Signal Mountain Middle High School



Daily Announcements

Friday, January 18, 2019
Morning Announcements

High School:

9th graders, your permission forms and fees for the 9th grade field trip to see Romeo and Juliet in Atlanta are due no later than Wednesday, January 23rd. Please see Mrs. Robertson if you have any questions.
High School girls soccer players please meet in the front conference room today at 9:15.

Congratulations to the high school wrestling team for a BIG REGION WIN over Whitwell with a score of 46-27. Big wins came by Tuner Eades with a pin, Caleb Uhorchuk with a pin, Noah Shriner with a decision, Daniel Uhorchuk with a pin, Kale Albritton with a pin, Sam Wickizer with a decision, Kevin Muschel with a major decision, Preston Worley with a pin, and Jake Woodlief with a pin. The next home match for the Eagle wrestlers is next Thursday, January 24th, against Red Bank. It will be a WHITE OUT!

This is a reminder that the drug use prevention presentations that will take place in the theatre today by grade level. We do need teachers to attend with students.
9th Grade- 7:30 to 8:30 during 2nd period
10th Grade- 8:40 to 9:40 Last 10 minutes of 2nd period & Directed Studies
11th Grade- 9:50 to 10:50 Directed Studies & first 5 minutes of 6th period
12th Grade- 11:00 to 11:45 6th period before lunch

Mu alpha theta members if you did not attend the meeting this morning please plan to attend the afternoon meeting at 2:30 in room 2124. We will discuss and verify tutoring hours.

Beta Club: inductions have been rescheduled for January 23rd during directed studies. New inductees need to check in with their teacher and then come to the theater. The event will begin at 9:45.

The Signal Mountain StuCo is having their annual Snowball Winter Dance January 26th.
Tickets are on sale for $10 each and $15 at the door.

Are you interested in competitions involving debate, public speaking, and acting? SMHS forensics meets Wednesdays at 2:30-3:30 in Ms. Farrimond's room.

The Theatre Department invites you to attend Senior Scenes on Tuesday, January 22nd at 7:30pm. Enjoy the entertainment of excellent actors and outstanding direction from our eight senior theatre students. One night only! Tickets are just $7 for students, $10 for adults.

The Amnesty International Club will be meeting in Mrs. Mastin's room (#2229) today at the start of DS. Members will meet to discuss and educate themselves on issues involving human rights. If interested in joining, please see Ms. Mastin for a pass and come to the meeting!

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