Tartan High School

SchoolDistrict 622

TARTAN HIGH SCHOOL DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, April 28, 2017 

 

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:

Just because my path is different doesn’t mean I’m lost.

 

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

·        HIRING EVENT:  On Monday, May 1st, GOLDFISH SWIM SCHOOL will be here and want to hire YOU!  You do not need to be a swimmer to work at Goldfish!  Bring your smile and firm handshake and stop by.

·        HIRING EVENT: On Tuesday, May 2nd, SIERRA TRADING POST will be here and they want to hire YOU!  Must be 16 or older to apply.  Stop by and say hello!

·        Check out the May Career Newsletter located on the Tartan website under Tartan Students.

·        Tartan students can get a summer’s worth of rides on buses and light rail for just $25 with the Summer Student Pass. The pass is good June 1st – Sept. 5th. See Mr. Hall in the Guidance Office for more information. You must have permission from your parent to receive a card.

 

PROM 2017

REMINDER THAT PROM TICKET PRICES INCREASE TO $55 NEXT WEEK!

 

Going to Prom? 

Tickets go on sale this week via FeePay. All missing books, devices or unpaid fees must be paid PRIOR to being able to purchase your prom tickets.  Check to see if you have a fee owed via FeePay or Portal.

 

Bringing a NON Tartan guest to Prom?

Guest forms can be picked up in the Main Office or Media Center. Please follow the directions on the sheet to get your guest approval.

 

 

GUIDANCE OFFICE:

 

CLASS OF 2017:  

·        Seniors: Please add a secondary email, such as your personal email address to your Parchment account for future use.  You student email account will be deactivated after you graduate and you might need to use Parchment for future educational or employment needs. If you have any questions, please stop into the Guidance Office.

·        Sports and Orthopaedic Specialists, the Women’s Orthopaedic Center and Allina Health are proud to present the 10th annual Minnesota Athletes in Sports Medicine Scholarship. Two $2,500.00 scholarships are available and will be awarded to one male and one female graduating high school student athlete who intend to pursue a professional career in sports medicine. Qualified candidates should demonstrate leadership, be actively involved in their community and interscholastic sports and achieve academic success. Please stop into the Guidance Office for more information and to pick up an application. 

 

ACTIVITIES:  

·        Reminder: students MUST be in school the entire day in order to participate in an activity!

·        There will be a short Golden Prom meeting right after school on Wed.  May 3rd in room 205.  See Ms. Ingberg with any questions. 

 

ATHLETICS:

·        Reminder that athletes MUST be in school the entire day in order to practice or participate in game/match!

 

RELAY FOR LIFE:

·        Relay Captains you have a meeting on Monday, May 1st, at 3:00, Room 9. With Relay just three weeks away, you must attend.

·        Relay candy sellers: PLEASE put your name on the box and the envelope inside. If it is lost, we would like to be able to return it to you.

·        If you have candy money out, turn it in or you cannot attend Relay. REALLY.

·        To get a campsite, you must have $100 per team member and all forms turned in. Stop in to see Churchill for your golden ticket and then go to Tvedten after May 4. 

·        There are more candy bars available for last-minute fundraising and fudge covered pretzels. Stop in to Room 9 to pick them up. 

·        On Sunday, April 30, Land of 10,000 Cures will be hosting a golf tournament at Oak Marsh Golf Course to raise funds for Relay for Life, with a 2:00 pm shotgun start.  The cost is $60 per golfer, which includes 18-hole green fee, cart, prizes and a certificate for a free 18 hole green fee.  Register yourself or a team up to 4 people online at:  http://www.wpgolf.com/oakmarsh/tartan-relay-for-life.aspx

LUNCH:

Big Daddy’s Pizza

Salad Bar

Pears

Pudding

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:          

Friday, 4/28/2017

Boys Baseball: 9th grade and B-Squad @ Simley 4:15 pm, JV vs Mpls Washburn 4:30 pm @ Tanners Field, Varsity vs Simley @ Tartan 3:30 pm

Boys JV Tennis @ St. Paul Como 3:30 pm

Girls Varsity Softball vs Simley 4:15 pm @ Tartan

Boys and Girls Track & Field Invitational @ Spring Lake Park High School 4:00 pm

Tartan Theatre Spring Play 7:00 pm in the Auditorium

 

Saturday, 4/29/2017

Girls Varsity Softball, @ Spring Lake Park 12:00 pm

Girls Lacrosse vs Rochester Century, JV @ 11:30 am, Varsity @ 1:00 pm @Tartan

Boy’s Lacrosse @ Park High School, JV @ 5:30, Varsity @ 7:00 pm

Tartan Theatre Spring Play 7:00 pm in the Auditorium

 

PARENTS:

STUDENT PARKING: At this time of the year our parking lot is full most days and we have a very limited number of daily parking passes available for students.  It is important that students get to school early enough to either get a parking pass or find an alternate place to park during the school day.  We must keep lanes clear for constructions vehicles working or emergency vehicles in the event of an emergency.  This can mean booting or towing a vehicle parked without a pass in order to make sure those who paid for parking can quickly park and get to class on time.

 

·        We are looking for 8-10 parents of NON-seniors to read scholarship essays submitted by Tartan students. We will meet Monday, May 22nd, 6:30pm at Tartan and it will take about two hours. Please contact Barb Miller at bmiller3@isd622.org The first ten responders will be chosen.

·        Tartan students can get unlimited rides on buses and light rail for just $25 with the Summer Student Pass. The pass is valid June 1st – Sept. 5th. Email Mike Hall in the Guidance Office (mhall@isd622.org) with permission for your child. Contact Mr. Hall (651-702-8618) for or more information or visit https://www.metrotransit.org/summer-student-pass 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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