EAST NICOLAUS HIGH SCHOOL – DAILY BULLETIN March 22, 2012
The academic E-Application is out. The Academic E celebrates the well-rounded student, one who is involved both on and off campus, within the community, and additionally succeeds in his/her academics, showing all of the ESLRs. Please make sure you pick one up in Mrs. Heinberger’s room as soon as you can because they are due April 1st.
Prom bids are now being sold Tuesdays and Thursdays in the quad during lunch.
Detention will be held today in Mrs. Tsukamoto’s class from 3:15-4:15.
Be sure to exude your school spirit and wear red and white tomorrow.
Track Pictures are Friday at 2:15 on the Football Field. Athletes should pick up their picture packet from Coach Lorenson.
There will be a meeting for students interested in playing JV or Varsity Football on Friday at lunch in the gym.
Friday is the end of the 3rd quarter. Make sure you have all your work turned in for this quarter.
The East Nicolaus Theater Arts Program is proud to present William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Please come out and support us! Show dates are March 28th-March 31st. Show time is 6:30 PM. Tickets are on sale during lunch in Ms. Yocum’s classroom. A few tickets will be sold at the door. Cost is $5.00 for students with ASB cards or $7.00 for general admission. We look forward to sharing the product of our hard work with you. Thank you, The East Nicolaus Drama Troupe
Our school joins 25,000 schools nationwide in the Pennies for Patients Program. For the next few weeks, we will help people who are sick with blood cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. All you have to do is collect coins and other donations and put them in your class collection box. Remember that every penny counts. Our school goal is $1,500.00. Make sure to look for your class boxes.
George Washington may have been our first President, but he wasn’t the first president on a coin. In 1909, President Lincoln appeared on a one-cent coin and became the first real person, and the first president to appear on a US coin. Freshmen are still winning with $112.32, Sophomores maintain second with $53.96, Seniors round third with $27.55, and Juniors are still losing with $20.64.
Attention FFA members who plan on showing at the Yuba Sutter Fair, please make sure you sign up in Mrs. Goss’s room by Friday if you plan on showing at the Yuba Sutter Fair this year.