Daily Morning Announcements
Thursday, September 22nd, and today is a RED Day
Check email daily and the Canvas Lunch & Learn page, as several meetings and activities begin this week. If you need teacher support, remember to check the Learn schedule for availability and go, get help. Remember … BE RESPONSIBLE, BE RESPECTFUL, BE ENGAGED & BE SAFE.
Hopefully over the last three days of Club Rush Week, students had a chance to check out the various ways you can get involved. Consider doing something outside of your comfort zone, meet new people, add to your resume and make new friends doing something you enjoy.
Hatters, today Marywood University will be here during Learn #1 and Providence College will be here for Learn #2 to meet you! At Marywood, you can major in architecture, Aviation management, Pilot Operations and Music & Art Therapy. Providence College just launched a new school of nursing. You’ll also probably see them on your March Madness bracket too. Sign up in Naviance and come to the SSC to learn more! Fun fact – Mrs. Ryan in the guidance office is a proud Providence College Friar!
Seniors, on Wednesday, Oct. 12th, more than 10 colleges & universities are ready to instantly admit you on the spot! Want more details? Check your email and see Mrs. Soricelli with any questions.
All Advanced Placement students – the registration for AP exams is now open. Students are reminded that you register in Total Registration to pay for the exam and register, and in College Board to secure your exam.
National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain and Latin America. Did you know … de Muertos is the result of the blending of Spanish and Meso-American traditions. The Aztecs believed death was a part of life and would leave the dead offerings on an altar. The Spanish left food and wine to help the dead find their way back to their living loved ones. Today, Mexicans leave food and drink offerings on an altar on the Day of the Dead celebrations in the belief that the spirits and the living can interact on this important day. THE MORE YOU KNOW …
The first rehearsal for Jazz Band will occur TODAY after school. We look forward to seeing you.
Good Luck to all our student-athletes and coaches
The boys cross country team went to Upper Dublin and spoiled their senior day. Hatters finished in 5 of the top 6 places with captains Brian , Wil Canney and Lance Hartman leading to the upset of the previously undefeated Cardinals. The final score was 19-36. Hatters are 2-1 in SOL competition. The team will travel to Hershey on Saturday to take part in the PIAA Foundation Invitational.
The golf team takes on Wissahickon today in a home match
and girls’ soccer in action today against Tennent. Girls will be home tonight at 7, while the boys will be away after school.
The volleyball team takes on Upper Dublin in an away match at 5