February 12, 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.
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.
Sheldon’s 2020 Unity Assembly is coming soon. Clubs and organizations planning to perform in the assembly need to turn their planning sheets into the Front Office no later than 3:30PM this Wednesday. Information about rehearsal times and locations will be out by the end of this week.
The baseball team will be meeting during lunch this Thursday in C9 Lecture Hall. All students planning to play this season need to attend. See you Thursday in C9 Lecture Hall for lunch.
The Raza Unida Youth Conference at the University of Oregon is just two weeks away! If you’re inserted in attending the conference with Sheldon’s Latinx Student Union, please see Ms. Albrich (B15) or Ms. Sitton (A8) as soon as possible to pick up an application form.
Valentine’s Day is this Friday! Are you ready? Come make Valentines for all the people you love this Thursday during lunch in Room B4 with French Club. We will have all of the supplies plus all kinds of French phrases you can use on your cards to show how much you care. Baguette and Nutella will be available to snack on during the creative process. Bring a friend.
Women’s Advocacy Group is having a meeting TODAY to make posters for the Unity Assembly! Bring your lunch and a friend to room S3.
Latinx Student Union has a meeting tomorrow, February 13, at lunch in room B-15. We will work on our presentation for the Unity Assembly and get more information about going to UO MEChA’s Raza Unida Youth Conference. Bring your creativity, your ideas, and a friend. See you there!
As a part of Black History Month, we would like to recognize Jarret Adams for his perseverance through injustice. Jarret Adams was wrongly convicted of sexual assault at age 17 and sentenced to 28 years in a maximum security prison. After serving nearly 10 years and filing multiple appeals. Jarred was exonerated with the assistance of the Wisconsin Innocence Project. Jarret used the injustice he endured as inspiration to become an advocate for the undeserved and often uncounted.