Announcements for Wednesday, September 17, 2014


        There will be a Student Council meeting after school today in the Bellarmine Theatre for all newly elected homeroom reps.


        Sophomores are reminded to provide your parents with a list of your teacherís names if they plan to attend Sophomore Parent Night tonight.


        Art Society will meet today after school.All are welcome!


        Varsity football players must pick up game uniforms today between 2:45 and 3:00.


        This Friday is Prepís annual Homecoming Dance.The dance is 7 to 10pm in the Xavier Center.The cost is $10 per person.Casual dress.This event is open to Prep students only.


        All seniors must have their transcripts handed in by today.


        Attention Student Club Leaders- If you are the leader of a Scranton Prep club, please attend a very brief meeting today in the library after school.


        The Creative Writing Club will meet today after school in Room 311.All are welcome to attend.


        There will be a Seasons of Love dinner this Sunday, September 21st, at Good Shepherd Church.Any students willing to help feed the homeless and working poor of Scranton should report to the Church at 12:30.


        There will be a Speech and Debate meeting after school tomorrow in Room 1 for anyone interested in joining.†† All are welcome.


        Chess Club will meet today after school in the Dining Hall.New members are welcome.


        There will be a Science Olympiad meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 315.All interested in participating this year is encouraged to attend.


        Is singing your thing? Then the Scranton Prep Student Choir is the place for you! The opening meeting for the year will be tomorrow after school in Room 10. Anyone who likes to sing and would like to perform in our Christmas concert this year is encouraged to attend.


        The Classical Languages Club will meet today in Room 300 immediately after school.Our feature presentation spotlights Mr. Nakahara, who will be discussing his archaeological exploits.