Tuesday, May 2, 2017


Good afternoon students and staff, here are the announcements for Tuesday, May 2.

This Wednesday, at Lunchtime Career Talks, Bonnie Hartsuff will be presenting. Mrs. Hartsuff runs her own business as a programmer/analyst in the field of drug development for major pharmaceutical companies. She has an advanced degree in Biostatistics.  She utilizes her strong background in statistics, science and computers to service both corporations and government agencies.

Attention National Honor Society members.  Our next meeting is this Wednesday and we will be meeting in the library.

Attention all first trimester Hitler's Germany students: The holocaust memorial field trip is scheduled for May 16th.  Please come see Mrs. Learman for your permission slip and have it back by Friday May 5th so that you can attend.

There will be a bio club meeting this Wednesday before school at 7:40 in room 226. Please join us to discuss end of year activities and the Alumni Arbor planting.

Attention Alumni Arbor Liaisons.  Please check your email for important information from Mrs. Sinacola regarding next week's planting of the Alumni Arbor.

The lost and found items are now located on the 2 tables outside of the front office.  Please stop by and claim your items.  Unclaimed goods will be donated to Faith in Action after Friday.

Looking for part time employment?  A posting for administrative work, which may include filing, scanning, data entry, etc. has been added to the jobs board outside the counseling office.

If you are interested in traveling to Europe during the summer of 2018 the registration deadline is quickly approaching. Register before May 31st to reserve your spot and guarantee the current price.  Registration information is posted around the school or you can pick up a registration help sheet outside of room 232.  Please contact Ms. Bauermeister or Ms. Moffett with any questions.

The after-Prom party is alive and well May 13 from 10:00 P.M. to 2:00 A.M.  This is a TOTALLY FREE EVENT with free bowling, free food, door prizes, music and fun, all in one.  This event is open to all Chelsea students  grades 9-12 and will be held at the Chelsea Lanes.  For more information, see Mr. Slusser, Ms. Fillion, or Mr. Finger.

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