Wednesday, January 15
Hilliard Davidson High School
MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS – Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Good Morning, Hilliard Davidson! Today is Wednesday, January 15, 2020, and these are your morning announcements.
CATS Quote for today: “Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.” Will Rogers
Happy Birthday to: Leen Aldimshki, Josh Burton, Braeden Gasaway-Wilder, Alan Morales, Imanol Reyes-Benitez & Darnell Thornton
The next ASL club meeting will be held on today from 2:45-3:30 p.m. We will have snacks and practice signing. Please join us, all are welcome to attend!
Coding Club will be meeting in room 102 on Wednesdays after school for about an hour. The first meeting of the year will be today. No coding experience necessary.
Iran is a hotly debated topic in recent news. This Thursday in Room 219 after school, the Hilliard Davidson Debate Club will be discussing recent Iranian developments. Everyone is welcome, so join the debate this Thursday in room 219, we’d love to have you!
Environmental Club is meeting Thursday 1/16 after school in room 216. As always, all are welcome! Questions? See Mrs. Bloom
Students a friendly reminder that parking in the Davidson Road staff lot, or the visitors lot near the flag pole is a violation of the student handbook, and is unlawful. If you are parking here at the high school please ensure that you have a valid parking permit displayed in your vehicle. If you need a free parking permit, please see the main office. Due to the overwhelming number of vehicles not displaying permits, vehicles not displaying a valid parking permit will be towed from the lot. If your vehicle is towed from the lot it will be taken to Woody’s Towing on Hilliard Rome Road. Any questions about parking see the main office, or the school’s police resource officer.
College Jump Start students: Textbooks are available for your 2nd semester classes! Please come to the media center asap to check them out! Thank you.
Any sophomore that is interested in learning about zoo careers will have the opportunity to explore those careers at the Columbus Zoo. Zoo school is a two-year commitment where students will participate in research, take classes, explore conservation issues, and other topics. There is an Open House on January 15th that outlines the next steps in the application process. Please see Mr. Foster for any additional details.
Attention Seniors: If you plan to go to college and would like to apply for local scholarships, visit Naviance. Under the Colleges tab, you can view the Scholarship List. Be sure to get started on your applications now!
Students, if you are enrolled in an online class for second semester you will receive a pass on Thursday, January 16th either first or third period. You will report to the Media Center at the start of the period listed on your pass to meet with your online teacher. Any questions, see your Guidance Counselor.
Seniors: It’s time to submit your “Then & Now” pictures to the yearbook! Do you have a picture from childhood with one of your senior friends? Would you like to recreate this photo? If so, please submit your “Then & Now” photos to the yearbook staff in room 240 as soon as possible. Space is very limited and pictures are accepted on a first come, first served basis.