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10/01/2015

posted Sep 30, 2015, 12:54 PM by Valerie Kowalik
Golf is dismissed at 1:30 for their match against Mahar. 
Detention is in room 113 at 2:30 please bring work to do or a book to read
Boys soccer practice directly after school rain or shine 

Seniors taking the SAT this Saturday should remember to bring the following items with them to the testing session:

Admission ticket
Photo ID
Two #2 pencils
An acceptable calculator
It is also recommended that you bring a drink & snack for the break

Looking for a volunteer opportunity that you can put on your resume or college & scholarships applications?  

First Church in Monson is hosting a Pumpkin Festival on Saturday, October 3rd.  They are looking for volunteers to help with games, face painting and arts & craft area.  Student volunteers can commit to a particular time frame--early bird set-up, morning session or afternoon session--or volunteer for the entire day.  If interested, see Mrs. Turner in Guidance to sign-up.


The tennis club will be meeting in front of the Reception Office this Thursday after school.  Please be dressed and ready to go at 2:30.  


Sophomores may now sign-up for PSAT testing to be given on October 14th in the school library.  Spots are still available for any interested junior who has not yet signed up and paid the $14 test fee.  Sign-up in Guidance as soon as possible.  Paying the $14 fee reserves your slot and qualifies you for an official study guide.


The Springfield Falcons are hosting a Pathfinder School Spirit Night on Saturday October 10thIt is Opening Night for the Springfield Falcons, and the game is at 7 pm.  There will also be a season kickoff block party from 4-6 outside the stadium with activities, food and entertainment for those who would like to come early! The cost is $12 per ticket - see Miss Bearce in Guidance as soon as possible to get yours! 


STUDENTS ARE REMINDED THAT HATS, CELL PHONES, AND EAR BUDS ARE to be put in either a locker or your back pack 


during the day.






Do you have a gently used winter coat that you not longer wear, outgrown, or just don't need?Well bring it in! 


The Student Council is collecting gently used and new winter coats to help support individuals in out local 


communities this winter. Coats can be dropped off in the boxes located :


Outside Reception Office    


Inside the Business Office


Library


Student Services Office


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