Daily Announcements

Wednesday – March 29, 2017

Seniors and Juniors: Indiana University/Purdue University Indianapolis will visit JCA tomorrow. Please sign up on Naviance or in the Counseling Department. (Mrs. Scordo)

The Writing Lab will be closed today for periods A/1 through E/5. Please plan accordingly. (Mrs. Kairis)

All new inductees of National Honor Society must attend a meeting tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the library. Attendance is mandatory.  (Ms. Drabik)

Are you looking for a way to de-stress and refocus?  Are you looking for a new approach to prayer or a new way to get closer to God during this season of Lent?  Come join Br. Jeff in the small chapel afterschool every Wednesday during Lent for Christian meditation.  It’s guaranteed to only take 20 minutes.  All are welcome. (Br. Jeff)

Tomorrow’s spring fling dress theme is College Day.  We are on a 1:40 Assembly schedule today for the Spring Sports assembly and Senior Dodgeball game – Go teachers!   (Mrs. Arnett)

The science club is sponsoring the Earth Day Poster contest.  It will be held on Monday April 10th  in Room 131 after school.  Our theme this year, in addition to recycling, is global warming.  The rules and categories are posted in the halls and in science rooms. (Mr. Vogen)

There will be a meeting of the photography/video club today after school in room 103. (Mrs. Douglas)

Today, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., the cross-country team will have a fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings. You can pick up your required coupon from Mr. Clarke in Room 213 or from any cross-country runner. Thanks for your support. (Mr. Clarke)

 Any students interested in auditioning for the Spring One Acts should plan on attending a quick meeting today after school from 2:45 – 3 p.m.  See Ms. Szynal if you cannot attend. (Ms. Szynal)

You are cordially invited to attend the JCA Choral and Handbell Spring concert next Tuesday April 4 at 7 p.m. in the Activity Center. Admission is free. Come out and enjoy this evening of music presented by our students and support the fine arts program. Your attendance will be appreciated by those students who have worked hard to prepare this concert. (Ms. Kelstrom)

Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Tennis team who began the season with a win over Crete Monee yesterday. Winning for the Hilltoppers in singles was Senior Henry Jones. Also victorious for the Hillmen were the doubles teams of Seniors Chris Mueller, and Alex Demos, and Senior Max Kottman, and Junior Josh Minnich.  (Mr. Allgood)


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