Morning Announcements – 4/22/22

Riley Letendre, Managing Editor

General Announcements
With college commitments upon us, we want to celebrate your futures.  Please email [email protected] with a photo of yourself, your major, and your future path – ALL PATHS ARE INCLUDED!  See the Class of 2022 for more information!


Baseball: Congratulations to our Rays for their 11-1 win against Moore Haven last night. Good luck to our boys tonight as they travel to Gateway Charter. The team will be released at 2:45 without an all call.  GO RAYS!



Prom 2022: Come to Paris and dance under the stars. Prom 2022 is at the JW Marriott on Saturday May,14th. Tickets start at $100 and are sold during A and B lunches in the third floor hallway. If you are bringing a guest, all guest forms must be turned in by May 6th. A copy of your guest’s ID must be attached to the form. Forms must be approved before purchasing your guest’s ticket. 

AICE Environmental Earth Day Mentoring Challenge:  Good luck to all mentorings today! The mentoring that collects the most recycled bottles and cans will be announced on Monday! 

Performing Arts:

Puppet Workshop: Interested in learning how to make a puppet like the ones made in Mr. Dayett’s theatre classes? Mr. Dayett will be leading a puppet workshop on Fridays after school starting this Friday. Learn how to design and build your very own puppet! 

Thespians: There is a mandatory meeting Friday after school (before the Puppet Workshop) for all current and prospective Thespians. We will be handing out invitations for inductions into the theatre honor society, discussing points, awarding buttons, and talking about a few opportunities for the remainder of this year and Looking ahead at a few ideas for next year. Only 3 meetings left this year. New members are always welcome!

Volunteer Opportunity: Need some school volunteer hours (to the tune of 15 to 75 hours)…or even some Thespian points? Mr. Dayett will be teaching several performing arts classes this June and July for kids at the Marco Island Center for the Arts and is looking for some assistants. Duties for the younger kids classes include helping attendees tell and write stories and a screenplay, arts and crafts, and filming their stories. For the older kids’ classes, duties include helping attendees tell and develop short stories for the stage and/or being an actor in a staged reading of the plays (the highlight of the summer). See or email Mr Dayett for details.