Announcements for Tuesday, December 6th, 2011
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 TOMORROW (12-7). ~ Mrs. Loyet and Mrs. Meyer.
The Health Education club will have a meeting at 8:00 am TOMMOROW (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
There will be a Math Team Meeting/Christmas Party TOMMOROW (12-7) (not the usual Tuesday), at 7:45am in A219. The purpose of this meeting/party is to finalize plans for the Regional Tournament in February. ~ Ms. Thessing
Art Club: We will meet on Thursday (12-8) for the Christmas Pizza Party. Bring $1 for pizza and soda; bring extra munchies if you would like. If you want to play the Santa Swap game, bring a wrapped gift that is worth between $5-$10. Don’t forget t-shirt and sweatshirt money. ~ Mrs. Santos.
Attention Seniors: Do you want to experience the political process and get paid $200 dollars for it? If you have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and you like money attend a meeting in F205 TOMORROW (12-7) at 8:00am and learn how you can become an election judge. ~ Mr. Novaria
Are you interested in making your memories last a lifetime? Order your yearbook today at jostensyearbooks.com. Also, make sure to check out the scrolling yearbook photos on East’s homepage! See Ms. Davis in D305 with questions. ~ Ms. Davis
So you think you can break dance? The Break Dancing Club will be holding an informational meeting Thursday (12-8) after school in F102. Stop by and see Mr. O’Chiu if you’re interested in learning the basics of break dancing. No experience needed and all are welcome. ~Mr. O’Chiu
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
Congratulations to Alexis Pickens for placing 5th overall in the Southwestern Conference Art Competition. ~ Mrs. Santos
Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Bowling team, Brandon Schembra, Jordon Hendricks, Mike Kawa, Thomas Peters, Jonathon Reinheimer, Tyler Kuykendall, Sean Hoyt, and Kyle Wells, for their second place finish in the second annual Bulldog Invitational at Harrisburg this past weekend. ~ Coach Barrett
DAY 2- MAKE A CHANGE
EMPATHY- Identifying and understanding others feelings in order to get along better.
What better way to be show empathy to your peers than to donate this holiday season. Putting yourself in someone else’s shoes is one of the best ways to show compassion and understanding.
HERE IS A STORY OF A BELLEVILLE EAST STUDENT THAT WE HELPED SEVERAL YEARS AGO.
THIS YOUNG MAN WAS EXTREMELY LIKABLE. HE WAS POLITE, TRIED HARD, AND WENT OUT OF HIS WAY TO MAKE OTHERS FEEL GOOD. THE ONE THING THAT NONE OF US KNEW WAS THAT HE WAS LIVING IN A HOTEL ROOM WITH 5 OTHER SIBLINGS, A PARENT, AND SEVERAL OTHER PEOPLE THAT SORT OF CAME IN AND OUT.
EXACTLY, A HOTEL ROOM WITH JUST 2 BEDS!
HE NEVER COMPLAINED, JUST FELT SAD SOMETIMES AND ASKED FOR A LITTLE HELP SOMETIMES.
WE WERE ABLE TO ASSIST THIS YOUNG MAN SO THAT HE COULD HAVE A CHIRSTMAS. HE WAS ABLE TO PICK OUT SEVERAL GIFTS FOR HIMSELF AND FOR HIS SIBLINGS!
THANKS FOR MAKING A DIFFERENCE! WE APPRECIATE ALL DONATIONS! TALK TO YOUR PARENTS AND LET THEM KNOW WHAT WE ARE TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH AS A SCHOOL, THEY MAY BE INTERESTED IN DONATING AND DEMONSTRATING EMPATHY THEMSELVES! ~ Mrs. Seneczyn