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Announcements For April 5th, 2017

posted Apr 5, 2017, 9:25 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Attention Juniors! Here is your final chance to answer the College and Career Day trivia question. Please get out a piece of paper and put your name on it. Think about the businesses and colleges attending and which ones you listed to visit. Your question is: What school/business are you most excited to talk with at College and Career Day on April 6th? Write it down and give to your teacher to be collected.
Tomorrow is College and Career Day! Remember to dress professionally! You will have a chance to win another gift card if you are dressed up AND you will represent yourself and Brookville High School well by dressing professionally tomorrow!

This is a reminder to ALL Juniors to dress professionally for College and Career Day TOMORROW! Gentlemen, please wear nice pants and a button down shirt and ladies, nice pants or a skirt with an appropriate top or a dress will qualify you for winning a gift card. Jeans and flip flops will not. Dress to impress and represent yourself and Brookville proudly! Also, Junior tech center students will follow their regular schedule tomorrow. Afternoon tech center students will eat 2nd lunch and then get on their bus.

And Congratulations to Laurel Wilkerson who is today's winner!


Congratulations to the Boys Tennis Team on their 7-2 win over JF yesterday. Singles winners included Colby Childress, John Light, Malik Nowlin, Matthew Routon, and Reed Rosenbaum. Doubles winners included the teams of Childress/Light and Kennedy/Peters. Awesome win!


Did you know that one blood donation can save or improve the lives of up to 3 people? If you are interested in giving blood at the Red Cross Club's next blood drive Wednesday the 26th, come by the table in the foyer before school or during all three lunches to sign up. You must be 16 or older to donate.

Reminder to all NHS members: Please drop off your Pennies for Pasta money with Mrs. Kramer in the library by the end of today! 


“This Friday is the last day to buy your yearbook. Get it for $55 or put down a $20 deposit
to reserve your copy.”

All ETA's except 4th report to Ms. Scharnus during your ETA class period.