Weekly Bulletin

Week of Monday, May 20 – Saturday, May 26, 2024

 

Attention Seniors!

The Fines & Fees List is posted outside the Bookkeeping Office.  If your name is on the list, you have outstanding fees that need to be paid ASAP.  If you have questions about your fees, check in with Mrs. Barker.

Remember if these fees are not paid by Noon on the 31st, you will NOT receive your diploma at graduation.

Please start turning in your items that have been checked out to you as soon as you are finished with them.

Check the list and check it often.  It will be updated as payments are made, or items are not returned.

 

All students if you borrowed a lock for your locker, please return it to the Main office, otherwise a $15 lock fine will be added to your fees.

 

All students who signed up for AP US History next year, there will be a meeting at lunch on Friday, May 31st in the Library. If you cannot make the meeting, please see Mr. Partridge in room 21.

 

Did you know Lewis & Clark Library cards are free and your parents don’t need to be there to get one? You just need your student ID!

The Lewis & Clark Library is a great place to hang out in the summer! They have air conditioning, a dedicated teens space with video games, puzzles, board games and more, and a coffee shop in the lobby. Looking for items to take home? There is a growing manga collection and video games you can check out. Your library card also gives you access to eBooks, audiobooks, music, movies, and magazines for no cost!

This summer, the library is hosting a variety of programs just for teens! Learn to crochet, spend a day at the Archie Bray Foundation; build robots; and check out the Youth Media Lab where you can produce podcasts, movies, and music!

Visit l-c-library dot org for details and to register for summer programs, or just come down and see them at the end of the walking mall.

 

The Fines & Fees List is posted outside the Bookkeeping Office.  If your name is on the list, you have outstanding fees that need to be paid ASAP.  If you have questions about your fees, check in with Mrs. Barker.

Remember if these fees are not paid by Noon on the 31st, you will NOT receive your diploma at graduation.

Please start turning in your items that have been checked out to you as soon as you are finished with them.

Check the list and check it often.  It will be updated as payments are made, or items are not returned.

 

Attention boys soccer players, an informational meeting will be held in Mr. Clinch’s room this Friday at lunch. Summer session plans and other program expectations will be shared. Please be there right at the start of lunch.

 

Calling all poets and lovers of poetry: There will be a poetry slam Thursday May 30th¬†at 4pm in the auditorium.¬† Sign up before Thursday with the QR code¬†from the posters or with your English teacher if you’d like to read a poem by you or another author.¬† The theme is storytelling.¬† Anyone is welcome to come enjoy poetry, snacks, and prizes!

 

Any Sophomores that will be taking AP Lang next year need to meet in the auditorium at lunch on Thursday, May 23rd to discuss summer assignment.

 

Yearbook Distribution will take place in the library foyer on Tuesday May 28th. Books can be picked up anytime between 2nd period and 3:45pm in the afternoon. Please get permission from the teacher if you miss class. Late passes will not be given out. You will need a photo id and proof of purchase card or receipt.

 

All students taking English 10 Honors next year need to check out their summer reading books in the library during lunch tomorrow Tuesday the 21st and Wednesday the 22nd.

 

Juniors registered for AP Lit next year need to meet in the library, during lunch on Wednesday May 29th for summer assignment.

 

Juniors and Seniors, University of Montana will be in the Career Center today, Monday, May 20th at lunch. Come check out what UM has to offer.

 

“We need more Link Leaders! If you are interested in being a Link Leader for Bruin Beginnings this fall, please see Mrs. Schlauch in the library. You must be a junior or senior NEXT year to sign up. If you have an application but have yet to return it to Mrs. Schlauch, please do so ASAP!”

 

This Friday, May 24 HOSA is sponsoring a Red Cross blood drive in the library conference room. You must be 16 to donate. If you are under 18, see Mr. Duncan in room 204 for a parental consent form. Look for our posters in the halls, they have a QR code to sign up for a donation time slot. You can also find the link in the Capital High HOSA Instagram bio. Give blood, save lives!