All students that applied to the cadaver anatomy dissection, please see Mr. Troll at your earliest convenience. He has the list of selected participants and those on the waiting list.
Central State 8 Conference winners who did not attend the recognition night can pick up their certificates in the Activities office.
All freshmen will be taking the ASPIRE test on Monday, November 27th beginning at 8:00 am. Please check the windows of the Main Office to see what classroom you will be testing in for that day. Students will also need to bring an ACT approved calculator and #2 pencils. Cell phones are not allowed in the testing room. For any questions, please see the Counseling Center.
All Bone Student Center restaurants will be closed on Tuesday, November 21 due to maintenance work.
The Thirty First Annual UHS Madrigal Dinners will be held on Saturday and Sunday, November 25th and 26th at First Presbyterian Church in Normal. Saturday’s Madrigal dinner is now sold out! Tickets are still available for Sunday’s performances. Orders are due by Tuesday, November 21st.
The Jostens rep will be at your school to deliver your class jewelry on Wednesday, November 29 from 7:30 – 9:00 a.m. in the lounge. The Balance Due must be paid in full in order to receive your ring; you may bring cash or check that day or pay online prior to delivery day. Students on the JPAY Payment Plan in good standing will receive their ring!
Any student may place an order for a class ring that day, or use this day as a service day to get your class ring repaired or resized. Please contact Jostens with any questions.
You can pick up your yearbooks from the main office.
The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University is offering the Fry Scholarship and Dean’s Council Scholarships for minority students. Both scholarship programs offer financial and a variety of on-campus support. For more information on these scholarship opportunities please see the Counseling Center.
Madrigal pictures will be taken on Wednesday, November 22 at 1pm at First Presbyterian Church. Extra order forms are available for printing.
Founded in 1975, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) empowers Latino families with the knowledge and resources to successfully complete higher education, while providing scholarships and support services to as many exceptional Hispanic American students as possible. As the nation’s largest not-for-profit organization supporting Hispanic American high education, HSF has awarded more than $550 million in scholarships and provides a range of impactful programs for students, HSF scholars, alumni, and parents. The application opens January 1, 2018 and closes March 31, 2018. Scholarship recipients will be selected in June 2018. For more information visit hsf.net.