Daily Bulletin

Eastern Alamance High Bulletin for Tuesday, March 28, 2017

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Yearbook It's time to register for 2017-2018 classes! If you're interested in being a part of next year's yearbook staff, pick up an application from Ms. Murawski in A-8.


World's Finest Chocolate World's Finest Chocolate bars are being sold before and after school in Mrs. Casey and Ms. Burke-Scoll's rooms. Please help us fund Earth Day.


Prom Yes, is that season again - PROM proposals are being made and dresses are being bought. You can pick up an ticket order forms from Mrs. Whipp in V6. If you are inviting a special guest, you will need to get a permission slip for approval. Ticket sales begin Wednesday, March 1st and run through Friday, April 21st; ticket prices are $30 per ticket. Please plan accordingly late tickets can only be purchased with approval from Mr. Ebert. Let the good times roll!!!


Senior Job Fair If you are a senior who is planning to find local employment upon graduation and would like attend a Senior Job Fair, please sign up with Mrs. Johnson in A1.


THE JCBC YOUTH LOCK-IN IS BACK!! Yes, you heard right. After a 7 year hiatus we're reviving the outreach program that was once a staple in our community. We know this year will be the best one yet, and you won't want to miss it. Who: Ages 11-18 Where: Alamance County Community YMCA, 1346 S Main St Burlington NC 27215 When: 9:30 pm April 14th -6:30 am April 15th Registration forms are available online: Visit the Jeffries Cross Baptist Church Facebook group for the link to register. Deadline to signup is March 31st. SEE YOU THERE!!


Earth Day Earth Day is coming and we are in need of plastic bottles and caps. There will be a box in your classroom for donations. The winning fourth block will win CANDY for everyone!


ABSS Honors Institute Are you a rising high school senior? Are you interested in attending a summer enrichment program on a university campus? Then consider applying to the ABSS Honors Institute at Elon for this summer. The institute is for rising high school seniors who are ready for college level work and are interested in exploring current issues in our society from a variety of perspectives. To learn more, check out the ABSS District Website homepage for a link to an overview of the program. Also,there will be an interest meeting on March 30th, at 6:00 p.m., in the Williams HS auditorium for interested students.


SENIORS AND GRADUATING JUNIORS Attention all Seniors and Graduating Juniors. We would like to organize a choir to perform during the 2017 graduation ceremony. All Seniors and Graduating Juniors are welcome to join if you would like to sing. Practices will be Thursdays after school beginning April 6th. For more information see Kat Daniels


ASVAB The ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success. There are two reasons to take the ASVAB: 1. for career guidance, to see where your strengths lie and what career paths might be right for you, ​and​ ​2. for military enlistment, to achieve the minimum score for your desired branch and role in the military.​ The ASVAB can also serve as a preparation tool for the ACT and SAT as it identifies strengths and areas of improvement for math and language. ​ If you are a junior or senior and interested in taking the ASVAB April 25 at Eastern, please sign up in the front office or in A1 with Mrs. Johnson.


National Art Honor Society The National Art Honor Society will meet Tuesday April 4th after school in Ms. Edgell's room. This will be a very important meeting as we will make plans for Earth Day, discuss Senior Honor Cords, and receive your National membership certificate.


National Art Honor Society The National Art Honor Society Campus Clean up crew needs to meet with Ms. Edgell at some point before Friday to get a list of supplies and times for Friday and Saturday.


Scholastic Art and Writing Awards We are pleased to announce that the following students have earned National Medal in the 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards presented by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. Ahanayzha Mabry and Caroline Madden. Their work was selected by creative professionals as the most accomplished in the nation. This year, more than 330,000 works of art and writing were submitted. Less than 1% were reconized at the national level. Students receiving top Awards have been invited to attend a ceremony at the world-famous Carnegie Hall on June 8 and to participate in showcase events at Parsons School of Design at The New School and Pratt Institute's Pratt Manhattan Gallery in New York City. We're proud to have these students represent our school in the year's Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.


JV/ Varsity Basketball Attention to anyone interested in playing JV or Varsity Boys Basketball next season: There will be a basketball meeting to discuss eligibility for the offseason workouts that will start next week. The meeting will be held this Thursday in Coach Costa’s room, B-5, right after school. If you cannot attend the meeting, you must see Coach Costa before Friday to participate in workouts next week.


Basketball Meeting for next year There will be a meeting in B-4, on Thursday morning, at 755, for all girls interested in playing basketball next year. If you miss the meeting, please see Coach Krotish.


Word of the Day Gauche (adjective) Definition(s): lacking ease or grace; unsophisticated and socially awkward. Sentence(s): Tim suggested eating at McDonald’s before going to prom before his girlfriend disapproved of the gauche suggestion.


Book Club The Book Club will not meet today.


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