3 things to know for March 4: Homeroom, Baseball, Track


1. Homeroom Today

  • Cheerleading is meeting in the Audion
  • Class Officers in F312
  • Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy in the Library
  • Mrs. Welty’s room is closed this afternoon

2. Baseball Meeting

There will be a mandatory meeting on Friday after school until approximately 4:30 in the Audion for anyone who registered to play high school baseball this spring.   The meeting is for only those who are fully registered and have met the requirements of a physical and baseline concussion test. No exceptions. If you have any questions, please see coach Flickinger.

3. Track & Field

If you’re still interested in registering for Track & Field, please do so today or this weekend via https://registermyathlete.com/login/

If you have any questions or concerns, please see Mr. Curcio in E300 or email him at [email protected].


Big Daddy’s Pizza, Garden Salad, Green Beans, Assorted Fruit, and Milk

The future of Best Buy might look a little different. You’re used to seeing a lot of TVs and laptops – well, they’re adding a lot more at-home gyms, e-bikes and outdoor grills.


Our hero, played by Robert Pattinson, makes Bruce Wayne weird. Not Christian Bale, I-live-in-a-cave-but-am-also-suave-and-jacked weird… the kind of cutesy weird that still makes your parents laugh.

Admits Esquire movie reviewer Brady Langmann in his honest review of this weekend’s big release, The Batman.


(CNN) – That’s how much Civica Rx, a non-profit generic drug maker, will charge for a vial of insulin in 2024. Insulin, which more than 8 million Americans with diabetes depend on, has been a poster child for the soaring cost of prescription drugs. Though insulin costs little to make, the list price of brand name products is roughly $300 per vial, according to the foundation which co-founded Civica Rx.


Happy Friday! Here’s a cute seal.