Signal Mountain Middle High School

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Morning Announcements 

High School:  

The learning center is closed after school today due to thanksgiving break" 

There will be no high school lunches in the Media Center until December 5th because Ms. Wade is not your mother and does not want to clean up after you. 

The quad is closed for lunch for the rest of the semester. 

Applications for high school Youth in Government are now available on the school website and are due on November 29th. Please see Mrs. Whitney if you have questions. 

Interested in joining TEAMS, a high school competition for students interested in math, science, and engineering?  Stop by or email Ms. McCormack. Deadline to sign up is December 9. 

Congratulations to all students who participated in Model UN this weekend!  We had a great time solving the world’s problems, from textiles and turf wars to polio and peace lasers.  😊  Special congratulations

 to Adrian Andreescu, Diplomacy and Position winner in Disarmament and International Security; Jefferey Lin, All Star Delegate from Disarmament and International Security; Jack Gibby, Leadership in Debate and Caucus winner in the UN Conference on Trade and Development; and Josh Dulin, Research and Preparation winner in the United Nations Environmental Programme. 

And a big congratulations to the entire USA delegation for their recognition in distinction in rhetoric! 

There is a Chess Tournament for both Middle and High School Students in Chattanooga on December 10th.  Both Rated and Unrated players may participate. If you are interested, come by Jamie Brock's room next to guidance to pick up an information packet and sign up. 

The Screaming Eagles Soccer teams made good use of the pitch as both came out victorious on Monday evening vs. CSAS Middle School. 

In the first game after a tight, scoreless first half, Emelia Brauer broke the zero with a score off an assist from Kayden Westbrook. Westbrook got a goal of her own minutes later. Hattie Gaines closed out the night with the third goal off the assist by Caroline Neal. Zoie Denman and the back line of Gaines, Sydney Gordon, Ivy Jones, Libby Lyon and Berkley Roddy held for another shutout!

In the second game Pax St. Charles scored four goals, Sam Laramore two, and Bobby Walker one. Murphy Self got three assists and Luke Schleger, Alex McLaren, and Billy Wooden added one each.

The coaches want to say there is much to be thankful for to the players and their families.

 


 

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