Count Down To Homecoming
If you were not able to attend out first meeting last Friday, Sep. 22, we will be having another informational meeting THIS Friday in H5 during lunch! Please attend to find out about this month's MONTHLY MYSTERY and what's to come for the rest of the year. Do not miss out!! :)
Hello Raiders! This is the last week to sign up for the blood drive in
I-2 during lunch since the blood drive is this Friday, September 30th. Those who have already signed up will be sent a reminder!
Silver Creek Counselors will meet with parents on the following dates based on your child's grade level:
SENIORS: Thursday, October 6th - Raider Hall - 6:00 PM
FRESHMAN: Thursday, October 13th - Library - 6:00 PM
JUNIORS: Thursday, October 20th - Raider Hall - 6:00 PM
SOPHOMORES: Thursday October 27th - Raider Hall - 6:00 PM
Graduation requirements, academic plans, post-secondary options, and credit earning opportunities will be discussed.
The Counseling Department would like to invite parent o enroll in our text message group so that we can send you reminders of events, due dates, and other important information directly to your mobile phones.
Please follow the instructions below to sign up:
Parents of the Class of 2017 (12th Grade) – Text @2d82ab to the number 81010
Parents of the Class of 2018 (11th Grade) – Text @fhehgk to the number 81010
Parents of the Class of 2019 (10th Grade) – Text @b9e628 to the number 81010
Parents of the Class of 2020 (9th Grade) – Text @e4kbhe to the number 81010
Once you finished, you will receive a welcome text from Remind.
Thank you for all of your continuing support and wishing you a Great year with your student.
The Counseling Department
Orders due October 6, 2016
ANIMAL ALLIES PRESENTS
MJ Flash Week
MONDAY SEPT.26 - FRIDAY SEPT.30
At this very second, there are hundreds of disabled animals in shelters that are overlooked because of “the defect” people see on the outside
People aren't willing to take the time to see...
For September's MJ(mason jar) Flash Week, Animal Allies is raising awareness and funds for Pets With Disabilities, an organization that cares for and educates the public about disabled pets .
PWD anticipates each dog coming into the rescue program will require $1000-$1500 in “typical” medical needs – and WE can help cover those costs. Once a dog is accepted at PWD, they make a COMMITMENT to that dog - whatever it takes, for however long they need.
If YOU want to make a difference on the unbroken spirit of a disabled pup, see one of our officers/participating members to donate!
Pets With Disabilities -- because they're spirits aren't broken
Loopmail Yumna Chowdhury for more information
Read the Silver Creek Morning Announcements online.
Please contact the Attendance Office to report your student's absence:
If you are being victimized or know of someone else being bullied, we encourage you to fill out an anonymous report. Stand up and speak out.