-Boys! Prom is coming up on April 23rd! So get asking! If you don't have an idea of who to ask, find a student council member to help you find a date!
-Any sophomore or junior who is interested in joining the National Honor Society should see Miss Kelley in room 124 for an application. Students who are interested in joining must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.7. Students must also possess basic qualities of good character and have a desire to be involved in community service activities. The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 21st.
- Seniors who have a key card- scholarships are available- $2,000 to UVU, $1,000 to SLCC and $1,000 to Paul Mitchell. Applications are online at ktsutah.com and due to Mrs. Merrill (room 206) on April 22nd.
-Attention juniors, there is a Utah Energy Workforce scholarship program opportunity for you. If you are interested in getting more information please come and pick up a flyer at the counseling office.
-Attention seniors, the bruins scholarship and the Nigel Olsen and Carlos Aragon Scholarship applications are now available. If you are interested, come and pick one up at the counseling office.
-Attention students, this is a reminder that the UVU 2nd Annual Concurrent Enrollment Juried Exhibition entries are due by April 13th, 2016. (This Wednesday) Any student who has enrolled in a UVU concurrent enrollment course in the last 3 years is eligible to participate for awesome prizes. You can pick up submission forms at our counseling office.
-Thespian nominations for next year's drama presidency is this Thursday at lunch in the drama room. If you would like to run, all you need to do is come. Results will be announced at the banquet.
Students of the day:
Savannah Wadley by Mrs. Porter: Savannah knocked my socks off with her last test! She is quiet, but she is dynamite! She has totally killed it, and I am SO proud! She is amazing! Great job, Savannah! Stay sweet!
Collin Allred by Ms. Anderson: Collin works hard and goes the extra mile after school to make sure he understands the material in Physics. Keep up the good work, Collin.