Penn Manor High School
Tuesday, April 26, 2016, Day 2
Volleyball Club is canceled for today, Tuesday, April 26.
Attention Wrestlers: Lycoming camp deposits and cabin trip permission slips are due to Coach Fowler by this friday. Please stop in room 380 if you have any questions.
Have you ever watched the Nathan’s hot dog eating contest and dreamed of being up on the stage? Well now is your chance. Spring Fling is holding their first annual hot dog eating contest. It is only $2 and you can resister in the main office. The rules will be with the sign up sheet. The person who can down the most dogs wins a T-shirt.
Any inducted Thespian who plans to run for office of the Penn Manor troupe needs to complete the necessary paperwork by midnight this evening.. Stop by room 209 with any questions.
ETPM is here! The show is this Saturday at 7pm in the High School Auditorium. Tickets will be sold at the door for $7. Can’t afford $7, you are in luck! Student Council will be selling tickets at a discounted price Wednesday through Friday for $5 at all lunches. We are also selling Candy grams if you want to wish your BFF or favorite performer good luck the night of the show! 1 Candy for $3 or 2 Candies for $5.
Attention FFA Members: Lancaster County FFA Officer Applications are now available. If you are interested, see Mr. Fellenbaum or any of the county officers. The applications are due May 5, 2016. The next monthly Manor FFA Meeting is on May 2 in room 342 at 7:00pm. The Manor FFA Car Show is being held on May 7. If you would like to help, sign up in 342.
Students involved in Charlotte’s Web- please remember that you must return your script to Mrs. Mintzer, or pay $10 if you wish to keep it. Please bring it with you to club on Wednesday, or drop it off in her classroom ASAP.
Kudos to members of the Serteen club for their hard work last Friday. They mulched, weeded, and planted flowers at Long’s park to keep it clean, beautiful, and free to the public. It’s jobs like these that make the Serteen club and it’s members a valuable asset to the community. Serteen also held a car wash this past weekend to benefit mini-thon and the Four Diamonds Fund. Serteen is currently collecting change for the Leukemia and Lymphoma society’s Pennies for Patients campaign. Please help to make life a little better for these patients by donating your spare change.
Attention NHS Members: your next homeroom meeting is tomorrow, April 28th, in the Cafeteria. It is very important that you attend this meeting. Please contact Mrs. Henderson or Mrs. Myers in advance if you have a conflict. Senior members, the hours have been updated on the blog. If you are below the requisite 25 verified hours, it is imperative that you see an advisor.
Junior football players: There will be a mandatory meeting for current juniors who plan to play football next year during homeroom on Tuesday in room 101. If you have another obligation please stop by room 101 first to see Coach Brubaker.
Students interested in Fall Dual Enrollment classes next year, reminder that the applications are due to the guidance office next Friday, May 6th. Please be working on this now, as you need to have the subject specific department coordinators signature before you turn it in May 6th. See your school counselor with questions.
Any theatre student who has not submitted their paperwork to become an inducted Thespian must do so by tomorrow – will be updating our membership roster and need your information if you wish to be included. Please contact Mrs. Mintzer if you need another copy of the forms.
Penn Manor Marching Band is having it’s annual book sale on Friday, April 29th from 5:00 to 9:00 PM and on Saturday, April 30th from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Approximately 20,000 books will be grouped by category and displayed on tables in the high school cafeteria. Everything will be priced to sell, with paperbacks and hardbacks priced separately. Donations are needed for this event and will be accepted on Thursday evenings, April 7th, 14th and 21st from 5:30 until 7:30. A drive up drop off will be available at the outside door to the band room. Volunteers will be available to help unload books. We accept gently used books (hardcover or soft), puzzles, DVD’s, and games (no textbooks please). For more information or questions concerning the sale, you can contact Lisa McHenry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Seniors: Post Prom tickets will be on sale Tuesday-Friday, from April 19th to April 29th. Tickets are $10/each and will be sold during lunch. You don’t need to attend the prom to come to post prom. CTC students may purchase tickets before and after school in the office on these same dates. All seniors and guest must have a permission slip signed in order to buy a post prom ticket. It’s going to be a great night!