• Dr. Herpy

April 22, 2015

CAFÉ MENU: Chicken Parmesan Sandwich HOT VEGGIE: Steamed Vegetables

SIDES: Mixed Green Salad, Broccoli

WEEKLY SANDWICH/SALAD: Chef Salad and Ham & Turkey Sub

TODAY: Drum out for the Trivia Club who qualified for the National Competition on May 29th.

CONGRATULATIONS TO:  John Coming, Corban Joyce, Matt Stanonis, Andrew Stanonis, Harrison Uveges, Paul Gray.

TODAY: Pre-registration for AP Exams will be held for Sophomores on Wednesday, April 22nd during homeroom in the Auditorium. Be sure to bring a #2 pencil with you.

TODAY:  Prom King and Queen Elections will be held during the lunch blocks.

Congratulations to this year’s prom court!
Aaliyah Morgan, Jacklyn Cifani, Victoria Doran, Caroline Kiley, Carlie Beal
Corban Joyce, Nick Lewis, Thomas Rastatter, Sam Obringer, Carmen Gianguzzo

TODAY: Get your tickets for PROM, don’t wait!  FRIDAY IS YOUR LAST DAY TO BUY TICKETS—NO EXCEPTIONS! It will be held at the Signature of Solon on Saturday, May 2. Tickets are $55 each and will be on sale during the lunch block beginning Monday, April 20, and concluding Friday, April 24. Guest forms need to be completed and approved before you can purchase a ticket. Sign-ups for table seating will also be available.

TODAY: Attention all Juniors and Seniors: After Prom invitations will be handed out during lunch on Wednesday, April 22 and Thursday, April 23. Please stop by our table and pick up your invitation and see what the theme is this year.

Tickets will be on sale for after prom Monday-Friday, the week of the 27th. TICKETS $20 (checks payable to KHS After prom)

SENIORS! Don’t forget to turn in any outstanding community service hours you may have completed during your high school career. Make sure it’s on the new form with the location you volunteered for noted, the supervisor’s name and contact information and signature. Bring to Guidance by Friday, April 24. Those who have accumulated over 60 hours will receive a community service award at the senior awards assembly and an honors cord to wear at graduation. The award will be listed on your transcript and in the commencement program.

SENIORS! The Senior Project list is posted on the Guidance window. Please check the list for your name and details. If you are going on Mentorship and don’t see your name listed, see Mrs. Hanzak immediately. That means we have not received ANY paperwork to date and you are not approved for Mentorship.
Also, interim grades ended Friday, April 17. Grades will be posted by April 22. Those grades will determine eligibility for your senior project.

THURSDAY: There will be a VERY important meeting for all students who had Mrs Wirthwein for AP US history Thursday morning before school. If you can only come to one review – make it this one!!

NEXT WEEK: Attention all Seniors. There will be a meeting a in the auditorium on Monday, April 27 during HR. All seniors must attend for graduation and mentorship information. Auburn Career seniors must also attend this meeting.

On Tuesday, April 28 the senior field trip “Your Life Your Choice” will take place at Parkside. All senior students will report to cafeteria after 1st block. Upon return, about 12:30 PM, students will have lunch and then report to the senior assembly in the auditorium. Please dress appropriately for the occasion!  Do not wear t-shirts or sweat shirts.  See Mr. Gabram if you have any questions. 

There will be a quick Spanish Club meeting during homeroom in room C216 (Senorita Verbic’s classroom) on Wednesday, April 29th. Please come! Mira!!!! 

NEW!  Dominion Diversity Scholarship Program Summer 2016 is for graduating seniors or current college students who will graduate from college in 2017 or later. Must have a 3.0 GPA, be a full-time college student in fall 2015 at an accredited two- or four-year college. If accepted, students must commit to a paid 10-12 week intern work session during the 2016 summer session. Students will receive a $5,000 scholarship after they’ve completed the summer work session and submitted their final transcripts for the 2015-2016 academic year in college. Deadline to apply is May 31, 2015. Visit www.dom.com/careers for info and application.


*STUDENTS! There will be a FREE VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIR for the state of Ohio April 20-25 ONLINE. Log on now to register at www.collegefairsonline.com and click on the students tab BEFORE the fair begins. Any time during April 20-25 you can log on and get information from many colleges. There will be a question and answer session at each booth from college reps.


*Geauga Department of Job and Family Services sponsors a Summer Youth Employment Program for ages 16 to 24. Work at participating Geauga employers mid-May through August and earn $9.00/hour. Contact 440-285-1122 or www.geaugajfs.org.

*Any seniors planning to work in healthcare – there’s a great opportunity for you to kick start your career.
Golden Living Center in Kirtland offers a FREE 11-day State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) class with hands-on practice and testing all on site. Once you complete the course and successfully pass the Ohio STNA test, Golden Living has a job for you.
Classes are held monthly. Apply onsite at Golden Living Center, 9685 Chillicothe Road, Kirtland. For more information, call Mim Thurman at 440-256-8100.

*Attention Writers! The Geauga Park District 20th annual NATURE WRITING CONTEST is underway: deadline is Monday, May 11. The contest accepts poetry and prose entries in three age groups: 11 and under, 12-17 and 18 and over. There are cash prizes and Chapbooks for the winners. Applications online at http://bit.ly/gradwriting2015 or hard copies in Guidance. See Guidance for more details.

*The Guidance Department regularly posts area employment opportunities. If you’re looking for part-time or summer employment, be sure to check the job board!

*Creative Artists Association Annual Portfolio Competition SCHOLARSHIP is available for any student planning in majoring in art education at college or an art school. Portfolios must be DROPPED off at Wildwood Cultural Center in Mentor from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, April 20 through NOON on April 24. CDs may be mailed or delivered to arrive no later than April 23. Paper applications are in Guidance.