Announcements for Monday May 23

Abigail Plankey, Online Editor

Do you like to act?  Would you like to learn about and perform a play by the writer of HAMLET and ROMEO AND JULIET?  Then Summer Shakespeare Theatre is for you!  This is a six-week course in which participants learn about Shakespeare, his times, and theatre by preparing and presenting one of his plays for public performance. This year’s play is the classic tale of magic and mistaken identity, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM.  Besides performing on stage, students also gain knowledge and experience in a variety of theatre skills such as scenic design, costumes, set construction, lighting, and directing.  The program is held from 1:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon Monday through Friday and runs from June 6th through the end of July.  The class will be held in the Appleton North High School auditorium.  Any student grades 9 through those who have just completed grade 12 can participate.  There are no auditions required.  Stop by the guidance office or see your guidance counselor to pick up a summer school registration form.  The course is offered for one elective credit or for enrichment.  When you register, make sure to sign up for both Semester I and II.  So get involved with Shakespeare this summer.

If you are interested in finding out more about the college application process come to AYEI’s presentation “Summer Strategies for College Success”. Topics such as: what to do on a college visit, how to write the college essay and how to make your college resume will all be presented by independent education consultant Chuck Erickson. The presentation will be Monday May 23rd in the North Library at 6:30 pm with time for questions.

Appleton Career Academy students were given the challenge of promoting accessibility in our school.  In small groups students were responsible for re-designing an accessibility device in a way that highlights areas of the school that are accessible and not so accessible. Please stop throughout the halls and view the student work with their accompanying statements. Also, we ask that you please do not touch the accessibility devises as they are for display and educational purposes only.

All seniors that participated in Savers Club, please stop by the Credit Union today!!

Attention students: We all know finals are stressful and there is no better way to reduce stress than to watch movies! You could binge Netflix by yourself or you could chill with us for an outdoor movie @ North on June 1st at 8:00 PM, admission is $2 and there will be concessions as well. Come and chill with us!

Blood Drive: Want to save 3 lives and get some cookies? Sign up for Thursday’s blood drive today or Tuesday in the commons during the lunch hours or email Ms. Vanden Heuvel to schedule a time! Sign up to save 3 lives!!

A reminder to all those planning on attending this Saturday’s Drama Banquet:  your form and money is due today in the business office.  If you are unable to meet today’s deadline, please see Mr. Parker in Room 1118 or send him an e-mail sometime today.

Business Office, LMC and lunch account fine lists have been posted in the main office window. Students must have their name cleared off the lists by 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24th, in order to receive their cap and gown and/or yearbook this week. Please check the lists every day as they are continually updated to make sure you have not been added! If you have any questions about fines, stop in the main office.

Attention International Club and the Global Education Achievement group!  Please join us on Thursday in the choir room during I/E as we bid farewell to our exchange students and we congratulate our Global Education Achievement Scholars.  Global Scholars will also share a sampling of their projects. Be there Be globally aware!


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