January 25, 2017
Club Unidos is meeting on Thursday, January 26 @ 3:45 p.m. in Student Services. We will be discussing our upcoming events and activities. All interested students are welcome to attend!"
Do you want to help children in developing countries around the world gain access to a better education? If so, come help support Pencils of Promise by going to Panda Express at Highway 92 and Trickum Road next Friday, February 3rd anytime between 4 PM - 11 PM! Stay tuned for details on this Friday's Morning Buzz.
Please stop by the AP Office today to sign up to host building tours tomorrow evening (Thursday, January 26) for our Rising 9th Grade Information night. We need 25 student volunteers. You must be available from 6:15 – 8:15 tomorrow evening and can earn service hours for your participation.
Attention all AP students it is time for you to register for your AP exam. Please visit: www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/112625 to complete your exam registration. All AP exam registrations must be completed by March 1st. See Ms. Kirk in the Student Services office if you have questions.
Balfour will be here Tuesday, January 31st during the lunches to take orders for Graduation Announcements and Caps and Gowns. Cap and Gown orders are $55.00. Also any student who would like to order a Letter Jacket should bring their letter and $100.00 deposit.
Are you considering Gwinnet Tech? Come hear what they have to offer this Thursday. Be sure you sign up through Student Services.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) is inviting 9th and 10th grade students to participate in their Ready to Lead (R2L) Atlanta event which will be held on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at Georgia State University from 8 am. to 3:30 p.m. The event will consist of college planning and readiness workshops, leadership development, and a mentoring session with local community leaders and professionals. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Visit http://chci.org/programs/r2l/r2l_registration/ to register. Attending an R2L event could lead to future acceptance in the summer program in Washington DC.! Please see Ms. Johnson in the AP office if you have questions.
Applications for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's summer high school program R2LNextGen, are now available online! R2LNextGen is a week-long leadership and civic engagement program for current high school juniors. The program, which takes place July 23-July 28, 2017 in Washington, D.C., is completely FREE of charge to all selected student participants. Visit http://chci.org/programs/r2l_nextgen/atlanta/ for eligibility requirements and to apply. Applications must be submitted by Friday, March 17, 2017.
The Interact Club is collecting supplies and letters for the platoon of Roswell High School alumni, Harrison Florence, Class of 2010. He graduated from West Point in 2014. Second Lieutenant Florence is currently deployed at Camp Humphreys in the Korean Theatre of Operations and serving as the Attack Platoon Leader of Bravo Company, 4-2 Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade. Please bring hand-written letters for Harrison and his platoon and the following supplies: sugarless chewing gum, energy bars, small packages of coffee, throat lozenges, lip balm, beef jerky, paper, pens, envelopes and all types of toiletries to Coach Chrzanowski's room F108 and place in the box. Please help us honor one of our own by bringing in these supplies and letters no later than Friday, January 27.
The school store has a new location! We are now in the auditorium concession area and are open every morning from 7:45-8:15.
The Varsity boys took their 18th win at Walton last night to stay undefeated in the Region and secure a spot in the state tournament. The Hornets travel to Etowah this Friday, then return home to the Nest next week before the region tournament.
Congratulations to the Lady hornets for a region win over Walton last night. Kasey Cwalina had a game high 22 points to help the hornets seal the win.