Community Meeting Announcements
Monday, November 4, 2019
Today’s After School Activities
Homework Club- pick up at 5 pm
Soccer Practice- pick up at 4:50 pm
Student vs. Faculty Soccer Game
Tomorrow during activity period, the annual student vs. faculty soccer game will take place. We might have a couple guest appearances from alumni to help out the faculty! Best of luck to both teams!
Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Club
What it is: a group aimed around acceptance and support of all people, and learning more about identity expressions.
Club name: SAGA
Stands for: Sexuality and Gender Acceptance
Meetings: every Monday at lunch in the library. Students with questions, please see Ms. Ortiz, Mr. Peselli, or Mr. Clarke.
We welcomed a visiting family from Philadelphia looking at the 5th grade for their son.
Food for Thought-All Students Welcome
Hiro Shie reported that there is a new lunch time activity called "Food for Thought”, every Monday in Mrs. Jones’s room. The group holds discussions on the human experience.
STOP, DROP, AND READ!
Today, during mentor period, Hill Top will STOP, DROP, AND READ! This event is sponsored by the English Department. Students who participate in this optional activity will relax and read a book of their choice in one of the three book-friendly locations across campus. Questions? Ask Mrs. Jones, Ms. Gargiulo or Mrs. Selinsky.
ArtWorks Session II- Registration is Open to 9th - 12th Graders
Ms. Gulczynski announced that session II of the ArtWorks- Clay Exploration: Gift Giving, afterschool art activity will begin on Thursday, 11/14. Pick-up time for the classes is @ 5pm. Session II registration deadline is 11/8. Registration forms are in the mansion lobby. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Gulczynski at email@example.com.
Middle School Art Club-Mondays 3:20-5 pm
Registration is open for Clay Gifts & Treasures! The Middle School Art Club Session II begins on 11/11. Open to grades 5th- 8th. Session II registration deadline is 11/8. All materials and supplies are included in the cost of the workshop as well as a healthy snack. Registration forms are in the mansion lobby. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Gulczynski at firstname.lastname@example.org
Save the date for the premiere winter event at Hill Top! Come out and support our performers and the creativity of our community!
Friday, December 13th at 6:30 pm
Mainline School of Rock
511 Old Lancaster Road #4
Berwyn, PA 19312
Box Tops for Education Campaign
The MSSC has renewed sponsorship of the Box Tops for Education campaign. These are the pink and white coupons found on cereal boxes, other General Mills products, paper products, household cleaning products, and many other products, including food storage products such as Ziplock Bags. The school gets ten cents for each one we submit. It may not sound like much, but it will add up if we take the time to cut them out and bring them in. A collection box will be on Mrs. Barnes’s desk.
We have collected $41.00 from everyone's Box Top coupons. Our goal is to double that by the next collection period in April.
Now there's an easier way to do it. Simply scan your store receipt within 14 days of purchase with the Box Tops mobile app to identify participating products and instantly add cash to our school's earnings online.
See how at BTFE.com. (Your phone should be set to automatically update the Box Tops app.)
All unexpired clipped Box Top coupons are still being accepted.
Hill Top Job Board
The new and improved Hill Top Job Board is located in the Upper Linden hallway and is divided into the 5 surrounding counties. The jobs posted are suitable for students and are part-time positions. Students who are seeking a job are encouraged to take a posting as well as let Mrs. Navarra know if they have a job to post. Mrs. Navarra also offered to assist any student in seeking employment.
College for a Day workshops - see Mrs. Gillepsie for details!
Social Justice: This session includes four interrelated principles (equity, access, participation, and rights) across the disciplines of Early Childhood Education, Criminal Justice, Political Science, Social Work, and Sociology. Participants will address each of the four interrelated principles and contribute to meaningful dialogue and discussion of actions steps that can lead to positive change.
Theatre & Creative Writing: From Script to Stage: Do you ever wonder how a play goes from a story on paper to a performance on stage? Join us for a creative writing workshop led by professors from the English and Drama departments at Delaware County Community College.
Career Exploration in Business, Computing Science, & Paralegal Studies: join the Business, Computing Science, and Paralegal Studies departments for an immersive experience and hear from panelists about current and future career opportunities in these fields. Participants will have a chance to network with Delaware County Community College students and faculty and participate in a variety of workshops.
At the 2019-2020 Hackathon event, students will be confronted with a real world problem that requires collaboration and innovation to develop creative solutions. In an effort to address global challenges and achieve a better future, the Hackathon problem is based on the United Nations global goals. Sponsored by the DCIU intermediate unit. See Mrs. Gillespie for details.
The 24 Challenge is a tournament-style competition organized around the 24 Game. The competition is for students in grades 4-8, sponsored by the DCIU intermediate unit.
Over a period of months preceding the event, teachers use the 24 game in their classrooms to help students hone their mathematics skills. Then, using the official rules made available through DCIU- Schools or districts hold local or district-wide playoffs to determine which students will advance to the Championship Event! See Mrs. Gillespie for details.
College visits for the week of 11/4
11/5 Johnson & Wales University (RI) https://www.jwu.edu/
Bingo Ice Cream Social- 11/16 at 6:30- Fun for the whole family!
Happy Birthday to Ms. Lesser, 11/4!