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SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL

 

DAILY BULLETIN

 

STRONG IN CHARACTER - DOING THE RIGHT THING

 

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

 

Day 1

 

 

Congratulation to the Rotary Student of the Month, Monica Feeley & the Rotary Teacher of the Month, Michelle Stoneking.

 

ATTENTION ALL WORK STUDY STUDENTS:

There will be a mandatory meeting for all Work Study students on Tuesday, January 6th @ 8:00am in room 128.  Please see Mrs. Kazakavich if you are unable to attend.

 

AND Magazine is now accepting drawings, paintings, illustrations, photography, short stories, poetry and interviews to be published.  To submit your work or for more information contact Christine Glover at cglover@jumpstreet.org

 

Student Drivers must purchase a permit to park on school property. Cars without permits are subject to towing.

 

Striving For Excellence will be held every Tuesday & Thursday from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.  Sessions will be held in the high school library.

 

 “The Academic Assistance Program (AAP) will be held on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2:45 p.m. until 4:45 p.m.  There are two late buses this year, one at 4:15 p.m. and the other at 5:00 p.m.  Students will not be admitted to AAP beyond 3:00 p.m. without a pass from a teacher.  If a student wishes to leave AAP prior to dismissal, they must leave the building and will not be provided transportation.  Students who do not follow the school discipline regulations will be asked to leave AAP immediately.”

 

Attention STHS Students—Are you interested in doing something good to help others?  Looking for something fun to do in your free time?  Key Club is just the organization that you need to join.  If you’re interested in joining, check out the bulletin board on the bridge or see Mrs. Charles in Room 310.  Meetings are held the first and third Thursday of the month in the High School Auditorium. Meetings are held from 7:15 a.m. until 7:30 a.m.  Dues are $17.  Do something good with your time!


GUIDANCE


Seniors and Juniors ----Recent graduates of STHS will be visiting us on the morning of Tuesday, December 23rd in room 113 for a panel discussion about college life. Our graduates will include students who are currently enrolled in state schools, semi-private schools, out of state schools, HBCU, ROTC, those enrolled in STEM programs, as well as those participating in collegiate athletics.  Our speakers will be prepared to share their personal experiences, answer questions, and offer advice on how to prepare for success at the next level. If you are interested, sign up in Guidance by Monday, December 22nd.


DCTS Application Deadlines:

Dauphin County Technical School (DCTS)  is currently accepting applications for the 2015-16 school year.

Each year, DCTS establishes two separate deadline dates for the receipt of applications, providing students with two opportunities to be considered for admission to the wide variety of programs the School has to offer.

The deadline for “First Round” applications is January 27, 2015.  Students will lose 5 points for late submission after this date.  The “Second Round” application deadline is March 16, 2015.  Students will lose 10 points for late submission after this date. To meet DCTS’s application deadlines, STHS students should submit their completed applications to the Guidance Office well in advance of the referenced deadline dates.

Students who apply for admission to DCTS should expect to be notified about their admittance or non-admittance to the School by the beginning of April 2015.

Students should also be aware that given the amount of time it takes for the Guidance Office to secure the supportive documentation and signatures which must accompany all DCTS applications, early submission of applications is requested.

The Guidance Office cannot guarantee that applications submitted on short notice will be received by DCTS by the stated deadline dates.

For more information on the wide range of technical skills programs offered by Dauphin County Technical School, please see your School Counselor.

 

2015 Summer Programs/Opportunities Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week PFEW

Where: Williampsport, PA

When:

Week I: July 5 - 11, 2015

WeekII: July 12 - 18, 2015

Week III: July 26 - August 1, 2015

Week IV - August 2 - 8, 2015

Early Bird Application Deadline

March 6, 2015

Final Application Deadline

April 10, 2015

Online applications can be found on www.pfew.org

Emial: info@pfew.org

Phone: (814) 833-9576

Applications are available in guidance or online


Hersheypark Entertainment and Resorts is gearing up to hire for 2015.  Visit www.HersheyJobs.com to apply!

 

Are you ready for the SAT/ACTs? Get ready with SAT/ACT Prep Boot Camp at the Camp Curtin YMCA. This class will build your confidence and get you ready for this important exam.

ACT Boot Camp—Jan 27-29 & Feb 3-5 ACT TEST DATE: Feb 7th

Classes will be facilitated by Makera Hem an experienced educator and private tutor.

All Session will be held at the Camp Curtin YMCA from 5:30-7:30PM

Fees:

Teen Achiever: FREE!

Non-Teen Achievers: $30

For more information, please contact: Camp Curtin YMCA

717-238-9622

 

TEEN ACHIEVER’S COLLEGE TOUR - CAMP CURTIN YMCA

Dates: April 7th-9th, 2015

Information: The total cost of the tour is $300.00 and includes travel, lodging and meals. A deposit of $50 is due by January 31st, 2015 to hold a seat and the remaining balance will be due March 7th, 2015.

Scholarships and fundraisers available!

For more information please contact

Kyla Crawford Program Director Camp Curtin YMCA 717-238-9622 x102 K.Crawford@YMCAHarrisburg.org

WE WILL VISIT 7 OR MORE SCHOOLS

Recreational outings will be held throughout the trip!

 

20th Annual Harrisburg Academy College Fair

March 2, 2015

Snow date March 3, 2015

6:00 PM - Fair opens to general public in Louis Lehrman Gymnasium

7:30 PM - Fair Closes

 

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