ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THURSDAY MAY 2, 2019

Daily Announcements for Alton High School

Daily Announcements for Alton High School


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  • GOOD AFTERNOON ALTON HIGH
  • HERE ARE YOUR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THURSDAY MAY 2, 2019
  • TRIVIA QUESTION
  • Abraham Lincoln was born, raised, and practiced law in three different states. Which ones?WE’LL GIVE YOU THE ANSWER AT THE END OF THE ANNOUNCMENTS.
  • SENIORS!!!
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  • If you have any textbooks checked out you may start returning them to the library when you are finished with them. If you are still using them for class you may keep them, however, it is your responsibility to get them turned in to the library before you leave on May 9th. If they are not returned by then, your account will be charged for the book.
  • Senior Exemptions for Finals
  • Seniors may be exempt from taking finals second semester if the meet the following criteria:
  • A OR B IN THE CLASS
  • NO TARDY REFERRALS
  • FEWER THAN 6 ABSENCES…SO IF YOU HAVE 6 ABSENCES YOU ARE TAKING FINALS
  • NO MORE THAN 10 DISCIPLINE POINTS (11= FINALS)
  • THERE WILL BE NO APPEALS ACCEPTED
  • HARISPRAY MUSICAL!
  • The play can be seen on May 2, May 3, and May 4 at 7:00 p.m. Then on May 5 at 2:00 p.m. in the AHS Auditorium.
  • Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
  • To purchase your reserved seats go to brownpapertickets.com or contact [email protected]
  • ATHLETICS
  • FRIDAY MAY 3RD
  • COED TRAP @ 5:00 & 6:00 VS CM AND MARQUETTE
  • TEST PREP WORD OF THE DAY
  • travesty
  • noun:an absurd presentation of something; a mockery
  • What I expected to be an intelligent, nuanced historical documentary turned out to be a poorly-produced travestyof the form.
  • NOW THE ANSWER TO OUR TRIVIA
  • Abraham Lincoln was born, raised, and practiced law in three different states. Which ones?
  • Kentucky from birth to 7 / raised in Indiana from age 7 to 21 / lived as an adult and practiced law in Illinois, from 1847 to 1859, and become a senate nominee in 1858
  • THANKS FOR WATCHING AND CHECK US OUT AT
  • thedailybird.org
  • And @ahsdailybird on twitter
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