Tech High Bulletin
Posted June 12, 2018
Tuesday, June 12, 2018 – B-Day
All Juniors planning to take AP Literature next year, please come to Mrs. Tasker’s room at 9:15 TODAY to pick up the Summer assignment! If you cannot come at that time, be sure you stop by at another time this week.
Attention All Juniors: If you signed up for AP Psychology next school year, you need to attend the AP Psychology information session TODAY at 2:30 pm in Mr. South's room. You will receive the summer assignment at this meeting. Course requirements, teacher expectations, and student workload will be discussed at this meeting.
Junior iPads will be collected today during the student’s tech classes. Students must return iPad/Accessories or an obligation will be created. Any student who wishes to use an iPad over the summer for the Extended Learning Program must do the following:
- Pay $15 iCoverage fee and bring receipt to show at school
- Parent must sign the Responsible Use Guidelines *Pick up a copy of this and Return to Media Center
Rising Seniors – Still needing a Physical Education Credit? Want to avoid having to go to Evening High or Summer School? The Public Service Academy is offering a PE credit from Monday-Thursday from 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. The course will be for one semester. Mr. Rizer (Criminal Justice I) will be the instructor. If you are interested, please see Mr. Gayman or Mr. Buhrman.
Student Assistance Program: If you are concerned about a friend’s use of drugs or alcohol, Tech High has a confidential referral program called the Student Assistance Program. You can make an anonymous referral by placing your concern in a referral box that’s located in the hall outside of the counseling center. A group of teachers and staff who have been trained to handle your concerns will take it from there. No one needs to know where the concern came from. It’s a great way to help a friend who is struggling. If you ever need help or want more information, you can talk to a member of our team: Ms. Nichols (Cosmetology I), Mr. Vanorsdale (Counseling Center), Mr. Gery (Resource Room), Mrs. Kaper-Dick (SSL Office across from the main office) or Mr. Buhrman (Assistant Principal).
Fall registration at HCC is underway. Graduating seniors may meet with an academic advisor to register on a walk-in basis. No appointment is needed. All students who want to be in the ESSENCE Early to College program next year and take classes at HCC will need to call 240-500-2238 to schedule a time to register for classes. All students are advised to register as soon as possible! Don’t forget to apply for scholarships. Visit www.hagerstowncc.edu/financial-aid.
Juniors - Please be sure to stop by Mrs. Knodle’s office by June 15th to turn in your yellow SSL cards with any hours you have earned this school year!
The Washington County Free Library is hosting a “Longest Table” community event on June 16th to re-energize the community commitment to Choose Civility. Volunteers are needed to set up tables and chairs for 150 people between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM the day of the event along with setting the table, and tear down between 8:00 PM and 9:00 PM. Follow the link to sign up at http://volunteer.unitedwaywashcounty.org/need/detail/?need_id=331122 or call 301-739-3250 ext. 168 or ext. 163 and speak to Sarah Hull.
Hagerstown Area Youth Soccer League (HAYSL) is in need of volunteers for Saturdays to open the concession stand at the Hagerstown Fairgrounds. Volunteers are needed from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM on the following date: 07/04. July 4th date is for the evening to assist in the concession stand during the fireworks display. If interested, please contact Katie Staup (HAYSL Coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org
HCC College for Kids - volunteers needed as classroom aides, before & after care and at check-in. Weekly Opportunity: June 18- August 10 Interested students should contact Volunteer Services at 240-500-2217 or email@example.com
The Washington County Public School Education Foundation, Inc. is hosting a fun and games night for Moms and Sons called Ready, Set, PLAY on Friday, June 15th, 2018 from 5:30-8:30 PM at North Hagerstown High School. Volunteers are needed to assist with field day, yard game and craft activities. Please sign up at www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0D4DAAA72CA1FC1-ready to volunteer!
The Fairplay Volunteer Fire Department is in need of several student volunteers willing to start immediately, either during the evenings and/or weekends to help out at the Fairplay Fire Hall. The station and fire hall have multiple tasks students could assist with to earn their SSL hours, such as event help during the summer for weddings and Carnival (which is June 12th-June 16th.) Interested students should contact Mr. Eckstine at 301-573-0657! Flyers are also available on the SSL bulletin board across from the Main Office.
The Community Free Clinic is holding their 18th Annual MUDD Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, July 21st. Volunteers are needed Friday, July 20th for set up and on the day of the event in the following areas:
- 7:00 AM-9:00 AM *Raising Tents & Set up
- 9:00 AM-1:00 PM & 1:00 PM-5:30 PM *Trash Pick up
- 8:00 AM-12:30 PM & 12:30-End of Tournament *Referees
- 4:00 PM-6:30 PM *Tear Down
- Friends and parents are welcome to volunteer too! Please RSVP by Thursday, June 14th to Vivienne at 301.733.9234 @ the Community Free Clinic
Horizon Goodwill Industries (14515 Pennsylvania Ave., Hagerstown) is accepting student volunteers. For more information please call 301-733-7330. Volunteer applications are available online.
Booksavers in Hagerstown is in need of summer student volunteers. They can use volunteers who can help once or on a reoccurring basis. Volunteers would sort books in their warehouse, package books to be shipped to customers, sort/check price of books on Amazon.com and receivers to assist customers. Downloadable applications are on the Booksavers.org website. For questions, email Kathy Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301-665-1525.
Entrée – Meatball Stroganoff w/ Egg Noodles & Vegetables
Ala Carte – Burger & Fries
Dessert – Brownie