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Scholarships 2018

What Day is it? A/B Rotation

Daily Announcements

Monday, May 21, 2018...A Day
Tuesday, May 22, 2018...B Day
Wednesday, May 23, 2018...A Day; AIM 30
Thursday, May 24, 2018...B Day
Friday, May 25, 2018...A Day


Amnesty International. This week we are doing the $50 fugitive. Each day we will give a fact about the current Myanmar genocide along with a clue about our mystery fugitive. See our Twitter @LedyardAmnesty or http://amnesty.srjannke.com for rules/details (you must follow the rules to win). 
Fact 1: At least 6,700 Rohingya, including at least 730 children under the age of five, were killed in the 1st month after the violence broke out.
Clue 1: One place the fugitive has always wanted to visit is Tonga. 

Water Week.
This week, YUGA wants to raise awareness about the issues surrounding water and its usage around the world. Each day, we’ll share a fact to get you thinking about this precious resource we too often take for granted.
MondayThe average African woman walks 3.7 miles a day to get clean water.

Class Elections. Attention students in grades 9, 10, and 11! If you are interested in running for class office for next year, you must come get the paperwork from Mr. Casertano this week in room 405. The paperwork must be completed and returned by this Friday, May 25, for you to be on the ballot. Elections will take place during AIM next Wednesday, May 30. 

Arts Night. Join us in celebrating our art students by attending an exhibition of over 300 pieces of artwork! The event is this Thursday, May 24, from 5-7pm in the 200s and 600s hallways. There will be a Bee Club fundraiser, art giveaways, resident artists, free food, and more! 

REPEATS:

Coffee House. As this year comes to an end, we have a lot to look forward to! In particular, our final Coffee House will be held outside in the courtyard on Thursday, May 24, from 7-9pm. Come and share your talents with your peers. Whether you want to sing, play an instrument, or read poetry, the Coffee House provides a supportive venue for you to showcase your talents. Sign up in Room 211 this week. Also, be sure to arrive early to enjoy our amazing Arts Night, beginning at 5:00pm!

Senior Trip. 
The June 4 class trip to High Meadow is quickly approaching. Be sure to have your permission slip signed and in hand before you purchase your ticket. Cost is $20 and includes all day activities, food, drink, and transportation. Go to http://www.highmeadowresort.com/Home to check out the activities! Tickets will be on sale during both lunches from 5/21-5/25.
Mrs. Folino's New York Trip. The trip that was cancelled due to snow on March 8 has been rescheduled for Thursday, June 7. The bus will be leaving at 6:00am and will be arriving back by 10:00pm. All those students signed up and paid for the previous trip will be going. If you can't attend, please see Mrs. Folino to help you find an alternative student to take your spot by May 21. Refunds will not be given!   Lip Sync Battle Auditions. The annual Lip Sync Battle will be held June 12 and we need performers! If you are interested in performing please contact lipsync@ledyard.net with your performance information (song and performers) by June 1! Auditions will be June 6 and 7 after school in Mr. Galante’s room. Please contact us if you have any questions. 

 



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