Weekly Update

May 4, 2016

Prom and School Attendance

This Friday is the night. Our students are excited and we are looking forward to a wonderful evening. However, before we can get to prom on Friday night, we need to attend school on Friday. Please remind your student that they are expected to be in school through fourth period on Friday. To participate in an extracurricular event you must attend school the day of the event. Thanks in advance for helping get our prom attendees to school.

Volunteers Wanted: After Prom

PTA is still in need of volunteers for after prom, especially in the area of gym games (monitoring inflatable area), security, LCR and mustang mart. Also, we are in need of bakery. If you would like to help out but are unable to do the late night, please consider donating some treats!


Here is the link to sign up as a volunteer:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d45a8a72aa0f94-viva

Highlighting Success at SHS

Mr. Mustang Raises Over $2,600.00 for Cleveland APL

On Friday, Tyler Jamison was crowned Mr. Mustang for 2016. This capped a two week contest, in which senior male students representing a club or sport competed to be named Mr. Mustang. Tyler, representing the yearbook and his selected charity, the Cleveland APL, won the contest at an assembly last Friday. This event was planned and hosted by our Leadership Academy students led by Olivia Abdullah.
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Rhythmology Raises Over $1000.00 for SIMB Rhythmology

On Friday night, the Leadership Academy led by Todd Anderson hosted the 2nd annual Rhythmology concert. This event featured our SHS percussionists performing in a variety of ways and entertaining the audience for two hours. All proceeds from the concert were donated to SIMB, which is our booster group for our instrumental music department.
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Hygiene Kits for the Homeless

Key Club and Spanish National Honors Society members teamed up for the service project, Hygiene Kits for the Homeless. A total of 155 kits were donated to the NEOCH (Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless). NEOCH’s mission is to organize and empower homeless and at-risk men, women and children to break the cycle of poverty through public education, advocacy and the creation of nurturing environments. The service project was managed by Hannah Gaul, Key Club and Spanish National Honors Society member. Thank you for your donations and to Julia Foust and Ms. Schneck for their support!

The Full Schedule

Here is a link to our athletic and school calendars for all of our events scheduled for the week of May 2.