Homecoming week continues through Saturday night. Upcoming Homecoming activities include the annual bonfire and pep rally by the tennis court from 9 to 11 p.m. Friday; class royalty presentations during halftime at the Saturday football game; and the Homecoming dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday. Dance admission is $5 per person. Attire is dressy. All guests must be signed up in advance.
The following students have been named to this year's yearbook staff: Natashia Seguin and Jessie Schneider, editors; Jack Van Vleet, deadlines; Deana Glick, 11th grade; Erick Morris, 10th grade; Ashley Kline, ninth grade; Anthony Pollreisz, photo; Kevin Laurion, sports and academics; Becca Geleide, academics; Denise Shangin, senior ads; and Dan Van Vleet, technical adviser.
Color senior yearbook photos are due Oct. 1.
Financial Aid Night is at 7 p.m. Nov. 15 in the library. Guest speakers will include Carrie Burford, financial aid director at Kenai Peninsula College, and a representative from the Alaska Commission on Post-secondary Education.
Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Syverson will hold a Scholarship Packet-College Search Workshop at 7 p.m. Sept. 27 in the library. It is open to students and their parents. The workshop will focus on how to put together a scholarship packet and explore resources to help with the college search process.
The PSAT/NMSQT will be given Oct. 13 in the auditorium. It is a multiple-choice test that measures verbal and mathematical abilities. The National Merit Scholarship Corporation uses PSAT results as an initial screening device for juniors. Students may pay their $12 fee in the counseling office to reserve a seat for the test.
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