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News Show and Daily Announcements: Thursday, November 14, 2019
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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Beta members should check their school email for the November video and for a survey link. The survey should be completed by the end of school on Friday, November 15. 

Seniors who ordered senior group photos may pick up their photos in the library. There are a few extras which will be sold on a first come basis for $15. See Mrs. Calcutt to purchase a senior group photo.

Jr. Miss and Miss JHS Pageant:  The Jr. Miss and Miss JHS pageant will be held on Thursday, November 21 at 7 pm at JMS. The deadline for application forms is 8:00 AM on Monday, November 18. Forms and money may be submitted to Mrs. Hanna or the front office. 

Book Club will meet today during lunch in the library. Book club members should have their first book read. 

Canned Food Drive: Student government will be sponsoring a canned food drive next week. All canned items go to support Caring and Sharing in Hemingway, so donations will remain local. Please bring donations by Friday, November 22. 

Guidance Announcements:

Student Maintenance Internship Opportunity: Students enrolled in the Continuum HVAC, Welding, or Industrial Maintenance programs may apply for the Moore Farms Botanical Garden Maintenance Internship position.  This opportunity exists exclusively for Continuum students taking HVAC, Welding, or Industrial Maintenance.

STEM Signing Day: Tallo is excited to announce the application for Boeing STEM Signing Day is now open for South Carolina High School seniors. There is a high demand for STEM talent across SC. Tallo is proud to partner with Boeing, BMW, and the SCMA to host STEM Signing day, which will recognize, celebrate, and honor high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a degree or career in STEM. Winners will be selected based on the strength completeness, and merit of their Tallo profile. Students can use this link to learn more and apply to STEM Signing Day. 

Governor's School for Arts and Humanities: Jacob Cavett from the Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities visited JHS last week to meet with students interested in creative writing, dance, drama, and visual arts. He shared with students during lunch about the opportunities available through The Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities in Greenville, SC.  There are summer programs available as well as a residential programs for rising juniors and seniors. Students who apply for the residential program before November 30 will have the application fee waived. The final deadline to apply for next year’s residential program is January 8. For additional information and to apply for summer programs or the tuition-free residential program check out the Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities website.

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