Today is Principal Appreciation Day. Remember to let them know they are appreciated. Give them a high-five.
Are you thankful for printers in the Library? Do you owe for those prints? Please pay your debt before the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Julie Albert from AFS, the international exchange organization, will be here today from 10:30am to 11 in Ms. James’ room—68, to talk about opportunities for students to study or volunteer abroad in over 50 different countries! Come learn about the programs AFS offers and how to start your journey.
Attention seniors! Don’t miss your opportunity to buy senior sweats. Today at lunch is the last time you can buy them at the top of the ramp! Sweatshirts are $30 and sweatpants are $20.
Need to get something for a significant other? Or maybe reward yourself? Come join us today from 2pm to 7pm. The Freshmen are hosting a Lularoe and Lip Sense fundraiser in the cafeteria! Come support your freshmen class! Your wallet will thank you!
Seniors: Yearbook deadlines are fast approaching. Senior Portraits and Quotes are due by December 1st. Please send your photo and quote in the same email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions? Check the school website or talk to Mrs. Gilbert in Room 184. Don’t forget to order your yearbook while you’re at it! Visit yearbookforever.com TODAY to order at the lower pre-order price!
Attention all artists: Submissions for the Yearbook’s endsheet contest to be featured on the inside cover of the 2018 yearbook are due in just a few weeks! Finish your submissions and turn in via flash drive or hard copy to Mrs. Gilbert in room 184 by the end of the day on Friday, December 1st. Questions? Check out the fliers around the school or talk to Mrs. Gilbert.
National Honor Society has a meeting today in Room 4 at lunch. All meetings are mandatory so please see an officer or an advisor to excuse an absence. Don’t forget to bring money for dues before the rate goes up second semester!
Come watch the final three games of the 3 on 3 tournament sponsored by the Mustang Activity Council, today at lunch!!
There will be a representative from the Alaska Railroad in the cafeteria at lunchtime today. KCC has an Alaska Railroad training program that can give academic credit, as well as lead to a summer job working on the train. Stop by to get information.
Join us on Thursday November 30th from 7-8 pm for the Alaska Railroad Tour Guide Training Program Open House. Find out everything you need to know about this popular After-School job training course. The program is offered at the King Career Center during the spring semester to juniors and seniors. Successful completion of the course may result in a summer job working as a tour guide with the Alaska Railroad. Applications will be available at the Open House.