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Celtic Announcements for 03/16/15

Good Monday Celts!  The countdown to Spring Break is on, 3 days this week and then some time off for you to focus and recharge for the end of the year.  Take a second to remember the messages from Compassionate Celts we heard from at the assembly on Friday.  You are a powerful person, think about how you are going to get involved and take care of the people around you?  How are you going to show that you CARE, for yourself, and for others?  Bring a Shoe for 1000 Soles, get involved with Aware Club or Relay for Life, or just get tuned in to the needs of someone around you and help them to be stronger.

 

Now, here’s a few things you need to know to make it through the week.  

 

The girls basketball end of the year banquet will be Tonight at 6pm. Please be there to celebrate a great season with your teammates and coaches!

 

Parent Teacher Conferences are going on Wednesday night and all day or Thursday.  Make sure your parents or guardians know about this event and take some time to make a better connection with your teachers to improve your success this semester.  

 

If you are a junior and you want to go to college, but you're not exactly sure how to get there, you should join the WOU Project! You get to spend two weeks during the summer visiting different campuses and experiencing college life, as well as getting help with applications and finding money for college. Applications are available in the Student Connection Center if you didn't get one in your English class, and they must be turned in to Mrs. Tedrow in the Student Connection Center by this Wednesday, March 18.

 

Come to Study Hall after school in the cafeteria or on Wednesday mornings before school in the Student Connection Center and use your last twelve weeks of school to get good grades and pass all of your classes. We have food, we have tutors, and we have space for you to sit and get stuff done.

 

For those of you who are musically inclined, a music theory tutor is available to help you with all things musical on Fridays after school from 2:30-3:30pm in the Student Connection Center. Talk to Mrs. Tedrow if you have any questions about any of the study halls.

 

Cancer Awareness Fundraiser will ends TODAY.  A Leadership student will come around and pick up your bucket in approx 20min.  Be sure to drop off as much change as possible before we arrive so your class can be one of the recipients of a Doughnut Feed.  

 

Rotary Club is for ages 12-18, we are trying to recruit a lot of young people to be involved in this club so we can help out the community on any events we can do and come up with. This club also helps for students who needs community service hours for school for their requirements. We meet in room 216 every other Tuesday at 2:30 in Mr. Lomax’s room: he is one of the teacher that joins with us along with Mr. Handley.

 

INTERSTED IN PREPARING FOR COLLEGE? College Prep Checklists for 9th through 12th graders are now available in the connection center. Pick yours up today!

   

The World of Work class has been working hard all year to keep McNary Green by emptying and sorting through the blue recycling bins in each of your classes.  Please, help out by putting your recyclable items in this bag whenever you can, this includes paper, pop cans, plastic bottles, and cardboard.  This does not include, paper towels, trash, or anything with food debris on it.  Thanks for saving the planet Celts.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer cookies every Thursday during A and B Lunches.  You can choose from chocolate chip or M & M.  The cookies are 35 cents each, or 3 for a dollar.  The cookies not only taste good, but they also meet the Oregon state nutritional guidelines.  

 

Attention CELTS!!! Text the word CELTS to 89800 to get updated McNary reminders as well as offers from Big Town Hero. It's that easy! Text CELTS (that's C-E-L-T-S) to 89800!

 

“Saludos!  Dreamers’ Club now meets on Thursdays, 2:30pm, in Room 140.  See Ms. Reyes or Mr. Somerville if you have questions.”

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips learn a secret code to communicate with your friends across the room?  Then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read mon-guh? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156. Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to help out with a big upcoming project.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets in room 144.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

 

Celtic Announcements for 3/13/15

Happy Friday CELTS!  Today is a day to celebrate Compassionate Celts.  You all have the capacity to take care of the people in your community, and there are many opportunities here at McNary to get involved with groups that do just that.  Please join us at the assembly after 2nd period to learn more about Celts that Care.  Because there’s more to life, than just making yourself happy.   

 

The girls basketball end of the year banquet will be this Monday at 6pm. Please be there to celebrate a great season with your teammates and coaches!

 

Hungry students need to come to room 157 to get their new lunch passes.  If you’re grades didn’t cut the mustard, then get the help you need this 6wks and get those grades up so you can go out to eat again next 6wks.  

 

If you are a junior and you want to go to college, but you're not exactly sure how to get there, you should join the WOU Project! You get to spend two weeks during the summer visiting different campuses and experiencing college life, as well as getting help with applications and finding money for college. Applications are available in the Student Connection Center if you didn't get one in your English class, and they must be turned in to Mrs. Tedrow in the Student Connection Center by next Wednesday, March 18.

 

Today is the last day to sign up for Track and Field. Get your paperwork to Meridith in the Athletic Office ASAP. No paperwork will be accepted after Friday.

 

Come to Study Hall after school in the cafeteria or on Wednesday mornings before school in the Student Connection Center and use your last twelve weeks of school to get good grades and pass all of your classes. We have food, we have tutors, and we have space for you to sit and get stuff done.

 

For those of you who are musically inclined, a music theory tutor is available to help you with all things musical on Fridays after school from 2:30-3:30pm in the Student Connection Center. Talk to Mrs. Tedrow if you have any questions about any of the study halls.

 

Show your resolve to stop sex trafficking by joining in CNN's Freedom Project by wearing a red X on your hand TODAY during the Pep Assembly. The AWARE Club looks forward to recognizing your awareness and commitment to protect the children in your lives.  Wear a red X on Today and we'll see you at the assembly

 

The Cancer Awareness Fundraiser will end on Monday.  A Leadership student will come around and pick up your bucket during 2nd period on Monday.  Students, bring what you can to ensure your class wins the doughnut feed and you all do what you can to flush cancer.  

 

Boys Tennis is from 3:15- 5:00. See coach Reid if you have any questions.

 

A reminder to all students interested in signing up for the Asian Youth Leadership Conference, please get your registration & student ambassador forms to Ms. Hanson in the counseling office as soon as possible.

 

Rotary Club is for ages 12-18, we are trying to recruit a lot of young people to be involved in this club so we can help out the community on any events we can do and come up with. This club also helps for students who needs community service hours for school for their requirements. We meet in room 216 every other Tuesday at 2:30 in Mr. Lomax’s room: he is one of the teacher that joins with us along with Mr. Handley.

 

INTERSTED IN PREPARING FOR COLLEGE? College Prep Checklists for 9th through 12th graders are now available in the connection center. Pick yours up today!

   

The World of Work class has been working hard all year to keep McNary Green by emptying and sorting through the blue recycling bins in each of your classes.  Please, help out by putting your recyclable items in this bag whenever you can, this includes paper, pop cans, plastic bottles, and cardboard.  This does not include, paper towels, trash, or anything with food debris on it.  Thanks for saving the planet Celts.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer cookies every Thursday during A and B Lunches.  You can choose from chocolate chip or M & M.  The cookies are 35 cents each, or 3 for a dollar.  The cookies not only taste good, but they also meet the Oregon state nutritional guidelines.  

 

Attention CELTS!!! Text the word CELTS to 89800 to get updated McNary reminders as well as offers from Big Town Hero. It's that easy! Text CELTS (that's C-E-L-T-S) to 89800!

 

“Saludos!  Dreamers’ Club now meets on Thursdays, 2:30pm, in Room 140.  See Ms. Reyes or Mr. Somerville if you have questions.”

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips learn a secret code to communicate with your friends across the room?  Then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208.

 

Unfortunately the Anime Club will need to be canceled today after school.  Please join us again after Spring Break when the Anime Club will be up and running again at full speed with lots of work to be done for our Spring Fling Fundraiser.  

 

Do you love to watch anime or read mon-guh? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156. Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to help out with a big upcoming project.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets in room 144.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

 

Celtic Announcements for 03/09/15

Happy Tuesday Celts!  The Red Cross is here and we’re getting into our Celts Care Week.  We’ll be saving hundreds of lives today, and when you get your blue note delivered it’s your time to go to the West Balcony and Donate.  We’ll continue the good spirit on Friday with our assembly, warning, over 100 inches of hair might get cut, will it be yours???

 

Hungry students need to come to room 157 to get their new lunch passes.  If you’re grades didn’t cut the mustard, then get the help you need this 6wks and get those grades up so you can go out to eat again next 6wks.  

 

The Air Force JROTC had an amazing drill competition weekend at the two state regional championship drill meet. For the Physical training competition, Brandon Lopez finished 9th overall and Karisma Collier finished in the 10th position of more than 50 competitors. The Armed drill team placed 4th overall, moving up from their 5th place standing. The highlight of the weekend was when Collin Roberts earned 2nd place in the region for individual armed drill. Then Dawson Young and Connor Hogan dazzled the crowd with their amazing dual armed drill display, earning bragging rights as the regional dual armed drill champions.

 

Show your resolve to stop sex trafficking by joining in CNN's Freedom Project by wearing a red X on your hand March 13th during the Pep Assembly. The AWARE Club looks forward to recognizing your awareness and commitment to protect the children in your lives.  Wear a red X on Friday and we'll see you at the assembly

 

Wrestlers, the awards banquet is set for 7:00 pm on Wednesday at Pietros Pizza.  You should have received your informational flier and today is an important day.  You must report to the Library to complete your after season survey.  We will be in the back computer lab.  Also, please stop by the locker room after school today and clear out your locker, returning any hangers, headgear, uniforms or other team equipment you may have in there.  Anything left in the lockers after Wednesday will be cleaned out and donated.  Looking forward to seeing you at our celebration tomorrow!

 

The Cancer Awareness Fundraiser is going on now until the end of next week.  Your 2nd period class has a chance to win doughnuts by bringing in money to support the McNary Relay for Life team.  The top 3 classes to bring in the most money per student will win a doughnut feed.  

 

Boys Tennis is from 3:15- 5:00. See coach Reid if you have any questions.

 

This year’s blood drive will be tomorrow in the Upper West Gym.  If you have been scheduled to donate you will be sent a note during the day to be called out of class.  You are not allowed to leave until you receive this note.  Donors should also drink plenty of water today, eat plenty of good food, and get a good nights rest.  All of these things will make your life-saving experience more enjoyable.  We’re trying to save 300 lives tomorrow, so let’s get it done Celts.  See Mr. Heimerdinger after school today if you have any questions.  

 

A reminder to all students interested in signing up for the Asian Youth Leadership Conference, please get your registration & student ambassador forms to Ms. Hanson in the counseling office as soon as possible.

 

Rotary Club is for ages 12-18, we are trying to recruit a lot of young people to be involved in this club so we can help out the community on any events we can do and come up with. This club also helps for students who needs community service hours for school for their requirements. We meet in room 216 every other Tuesday at 2:30 in Mr. Lomax’s room: he is one of the teacher that joins with us along with Mr. Handley.

 

INTERSTED IN PREPARING FOR COLLEGE? College Prep Checklists for 9th through 12th graders are now available in the connection center. Pick yours up today!

 

Do you have long hair?  Do you want to help children with Cancer feel better about themselves?  If you answered yes to both of those questions, then you will want to sign up to donate to Locks of Love as part of the March Cancer Awareness Month Assembly.  If you can donate 9 inches of non-bleached hair, then we’ll set you up with a free cut and style from a local salon.  Sign up outside room 53 for more information.

 

Remember how stressed you were to bring your grades up at the end of last semester? Or maybe you were fine, but your friends were having kittens*? Bring yourself and your friends to study hall after school in the cafeteria from 2:30-3:30pm and be the boss of turning in every assignment and studying for every test. Take advantage of our super smart study hall tutors, free food, and free academic planners, and you will own this semester. Then you can go play in the sun while everyone else is desperately trying to make up missing work before summer break.If you can't come after school, come to Wednesday Morning Study Hall in the Student Connection Center from 7:00-8:00am.

 

Attention musically inclined students: We have two new Music Study Halls just for you! Two brilliant music majors from Corban University are volunteering their time to help you with Music Theory, Sight Reading, Oral Dictation, Composition, and other music-related problem areas.  Music Study Halls are in the Student Connection Center on Thursdays during both A and B lunches, and on Fridays after school from 2:30-3:30pm.

   

The World of Work class has been working hard all year to keep McNary Green by emptying and sorting through the blue recycling bins in each of your classes.  Please, help out by putting your recyclable items in this bag whenever you can, this includes paper, pop cans, plastic bottles, and cardboard.  This does not include, paper towels, trash, or anything with food debris on it.  Thanks for saving the planet Celts.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer cookies every Thursday during A and B Lunches.  You can choose from chocolate chip or M & M.  The cookies are 35 cents each, or 3 for a dollar.  The cookies not only taste good, but they also meet the Oregon state nutritional guidelines.  

 

Attention NEXT year's Juniors and Seniors...  The new Career and Technical Education Center is opening this fall to all 2015-16 Juniors and Seniors interested in careers in residential construction or commercial manufacturing.  There will be an important informational meeting for you and your parents to attend on March 12

at 6:30-7:30 pm in the Library.  During the meeting you will learn about this exceptional opportunity allowing students to explore hands-on training, skills and knowledge in commercial manufacturing or residential construction, while still enrolled at their residential school where they can participate in their school's extracurricular activities.  Dual credit can be earned for both high school completion, as well as college courses.  Free transportation is provided, if needed.  Again, the meeting  is   March 12th, from 6:30 -7:30, in the library.  We are looking forward to sharing information about this incredible program and opportunity for Salem-Keizer Juniors and Seniors!"You all should have received a postcard in the mail about these meetings the last week of January.  If you are unable to attend the meeting time at your school, you are very welcome to attend any of the meetings at the other high schools in town.  The postcard lists all of those dates.

The main office should have more copies of that card if you need one.   Thank you!

 

Attention CELTS!!! Text the word CELTS to 89800 to get updated McNary reminders as well as offers from Big Town Hero. It's that easy! Text CELTS (that's C-E-L-T-S) to 89800!

 

“Saludos!  Dreamers’ Club now meets on Thursdays, 2:30pm, in Room 140.  See Ms. Reyes or Mr. Somerville if you have questions.”

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips learn a secret code to communicate with your friends across the room?  Then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read mon-guh? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156. Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to help out with a big upcoming project.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets in room 144.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

 

Celtic Announcements for 3/5/15

It’s a ThurFriday Celts!  Hopefully you’ve taken care of your business this 6wks and you’ve made it easy for your teachers to do their 6wk progress reports tomorrow.  If not, you have 12 more weeks until the end of the school year, so use this 3 Day Weekend, to get your wiggles out and come back ready to Succeed!     

 

The Boys Basketball Team is playing tomorrow at 6:30pm in North Medford. Rooter bus permission slips and $20 is due TODAY by 3:30pm. There are only 50 spots available so get yours in ASAP!

 

The Cancer Awareness Fundraiser is going on now until the end of next week.  Your 2nd period class has a chance to win doughnuts by bringing in money to support the McNary Relay for Life team.  The top 3 classes to bring in the most money per student will win a doughnut feed.  

 

All Blood Drive Volunteers, there will be a quick meeting in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room today after school.  If you plan to work at the blood drive that’s coming up one week from today, we need to check in with you quickly in room 53 at 2:30.

 

Were you interested in going to the African American Youth Leadership Conference? PLEASE TURN IN YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION TO KIM GINTHER IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE BY TODAY.  SPACE IS LIMITED DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS EXCITING OPPORTUNITY.

 

Show your resolve to stop sex trafficking by joining in CNN's Freedom Project by wearing a red X on your hand March 13th during the Pep Assembly. The AWARE Club looks forward to recognizing your awareness and commitment to protect the children in your lives.  Wear a red X on Friday and we'll see you at the assembly.

 

Boys Tennis is from 3:15- 5:00. See coach Reid if you have any questions.

 

A reminder to all students interested in signing up for the Asian Youth Leadership Conference, please get your registration & student ambassador forms to Ms. Hanson in the counseling office as soon as possible.

 

Rotary Club is for ages 12-18, we are trying to recruit a lot of young people to be involved in this club so we can help out the community on any events we can do and come up with. This club also helps for students who needs community service hours for school for their requirements. We meet in room 216 every other Tuesday at 2:30 in Mr. Lomax’s room: he is one of the teacher that joins with us along with Mr. Handley.

 

Seniors!  Have you started an online OSAC application and need your high school transcript uploaded to your application?  If so, please let the registrar know by filling out your Transcript Request Log located in the counseling office.  

 

INTERSTED IN PREPARING FOR COLLEGE? College Prep Checklists for 9th through 12th graders are now available in the connection center. Pick yours up today!

 

Do you have long hair?  Do you want to help children with Cancer feel better about themselves?  If you answered yes to both of those questions, then you will want to sign up to donate to Locks of Love as part of the March Cancer Awareness Month Assembly.  If you can donate 9 inches of non-bleached hair, then we’ll set you up with a free cut and style from a local salon.  Sign up outside room 53 for more information.

 

Remember how stressed you were to bring your grades up at the end of last semester? Or maybe you were fine, but your friends were having kittens*? Bring yourself and your friends to study hall after school in the cafeteria from 2:30-3:30pm and be the boss of turning in every assignment and studying for every test. Take advantage of our super smart study hall tutors, free food, and free academic planners, and you will own this semester. Then you can go play in the sun while everyone else is desperately trying to make up missing work before summer break.If you can't come after school, come to Wednesday Morning Study Hall in the Student Connection Center from 7:00-8:00am.

 

Attention musically inclined students: We have two new Music Study Halls just for you! Two brilliant music majors from Corban University are volunteering their time to help you with Music Theory, Sight Reading, Oral Dictation, Composition, and other music-related problem areas.  Music Study Halls are in the Student Connection Center on Thursdays during both A and B lunches, and on Fridays after school from 2:30-3:30pm.

   

The World of Work class has been working hard all year to keep McNary Green by emptying and sorting through the blue recycling bins in each of your classes.  Please, help out by putting your recyclable items in this bag whenever you can, this includes paper, pop cans, plastic bottles, and cardboard.  This does not include, paper towels, trash, or anything with food debris on it.  Thanks for saving the planet Celts.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer cookies every Thursday during A and B Lunches.  You can choose from chocolate chip or M & M.  The cookies are 35 cents each, or 3 for a dollar.  The cookies not only taste good, but they also meet the Oregon state nutritional guidelines.  

 

Attention NEXT year's Juniors and Seniors...  The new Career and Technical Education Center is opening this fall to all 2015-16 Juniors and Seniors interested in careers in residential construction or commercial manufacturing.  There will be an important informational meeting for you and your parents to attend on March 12

at 6:30-7:30 pm in the Library.  During the meeting you will learn about this exceptional opportunity allowing students to explore hands-on training, skills and knowledge in commercial manufacturing or residential construction, while still enrolled at their residential school where they can participate in their school's extracurricular activities.  Dual credit can be earned for both high school completion, as well as college courses.  Free transportation is provided, if needed.  Again, the meeting  is   March 12th, from 6:30 -7:30, in the library.  We are looking forward to sharing information about this incredible program and opportunity for Salem-Keizer Juniors and Seniors!"You all should have received a postcard in the mail about these meetings the last week of January.  If you are unable to attend the meeting time at your school, you are very welcome to attend any of the meetings at the other high schools in town.  The postcard lists all of those dates.

The main office should have more copies of that card if you need one.   Thank you!

 

Attention CELTS!!! Text the word CELTS to 89800 to get updated McNary reminders as well as offers from Big Town Hero. It's that easy! Text CELTS (that's C-E-L-T-S) to 89800!

 

“Saludos!  Dreamers’ Club now meets on Thursdays, 2:30pm, in Room 140.  See Ms. Reyes or Mr. Somerville if you have questions.”

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips learn a secret code to communicate with your friends across the room?  Then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read mon-guh? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156. Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to help out with a big upcoming project.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets in room 144.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

 

Celtic Announcements for 3/3/15

Isn’t Tuesday Terrific?  Settle down Celts and take a listen to what’s going on in your school so you can get involved and become a successful Celt.     

 

The Cancer Awareness Fundraiser is going on now until the end of next week.  Your 2nd period class has a chance to win doughnuts by bringing in money to support the McNary Relay for Life team.  The top 3 classes to bring in the most money per student will win a doughnut feed.  

 

All Blood Drive Volunteers, there will be a quick meeting in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room today after school.  If you plan to work at the blood drive that’s coming up one week from today, we need to check in with you quickly in room 53 at 2:30.

 

Boys' basketball playoff tickets are on sale now for just $4 at the bookkeepers office. Buy your ticket in advance for tonight's game and get free pizza. Pizza is at 5:45pm and the game starts at 7pm.

 

The girls basketball team is playing on Wednesday, March 4th at 7pm at Clackamas High School. Help us fill a rally bus! The cost is $10 per student and that includes round-trip transportation and a ticket to the game. See Meridith in the Athletic office to sign up and get your permission slip!

 

Were you interested in going to the African American Youth Leadership Conference? PLEASE TURN IN YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION TO KIM GINTHER IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE BYT HIS FRIDAY.  SPACE IS LIMITED DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS EXCITING OPPORTUNITY.

 

Show your resolve to stop sex trafficking by joining in CNN's Freedom Project by wearing a red X on your hand March 13th during the Pep Assembly. The AWARE Club looks forward to recognizing your awareness and commitment to protect the children in your lives.  Wear a red X on Friday and we'll see you at the assembly.

 

Boys Tennis is from 3:15- 5:00. See coach Reid if you have any questions.

 

There will be a brief meeting Wednesday, March 4 for any junior girls interested in learning about the  Distinguished Young Women of Keizer Scholarship Program. Coffee, donuts and information will be available in the Connection Center from 7:30 -8:00 AM.  Girls who participated locally last year received a total of $4000 in scholarship money. Girls who participate at the state level are eligible to attend selected colleges for free. Last years participants will be there to share their experiences and answer your questions. Please join us.

 

A reminder to all students interested in signing up for the Asian Youth Leadership Conference, please get your registration & student ambassador forms to Ms. Hanson in the counseling office as soon as possible.

 

Rotary Club is for ages 12-18, we are trying to recruit a lot of young people to be involved in this club so we can help out the community on any events we can do and come up with. This club also helps for students who needs community service hours for school for their requirements. We meet in room 216 every other Tuesday at 2:30 in Mr. Lomax’s room: he is one of the teacher that joins with us along with Mr. Handley.

 

The 14th annual  African American Youth Leadership Conference will take place at Chemeketa Community College on Friday April 10 2015, all students in Salem Keizer Schools are invited to promote positive youth development in African  American Youth and multicultural youth of African Descent.  If you are interested in this opportunity please pick up an application from Kim Ginther in the counseling office and return the completed form to the counseling center by March 4.  If you have questions Ms. Pittsley in the counseling office is available to answer them.

 

Seniors!  Have you started an online OSAC application and need your high school transcript uploaded to your application?  If so, please let the registrar know by filling out your Transcript Request Log located in the counseling office.  

 

Intramural Basketball is back! Any McNary student who is not participating in a spring sport can play. Teams can be all boys, all girls, or co-ed.  New this year----teams may have two varsity basketball players if they are different genders.  Participation is free but players need to wear gym appropriate shoes and have good attendance and behavior on game days. Teams are due to Mrs. Reichle Bailon in Room 255 or Mrs. Cleary in the Gym by March 4th. Games will start March 10th.

 

INTERSTED IN PREPARING FOR COLLEGE? College Prep Checklists for 9th through 12th graders are now available in the connection center. Pick yours up today!

 

Do you have long hair?  Do you want to help children with Cancer feel better about themselves?  If you answered yes to both of those questions, then you will want to sign up to donate to Locks of Love as part of the March Cancer Awareness Month Assembly.  If you can donate 9 inches of non-bleached hair, then we’ll set you up with a free cut and style from a local salon.  Sign up outside room 53 for more information.

 

Remember how stressed you were to bring your grades up at the end of last semester? Or maybe you were fine, but your friends were having kittens*? Bring yourself and your friends to study hall after school in the cafeteria from 2:30-3:30pm and be the boss of turning in every assignment and studying for every test. Take advantage of our super smart study hall tutors, free food, and free academic planners, and you will own this semester. Then you can go play in the sun while everyone else is desparately trying to make up missing work before summer break.If you can't come after school, come to Wednesday Morning Study Hall in the Student Connection Center from 7:00-8:00am.

 

Attention musically inclined students: We have two new Music Study Halls just for you! Two brilliant music majors from Corban University are volunteering their time to help you with Music Theory, Sight Reading, Oral Dictation, Composition, and other music-related problem areas.  Music Study Halls are in the Student Connection Center on Thursdays during both A and B lunches, and on Fridays after school from 2:30-3:30pm.

   

The World of Work class has been working hard all year to keep McNary Green by emptying and sorting through the blue recycling bins in each of your classes.  Please, help out by putting your recyclable items in this bag whenever you can, this includes paper, pop cans, plastic bottles, and cardboard.  This does not include, paper towels, trash, or anything with food debris on it.  Thanks for saving the planet Celts.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer cookies every Thursday during A and B Lunches.  You can choose from chocolate chip or M & M.  The cookies are 35 cents each, or 3 for a dollar.  The cookies not only taste good, but they also meet the Oregon state nutritional guidelines.  

 

Attention NEXT year's Juniors and Seniors...  The new Career and Technical Education Center is opening this fall to all 2015-16 Juniors and Seniors interested in careers in residential construction or commercial manufacturing.  There will be an important informational meeting for you and your parents to attend on March 12

at 6:30-7:30 pm in the Library.  During the meeting you will learn about this exceptional opportunity allowing students to explore hands-on training, skills and knowledge in commercial manufacturing or residential construction, while still enrolled at their residential school where they can participate in their school's extracurricular activities.  Dual credit can be earned for both high school completion, as well as college courses.  Free transportation is provided, if needed.  Again, the meeting  is   March 12th, from 6:30 -7:30, in the library.  We are looking forward to sharing information about this incredible program and opportunity for Salem-Keizer Juniors and Seniors!"You all should have received a postcard in the mail about these meetings the last week of January.  If you are unable to attend the meeting time at your school, you are very welcome to attend any of the meetings at the other high schools in town.  The postcard lists all of those dates.

The main office should have more copies of that card if you need one.   Thank you!

 

Attention CELTS!!! Text the word CELTS to 89800 to get updated McNary reminders as well as offers from Big Town Hero. It's that easy! Text CELTS (that's C-E-L-T-S) to 89800!

 

“Saludos!  Dreamers’ Club now meets on Thursdays, 2:30pm, in Room 140.  See Ms. Reyes or Mr. Somerville if you have questions.”

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips learn a secret code to communicate with your friends across the room?  Then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read mon-guh? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156. Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to help out with a big upcoming project.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets in room 144.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

Celtic Announcements for 3/2/15

It’s Monday Celts, and it’s the last week of the 1st 6wk grading period.  Hopefully after you had a blast at the Talent Show, you buckled down and spent the weekend doing the best work you possibly could have for your teachers.  If you’re earning that A right now, pat yourself on the back.  If not, get to work, because the grades are going home this weekend.      

 

Attention ALL football players!! Please meet in the upper gym Today at 2:30pm. This is for all football players (including Seniors if you wish).

 

There will be a brief meeting Wednesday, March 4 for any junior girls interested in learning about the  Distinguished Young Women of Keizer Scholarship Program. Coffee, donuts and information will be available in the Connection Center from 7:30 -8:00 AM.  Girls who participated locally last year received a total of $4000 in scholarship money. Girls who participate at the state level are eligible to attend selected colleges for free. Last years participants will be there to share their experiences and answer your questions. Please join us.

 

A reminder to all students interested in signing up for the Asian Youth Leadership Conference, please get your registration & student ambassador forms to Ms. Hanson in the counseling office as soon as possible.

 

Rotary Club is for ages 12-18, we are trying to recruit a lot of young people to be involved in this club so we can help out the community on any events we can do and come up with. This club also helps for students who needs community service hours for school for their requirements. We meet in room 216 every other Tuesday at 2:30 in Mr. Lomax’s room: he is one of the teacher that joins with us along with Mr. Handley.

 

The 14th annual  African American Youth Leadership Conference will take place at Chemeketa Community College on Friday April 10 2015, all students in Salem Keizer Schools are invited to promote positive youth development in African  American Youth and multicultural youth of African Descent.  If you are interested in this opportunity please pick up an application from Kim Ginther in the counseling office and return the completed form to the counseling center by March 4.  If you have questions Ms. Pittsley in the counseling office is available to answer them.

 

Seniors!  Have you started an online OSAC application and need your high school transcript uploaded to your application?  If so, please let the registrar know by filling out your Transcript Request Log located in the counseling office.  

 

Intramural Basketball is back! Any McNary student who is not participating in a spring sport can play. Teams can be all boys, all girls, or co-ed.  New this year----teams may have two varsity basketball players if they are different genders.  Participation is free but players need to wear gym appropriate shoes and have good attendance and behavior on game days. Teams are due to Mrs. Reichle Bailon in Room 255 or Mrs. Cleary in the Gym by March 4th. Games will start March 10th.

 

INTERSTED IN PREPARING FOR COLLEGE? College Prep Checklists for 9th through 12th graders are now available in the connection center. Pick yours up today!

 

Do you have long hair?  Do you want to help children with Cancer feel better about themselves?  If you answered yes to both of those questions, then you will want to sign up to donate to Locks of Love as part of the March Cancer Awareness Month Assembly.  If you can donate 9 inches of non-bleached hair, then we’ll set you up with a free cut and style from a local salon.  Sign up outside room 53 for more information.

 

Remember how stressed you were to bring your grades up at the end of last semester? Or maybe you were fine, but your friends were having kittens*? Bring yourself and your friends to study hall after school in the cafeteria from 2:30-3:30pm and be the boss of turning in every assignment and studying for every test. Take advantage of our super smart study hall tutors, free food, and free academic planners, and you will own this semester. Then you can go play in the sun while everyone else is desparately trying to make up missing work before summer break.If you can't come after school, come to Wednesday Morning Study Hall in the Student Connection Center from 7:00-8:00am.

 

Attention musically inclined students: We have two new Music Study Halls just for you! Two brilliant music majors from Corban University are volunteering their time to help you with Music Theory, Sight Reading, Oral Dictation, Composition, and other music-related problem areas.  Music Study Halls are in the Student Connection Center on Thursdays during both A and B lunches, and on Fridays after school from 2:30-3:30pm.

   

The World of Work class has been working hard all year to keep McNary Green by emptying and sorting through the blue recycling bins in each of your classes.  Please, help out by putting your recyclable items in this bag whenever you can, this includes paper, pop cans, plastic bottles, and cardboard.  This does not include, paper towels, trash, or anything with food debris on it.  Thanks for saving the planet Celts.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer cookies every Thursday during A and B Lunches.  You can choose from chocolate chip or M & M.  The cookies are 35 cents each, or 3 for a dollar.  The cookies not only taste good, but they also meet the Oregon state nutritional guidelines.  

 

Attention NEXT year's Juniors and Seniors...  The new Career and Technical Education Center is opening this fall to all 2015-16 Juniors and Seniors interested in careers in residential construction or commercial manufacturing.  There will be an important informational meeting for you and your parents to attend on March 12

at 6:30-7:30 pm in the Library.  During the meeting you will learn about this exceptional opportunity allowing students to explore hands-on training, skills and knowledge in commercial manufacturing or residential construction, while still enrolled at their residential school where they can participate in their school's extracurricular activities.  Dual credit can be earned for both high school completion, as well as college courses.  Free transportation is provided, if needed.  Again, the meeting  is   March 12th, from 6:30 -7:30, in the library.  We are looking forward to sharing information about this incredible program and opportunity for Salem-Keizer Juniors and Seniors!"You all should have received a postcard in the mail about these meetings the last week of January.  If you are unable to attend the meeting time at your school, you are very welcome to attend any of the meetings at the other high schools in town.  The postcard lists all of those dates.

The main office should have more copies of that card if you need one.   Thank you!

 

Attention CELTS!!! Text the word CELTS to 89800 to get updated McNary reminders as well as offers from Big Town Hero. It's that easy! Text CELTS (that's C-E-L-T-S) to 89800!

 

“Saludos!  Dreamers’ Club now meets on Thursdays, 2:30pm, in Room 140.  See Ms. Reyes or Mr. Somerville if you have questions.”

 

Do you want to learn to talk without moving your lips learn a secret code to communicate with your friends across the room?  Then come check out the ASL club Fridays after school in room 208.

 

Do you love to watch anime or read mon-guh? Do you love cosplay, Japanese music and more? How do you feel about finding others who have the same interests? Excited? Then come down to room 53 on Thursdays after school and join... The Host Club! I mean Anime club.

 

The AWARE Club meets every Tuesday in room 156. Come join us to help us prevent human trafficking here in Keizer.  Meet us in room 156 at 2:30 to help out with a big upcoming project.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays.  If you want to be a part of celebrating Latino culture or just work together on special projects with great students, show up to the meeting and learn more about it.  The club meets in room 144.

 

That’s all for today, but if you need more information on anything you heard today, go ahead and check out the Student Announcements page on the McNary Website at McNary.salkeiz.k12.or.us.  Announcements are posted to that site daily so be sure to keep in touch with what’s going on here at McNary.   

 

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