Good Morning Bobcats! Today is Tuesday, December 7, 2021
Today is Tuesday and today’s PRIDE rhyme is about Respect. Exams are coming up and you may feel like you’ll go belly-up! But do not fret and have no sweat. John has a rhyme to inspire and save the time.
Tuesday – Reflect and Introspect. Thrive with Respect!
Join us in the courtyard on Friday morning at 7am for Morning Music – Winter Edition! This is our first time ever having winter morning music.
FCA meets on Friday during lunches in the TEL studio, club participants get pizza.
Shout out to VPA Actors for their Superior Rating at Friday’s One-Act festival, with a special congratulations to All-Star Emilee M.
Shout out to wrestlers Sean-Michael and Dominic. Both were team MVP’s going 8-0 over the weekend in wins against Mariner, Ida Baker, Cannon, and Fort Myers.
We are excited to announce the senior superlative winners for the Class of 2022.
Most changed since freshman year : Andrew Johnson and Cameron Daniels
Most school spirit : John Fish and Joel Thame
Everyone’s Best friend : Nolan Stilwell-Carroll and London Buckley
Hardest worker : Joey French and Evan Bertis-Sample
Most Likely to win an Olympic medal : Kayleigh Soler and Teage Elsey
Biggest videogame nerd : Steel Hodges and Ethan Boor
Most compliments on attire : Audrey Popovich and Caylan Daniels
One who makes others smile : Alexis McRae and Fernando Meija
First one to be a millionaire : Caleb Kiesel and Paige McKay
Most Likely to Stay Friends : Francisco Hernandez and Jarrell Shindell as well as Mikayla Thomas and Vianna Mathena
Winners, please watch your school email for scheduling information.
The Grinch will be showing in the PAC on December 21 at 11:30am. Cost is 2 food items for the food drive OR $2.
For the month of December, HOSA is hosting a Sock Drive for the Charlotte County Homeless Coalition. You can help by stopping by room 5-102 to drop off an unopened package of socks until the 16th of December. Any size will do and make sure to put your first period teacher’s name and room number on a sticky note attached to the bag. The top selling class will get a donut breakfast provided by HOSA on December 17th
Top selling class wins a donut breakfast!
Bring socks to 5-102 with first period teacher name & room attached before December 16th.
Key club is collecting toys for a toy drive. There will be 2 boxes in each building. Please have all toys in by December 14th in the following classes:
Ms. Stringer, Ms. Mckelvy, Ms.Backstrom, Ms. Kennedy, Ms. Thomas, Ms. Hunt, Ms. Foust, Ms. Hamer
The Coexistence Club Food Drive continues as well. Donations may be dropped off at Mr. Mannino’s room 8-204. We will deliver donations before Christmas.
You can buy a unique, handmade ceramic holiday ornament for just $3. See Ms. DuBois in room 2-118 or any member of National Art Honor Society. Ornaments will be on sale through December 17. Proceeds go to the Memory Project. You can also request your own custom design for $5.
There will be a softball meeting Thursday 12/9 in trailer 46 after school. Bring your completed paperwork if you need help uploading it to your account. We will go over open field dates and tryouts. If you have any questions see Coach Lowy or Coach Martinez.
Poetry club meeting is rescheduled to Wednesday 12/8 after school in room 8-114 after school. Join us for sweet treats and creativity!
Fishing club will be this Wednesday after school. Please bring your equipment to fish in the pond out back. Meet Mr. Schenk at the office.
Every Monday through Thursday, there is peer and teacher-led tutoring in the Media Center, or sign up for the late bus by 2:30.
SWAT Club meets on Tuesday at 6:45am in Ms. Stringer’s room.
Academic Olympics meets on Tuesday after school in Mr. Foust’s room 7-215.
Anime Club meets on Wednesday after school in Ms. Dugan’s room 8-214.
K-Pop Club meets on Thursday after school in Mr. Mayer’s room 5-101.
SAT/ACT Prep meets on Thursday after school in Mrs. Deal’s room 8-205.
North Port Works, North Port Wins, Have a Great Day! Go Bobcats!