By Julia Ludington
Our Music In Our Schools month concert series ended up being wonderful.
Thank you to all those who attended the band, orchestra or chorus concerts, or maybe all three! Your support is greatly appreciated.
Another big thank you to any students or others in the building who donated blood last Friday. You are truly making a difference in the lives of others!
If you have never donated blood before but would like to the next time there is a blood drive at the high school, watch for signs and announcements leading up to the event.
Multiple scholarships are available in the guidance office for any senior students who are interested. The variety of scholarships is tremendous, so you are bound to qualify for a few.
It never hurts to apply! You could be saving yourself a lot of money in whatever path you choose for this upcoming year.
Underclassmen recently filled out their course recommendation cards for the next school year. No longer being offered are meteorology and MST, however a new class called Cayuga 101 will be making its debut in the high school next year.
The purpose of the class, through Cayuga Community College, is to prep college-bound students for the next step. Stop by the guidance office for more information!
If you are interested in taking any AP, Honors, or college-level courses starting in the fall, make sure you meet with teachers to discuss if you are a good fit for the class and what the work load will be. You should always challenge yourself, but never take on more than you can handle!
Hopefully spring will be making a comeback soon so that our spring sports teams can begin practicing outside regularly. Have an excellent week!