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Sophomore Council discusses Lip Sync

Marissa Ho

February 15, 2017

Choreographers for Lip Sync were invited to the class meeting to discuss the dance. The theme and songs have been decided on and details are in discussion. The council photo was taken today for the yearbook.

NTHS hosts week of workshops

Arielle Hutchinson

February 8, 2017

The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) will be holding workshops throughout the week of Feb. 6. Each workshop will be held by different members of NTHS, and will highlight a different technical skill each day. The workshops varied from resume writing to branding and logo design. Junior and NTH...

SkillsUSA members registered for competitons

Ebenezer Shim

February 7, 2017

SkillsUSA held a meeting in Room 107 to handle online registration for state competitions that will begin in March and carry into April. All accounts were made on behalf of club members by council members with a generic password, and club members were asked to log into those accounts and update their...

Junior class meets to discuss Battle of the Bands

Arielle Hutchinson

February 7, 2017

The junior class met to split into committees for the next major class fundraiser and to gather donors for the next exit sale. After getting cancelled last year, the Class of 2018 received approval to revive Battle of the Bands. President Samara Ghali of Colts Neck will handle food, Vice President Kyle...

CCC gives final announcements for Special Olympics

Arielle Hutchinson

February 3, 2017

The Cultural Communications Club (CCC) held a mandatory meeting to discuss final preparations for Special Olympics, as well as to encourage CCC members to pre-order for one of the new modified breakfast sales in adviser and Spanish teacher Sabina Campbell's absence. Anyone who needs to cancel for a shift...

Lit Mag opens sign-ups for Project WriteNow

Marissa Ho

January 31, 2017

The prompt from last week’s meeting was holy/unholy and illuminate. Club members read pieces they wrote relating to the prompt. Sign-ups were opened for the free writing workshop that will be hosted by the Lit Mag, called Project WriteNow. The workshop will take place on Feb. 21, immediately after ...

SGA accepts new fundraising proposals

Shannon Damiano

January 23, 2017

The Student Government Association (SGA) met on Jan. 23 to discuss three class proposals for fundraisers and events. The class of 2018 proposed a Battle of the Bands competition and the seniors proposed a Chipotle fundraiser and also asked for clarification regarding a car wash scheduled in May. SGA...

Lit Mag plans writing workshop

Marissa Ho

January 23, 2017

The prompt for this week's Lit Mag meeting was “something positive” or any poetry piece club members felt like sharing. The prompts for next week’s meeting are “illuminate” and “holy vs. unholy.” Lit Mag will be holding a writing workshop, called Project WriteNow, on Feb. 21 in Room 14...

NHS informs juniors and seniors of upcoming blood drive

Emma Wilenta

January 18, 2017

The National Honor Society (NHS) will be hosting the annual Blood Drive on Feb. 28. Today, the club held an assembly during second period in the cafeteria to educate students on donation requirements. Prospective donors must be a junior or senior and weigh at least 120 pounds. All donors must hand in...

SkillsUSA collects final competition payments

Andrew Wang

January 18, 2017

At this week's SkillsUSA meeting, the council collected the final payment of $50 that were due for competitions, which will be taking place during March and April. The last of conferences were held following the meeting for all individuals and teams that would be competing. After payments were turned...

CCC prepares for month without adviser

Arielle Hutchinson

January 18, 2017

The Cultural Communications Club (CCC) held a mandatory meeting to discuss the next four weeks with club members as the club's adviser Sabina Campbell will be absent for the next four weeks. As a result, CCC members are encouraged to continue attending meetings as well as purchase and donate to breakfast...

Sophomore class prepares for next fundraiser

Marissa Ho

January 18, 2017

The Sophomore Council is selling pancakes and drinks on Monday, Jan. 23. Donations for paper goods, foods, drinks, and utensils are welcome. Money donated to history teacher and advisers Sharyn O’Keefe and Jeanine Gomez will also be accepted. Two pancakes and a drink are being sold for $3 for the ...

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