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  • VOICE OF DEMOCRACY:  The submission for the Voice of Democracy Essay Contest should be a 3-5 minute recorded essay on the following topic.  American History:  Our Hope for the Future.  Scholarship money is awarded to the winners with a maximum prize of $30.000.00 at the national level.  A typed copy along with a recorded CD must be turned in to Mr. Anderson by Friday, October 27th at 3:00 p.m. 


     

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  • NHS:  The application window for National Honor Society is now open.  You must apply during your Junior year to be considered for NHS membership.  Go to Mrs. Hammock's website for additional information and to access the application.  Deadline for your application is Tuesday, October 24, 2017. 


     

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  • ASVAB:  The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery otherwise known as the ASVAB will be held at Sault High on Wednesday, November 1st at 8:00 a.m.  Please sign up in the main office with Mrs. Roy by Wednesday, October 25th.  


     

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  • ATHLETIC PERMISSION SLIPS:  If you would like your child to drive home from a sporting event rather than taking the bus, please have the permission slip signed in the Athletic Office the day PRIOR to the event. 


     

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  • LAKE SUPERIOR STATE UNIVERSITY:   will be holding a FAFSA/Financial Aid night on Wednesday, October 25th at 6 pm in the Strahl Theater at Sault High.  LSSU's financial aid office will conduct a presentation about FAFSA, TIP and other financial resources for college.  Any senior who is planning to attend college (it doesn't have to be LSSU) really should attend.  Bring a parent!  This is a chance to get a lot of questions answered!  If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Kenn in the counseling office. 


     

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  • AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING: will be held Monday through Thursday from 3-4 in the library beginning Monday, September 25, 2017.  This program is for students requiring additional help with their class work and anyone who wants a quiet place to work on homework. 


     

     

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  • LOST AND FOUND:  Is located in the Library.  If you are missing an item please check for it in there.  It might take a day for items to be brought in by the custodians.  Valuables such as wallets, jewellry and phones are brought to the Front Office. 


     

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  • NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY:  A representative from Northern Michigan University will be on the main floor of the library at 1:00 p.m. on November 9th.  Any interested juniors or seniors are to get a pass in advance from Mrs. Roy in the Main Office. 


     

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  • HOMEWORK REQUESTS:  Students who have been out for two or more days can request homework by emailing their teachers directly.  The request should be made between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. so staff have an opportunity to prepare the work on their planning time.  Students who are out for only 1 day can make the work up when they return.   Please cc Mrs. Gregory so she is aware of the request for collection purposes. 


     

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  • LUNCH DELIVERY:  If you are delivering lunch to your student, please hand it directly to them at the time of their lunch through the lobby doors, not the secure entrance. Students are not allowed to run out to the car to get the delivery nor will they be allowed out of class to pick up food. Parents are the only people allowed to hand deliver food to a student.  Delivery of food and beverages is not allowed at any other time of the day. There are 2 lunch periods this year:  A lunch is from 11:45 - 12:15 and lunch is from 12:40 - 1:10.


     

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