Introduction

Thursday February 27th

Thursday February 27th

Career Center: Seniors, are you headed to LCC next year? If so, the career center has a set of steps to enroll and other guidance for getting financial aid and figuring out how to get what you need from LCC. Come by and pick up our instructions if you think they’d be useful to you.

 

Attention Seniors looking for scholarships! There are several local scholarships coming up. Local money is easier to win than national scholarships. The Emerald Empire Kiwanis Scholarship awards $500 to a South senior based on school and community achievements and is not based on financial need. Apply by 3/2.

 

And the Singer Foundation is awarding $2,500 to $5,000 to Eugene seniors with financial need. Requires a minimum 3.0 GPA. Apply by 3/2.

 

For Seniors heading to LCC, the Gilma Greenhoot Scholarship offers renewal awards based on financial need. Requires a 2.0 to 3.0 GPA. Apply by 3/2. Be sure to check out the South website for more on this and other local scholarships. 

 

Social Justice Leadership Class: Social Justice Leadership is putting on a movie night. We will be showing Black Panther and talking about the importance of equality and respect. The movie will be in the cafeteria this Friday from 3-6.

 

Music: South Eugene had an excellent showing at the District Solo Ensemble Festival. The following students received 1st place and will be going to State in May. Miranda Newnan (Violin), Joowhan Song (clarinet), Daniel Huang (viola), and Katie Wischowski (alto sax).

 

OBOB: Please come to the library at lunch for OBOB. Hope to see you there!

 

BSU: A sign up sheet for the African American Youth Leadership Conference is in Dunkin’s room (room 202). Pick up a permission slip and provide your t-shirt size by March 6th.

 

Student Government: Guess what? Have you ever wanted a reason to wear purple? Well if yes, then come to the assembly THIS Friday. If you wear purple you can get a raffle ticket to win prizes like a Mucho Gusto gift card.

 

Look around for QR codes to scan and vote on the merch design you want to see on some tee shirts and more!

 

Today for Black History Month we would like to feature Dahiel Hale Williams who was an Afircan American general surgeon who performed the world’s first successful open-heart surgery. “Anything is possible when it’s done in love, and everything you can do should be in love or it will fail.” -Williams

 

South Eugene Theater: Wonder of the World runs this weekend only, Wednesday through Saturday. This absurd comedy involving Niagara Falls, giant jar of peanut butter, and barbie heads will have you laughing out loud. Tickets are $7 for students and available at South Eugene Theater.org or at the door. 

 

South Kitchen:  Don’t miss our warm and savory turkey and gravy over mashed potatoes served with a roll. Our featured salad of the day will be classic or veggie chef. Please remember to come in for breakfast before the announcements start.