Thursday, October 30, 2014



 
CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS
10/30/14
STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS:     

Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Thursday, October 30.

Got a friend or family member who can’t make it to the big football game on Friday?  They can keep up with all the action on the Prep Zone on FoxSportsDetroit.com.

A reminder for students planning to enter the VFW’s Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition, the deadline is this Friday.  You must submit your application and audio cd to Mrs. Weber in the Counseling Office no later than 3:30 p.m. Friday, October 31st.  For more information stop by the Counseling Office.

The senior pictures for the yearbook are due no later than November 1.  E-mail them to chelseahsyearbook@gmail.com.  If you have any questions see Claire Tucker or Shivani Rana.

Also, seniors, if you are ordering the class panoramic photograph, please do so by Oct. 31 either online or by mail.

Lastly for seniors, if you haven't yet, please complete the graduation survey sent to your school email by Mr. Kapolka. It is due by Nov. 1.

Attention all sophomores! Please sell those magazines! If everyone can sell 3, our class can make $5000. The money goes towards our senior class gifts, prom, the prom party, and senior flowers. If you are able to sell 5, you have an opportunity to draw for cash after orders are done. The due date for orders is November 4th. Please turn them into Mrs. Hugg in room 214.

There will be a modern Magic: The Gathering on Saturday, November 1st from 1:00 to 5:00 PM in the commons area. The entry fee is $10 at the door and $9 if you pre-register. If you get a friend to pre-register, you get a free booster pack. Bring money to Patrick Koval for pre-registration.

Students in the Intro to Programming class have completed some awesome games for you to play.  Stop by room 303 during all lunches on Friday to check them out.

There will be a World Language Club meeting Wednesday, November 5th at 7:45 am in Mr. Forsberg's room (130). We will continue arranging the Global Festival at MSU.

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