1. “Do you enjoy making new friends? Do you enjoy dancing? Want to learn something new? Join the New Palestine Color Guard! Color Guard is a Sport of the Arts where performers spin flags and dance to the music of the marching band. This activity is open to any and all NPHS males and females. Be a part of this award-winning activity! Audition classes are from 6-8pm in the NPHS Band Room today and Tomorrow. Auditions are Wednesday night at 5pm! Come check it out!!
2. All AP English Students in Mr. Gish class next year, needs to check Google Mail for information about the class. Please check your Google mail regularly for information about next fall’s class.
3. The New Palestine Boys Track and Field team placed 4th out of 14 teams yesterday in the sectional track and field meet. The Dragons were led by regional qualifiers Zach Chester (2nd in long jump), Kevin Laestch (3rd in 300hurdles), Chris Poturslaki (4th in 400, 3rd in 4*400), Andriy Vlashlyn (4*400), Sam Jones (4*400) Chase Tuggle (4*400), Lance Hilton (Pole Vault), and 5th place finishers Seth Eagleson (1600,3200) and Josh McKean (Shot put).
4. The Library Media Center will close to student passes starting May 20. All materials are due May 20th.
5. Seniors you can pick up your Caps and Gowns in the Bookstore.
6. Soccer Call Out Meeting: Girls Lab A; Boys Lab B in the Main Gym on Wednesday, May 22.
7. Through the generous donations of new and gently used shoes, Changing Footprints has provided over 50,000 pairs of shoes locally, nationally and across 15 foreign countries. Recipients of our shoes are the homeless, needy, unemployed or impoverished, also victims of earthquakes and other natural disasters. They also help those living in war-torn countries and anyone needing a helping hand. We have no qualifiers or requirements, no paperwork, no names; we just provide the footwear that is needed. There are two containers for collections, one in the main office and one in the bookstore. Thank you for any donations! If you don’t have new or gently used shoes we also take worn shoes and they are recycled into mulch..
You're invited! Indiana Private College Week 2013
Plug into Nature Summer Camp is a five-day summer camp experience for 3rd to 5th grade youth in Hancock County. Campers will receive an appreciation and enjoyment of the outdoors. They will be exposed to the beauty of nature and learn to work in teams for fun and active activities that do not included modern day technology.
We are looking for six high school (11th or 12th grade), college age students, or adults to participate as counselors during our one week camp. The camp will take place at the Nameless Creek Youth Camp from July 8, 2013 to July 12, 2013 from 9am to 4pm. The camp is located at 2675 S. 600 E, Greenfield, IN. - approximately 4 miles southeast of Greenfield, IN. Counselors will be expected to be present throughout the whole camp week and to attend 2 training sessions held on Wednesday, June 26th, 5:30-7:30 pm, and Sunday, July 7th. Counselors will receive a stipend of $175, and tee shirt for their time and dedication.
The counselors will serve as instructors for the various activities throughout the day. They may be asked to prepare and lead an activity. Counselors will need to display leadership skills and have a fun, spirited attitude throughout the experience. Campers will look to their counselors as a role model and friend throughout the week. If you are interested there are applications in the Guidance office. The deadline is June 3, 2013.
IUPUI has several summer workshops available at the School of Informatics from June 10 through July 22. You can go to www.informatics.iupui.edu/summerworkshops for all of the information. The deadline for registration is June 1, 2013.