The Automotive Training Center is hosting its Annual Scholarship Program at the Exton Campus on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 6 PM. This year the combined value of the scholarships awarded is over $200,000. Seniors interested in attending can register either by calling the Admissions Department at 1-800-411-8031, or by completing the registration form at their web site www.autotraining.edu Parents and friends are invited to attend the information sessions and tour the facility.
School Based Youth Services is hosting The Get UP and Move Program after school at 2:45 pm, as follows:
- Tuesday - Baking for Teens in C-25
- Wednesday - Yoga in C38
- Thursday - Zumba in C38
Juniors- We have an opportunity for females and males to be interviewed for the 2014 Rotary Youth Leadership Conference. Each year it is held at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. If you feel you would like to enjoy a college experience. Why not stop by and pick up an application from Ms. Gatson in the Guidance Office?
Planning on attending prom? Installment payment plan available to help spread the cost of prom over a few months. Starting this week the Junior Class will begin collecting the first down payment of $20.00 during lunch periods. All payments are non-refundable. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Derham in room A-1.
The Salem High School Baseball Team will hold its annual fundraiser on Saturday, March 22nd at the Salem Eagles on East Broadway from 6 pm to 10pm. Tickets are $25 per person. Donations are also being accepted. See Coach O’Brien for more information and tickets.
IB Programme students are conducting a soda fundraiser for an upcoming trip to the Museum of Math in New York City. Cases of Coca Cola products are $20, cases of Powerade are $20 and cases of water are $15. Orders may be placed with any IB student, Mrs. Hudock or Mr Lagakos.
The Salem Community College is offering two SAT Prep courses this Spring. The classes are for one week and will cost $175. See your guidance counselor for more details and contact information.
SENIORS AND JUNIORS: The Home Depot on Hurfville Road in Deptford, NJ is seeking qualified individuals including minorities, females, persons with disabilities, and veterans to fill the following positions: Cashiers, Sales, Overnight Freight and Lot Technicians. A brief description of the job duties for each position and applications can be submitted on Home Depot’s internet site at http://careers.homedepot.com. All applications must be submitted through the internet site.
Students please be advised that no one will be allowed access to the gym lockers during the day, unless of course it is your assigned gym period.
B’Nai B’Rith International announces a writing contest, the Diverse Minds Youth Writing Challenge. Students in grade 9 – 12 are eligible. An individual or a team can submit an entry. The deadline is March 14th. See your English Teacher for more information.
Attention all 11th grade and 12th grade students who are considering majors in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or Business: The New Jersey Institute of Technology will be offering pre-college programs to high achieving students who wish to jump-start their college careers. Classes will be offered in the Spring and in the Summer. See your Guidance Counselor for more information.