STAFF AND STUDENTS: Child Care Club is coordinating the Salvation Army Angel Tree Gift program. Please stop by the main office or the preschool room if you would like to take a tag and purchase a gift for a child. We are accepting unwrapped gifts now through Friday, December 9th. Gifts can be turned in with the tag attached to the main office or preschool. Thank you for your warmth and generosity this holiday season.

STUDENTS:  The National Art Honor Society is holding a jeans drive for the Des Plaines Self Help Pantry.  The drive will run till December 16.  Please place jeans in the bin across from the main office.  Thank you for your help.

STUDENTS:  Candy Cane Grams are back. You can send a holiday greeting, be a secret Santa or say thank you and your message will be delivered with a candy cane to that special someone. Just one dollar in the bookstore.

STUDENTS:  The LRC Performance Series will be presenting Jo and Leslie in the LRC Wednesday, December 7. Jo and Leslie are a dynamic acoustic duo that present the songs of today and yesterday with sweet harmonies and terrific guitar skills. See you in the LRC Wednesday.

STUDENTS:  Don’t forget to come to the pop shop Tuesdays and Thursdays during periods 4a-7b to get fresh popcorn (with Seasoning) and giant freeze pops (all flavors available) for just one dollar.

STUDENT COUNCIL:  Student Council will be meeting tomorrow morning at 7:10 am in A201. We have to retake our picture so please remember to wear your white stuco shirt. We will also be discussing Holly Days and the Winter Assembly.

GIRLS:  There will be a brief informational meeting for any girl interested in joining the girls track and field team Wednesday, December 7th immediately after school at 3:20 in the Spectator Gym classroom, G-102. If you are unable to attend please contact Mr. Regalado in D100 or by email.

GIRLS:  If you are interested in playing soccer in the spring, please come to our pre-season mandatory meeting in H106 today at 3:30 pm.

JUNIORS: Thank you for all you have already donated to your class toy drive. You are making sick children smile, what a gift. Mr. Rosenberg's 9th period class has a razor thin margin over Mr. Harper's 4th period class. What class will collect the prize? We are proud of the Class of 2018.