Daily Announcements
Daily Announcements
Posted on 09/22/2017
Daily Announcements

September 22, 2017

Attention all Cinematics Club members! It's here! We've finally arrived at the thrilling conclusion! We will be meeting today (Friday, September 22) after school, in Mrs. Robinson's room, 1434. We will be watching and discussing the third and final chapter of the "it's such a beautiful day" trilogy. You won't want to miss this one.
Extreme Sports Club we are going on our first trip of the year to Davenport Skate Park in Davenport Iowa this Saturday.  Leaving from Salem Street at 8:30 am returning by 6:00 pm.  Stop by room 1436 to sign up and get a permission slip.  See Ms. Bowman in room 1436 if you have any questions. New members are always welcome.   
Writers' Club will meet after school Monday, September 25th in room 2301.  We will be sharing work and writing the prompt of the day.  All are welcome.
Key Club meeting is Tuesday, September 26 8:15 am in the upper AP room.  Please bring your dues and your activity sheet.
Fencing Club will meet on Tuesday, September 26 from 3:30 to 5:00 in the AP Room. Everyone is welcome, and we provide the equipment. If you haven't fenced before, this is a great opportunity to get started.
Do you think you might be interested in joining Hononegah's Robotics Team? There is a mandatory meeting  for new or returning students on Wednesday, September 27 at 8 pm in room 1433 (the Manufacturing Lab and Hononegah’s Bot Shop). Please bring a parent with you to hear about the upcoming season, important dates and there will be forms to be filled out to get things started.

The Page Turners Literary Enthusiasts Club WILL BE MEETING TODAY (Friday, September 22)  in room 2405 at 3:25pm  Plan on turning in your copy of the Ray Bradbury classic we are discussing, Something Wicked This Way Comes.  Snacks are always welcome!

Lunch   Mini Corn Dogs, Fries, Green Beans, Fresh Fruit &  Milk

Today is our final day of Yellow Ribbon Week. I would like to close out the week by focusing on What I should do if I am going through a crisis?

First of all, know that no matter what, or how severe the problem is, there are people who
care! Sometimes getting the words out seems like the most difficult thing to do. A well
known life skill for saving lives in a fire emergency is "Stop-Drop-& Roll". Another
skill for saving lives in a suicide emergency is "STAY-LISTEN-& GET HELP".
Most people are willing to help you if you reach out for help for a friend or for yourself!
People you can ask for help would include:

• Counselor
• Pastor 
• Doctor or school nurse
• Police officer or School Resource Officer
• Trusted adult I relative
• Teacher
• Friend (adult and I or peer)
• Parent or grandparent

Thank you for your participation in Yellow Ribbon Week. Remember, there are
approximately 4.5 million people in this country that have been helped through suicide
awareness, and you can help to increase this number just by paying attention, and talking
about it.