FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016
The Notre Dame Improv team is being revived for evening performances in December. All ND students are eligible to audition for this team and you don’t have to be currently enrolled in theatre classes. So, if you’re interested in either performing or working tech, come by the theatre and sign up for next week’s auditions on Monday and Tuesday after school.
Attention Knights! Tickets to the Homecoming Dance will be on sale at lunch in the Quad. Tickets are $50 per couple and $25 for a single. Guest passes are available in the main office. Be sure to buy your tickets, and remember Knights, “There's No Place Like Homecoming.”
Jamba Juice is back! NDTV will be selling Jamba Juice for $4 during lunch in the quad. Stop by for a cool refreshing drink.
There is detention tomorrow at 8:00am.
Calling all members and nonmembers of Hispanic Club! Have you turned in your money for Hispanic Club sweatshirts yet? If not, please turn it in to seniors Alexa Torres or Jesus Padilla today or tomorrow, at the end of lunch, in front of room 7.
There is a Thirst Club meeting Monday, October 24, in room 72 at 1:30 to discuss leadership positions and fundraising plans. If you have any questions, contact seniors Andrea Campo and Gabby Solamo.
Anime club will be showing the second episode “Haikyuu” today in room 12 at lunch, all are welcome. Hope to see you there.
The Knights of Wall Street are back, up and running! We will be hosting our first meeting in Room 15 on Monday, October 24, at 1:30 during X-Period. If you have any questions, please see senior Amir Eskandari or Benjamin Savoy. Refreshments and cookies will be served.
Attention all sophomores, come to the Holy Cross Center lawn today during lunch to enjoy good music and conversation with your friends. Sophomore ASB will be selling a slice of pizza and one Otter Pop for $4. Hope to see you there!
Attention all Juniors and Seniors: The presidential debates are over and Election Day - November 8th - is approaching. What better way to see the results of this election than to attend the Washington D.C. Close Up trip in February 2017? You can still sign up to be a part of an experience where you will meet students from all over this great nation and experience "democracy boot camp." Email Mr. Woolery at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2016-2017 Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs Business Concept Competition will be held on February 25, 2017 at Vistamar School in Los Angeles. In this competition students form teams of two to four people with a Team Advisor guiding them through the process. The top team from each track, Business and Social, advances to the semi-finals and joins teams from around the world to pitch their business concept at the Youth Entrepreneurship Summit (YES). The regional winners receive $1,000 to help with travel expenses to YES, which takes place during the first week of April 2017 at the University of Delaware. Winners at the YES competition share in a prize pool of $100,000. For more information log onto http://www.diamondchallenge.org or see your counselor today. All students are invited to participate.
Tryouts for girls soccer will be held today, Friday 3:30-6:30 and Monday 6-9pm Please plan to come on both days