Friday, May 19, 2017

Be Respectful by driving carefully and parking in the correct parking places.   

Vote for Student Council positions! You can vote in your 2nd period class during homeroom. Today is the last day to vote.  If you are absent or do not have a 2nd period class, you can vote in the foyer at lunch today.

Are you finding the hot weather unbearable? Do you need a way to cool down? Student Council is selling Otter Pops at lunch! Look for us in the main foyer where you can buy an Otter Pop for just 50 cents!

Don’t go hungry in the evenings or over weekends and breaks.  If you need help with food, please see your counselor. 

If you are taking AP European History next year, or are interested in taking AP European History next year – please meet with Ms. Pierce in room 22 at lunch today. Get more information about the course, summer homework, and hear from previous AP European History students.

Link Crew Leaders—if you have not turned in your application for helping with Bruin Beginnings yet, please do so today.  If you want to help with Bruin Beginnings, you can pick up an application right outside Room 104.  This is the last day to turn in completed applications!

Any girls track participant who is not competing at Divisionals and has not yet turned in their gear should see Coach McMahon between 3:15 – 4:00 this week and do so.

The Reps baseball team will host Anaconda in a double header on Sunday and all Capital High students and staff are invited to attend for free.  You will need to show a Capital High student/staff ID to get in.

Helena Brewers Baseball is hosting a job fair on Saturday at Kindrick Legion Field from 9 to 11 am.  They are hiring for all Game-day positions.

There will be a meeting at lunch next Wednesday in Room G1 for anyone interested in summer running for Girls Cross Country.

Boys Track and Field Athletes who have not turned in their uniforms, please do so after school. Mr. Lon Carter will be in the athletic locker room.

Students interested in taking AP Language and Composition/English III as juniors next year need to come to Room 112 on Tuesday at lunch to learn about the summer assignment. If you cannot make the meeting, please see Ms. Leaphart or Mr. Ward.

Activities for the Week:

Thurs.-Fri.                           State AA Tennis                          Kalispell—FVCC

Fri.-Sat.                               Divisional Track & Field             Kalispell