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September 21, 2022

Attention Seniors:  There is a new QR code to sign up for the ASVAB. Please ask your teachers for a copy of the code or come by the Career Center in the media center to access it.

Seniors: Undecided about your future? See Ms. Yelverton-Taylor in the Career Center (in the Media Center) to learn about an opportunity to explore  career paths at the JoCo Works event. Field trip permission forms must be returned by Thursday, September 22, 2022.

If you are interested in joining the middle school FFA chapter, please see Mrs. Sorrell for a membership form. 

Here is a link for volunteer opportunities in the Princeton Area. Sign up if you can help. More dates coming soon!

The Princeton Hunter Safety Program Interest Meeting will be held this Thursday, September 22nd at 7:00pm in the cafeteria.  Any interested student should attend with a parent or guardian.  Please see Coach Peedin with any questions or concerns.

Any student wanting to join the Chess Club needs to see Mr Thomas before the end of this week to receive information for signing up. After this week, registration is closed out for the 2022 semester.

MS teachers, please send students who were listed in yesterday’s email as needing to complete MAP testing to student services immediately after announcements.

10th grade students who did not pick up a letter regarding the PreACT from Dr. Howard on Monday should stop by the office a pick up a copy of the letter from Ms. Whittemore. 

Banned Books Week Trivia:

What is the difference between a banned book and a challenged book?

A book challenge is an attempt to remove access to materials in a particular setting. A book banning is the actual removal of those materials.

Bonus: One aspect that Banned Books Week celebrates is the fact that many of these materials remain available and are not ultimately banned.