• CRIMESTOPPERS:          Call Crimestoppers if you have any information about a crime or theft - 309-3820.  All calls are confidential and rewards may be given for    information on thefts and other crimes. 

    ACTIVITIES:                   Morning Dept. & PLC Meetings – dept. chair’s room – 7 a.m.

                                                    Comic Book Club – Room 212 – 3 p.m.

                                                    V Track @ McPherson – 3 p.m.

                                                    V/JV Baseball vs Newton – Dean Evans/Matson Fields – 4 p.m.

                                                    G V/JV Soccer @ Newton – 5 p.m.

                                                    Boys Basketball Open Gym – Upper & Lower Gyms – 7:30 to 9 p.m.

                                                    Spring Play - “John Lennon & Me” - Auditorium – 7 p.m.

     

    EARLY RELEASE:          Track – Release at 12:45

                                                    Baseball players and managers – Release at 2:00 p.m.

     

    MENU FOR TODAY:      Pancake & sausage on a stick, hash brown potato wedge, ketchup & syrup, fresh strawberries

    Salina High School South’s theatre department is proud to present John Lennon & Me, by Cherie Bennett. Performances are April 26, 27, and 28, 2018, at 7pm in the Salina High School South theatre. General admission seating. Advanced tickets are - Adults-$7, Senior Citizens/Military-$6, Students/Youth - $5. Tickets available at the door or online at www.salinasouththeatre.com.

     

    Best wishes to cast and crew of JOHN LENNON & ME on opening night tonight! Break a leg!

     

     

    SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS cast/crew – There will be a brief meeting TODAY after school in the vocal room for those interested in going to the Jester Awards.

     

    The results are in and these are the elected members of Student Council and each class for next school year.

     

    Student Council President - Taylor Davison

    Chairman of Rules and Values - Seth Thompson

    Chairman of Community Involvement - Emily Allen

    Chairman of Activities - Kati Rivera

    Student Council Secretary - Hope Schuman

    Sophomore Class President - Reese Altman

    Vice  President - Devon Junghans

    Secretary - Lizzy Franco

    Treasurer - Lauren Davison

    Junior Class President - Santiago Vasquez

    Vice President - Peyton Froome

    Secretary - Ethan Elam

    Treasurer - Ethan Sankey

    Senior Class President - Luke Streit

    Vice President - Keetan Munsell

    Secretary - Karter Granzella

    Treasurer - Aracely Nieto

     

     

    There will be an informational meeting for all boys soccer players in Room 2215 at 9:45 a.m., Friday, April 27.  All Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors need to attend.  We will discuss summer conditioning and expectations for next year.

     

    Any seniors planning to sign with a college on May 9, please see Mrs. Henoch in the main office so she can add you to the list.

     

    Students you should have received a green pre-enrollment form in your 4th Quarter Progress Report that was mailed home.  Please visit with your parents about your classes for next year and contact your counselor ASAP if any changes need to be made. 

     

    Last chance to order your 2018 yearbook!  Regular yearbooks are $65 and personalized yearbooks are $71. You can purchase online through Rev-Trak or with Mrs. Bennett in the main office. Extras will not be ordered so order yours today.  Deadline is Monday, April 30! Keep in mind that these yearbooks will not be ready for pick up until September 2018.

    For Project Salina this year, we are having a competition between ELO-A’s to see who can collect the most macaroni & cheese or monetary donations.  The winning ELO-A will get a prize and bragging rights! We are also having a competition between clubs.  That winning group will also get a prize! Competition ends May 2 at 3:00 p.m.!

     

    Class of 2018: Students may pick up CTE pathway cord(s) for graduation during ELO or after school in the Career Center, Room 2204G. If you borrow cords for graduation, you will need to return your cord(s) immediately following the graduation ceremony. Mrs. Kohn and Mr. Chrisman will be positioned near the stage to exchange your cords for your diploma.

     

    Auditions for next year’s New Dawn Singers will be Wednesday, May 2. See Mr. Creer in the vocal room for details.

     

    Chromebook check in - Senior check-in dates are May 7 and 8 and Grades 9-11 are May 14 and 15

     

    Attention Seniors:  Before you graduate, please let Mrs. Billings know the college you will be attending in the fall.  She cannot send a transcript without your consent. We also have extra graduation announcements available for $2 each! See Mrs. Bennett in the main office.

     

    STUDENTSPlease be sure all fees and fines are paid by April 30.  See Mrs. Bennett in the main office if you have any questions or need to know your balance. 

     

    Class of 2019!  Mandatory meetings must be attended if you have enrolled in any internship for next year.  Failure to attend the meeting may result in your being removed from the class.  If you are unable to attend this meeting, it is your responsibility to see Mrs. Kohn in the Career Center Room 2204 H for the information. Any applications for the 2018-19 Internship Programs that are not returned complete by Friday, MAY 11 will result in the applicant being dropped from the internship program for next year.

                    Medical Internships                                                            Tuesday, May 1     9:30-10:00         Auditorium

                    Culinary Internships                                                           Tuesday, May 1   10:00-10:30         Auditorium

                    Career or Career and Community Internships               Tuesday, May 1   10:30-10:56         Auditorium

                   

    The University of Kansas, School of Pharmacy is offering four two-day camps for students to learn more about the pharmacy profession and to get a taste of what pharmacy school is like at the KU School of Pharmacy summer camp.  The camps are open to high school students entering their junior or senior year or college students beginning their freshman year in the fall.  Further information can be found at the following link:   http://pharmacy.ku.edu/summer-camp

     

    High school students interested in law enforcement have the opportunity this summer to see what law enforcement training and careers are like through the Cadet Law Enforcement Academy program June 10-June 15, 2018. Participants experience classroom instruction, and the real-world activities of a trooper. In order for a student to be eligible to attend Cadet Law, students must be in the summer between their Junior and Senior years of high school,  have a minimum "C+" academic average, and be deemed medically fit to participate in all activities. For more information, contact the American Legion at (785) 232-9315 for an application.  There is no cost to the cadet, but there is a $300 sponsorship fee by the local American Legion Post or American Legion Auxiliary Post. Lodging, food, and uniform are provided for the week. http://www.ksamlegion.org/page/content/programs/cadet-law-enforcement-academy

    Positive Behavior Quarterly Celebration

    Students will be able to participate May 3 in the Positive Behavior Celebration if they had no office referrals 4th Quarter beginning March 5 to present.

     

     

    Dates

    Requirement

    Event

    May 3

    No referrals

    Hot Dogs and Games at Jerry Ivy Park

     

     

    Classified staff – Please review your timesheet in Frontline this week to make sure it is accurate. They are submitted automatically May 2.

     

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