Stuff You Need to Know
This weeks' Word of the Week is: mis·con·strue
PART OF SPEECH/DEFINITION:
VERB: 1. To mistake the meaning of, misinterpret.
SENTENCE: He misconstrued or mistook their meaning when they said, “Let’s take this rocket for a ride.”
Seniors – don’t forget that in order to participate in the graduation ceremony, service hours must be turned in to Mrs. Kenny by 3:00 pm this Thursday, May 10.
You can view your SAT scores from the statewide testing by going to the College Board website and logging into your account. Do you want to find out what your score means? Do you want to know what score a particular college requires for admission. Or maybe you want to know if it would be worthwhile to take the test again. Mrs. Szala and Mr. Krupa will answer these questions during Spartan Plus this Thursday, May 10. Look under “other” in arena scheduling to sign up.
May 9th is Sports Awards Night so please share with friends and family. Ceremony begins at 7 p.m. followed by individual program breakouts around 8 p.m. Please report to Spartan gym with your family no later than 6:45 p.m. Scholarship recipients and athlete and coach of the year will be recognized in addition to spring MVP and Sportsmanship recipients. See you on the 9th at 6:45 Spartans.
Cheerleading. There will be an informational meeting about the 2018-19 fall and winter cheer season and upcoming tryouts later this month on Wednesday, May 9th, in the staff cafeteria at 3:15 p.m. Please be sure to make the meeting. Any questions please contact the athletic office in room 227.
SALT. To all freshman, sophomore, and junior athletes interested in joining our SALT team next year, applications are now available on the athletic page from our district website. Please print and complete the application and provide to our office with the required essay. Any questions do not hesitate to contact our office in room 227. Go Spartans!