Announcements for Monday, August 22nd, 2011
Attention NHS members: Our first meeting will take place TOMORROW (8-23) at 7:45am in T100. All members are required to attend. ~ Mrs. Hoerner
Film club will be holding its first meeting this Thursday, August 25th from 3:30-4:30pm in D107. We are looking for creative students who enjoy watching and creating great movies. Former members are welcome to bring any projects they created over the summer. ~ Mr. Rogers
The Lancer publication staff will meet TOMORROW (8-23) at 7:45am in D207. This is a training day. Be on time and expect to stay until 8:15am. New members are welcome. ~ Ms. McGee
Ecology Club: The 1st meeting of the year will be TOMORROW (8-23) at 8:00am in G201. If you cannot attend the morning meeting stop by G201 for information on membership and upcoming activities. Get out of the Box! Become part of the solution & have a blast! ~ Dr. Short
Attention all Thespians: Please see Mr. Rogers in D107 to pick up information about our first meeting as soon as possible. If you're not sure if you have enough points to join this year, stop by to find out. ~ Mr. Rogers
Do you enjoy acting, singing, dancing, or performing on stage? If so, you might be interested in trying out for the Freshman-Sophomore Play. These year's show will be Meredith Wilson's classic The Music Man. We are looking for many talented 9th and 10th graders. For more information, please stop by Mr. Rogers' classroom in D107 to pick up an audition packet. Auditions will be held next Wednesday in the Performing Arts Center. ~ Mr. Rogers
Hey Seniors: There is still time to sign up for Senior Olympics! Don't miss out on one of the most exciting events of your senior year. See Mrs. Downs in Q213 for the details. ~ Mrs. Downs
Are you interested in helping out making the community become a better place to live? Do you want to work on promoting positive character around the school? Then you should join the BASIC Youth Board.
BASIC which stands for: Belleville Achieves Strength in Character (BASIC) Youth Board is made up of students from East, West, and Althoff that have displayed outstanding leadership skills and exceptional character both in and outside the classroom.
Students interested in applying for the BASIC Youth Board, please come by O101 and pick up an application. Applications are due by Friday, August 26th. No late applications will be accepted. Interviews will be conducted the week of August 29th – Sept 2nd. ! Mrs. Cox & Mrs. Nesbit
Lancer Book Club: Our First meeting of the 2011-2012 school year will be on Thursday, August 25th at 8:00am or 3:30pm in S105. If you enjoy reading and discussing books, please join us. Order forms for the first two books -October Sky by Homer Hickam and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins will be available. Bring your reading suggestions. ~ Mrs. McIlwain & Mrs. Whitaker
A reminder to all students who purchased an Athletic Pass: You need to go by the Bookstore during your lunch period to have your ID validated for the activity pass. This must be completed for you to be allowed free entrance into our athletic events. ~ The Administration
On Friday, September 9th the Lancer football team will be playing against Granite City at the Edward Jones Dome! Orders are being taken now for a commemorative t-shirt. Contact Coach Funk, in the gym, to place an order. All orders must be in by Friday, August 26th. The cost is only $11.00. Sizes are: Youth S-XL; & Adults S-3XL. ~ Coach Funk
To all students who ride a bus: You are required to have your id to ride the bus. Your student id is your bus pass. You may ride only the bus that has been assigned to you. If you believe there is an error in your bus assignment, you need to see Mr. Perkins or Mrs. Sauerwein in the class office. If you wish to ride a bus other than the one to which you are assigned (whether it be for one day or up to the remainder of the year), you must present a written note to Mr. Perkins or Mrs. Sauerwein from your parent or guardian stating the reason for the request. Each request will be evaluated on its own merit. ~ The administration
The administration would like to express their sincere appreciation to the secretaries, Mrs. Kallas and the bookstore workers, the nurses, the counselors, the Office Occupations workers, the teachers, the custodial staff, the technical support staff, and to Ms. Dean and the student council members who assisted in the registration process. The numbers are too great to list individually, but be assured it was only with your assistance that we could make it work efficiently and effectively. The positive attitude displayed by everyone, allowed us to make this a successful week. Our thanks to all who took the time to help us with this endeavor. You again demonstrated why Belleville East is “a great place to be and a great place to learn.” You set a positive example for all who came in contact with you during this week of registration. A big “Lancer thank you” to all who assisted. ~ The administration