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Bellevue West High School Bulletin for March 22, 2019

     

  • Diversity Club will be starting a food drive the week we get back from spring break, and it will run for two weeks all together.
  • Do you want to be a Bellevue West Cheerleader? We are currently looking for new squad members. Clinics and tryouts will be the week after spring break. If you are interested in trying out, you can get your tryout packet from Mrs. Jaros in the activities office, or from Mrs. Procopio in room 136. No previous experience in necessary to tryout.

  • GSA will be selling t-shirts at lunch this week for $12.  The shirts say "To be fully seen by someone and be loved anyhow --this is a human offering that can border on miraculous."  You can get a shirt in white or in rainbow tie-dye.  Students who buy shirts are welcome to help us tie-dye or we can do it for you.

  • We have approximately 100 yearbooks left for sale. They are $70 and we take cash, checks, and credit cards in room 426 or online at yearbookforever.com. We will be selling them until spring break. After spring break we will stop sales until the yearbooks come out in May, then the remaining copies will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

  • It is time to think summer. Metro Community College is offering camps in welding, car care, auto body, plumbing, and more.  The camps are for one week and only cost $5.  Yes, five dollars is all you have to pay.  See Mrs. Sorensen in the career center for more information.

  • Latino Leaders would like to challenge any group to a Penny War this week to raise money for flood victims in our T-bird family. It will end on Friday, March 22. Have your team turn your jar of money in to Mrs. Grice by GPS today.

  • Any junior student that did not sign up for the bus or for a sack lunch but still wants to do so for after testing on April 2 needs to see Dr. Pokorski this week. Reminder to all students: There is no school for 9th, 10th and 12th graders on Tuesday, April 2. Juniors should arrive to school at normal school time with soft #2 pencils, a calculator, a snack and water for the designated break time and well rested and ready to go for the ACT. Cell phones will NOT be permitted in the testing room-so please leave them at home or be prepared to turn them into your room supervisor.

  • Midlands Hospital is looking for student volunteers for the Midlands Health Fair March 30th that runs 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.  Please email Amanda Smith at amanda.smith@alegent.org by Wednesday, March 27th to sign up to volunteer.

                 Juniors and Seniors please listen to the following Prom Announcements:

 

  • Prom tickets sales continue this week during lunch. Tickets are $20 per person and will admit you into both prom and afterprom. Tickets may be purchased with cash or check only and each student is allowed only one guest.  If your guest is a non-Bellevue West student, you must turn in a completed guest permission form when you purchase tickets. These permission forms may be picked up outside of room 153.
  • Need a dress or Formalwear for Prom?  Key Club has a FREE Prom Boutique open Before and After School in room 221 in the World Language Hallway until April 4th.

  • According to a survey from VISA, the average cost to attend prom is $919! Looking to save some money? Thunder Threads will be hosting a FREE prom salon on Saturday, April 6.  We will have several volunteers available to provide free hair, makeup, and nail services. Check your student email for the registration form. See Ms. Dacey or Mrs. Munter with any questions.

 

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February 2019 Daily Announcements

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