SHS Daily Bulletin
Push yourself because no one else is going to do it for you.
- After school study hall will be in room 12. Staff and tutors will be available to assist you. If you are in the building after school today you need to attend study hall.
- This message is for all those who signed up to tutor at the elementary school. If you signed up, you are expected to be there every single day. Doing work for other classes or not having a ride are not excused absences. Also, you cannot drive another student under any circumstance.
- All SHS Tennis participants and their parents are invited to an ice cream social on Tuesday, Feb. 3rd at the SHS cafeteria from 6-7 pm. Information about the upcoming season will be covered. All tennis players are requested to be there with their parents. You may come without your parents, but once again we would really like parents there as well.
- Have you ever wondered how the pyramids of Giza were built, what Greek mythology was all about, or how the Roman’s built and used the Coliseum or Circus Maximus? Are you a student who could not find a class to fit into 6th period second semester? Do you need to make-up ½ a credit of World History to graduate and don’t want to have to do summer school or an online class? See the counselor TODAY to sign-up for the newly created Ancient Cultures class 6th period! You need to enroll NOW so we can start exploring all the ancient wonders of the past. See Mr. Wendell if you have any questions.
- If you are a Senior and would like a professional picture for the yearbook, Leah Smith would like to help you out. There is not much time so call her soon (503-757-4775).
- Microsoft GigiGilrz Day will be in Portland, Saturday, February 21st. This one-day event, held at multiple Microsoft locations worldwide, is designed to provide high school girls with a better understanding of what a career in technology is all about. If you are interested in attending, please visit LaRene in the counseling office for registration information.
- Seniors- Now is the time to start applying for scholarships! The local scholarship is now available on Moodle and is Due April 17th. Don't wait until the last minute to ask for letters of recommendation and turn in your packet. Please see LaRene in the counseling office for more information.
- Time is running out on your chance to buy your 2015 yearbook with your name stamped on it. Final day is Friday, January 30. A book with a name stamped on it is less likely to get stolen.
- Seniors, submit your senior picture to Mrs. Harmening by Friday, January 30, or your Lifetouch picture will appear in the yearbook.
- Senior parents, buy your yearbook ad for your senior today. Time is running out. Next deadline is Feb. 3.
- Parents and Community Friends: Community Blood Drive on Tomorrow, Tuesday, January 27th, from 1:30-6:30 in the Stevenson High School Library. If you would like to donate blood, call 1-800-733-2767 or go online at redcrossblood.org, sponsor code: Stevenson.
- Attention Sophomores & Juniors: Clark College is hosting two informational sessions about Running Start. If you are not already a Running Start student, and are considering Running Start for Fall 2015, you should plan to attend one of these sessions. The sessions will be held on February 11th at 7 p.m. in the Clark College Gym. You can pick up a copy of the informational flier at the counseling center.
Students: If you would like to participate in the 2015 ENGINEERING DAY please register by Friday Jan. 30. Then fill out a school prearranged absence form by February 20th.
Spaces are still left, it's not too late to register your student!
The day-long event will take place from 8 a.m. to 3:20 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 24 at the Corps' Portland District downtown headquarters in Portland, Ore. During the daylong event, students will be exposed to a variety of engineering disciplines through hands-on workshops, a tour and presentation of the Edith Green/Wendell Wyatt Federal Building and be able to attend a mini-job fair staffed by local engineering firms. Corps employees are encouraged to register the 11th and 12th grade high school students they know who would like to attend the event. Registration: All attendees should thoroughly review information and complete registration forms at https://intranet.usace.army.mil/nwd/nwp/Pages/2015EDAY.aspx
Questions? E-mail Erica Jensen with questions about registration or Jackie Floyd, Chair, or Ribha Dham, Co-Chairs with general program questions.
- Stand Up For Teens “Standing Up For What’s Right” is a free all day event at Wind River Education Center for all SHS & WRMS students who want to prevent substance abuse and want to learn about healthy living and alternatives to substance abuse. The event is scheduled for Friday, February, 27, 2015 from 9:30am-2:00PM. Registration forms are in the office and are due by February 13. A pre-arranged absence form is also required before attending the event.
- Winter weather is HERE! Make sure the office has updated phone numbers so you can get the automated school closure calls. Also, watch the District website for the most accurate information. Local news channels and radio will also receive information about school closures. Student Drivers- make sure you travel safely and that your vehicle is equipped for the weather and that you leave early enough to get to school on time. If your vehicle is not ready for winter weather, the bus is a good option.
Pizza, Garden Salad, Baby Carrots, and Mixed Fruit.
This Week's Events
SHS Girls Basketball vs. Seton Catholic - Home JV 5:45 V 7:00
WRMS Boys Basketball @ Canyon Creek - Leave Time 2:20 7th Grade Varsity and Blended - 3:30 (Different gyms) 8th Grade Varsity 4:30
SHS Wrestling - Home 6:00
Carol Collins Student of the Month Award - Persistence, Assembly during ADVO
SHS Boys Basketball vs. Seton Catholic - Home JV 5:45 V 7:00
SHS Wrestling @ Rex Putnam - Leave Time 6:20 AM
**SHS Boys Basketball Alumni Game**
7:00 SHS Gym
Seniors vs. SHS Alum -- Come enjoy this awesome event!!