February 5, 2020
Interested in a spring sport? Track, baseball, softball, golf and tennis to name a few. Be sure to attend the Spring sports information night on February 24th from 4-7pm in the cafeteria. 4-5 open registration, 5-5:45 Athletic department presentation, 6-7 team meetings. If you have questions please visit the athletic office.
Hey Sheldon, do you know what day it is? It’s World Read Aloud Day! Reading matters, and it’s fun, so… special-treat today, bring your lunch to the library at lunchtime and listen to Ms. Kunz read aloud from The Book of Delights by Ross Gay. Yep, you heard that right, you can eat your lunch in the library today for World Read Aloud Day! Don’t miss out!
Spring sports season is fast approaching. To be academically eligible you must be enrolled in and passing 4 of 5 classes for WINTER and SPRING term. If you have questions about eligibility please see the athletic office.
Hey Sheldon Peeps! Let’s unify around a community art project in anticipation of the Unity assembly that’s coming later this month. Swing by the library to pick up a “link” to decorate and add to the paper chain symbolizing our linked lives and that we all belong and contribute to this wonderful Sheldon community. You’re welcome to decorate more than one link, too. Let’s see how long we can make the chain! See Ms. Kunz in the library if you have any questions.
Join Asian Student Union this Thursday to help make a group poster! Snacks and art supplies will be provided. All are welcome!
Today join economic justice league in B7 for our meeting at lunch! Come and learn all about the updates relating to the new boutique in the cafeteria, and help us plan for the unity assembly! Bring your lunch and a friend.
February is Black History Month and today we would like to recognize and thank Malcolm X for his contributions to the Civil Rights Movement. Before his assassination in 1965, Malcolm X believed that the Civil Rights Movement should be the Human Rights Movement. He believed that this would help people understand that it was a global cause and not only a national issue. His words and messages still resonate with communities all over the world.