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Bartlett High School Morning Announcements

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

1-2-4-5 Schedule

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Bartlett is hosting the ASAA All-State Music Festival on Thursday and Friday. We will have over 400 visitors to our school on those days.  Please be aware of and plan for the following:

The staff lounge, entire music wing, and theater are in use all day Thursday and Friday.  We will have only morning announcements, and there will be no bells or other announcements during the day Thursday and Friday.

STAFF, Please park in the first three rows of the staff parking lot or in the student lot (gym/swimming pool side) on Thursday and Friday.

STUDENTS, The music wing hall will be closed to all Bartlett students on Thursday and Friday. If you have a locker in the music hallway, please be considerate of the activities while accessing your lockers that day and do not congregate in that hallway.

Blackwood                      11/14 - 11/17

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The new medical clinic at Bartlett will begin seeing students this Thursday, November 16.  If you need a physical for sports, please pick up registration forms in the Activities office. The clinic will be located in Room 129, but completed forms can be dropped off in the nurse's office.  

Ireland                           11/14 - 11/17

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Attention swimmers.  Your deck coats were due last week and Coach Singleton needs these turned in as soon as possible.  Fine slips will be worked on this week and submitted on Friday.  

Singleton                       11/13 - 11/14

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Mr. Rhodes is now the sponsor of Bartlett's GSA Club, which stands for Gay-Straight Alliance AND Gender & Sexuality Awareness. As the first name implies, you don't have to be a member of the GLBTQ+ community to take part. You just have to believe that Americans should treat everyone equally no matter who they love, and that no one should be bullied. Maybe you just want to learn more about what GLBTQ+ is. No attendance will be taken, and no uncomfortable private questions will be asked. Please stop by Room 210 on Yellow Hall at lunch this Wednesday to hear about the club.

Rhodes                          11/13 - 11/15

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Bartlett is hosting a Thanksgiving Food Drive. Donate any canned foods or thanksgiving items to the bins in Main place or to your teacher's room. Food Drive goes till Friday. Let's help our neighbors in need

Walters                          11/14-11/17

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Seniors Cap and gown orders are DUE on November 30th.  Scott with Jostens will be here today to collect hard copy order forms.  If a student wish to use the hard copy form, it needs to be in by today, but you will still be able to order online through the 30th.  

If you have questions you can come see me.

Thibault                         11/14

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Did you know there is a LOT happening in your library? Here's a list of what's happening this week!  There's a Make Your Own Bookmark Contest.  Come get a template and design your own bookmark; submit it to win prizes and possible be printed by the ASD.

Battle of the Books is meeting Tuesdays and Fridays during Lunch. Come check out this year's battle books and meet new friends.  Also, artist Callene Monasmith will be here today during lunch to answer any art questions or help with you with drawing techniques.

Don't like to be told what books to read but you like to read and talk about books?  Join us in the Library Wednesdays during lunch for Book Club!  During the month of November, the library is celebrating GRATITUDE. Share something you're thankful for by writing it on one of the Blue or Yellow covered books.  Let's make the shelves overflow with Thankful thoughts and Kind Wishes!

Would you like to help a Bartlett Family celebrate Thanksgiving?  Bring a non-perishable food item or donate money to put into one of the two donation boxes in the library.

Have questions?  See Ms Holderith or Mr Boutte for more information.

Holderith                       11/14 - 11/17

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KCC’s Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) applications for the Spring semester are due FRIDAY, November 17th!  This class is for Seniors only, meets during afternoon session from 11:15 to 1:20 pm, and includes 8 clinical shifts outside of school. The application includes 2 Recommendation Forms with Letters of Recommendation, Transcript & Attendance Record. For an application, see your counselor or e-mail Adrienne Voss: voss_adrienne@asdk12.org

Voss, RN, BSN                11/8 - 11/16

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All 11th and 12th graders!  Frontier Tutoring will be offering a FREE ACT practice tests at Bartlett on Saturday, 11/18. It will be from 9:00-1:10pm in the library. After taking a full length practice test, you will get a detailed score report with a roadmap to score improvement, plus guidance on whether to focus on the SAT or ACT. Please see your counselor for more information.

Elliott                             11/7 - 11/17

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Attention 11th and 12th graders! Do you want to know more about APU? Alaska Pacific University will be having an Open House on Friday, 12/1. This event will provide participants with a first hand look at campus, classes, housing, and the APU community. Please pick up a field trip form from your school counselor to attend!

Elliott                             11/13 - 11/30

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The cafeteria is hoping to have a decorating contest for the holidays.  We need 8-10 groups to volunteer and we will have movie tickets for Regal Cinemas as prizes for the winners which we would like students and staff to vote on.  If you or your group are interested, please submit your ideas to the Cafeteria Manager for approval.

Reeves                           11/2 - 11/15

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Join us on Thursday November 30th from 7-8 p.m for the Alaska Railroad Tour Guide Training Program Open House.  Find out everything you need to know about this popular After-School job training course.  The program is offered at the King Career Center during the spring semester to juniors and seniors.  Successful completion of the course may result in a summer job working as a tour guide with the Alaska Railroad.  Applications will be available at the Open House.

 

Woods - KCC/AKRR Tour Guide Instructor                          November

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