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Today's Announcements

  • Announcements for November
    Clubs
    • Red Cross Club members: our next meeting will be Monday, the 19th before OR after school in Mrs. Cooter's room. We will be discussing and planning our first blood drive of the year, so your attendance is required!
    Juniors
    • Ring Dance tickets will go on sale on Monday! Junior students can purchase tickets before school or during their lunches Monday until Friday. Tickets are $15 (single) and $30 (couple). In the morning, tickets will be available in room 317 from 7:30 until the first bell rings. Tickets will be available at all three lunches. If bringing out of school guests or a BHS student that is not a Junior, students will need to have a Date Form filled out before they can purchase a ticket. These forms are available in the office. Please see Mrs. Thompson if questions.

    • Students, do you know a teacher who deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Do you know a teacher who takes their classroom to the next level? If so, here's your chance to recognize them! Lynchburg Living is accepting nominations for the area's Top Teachers. To nominate a teacher, go to www.lynchburgliving.com and search Top Teacher nomination. Nominations are due on or before November 29th

    • If you are interested in a future in the military, be sure to sign up to take the ASVAB on November 26th. If you aren't interested in the military but need help figuring out some career options, take the ASVAB. The ASVAB has a career exploration component that provides a list of careers matched to your interests and skills. Juniors and seniors can sign up in the school counseling office by November 19th.

    • Juniors and seniors- today is the last day to sign up for the ASVAB! Go to the school counseling office to sign up. The ASVAB will be held on November 26th.

    • If you are an early release student that leaves right after 5th period, please go to the School Counseling Office before leaving today to get your Progress Report.

    • Afternoon VoTech students eat 1st lunch today.

    • ETA students, report to Coach Meeks for information on where you will be today.

    • There will be no after school math homework tomorrow in Mr. Cook's room.

    Athletics
    • JV football players ... the banquet will not be on Thursday. There will be something on the Facebook page letting you know when.
    • Boys soccer off season training begins Monday Nov 19 after school you must have your physical completed and turned in in order to participate.


    Clubs
    • Red Cross Club members: our next meeting will be Monday, the 19th before OR after school in Mrs. Cooter's room. We will be discussing and planning our first blood drive of the year, so your attendance is required!

    Athletics
    • Boys soccer off season training begins Monday Nov 19 after school you must have your physical completed and turned in in order to participate.

    • JV football players ... the banquet will not be on Thursday. There will be something on the Facebook page letting you know when.

    Juniors
    • Ring Dance tickets will go on sale on Monday! Junior students can purchase tickets before school or during their lunches Monday until Friday. Tickets are $15 (single) and $30 (couple). In the morning, tickets will be available in room 317 from 7:30 until the first bell rings. Tickets will be available at all three lunches. If bringing out of school guests or a BHS student that is not a Junior, students will need to have a Date Form filled out before they can purchase a ticket. These forms are available in the office. Please see Mrs. Thompson if questions.

    • The Jostens class ring representative will be here this Friday, Nov. 16 th during all lunches to collect any final class ring balances. All final balances need to be paid with cash or money order or pre-paid with credit card by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. No personal checks will be accepted. No money will be accepted at the ring dance so anyone attending the dance needs to pay the remaining balance this Friday. All juniors and seniors are welcome to order a class ring with a $75 deposit.

    Seniors
    • ATTENTION SENIORS: Any senior who has not placed their graduation order may do so during lunch this Friday, Nov. 16 th Deposit requested is $75.
    General
    • Students, do you know a teacher who deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Do you know a teacher who takes their classroom to the next level? If so, here's your chance to recognize them! Lynchburg Living is accepting nominations for the area's Top Teachers. To nominate a teacher, go to www.lynchburgliving.com and search Top Teacher nomination. Nominations are due on or before November 29th 
    • Juniors and seniors- today is the last day to sign up for the ASVAB! Go to the school counseling office to sign up. The ASVAB will be held on November 26th.




    Tuesday, November 13
    Clubs
    • Red Cross Club members: our next meeting will be Monday, the 19th before OR after school in Mrs. Cooter's room. We will be discussing and planning our first blood drive of the year, so your attendance is required!

    Athletics
    • Football Players Need To Report to Coach Washburn's Room After School For Film Today. 
    • Boys soccer off season training begins Monday Nov 19 after school you must have your physical completed and turned in in order to participate.

    Juniors
    • Ring Dance guest forms are available in the front office.
    • Junior students can purchase tickets before school or during their lunches Monday until Friday. Tickets are $15 (single) and $30 (couple). In the morning, tickets will be available in room 317 from 7:30 until the first bell rings. Tickets will be available at all three lunches. If bringing out of school guests or a BHS student that is not a Junior, students will need to have a Date Form filled out before they can purchase a ticket. These forms are available in the office. Please see Mrs. Thompson if questions.

    • The Jostens class ring representative will be here this Friday, Nov. 16 th during all lunches to collect any final class ring balances. All final balances need to be paid with cash or money order or pre-paid with credit card by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. No personal checks will be accepted. No money will be accepted at the ring dance so anyone attending the dance needs to pay the remaining balance this Friday. All juniors and seniors are welcome to order a class ring with a $75 deposit.

    General
    • Students, do you know a teacher who deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Do you know a teacher who takes their classroom to the next level? If so, here's your chance to recognize them! Lynchburg Living is accepting nominations for the area's Top Teachers. To nominate a teacher, go to www.lynchburgliving.com and search Top Teacher nomination. Nominations are due on or before November 29th.

    • Juniors and Seniors, the date for the ASVAB test has been moved to Monday, November 26th. Testing begins at 8:10 am. If you haven't signed up yet, come to the school counseling office before November 19th!

    Seniors
    • ATTENTION SENIORS: Any senior who has not placed their graduation order may do so during lunch this Friday, Nov. 16 th Deposit requested is $75. The Jostens Graduation representatives will be here again this Friday, Nov. 16th during all lunches in the front lobby for make- up graduation orders. This will be the last in school order day. There are a lot of seniors who have not placed orders for their Cap & Gowns and announcements. Extra Graduation Packets are available in the front office or see Jostens on Friday. Deposit requested is $75. No deposit for Cap & Gown orders only.




    Juniors
    • Ring Dance guest forms are available in the front office. 
    • Ring Dance tickets will go on sale on Monday! Junior students can purchase tickets before school or during their lunches Monday until Friday. Tickets are $15 (single) and $30 (couple). In the morning, tickets will be available in room 317 from 7:30 until the first bell rings. Tickets will be available at all three lunches. If bringing out of school guests or a BHS student that is not a Junior, students will need to have a Date Form filled out before they can purchase a ticket. These forms are available in the office. Please see Mrs. Thompson if questions.

    Athletics
    • Ring Dance tickets will go on sale on Monday! Junior students can purchase tickets before school or during their lunches Monday until Friday. Tickets are $15 (single) and $30 (couple). In the morning, tickets will be available in room 317 from 7:30 until the first bell rings. Tickets will be available at all three lunches. If bringing out of school guests or a BHS student that is not a Junior, students will need to have a Date Form filled out before they can purchase a ticket. These forms are available in the office. Please see Mrs. Thompson if questions.




    Thursday, November 8
    • CLUBS

    • Latin club members, please see Mrs. Turner for your Latin club picture pass. Latin club pictures are Friday at 10:00AM. You must have a pass.

    • French club members, please see Mrs. Turner for your French club picture pass. She will give them out in class on Friday or if you don't have her for class. Come by her room before then. The picture is at 9:55.

    • There will be a Political science club meeting on Friday, November 9th at 7:45 AM or 2:50. Members need to attend 1 meeting and pick up their club photo passes.

    • ATHLETICS

    • Boys soccer off season training begins Monday Nov 19 after school you must have your physical completed and turned in in order to participate.

    • GENERAL

    • This week, Nov. 5-9 is CCTC's Spirit Week.

      Monday: November 5- "America Day"- Day before Election Day- Dress in Red, White and Blue

      Tuesday: November 6- " Election Day" - No School

      Wednesday: November 7- "Professional Day"- Dress like you are going to an interview

      Thursday: November 8- "Tech Center Spirit Day"- Wear Green, Yellow and Black or your CCTC shirt

      Friday: November 9- "Flannel Friday"- Wear your favorite flannel shirt to school.

    Clubs
    • There will be a Political science club meeting on Friday, November 9th at 7:45 AM or 2:50. Members need to attend 1 meeting and pick up their club photo passes. 
    • Key Club will meet Wednesday, November 7th, after school in the cafeteria. All members should plan to return their orange UNICEF boxes at this meeting!
    Athletics
    • JV Boys basketball tryouts will be held from 3:15-5:15 at the Middle School on Wednesday November 7th & Thursday November 8th. 
    General
    • Students, be reminded the FRONT office DOES NOT interrupt classroom time to deliver items to you left in the front office. Items delivered to the office will be delivered at the beginning of 7th period. When you KNOW an item is being left for you, it is your responsibility to come by the office between classes or during your lunch to pick it up. 
    • Ring Dance guest forms are available in the front office.


    Clubs
    • Spanish Club members: Come see any Spanish teacher to purchase this year's Spanish Club tshirt! $10 by Friday, the 2nd.
    • There will be a Political science club meeting on Friday, November 9th at 7:45 AM or 2:50. Members need to attend 1 meeting and pick up their club photo passes.

    Athletics
    • "For those who love to dance, act, and tell a story, here's your chance. The Winterguard 2019 season is quickly approaching. There will be an interest meeting this Friday November 2nd at 6:30-7:30pm in the band room for anyone who is interested in joining the team this year."

    • Congratulations to the girls and boys cross country team on their 8th place finishes yesterday in the Region 3C cross country meet. Mia Preston finished 17th over and first for the Bees with a personal best time of 21:35. With this finish Mia qualified for the State Cross Country Meet to be held next Friday in Northern Virginia. Caroline Thomas finish 47th, Christen Thomas 50th, Maddie Anderson 55th, Lucia Andrades 56th and Julia Bonheim 65th. In the boys race Tanner Firkins finished first for the Bees and 32nd overall. Levi Walters finished 43rd, Tyler Deaton 44th, Charlie Maddox 61st, Nicholas Carter 68th and Noah Dalton 69th! Great Job to the Cross Country Team and Good Luck to Mia next week at States. The Cross Country team would also like to thank Mrs. Lester, Mrs. Staley and the SWARM for the AWESOME sub lunch yesterday!!!!  

    Seniors
    • Seniors, if you need to pick up your t-shirts you ordered please visit Ms. Sharman and/or Mrs. Tate's room 
    Academics
    • ATTENTION 10th & 11th Graders!! Applications are now available for the Summer Residential Governor’s School programs. Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide gifted high school students with intensive educational experiences in visual and performing arts; humanities; mathematics, science, and technology; or through mentorships in marine science, medicine and health sciences, or engineering. If you are a SOPHOMORE or JUNIOR and you're interested in participating, please come by the School Counseling Office to sign up for more information. 
    General
    • Students, be reminded the FRONT office DOES NOT interrupt classroom time to deliver items to you left in the front office. Items delivered to the office will be delivered at the beginning of 7th period. When you KNOW an item is being left for you, it is your responsibility to come by the office between classes or during your lunch to pick it up.  
    • Ring Dance guest forms are available in the front office.





    Thursday, November 1
    Clubs
    • Spanish Club members: Come see any Spanish teacher to purchase this year's Spanish Club tshirt! $10 by Friday, the 2nd.

    • Attention all new National Honor Society members: Don't forget about your first meeting THIS THURSDAY, 11/1, in the library right after school. The meeting should last about 20 minutes. Please make every effort to be there.

    Academics
    • ATTENTION 10th & 11th Graders!! Applications are now available for the Summer Residential Governor’s School programs. Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide gifted high school students with intensive educational experiences in visual and performing arts; humanities; mathematics, science, and technology; or through mentorships in marine science, medicine and health sciences, or engineering. If you are a SOPHOMORE or JUNIOR and you're interested in participating, please come by the School Counseling Office to sign up for more information.

    General
    • Ring Dance guest forms are available in the front office.

    Athletics
    • "For those who love to dance, act, and tell a story, here's your chance. The Winterguard 2019 season is quickly approaching. There will be an interest meeting this Friday November 2nd at 6:30-7:30pm in the band room for anyone who is interested in joining the team this year."

    Seniors
    • Seniors, if you need to pick up your t-shirts you ordered please visit Ms. Sharman and/or Mrs. Tate's room 

    Posted by Brooksie Kramer
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