CHERRY HILL HIGH SCHOOL WEST WEEKLY BULLETIN Feb. 16 - 21, 2015 (TO BE POSTED IN ALL CLASSROOMS!) Feb. 16-3; Feb. 17-4; Feb. 18-5; Feb. 19-6; Feb. 20-1 STUDENT/FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS: 1. Cotillion tickets are $45 per person and are on sale in F26 during LB1 from Feb. 10 - Feb. 19. Sophomores may bring dates from West or East only. All obligations must be cleared prior to purchasing tickets. 2. Beginning February 9th, seniors going on the senior trip will begin room selections. Everyone sharing a room must come together to commit to a room and all payments must be current and up-to-date in order for a student to be assigned to a room. 3. The music department will present Broadway Night 2015 on Thursday, February 19 and Friday, February 20 at 7 PM in the new auditorium. This year's concert, "From Page to Stage," highlights six shows based upon great books: "Spring Awakening," "West Side Story," "Les Miserables," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Ragtime," and "Godspell." Tickets cost $10 and may be purchased at the door or from Mrs. Siegel or Mr. Flowers 4. Interested in Stage Crew for Mary Poppins?? There will be an informational meeting Thursday February 19th at 2:45 in the New Auditorium. Anyone interested in stage crew must attend or see Miss McWilliams before the meeting. See Miss McWilliams with any questions. 5. Tickets for Mary Poppins will go on sale February 24 in the box office. Tickets will be sold on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 – 4:30 PM until opening night. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students/senior citizens. Character breakfast tickets are $20 which includes a ticket to the show. 6. Latinos at West T-Shirts are for sale now. Contact seniors Diego Restrepo or Catherine Chevalier for orders. You can also place your order contacting Sra. Rivas-Mintz in room E-37 during LB2. Place your orders by Friday February 20th. Thanks for your support! 7. Barnes and Noble is running an essay contest for students to write about their favorite teacher. The prize is $5,000 cash. Any interested student should stop into E23 and see Ms. Staffin or Mrs. White for the information. The nurse's will be doing 9th grade health screenings throughout February and March in gym classes. 8. 9. There will be a golf meeting right after school on Thursday, February 19, in F24 for all students interested in playing golf this spring. There will also be a parent meeting on Thursday evening, February 19, at 6:30pm in F24 for parents of students interested in playing golf. 10. PTA memberships are accepted throughout the year. Please consider joining for only $10, and becoming involved in the PTA at Cherry Hill West. Forms can be downloaded from the PTA section of the website. 11. For your information – Mark your calendars! February 28 – Sophomore Cotillion May 14 – Junior Prom June 4 – Senior Prom 12. Yearbook News: The price of the 2015 yearbook, filled with 228 full-color pages, has now gone up to $85. Students should bring cash or check to purchase a book in person. Anyone interested in using a credit/debit card should visit www.jostens.com. 13. Parking Information: Junior students can apply for a parking space. The parking applications are in the main office and on the West website. Juniors must satisfy their school obligations before they apply for a parking space. The obligations list is posted outside the main office and outside the student activities office. Freshmen or other students who operate a moped may park them on the cement sidewalk of E-wing (the corner of E-wing facing the ball field/near the elevated breezeway). Students must provide their own locks. The school assumes no responsibility for the mopeds. Students or parents with question or concerns may contact Officer Graham. 14. Students wishing to submit the new activities fee for participation in athletics and clubs may take their payment to Mrs. Manfredi in the Guidance Office. 15. Students wishing to return or pay for school books or equipment may see Mrs. Reilly in the student activities office in the cafeteria during LB1 & LB2. 16. All males eighteen (18) years of age must register with Selective Service System. It is a federal law. Young men may pick up forms at the post office or see Chief Gargas for more information. (Registration may be done online at http://www.sss.gov/QA.htm.) FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS: 1. For your planning purposes: 2. IMPORTANT! Faculty members/club advisors and coaches who wish to use the building for any meetings or activities should contact Carole Roskoph so that they are put on the building usage calendar. 3. Groups needing to post signs are reminded to have them stamped in the Student Activities Office before displaying them. No signs are to be placed on any walls, windows, or doors. All displays must be removed in a timely fashion. 4. Submissions for the Weekly Bulletin should be submitted to Mrs. Reilly by 3 PM of the preceding week. 5. All staff should remember to register their vehicles and obtain a valid parking decal. Vehicles not displaying a proper decal may be ticketed and/or towed. Campus police have the necessary forms. 6. All fundraisers must be pre-approved by Ms. Roskoph.
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