Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

September 20, 2019

 

                                                                    
             
Good Morning Heralds! Today is Friday, September 20th
This is what is happening at Saint John School today:
Sports Scores: 
The High School Soccer Team lost  to Grand Valley last night by a score of 4-0.
The 7th Grade Volleyball Team lost to Geneva  in 2 sets: 20-25 and 18-25.
The 8th Grade Volleyball Team lost in 3 sets:to Geneva 15-25, 25-16, and 23-25. 
Varsity Tennis beat Cleveland Heights 3-2. Congratulations to Cevera, Sheldon and Anderson who won in singles..
Great Job, Heralds!
Games Today:
The Junior High Volleyball Team has a match at Cornerstone today.
High Volleyball plays at Bloomfield.
News From The Office:
Please see Mr. Smith if you would like to sign up for corn hole competition the night of the bonfire. Cost is $10 per couple. Students must have paid in order to participate
Homecoming tickets are now on sale! Students can purchase them from now until the 27th. The cost for a single ticket is $20 and the cost for a couple is $35
News From Guidance:
Juniors and Seniors, don’t miss the upcoming in-house College Visits. See the September-November lists in hallway.
The registration deadline for the October 26 ACT is Friday, September 20, 2019. 
Please stop in the Guidance Office if you need help with the registration process 
News From Campus Ministry: 
Sister Maureen is looking for some students to help with the Chamber Breakfast at Saint John on October 14th. Sign up on Google Forms.
Today In History: 
On this day in 1963, President John F. Kennedy suggested that the United States and Soviet Union cooperate on a mission to mount an expedition to the moon. 
Today’s Weather:
Friday: Today’s weather is Mostly Sunny with a high of 80 and a low of 63. 
Lunch:
Today’s lunch is Pizza, Salad, Fruit, Cookie and Milk.
Monday’s lunch is Pizza Burger, Salad, Corn, Peaches and Milk.
Next week’s salad is romaine and spinach with cranberries.
Joke:
I know a lot of jokes about retired people, but none of them work!
Remember Heralds: Raise The Bar! 

                  
                                                  
    
                                                                             

          
           
                                                          

  

                                                                              
   

             

       

            
 
 
 
             
           
           
 
          
           
 
 
           
 
 
  
    
        
             
 
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