SHS Daily Announcements

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    Tuesday, March 2
    • Rotary Interact meeting via Zoom today at 3:00 pm. Please join us to learn about upcoming community service events. See Ms. Fitzsimons in room 145 for more details.

    • Attention All Seniors: The General Scholarship Application and Activity Resume must be submitted in the Class of 2021 Commencement, Scholarship, & End of Year Google Classroom by Monday, March 8th no later than 2:35 pm. Please note that late applications will not be considered by the High School Scholarship Committee. If you have questions please email, call, or stop by the counseling office for assistance.

    • Mr. Metzger and Rachel would like to thank everyone who voted on our octopus' new name. The winning name was Janet! You raised $80 for our favorite girl, and the money will go to tools for her development. Please continue to visit the Wet Lab throughout the year and see all the animals, including Bruno, the Most Handsome Fish in the World!

    • Key Club meeting this Wednesday at 3 pm on Zoom. Anyone interested in being of service to the community is welcome to attend. Please join us.
    Monday, March 1
    • Key Club meeting this Wednesday at 3 pm on Zoom. Anyone interested in being of service to the community is welcome to attend. Please join us.
    Friday, February 26
    • As we finished our last wrestling match, the coaches would like to congratulate our student athletes on completing a season with so many unique challenges. Over the season, each of our competing wrestlers made the commitment to adhere to and follow a strict guideline that was laid out by the Department of Health along with the County legislatures, just like all of our high-risk sports this added an extra layer of protection for all involved. Without realizing the precedence being set, they showcased that we could safely return to wrestling room as long as well did the little things to make it happen. As coaches we are extremely proud of all of their accomplishments and would like to recognize their efforts. Congratulations to our competing members: Hudson Fox, Johan Montero, Adrian Gonzalez, Cody Aliakseyeu, Sawyer Boyd, Brandon Mendez. Finally, we would like to send off our lone senior. Lusi Tlapanco. His leadership to a very young group did not go unnoticed. We want to thank you for your commitment to being an outstanding example for our students-athletes. We especially want to wish you the best of luck moving forward and know that there is only good things ahead for you. Welcome to the Mariner Alumni Club! Coach Tenety, Byars and Moses.

    • Applications for Tri-M, the international music honor society, are due by this Friday, February 26th. They must be submitted to Mrs. Caine NO LATER THAN 2:15 pm on Friday. Due to COVID, completed applications may be mailed, hand-delivered, or emailed to Mrs. Caine. All applications were mailed to music students in grades 10-12 back in January. Please make sure that you meet all the necessary qualifications that are listed in the application before submitting it.

    • Mr. Metzger and the oceanography team are pleased to announce a naming contest for our newest and so far only 8-armed addition to the wet lab! Come on up for a visit, and while you're there, you can vote on a name for the cutest creature since Baby Yoda. There will be 4 jars each with a different name on them. Just drop coins or bills into the jar that contains the name you like most. The jar with the most money by this Friday will be the name chosen. All proceeds will be going to the program to support these beautiful creatures. Vote early and often!

    • 10th and 11th grade Chromebooks will be distributed this week in PE class. Please bring your iPad, cube and cord to PE class to swap out. Check your email for specific details.
    Thursday, February 25
    • Applications for Tri-M, the international music honor society, are due by this Friday, February 26th. They must be submitted to Mrs. Caine NO LATER THAN 2:15 pm on Friday. Due to COVID, completed applications may be mailed, hand-delivered, or emailed to Mrs. Caine. All applications were mailed to music students in grades 10-12 back in January. Please make sure that you meet all the necessary qualifications that are listed in the application before submitting it.

    • Mr. Metzger and the oceanography team are pleased to announce a naming contest for our newest and so far only 8-armed addition to the wet lab! Come on up for a visit, and while you're there, you can vote on a name for the cutest creature since Baby Yoda. There will be 4 jars each with a different name on them. Just drop coins or bills into the jar that contains the name you like most. The jar with the most money by this Friday will be the name chosen. All proceeds will be going to the program to support these beautiful creatures. Vote early and often!

    • 10th and 11th grade Chromebooks will be distributed this week in PE class. Please bring your iPad, cube and cord to PE class to swap out. Check your email for specific details.
     
    Wednesday, February 24
    • Key Club meeting this Wednesday at 3 pm on Zoom. Anyone interested in being of service to the community is welcome to attend. Please join us.

    • 10th and 11th grade Chromebooks will be distributed this week in PE class. Please bring your iPad, cube and cord to PE class to swap out. Check your email for specific details.

    • Mr. Metzger and the oceanography team are pleased to announce a naming contest for our newest and so far only 8-armed addition to the wet lab! Come on up for a visit, and while you're there, you can vote on a name for the cutest creature since Baby Yoda. There will be 4 jars each with a different name on them. Just drop coins or bills into the jar that contains the name you like most. The jar with the most money by this Friday will be the name chosen. All proceeds will be going to the program to support these beautiful creatures. Vote early and often!

    • Applications for Tri-M, the international music honor society, are due by this Friday, February 26th. They must be submitted to Mrs. Caine NO LATER THAN 2:15 pm on Friday. Due to COVID, completed applications may be mailed, hand-delivered, or emailed to Mrs. Caine. All applications were mailed to music students in grades 10-12 back in January. Please make sure that you meet all the necessary qualifications that are listed in the application before submitting it.

    • The following outside scholarships are available in the Counseling Office:
      • Jack and Jill of America Suffolk County Chapter is offering scholarships to students of African Ancestry who exhibit an exemplary commitment to serving their communities. Applications must be postmarked by April 1, 2021. 
      • The Links, Incorporated Scholarship is available to African American Seniors who are eligible to apply for the scholarship. Applications must be received by April 16, 2021.
      • The Island Drafting & Technical Institute is offering a scholarship program for students attending this school who are in the Computer Aided Drafting and Design or Electronic and Computer Service Technology program. An application is available in the Counseling Office.