Student Announcements, October 2, 2017

October 2, 2017 09:37 AM
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Student Announcements

Monday, October 2, 2017

 

Stuff You Need to Know

                  

 

This week’s “Word of the Week” is “paragon” which means to be a model of perfection. Being a paragon sounds harrowing, but it usually starts with reading a good book.

 

The Nurse’s Office is partnering with Walgreens to offer you FREE FLU SHOTS on parent teacher conference day!

No appointments necessary. Please bring your current insurance card. Contact the school nurse’s office with any questions. 

Location: Dance Room

When: Tuesday October 3rd, 3:00-8:00 pm

Where: Oak lawn Community High School

 

 

Winter athlete registration is now open for all winter athletic programs.  This includes basketball, bowling, swim, and wrestling.  Please use the registration link and step-by-step instructions available on the athletic page to complete this.  Only pre-registered athletes will be able to tryout/practice the first day of winter season.  Don’t miss your chance to join our winter programs.  Please direct any questions to the athletic office in room 227.  Go Spartans!

 

 

 

Club/Team News

 

 

This past weekend was a very successful weekend for the swim and dive teams.  Our varsity team took 2nd place at a 12 team Invitational this weekend at Evergreen Park.  Jenna Cipriani and Grace Heneghan took first and second in diving, while Ellie Featherstone took first in her two individual events and Freshman Claire Esguirre took first in the 200 freestyle.  The relay composed of Ellie Featherstone, Claire Esquirre, Zeren Cebi, and Lexi Zurita destroyed the competition by 6 seconds in the 200 freestyle relay.

Diving continued with competition at Argo on Saturday morning, in which Jenna Cipriani, Grace Heneghan, and Anna Gil took 1,2,3 in the 11 dive competition and Jessica Wons took 3rd in the 6 dive competition.  Lastly, but certainly not least, congrats to Jenna Cipriani who DESTROYED her own school record by 40 points at 394. 

 

 

 

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