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Daily Message

 

Walter Panas High School Daily Message

Today is April 11, 2019 Cycle "A" Day


Seniors:  Do you need help with your college applications?  The guidance office is offering workshops every Tuesday, the period during the application season.  Please make sure to come with all of your login information and all of your questions!

Love Olive?  Do you want to see her around the school more?  Come join Club Comfort to discuss how we can involve her more in the school and just to play.  Any questions please see Mrs. Ruskin in the main office.

Clear out your closets and bring your clothing to the textile recycling box in the corner of the main
parking lot.  Torn clothing, towels and sheets are also good.  Help the Environmental Club make a difference.

Seniors who have not picked up their spring parking tag for their car must do so as soon as possible.  They are being held in Mrs. Bolner's office.

Class of 2019 - Prom bids are now on sale periods 7, 8 and after school in the library.  The cost is $95 and must include a completed Prom contract.  Cash or a check made out to WPHS CLASS OF 2019 accepted.  Bids will be on sale through May 23.  See Mrs. Cerone or Mrs. Lembo with any questions.

CODA:  stands for Co-Occurring Disorders Awareness.  Believe it or not over 10 million have Co-occurring disorders, but most have never hear of it.  Co-Occurring Disorders is the combination of one or more mental health challenges and alcohol, marijuana, opioid or other substance misuse.  People with mental health challenges often misuse substances to try to cope and manage.  Together we are going to learn more to work to change outcomes.  In addition, we will be asking you to think about the concept of compassion and how powerful it is.  Think about way e can better support each other when it comes to mental/health/trauma/substance misuse/addiction and risky behavior. 
You will be invited to wrte a post-it providing a compassionate and positive message, or to take one of your choice.  Look for information and giveaways periods 4,5,6,7.

The Interethnic/UN Club would like to thank all the staff, custodians, the Music Department and
Ashley Jones for helping to make the international dinner a great success!

The GSA is proud to present International Day of Pink on Wednesday, April 10.  It is a day where communities across the country and across the world can invite in celebrating diversity and raising awareness to stop homophobia, transphobia and all forms of bullying.  Wear pink to show your support!

Attn:  11th Graders:  We are looking to fill the Board of Education student representative positions for the next school year.  Two student reps attend monthly Board meetings and present school activities and initiatives.  See Ms. Zadra in the Guidance Office, if interested. 

Panas Got Talent:  The preview IS today, Wednesday, April 10 at 2:15 in Room 108.   All talent show acts MUST be prepared to preview their talent in order to perform at the show that is scheduled for April 26. 

Warriors meeting is being held EVERY Wednesday in room 109 after school.  Every one is welcome to participate.

There will be no General SADD Cub meeting this week.