Announcements for Monday, December 5th, 2011
All December graduates: If you have applied for and are on pace to graduate in December, you need to stop and see Mrs. Sauerwein in the class office as soon as possible. She will provide you with the information you will need to complete for the graduation process. This must be done on your time. You will not be excused if you are late to class. ~ Mr. Perkins
Attention Mashariki Students: There will be a meeting after school TODAY (12-5) in T-Bldg from 3:30-5:00. If you cannot attend this meeting please see one of the sponsors. ~ Mashariki Sponsors
The Health Education club will have a meeting at 8:00 am on Wednesday (12-7) in S102 (Note room change). We will have t-shirts and additional order forms, discuss the faculty screenings and upcoming health fairs. Please see Mr. Watkins in S102 if you cannot attend. ~ Mr. Watkins
Fellowship of Christian Athletes!! The next FCA meeting will be TODAY (12-5) in the cafeteria. Please bring a snack or soda to share. The food, fun, and fellowship will begin at 7:09pm. ~ Mr. Patton
All Junior or Senior Boys interested in becoming a Mr. Lancer Pageant Contestant , please talk to your coach or club sponsor to get your name in to Mrs. Loyet by this Wednesday (12-7). ~ Mrs. Loyet & Mrs. Meyer
The 1st Boys home basketball game is TOMORROW (12-6). Any student that plans to attend should stay after school today, December 5th in the gym annex to learn the new fan chants. Practice will last about 30 min. Blue Crew shirts will also be on sale today in the Lancer room for $12.00 ~ Mr. Skaer
Students: When two lanes of traffic are leaving a student parking lot exit, traffic in the right lane must turn right and traffic in the left lane must turn left. Drivers turning from the wrong lane will be ticketed and will lose campus parking privileges. ~ Officer Hunter
Today is the kick off to our “Make a Change” fundraiser. Please consider helping your fellow classmates in financial need this holiday season! Remember, any class that collects $250.00 or more will be rewarded with a pizza party. Any class with 15 or less students needs to collect $125.00 to be eligible for a pizza party.
Our students at Belleville East are full of character. Here is a story of 2 Belleville East sisters that we helped several years ago. The definition of CARING- Being compassionate and showing others you care.
These 2 girls embody the meaning of CARING. They both always came to school smiling, completed homework, earned good grades, treated others with kindness, and found a way to be active and a part of their school. One of the girls confided in a teacher that her mom had lost her job which led to the loss of their home. They were currently living with a family member and struggling day to day.
When these girls were approached and told that we would like to help them during the holiday season, all they were concerned about was their mom and making sure that she could have some clothes to go on job interviews. They weren’t concerned about themselves, just making sure that their mom was ok. We were able to help their mom get clothes and other personal items. We also made sure these 2 CARING young ladies had a great Christmas! ~ Mrs. Seneczyn