Keystone High School Daily Announcements Continued....

Friday, Nov 17
There are no additional announcements. Have a nice weekend.

Thursday, Nov 16
The sophomore t-shirt sales will continue until next Friday, 11/17/17.  Order forms can be found in the office.

Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by this Friday to register!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! On FRIDAY Youth 4 Youth students will have a meeting during 5b/5c in the multi-use room! Stop in during your lunch period for a treat. Students that have lunch 5a please check with your 5b/5c teacher to attend!

Wednesday, Nov 15
The sophomore t-shirt sales will continue until next Friday, 11/17/17.  Order forms can be found in the office.

Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by this Friday to register!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! On FRIDAY Youth 4 Youth students will have a meeting during 5b/5c in the multi-use room! Stop in during your lunch period for a treat. Students that have lunch 5a please check with your 5b/5c teacher to attend!


Tuesday, Nov 14
The sophomore t-shirt sales will continue until next Friday, 11/17/17.  Order forms can be found in the office.

Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by this Friday to register!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! On FRIDAY Youth 4 Youth students will have a meeting during 5b/5c in the multi-use room! Stop in during your lunch period for a treat. Students that have lunch 5a please check with your 5b/5c teacher to attend!


Monday, Nov 13
The sophomore t-shirt sales will continue until next Friday, 11/17/17.  Order forms can be found in the office.

Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by Friday, November 17th to register!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! On November 17 Youth 4 Youth students will have a meeting during 5b/5c in the multi-use room! Stop in during your lunch period for a treat. Students that have lunch 5a please check with your 5b/5c teacher to attend!

Here are the October PRIDE ticket totals for each grade level:  
    Seniors: 275
    Juniors: 305
    Sophomores: 324
    Freshmen: 372
It's a very close race for total tickets earned so far this school year.  Right now the sophomores have earned 509 PRIDE tickets, and the freshmen are in first place with 514!  Keep up the great work everyone!  We are proud of each and every one of you.


Friday, Nov 10
The sophomore t-shirt sales will continue until next Friday, 11/10/17.  Order forms can be found in the office.

The Wildcat Corner is currently being updated for the month of November.  Visit our blog to vote for the question of the month, submit your photo of the month, and check to see if you were caught in "Hallway Talk" before it is too late.  Our website address is rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner.

Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by Friday, November 17th to register!

PTA is holding a Spirit Wear Sale!  Order forms are available in the office or via www.keystonelocalschools.org !  

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! On November 17 Youth 4 Youth students will have a meeting during 5b/5c in the multi-use room! Stop in during your lunch period for a treat. Students that have lunch 5a please check with your 5b/5c teacher to attend!


Thursday, Nov 9
Attention Sophomores! Your class t-shirt sale is this week.  Order forms can be picked up in the office.  Orders & payment are due by this Friday, to Ms. Heffernan.  Orders can be turned in to room, 123 or put in her mailbox.  T-shirts are $15.00. The shirts will be gray with white writing and a purple paw-print.

The Wildcat Corner is currently being updated for the month of November.  Visit our blog to vote for the question of the month, submit your photo of the month, and check to see if you were caught in "Hallway Talk" before it is too late.  Our website address is rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner.

Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by Friday, November 17th to register!

PTA is holding a Spirit Wear Sale!  Order forms are available in the office or via www.keystonelocalschools.org !  


Wednesday, Nov 8
Attention Sophomores! Your class t-shirt sale is this week.  Order forms can be picked up in the office.  Orders & payment are due by this Friday, 11/10/17 to Ms. Heffernan.  Orders can be turned into room 123 or put in her mailbox.  T-shirts are $15.00, the shirts will be gray with white writing and a purple paw-print.

The Wildcat Corner is currently being updated for the month of November.  Visit our blog to vote for the question of the month, submit your photo of the month, and check to see if you were caught in "Hallway Talk" before it is too late.  Our website address is rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner.

Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by Friday, November 17th to register!

Seniors your counselors will be holding a College Application Day on Wednesday November 8 in the Computer Lab. Ms. Schwedt and Ms. Redd will be available all periods except 5C to assist you with any help that you may need on your College Applications. This is not just limited to applications for four year Universities. We will help with applications for LCCC, Vocational Schools, two year programs, etc. It is time to start considering your future, so let us help you in the process. There is a google form (one that works this time) that can be found through Remind101, the Class of 2018 Google Classroom, or it may be found on the KHS Guidance Twitter page. There is a limit of 15 students per period so sign up ASAP! If you have questions, see Ms. Schwedt.

PTA is holding a Spirit Wear Sale!  Order forms are available in the office or via www.keystonelocalschools.org !  


Tuesday, Nov 7
Attention Sophomores! Your class t-shirt sale is this week.  Order forms can be picked up in the office.  Orders & payment are due by this Friday, 11/10/17 to Ms. Heffernan.  Orders can be turned into room 123 or put in her mailbox.  T-shirts are $15.00, the shirts will be gray with white writing and a purple paw-print.

The Wildcat Corner is currently being updated for the month of November.  Visit our blog to vote for the question of the month, submit your photo of the month, and check to see if you were caught in "Hallway Talk" before it is too late.  Our website address is rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner.

Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by Friday, November 17th to register!

Seniors your counselors will be holding a College Application Day on Wednesday November 8 in the Computer Lab. Ms. Schwedt and Ms. Redd will be available all periods except 5C to assist you with any help that you may need on your College Applications. This is not just limited to applications for four year Universities. We will help with applications for LCCC, Vocational Schools, two year programs, etc. It is time to start considering your future, so let us help you in the process. There is a google form (one that works this time) that can be found through Remind101, the Class of 2018 Google Classroom, or it may be found on the KHS Guidance Twitter page. There is a limit of 15 students per period so sign up ASAP! If you have questions, see Ms. Schwedt.

PTA is holding a Spirit Wear Sale!  Order forms are available in the office or via www.keystonelocalschools.org !  


Thursday, Nov 2
Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by Friday, November 17th to register!

Seniors your counselors will be holding a College Application Day on Wednesday November 8 in the Computer Lab. Ms. Schwedt and Ms. Redd will be available all periods except 5C to assist you with any help that you may need on your College Applications. This is not just limited to applications for four year Universities. We will help with applications for LCCC, Vocational Schools, two year programs, etc. It is time to start considering your future, so let us help you in the process. There is a google form (one that works this time) that can be found through Remind101, the Class of 2018 Google Classroom, or it may be found on the KHS Guidance Twitter page. There is a limit of 15 students per period so sign up ASAP! If you have questions, see Ms. Schwedt.


Wednesday, Nov 1
Attention students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade--are you considering a future in the military?  Are you completely unsure of what you might do after high school?  Then consider taking the ASVAB test at KHS on Monday, November 20th.  ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.  This is a test for high school students taken when they are in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.  You are also eligible to retake the test to get a higher score if need be. Though it isn’t required to enter the U.S. military, it can give you a good idea of what military jobs and placements would be best for you.  Even if you're not thinking about the military, this test can help you examine your strengths and interests; your results will give you some useful career exploration ideas.  Spots for the test are limited, so see your counselor by Friday, November 17th to register!

Seniors your counselors will be holding a College Application Day on Wednesday November 8 in the Computer Lab. Ms. Schwedt and Ms. Redd will be available all periods except 5C to assist you with any help that you may need on your College Applications. This is not just limited to applications for four year Universities. We will help with applications for LCCC, Vocational Schools, two year programs, etc. It is time to start considering your future, so let us help you in the process. There is a google form (one that works this time) that can be found through Remind101, the Class of 2018 Google Classroom, or it may be found on the KHS Guidance Twitter page. There is a limit of 15 students per period so sign up ASAP! If you have questions, see Ms. Schwedt.

Monday, Oct 30
Are your costumes ready?! The Halloween Costume Contest will be held between second and third period TOMORROW. Categories include cutest, creepiest, best group, best TV or movie character, best duo/trio and funniest.

The winner of the candy jar is Mrs. Manning!  There were 725 pieces of candy corn in the jar.  Mrs. Manning had the closest guess of 501 pieces.  Congratulations Mrs. Manning! You can pick up your candy from room 123 at the end of the day.

Friday, Oct 27
At this point you should all have your parking passes. We will start issuing consequences this week for people that do not have their parking pass displayed in their car. If someone parks in your spot let the main office know and we will address that student privately.

If you attend the JVS and park in our lot for any period of time, you must have a parking pass.

Get your costumes ready!!! The Halloween Costume Contest will be held between second and third period on Tuesday, October 31st. Categories include cutest, creepiest, best group, best TV or movie character, best duo/trio and funniest. Check out one of the many flyers posted throughout the building for details.

THE Ohio State University is offering an event for students interested in the Health Sciences.  This means any student considering medicine, nursing, veterinary sciences, etc!  The program is on Thursday, October 26 from 2-5 PM.  See your counselor for more info.

Also please make sure that you have signed up for our REMIND for Youth 4 Youth! Just text @youth4yo to 81010 to receive meeting updates and reminders! We need Zero Proof Mix-off recipes no later than THIS FRIDAY to be entered into the mix off! Get your recipe to Mrs. Deal ASAP!! Any questions stop by Room 119!
Thursday, Oct 26
At this point you should all have your parking passes. We will start issuing consequences this week for people that do not have their parking pass displayed in their car. If someone parks in your spot let the main office know and we will address that student privately.

If you attend the JVS and park in our lot for any period of time, you must have a parking pass.

Get your costumes ready!!! The Halloween Costume Contest will be held between second and third period on Tuesday, October 31st. Categories include cutest, creepiest, best group, best TV or movie character, best duo/trio and funniest. Check out one of the many flyers posted throughout the building for details.

FCCLA will have a jar full of candy during the lunch periods this week.  You can purchase a chance to guess how much candy is in the jar.  One guess is 50 cents.  You can also purchase 3 guesses for $1.   The person who guesses the correct number will win the jar of candy.   The winner will be announced on Monday.

The KHS Yearbook class has launched a blog that will be regularly updated covering what is happening in our building.  Were you caught in this month's hallway talk?  Do you want to know why we had to take MAP tests?  Are you curious about what type of jeans Mr. Hogue wears?  Visit the following site for more information: https://rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner.  

THE Ohio State University is offering an event for students interested in the Health Sciences.  This means any student considering medicine, nursing, veterinary sciences, etc!  The program is on Thursday, October 26 from 2-5 PM.  See your counselor for more info.

We have raised almost $100 to send to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. TOMORROW is the last day for donations so pull out those hats and help up reach our goal! GO CATS!

Youth 4 Youth members: TOMORROW starting at 12:30 we will be handing out candy to the Elementary students that will be walking over from KES.  This Sunday is Trunk or Treat at the LaGrange United Methodist Church. Please remember to get your candy donations to Room 119 to Mrs. Deal or Mrs. Robinson!

Also please make sure that you have signed up for our REMIND for Youth 4 Youth! Just text @youth4yo to 81010 to receive meeting updates and reminders! We need Zero Proof Mix-off recipes no later than THIS FRIDAY to be entered into the mix off! Get your recipe to Mrs. Deal ASAP!! Any questions stop by Room 119!


Wednesday, Oct 25
At this point you should all have your parking passes. We will start issuing consequences this week for people that do not have their parking pass displayed in their car. If someone parks in your spot let the main office know and we will address that student privately.

If you attend the JVS and park in our lot for any period of time, you must have a parking pass.

Get your costumes ready!!! The Halloween Costume Contest will be held between second and third period on Tuesday, October 31st. Categories include cutest, creepiest, best group, best TV or movie character, best duo/trio and funniest. Check out one of the many flyers posted throughout the building for details.

FCCLA will have a jar full of candy during the lunch periods this week.  You can purchase a chance to guess how much candy is in the jar.  One guess is 50 cents.  You can also purchase 3 guesses for $1.   The person who guesses the correct number will win the jar of candy.   The winner will be announced on Monday, October 30.

The KHS Yearbook class has launched a blog that will be regularly updated covering what is happening in our building.  Were you caught in this month's hallway talk?  Do you want to know why we had to take MAP tests?  Are you curious about what type of jeans Mr. Hogue wears?  Visit the following site for more information: https://rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner. 

THE Ohio State University is offering an event for students interested in the Health Sciences.  This means any student considering medicine, nursing, veterinary sciences, etc!  The program is on Thursday, October 26 from 2-5 PM.  See your counselor for more info.

ATTENTION KEYSTONE! We have raised almost $100 to send to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. This Friday is the last day for donations so pull out those hats and help up reach our goal! GO CATS!

Youth 4 Youth members: This Friday starting at 12:30 we will be handing out candy to the Elementary students that will be walking over from KES AND This Sunday is Trunk or Treat at the LaGrange United Methodist Church. Please remember to get your candy donations to Room 119 to Mrs. Deal or Mrs. Robinson!

Also please make sure that you have signed up for our REMIND for Youth 4 Youth! Just text @youth4yo to 81010 to receive meeting updates and reminders! We need Zero Proof Mix-off recipes no later than THIS FRIDAY to be entered into the mix off! Get your recipe to Mrs. Deal ASAP!! Any questions stop by Room 119!




Tuesday, Oct 24
At this point you should all have your parking passes. We will start issuing consequences this week for people that do not have their parking pass displayed in their car. If someone parks in your spot let the main office know and we will address that student privately.

If you attend the JVS and park in our lot for any period of time, you must have a parking pass.

Get your costumes ready!!! The Halloween Costume Contest will be held between second and third period on Tuesday, October 31st. Categories include cutest, creepiest, best group, best TV or movie character, best duo/trio and funniest. Check out one of the many flyers posted throughout the building for details.

FCCLA will have a jar full of candy during the lunch periods this week.  You can purchase a chance to guess how much candy is in the jar.  One guess is 50 cents.  You can also purchase 3 guesses for $1.   The person who guesses the correct number will win the jar of candy.   The winner will be announced on Monday, October 30.

The KHS Yearbook class has launched a blog that will be regularly updated covering what is happening in our building.  Were you caught in this month's hallway talk?  Do you want to know why we had to take MAP tests?  Are you curious about what type of jeans Mr. Hogue wears?  Visit the following site for more information: https://rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner.  

Picture Re-takes are TOMORROW!

THE Ohio State University is offering an event for students interested in the Health Sciences.  This means any student considering medicine, nursing, veterinary sciences, etc!  The program is on Thursday, October 26 from 2-5 PM.  See your counselor for more info.

Monday, Oct 23
Get your costumes ready!!! The Halloween Costume Contest will be held between second and third period on Tuesday, October 31st. Categories include cutest, creepiest, best group, best TV or movie character, best duo/trio and funniest. Check out one of the many flyers posted throughout the building for details.

FCCLA will have a jar full of candy during the lunch periods this week.  You can purchase a chance to guess how much candy is in the jar.  One guess is 50 cents.  You can also purchase 3 guesses for $1.   The person who guesses the correct number will win the jar of candy.   The winner will be announced on Monday, October 30.

The KHS Yearbook class has launched a blog that will be regularly updated covering what is happening in our building.  Were you caught in this month's hallway talk?  Do you want to know why we had to take MAP tests?  Are you curious about what type of jeans Mr. Hogue wears?  Visit the following site for more information: https://rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner.  

Picture Re-takes are on Wednesday!

THE Ohio State University is offering an event for students interested in the Health Sciences.  This means any student considering medicine, nursing, veterinary sciences, etc!  The program is on Thursday, October 26 from 2-5 PM.  See your counselor for more info.

For interested Sophomores: we have an exciting opportunity for you to attend the 2018 State Leadership Seminar. Every Spring, more than 10,000 students across the country join one of HOBY's 70 State Leadership Seminars and return with passion and inspiration to make a difference in their community. This year the event will take place at Youngstown State University from June 7-10th. Only one sophomore will be selected to attend this event. If you are interested see Ms. Schwedt in the Guidance Office. In order to be considered you must fill out an application, so stop in ASAP to get more information.


Friday, Oct 20
The KHS Yearbook class has launched a blog that will be regularly updated covering what is happening in our building.  Were you caught in this month's hallway talk?  Do you want to know why we had to take MAP tests?  Are you curious about what type of jeans Mr. Hogue wears?  Visit the following site for more information: https://rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner.  

Students – When you need to sign in or sign out of school, PLEASE be sure to print your name so that we can read what you wrote!  

Picture Re-takes are on Wednesday, October 25.  

THE Ohio State University is offering an event for students interested in the Health Sciences.  This means any student considering medicine, nursing, veterinary sciences, etc!  The program is on Thursday, October 26 from 2-5 PM.  See your counselor for more info.

The College of Wooster will be coming to meet with a small group of interested students on Monday at 10am. If you are interested in this meeting, please speak to your counselor and they will give you a pass to be excused to attend. This is a great opportunity to ask the college representative questions!

For interested Sophomores: we have an exciting opportunity for you to attend the 2018 State Leadership Seminar. Every Spring, more than 10,000 students across the country join one of HOBY's 70 State Leadership Seminars and return with passion and inspiration to make a difference in their community. This year the event will take place at Youngstown State University from June 7-10th. Only one sophomore will be selected to attend this event. If you are interested see Ms. Schwedt in the Guidance Office. In order to be considered you must fill out an application, so stop in ASAP to get more information.


Thursday, Oct 19
The KHS Yearbook class has launched a blog that will be regularly updated covering what is happening in our building.  Were you caught in this month's hallway talk?  Do you want to know why we had to take MAP tests?  Are you curious about what type of jeans Mr. Hogue wears?  Visit the following site for more information: https://rebrand.ly/WildcatCorner. 

Students – When you need to sign in or sign out of school, PLEASE be sure to print your name so that we can read what you wrote! 

Seniors--the Class of 2018 panoramic picture is TOMORROW MORNING at 7:00 AM in the gym.  If you are late, you will miss the opportunity to be in this special photo.  Please wear a white shirt and jeans.  Our senior class t-shirts will be available before that time--more info to come!  If you would like an order form ahead of time, stop by Ms. Redd's office.  Otherwise, bring a blank check on Friday morning for ordering.

Picture Re-takes are on Wednesday, October 25. 

THE Ohio State University is offering an event for students interested in the Health Sciences.  This means any student considering medicine, nursing, veterinary sciences, etc!  The program is on Thursday, October 26 from 2-5 PM.  See your counselor for more info.

The College of Wooster will be coming to meet with a small group of interested students on Oct 23 at 10am. If you are interested in this meeting, please speak to your counselor and they will give you a pass to be excused to attend. This is a great opportunity to ask the college representative questions!

For interested Sophomores: we have an exciting opportunity for you to attend the 2018 State Leadership Seminar. Every Spring, more than 10,000 students across the country join one of HOBY's 70 State Leadership Seminars and return with passion and inspiration to make a difference in their community. This year the event will take place at Youngstown State University from June 7-10th. Only one sophomore will be selected to attend this event. If you are interested see Ms. Schwedt in the Guidance Office. In order to be considered you must fill out an application, so stop in ASAP to get more information.