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Friday, January 24, 2020

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Today is a Blue Day - SS periods next Wednesday are 6 and 5

 

Pantry orders are ready for pickup in room 372. Get yours before dismissal

There will be a bus evacuation drill next Wednesday, January 29. The first five rows on the bus exit thru the front door, all others exit thru emergency exits on side and rear.

JROTC is hosting their annual Blood Drive on February 14th. Anyone over 16 is welcome to participate! Sign ups open today during lunch. 

JUNIORS! Want a paid internship for senior year?

Want to learn IT and professional skills? Genesys Works will be in the Career Center on January 29th during SS. 

Sign up on Student Nav or stop by the career center to reserve your seat!!

Hey teachers, the SOAR card boxes are looking a little empty.

  • We want to start a friendly competition amongst departments, so for the next 3 weeks, we will be tracking how many SOAR cards are given out within each department. 
  • Make sure to write the department name on the back of the cards for a chance to win a visit from the breakfast cart!

And now for your Seahawk sports update:

  • Congrats to the gymnastics team on their 2nd place finish in their last regular season meet last night. 
  • Special shoutout to Jordan Burnett on her 3rd place finish in the all around. Way to go girls!!
  • Amazing job to our varsity wrestlers who crushed Herndon with a 55-15 victory.  Special shoutouts to Thomas LaRow, Vincent Runion, Thomas Carney, Kevin Martin, Braden Hickman, Steven Otwell, Jason Bias, and Thomas Rowe with a nail biting victory!

Today in Seahawk sports:

The swim and dive takes on Herndon at the Herndon community center. 

Come out at 6:30 to support our swimmers at their senior night! Also, come out to Glory Days tonight at the North Point Village Center.  10% of all proceeds will go to the team!

All levels of boys and girls basketball teams play against Washington-Liberty. Boys are home and girls are away.

Good luck to all our Seahawk athletes.