Daily Student Announcements
April 26, 2019
Signing Day! Senior Signing Day will be held on May 3rd
from 12:30-2:30 in the gym. This is a celebration of all seniors planning to
attend college in the fall. Students, please try to wear a t-shirt or
sweatshirt representing your college.
Parents are encouraged to attend this fun event.
= If Mr. Morehead took your picture at prom, you can
come get it in the Tilghman Bell room 200 during 7th period this
week. There is one copy for every person in the photo
Graduation: Mellow Mushroom Trivia
Night this Monday, April 29 at 7pm. Sign in at the hostess desk and say you’re
there to benefit PT Project Grad. No fee
for the trivia - only for food and drinks. Make it a date night,
a family night, or a night with friends. No team is too small.
= Senior Trip money is due by May 3rd in Mrs. Durbin’s office.
= Senior NHS Members: Your remaining 10 service hours are due 04/30. If you wish to
order a NHS stole for graduation, $23 is due to Mrs. McGregor NO LATER than
= There will be a NHS Meeting on Tuesday, April 30th immediately after school in
Mrs. McGregor’s room.
Tilghman Parents and families,
I hope you
all are doing well! We are so excited about this year’s Project
Graduation. We’ve been working hard all year on making this a night to
remember for our Class of 2019! But we can’t do it ourselves. Time is
running out and prices are increasing. We need YOUR help.
How can you
help? We’re glad you asked:
1. Some Prices have gone up so we are asking if
anyone/group/business be willing to sponsor either of these activities?
Cardinal Lanes: $800. Includes shoes and lane rental from
games: $1222.25. This includes the tables, set-up and take
down as well as 2 casino workers that will work the tables. Having trained
professionals at the tables adds more to the event as they can explain the game
and rules. It will also help in keeping
the games fair. If we cannot get a
sponsor for this we will do away with casino games.
2. Sign up to help that night at the event (I
strongly encourage ALL senior parents to be involved in this night. It is a special night to remember for both
students and parents).
3. Click on
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0544A8AD2EA1FD0-2018 to volunteer be a part
of this event!
4. If you have
connections with businesses, please ask for donations or prizes.
5. Attend the upcoming Spirit night
This Thursday, April 25 from 4-10pm at
Mellow Mushroom Trivia Night this
Monday, April 29 at 7pm. Sign in at the hostess desk and say you’re
there to benefit PT Project Grad. No fee
for the trivia - only for food and drinks. Make it a date night, a
family night, or a night with friends. No team is too small.
Wednesday, May 8 from 4pm-8pm at
Thank you so
much for your help. Together, we will
make this a night to remember for the Class of 2019!
interested in the spring break 2020 France trip, please email Ms. Johnson at Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org
Opportunity: Lower Town Arts and
Music Festival relies on dedicated volunteers to bring you accessible community
arts and music programming every year! Volunteer shifts are typically 2-3 hours
and happen Thursday May 17 – Sunday May 20, 2018.
a wonderful opportunity for students and their families to volunteer and get
involved in the best event in Paducah! You can sign up at the link above.
For middle and high school students looking for ‘service hours’ or just to
become more engaged in our lively arts community – here is their chance.
= Today’s Lunch: Oven
Roasted Chicken, baked potato bar, green beans, roll and fresh fruit
= Tomorrow’s Lunch: Big Blue
Nacho Bar, fresh fruit and milk
= Calling all juniors. The June 8th ACT is the best time
to earn your highest score. That’s why we are offering our ever popular
Boot Camp the week of June 3-7. Class meets from 9-12 every
morning. Afternoon practice is optional. Call 270-519-6474 to
enroll with Joy Lentz, ScoreHigher
= Looking for a tutor/life skills coach? Sara
Packer has 12 years experience as a coach, teacher and tutor. She can assist with organizational needs,
English and History assistance or select elective classes. Contact: email@example.com
- Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers,
leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists,
compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the
inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference. This unique conference
will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and
directed by YOUTH! The conference will focus on leadership development,
sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive
mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team
will be responsible for:
bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
as an active participant in the conference planning process
the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to
apply and attend
in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early
Youth who serve on the
Conference Planning Team will receive:
experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics,
collaboration, and strategic planning