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Announcements for May 19, 2022

HMS Announcements

Date: Thursday, May 19, 2022

Today’s National Holidays are:

·      National Devil’s Food Cake Day

Announcements:

8th graders, this Friday, May 20th at 7:30 pm, we will have the 8th-grade party and dance! 

As discussed when administration met with the 8th grade class in March, here are some important reminders for the dance/party:

· You will enter the building using the doors by the south gym. 

· Attire is semi-formal and the school dress code will be enforced. 

· No shorts or athletic pants or jeans.

· No bare midriffs or strapless dresses.

· Students are expected to stay at the event the entire time (until 10:30 pm).

· If a student must leave early, that student can only leave after signing out with an administrator and can only leave with their own parent/guardian.

· If a student has any failing grades, they cannot attend the party/dance.  Administration is already meeting with students who may be impacted by this rule.

· Students will not have access to their lockers.

· Students can bring and use cell phones at the party.

The 8th grade dance/party is a very special event.  I am excited for you to have this experience. Let's get ready to Light up the Night!

 

Current 7th and 8th grade peer helpers. Remember that the elementary visits continue Friday. See the social workers with any questions.

 

Attention all 7th & 8th graders, due to inclement weather the bike to school day will be postponed until Tuesday, May 24th.

Today’s lunch special is .... Cheesy Chicken & Rice Casserole

Moment of Silence: Please take a moment to silently think about the activities for the day.

Please stand for the pledge of allegiance ...

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