STUDENT BULLETIN – FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014
BLOOD DRIVE– The annual Red Cross Blood Drive is scheduled for December 5th. Be sure to donate by signing up at the table in the cafeteria on your lunch hour! LEAD 11/24
MR. CLARKSTON PAGEANT – The second annual “Mr. Clarkston Pageant” will be held on Thursday, December 4 from 7-9 p.m. in the CHS PAC. The admission is $2 and you will be able to vote for your favorite guy with a with a donation. All proceeds go towards Kids Against Hunger. If you are interested in joining the competition, the three rounds are talent, modeling, and Q & A’s. Sign ups will end this week and there is a $100 cash prize to the winner! Whether you’re in the show or in the crowd, we hope to see you there! Donley 11/21
FOOTBALL GAME TICKET PRE-SALE - We will hold our pre-sale today during all lunches at the PAC ticket window. (10:46 a.m. - 12:17 a.m.)
Please note that tickets for this game are $6.00. Game time 1:00 p.m. @ Brighton High School vs. East Kentwood.
MARKETING STUDENTS PERMISSION SLIPS DUE - A reminder that permission slips for the DECA Palace/Sports Marketing event are due to Mrs. Moore by Tuesday, Nov. 25th. Mrs. Moore 11/21
COURTESY DRIVING SCHOOL - CourtesyDrivingSchool will hold the following driver education classes at ClarkstonHigh School: Segment I: December 1st – 18th, weekdays, from 3-5 p.m. Segment II: December 8th, 10th, & 15th, Monday, Wednesday, & Monday, from 5‐7 p.m. To register for a class, please call CourtesyDrivingSchool at 800-256-9559. You may obtain further information in the main office, or by visiting courtesydrivingschool.com.
WATCH CLARKSTON FOOTBALL THIS WEEKEND - Got a friend or family member who can’t make it to the big football game Saturday? They can keep up with all the action at M-H-S-A-A Dot T-V. East Kentwood vs. Clarkston is one of 12 games you can watch live online this week. Follow the playoffs to Ford Field on M-H-S-A-A Dot T-V
Oakland Community College ~ Success Studies Skill ClassCOURSE DESCRIPTION -This course is designed to improve students’ academic performance. Students will practice strategies for test taking, textbook study, note taking, memory enhancement, and time management. They will be given opportunities to apply these strategies to current course work and personal life situations. This is a college course. Two (2) college credits and .5 high school elective credit will be give upon passing this course.For additional information, please visit the CHS website for full course description. Applications are available now at the Clarkston High School Principal’s office.The deadline for signing up for this class is December 5, 2014. . Hurry, space is limited to 20, so sign up now!