KMHS Daily Announcements 1-17-19

KMHS Daily Announcements 1-17-19


(CAM 1 – ANC 1&2). Good afternoon Marshfield today is the 17th
day of January and we hope your week is off to a great start. Welcome to this edition, of the Daily Announcement. I’m Aroura (and I’m Title) Happy Thursday
everyone we are on a regular schedule for today. (CAM 2 – ANC 2)
Thanks Aroura and good afternoon everyone. We hope your day is going well, we start today
with an announcement the MHS local scholarship application early bird deadline is tomorrow. It is now time to send it to the KMHS Sports
and Activity center with your host for the day Jamie
(CAM 1 SPORTS) Thanks Title! Wrestling is heading to La Pine today for
a meet that begins at 4:00 PM. Friday and Saturday they will be competing
in the Oregon Classic at the Deschutes Fairgrounds. Boys and Girls basketball have a weekend home
double header. Friday they both host Siuslaw with the girls
starting at 5:45 and boys following at 7:15. Saturday the North Bend Bulldogs make the
long trip across town to face the mighty Pirates. The Girls start at 6:00 while the boys finish
off the evening at 7:30. All games can be heard on KMHS 105.1 FM Pirate
Country. The theme for Friday’s basketball game is
“white out”. Saturday’s theme for the games will be “Pirate
Pride”! We want to see a big and enthusiastic student
section when we face the Bulldogs!!!!! 9th-11th grade football players and those interested
in playing football next year need to be enrolled 2nd semester in 7th period advanced weight
training with Mr. Lemmons. This is an expectation for football players
to be in this class. Please see Mrs. Sprague to make sure you get
this on your schedule….. That is all for today’s sports and activities
it is now time to send it back to the newsroom. (CAM 2 – ANC 2)
Thanks Jamie! The MHS Charity Program is hosting Country
Coachella on January 26th from 8:30-11:00 pm in the west gym. Cost is $10 at the door. All proceeds go to the Share Bear Snack and
Ark Program. (CAM 1 – ANC 1)
Journalism is accepting new applications for 2nd semester. Excellent candidates will be willing to work
in a self-directed class, and able to work on a team. Students in journalism work on art, photography,
selling advertisements, and writing. Time outside of normal school hours will be
something required to get articles written or to meet deadlines. But there are also big rewards, such as food,
friends, and seeing your name in print! Students that are interested need to pick
up an application from Mrs. Fields classroom number 146. The deadline ot apply is January 23rd. (CAM 2 – ANC 2)
SENIORS: Your senior photo is due to the yearbook staff by January 31. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS! Please turn in your photo to Ms. Howe by emailing
it to her in JPG format or seeing her in person with a jump drive or photo. Find her email address on the Marshfield Staff
website. (CAM 1 – ANC 1)
If you are an 8th or 9th grader here at Marshfield, the annual trek to the East Coast is a great
opportunity for you. The trip consists of visits to Boston, New
York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The trip takes place in June shortly after
the end of the school year, and includes visits to the historical sites as well as Times Square,
a major league baseball game in Boston, and a Broadway Play in New York City. If you are interested, there is still room
for you and your friends to sign up for a spot on the trip. They will be holding their second informational
meeting for parents and students on Thursday, the 31st of January at the Marshfield High
School Library. The meeting will take place at 7:00pm. If you have additional questions see Mr. Fendall
or Mr. Strenke (CAM 2 – ANC 2)
The Geology Lecture Series at SWOCC continues with…THE BIG ONES! “The Big Ones: Preparing for Increasing Risk
from Natural Disaster”. Join Dr. Lucy Jones at 7:00 p.m., Friday,
January 25th at the Hales Center for the Performing Arts. Dr. Jones comes to Coos Bay to deliver the
14th Annual Cascadia Anniversary Lecture. At USGS she created the Great ShakeOut Drill
– which now has over 50 million participants around the globe each year. Dr. Jones is a perfect fit for the annual
Cascadia talk as one of her main goals is to use science to create communities that
are more resilient to natural disasters. This talk in the Hales Center on the SWOCC
Campus is free and open to everyone in the community. (CAM 1 – ANC 1, 2, SPORTS)
Thank you so very much for watching this edition of the daily announcements. For Title and Jamie I am Aroura have a Tyrannosaurus
Thursday everyone..

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