Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Happy birthday to the following people who have birthdays this week:
Sunday, February 28: Jaelynn Adams
February 29: Allison Beavers
Monday, March 1: Abigail Beard, Cora Holloway, Dylan Kaszynski
Tuesday, March 2: Lyan Gonzalez, Joseph Gress, Mrs. Fanti
Wednesday, March 3: Marley Crabbe, Eliana Delgado, Christian Garcia, Sage Keen
Thursday, March 4: Arianna Alfaro
Friday, March 5: Joshua Ashfield
Saturday, March 6: Aiden Angelini, Adam Bakr, Sabrianna Hight
With the time of turbulent weather approaching, we will be engaging in a state-wide tornado drill today at 10:00 am. Listen closely to the following directions:
- Silence during the drill is necessary so that announcements or sirens can be heard easily. When the alarm sounds, students are to leave their rooms as directed by their teacher. Everyone should move to the lowest level of each building. Line up against the wall or lockers, sit and remain absolutely quiet. If a tornado is eminent another announcement will be made. At this point students should sit on their knees and place their hands on the back of their heads. The signal for a tornado drill is a continuous siren sounded over the intercom. Regardless of where you may be, if the alarm sounds and you do not know where to go, move to the lowest level of the building. Stay away from windows and stay there until the all clear is announced. Remember your life or the lives of your friends could well depend on your absolute silence during the drill.
- Thank you for your cooperation.
Attention all students, the final day to make changes to your next year schedule is today, Tuesday, March 2. If you have not finalized your schedule or wish to make a change, contact your counselor immediately, or a schedule will be finalized for you.
For those students that were unable to attend the high scholarship ceremony you may pick up your award at the greeter’s desk. The greeter’s desk is open 6:30 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 6:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Friday.
Writing Club will have a virtual meeting on Thursday, March 4 at 1 PM. Join through the meeting link on the Writing Club Google Classroom page.
Attention seniors: There is a new scholarship posted under miscellaneous scholarships on the lphs.net website called Hepner-Watts 4-H Scholarship. Applicants must be a current 4-H member and have been at least a 5 year member of LaSalle County 4-H.
The American Association of University Women is posted under the Illinois Valley scholarships. They are offering two $1000 scholarships. For a list of the qualifications, stop in the Counseling office.
Attention all students: The Humans of Dementia Storytelling Contest was recently posted under the Illinois Valley scholarships on the lphs.net website. All you need to do is profile someone who is living with or someone who has passed from Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia using written or photo storytelling. Deadline is April 22.
Any senior who has completed at least 6 semesters in social science is eligible for the Bertusi Award and may pick up an application for the award from Mr. Woods in room 124. The deadline to return the application is March 13th. The test will be taken on Tuesday, March 30th at 1:30 in room 128.
Attention Seniors, if you received A’s both semesters in US History or Honors US History you are eligible to take a comprehensive examination in American History to determine a winner for the Knights of Columbus Award. The test will be given in Room 128 at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 6th. Check your school email for more information.
Here’s the quote of the day by Ellen Glasgow: “What happens is not as important as how you react to what happens.”