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Daily Announcements – June 2

Today is Friday, June 2, 2017 and these are your morning announcements:

 

The 2017 yearbooks are here! The yearbooks will be given out through the rest of the school year during lunch and for a little bit after school. If you haven’t purchased a yearbook the cost will be $75 with a limited number to sell.

 

“Seniors! Shield signing will take place June 5th-June 8th in the art room.”

 

Seniors- If you put in for grad tickets through the lottery, it’s your lucky day!  Come see how many you are able to purchase, at $15 per ticket, TODAY at lunch!

 

Senior breakfast tickets are on sale and we are going to start selling them during lunch on Monday-Wednesday-Friday.

 

Spanish Club Members: Join us today for lunch as we celebrate our graduating seniors during our fiesta de despedida. We’ll also have time for some rounds of trivia to test your knowledge of geography. Bring your friends and join the fun!

 

Attention Seniors:  Final Transcript Request forms are due today at 3:30.

 

Drama Awards is being held TOMORROW NIGHT in the auditorium at 7:00.  Anyone who has participated in Sheldon Theatre during the year is invited to attend.  Awards will be given and our departing seniors will be celebrated.  The theme is Celebrities Who Have Passed Away, but you don’t have to dress up in order to attend.  Come celebrate our successes!!

 

 

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Sheldon High School Community Lu’au – June 17, 5:00-8:00 PM

The Sheldon Pacific Islander Community student group is having its inaugural 2017 community Lu’au.  Please visit our website at: http://sheldonluau.org/

Come join us for a night of paradise as we feast on a traditional Pacific Islander meal together and enjoy the story of the South Pacific through traditional percussion, oratory and dance of the islands of Hawaii, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand and more.

If you have not been to the South Pacific…We will bring the South Pacific to you…come join us!

*Proceeds of event will go to support Sheldon High School student groups. If you can’t make it, we welcome you to donate a one-time gift as an investment in the future of our community!

Saturday, June 17, 2017
Time: 5-8pm
Sheldon High School Cafeteria
$25/person

Polynesian Show by:

PETELI KREW

 Preshow by:

IRON MANGO

‘ Ukulele Orchestra

Intermission Show by Sheldon & Churchill HS

Pacific Islander Students

Hawaiian Dinner Catered by

Every Day Kine grindz from Hawaii (EDKH)

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Congratulations Sheldon Math Team!

Congratulations to the Sheldon Math Team for winning Second Place at the 2017 LCC Math Skills Fair! From left to right: Isaac Vasquez, Olivia Morris, Hope Duhaime, Sylvia Taccone, Caramia Mestler, Max Peacor, Shadow Stacy, Rylee Valentine, Elisabeth Clark.

Special congratulations also to Max Peacor for winning First Place in the Individual Competition for Geometry. Max and Isaac have been invited to compete at the State Level at OSU in May.

 

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Daily Announcements – April 5

Today is Wednesday, April 5, 2017 and these are your morning announcements:

Seniors: Graduation is just around the corner!
Auditions for Graduation speeches and performances will be held on April 20& 21 at lunch in room F-3. If you are interested, please sign-up in the main office with Sonja.

Our third & final blood drive is almost here it’s TOMORROW April 6. Stop by Donna’s desk in the front office to sign up to donate blood & get a treat! One donation saves three lives. Pizza, snacks, burritos & candy will be given to donors.

SENIORS CAP & GOWN DISTRIBUTION IS TOMORROW AT LUNCH IN THE MAIN HALL.

Looking for a fun, new sport? Come try Pétanque. It’s cool, it’s hip & it’s French. There will be an informational meeting TOMORROW after school in room B4. No experience necessary and we will teach you how to play. Bring a friend!

TOMORROW NW Youth Corps will be in C-9 at 9:45 to present.
Come hear about the different paid summer work opportunities available.

On Tuesday, April 11th the University of Oregon Journalism School will be in C-9 at 9:45 to present about their program. Come join to hear about what they have to offer!

Seniors! The U of O will be here TODAY to speak to students who have been admitted for Fall of 2017! Please join us in C-9 at 9:30.

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Vote LAURA BAKER for The Newell Award!

For anyone not already aware, Laura Baker is the trainer for Sheldon HS. Laura does an outstanding job. She works above and beyond providing top-grade care for the boys and girls participating in Sheldon HS sports. Additionally, she helps kids involved with club teams like LAX, despite there being no funding for it.

Recently the Slocum Center for Orthopedics nominated Laura as a candidate for The Newell Award. This award “recognizes athletic trainers for their service and leadership they provide to local athletic communities.” I encourage you to take 2 minutes to click on the link below to vote for Laura, and write a brief 2-sentence statement in support of her.

https://slocumcenter.thenewellaward.com/show-your-support

Submissions can come from anyone in the community that would like to support their athletic trainer, so please share this link with anyone who has received Laura’s excellent training.

Go Irish!
Dear Sheldon Family and Friends,

Please join me in congratulating Laura Baker who was just awarded The National Athletic Training Association (NATA) and Gatorade team Award. This prestigious and very hard to get award recognizes “Outstanding Contributions to the Athletic Training Profession in the Secondary School Setting”. The work Laura has done, especially spearheading concussion management in the district, set her apart from other nominees and has propelled her to national recognition.
Laura is an awesome Athletic Trainer and it is about time that more people knew about the wonderful work that she does.
Thank you for supporting your athletic trainer and for letting Laura know how much we appreciate her.

Best regards,

Dr. Bob

Daily Announcements – Mar 22

Today is Wednesday, March 22, 2017 and these are your morning announcements:

There will be another LCC Placement Test offered here at Sheldon TODAY March 22nd. Testing will begin at 9:00 a.m. in computer lab A-2. You must have an “L” number to take this test! Sign up is in the Career Center!

The Eugene Kiwanis Foundation is offering two $1000 scholarships for seniors graduating from Sheldon High School. They are looking for students who have exhibited an interest in improving the community through volunteer efforts. They are also focusing on students who have shown substantial improvement during their high school experience. Application information can be found in the Career Center!

Seniors: Graduation is just around the corner!
Auditions for Graduation speeches and performances will be held on April 20& 21 at lunch in room F-3. If you are interested, please sign-up in the main office.

Students attending the African American Youth Leadership Conference on April 4th must attend a mandatory meeting TODAY in B-28.We will go over field trip expectations, review Departure time, confirmed those who are planning to attend.

Peace Jam meets every Thursday in B-28 at lunch.

BSU will meet once again in B-28 TODAY to continue watching the film on the Black Panthers

Sheldon Steppers meet in the Multicultural Center at lunch on Friday to continue planning our next performance.

Hey Sheldon Students!
Does your backpack feel heavy? Let us lighten your load! Please turn in all textbooks that you don’t need for next term’s classes. We will need them for other students to use. Thanks so much!

“Reminder for those students who have a We Believe in You Grade Check Card to turn it into Mr. Binkerd’s office by this Friday.”

“There will be a meeting TOMORROW during lunch in the auditorium for all returning football players and coaches to meet the new head football coach.”

Daily Announcements – Feb 15

Today is Wednesday, February 15, 2017 and these are your morning announcements:

PeaceJam club will meet TOMORROW at lunch this week in B-28. Those interested in learning more about the organization or attending the North West conference in March should attend.

BSU will meet Friday in the Multicultural Center at lunch. Join us to discuss and plan upcoming field trips and events including the AAYLC conference at Linnfield College this year.

Those who want discounted tickets to Churchill’s United in Love Dance on Feb. 17 can now purchase them from Ms. Fitz for $5.00. All SHELDON students are invited to attend, but you will need to sign up with Ms. Fitz BEFORE Friday. The dance goes from 8 to 11 PM. Bring your Sheldon ID. Tickets at the door are $7.00

Seniors! Back by popular demand, a repeat session of finishing or starting your FAFSA, OSAC, Oregon Promise or LCC Scholarship applications! There will be a scholarship lab TODAY during 3rd period from 11:40-12:40 in the lecture hall, C9. Come check it out and get help finishing your applications.

Coming in February, is the WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Symposium!! This event takes place at Churchill HS, on Saturday, February 25th and is open to ALL high school students! There will be workshops in science, medicine, engineering and technology and admission is free!! Registration is now open on the Churchill High website or on their Facebook Page! Check it out!

“Attention student body: The boys basketball team is playing South Eugene TODAY and it is Senior night! Please plan on coming to the game a few minutes early to help make the annual student tunnel to help recognize our senior basketball players! Go Irish!”

Come to JSU TODAY in the Lecture Hall at lunch following Interact Club. Today we will learn about what it means to be Kosher & eat delicious Kosher foods! Bring your friends, you don’t have to be Jewish to join.

Attention All Track & Field Athletes-
If you are joining the track and field team this spring there is a mandatory team meeting on Thursday February 16th at lunch in the gym.
The coaches will provide lunch for you.

Students planning to compete in the Academic, Cultural, Technological, and Scientific Olympics or ACT-SO this year, need to turn in their applications this Friday at the BSU meeting. If you want to compete and you need an application, come to B-28 and pick one up from Ms. Fitz. Remember, anyone who earns a gold medal at the local level will be taken to the national competition in Baltimore Maryland in July of this year. Students earn cash scholarships at the national level of $1,000, $750 and $500 in addition to other awards, prizes and scholarships.

“All students who come to the home basketball games this week and stand in the student section will receive 1 free bag of popcorn or candy bar at the start of the 3rd quarter. See Binkerd with questions and GO Irish!”

Daily Announcements – Feb 15

Today is Wednesday, February 15, 2017 and these are your morning announcements:

PeaceJam club will meet TOMORROW at lunch this week in B-28. Those interested in learning more about the organization or attending the North West conference in March should attend.

BSU will meet Friday in the Multicultural Center at lunch. Join us to discuss and plan upcoming field trips and events including the AAYLC conference at Linnfield College this year.

Those who want discounted tickets to Churchill’s United in Love Dance on Feb. 17 can now purchase them from Ms. Fitz for $5.00. All SHELDON students are invited to attend, but you will need to sign up with Ms. Fitz BEFORE Friday. The dance goes from 8 to 11 PM. Bring your Sheldon ID. Tickets at the door are $7.00

Seniors! Back by popular demand, a repeat session of finishing or starting your FAFSA, OSAC, Oregon Promise or LCC Scholarship applications! There will be a scholarship lab TODAY during 3rd period from 11:40-12:40 in the lecture hall, C9. Come check it out and get help finishing your applications.

Coming in February, is the WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Symposium!! This event takes place at Churchill HS, on Saturday, February 25th and is open to ALL high school students! There will be workshops in science, medicine, engineering and technology and admission is free!! Registration is now open on the Churchill High website or on their Facebook Page! Check it out!

“Attention student body: The boys basketball team is playing South Eugene TODAY and it is Senior night! Please plan on coming to the game a few minutes early to help make the annual student tunnel to help recognize our senior basketball players! Go Irish!”

Come to JSU TODAY in the Lecture Hall at lunch following Interact Club. Today we will learn about what it means to be Kosher & eat delicious Kosher foods! Bring your friends, you don’t have to be Jewish to join.

Attention All Track & Field Athletes-
If you are joining the track and field team this spring there is a mandatory team meeting on Thursday February 16th at lunch in the gym.
The coaches will provide lunch for you.

Students planning to compete in the Academic, Cultural, Technological, and Scientific Olympics or ACT-SO this year, need to turn in their applications this Friday at the BSU meeting. If you want to compete and you need an application, come to B-28 and pick one up from Ms. Fitz. Remember, anyone who earns a gold medal at the local level will be taken to the national competition in Baltimore Maryland in July of this year. Students earn cash scholarships at the national level of $1,000, $750 and $500 in addition to other awards, prizes and scholarships.

“All students who come to the home basketball games this week and stand in the student section will receive 1 free bag of popcorn or candy bar at the start of the 3rd quarter. See Binkerd with questions and GO Irish!”

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Thursday, January 19, 6:30pm – 8:00pm: 4J Parent Leaders Network Meeting

At the January meeting, the group will discuss how to maintain a high level of engagement with school fund-raising, and Superintendent Dr. Gustavo Balderas, Elementary Director Brooke Wagner, and Secondary Director BJ Blake will share a District-wide update. Great opportunity for those involved in parent organizations. Bring samples of past fund-raising efforts if possible. Principals are always welcome. Where: District Office Auditorium, 200 Monroe Street.
RSVP requested at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084fa5ab2ba13-20162017