GHS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2016
If you are a senior and looking for full-time employment after graduation, there are two opportunities to earn $14-$15/hour and learn a skilled trade of maintenance on machinery. Both Benteler and AJP Brunk Corporations will train on-the-job, as well as pay for training to get certified in areas such as electrical and pneumatics. If you stay with the company you could earn over $20/hour within a couple years. If you are interested in one of these opportunities see Mr. Bechtel for details.
Please stop by the commons during lunch if you are interested is speaking to the following:
- 5/9 Navy
There is a Give Back night at Ben’s Pretzels in Goshen for the girls tennis team on Thursday from 4-7:00 p.m. Stop by, grab a pretzel or calzone and let the players clean up after you!
IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week: All teachers and coaches use the expression “no excuses” from time to time. Have you made excuses for not playing well or making a poor grade in the classroom? It’s easy to place blame on others to cover-up your own deficiencies. However, making excuses is rarely justified. Not only that, teachers and coaches don’t like hearing about it. Other than sickness or a justified injury, don’t use a weak excuse if you under-perform. Instead, take accountability and move on to your next challenge. By doing so, you will gain the respect and confidence of all those around you!
Students who did not pick up senior products last week will have one additional chance. Jostens will return Tuesday, May 3rd from 7:45-8:25 a.m. Once again only cash or money orders will be accepted as payment. Students with questions should contact Jostens directly at Greg.email@example.com or (260) 483-1825.
After hours homework help for any class is now available! On Mondays and Wednesdays you can meet in the media center after school until 5:00 p.m.
Arby’s on Lincolnway East in Goshen is hiring crew members and supervisors. Stop in to apply!
The Goshen Public Library doesn’t just lend books! We also offer FREE activities for young adults. Stop in on Thursdays after school from 4:00-6:00 p.m. to hang out, study, find an independent reading book, play a board game, color or just chillax at the teen café! And, of course, we’ll also have hot chocolate and coffee. Our next Weebz Anonymous Manga Club meeting will be Wednesday, April 20th from 4:00-5:00 p.m. and the Courageous Pages Writing Club is on Wednesday, April 27th from 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the teen area. Our Pages & Popcorn club meets on Thursday, April 21st from 5:30-8:00 p.m. We’ll talk about the classic spooky R.L Stine books and watch the movie, Goosebumps. Finally, our regular programming will conclude this month with our Crafty Bandits club, where we’ll smash flowers to make cards. To sign up or for more information about our programs, stop by the library or check out our GPL Teens webpage, Facebook or Twitter.
Thank you to everyone who has signed up for the blood drive this Friday. There are only a couple of spots left. Please see Mrs. Clark in room 2280 if you would still like to sign up. If you have already signed up, make sure to check your email for important information.
The Ultimate Frisbee Club meets after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-5:00 p.m. on the administration field. If you’re interested in learning how to play the sport of Ultimate Frisbee, you can pick up your required paperwork from Lucas Kauffman, Mr. Brubaker, Mr. Snyder in the choir office or from Mrs. Stealy in the main office. The paperwork should be turned in the first time you attend.
The guidance office has received the 2016 Elkhart County 4-H Fair Official Fair Queen Application. Please stop in for more information.
Little Caesars is looking for students 16-18 years of age who want part-time employment during the school year and this summer. They offer very flexible hours with a maximum of 25 hours per week. Little Caesars will work around your schedule. Applicants start at $7.25/hour with opportunities for raises and advancement. Apply on-line at www.pleaseapplyonline.com/krpizzas. Students can also stop by and speak with a manager any time.
Shepard Swim School is looking for students who are not involved in after school activities, or students who are staying local for college, to be swim instructors at their Elkhart facility. They will train and certify you so no swim experience is necessary. You can stop by the swim school to apply or download their printable application at http://www.shepardswimschool.com/pages/our-staff at submit it at the swim school.
MEETINGS DURING SRT:
The girls JV softball team dropped their first conference game of the season to the Northridge Raiders, losing 7-4. Nicole Abbs pitched another complete game for the RedHawks and had two walks and gave up four earned runs. The RedHawks offense was led by Adriana Berger who had one hit, stole two bases and had two runs. Maddie Cross continued her great season, recording two more RBI’s.
A 4th inning rally sparked a win for the girls varsity softball team. The RedHawks exploded for 11 hits and 12 runs in five innings to beat Northridge 12-2. Elkah Devoe had two hits with four RBI’s while Gracie Hayes also added two hits and three RBI’s. Ashton Darnell and Jordan Nemeth both had two hits and two RBI’s.
The boys JV baseball team lost their first NLC game of the season to Northridge by a score of 10-4.
The boys varsity baseball team lost to Northridge 7-2. Chava Garcia had two doubles for the RedHawks.
IN SPORTS ACTION TODAY:
The girls JV and varsity tennis teams will host Northridge at 5:00 p.m.
The boys baseball C team will play at Concord at 5:00 p.m.
The girls JV and varsity track and field teams will compete at Warsaw at 5:30 p.m.