Daily Announcements

  • Service Club Fundraiser

    Paw print Looking for something to do with all those pop tabs that you've been saving? Service Club will be collecting them for Ronald McDonald Charities until Thanksgiving break. It will also be a team room competition (and there may even be a traveling team room SERVICE trophy). Help support a worthy cause, and may the best team win.

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  • 2020 Fall Musical

    Theater stage Conant Theatre is proud to present its 2020 fall musical, Disney’s Freaky Friday One Act Edition. Katherine and Ellie are a mother daughter pair who just don’t see eye to eye on many things. However, by some twist of fate and a turn of a magical hourglass, the two switch bodies to spend a day in the other’s shoes. Whether having to endure the madness of re-entering high school or being forced to save the family business, both ladies learn to accept the other’s faults and appreciate their experience. This modern version of the 1972 novel offers a new take on connecting with family and looking at life through another’s perspective. With energetic music and quippy text, Conant’s first virtual musical will run Thursday-Saturday, November 5-7 at 7:00 p.m. and a matinee at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 7. With circumstances as they are, our production will only be available through streaming on ShowTix4U.com.

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  • BPA Meetings

    BPA logo BPA Members -- event meetings are happening! Check our Schoology calendar and your D211 email. In the meantime, you should be preparing for your events. If you are in an Early Submission event, the November 13 deadline is coming in hot!

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  • SCC Meeting

    Paw print Attention Sophomores! Join us on Tuesday, November 10, for the next SCC meeting! We will be discussing our next events, voting on an SCC t-shirt design and gathering ideas for a holiday event to participate in. Meet us on Zoom at 7:45 a.m. Join the SCC Schoology page for link information or email Mrs. Drenth at adrenth@d211.org.

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  • Book Club

    Reading Have you ever wondered what it would be like to become famous overnight? That’s what happens to Jarli, a teen who invents an app that can tell if someone is lying. At first, it’s great, but he finds out that being a celebrity can be dangerous, especially when you've just exposed everyone's deepest, darkest secrets. Find out if Jarli will survive by reading the book, The Truth App. Hang out with other students to talk about the book on Thursday, November 19, at the Media Center’s second Book Club meeting. Check out the Media Center Schoology group to sign up or email Ms. Oh at hoh@d211.org.

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