April 16, 2015
AP PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS: If you have not yet paid for the AP test fee, please do so this week. Your check for $91 should be made payable to the high school.
ICE CREAM FOR C’S OR BETTER!! On Friday, ice cream will be provided at lunch to all students who can show Mrs. Paxton all C’s or better on their third quarter progress reports.
Co-op Swim Team: Any girls interested in joining the high school swim team co-op should attend an informational meeting at Metamora High School’s library on Wednesday, April 29, at 7:00 pm. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Morrison on the Metamora High School website.
Prom / Post Prom Meeting
Friday – April 17, 2015
Homeroom – in Gym
If you are attending Prom / Post Prom
you must attend the meeting.
Library–If you think you might need to have the library borrow a book for you from another library still this year, please submit requests by 4/27 at the latest.
Many new books have come in the past week including several of next year’s Abe Lincoln Award titles. The newest titles that are not ‘Abes’ are next to the checkout desk while the newest Abes will be on their display on top of the short book case by the media lab.
Orders for yearbook are due to Mr. St. Pierre by 4/20!
Permission slips for the physics and calculus field trip are due this Friday.
College & Career Information from Mrs. Paxton, RBHS Guidance Counselor
ATTENTION SENIOR ATHLETES: Mrs. Paxton has added information about an athletic scholarship to the guidance page/financial aid. This is a $1000 scholarship for athletes who have participated in at least one sport for min of three years, earned a minimum GPA of 3.0, and kept a good attendance record. See Mrs. Paxton for the application. THE DUE DATE IS APRIL 17!
We hope you will invite your promising sophomore students to attend a University of Illinois College Night – in Bloomington (May 5), Collinsville (May 12), Matteson (May 13), Elgin (May 14), or Chicago (May 19) – where University staff will talk with students and parents about planning for college: It’s Never Too Early! Find details of the events at these five Illinois locations at www.uaps.uillinois.edu/sophomore-events/.
Admissions, financial aid, and student affairs staff from the Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, and Springfield campuses will be there to talk with students and parents about early planning for college, student life, housing options, choosing a major, honors programs, campus clubs, athletics, arranging for campus visits or tours, and financial aid options.
The due date for yearbook orders has been extended to April 20, 2015.
To order online go to yearbookcenter.com, use 3017 for the school number when requested.
April 6, 2015
The Reading Rockets Book Club will have its first post spring break meeting this Wednesday, April 8th in the library’s media lab during lunch. As always, we will simply discuss what each member is reading at the moment and the meeting will take place during lunch in the media lab (enter by door next to vending machines). Attendance is voluntary-you can come to a meeting even if you haven’t before and you are not obligated to come to more meetings (though it wouldn’t be discouraged!). See Mr. Atteberry about the Cel.ly text reminder program if interested.
Due to the fact that it has been over a week since anyone has signed up for lunch, here is the menu for today: regular is chicken strips and ala carte is cheese pizza.
Mr. Flier thanks Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Paxton, Mrs. Lansford, Mr. Severson and Mr. Atteberry for their assistance with National Honor Society induction. Thanks, too, to Mr. Gross for his technical assistance and to Mrs. Eckstein for ensuring a fine induction dinner.
Congratulations to Student Council on a successful Red Cross blood drive! Thanks to everyone who came to donate!