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University High School 

Daily Announcements – April 4, 2016 


There will be a Mock Trial on April 14th at 6:00 p.m. at the Monongalia Justice Center located at 75 High Street to raise awareness for Victim Rights Week.  There will be a brief section of a trial to demonstrate the rights of victims throughout the trial process.  The objective is to give a glimpse of how the court system works and the impact on victims.  The event is open to the public. 


Anyone who needs a prom guest form can see Mrs. Diaz in room 113. They can pick them up beginning today 


West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) has created two exciting summer camp programs for students interested in STEM fields.  Camp STEM and STEM Summer Academy for Girls will both be offered this summer.  More information is available in the Guidance Office.  The application deadline is April 15, 2016. 


Winter blues got you down? Come shake a tail feather at the first annual UHS Spring Fling sponsored by the Wild Hawks! The dance will be Friday April 8th from 7:30 – 10 p.m.Tickets are $5 and will be on sale all week before and after school and at lunch in Mrs. Eades  room, 139.  If you want to bring a guest from another school, you need to see Mrs. Beatty ASAP to get the form. We hope to see you there!"  


All poets interested in the opportunity of being published should stop down to see Mrs. Beatty in room 161 for details.  UHS had two published poets last year.   


Writers of short fiction or essays should speak to your English teacher about the Shelly Marshall Contest.  UHS will choose 3 winners to be recognized in a ceremony at Barnes and Nobel on April 30th.   


There will be a Cyber Safety Parent Talk on Wednesday, April 13th from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Cheat Lake Elementary.  All are welcome and admission is free. 


Monongalia county students will again have the opportunity to participate in the test out for credit examinations to be held this summer. Applications are available in the Guidance office and are due back to the Guidance office no later than April 22, 2016. 


Attention all students interested in Engineering.  PTSO will continue with their College and Career Readiness Series on Thursday, April 7th during extended advisory.  Ms. Cate Scholobohm will present "Engineering Careers--More than just Math and Science."   If you are interested in attending, please sign up in the Guidance Office. 


Writers, if you are interested in participating in the Shelly Marshall writing contest please see your English teacher for details.  All submissions are due to Mrs. Beatty by April 15th.   


The Interact Club is holding a shoe drive to donate to soles4souls from now until April 15. You may bring any unwanted shoes to Mrs. Koontz's Room (224) or drop them in the box by the library door.  


Anyone interested in volunteer hours this summer should see Mrs. Beatty for the opportunity to work with Energy Express at Skyview, Mylan, or Mason Dixon Elementary.  Also there are sites in Preston and Marion County as well.   


Attention all students: If you have not purchased a yearbook yet, there's still time! Yearbook order forms can be picked up in room 135 or you can go online to yearbookforever.com to buy your yearbook for this year. All yearbook orders must be submitted by April 30. Don't miss out on capturing your cherished high school moments!  


Seniors:  Please pay your class dues as soon as possible.  You may turn them into Ms. Swails or Ms. Devlin.  You can check with Ms. Devlin if you are not sure what you owe. 


Attention seniors -- New scholarships have been added to the Scholarship Bulletin on the UHS website.  More will continue to be added this Spring.     


Attention all 18-year old guys, and those about to turn 18!  We're here to remind you that registering with the Selective Service System is a requirement within one month of your 18th birthday.  It's the law, and keeps you eligible for student loans, job training, government jobs, and driver's licenses in most states.  You can do it on online or on your smart phone at www.sss.gov.  You can register at the Post Office, and even submit your registration earlier so that you're automatically set on your birthday.