Now we focus back on academics and end of year tests and exams.
I know it is difficult with the lovely weather, but stay focused, the end is in sight!!
Due to the hard work of Mrs. Cunnane we will have a speaker
on Thursday, April 28, 2011.
Nicole Ortiz, Miss Maryland United States 2009,
will speak to all grades during a morning assembly.
Nicole is the founder of “No Body’s Perfect."
This is a program to increase awareness on eating disorders.
Nicole will share her own story on battling both anorexia and bulimia.
She will also offer insights on healthy living, esteem building, and positive decision making. .
Middle School students may participate in a poster contest sponsored by the Maryland Skin Cancer Prevention Program.
Students should illustrate how and why it is a good idea to protect skin from the sun’s damaging rays. Entries are due April 11th.
More information can be found at www.sunguardman.org. See Mrs. Shinsky for details.
Thank you Mrs. Shinsky for helping us with this important message on skin safety.
Congratulations to our 2010-2011 Letters About Literature Contest Maryland State finalists;
Riley Hanlon, Emily Craig, Zoey Aarons, Tori Thompson!
These students will be invited to the state awards ceremony at the Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore on Saturday April 16th.
Thank you to their teachers, Mrs. Coyle and Mrs. McNeilly for assisting these students in their applications.
Sixth and seventh grade students have been invited to a mixer at Loyola Blakefield on March 4th from 7-9 pm in Knott Hall. The cost is $5.00. No flip-flops or hats are allowed
NJHS is having a door decorating contest. Each advisory group decorates their door for spirit week. The following week (February 28th through March 4th) students decide which door they like best. There will be a collection box at every door and the door with the most money gets a prize. The money collected will go to the Women's Housing Coalition in Baltimore, Maryland. NJHS