WILLIAM TENNENT DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Absent Note due:  03/23/2017


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“A” Day

 
 
The deadline for ordering a Class of 2017 Yearbook is quickly approaching. Place your order by going to www.yearbookordercenter.com and entering in job number 5115. The deadline to order online is Monday, April 24th.

Don't forget the deadline to submit films for this year's Behind the Lens Film Festival is THIS Friday. Don't miss your chance. See Mrs. McCaffery in the TV Studio with any questions. The 2nd Annual film festival will be held in the auditorium on Thursday, April 20 at 7 p.m. There will be a red carpet entrance and awards.

The William Tennent Key Club would like to thank everyone involved in this year's Mini Thon.
Thank you to our organizers - Catherine Foy, Isabel Michaud, and Erica Luongo.
Thank you to the maintenance staff who worked so hard to help us in the cafeteria and the gym.
Thank you to the administrators for their support.
Thank you to the participants for your generous donations and for a night filled with fun for a great cause.
We were able to raise $6,526.11 for the Four Diamonds Foundation. This foundation supports the children who are fighting cancer and their families.

Juniors! Are you thinking about attending Elmira College? Then check out Naviance and The Key Award. See you Counselor to be nominated.

Attention all writers! The deadline to submit your poems to the 2017 William Tennent Poet Laureate contest is fast approaching. Make sure to stop by the Library to pick up an entry form and submit your poems by April 7.

You can show your support for the students of the GSA and the annual Day of Silence, April 19, by buying a t-shirt this week. Shirts are on sale at all lunches, Mrs. King in F204 or F205, and from GSA members. This year’s design is available to see at lunches as well. Sales end this Friday.

The William Tennent robotics team partnered with Bensalem high school this weekend to compete in this year’s FIRST robotics competition in New Jersey. Their robot competed against 37 other schools and made it to the finals. Even though they didn't win the final match, they qualified for district championships at Lehigh University. If you would like information about the William Tennent Robotics team, please see Mr. Czekaj.

All National Art Honor Society members - please RSVP and submit artwork to CANVAS for Induction by this Wednesday, March 29, 2017.

Students must pay parking tickets within 3 days of being issued. Tickets not paid will be place on the debt list.

Students, if you or your family members would like to see our production of 42nd Street, tickets will go on sale during all lunches and continue every day until March 31. There are 107 students involved in this production. The performances are Friday, March 31 @ 7 PM and Saturday, April 1st @ 1 PM & 7 PM. Student passes are $5 and general admission tickets are $10; student passes will only be for sale prior to the show. All tickets will be $10 at the door. We hope to see you there!

Hello Class of 2017! Have you been present each day during your entire high school career? If you believe you have been the best attendee over the past four years, please submit your name to the 9th grade office secretary, Ms. Mueller, in order to be considered for the Best Attendance Award.

If you need to visit the Library during lunch, please make sure to sign out with Mr. Reynolds and get a pass. Students must have a pass to visit the Library. You may not bring food.

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