March 4th- March 9tht, 2013
Link: WCPS Meal Menus, Pre-Pay for Meals and More
Home Games REGIONAL PLAYOFFS - should the boys or girls lose one game and they are done, they will not play the next game.
Spring Sports practices have begon
Tue - Boys Basketball 7:00 @ Tuscarura Regional Semifinals
SAT WORD OF THE DAY:
Monday – grandeur ( GRAN jer) noun meaning the quality of being awesome or impressive
Almost everyone admires the grandeur of the Grand Canyon.
Tuesday – mettle ( MET l) noun meaning courage and fortitude
The loss of the first three rounds tested the champion boxer’s mettle.
Wed. – (BLEY zuh n) verb meaning to display publicly and conspicuously; to proclaim
People blazon their opinions on Facebook.
Thurs. – curator (kyoo REY ter) noun meaning the person in charge of a library or museum
The curator of the city museum proudly announced the purchase of a new Picasso painting.
Friday -fervid ( FUR vid) adj, meaning hot; burning; intense
The students argued fervidly against having the final on the same day as the big football game.
KW March for Kids Health
5 K race
Sat. March 24 at 8:00 am
AAUW Used Book Sale
Sat. Apr. 13 9 – 3
Sun. Apr 14 9 – 3
Thurs. April 18 4-8
Fri. April 19 4-8
Sat. Apr. 20 12 – 5
American Association of University Women- assist in setting up annual used book sales in the spring and fall and at various other times during the year (301)-797-1192
American Cancer Society- ACS is looking for volunteers ton assist with community awarness activities. (301)-733-8272
Allegany County Animal Shelter contact Josette Brewer at 240-527-0644 ( evening&weekends) or e-mail email@example.com
Park Side Pals Home Work Club at Sumans Avenue Community Center When: Monday-Thursday, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. If interested, contact Patsy Campbell at 301-991-2515
Volunteer to help qualified individuals keep their sidewalks clear of snow and ice this winter as required by the laws of Hagerstown. conact Keren Giffin at 301- 739-8577, ectension 116 " sidewalks are essential for the safety of all pedestrians, the removal of snow and ice from sidewalks is very important for the health, safety and welfare of our citizens.' John Lestitian, Director of code Administration
Do you need someone your own age to talk to? Come talk to a Peer Helpers. They are always willing to listen and can tell you about other ways to get help if you need it. Everything is confidential!! If you would like to make an appointment, see your counselor or Mrs. Bailey in the counseling center to fill out a request. (evitts)
After School Academic Program: Do you need help with homework? Just not getting it ? We can help!
There is a new homework club to assist you with your homework. Teachers and peers will be available to help. The program runs Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:30 until 4:30 in the cafeteria and you may ride the twilight bus home. Just sign up during your lunch shift in the cafeteria. See Mr. Compton or Ms. Cosner if you if you have any questions.
Micah's Backpack program is designed to feed hungry students through a partnership between and elementary school and a organization in the commuity. Brought to Washington County by Trinity Lutheran Church in 2009, the program now serves over 288 students in 20 elementry schools.
The South High interact service club is proud to be involved with the local Micah Backpack program. The interact Club has adopted five children at Emma K. Doub Elementary School. In order to provide these children with nutritious breakfast, lunches, and dinner, we need help. Ongoing donations food will be needed throughout the year.
The next time you visit the grocery store please consider making a purchase for the hungry children in our community. All donations can be delivered to Mrs. Knode's classroom, Room 4247.
pretzels,teddy Grahams, beef stew or chili,peanut butter crackers