Broken Dreams reflections for today:
“I learned that I should appreciate how much my parents care about me.”
“I learned that I have many peers who could have been killed in a drunk driving accident.”
Hola! The Spanish National Honor Society will be holding a "Cinco de Mayo" celebration in the cafeteria on Thursday, May 3rd from 5:30-7:30 PM. Come join us for food, piñatas, music, dancing, and prizes. Tickets will be sold for $3 at lunch starting Monday.
Applications for Boys and Girls State are available in the School Counseling Office. Please see Dr. LaRochelle.
Unified Theater resumes this Wednesday at 2:10pm in Room 145. Please be prompt. Any newcomers are warmly welcomed.
Yoga club will meet today after school in the Chorus room. All are welcome!
There will be a meeting for Mind's Eye Literary Magazine on Wednesday and Thursday after school in the auditorium.
Come see the spring comedy - a new play presented this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium - it's called “Genie-ology” and should be mad funny. Buy tickets during lunch waves - five bucks a student, ten for adults.
Reminder to all High School Buddies--please remember to meet Mrs. Quinn and Mrs. Wolff in the Wapping School lobby today at 2:10pm before working with the children. We will be collecting permission slips for Consumer Town and Eastern CT. State University.
Seniors! We are producing the senior video and need photos and video clips of your high school years. We need sports, summer, prom, school life, and anything that would be appropriate for your senior video. Please send us photos or videos that could be used in the senior video. This is your chance to contribute to the memories DVD. Bring your images or videos to Room 10 or see any Journalism student.
The Zebra Cup is coming up! This student/faculty tennis tournament will be held on Thursday, May 10th after school and all proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. If you'd like to participate, please see Mrs. Belval in Room 204 for a permission slip to be returned by May 4th.
Please help improve the lives of dogs, cats and other animals in local shelters. Your donations to the Connecticut Humane Society of pet toys, new or gently used blankets and towels, large garbage bags, Tupperware bins and treats will make a huge difference to these animals. These items can be dropped off at Room 125 until May 11th.
-The boys’ volleyball team won against Wethersfield on Friday 3-1. Connor Grothe and Carson Goodale each played great games. The 5-3 Bobcats take on Rockville today.
-The girls' varsity lacrosse team beat RHAM and lost to Londonderry (NH) this past weekend. Auna Harvey, Sierra Hibbs, and Olivia Singer scored their first varsity goals. The team plays again at home on Tuesday at 4pm.