Signature School Bulletin for Monday, August 20, 2018
Medications Signature School provides acetaminophen and ibuprofen as needed to students whose parents give permission for us to do so on the Student Profile Form. Students should not have medications with them at school (with the exception of life-saving medications such as inhalers, EpiPens, insulin, etc.)
If a student needs to take medication (prescription or over-the-counter) while at school, the parent/guardian should bring the medication to the office and complete the proper paperwork. If you have any questions, please call or email Mrs. Roscoe.
Schedule Changes All students complete the yellow Drop/Add forms, found at the front desk, for all class change requests. You will have a two-week period ending on Wednesday, August 22nd to complete all schedule changes.
Sig Soccer Join us at Sig Soccer at Kids Kingdom on Wednesdays after school from 3:45-4:45! The cost is $1 to get in. Ask seniors Kylie Miller and Evan Englert if you have any questions or need a ride! Hope to see you there! *This is not a school-sponsored event. This event is organized by students and Signature School staff will not be present.
Purdue A representative from Purdue will be here during lunch on Tuesday, August 21st. All grades are welcome! Please sign up through the lunch menu or see Mrs. Roscoe in the Student Services office.
French Club Bonjour Signature students. If you enjoy French culture and cuisine, come to the first French club meeting of the year today during lunch in room 202, and enjoy some of Jack and Nadia's world famous brownies. All students are welcome, and French students can earn some extra credit. If you have any questions ask Jack Watson, Nadia Scharf, Mary Gershon, Maryam Mahmoud, or Tim Dwyer.
Spanish Club Are you interested in joining Signature Spanish club? Come to our first meeting on today during lunch in room 310. Be ready for a year of quesadillas and fun. Whether you are in enrolled in Spanish or not, everybody can join! Please bring your sack lunch and report immediately to the third floor. ¡Hasta la Vista!
College Information Night College Information Night will be next Thursday evening, August 23, 2018, from 6-7pm on the 5th floor of the Victory. This meeting is for seniors and their parents/guardians and is a good chance to get answers to questions about the senior year college process and timeline. We hope to see all seniors and your parents or guardians there!
Government Club Frustrated with politics? Curious about government systems? Want to share your opinions on policy issues? Government Club is for you! We meet after school on A day Mondays until 4:30, starting this Monday, and talk current events, political questions, and discuss policy. All viewpoints are welcome and encouraged. There’s even a trip to DC in the works. Come to Government Club after school Monday August 20 in room 415 to learn more about the club and get some treats for attending. We can’t wait to see you there!
German Club Guten Morgen! Today's the first A-Day Monday of the school year, and that means German Club! We will meet on the sixth floor in Frau Dus's room, and you can come regardless of what language class you're taking. There will be desert for anyone that attends.
Juniors-resource Juniors, do you know where to go for resource this week? Here are the places and people you can go to find out: the lobby and elevators, your email, your 1st-period teacher, and last, but not least, ManageBac under the EE supervisor tab.
Orange Leaf Giveback Please join us this Saturday, the 25th at Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt for the first give-back of the year. Just grab a screenshot of the flyer off the PTSA Facebook page or around school to show to your cashier. You get an excuse to load up on fro-yo while helping your school!
Robotics Club Robotics Club is starting up this year! Bring your lunch and come to Science Center room 102 on Tuesday, August 21 to learn more about VEX, SeaPerch, and the famous annual Super Smash Bros. Tournament.
Thespian Troupe Lights, camera, action: Hello there Thespians! This Tuesday, August 21, during lunch is the first meeting for Signature School’s Thespian Troupe 7004 for the 2018-2019 school year! During this meeting, we will be introducing our 14 new inductees to the club and discussing plans for upcoming events, such as Main Street Attraction in October! Freshman, since you have not been inducted into the club yet, you will not be able to attend the meetings this year, but we will have an introductory meeting on another date and we hope to see you there! We will be meeting on B-day Tuesdays in Mr. Maurer’s room on the fourth floor of the victory, so come with your wonderful ideas and enjoy some brownies! Talk to Lucy Lippman, Kennedy Williams, Sean Egli, Emmalee Gladding, Nadia Scharf, or Mr. Maurer if you have any questions. Now go on and break a leg!
Lunch system Do you know how to use the online lunch system? Whether you want to sign up for Silent Study during lunch, eat at Lic's, or attend a college visit during lunch, here's how you do it: Go to lunch.signature.edu/lunch (this link is available on our website). Your username should be your Firstname.Lastname. The first letter of your first and last name is capitalized. Your password should be "sig", all lowercase letters. If you have difficulties logging on, come to the office and we can help you! *Reminder that freshmen are not yet allowed to sign up for Silent Study or to eat at Lic's, but freshmen CAN sign up for college visits using the online system.
Community Service Youth United is an initiative through Habitat for Humanity that invites high school youth to work together to fund and build homes in their own communities. Targeting young, enthusiastic volunteers to build homes, Youth United develops leadership skills and engages youth in positive service experiences. There will definitely be free food at every meeting. We will usually meet from 4 to 7 on the first Wednesday of every month. If you’re interested, talk to John Strezewski, Tyler Robinson or Mrs. Doyle. All volunteers are welcome. P.S. It looks great on college applications to be affiliated with a recognizable community service organization like Habitat for Humanity, so if for nothing else come for that and the free food.