The Navigator Newsletter
Sycamore Junior High's Parent Communication
March 4- March 9
Coming Up at the JH
March 2: Band & Orchestra Pancake Day and Fine Arts Show @ SHS 8am-3pm
March 7, 8 & 9: JH Theater presents Seussical 7:00pm
Mark your calendars!
March 15: End of Quarter 3
March 18-22: Spring Break
Lost and Found
Don't Miss Seussical!
Download the order form to get your tickets early for the best seats!
Help Needed: Sandwich Project
We are always in need of additional volunteers to assist with our character education project called "The Sandwich Project." We've been making 250 sandwiches a week for St. Francis Seraph Ministries in OTR since 1997!
3-4 volunteers are needed weekly on Thursdays to set-up and assist. Mr. Stern and Mr. Dejoy will be there when the students arrive. Your assistance would be needed from 10:50-11:45. The commitment is under an hour! If you are available and interested for any Thursday during the remainder of the year, please contact: Christy Banke at email@example.com. Thank you.
Small commitment. Big impact.
From the HS Counselors
High School Counselors have now met with 8th graders to verify their course requests for next year! Students who were absent last week should expect to hear from their counselor this week or next to review their class selections.
Students planning to take accelerated and/or AP classes should check this page to see if summer assignments will be required. Tentative information for this year's Summer School offerings can be found here.
From Child Nuitrition
March 4-8 is National School Breakfast Week. #NSBW is an annual national campaign designed to raise awareness of the National School Breakfast Program in school communities across the country.
Any students who gets breakfast during NSBW will receive a NSBW trading card. Bring back at least 3 cards on Friday and be entered to win some fun prizes!
Follow the fun on twitter, follow @SycamoreCNS. Use #NSBW19 and tag us to be entered to win even more prizes!
In case you missed it
Safer Schools Ohio
A multi-agency effort created to assist schools in continuously improving the safety of our students. By calling or texting the statewide anonymous hotline parents, students or community members can report anything that is suspicious or endangering you, your friends or your school.
Immunizations for 7th graders
If you have not turned in your child's proof of immunizations from a doctor's office, please do so ASAP. The cutoff date was September 5th.