The DR Leo Club is holding a Halloween Video Game Night this Wednesday in the cafeteria. It will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and admission is $4, or free with 2 cans. Halloween costumes are welcome, and wearing one will get you in for half price. All profits go to the DR Marching Band's trip to Washington D.C. to represent Massachusetts.
Paris, the city of light. Provence, some of the best Roman sites outside of Italy. The Riviera-crystal blue water. Monaco-the city of the rich and the Grand Prix. Not to mention Chinkcway Terra- the beautiful, quaint, coastal town in Italy. If this trip sounds amazing then come to a meeting Tuesday after school in room 118.
If you have an old cell phone that you would like to donate to the soldiers over seas please drop it in the box in the main office.
Attention students on the School Committee Advisory Committee. The next meeting is Wednesday, 10/30, at 2 p.m. in the Media Center.
Do you want to send a spooky treat to your friends this Halloween? Support Skills USA and buy a Ghost-A-Gram at lunch for a dollar!
Attention Juniors and Seniors: Representatives from Bay State College, Lasell College, Aveda Institute of Cosmetology, Regis College, UMass Boston, The Division of Professional Licensure for Trades and Professions, and Endicott College will be visiting next week. Interested students may sign up in advance in the Guidance Center. Sign-ups will not be allowed the day of the college visit.
Boys soccer practice will run from 2:30-4:30 today. Next game is at Bishop Feehan tomorrow. All uniforms, both home and away, will be collected after the game.
Ms. King's period 1 and 2 American Government classes should report directly to the media center.
Students wanting to attend Skills Fall State Leadership Conference, please see Mrs.Hall with your permission slips and payment by Wednesday of this week.
A reminder to Leos, our meeting this week is on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in room 120. See you there!
Attention all students: Class dues collection will take place during all three lunches this week. Dues are $15 for Freshmen and Sophomores, $25 for Juniors, and $40 for Seniors. The preferred method of payment is check. Juniors who wish to pay in cash should see Mrs. O'Gara before or after school in room 114.
The SAT Word of the Day is: ambulatory- able to walk; mobile. "After months in a wheelchair, the accident victim was overjoyed to find himself ambulatory again".
The Girl's Field Hockey team will travel to Medfield for a 6:00 p.m. game this Wednesday as they open their State Tournament play.
The football playoffs begin this Friday with the Falcons hosting Somerset High School at 7:00 p.m. Adult tickets are $5 and student tickets are $3.
Applications for CSF Team Captains are now available in Guidance.
The Football team defeated Fairhaven on Friday night by the score of 35-6. Jacab Junker and Norman Manchester rushed for two touchdowns each and Kyle Rose had one. Junker booted three PATs and Nate Kowalski rushed for a two-point conversion. The team will host Somerset in the first round of the State Football Tournament on Friday at 7:00 p.m.