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           January 06, 2017

     

     

    In the news…. 

    • Boys’ soccer players – Conditioning for boys’ soccer has started! Meet outside the boys’ locker room after school on Monday through Thursday. Get in shape, meet the other players, and begin preparing for the 2017 season. For a calendar and more information about boys’ soccer, see Mr. Suhm in room 428.
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    • The semester is ending soon. We’ve got help for you to finish strong. The library is open late with tutors here to help! Monday till 5 and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday until 6. Please come for tutoring and to use the computers and printers. If you stay in the library after school, you get a free bus pass.
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    • Eisenhower Running start night is Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Library. Students and parents interested in learning more about Running Start should attend Running Start Information night.  This is an opportunity available for sophomores and juniors to get their questions answered and to learn about YVCC opportunities for college credit while in high school.  Students are able to attend Running Start during their Junior and Senior year.  Please come to the Library at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 for more information.
    • Attention Seniors…

     

    • Please get your senior pictures to Mr. DeWitt. The NEW deadline is February 24th. If you are not getting pictures taken, let us take them for you. Look for the signup sheets next week in room 310.
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    • Speaking of yearbook, you must purchase your yearbook by Jan. 23rd. There will NOT be any yearbooks available for sale after that date. Jan. 23rd.   Don’t be left out. Let’s earn that yearbook signing party for this spring!”
    • Are you a senior planning to attend Central Washington University, Yakima Valley College, Western Washington University, or the University of Washington-Tacoma in the fall? Don't miss the opportunity to be a Ready to Rise Scholar! Ready to Rise is a new program that offers students a supportive network, internships, powerful workshops and a $500 stipend. If you need help with applying by the Feb. 1st deadline or have questions please visit Catti Villanueva in the commons during your lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 10th or stop by the Career Center on Wednesday, Jan. 11th anytime from 8:00 a.m.-2:35 p.m. The Ready to Rise application can be found online at www.readytorise.org
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    • Do you plan on attending a community college, four year college/university, or technical college after graduation? No matter your choice, help is here! Get assistance with your college and scholarship applications, your personal statements, registering for the SAT/ACT, completing your FAFSA, doing a career interest inventory, and getting your general questions answered. There will be help sessions in the Career Center every Wednesday from 2:35 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you have any questions, please stop by to see Yolanda in the Career Center.

     

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