Daily Bulletin

Smithtown HS - East Campus Bulletin for Thursday, April 17, 2014

Junior Members of National Honor Society


Junior Members of the National Honor Society - Please stop by Room 332 to update contact information.


Summer Driver Education



Summer Driver Education applications are available in main office and on the school website. Registration will begin May 5th.


FROM THE LIBRARY -


Catch Spring Fever!

Stop by the library to “Blind Date a Book”!!! Will it be a mystery, an adventure, a romance? Blind Date Books are wrapped up like a present so you will not know the identity of your “blind date” until you get it home.

Stop by the library to pick up your “blind date book” today!!


PTSA NEWS -


  • The next PTSA Meeting will be held on Thursday, April 10th, at 7:30pm.

  • CLUB/SPORTS NEWS AND INFORMATION -


  • Freshman Class Council will be meeting this Thursday, April 10th, at 2:05pm to discuss upcoming fundraiser.


  • Acoustic Cafe tryouts will be held on April 23rd and April 24th.


  • Senior Athletic Scholarship information is available on the Athletic Page of the District Website. Deadlines are approaching fast. Get your applications in to Coach Naughton as soon as possible.

  • UPCOMING EVENTS


  • Junior Prom Tickets are being sold on April 10th, 11th, 21st and 22nd from 7:15am-2:15pm in Room 105. Prom Contracts are available on the SHS East website, in the Main Office, and in Room 105. Library Clearance is required in order to purchase a ticket. Please stop by the library if you have any questions regarding clearance.


  • Junior Class meeting on Thursday, April 10th, at 2pm in Room 105.


  • The Junior Class will be hosting a Fundraiser at Moe’s in the Uncle Giuseppe’s shopping center on Thursday, April 10th, from 11-4pm mention that your from Smithtown East. Come and support the Juniors.


  • Bunny Grams will be sold by the SHSE German Honor Society through April 11th in the Commons at $1 per egg. A Tropical Smoothie Cafe gift card will be presented to the winner of the "Count the number of Gummy Bears" contest which will be going on during the Bunny Gram sale.


  • Smithtown HS East's Junior Class Presents its EAST Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 12th, from 10am - 12noon in the Commons Cafe. $5 per adult and $3 per child. Bring your own basket!


  • Be a part of Smithtown High School East history - Personalize a brick on the Graduate Walkway! Orders received by Friday, April 11th will be installed in time for the 2014 Commencement Ceremony. Order forms may be downloaded from the SHSE Website. Contact Ms. Woods at mwoods@smithtown.k12.ny.us for more information.


  • The Safe Driving Assembly will be held on Tuesday, April 29th, in the Nesaquake MS Auditorium at 6:30pm. Attendance with a parent/guardian is mandatory for next year’s seniors to park on campus. For those unable to attend, HS West will hold theirs on Thursday, May 8th at 6:30pm in the Auditorium.


  • Due to the school closings on Monday, February 3rd and Wednesday, February 5th - school will be in session on Friday, May 23rd and Tuesday, May 27th.


  • YEARBOOK UPDATE -


  • Yearbooks are available to order at yearbookforever.com . Please be aware that the cost will increase as the school year progresses.

  • TEACHERS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION



    Representatives from the Teachers Federal Credit Union are in the Commons every Wednesday from 10am to 12:30pm. Any student age 15 or older can open an account with checking and debit card.


    FROM THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT -


  • The Guidance Department will be hosting the Third Annual Evening College Fair on April 22nd at 7PM at High School West. All juniors and their parents are welcome to attend.

  • Attention Students: Please remember to look at this month’s Smithtown High School East Senior Bulletin where you can find several scholarship opportunities. The bulletin is available on the school website and Naviance. You can also pick up copies in the counseling office.


  • Attention Juniors: If you are in the top 10% of your class, involved as a leader in your school and community, and demonstrate interest and ability in computing or demonstrate outstanding achievement in innovation, creativity or entrepreneurship, please come to the counseling center for information on the RIT Computing Medal and Scholarship Program and the RIT Innovation and Creativity Program. If you have an academic interest in engineering, business, science or liberal arts, or have been recognized by faculty and students as having been a positive contributor to our school and community, demonstrated outstanding leadership abilities, please come to the counseling center for information about Clarkson University.