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September 20, 2017 - Daily Announcements

 
JVS

A FEW REMINDERS as we start the school year:

• All students SHOULD BE IN UNIFORM. Those newly ordered will be delivered as soon as they are received. In the meantime, students who DO NOT YET have their uniforms should be wearing school uniforms pants and a school-appropriate shirt. No jeans, shorts, skirts, leggings, or jeggings are allowed.

• Breakfast and lunch are served every day in Quarry Room A. Breakfasts are $1.75 and lunches are $3.25. If you applied for the JVS/Sodexo lunch program, those applications should already be approved. If you need an application, please see the cashiers in the lunch line. If you have any questions about the lunch program, please ask one of the Sodexo representatives in Quarry Room A.

Financial Aid Night – September 20th in Quarry Room A 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Who should attend? All seniors and their Parents/Guardians. We will provide information on: The financial aid process, FAFSA completion, grants, local scholarships, and loans.

ASSOCIATE SCHOOL NEWS: COPIES OF DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE ASSOCIATE SCHOOLS CAN BE SEEN IN THE DISPLAY CASES IN QUARRY ROOM B.


The Lorain County JVS Choir will be holding their practices every Tuesday afterschool (2:30-3:30pm) in Mrs. Hill’s Room – E203. If you are musically inclined, please come join the JVS Choir!

As part of the JVS' Safe Driving Initiative this year, September is Excessive Speed/Drag Racing Month. Please submit a selfie or poster message to Mrs. Petitti, Principal at jpetitti@lcjvs.net. The committee will choose a winner to talk on the radio next month.

* Community service opportunity available to all students. Walk to End Alzheimer's is looking for volunteers for their September 23rd walk in Downtown Oberlin. See Mrs. Meadows for details.

LCCC is hosting 30th annual College Fair Thursday October 5th 6-7:30 in the Ewing Activities Center 1005 N. Abbe Rd. Elyria. More than 100 Colleges, Universities and Military Academies will have representatives.

Avon: Avon's Fall Play Auditions for A Midsummer Night's Dream are announced. One of William Shakespeare's most beloved comedies, this play includes lovers, fairies, magic potions, and the most famous play-within-a-play ever written. Auditions will be held from 3:30pm-5:00pm in the AHS auditorium on Tuesday, September 19th, and Wednesday, September 20th. Copies of the script are available in the main office; pick up a script, read it, and bring it to one of the two auditions. Break a leg!

The Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship is available to students, whose Parents or Grand Parents are Elk Members. The application is available online at www.eng.elks.org/mvs. The deadline for this Scholarship is November 27, 2017. There are many Elk Lodges participating in this scholarship. Elyria Lodge #465 is also participating in a district scholarship competition contact John Radolec Elyria Lodge #465, Scholarship Chairman 440-387-3109. Stop into Student Services for more information.

The National Guard will be here Wednesday, September 20, 2017 for lunch time presentations in Quarry Room B.

Summer interns, just a reminder, a celebration of your success will take place Thursday September 21st during your lunch periods in Activity Room B catered by Lorenzos. We look forward to seeing you.


 
Amherst

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Amherst announcement shows are posted daily by 11am on both our YouTube channel and on our Facebook page. Just go to YouTube and search Steele News Live and click on the proper date. As for the Facebook page, it's updated multiple times daily, has our entire episodes, has individual stories that can be viewed independently, and other info. The page is updated every time we have a show. They can also be viewed at 10am, 3pm, 6pm, and 11pm on Warner 97 in Amherst. We can also be followed on Twitter@SteeleNewsLive.

Homecoming tickets will be sold at the JVS on Wednesday, Sept. 27th. Tickets are $5. You must have your student ID to purchase tickets. All Amherst students will have an early release on Thursday, Sept. 28th to attend the Homecoming pep rally.


 
Avon

Avon Local Schools announcements can be found by going to: http://www.avonlocalschools.org/students/announcements-high

Avon's Fall Play Auditions for A Midsummer Night's Dream are announced. One of William Shakespeare's most beloved comedies, this play includes lovers, fairies, magic potions, and the most famous play-within-a-play ever written. Auditions will be held from 3:30pm-5:00pm in the AHS auditorium on Tuesday, September 19th, and Wednesday, September 20th. Copies of the script are available in the main office; pick up a script, read it, and bring it to one of the two auditions. Break a leg!


Want to get important updates regarding LCJVS and Avon High School? Sign up for your school’s REMIND text/email messaging system! Just send the message “@avonj” to (330)272-9543 or visit www.remind.com/join/avonj to sign up!

Auditions for Avon’s fall play, A Midsummer Night's Dream will be held from 3:30pm-5:00pm in the AHS auditorium today and tomorrow. One of William Shakespeare's most beloved comedies, the play includes lovers, fairies, magic potions, and the most famous play-within-a-play ever written. Copies of the script are available in Avon High School’s Administrative Office; pick up a script, read it, and bring it to one of the auditions!

Attention Avon Seniors! You will want to be part of the senior composite, the yearbook, and have your photo displayed at graduation. Now’s the time. AHS has flyers available with dates and deadlines and information regarding senior portraits, the panoramic picture, and your baby pictures.. Avon’s JVS seniors should stop in at AHS, call, or email Mrs. Magee at magees@avoneagles.com to get all the details about senior photos. The deadline for seniors to have baby pictures and photos completed is Halloween.

There's no place like homecoming! This year, Avon's homecoming theme is the Wizard of Oz. Avon’s homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th at 7:00pm the Avon High School main gym. Dress is semi-formal. Appropriate attire and a valid school ID is required for entry. Homecoming tickets are just $20 and will go on sale from Monday, September 25th - Wednesday, October 4th. Tickets will be available for JVS students in the Administrative Office beginning next week. Visiting Date Guest Forms can be found in the Administrative Office beginning today, September 19th, and must be approved prior to ticket sales.


Happy Birthday Avon High School students!
Monday, September 18th: Krista Ramser!
Tuesday, September 19th: Logan Shmelter, and Michael Trahey
Wednesday, September 20th: Andrew Daymut, Michaela O'Hara, Halle Peters, Kayla Pocos, Shontez Stubbs, and Alex Waters!
Thursday, September 21st: Hailey Catino, Stephen Danczak, Jessica Dean, Elijah Kocsis, and Joshua Rattay!
Friday, September 22nd: Emilyn Rothschiller, and Connor Walsh!
Saturday, September 23rd: No student birthdays at this date.
Sunday, September 24th: Suvojoti Barua, Emily Brassell, Christian Porter, Sarah Talmage, and Adam Volpi!


 
Avon Lake

Want to get important updates regarding LCJVS and Avon Lake High School? Sign up for your school’s REMIND text/email messaging system! Just send the message “@alhs-jvs” to (567)302-2980 or visit www.remind.com/join/alhs-jvs to sign up!

The Avon Lake homecoming Dance is Saturday, October 7th at 7 pm. Ticket sales will be at Avon Lake high school Sept 25th through October 5th.

Clubs and Organizations

Yearbook!
Those interested in Yearbook committee, please sign up with remind 81010 text @alhsy. We will be posting meeting times and events there. See Mrs. Rudkin rm 244 with any questions. If you like to take pictures and do digital photobooks, Yearbook is for you!!

Pep Club!
Interested in helping promote school spirit and plan fun events for the school? Sign up for pep club on remind 81010 @avonlakep. See the Pep club board for events.
See Mrs. Rudkin rm 244 with any questions. We are looking forward to a fun and exciting new year, all welcome.

Freshman class!
Attention Class of 2021, please sign up on remind to get information for freshman class events this year. Remind 81010 @2021classa. Homecoming is around the corner and we will have events the whole week. See Mrs. Rudkin Rm 244 for any questions.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Please see the Job Postings board outside the Guidance Office for job opportunities.

It’s that time of year again! Homecoming! Tickets for the Homecoming dance (all grades) will go on sale September 25th in the high school commons during lunch periods. This year’s theme is Golden Age of Hollywood. Ticket prices are $14.00/person. Please remember, all students fees must be paid, or arrangements to pay, prior to purchasing a ticket. Please check your PowerSchool account if you are unsure if your fees are paid. If you have questions about fees, please see an assistant principal.

Peter Sklar, renowned talent agent, will be presenting a lecture entitled, “What’s Your Real?” on Monday, September 25th at 7:00 pm in the Dr. Daniel B. Ross Performing Arts Center at Avon Lake High School. Sklar will explain why his views are in synch with the needs of top New York and Hollywood agents and casting directors, as well as college admission boards, and job interviewers in virtually all fields. Every major employer knows – in and out of the arts – that success is all about who you are, not what you can do. Whether becoming a dancer, doctor, crime scene investigator, marine biologist, or whatever, qualities like talent, looks, connections, luck, passion, perseverance, and all the so-called attributes of success actually have very little to do with who “makes it” in life and who doesn’t. During Peter's talk, the kids and parents in the audience will learn exactly what this means. They will also learn what to do about it. And while they're learning, they'll have fun! Peter's speaking style is highly informal and interactive. RSVP to patricia.frank@avonlakecityschools.org. Students under 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult.


 
Brookside

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Brookside students will have a meeting September 20, 2017 at 8:00 am in Lecture Room A to vote for homecoming.


Mrs. McNichols will be in the Quarry Room area selling Homecoming Tickets on October 4th during Lunch periods. Dance Quest Forms are available in JVS Student Services. Please turn in forms early to have your application approved. See Ms. Gleason if you have any questions.

Brookside Students get your Cardinal Bowl 2017 t-shirts for $10.00. Checks can be made out to Brookside High. See Mrs. Keller at Brookside to make an order.

Sheffield/Sheffield Lake Schools/Brookside High School announcements can be found by going to: http://www.sheffieldschools.org/brooksidehighschool_home.aspx

Brookside High School video announcements can be found by going to: http://www.esenetworks.com/profile.aspx?id=63445


 
Clearview

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HOMECOMING GUEST

If you’re bringing a guest to Homecoming that does NOT attend CHS, please pick up a “guest form” in the Main Office. These forms must be returned no later than Wednesday, September 27th.

DRESSES

Ladies...if you are in need of a Homecoming dress and accessories for FREE, please see Mrs. Howard or Mrs. Kazel. Cinderella's Closet is taking appointments for girls for Homecoming. Appointments are available Saturday, September 23rd.

Words of Wisdom: “Do not wish to be anything but what you are, and try to be that perfectly,”
DRAMA

PARKING

All students who drive to school must obtain a parking pass from the office. This includes those students who attend LCCC and JVS.

COUNSELOR REMIND

Students sign up for Remind Texts from Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Kazel. Don't miss out on important announcements. Text: @chsguide97 To: 81010

HOMECOMING GUEST

If you’re bringing a guest to Homecoming that does NOT attend CHS, please pick up a “guest form” in the Main Office. These forms must be returned no later than Wednesday, September 27th.

FRESHMAN OFFICERS

Freshman officers have been elected! The results are in! Congratulations to all who ran and all who were elected! Your new officers are as follows:

Treasurer: Annee Close
Secretary: Arriana Noble
Vice President: Mya English
And your brand-new Freshman class of 2021 president is... Taina Washington!!

Listen to announcements later this week for a short organizational meeting after school.

HOMECOMING GUEST

If you’re bringing a guest to Homecoming that does NOT attend CHS, please pick up a “guest form” in the Main Office. These forms must be returned no later than Wednesday, September 27th.

DRESSES

Ladies...if you are in need of a Homecoming dress and accessories for FREE, please see Mrs. Howard or Mrs. Kazel. Cinderella's Closet is taking appointments for girls for Homecoming. Appointments are available Saturday, September 23rd.


 
Columbia

Want to get important updates regarding LCJVS and Columbia High School? Sign up for your school’s REMIND text/email messaging system! Just send the message "@chs-lcjvs' to 81010

Columbia seniors have a meeting with Ms. Neff at 8:00am on Wednesday, Sept. 20th, in Lecture Room B.

Attention Seniors: Homecoming is fast approaching and tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 20, you will have the opportunity to place your vote for homecoming candidates. JVS seniors will vote at the JVS with Miss Neff at your Columbia class meeting. HS seniors will vote during all lunch periods. If you are not available at those times see Ms. Scott to get your ballot and vote. Homecoming Court will be announced on Friday.
If you plan to take a guest who does not attend Columbia to the dance on Saturday, October 7. You must complete an out of town guest form. They are available in the main office or online


Sports News: All girls interested in playing basketball this season: Open gym will be Wednesday from 7:30 - 8:30 at the high school.

Attention girls interested in playing Winter softball: The sign up to be included in Columbia Winter softball at the Brunswick Bat Cages is in the main office. The session begins Nov. 2. Typically games are played on the weekends. Please sign up as soon as possible.
Sports News: The Raider Varsity Football team defeated Keystone Friday night 48 to 34. After Keystone took the opening kickoff down the field and scored to make it 8-0, and then forcing a 3 and out, Logan Wos got angry. He took it upon himself to fake a punt and ran 19 yards on a 4th and 18 from the Columbia 30 yard line and ignited a spark in the Raiders that led to a 21-8 halftime lead. Brandon Coleman was a beast Friday, rushing for 270 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also had 12 tackles, an interception return for a touchdown, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a 2 point conversion. It was a remarkable effort. The offensive line showed signs of coming together as well as Wos, Nick Milluzzi, Nolan Miller, Matt Caraballo and Carson Heidecker contributed a ton to Coleman's big night. Adam Alten came up huge as well subbing in at fullback and wearing out Wildcat defenders. Danny Snakovsky led the team in tackles. The Raiders take on Buckeye at home on Friday. Hoping for a big crowd.
The boys cross country team took 13th out of 40 teams at the Spartan Invitational this weekend. Leading the way for the Raiders were Matt Pettegrew 20th and Jared Swartz 75th Place. Also scoring for the Raiders were Jeff Corrigan 105th, Brian Barta 137th, Kevin Barta 140th, Zak Zeinert 177th, and Josh Morlock 207th. Kevin's time was his career best. For the girls team Karlie smick placed 206th, Kaitlin Pettegrew was 238th, and Hope Swartz was 272nd. Kaitlin and hope both ran career best times.


 
Elyria

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Girls Basketball:

The Girls Basketball open gym time has been changed to 6:00-7:30pm this Wednesday.

Freshmen and New students
The first Drama Club meeting is this Wednesday in room 118 immediately after school. No experience in theatre is necessary, just a desire to be creative and have fun!

Apple Art Contest:

Congrats to the High School winners of the Apple Art Contest over the Weekend!!! Great Job, Keep Creating!!!!! Most Creative: 1st -Grace Johnson, 2nd – Sierra Carpenter, 3rd – Christopher Kostal
Best use of Color: 1st – Sarah Schneider, 2nd - Alexandra Lucas, 3rd – Ae-Cha Ward.
Best Message: 1st – Halena Bliss, 2nd – Rylie McDonald, 3rd – Keeon Green.

Yearbook Staff

If you are interested in being on the Yearbook Staff this year, please attend a meeting in Room 232 on Tuesday, Sept. 19th at 2:40. The meeting will be brief. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Hammond.
Science Olympiad:

If you are interested in joining the Science Olympiad team, we will have an information meeting on Tuesday, September 19th at 2:45pm in Room 238 and also on Wednesday, September 20th at 7:30 am in Room 238. You only need to attend one of these meetings.


 
Firelands

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The freshman volleyball team remained undefeated over the weekend as they beat Lorain and North Ridgeville. In the game against Lorain, Shawny Hess served 12/12 with 8 aces, and Ashlee McGuire
served 11/11 with 4 aces. Madison Sutton led the team in kills with 4, while Paiton Widener dug up 6 balls, and Maddy Van Cooney and Emma McCrann each had 4 digs. Against North Ridgeville, Maddy Van Cooney had 4 kills, and Paiton Widener and Ashlee McGuire each added 3 kills. Widener also had 11 digs, while McCrann had 8 digs. Megan Sutton served 3 aces.
JV volleyball improved to 9-0 this weekend after beating Lorain and North Ridgeville. Stat leaders include Emily Stewart with 17 kills, Jasmin Schuler with 11 kills, Lauren Widener with 20 digs, Jocelyn Moquete with 18 digs, and Brooklyn Ollis with 16 digs. Way to go girls
The girls’ soccer team improved to 5-2-1 with a win over Columbia on Saturday. Multiple players scored for the Falcons. Isabel Solowiej put them on the board first scoring on a penalty kick. Lexi McCrary, Leah Songer, and Peyton Phillips each added to the score in the first half. McCrary had the
lone goal in the second half giving her a total of two for the day. Alessandra Davis and Peyton Phillips each had an assist. The Falcons were able to get every player into the game for some varsity time and
experience. Up next for the girls is Brooklyn on Wednesday.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:
Emily Campbell
PARKING PASSES: We will sell parking passes starting September 5th. Forms are in the main office, and the passes cost $10.00 JVS Students need to purchase an FHS pass this year, as the JVS will no longer honor our parking passes

Girls basketball open gyms will start on Tuesday from 7-830 pm at FHS, any girls not participating in a fall sport is highly encouraged to attend. You may pick up the open gym schedule in Coach Kudela's classroom.

Attention: the link for ordering sports decals and signs is now available on the website. Orders can be placed at any time.

The freshman volleyball team remains undefeated after beating Buckeye last night 25-22 and 25-11.
They rallied back from a 19-22 deficit in the first set and continued strong the rest of the match!
Leading the falcons were Maddy VanCooney with 5 kills, including one block kill, 6 digs, and 4 aces.
Shawny Hess and Gwyn Conibear each had 3 kills, one block kill, 4 digs, and 3 aces. Ashlee McGuire
served 6 aces and set 10 assists.
JV volleyball improved to 7-0 after their win against buckeye last night. Stat leaders include holly
Eberhardt with 5 kills, Nina Delgado with 7 digs, and Jocelyn Moquete with 15 assists. Way to go girls!
Firelands Varsity Volleyball fell to Buckeye in 3 sets last night.
Stat leaders for the Falcons were Sam Walcott with 6 kills, Emily Squires with 5 kills, and Briana
Bowyer and Kristin DeWitt with 4 kills each. Hannah Reynolds had 21 digs and McKenna Turton had 3
aces.
The JV and varsity girls soccer teams both lost to Gilmour Academy last night. All players gave it their
all. Alyssa Danicki scored during the JV game and Lexi McCrary scored during the varsity. The girls
play next on Saturday against Columbia at home.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:
Sam Dennis
Sarah Drury
Taylor Kenska
Mallory Mayer


 
Keystone

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Class of 2017 yearbooks are in! If you would still like to purchase a copy, extras are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Bring $75.00 cash or check to Mr. Hogue before or after school.


 
Midview

Want to get important updates regarding LCJVS and Midview High School? Sign up for your school’s REMIND text/email messaging system! Just send the message “@midviewj” to (330)272-9543 or visit www.remind.com/join/midviewj to sign up!
Students interested in trying out for the fall play: Auditions will be held tomorrow and Thursday backstage starting at 5:00. Audition sign-up sheets will be posted outside of the choir room as well as the monologue you’ll need to memorize for auditions. Also, there will be a parent meeting at 4:00 in the Choir room tonight as a general information update for all interested parents. Check Facebook and Twitter for more information.
Are you interested in learning more about another culture? Would you like to share your American lifestyle with a teenager from France? If so, please join us on Tuesday, September 26th at 6:00 in room 104 to find out how you can host a French teenager during 2nd semester. We'll also talk about how to be an exchange student to France this coming June. We’ll be answering questions, completing applications, and speaking with former participants. See Madame Miller with questions.
Midview offseason baseball workouts will begin today at 4:00. Boys in grades 9-12, not already in a fall sport, should plan to attend. Meet outside at the field, and contact Coach Ratica if you have any questions.
Soccer: The Midview Girls’ Soccer team beat Parma on Saturday 5-0. Scoring for the middies were Colleen Benton, Lexie Hamm, Mallory Homoki, Sara Liszeski, and Stephanie Sturgeon. Great win ladies
Sophomores and juniors: The PSAT test will take place October 11th at 7:30 a.m. All 10th and 11th graders thinking about attending college should register. It’s a great way to practice for the SAT, enter into scholarship programs, and receive college information. The cost of the test is $16.00 and checks should be made payable to Midview High School. There are a limited amount of fee waivers available to 11th graders. You’ll receive a practice booklet when you register and submit payment. There are a limited number of seats available, so sign-up in Student Services today!

Magic Gives Back": On Sunday October 22 at LCCC's Stocker Center, the Midview Band will be hosting the "Magic Gives Back". World- Renowned Magician Rick Smith Jr. puts on an amazing show. Tickets can be purchased on the "magicgivesback.com" websites. Stay tuned now for a preview of Rick Smith’s magic show.


 
North Ridgeville

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Oberlin

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OBERLIN "Daily Announcements" get updated as new announcements come in at
http://www.oberlin.k12.oh.us/Domain/11
"Today's announcements are also available online at:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/17V3QKijE-azZFkaiPmzlVfWQa_vNO33lunEmLQfY1Xo/edit?pli=1

Art Club
Art club will hold its’ first meeting this Wednesday, after school in the art room (#301). If you are interested in learning more about our club, and want to help plan this year’s events, please plan on attending this short informational meeting.

STUDENT FORMS
Reminder to all students! Please bring in all of your annual forms! They can be delivered to the main office any time. Don’t forget getting your acceptable use and handbook forms turned in is an extra opportunity for a check mark for student appreciation.

The First meeting of Interact Club - THE community service club of OHS will be this Thursday in room 304. If you cannot make it please let Mrs. Shurr know. Also - we meet EVERY Thursday…...BackPack will start soon!


 
Wellington

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Wellington Homecoming is Saturday October 7th from 7-10pm. Tickets are $10.00 at the door. Theme is “A Night in the City”. Bonfire is Thursday Oct. 5th at 8:30. Assembly will be Friday 6th along with an evening parade with homecoming activities. More information will follow from Wellington Student Council.

Homecoming
• Bonfire – Thursday, October 5th
• Parade/Game – Friday, October 6th – line-up 5:45pm
• Dance- October 7th from 7-10pm. This is a formal dance, no jeans permitted. All attire must be school appropriate. The out of school guest forms must be completed and returned by 3pm October 4.

• Congratulations to the 2017 Court! Voting for Queen & King will be the week of Homecoming.
o Freshmen – Jazmine Auble  Cameron Brinker
o Sophomores – Brooklinn Damiano  Mason McClellan
o Juniors – Emily Weegman  Parker Adler
o Seniors – Faith Alley, Autumne Haswell, Ezra Ohly, Makayla Sartori, Jessica Storrow
o Seniors – Andrew Dooley, Chad Jordan, Everett Kropff, Cole McLean, Mason Wright
• Congratulations to the 2017 Mr. & Mrs. Homecoming Court!
o Mrs. McCarty, Mrs. O’Daley, Mrs. Souhrada
o Mr. Gallion, Mr. Morris, Mr. Sasack

Financial Aid Night - Wednesday, September 27 at 5:30 pm in the cafeteria. A representative from LCCC financial aid department will be here to answer any questions about college loans, scholarships, grants, and FAFSA. All juniors and seniors and their parents should attend this meeting.


Civil War History Club will meet Friday, September 15th after school at 3:10 in Mr. Perry's room.

Financial Aid Night - Wednesday, September 27 at 5:30 pm in the cafeteria. A representative from LCCC financial aid department will be here to answer any questions about college loans, scholarships, grants, and FAFSA. All juniors and seniors and their parents should attend this meeting.

Wellington students need to fill out the Random Drug Testing Consent Form, WITH PARENT SIGNATURE, if you plan on attending any Wellington High School activities for the school Year 2017-18. Forms are available in JVS Student Services and Ms. Gleason will return them to Wellington for you.

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