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March 21, 2024 Announcements

It’s a great day to be a Newberry Panther! 🐾
Here are the announcements for Thursday, March 21st:
Students, mark your calendars! Wednesday (March 27th) is the last day of the 3rd nine weeks of school. Make sure to finish your class and homework assignments and get them turned in so they can be graded.
Panthers, it’s time to request elective courses for next year. Emails were sent home before Spring Break with a link to the Google Form. Please make sure to complete and submit this form no later than FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2024. If you have any questions, speak with your guidance counselor.
After school CROP sessions will continue today in Ms. Burkett’s classroom from 3:00 pm until 5:30 pm. If you have any questions, please contact the NHS Guidance Office ASAP.
Volleyball open gym will be held for any Lady Panthers interested in playing next year every Monday and Thursday from 3:00 pm until 5:00 pm beginning today. Please be sure to bring water, exercise clothes, knee pads, and closed toe tennis shoes.
Students if you are looking for volunteer hours and like animals stop by the guidance office to inquire about the volunteer opportunity being offered by Newberry Animal Hospital.
Seniors, are you unsure what your next step is after graduation? There will be a job fair in Gainesville on Thursday (April 25th). See Mrs. Cheggeh in the NHS Guidance Office for more information.
We want all our Panthers to remember the Panther way to Success:
*Be Reliable - Maintain consistency with what you say and do
*Be Respectful - Show consideration of someone or something
*Be Responsible - Be dependable, keep promises, and honor commitments
Today’s Reminder:
Tardies: Tardies impact school success and student behavior, are a distraction to all students, and cause a disruption in teaching. Make sure you’re on time every day, to every class. Excessive tardies may result in lunch detention or ISD.
Students, please remember to check your school email accounts every day for important announcements and reminders. Remember, if you are having trouble or have questions about anything at all, turn to an adult. And please, if you see something, say something ( “Always remember, Shepp loves the kids!”