1. Any junior or senior who is interested in applying for the Simon Lazarus award should come to the CCPC for an application. Applications are due back by 8:00 Friday. The criterion for the award are students who: Help others, Lead others to tackle society’s problems, and act in a manner to reduce prejudice acts and attitudes.
2. Sgt. Williams of the US Marines will be in the CCPC on Monday, February 12th at 10:45 to speak with interested students.
3. If interested in going to the New York Intersession next May, please see Ms. Storch for sign up information.
4. Sophomores: Permission slips for the Respect Retreat on Feb 21st are no longer needed. We look forward to all sophomores attending this fun-filled day.
5. Freshman/Sophomores/Juniors: If you were absent last Thursday, the counselors held scheduling meetings about registering for next year’s classes. Please stop by the CCPC to pick up an information packet.
6. Sophomores: Are you interested in leadership opportunities? The Regional Youth Leadership Program is accepting applications for next year’s class. Applications are due Feb. 23rd. See Blackboard for details.
7. Attention World Affairs Club and anyone wishing to attend the Miami Model UN. If you want to attend the Miami Model UN, you must bring $35 cash or check payable to MHS, and attend a registration session after school tomorrow in Mr. Wolfford’s room.
8. Creative Writing Club will meet next Wednesday from 3-3:45 in Ms. Reilly’s room. If you are interested in working on a piece for the Diverse Voices Contest, please consider joining us!
9. Congratulations to the Varsity and JV Bowling teams on beating Summit and McNicholas this week. The varsity won with a record performance 2430 to 2379 against McNicholas. Leading the varsity were Dylan Buerger and Stephen Banks. Also, bowling for the varsity were Cam Hollander, MJ Griesmer, Curtis Meko, and Giancarlo Vitela. Leading the JV were Emma Veeneman and Anthony Carney. Also bowling for the JV were Brad Quick, Trey Mills, Nolan Michaelson, Luke Motto, Andy Lindner, Julie Meece, Luc Vitela, and Will Kemper. Thank You to the Seniors for a great year.
10. Kate Overbey and Ian Mikesell are up for the Enquirer Athletes of the Week. Vote often at www.cincinnati.com. CLICK HERE TO VOTE.
11. Looking for an extraordinary summer job? Local nonprofit ArtWorks is hiring artists ages 14 to 21 for PAID summer and afterschool apprenticeship positions starting at $10.10 an hour. Work side by side with local creative professionals to transform your city, creating public art and community impact projects. To learn more and apply online, go to the ArtWorks web site: ArtWorksCincinnati.org. Or see Mrs. Richardson or Ms. Hasselbeck. Online applications are due Feb. 26 and interviews take place the following week.
12. Are you looking for volunteer hours or a leadership position? Help tutor elementary students at Mariemont or Terrace Park on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons! Contact junior Amelia Popowics if you are interested and want more information.
13. Attention Key Club members: Volunteers are needed to work an hour shift at the Mariemont Elementary carnival on Sat. March 3. The carnival runs from 4-7 pm. Please see Mrs. Bell or sign up on the Key Club bulletin board to sign up for a shift.
14. Fairfax Swim Club is hiring lifeguards for the summer. You must be 15 or older and have lifeguard/CPR certification. Scheduling is flexible with competitive wages. If you don’t have lifeguard certification, certification classes will be held at the pool this Spring. See the flier outside the CCPC for details and contact information.
15. Detention today will be served with Mrs. Hayes in Room 20.