Morning Announcements – 3/25/22

Riley Letendre, Managing Editor

General Announcements
Heyyyyyyyyyyy Seniors – Senior fees of $102 are due by the end of the month. That’s next Thursday!  See Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Koch, or Miss Roberts! 

With college commitment season right around the corner, we want to celebrate your futures.  Email [email protected] with a photo of yourself, your major, and your future school (cosmetology, vocational, workforce program, military are also included)!  See the Class of 2022 for more information!

Science In Action: Are you looking for something to do tomorrow? Want to ride on a swamp buggy through Corkscrew Swamp and learn more about the swampy environment? If the answer is YES, then see Mr. Swope or Mr. Sotolongo for more information on how to join the Conservation Leadership Program on this journey into nature.


Baseball:  Good luck to our baseball team at St. John Neumann today! The team will be released without an all call at 1:30 p.m.
Winged Foot Student Athlete Scholarship:  Seniors, it’s that time! The Winged Foot Scholar Athlete Scholarship application is available.  Candidates must have a stellar GPA and at least 2 varsity letters in 2 sports.  If this sounds like you, please pick up a packet from Miss Roberts! 



SGA:  Doughnut sales are back to wrap up the month of March. Get your sweet treat and a few for your friends tomorrow morning at the Manta Ray Cafe. $1 a doughnut.

Performing Arts
The Little Mermaid:  Tickets are now on sale for The Little Mermaid. Scan the QR code on the posters around campus to order your tickets now before the price goes up at the door and/or we are sold out!  Tickets are going fast!  From now on, it is full cast at every rehearsal. 

Please note that rehearsal is canceled for today.

Mr Dayett is looking for a few committed individuals to serve on crew for the show. Expectations are to come to the remaining rehearsals and 3 performances. Duties include lights, sound, and backstage crew.


Daily Affirmation: “Talk about a dream; try to make it real.”