September 15, 2014 – September 20, 2014
Monday, September 15, 2014
BSO @ S. Tahoe – 5:00pm
GSO @ S. Tahoe– 3:00pm
Steve Hausauer-ZAPS Test Prep-7:35a.m.-8:35a.m.-Theater
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
BTN vs Truckee-3:00p.m.
GTN @ Truckee-3:00p.m.
BUILD ON Meeting-12noon-Rm 305
Mi Cultura -Mexican Independence Day Celebration-Potluck-6:00p.m.-Cafeteria
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
GGO @ Carson Valley – Bus leaves at 10:15am
Thursday, September 18, 2014
PICTURE DAY (English Class)
BTN vs Sparks – 3:00pm
GTN @ Sparks – 3:00pm
the first book club meeting in the library at lunchtime
Friday, September 19, 2014
Senior Sunrise-Ski Beach-6:20a.m.
PICTURE DAY (English Class)
Grand Canyon University-12noon-Career Center
FB @ ROP – 1:00 p.m.
XC @ Dayton– TBA
VB(JV) vs W. Wendover – 4:00pm
VB(V) vs W. Wendover – 5:00pm
BSO @ W. Wendover-3:00p.m.
GSO @ W.Wendover-5:00p.m.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
BSO @ White Pine – 11:00am
GSO @ White Pine – 1:00pm
XC @ Calaveras County Fairgrounds-Angelo, CA-TBA
Senior Pictures and Quotes are DUE Friday, October 17th to Mrs. Henderson Seitz in Room 305 by 3pm. You may submit a hard copy, an E-Copy on a CD or via email…no flash drives accepted. There are NO EXTENTIONS TO THIS DEADLINE!!!!!!!
The Community Leadership Club returns to IHS on Wednesday’s at lunch in Foods Room #213. If you are interested in volunteering for events and projects that positively affect our schools and community then please join in. Regular attendance at the Leadership Club is a great way to gain volunteer hours. Come with your ideas and enthusiasm for making this year the best ever!
Attention all readers: we will have the first book club meeting in the library at lunchtime on Thursday, September 18. Please bring your lunch and join us to choose our first great read of the year.
Fellow Highlander Teachers….. Several JROTC students have been offered an exciting opportunity. One hundred executives from AT&T are having a conference at the Incline Village Hyatt on 22 September and have invited the Incline JROTC to participate. This will not only give JROTC students some visibility in the local community but also give them a fantastic opportunity to make some potential employment contacts. The students will be involved in numerous team building activities and will be working with the executives to assemble care packages for deployed military members. If you have an questions or concerns please feel free to contact 1 SGT Porter or Chief Malara. Again thank you for your support. If you/or some of your students are interested as a class contact Chief.
*Want to spend a year in a foreign country? See Jeni Cross in room 306 for details.
All 10th grade students will be taking the PSAT on Wednesday 10/15. This is a valuable test to prepare students for the SAT in addition to providing scholarship and recognition opportunities. Any 9th or 11th grade students who would like to take the test must pay $14 (at the front office) no later than Thursday 9/25. Late registration will not be permitted.