Daily Announcements 02.07.2020

February 7, 2020

Students: Please do not park in the Visitor or Staff parking areas on Campus. If you do not have a student parking pass for your vehicle, please do not park on campus. Both or any of these infractions will result in a parking fine.

Information packets for Sheldon Theatre’s spring musical Curtains are available now in the front office or the choir room. Auditions are next week Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, Feb. 10, 11 and 13.  Practice for the audition song in the packet happens every day this week at lunch in the choir room. It’s a big commitment and a lot of time to put in between now and mid-May, but it’s LOTS of fun and very satisfying. Please see Nancy Anderson in the choir room with questions or concerns.

Spanish Club meets today, during lunch in room B15. Bring your friends! Join us!

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.

 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.

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.

 Today as a part of Black History Month, we would like to thank Angela Davis for her contributions to black rights. Davis is a scholar philosopher who became an articulate voice for justice in the in the 1970’s, speaking beneath an enormous Afro, which seemed to taunt the establishment she sought to overthrow. Four decades later, she is still a voice for justice and freedom as a professor at the University of California Santa Cruz.

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