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JAN 23,  2019                                                                                 DAY 104 OF 180

STUARTS DRAFT HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

 

THE SCHEDULE FOR TODAY IS AS FOLLOWS:  STUDENTS ARE REMINDED LUNCHES ARE BASED ON YOUR 3rd BLOCK.

 

8:11   FIRST TONE

8:15 – 9:43      BLOCK 1

9:47 - 11:13    BLOCK 2

  11:17 - 11:47  COUGAR RETURN

11:51 - 1:42   BLOCK 3

 

11:47 - 12:11     FIRST LUNCH

Math and Science

  12:33 - 12:57     SECOND LUNCH

Business, English and Social Studies

1:18 - 1:42         THIRD LUNCH

               AG/TECH, Art, Foreign Language, Music, PE and FACS

 

1:46 - 3:12  FOURTH BLOCK

        



LUNCH CHOICE

 

Chili    or Egg Rolls

 

DATES TO REMEMBER

FEB 6th        -- Sophomore Class Ring Meeting (during Cougar Return)

FEB 11th/12th   Sophomore Class Ring orders (during lunches)

FEB 12th      -- Sophomore Class Ring parent night (after school until 6:00 pm)

                            FEB 18th -- NO SCHOOL - Parent/Teacher Conferences (11:00 am - 6:30 pm)

    MARCH 1st --      Sophomore Class Ring Make-Up order day (during lunches)

MARCH 8th --     2 hr early dismissal for students (Teacher Workday) - END OF 3rd GRADING PERIOD

APRIL 1st     -- Senior Cap/Gown delivery (during lunches)

MAY 8th      -- Sophomore Class Ring delivery day (during lunches)

MAY 13th    -- Sophomore Class Ring adjustments (during lunches)

STUDENTS:

TEACHERS

Mrs. Miller will be having tech sessions in the library during the first part of your planning today.



SCA students, please report to Mr. Robert’s room, #61,

during Cougar Return today!!!




Any student wanting to drive to school, please see Mrs. Coffey for your parking pass.  Cost is $25.00, and

the parking pass application is available in the office.






ATTENTION ALL SENIORS

 

Surveys will be sent to your emails regarding Senior Quotes and Superlatives.

You will have until January 28th to return both forms.

Please email Mrs. de Cheubell if you have any questions!!!



Seniors - if you are applying to Virginia Tech, have a strong desire to go there if you get in, and have at least a 3.8 GPA, then you could qualify for the Pamplin Leadership Award! If you are interested in applying, please pick up an application from Mrs. King in the counseling office!



WANT A CHANCE TO WIN CHICK FIL A OR BDUBS?

CHECK OUT THE STEM TRIVIA CHALLENGE ON THE BULLETIN BOARD OUTSIDE OF MRS. MIKELL’S ROOM.

WINNERS WILL BE PICKED MONTHLY, AND NEW QUESTIONS WILL GO UP EACH WEEK.

CLUB NEWS:

January 25 Homeroom/Club Group C

Group A

Sponsor

CAP

FBLA

FCCLA

French

Key Club

Partners SVS Org.

TRI - M

TSA

Brooks/J Carter/Blevins   Room #17

Tetto

K Floyd

Stump                                Room #29

Bugden/Welsh

Saplak/Sullivan               Room #54

Knappenberger

Burtner/Ham

Group B

Sponsor

CAP

Drama

NHS

Partners SVS Org.

SCA

Brooks/J Carter/Blevins    Room #17

Bussey                                Auditorium

Amador                              Cafeteria

Saplak/Sullivan                Room #54

Roberts                               Room #61

Group C

Sponsor

CAP

Chess

FFA

NAHS

SADD

Spanish

Soft Skill Sessions

Brooks/J Carter/Blevins      Room#17

Roberts                                Math Lab

Gray/Rider                          Room #1

Quesen./de Cheubell         Room#26

Crea                                       Library

Trotter                                   Room #32

Mikell, A                                Auditorium

 

SPORTS:

Congratulations to our Wrestling team who won against Buffalo Gap and Page last night!!!



Congratulations to our Varsity Girls & Boys Basketball teams who won against Buffalo Gap last night!!!



Good luck to our Forensics teams as they compete at Riverheads this evening!



Baseball conditioning is Thursday from

3:30 pm - 4:45 pm at South River.




 

  • Wednesday, January 23rd Forensics at Riverheads

 

 

 

  • Friday, January 25nd 5:30 pm JV & Varsity Boys Basketball vs SJHS

 

JV & Varsity Girls Basketball at SJHS



SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

DID YOU KNOW THE SDHS COUNSELING DEPARTMENT HAS THEIR OWN TWITTER ACCOUNT?  PLEASE FOLLOW THEM FOR IMPORTANT REMINDERS AND

INFORMATION @SDHSGuidance!




Are you interested in the Marine Corps? Are you 17 years old or older?  Do you want to be considered for a scholarship that could total up to $180,000? Are you able to complete physical tasks, such as pull ups, running, and crunches? Please see your school counselor for more information about the Marine Scholarship Program.





The Science Assessment for Shenandoah Valley Gov School applications will be Wednesday Jan. 30th at 2pm.  This is a requirement for the STEM program.






Another opportunity is to sign up for Spend a Days. You can shadow a student at SCGS and see what happens on a daily basis. See your school counselor to sign up. STEM days are: January 22, and January 25th.

Arts and Humanities days are: January 24th, and January 31st.






Augusta  Health is pleased to announce a Medical Career Explorers group.  It is a great way for high school students in grades 9-12 to learn about possible options when pursuing occupations in health care.  Knowledge is power, and the more knowledge one has about the field of health care, the better decisions one can make. Health care is an exploding career field, with innovations in recognition, prevention, and treatment of many illnesses.  Wellness is also an area to consider, which uses a different philosophy than treating the condition after it arises. Salaries and job opportunities are attractive and often scholarships are available for eligible students.

We meet the second Tuesday of each month from 6:30 to 7:30 at Augusta Health Main Lobby.   Each meeting has a guest speaker from a different health care field. We would love to have you join us!    Note: there is a $24 fee per year and a short form you need to fill out. These can be taken care of at your first meeting.  We look f

For directions please email Joyce Rathfon at Augusta Health.  jrathfon@augustahealth.com

 

HEALTH CARE CAREER EXPLORERS GROUP - 2018-2019 Schedule  (subject to change)   

Feb 12, 2019 Personal Trainer Eddie Wallace

Mar 12, 2019   General Practice Dr. Grey

April 9, 2019   Wheelchair prescription WWRC

May 14, 2019 Psychiatric

COLLEGE VISITS:

 

All college visits are held during Cougar Return and is open for all Juniors & Seniors.  This is an excellent opportunity for all interested students to ask questions and learn more about the application process, student life, courses for students and much more!!  This is also an excellent way to make the great first impression on the admissions counselors of the college you are interested in applying to.

Students must request a pass from Mrs. Halterman in the Counseling Office to attend the visit.  Passes are to be requested the week prior to the visit and NO passes will be issued the day of the visit.

All College Visits are posted on the School Activities Calendar on the School WebPage.

 

UPCOMING VISITS – OPEN TO JUNIORS AND SENIORS:




DETENTION    Begins at 3:15  and runs until 4:00 pm      No Detention on Mondays and Fridays.

 

  1. Stump, Laura (Room #29) January 23 and January 24
  2. Mikell, Martha (Room #46) January 29 and January 30
  3. Bugden, Drew (Room #69) January 31 and February 5