3 things to know for March 10: Hat Day, Prom, Track Rosters


1. Hat Day

Friday, March 11, 2022, is a hat day with the proceeds benefiting our Friday Fun Day!  Wear a school appropriate hat this Friday for $1.00. Stickers will be sold in E307 (Mrs. Prato’s), G403 (Mrs. Dorazio’s), and the Gym (Mrs. Smith) before the start of 1st period.

2. Prom

Attention students planning to attend Prom on April 29th, this is a reminder that paperwork is due to Mrs. Bushey’s room, F312, by this Friday. Yep, that’s THIS FRIDAY, March 11th! This paperwork deadline is important, as was mentioned during the presentation to juniors and seniors a couple of weeks ago, because it helps your class officers in their planning of the event. Be sure to stop by F312 to pick up, complete and submit your Prom paperwork asap and stay tuned for more event details! It’s time to get excited for this event, even your Prom chaperones are already planning their special “look” for this very special evening!

3. Track Rosters

If you’re still thinking about joining Track & Field, it’s not too late! Coach Curcio will not be locking his rosters until this Friday. As long as you see him and register before practice on Friday, you can be on the team! Don’t miss this opportunity and sign up today.


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