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Celtic Announcements for 9/16/14

 

Happy Tuesday Celts, we’re back, for your morning announcements.  Buckle up, simmer down, and be prepared to learn a little bit more about what’s going on in your Celtic world.

 

The last day to join dance team for the Fall performance season is today! Please meet in the dance room at 7:00pm, no dance experience is needed. Hip hop and jazz routines will be taught for Fall."

 

Our first Student Council meeting of the year will be next Thursday the 25th in the cafeteria at 8:30.  Please begin talking about selecting a representative with your 2nd period teacher.  We have big goals to include the thoughts and wishes of the student body in a lot of what we do this year and really want strong representation at our monthly meetings.  We’ll discuss topics ranging from Homecoming to the closure of the gates at Sandy drive.  Please plan on sending a rep on Thursday the 25th during 2nd period. 

 

McNary's Bowling team is now looking for more bowlers. There is a boys and girls team. The pre-season meeting is on September 27th at Town and country Lanes @ 12pm. You do not have to know how to bowl, you can easily be taught by our Olympic medalist coaches. If any questions please talk to Brittney Kiser or Scott Bridger." 

 

Would you like some help with your homework? Do you need to keep your grades up to play sports? Come to the cafeteria on Wednesday mornings from 7:00am to 8:00am, and Mrs. Tedrow and the Oregon College Mentors will help you out! Get your homework done early so you'll have more time to play after school. See you Wednesday!

 

The first Studio Production Class’s Coffeshop Concert will be happening TONIGHT at 7:00 in the choir room.  Come enjoy some local talent and help raise funds for Payton Williams’ Cancer treatment fund. 

 

If you are interested in playing boys basketball this year, there is a meeting in Coach Kirch's room Friday at 2:30 to discuss open gyms and clinics for this fall.  Please be on time"

 

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15 starting September 17. Come join us for fun and friendship.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays starting this week.  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 Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Have you found a carpool buddy for next Monday, get ready McNary, we have a very special assembly coming on Monday the 22nd featuring a live concert with Drake Bell and many others.  Parking on this Monday will be limited, so please make plans to carpool or arrive early to make sure you are in class on time.  Check the posters in the hall for the day’s schedule. 

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

 

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

Envirothon is an environmental problem-solving competition that explores Oregon's natural resources through hands-on experiences in nature.  If you love to be outdoors, work with a team, and don't mind getting your hands dirty, stop by room 252 and pick up an application for Envirothon from Mrs. Parent.  A maxiumum of six students will be selected.  Students who have taken environmental studies or science, or are currently enrolled in environmental studies are especially encouraged to apply.  All applications must be in by Thursday September 18th for consideration."

 

Did you purchase a yearbook last year, but have not yet picked it up? You need to pick up your yearbook from the bookkeeper, Mrs. Ward, across from the cafeteria, by September 30th. Due to high demand for yearbooks, any unclaimed yearbooks after Sept. 30 will be released for sale.

 

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 9/15/14

 

It’s Monday, Monday, Monday and we’re back, for your morning announcements.  Buckle up, simmer down, and be prepared to learn a little bit more about what’s going on in your Celtic world.

 

McNary's Bowling team is now looking for more bowlers. There is a boys and girls team. The pre-season meeting is on September 27th at Town and country Lanes @ 12pm. You do not have to know how to bowl, you can easily be taught by our Olympic medalist coaches. If any questions please talk to Brittney Kiser or Scott Bridger." 

 

If you are interested in playing boys basketball this year, there is a meeting in Coach Kirch's room Friday at 2:30 to discuss open gyms and clinics for this fall.  Please be on time"

 

McNary's Frosh, JV and Varsity Volleyball Teams ALL went undefeated in duals last Thursday between West Salem and McMinnville, if you haven’t checked out a Volleyball game yet, check the schedule for your next chance. Congrats Lady Celts!

 

Would you like some help with your homework? Do you need to keep your grades up to play sports? Come to the cafeteria on Wednesday mornings from 7:00am to 8:00am, and Mrs. Tedrow and the Oregon College Mentors will help you out! Get your homework done early so you'll have more time to play after school. See you Wednesday!

 

It’s time to congratulate some great runners, Cross Country Girls beat both Sprague and Forrest Grove in a three way dual meet this week.  Cross Country Boys dominated Sprague but lost to Forrest Grove in a great meet.  Next week the team runs in Salem, so hitch a ride to Bush Park and cheer them on.

 

The  boys soccer teams won their respectives games vs the Canby Cougar Thursday. Our Varsity team won the first home game of the season vs the Canby Cougar 3-1, the team still undefeated and so far they are ranked #4 in the state. Also, our JV boys team won 2-1 yesterday against the Canby cougars.

 

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school in Mr. Everitt's room, room 258, from 2:30-3:15 starting September 17. Come join us for fun and friendship.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays starting this week.  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 Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Have you found a carpool buddy for next Monday, get ready McNary, we have a very special assembly coming on Monday the 22nd featuring a live concert with Drake Bell and many others.  During the event you will have a chance to interact with lots of booths and activities but parking on this Monday will be limited, so please make plans to carpool or arrive early to make sure you are in class on time.  Check the posters in the hall for the day’s schedule. 

 

Intramural Volleyball is back!  Pick up a sign up sheet with Mrs. Cleary in the Gym or Mrs. Reichle in room 255.  Teams due by TODAY and games start Sept. 16th. Must have court appropriate shoes.  Teams of six may be all boys, all girls or co-ed. Free for McNary Students not involved in a fall sport or activity.

 

The first Studio Production Class’s Coffeshop Concert will be happening TOMORROW at 7:00 in the choir room.  Come enjoy some local talent and help raise funds for Payton Williams’ Cancer treatment fund. 

 

Students: please do your part to help McNary maintain a clean campus by throwing away your garbage after lunch.  We appreciate your cooperation and will do our part to support your learning and dining experience.  Thank-you and GO CELTS!”

 

Cafeteria is looking for student servers for both A and B lunch. Students who serve will receive a free lunch. Students would need to be able to get out 5 minutes prior to their lunch period to come to the cafeteria. If interested inquire at the cafeteria.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

 

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

Envirothon is an environmental problem-solving competition that explores Oregon's natural resources through hands-on experiences in nature.  If you love to be outdoors, work with a team, and don't mind getting your hands dirty, stop by room 252 and pick up an application for Envirothon from Mrs. Parent.  A maxiumum of six students will be selected.  Students who have taken environmental studies or science, or are currently enrolled in environmental studies are especially encouraged to apply.  All applications must be in by Thursday September 18th for consideration."

 

Did you purchase a yearbook last year, but have not yet picked it up? You need to pick up your yearbook from the bookkeeper, Mrs. Ward, across from the cafeteria, by September 30th. Due to high demand for yearbooks, any unclaimed yearbooks after Sept. 30 will be released for sale.

 

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 9/12/14

 

Aloha Celts, it’s Friday Come support the Varsity Football team tonight as they take on Westview! Kickoff is at 7pm. It's a Hawaiian/Beach theme so get out those Hawaiian shirts and crazy hats! Please remember no outside food/drinks, skateboards or backpacks and please no sports equipment (footballs, basketballs, etc).  It’s going to be a big game so we want a crowd that’s going to be loud, Mahalo and I’ll see you there. 

 

If you are interested in playing boys basketball this year, there is a meeting in Coach Kirch's room Friday at 2:30 to discuss open gyms and clinics for this fall.  Please be on time"

 

McNary's Frosh, JV and Varsity Volleyball Teams ALL went undefeated in duals yesterday between West Salem and McMinnville. Congrats Lady Celts!

 

Would you like some help with your homework? Do you need to keep your grades up to play sports? Come to the cafeteria on Wednesday mornings from 7:00am to 8:00am, and Mrs. Tedrow and the Oregon College Mentors will help you out! Get your homework done early so you'll have more time to play after school. See you Wednesday!

 

It’s time to congratulate some great runners, Cross Country Girls beat both Sprague and Forrest Grove in a three way dual meet this week.  Cross Country Boys dominated Sprague but lost to Forrest Grove in a great meet.  Next week the team runs in Salem, so hitch a ride to Bush Park and cheer them on.

 

 

The  boys soccer teams won their respectives games vs the Canby Cougar yesterday. Our Varsity team won the first home game of the season vs the Canby Cougar 3-1, the team still undefeated and so far they are ranked #4 in the state. Also, our JV boys team won 2-1 yesterday against the Canby cougars.

 

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school from 2:30-3:15 starting September 17. Come join us for fun and friendship.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays starting on the 17th of this month.  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 Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Get ready McNary, we have a very special assembly coming on Monday the 22nd featuring a live concert with Drake Bell and many others.  During the event you will have a chance to interact with lots of booths and activities featuring DJ Equipment, Audio Video Tools, a variety of instruments, mural painting, T-Shirt making and a LOT more.  Parking on this Monday will be limited, so please make plans to carpool or arrive early to make sure you are in class on time.

 

There will be a very short swim team meeting at 2:25 this afternoon in Mr. Heimerdinger's room #53.  It will last about 5 minutes so please come in quickly. 

 

Intramural Volleyball is back!  Pick up a sign up sheet with Mrs. Cleary in the Gym or Mrs. Reichle in room 255.  Teams due by Monday, Sept 15th and games start Sept. 16th. Must have court appropriate shoes.  Teams of six may be all boys, all girls or co-ed. Free for McNary Students not involved in a fall sport or activity.

 

The first Studio Production Class’s Coffeshop Concert will be happening on the 16th of this month at 7:00 in the choir room.  Come enjoy some local talent and help raise funds for Payton Williams’ Cancer treatment fund. 

 

Students: please do your part to help McNary maintain a clean campus by throwing away your garbage after lunch.  We appreciate your cooperation and will do our part to support your learning and dining experience.  Thank-you and GO CELTS!”

 

Cafeteria is looking for student servers for both A and B lunch. Students who serve will receive a free lunch. Students would need to be able to get out 5 minutes prior to their lunch period to come to the cafeteria. If interested inquire at the cafeteria.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, starting TOMORROW in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

 

On Wednesday, October 15th McNary High School will be administering the PSAT to all Sophomores and either the PSAT or ASVAB to all Juniors.

 

What’s the difference between the PSAT and the ASVAB you ask?  Well…

 

The PSAT measures critical thinking skills that are important for success in college, including critical reading, math problem solving and writing skills.  It will also help you prepare for the SAT.  Sophomores test for free.  For everyone else, the cost is $16.00.

 

The ASVAB is a free program for juniors that helps indentify student career interests and provide information about Verbal Skills, Math Skills and Science and Technical Skills.  The cost is free!  But hurry; there are only limited amount of seats!

 

Juniors, sign up with your Social Studies Teacher today on which test you would like to take.  The deadline to register is TODAY,  Payments will be received by the bookkeeper! 

 

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

Envirothon is an environmental problem-solving competition that explores Oregon's natural resources through hands-on experiences in nature.  If you love to be outdoors, work with a team, and don't mind getting your hands dirty, stop by room 252 and pick up an application for Envirothon from Mrs. Parent.  A maxiumum of six students will be selected.  Students who have taken environmental studies or science, or are currently enrolled in environmental studies are especially encouraged to apply.  All applications must be in by Thursday September 18th for consideration."

 

Did you purchase a yearbook last year, but have not yet picked it up? You need to pick up your yearbook from the bookkeeper, Mrs. Ward, across from the cafeteria, by September 30th. Due to high demand for yearbooks, any unclaimed yearbooks after Sept. 30 will be released for sale.

 

The move to the Greater Valley Conference lead to McNary Girls Soccer playing under the lights in the spotlight Tuesday night  in their season home opener.  The fans were a 12th man on the field for McNary versus Roosevelt High School.  Their positive energy and support fueled McNary Girls when it mattered most in the second half.  Both teams battled to a scoreless first half with both defenses making plays at defining moments.  McNary had more attempts on goal in the first half, but it was anyone's game at half-time.  McNary started the 2nd half on the attack and never retreated. In the 53' Isabella Heath (Sophomore) battled to win a ball in the attacking third and placed a shot into the left side-netting from 20 yards out.  Heath continued to threaten from the outside and was able to find Kolbie Kopp (Sophomore) in the 58' who volleyed the ball from 6 yards out.  McNary didn't let off the pressure with Roosevelt on their heals, and in the 66' Jessy Shore (Freshman) found the back of the net with a well struck ball from 25 yards out.  The final goal of the match was a break away scored by Kopp, assisted by a well delivered through-ball from midfielder Shore.  The final score of the match was 4-0 with McNary's defense holding on to a shutout.

 

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. 

 

The  boys soccer teams won their respectives games vs the Canby Cougar yesterday. Our Varsity team won the first home game of the season vs the Canby Cougar 3-1, the team still undefeated and so far they are ranked #4 in the state. Also, our JV boys team won 2-1 yesterday against the Canby cougars.

 

McNary's Gay-Straight Alliance club meetings will be Wednesdays after school from 2:30-3:15 starting September 17. Come join us for fun and friendship.

 

Celtic Announcments for 9/11/14

 

It’s Thursday Clets, you’ve almost made it through another week of school!  Just 34 left.  Here come your Morning Announcements, are you quiet__________???  Can you hear me alright?? Here we go.

 

Junior and Senior girls interested in playing powder puff this year should plan to meet in Mrs. Rhoades' room #156 Today after school.  It’s time to start practicing, so get your team together now.

 

There will be a very short swim team meeting at 2:25 Friday in Mr. Heimerdinger's room #53.  It will last about 5 minutes so please come in quickly. 

 

Get ready McNary, we have a very special assembly coming on Monday the 22nd featuring a live concert with Drake Bell and many others.  During the event you will have a chance to interact with lots of booths and activities featuring DJ Equipment, Audio Video Tools, a variety of instruments, mural painting, T-Shirt making and a LOT more.  Parking on this Monday will be limited, so please make plans to carpool or arrive early to make sure you are in class on time.

 

Latino club will be meeting on Wednesdays starting on the 17th of this month.  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 Wednesdays in room 144.

 

Homecoming Nominations are going on for one more day.  If you have a classmate that maintains a strong GPA, stays positively involved in school, and would represent the class well at McNary’s 50th Homecoming then visit the table in the commons at lunch to add her or his name. 

 

Intramural Volleyball is back!  Pick up a sign up sheet with Mrs. Cleary in the Gym or Mrs. Reichle in room 255.  Teams due by Monday, Sept 15th and games start Sept. 16th. Must have court appropriate shoes.  Teams of six may be all boys, all girls or co-ed. Free for McNary Students not involved in a fall sport or activity.

 

The first Studio Production Class’s Coffeshop Concert will be happening on the 16th of this month at 7:00 in the choir room.  Come enjoy some local talent and help raise funds for Payton Williams’ Cancer treatment fund. 

 

Students: please do your part to help McNary maintain a clean campus by throwing away your garbage after lunch.  We appreciate your cooperation and will do our part to support your learning and dining experience.  Thank-you and GO CELTS!”

 

Cafeteria is looking for student servers for both A and B lunch. Students who serve will receive a free lunch. Students would need to be able to get out 5 minutes prior to their lunch period to come to the cafeteria. If interested inquire at the cafeteria.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday, starting TOMORROW in room 261 after school.  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

 

 

On Wednesday, October 15th McNary High School will be administering the PSAT to all Sophomores and either the PSAT or ASVAB to all Juniors.

 

What’s the difference between the PSAT and the ASVAB you ask?  Well…

The PSAT measures critical thinking skills that are important for success in college, including critical reading, math problem solving and writing skills.  It will also help you prepare for the SAT.  Sophomores test for free.  For everyone else, the cost is $16.00.

 

The ASVAB is a free program for juniors that helps indentify student career interests and provide information about Verbal Skills, Math Skills and Science and Technical Skills.  The cost is free!  But hurry; there are only limited amount of seats!

 

Juniors, sign up with your Social Studies Teacher today on which test you would like to take.  The deadline to register is THIS Friday, September 12th!  Payments will be received by the bookkeeper! 

 

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

Envirothon is an environmental problem-solving competition that explores Oregon's natural resources through hands-on experiences in nature.  If you love to be outdoors, work with a team, and don't mind getting your hands dirty, stop by room 252 and pick up an application for Envirothon from Mrs. Parent.  A maxiumum of six students will be selected.  Students who have taken environmental studies or science, or are currently enrolled in environmental studies are especially encouraged to apply.  All applications must be in by Thursday September 18th for consideration."

 

Did you purchase a yearbook last year, but have not yet picked it up? You need to pick up your yearbook from the bookkeeper, Mrs. Ward, across from the cafeteria, by September 30th. Due to high demand for yearbooks, any unclaimed yearbooks after Sept. 30 will be released for sale.

 

The move to the Greater Valley Conference lead to McNary Girls Soccer playing under the lights in the spotlight Tuesday night  in their season home opener.  The fans were a 12th man on the field for McNary versus Roosevelt High School.  Their positive energy and support fueled McNary Girls when it mattered most in the second half.  Both teams battled to a scoreless first half with both defenses making plays at defining moments.  McNary had more attempts on goal in the first half, but it was anyone's game at half-time.  McNary started the 2nd half on the attack and never retreated. In the 53' Isabella Heath (Sophomore) battled to win a ball in the attacking third and placed a shot into the left side-netting from 20 yards out.  Heath continued to threaten from the outside and was able to find Kolbie Kopp (Sophomore) in the 58' who volleyed the ball from 6 yards out.  McNary didn't let off the pressure with Roosevelt on their heals, and in the 66' Jessy Shore (Freshman) found the back of the net with a well struck ball from 25 yards out.  The final goal of the match was a break away scored by Kopp, assisted by a well delivered through-ball from midfielder Shore.  The final score of the match was 4-0 with McNary's defense holding on to a shutout.

 

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 9/8/14

Happy Monday Celts!  We’re back…  Now, sit back, relax, and stay quiet, so everyone in your class can listen and learn what’s going on today and next week. 

 

Homecoming Nominations will be going on during both lunches the beginning of this week.  If you have a classmate that maintains a strong GPA , stays positively involved in school, and would represent the class well at McNary’s 50th Homecoming then visit the table in the commons at lunch to add her or his name. 

 

Attention all Islanders and those interested in Islander culture!! We will be kicking off the year Wednesday after school in Mrs. Reid's room (room 142). We will be deciding what we want to do and what we want our year to look like. The more people that come, the more fun we will have!! Come join us!!

 

Intramural Volleyball is back!  Pick up a sign up sheet with Mrs. Cleary in the Gym or Mrs. Reichle in room 255.  Teams due by Monday, Sept 15th and games start Sept. 16th. Must have court appropriate shoes.  Teams of six may be all boys, all girls or co-ed. Free for McNary Students not involved in a fall sport or activity.

 

The first Studio Production Class’s Coffeshop Concert will be happening on the 16th of this month at 7:00 in the choir room.  Come enjoy some local talent and help raise funds for Payton Williams’ Cancer treatment fund. 

 

Students: please do your part to help McNary maintain a clean campus by throwing away your garbage after lunch.  We appreciate your cooperation and will do our part to support your learning and dining experience.  Thank-you and GO CELTS!”

 

Cafeteria is looking for student servers for both A and B lunch. Students who serve will receive a free lunch. Students would need to be able to get out 5 minutes prior to their lunch period to come to the cafeteria. If interested inquire at the cafeteria.

 

Do you know someone who has had cancer?  Do you want to help people fight cancer?  Do you want to raise money to fight this terrible disease, have fun, and make a lot of friends too?  If you do, then the Relay for Life Team is for you!!  The Relay for Life Club meets every Wednesday in room 261 after school.  Our first meeting will be on Wednesday Sept 10th, right after school in room 261!  EVERYONE is welcome to attend!!

 

McNary Cross Country Boys team finished 2nd overall and the girls finished 5th overall last week. McNary had four top ten finished individually,  Kailey Doutt finished in third place while Angel Goemaere finished 6th, Davis McHugh finished 7 and Chance Clark finished 8th.

Go Big Blue!!!!!!

 

Lady Celts dance team practices start September 8th and 10th from 7-9pm. New members are welcome! Meet at the MHS dance room, bring a water bottle and check to make sure you have a current physical on file before practice! We will be a no-cut sport this year, come join dance team!

 

On Wednesday, October 15th McNary High School will be administering the PSAT to all Sophomores and either the PSAT or ASVAB to all Juniors.

 

What’s the difference between the PSAT and the ASVAB you ask?  Well…

The PSAT measures critical thinking skills that are important for success in college, including critical reading, math problem solving and writing skills.  It will also help you prepare for the SAT.  Sophomores test for free.  For everyone else, the cost is $16.00.

 

The ASVAB is a free program for juniors that helps indentify student career interests and provide information about Verbal Skills, Math Skills and Science and Technical Skills.  The cost is free!  But hurry; there are only limited amount of seats!

 

Juniors, sign up with your Social Studies Teacher today on which test you would like to take.  The deadline to register is THIS Friday, September 12th!  Payments will be received by the bookkeeper! 

 

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

Envirothon is an environmental problem-solving competition that explores Oregon's natural resources through hands-on experiences in nature.  If you love to be outdoors, work with a team, and don't mind getting your hands dirty, stop by room 252 and pick up an application for Envirothon from Mrs. Parent.  A maxiumum of six students will be selected.  Students who have taken environmental studies or science, or are currently enrolled in environmental studies are especially encouraged to apply.  All applications must be in by Thursday September 18th for consideration."

 

 

Did you purchase a yearbook last year, but have not yet picked it up? You need to pick up your yearbook from the bookkeeper, Mrs. Ward, across from the cafeteria, by September 30th. Due to high demand for yearbooks, any unclaimed yearbooks after Sept. 30 will be released for sale.

 

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 9/4/14

 

Welcome back Celts!  It’s once again time for your morning announcements.  This is a time when we want you to sit back, relax, and stay quiet, so everyone in your class can listen and learn what’s going on around our campus.  Here it goes…

 

Tomorrow we will be having our first Pep Assembly of the year!  It’s time to kick the year off with a Celebration of being Celtic.  I want to see all students wearing McNary gear and ready to turn it up.  Tomorrow night the Football team has a home game against the North Salem Vikings and the JROTC is putting on a tailgate before the game.  It’s going to be a good day to be a Celt. 

 

Lady Celts dance team practices start September 8th and 10th from 7-9pm. New members are welcome! Meet at the MHS dance room, bring a water bottle and check to make sure you have a current physical on file before practice! We will be a no-cut sport this year, come join dance team!

 

On Wednesday, October 15th McNary High School will be administering the PSAT to all Sophomores and either the PSAT or ASVAB to all Juniors.

 

What’s the difference between the PSAT and the ASVAB you ask?  Well…

The PSAT measures critical thinking skills that are important for success in college, including critical reading, math problem solving and writing skills.  It will also help you prepare for the SAT.  Sophomores test for free.  For everyone else, the cost is $16.00.

 

The ASVAB is a free program for juniors that helps indentify student career interests and provide information about Verbal Skills, Math Skills and Science and Technical Skills.  The cost is free!  But hurry; there are only limited amount of seats!

 

Juniors, sign up with your Social Studies Teacher today on which test you would like to take.  The deadline to register is NEXT Friday, September 12th!  Payments will be received by the bookkeeper! 

 

Seniors: We hope you are enjoying your supreme status on campus so far. Please remember that you need to make arrangements and/or hire your photographer for your senior photo that you need to submit to yearbook. For detailed info about how to submit your senior photos and what the requirements are, please stop by the main office to pick up the senior picture form. Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff no later than December 5th.

 

Envirothon is an environmental problem-solving competition that explores Oregon's natural resources through hands-on experiences in nature.  If you love to be outdoors, work with a team, and don't mind getting your hands dirty, stop by room 252 and pick up an application for Envirothon from Mrs. Parent.  A maxiumum of six students will be selected.  Students who have taken environmental studies or science, or are currently enrolled in environmental studies are especially encouraged to apply.  All applications must be in by Thursday September 18th for consideration."

 

 

Did you purchase a yearbook last year, but have not yet picked it up? You need to pick up your yearbook from the bookkeeper, Mrs. Ward, across from the cafeteria, by September 30th. Due to high demand for yearbooks, any unclaimed yearbooks after Sept. 30 will be released for sale.

 

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. 

Welcome McNary Students to the New School Year!

The staff at McNary High School is very excited to welcome our students back to school. See the letter from Principal Honey attached for information about what's happening at McNary during the 2014-15 school year.

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