Turner Ashby High School
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Last updated 04/14/2014 5:00 P.M.
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National Library Week – 04/13/14 – 04/19/14
This is National Library Week. As part of our celebration, many faculty and staff members have new READ signs posted outside their doors. Stop by the library to pick up a scavenger hunt form to match these signs with the book titles. Students with correctly completed forms will be eligible for prize drawings. Please return these forms to the library by noon Thursday.
Audition for Instrumental Ensembles and
Join the Marching Knights
Audition material is now available for our award winning Wind Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble. Do you play the guitar, piano, bass or drum set and want to learn about jazz? Then audition for next year’s Jazz Ensemble. Auditions for both groups will be held April 16-17. Pick up materials in the band room after school today. If you have any questions see Mrs. Nash. This year the Marching Knights received 22 awards and will perform in Walk Disney World in two weeks. Want to join this outstanding ensemble next year? Pick up a form and schedule in the band room today. Don’t play an instrument? Then join the guard and learn dance and flag routines. No experience is necessary. There is NO audition for the Marching Knights. All are welcome! See Mr. Nash for more information.
Have you ever wanted to do something really awesome, like sound-proof a room, purify water, makes flames look like sound waves, or build a hover craft? If so, you should participate in the Science Fair! The Science Fair is an incredible opportunity to put together a project from beginning to end, interact with college professors, and maybe make some money or get extra credit for class. That’s right, there are cash prizes! Your options are virtually limitless, and participating is just like being on a real life episode of “Mythbusters.” So sign up with Mrs. Hipps or Mr. Busk by Friday, April 11th to participate in the Science Fair.
Juniors and Seniors – Make plans to attend After Prom 2014! This year it will happen at Valley Lanes! Cost is $5.00. Guys who rent their tuxes from Classic Tuxedo will get a free ticket to After Prom for himself and his date! More details about After Prom will emerge over the next few weeks.
Cinderella Prom Project
Students interested in assistance with prom attire, please stop by the counseling office for a ticket to the Cinderella Prom Project. The Cinderella Prom Project of the Shenandoah Valley has approximately 350 free gowns and tuxedos-many are brand new! They also have accessories, toiletries, makeup, shoes and corsages available at the Staunton Mall, Saturday’s March 22 – May 17, 2014, from 10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
Seniors: it’s time to make nominations for class speakers and Citizenship Award. Nomination forms are in the main office. See Mrs. Pence in room 246 if you have questions. All forms are due by April 17th.
The motto chosen by the senior class is: It matters not what one is born, but what they grow to be. –Albus Dumbledore. Also, seniors it is time to make nominations for class speakers and Citizenship Award. Nomination forms are in the main office. See Mrs. Pence in room 246 if you have questions. All forms are due by April 17th.
Jostens will be coming on Wednesday, April 23 to deliver senior graduation items. See them in the auditorium during all lunches.
This is information on non-athletic events and dates to remember.
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