Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Friday, May 1.
A few words from Chelsea's Student's Leading Students Group.....
Don’t become a statistic! According the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Traffic Safety Facts, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for 15-20 year old drivers. Act responsibly. Pay attention to the road and your surroundings, don’t drink and drive, and leave the cell phone alone.
Among 15-20 year old drivers involved in fatal crashes, 32% of the drivers who were killed had been drinking and 26% who were killed in crashes had a Blood alcohol Content of .08 or higher. (NHTSA) Keep in mind that every life counts. Don’t get into a car with someone who has been drinking, take away the keys of the individual, and get help for the individual who has been drinking. Remember “Friends don’t let friends drive drunk.”
For those attending prom on Saturday, you WILL NOT need to bring your invitation with you to prom. We have a master list of attendees and you will be checked in by that list. For those of you who still need your invitation, we are finishing them and you will have them very soon. We have a list of those students who still need to receive theirs. Any questions, send an email to Mrs. Bareis.
Attention all NHS Seniors: please pay your dues by May 6th to Mrs. Holmes or Maegen Hopkins. They are $15.00 and required for graduation cords.
Attention seniors! Would you like to win $100? Then submit your wills and misses to the Bleu Print for this year's senior magazine and be entered to win! The deadline is May16th and they can be submitted through the Bleu Print app or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a World Language Club meeting, May 6 at 740a in Mr. Forsberg’s room. This will be the last meeting of the year. Bagels and beverages will be provided. Everyone is welcome!
Come join Ultimate Frisbee Club this Friday and Sunday from 3-5 at the Pierce Lake fields. We've added Sunday so people with spring sports can join us. Bring a light and dark colored shirt, water, and a frisbee if you have one. All skill levels are welcome! If you have any questions see Ian Brinklow or Nic Arons.