Introduction

Monday, September 23rd

Monday, September 23rd

Daily Announcements

Monday, September 23rd

 

National Honors Society: Attention NHS students, our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 25th, in the little theater. Hope to see you there!

 

Career Center: Hey Seniors! The Golden Door Scholarship covers full tuition for qualified undocumented students. Apply by September 30th. See the Career Center for more information.

 

Come see Reed College and Washington University at St. Louis in the Career Center tomorrow.  NROTC will also be visiting to discuss Marine scholarship opportunities.  

 

Northwest Christian University is set to be in the Career Center on the 25th followed by the University of Oregon on September 26th.

 

Stop by the Career Center, check the TV monitors in the hallways, or view the South Eugene website for more details.

 

Glow-coming 2019 is this Saturday! Tickets are now being sold for $5 in the main hall before school and at lunch, and will also be available at the door. Guest request forms are due Wednesday at 4:00pm. See you in the cafeteria this Saturday from 8-11pm.

 

A study-abroad informational meeting for students and parents will take place on today at 7pm in the SEHS library. Southtown Rotary Club member and Rotary Youth Exchange representative, Gary Schwieger, will present about this year-long, host-family-based exchange program for high schoolers, including seniors interested in a gap year.

 

Seniors with Spanish speaking families, you’re invited to an event offering college application help! Come to the Eugene 4J District office at 200 North Monroe on October 3rd form 5-8pm for assistance in Spanish with College applications, financial aid, and the whole admissions process. Bring your entire family, child care will be available, and bring last year’s tax documents if you have them. Come to the career center for more information.

 

Seniors, come to the Career Center to complete your junior projects which is a mandatory graduation requirement. The Career Center isn’t very busy at the moment, so we have lots of help available. 

 

Counseling Center:  The PSAT is being administered to all sophomores and interested juniors October 16th.  Juniors must register and pay through FamilyID website. Those juniors on free and reduced lunch will not need to pay. The test is optional for juniors but is a good opportunity to practice for the SAT and/or compete for National Merit Scholarship. All sophomores are pre-registered and the fee is covered by the district. Study guides are available through sophomore English classes and in the Career Center.