Announcements | September 6th

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STAFF COLLABORATION DAY 8


 

West After School Theatre & Thespian Troupe #4238 Present “Once Upon a FairyTale The Real Story of Humpty Dumpty,” Thurs Sept 12 at 7pm Free with ID, glow sticks $2,Adults $3 Special Youth PerformanceFriday Sept 13, 1:30 p.m.


 

The PSAT is a Pre-SAT test that is open to sophomores and juniors who would like to prepare for the SAT and ACT college admissions tests. Students who wish to participate in the National Merit Scholarship Competition must take this test their junior year in order to compete. Students may register for this test by bringing $17 to the Main Office. They will complete a registration form and receive a practice test booklet at that time. The deadline to register is September 25.


 

Art Club will meet Weds, Sept 11 at 3:30 in Rm 612.


 

Sophomore Senate will have its first meeting Monday, Sept 9 at 7:20 am in Room 144. We will be selecting officers, so attendance is important! Please see Ms. Frank with any questions.


 

As we all know homecoming is not too far away. The Thunderbeat is looking for students who would like to be filmed asking their significant other (or likely candidate for that position) to the homecoming dance. A collage of all of the different ‘asks’ will be posted onthethunderbeat.com shortly before homecoming. If you are interested please see Morgan Keith or Mr. Stueve in room 426.


 

Freshmen Senate will meet in room 115 at 7:20 Tuesdaymorning. Please email or talk to Mrs. Brewer if you can’t make the meeting.


 

There will be an FBLA meeting Monday at 6:15 pm in the small cafeteria.


 

An ACT Prep class will be offered at Bellevue West from Sept 20-Oct 17 during GPS. The September class is only open to seniors who are planning to take the ACT on Oct 26. Seniors can sign up in the counseling office and space is limited. Please see Mrs. Minahan if you have any questions.


 

Juniors and Seniors: If you are currently serving in an elected or appointed capacity in student government, civic, or an educational organization, you may be eligible to apply for the Hearst Foundation Scholarship. Students selected for this program must take a qualifying exam and if selected would participate in the United States Senate Youth Program which would include a week in Washington DC. See Mrs. Britten in the office for an application.The deadline to apply is Oct 4.


 

All grade 9-12 boys interested in playing basketball this year need to report to a mandatory meeting Weds, Sept 11 in the small cafeteria immediately after school. Please do not stop at your locker but proceed directly to small cafeteria.


 

Skills USA will meet on Wednesday Sept 11 at 730 am in room 617.


 

West After School Theatre & Thespian Troupe #4238 Present “Once Upon a FairyTale The Real Story of Humpty Dumpty,” Thurs Sept 12 at 7pm Free with ID, glow sticks $2,Adults $3 Special Youth PerformanceFriday Sept 13,1:30 p.m. Bring your little brothers and sisters