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Daily Announcements

Thursday February 4, 2016

DAY D 

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Seniors -- You can purchase your cap & gown for graduation today and Friday during lunch periods in the large café.  The cost is $20 and checks should be made out to “Balfour”. All students that plan to participate in the graduation ceremony at Caramoor must purchase a cap & gown.

 

V & JV mandatory softball meeting on Tuesday, 2/9 @ 3:00 in Room A-114

 

“Fox Talks” is On The Air!  What is “Fox Talks”?  It’s the Fox Lane High School broadcasting club, created by students. Every segment on our YouTube channel was recorded, produced, and edited by students, with the help of our Technical Advisor, Mr. Richards, from BCSD-TV.  Videos are posted every few weeks on our YouTube channel, “Fox Talks”, and can also be viewed on BCSD-TV. So far, “Fox Talks” has covered stories about clubs and sports, and interviews with faculty in the Bedford Central School District.  All are welcome to the join our group; it’s never too late! Students are able to find their own stories to cover, learn how to use professional cameras and editing software, and see their own pieces aired online and on BCSD-TV (Optimum Ch. 18; FiOS Ch. 1982). Check out the website to learn more (www.bcsdny.org/foxtalks), come to a meeting every Friday after school in room A-112, or email Mr. Richards.

 

SENIORS: The local scholarship information has been mailed home and is posted on the school website. http://www.bcsdny.org/flhs.cfm?subpage=21570. This includes the Tingley scholarship which is one of the most prestigious scholarships available. The due date for these scholarships is February 12 (the day before winter break).

 

Bridges to Community Club is sponsoring a Silent Auction this coming Saturday, February 6 from 9AM-12 Noon in front of the school cafe to raise funds for their upcoming service trip to Nicaragua.  Come check out the gift baskets, gift certificates, artwork and more!  Come early and enjoy a hot pancake breakfast to support the Senior Class!

 

Writing Club and Fire and Ice invite you to the Mid-Winter Coffee House this Friday, February 5 from 7-9 PM.  Admission is free, but please make a canned good donation for the food pantry. Munchies and hot drinks will be provided.  Come to sing, read your original work, play an instrument of just be part of the audience and enjoy!

 

Seniors need 20 hours of community service in order to graduate.  All students should get their community service log sheets handed in as soon as possible since many awards are selected based on your community service hours but If we don't have any record of those hours, you cannot be recognized.