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H.H. Dow High Announcements May 9 2019

 

H.H.Dow High School

Announcements

5/9/2019

 

Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

NHS

There is an NHS Meeting TODAY! Inducted members, probationary members, and newly probationary sophomore members should all be in attendance. There is a meeting at 2:30 and at 3:30, both in the little theater.

Please come to meet the new officers, receive some information about summer hours, and to learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities.  Newly invited probationary members, you are welcome but not required to attend!

 

See you all there!

 

Student Council

 

( Read with a passion)

Do you hate school? Do you feel like you don’t have a voice in the school? Come to room 323 on May 23rd at 7 am  for the NEW Student Council. Everyone is welcome to join “The Voice of Dow High”! There will be donuts and bananas.

 

 

The Dow High Spring Car Show will be held this Friday May 10th during both lunches. All makes and models are welcome. Please see Mr Ransom in Rm 368 for details if you are interested.

All Spring Car Show applications are due today.If rm 368 is locked please put application under the door. Also make sure all participants are in Rm 368 by 10:30. Again, the Car Show is this Friday during both lunches.

 

Bracelets to support

All around the world, animals are abused and mistreated in zoos and aquariums. Animals in captivity is real and getting worse. Contact Bizzy Haydanek or Kourtney Fischer to buy a bracelet to save the animals starting Thursday, May 9th. All proceeds will be donated to Freedom For Animals organization to help keep animals out of captivity.

Blood Drive

Attention staff and students! Do you want to make a difference in the lives of others? if so, come on out to the blood drive Friday, May 17th that will be held in the loft all day during school. Sign up outside the office during both lunches or talk to Izzy Velasquez, Emma Meitler, Sydney Block, or Logan McNamara about more details! Let's save some lives chargers!

 

WALK FOR WATER

 

    Join us for a Walk for Water on Saturday May 11th at 9am on the Dow High Track to simulate the walk that women and children make everyday to provide their families with their water source.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email Rese Elza or Emma Schultz. Also, for updated information, follow our instagram account @agua_dulcehhd

 

Food Drive

Tolu Oshin, Damon Belding, and Colton Boguszewski of Sra. Bonotto's 2nd hour class are holding a food drive to raise awareness about global poverty. It will run from Monday the 6th to Friday the 10th. Donated goods can be dropped off in Sra. Bonotto's room, room 367. You can also donate bottled water, and if you would like to donate money, contact Tolu Oshin. Our goal is 100 cans of canned goods. We know we can do it!".

Coleman Agriscience Center is hosting an Open House Saturday

May 11th

11 AM - 1 PM

Flower sales - Barn and Greenhouse tours - Family activities and a free pulled pork lunch.

 

SPORTS

 

Boys Varsity Lacrosse lost to Powers Catholic 15-13 on Wednesday evening at Atwood Stadium in Flint. They were led in scoring by Ryan Stadelmaier (2 goals, 3 assists), Chase Mahabir (3 goals, 2 assists), Ryan Sisitki (2 goals, 2 assists), and Elliot Moore (4 goals). Also scoring were Ben Brueck (1 goal, 1 assist), Christian Gordon (1 assist), Michael Andriot (2 assists), and Mason Reed (1 goal). Sisitki led the team with 12 ground balls, Jack Erickson made 13 saves in goal, and Joey Cullinane won 15 faceoffs.

 

JV SOCCER

The JV Girls soccer team defeated Midland High yesterday (5/8) by a score of 5-2. Abby McNally, Anna Grocholski, Anna Guerrieri, Anna Grocholski, and Bizzy Haydanek scores goals for the Chargers.


Good Luck Charger Athletes

Girls Varsity Tennis Valley Champs away

Varsity Baseball away at BCJG

JV Baseball home against BCJG








 



 
   









 
   




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