Rams Announcements !!! WEEKLY BULLETIN We could learn a lot from crayons: some are sharp, some are pretty, some are
dull, while others are bright, some have weird names, but we have to learn how to live in the same box. W.O.W Optimistic: To anticipate the best
possible outcome. Winning Prom Theme The theme for Prom 2012 is Tonight, Tonight. Colors for this theme are black, ocean blue, and grey.
PROM 2012 Event Date: April 27th, 2012 $25.00 per person DEADLINE to pay: April 20th Pictures begin @ 4:00-11:00 HEY SENIORS!!!
The billboard in front of 200 hall will be dedicated to the Class of 2012. In order to support our class, please bring any senior picture/portrait you have to Amber Huggins or Laura Bird by this week!!!! We would greatly appreciate it. Remember, its our last year, make it
memorable Congratulations Sophomores Stephen Locklear and Mia Baxley were accepted to the North Carolina School of Math and Science. Good job you guys
Congratulations Junior Kendrick Sampson was chosen by the Lumbee Electric Membership Corporation to represent our community at the 2012 National Youth Tor Conference in Washington, D.C. Applicants were selected by an essay and
community involvement scoring process. Good job Kendrick Congratulations!! Mrs. Aringe has been accepted to the ALICE program at Duke this summer. This is a computer programming course for the creation
of the virtual world. Good job Mrs. Aringe. Best of wishes and good luck! CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to Chloe Woriax who won Sophomore Student of Excellence and to Emmaline
Mansfield who won Freshman Student of Excellence. Thank you for your hard work!!! Congratulations Congrats to Joshua Strickland and Cheyenne Jacobs on receiving the Golden Key Art
Award. They also received $1,000 for Barton College. Joshua S.
Cheyenn e J. Congratulations!!! Senior, Candace Brooke Locklear and Junior, Alexander Lee McGirt was named Student of
Excellence for the 2012 School Year. Good Job You Guys!!
All County Band Participants
Jarod Kirby Devonte McNeil Rebecca Jacobs Samuel Deese Kayla Hunt Quentin Oxendine Matthew Basinger Lyric Troy
UNCP Honor Band Participants Devonte McNeil Thristan Clark Matthew Basinger Good Job You Guys!!!
Scholarship Information Seniors: If you plan to attend UNC-P see Ms. Kathy in Guidance for 2 scholarships. The Quickie Scholarship-Deadline
May 1, 2012 Dr. Gerald Maynor ScholarshipDeadline April 30, 2012. BigSun Scholarship All student athletes are eligible for this award Must be a senior attending a post secondary institute and currently
involved in a sport at that institution or community www.bigsunathletics.com for more info Deadline: June 22, 2012 Amount of Award: $500 Free-Laptop!!!! UNCP Friends of the Library is offering
several technology scholarships, awarding two laptop computers to incoming freshmen from Robeson County. DEADLINE: May 1, 2012 www.uncp.edu/library/friends/fresh_sch ool_guide.pdf
Selective Service If you are a man ages 18-25 and living in the US, then you must register with Selective Service. According to law a man must register with Selective Service within 30 days of his 18th birthday. Register at any Post Office or online
at http://ww.ss.gov SeNiOrS Seniors who have applied to Robeson Community College and took the compass test please sign up in guidance for a $1,000
scholarship. SENIORS! Any seniors that attended at least 1 year at Long Branch Elementary School please see Ms. Kathy in Guidance for a $1000 scholarship.
UNC Chapel Hill If you are interested in attending UNC Chapel Hill and you are a Junior. Please come by to see Ms. Karen. We can only take the first 15 students who register for Project
Uplift. SAT & ACT Announcement Seniors and Juniors: If you eat free or reduced lunch you may be eligible for a fee waiver for the SAT Test and College Applications. See your Guidance Counselor for information.
Ceremony will be held Thursday, May 17, 2012, at 7:00 pm @ Givens Performing Arts Center on the campus of UNCP. STUDENT ANNOUNCEMEN
TS!! You will always miss 100% of the shots you don't take. Beta Club & National Honor
There will be a Beta and National Society: Honor Society Meeting on Thursday, April 26, 2012 in the Media Center. This meeting is for New Members and Current Members. The meeting will start promptly at 3:05pm.
Beta Club & National Honor Society: The Beta Club and National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, May 8th at 6:00 in the Gym. Seniors will be presented their
graduation stoles during the ceremony. AP Calculus Review: AP Calculus Review will be on Thursday during Learning Centers and this Saturday during Saturday
Academy from 8:3010:30am. ROTC CADETS: All former ROTC cadets who have not returned your uniforms and are no longer in ROTC will be charged for the cost of uniforms. To prevent being charged return
your uniform no later than Wednesday, May 16, 2012. All cadets, especially Seniors, your names and the cost of uniform will go to Mrs. Peggy Locklear on May 18 and charged for outstanding school fees. ROTC
All ROTC students participation in Field Day activities on Saturday and would like to ride the bus must meet at the ROTC classroom at 7:00 am so we can make it to the 8:00 am meeting at St. Pauls High School. Attention DECA Members
Meeting every Tuesday in room 207 immediately after school. ATTENTION STUDENTS Students may register online for
the SAT/ACT Test or pick up an application in Guidance. Register before it is too late! STUDENTS Dress for Success every Thursday!!!! Please participate
Dress for Success MALES: Shirt/ tie Khaki/ Slacks Dress shoes FEMALES: Church dress Dressy pant suits Dress shoes
Dressing for Success Teachers are encouraged to offer classroom incentives to students who Dress for Success. Each week a student will be randomly selected by administration to receive a $10 gift card to
www.MyLocker.net for the purchase of Purnell Swett gear. Breakfast buddies Program will commence on April 27, 2012. -Thanks, Ms. Marie
RAMS ATHLETICS SPORTS DO NOT BUILD CHARACTER THEY REVEAL IT. TENNIS:
Please release the Tennis team today, April 24th at 9:00am for the Conference Tournament in Pinehurst. Attention: Ms. Sasha Davis, the Athletic Trainer, will be starting a class for students interested
in Sports Medicine. Sports Medicine Camp will be held July 16-20 at Southeastern Regional Medical Center. Please see Ms. Sue Patterson in Room 601 for information or if you have any questions.
Athletic Physicals Athletic Physicals will be held on Wednesday, May 23rd at 5:30pm. They will be in the Gym- Cost is $10.00 These physicals will be for the school year 2012-2013! If you are interested in participating in any Sports next year, please make sure that you
get this information to your parents. FOOTBALL After school weight-lifting for football will be held on Monday and Wednesday only!
SEE IT @ IHIGH: GO TO IHIGH FOR ALL RAMS SPORTS, PHOTOS, STORIES, EVENTS, AND ALL RAMS SCHEDULES, AND S.E.C SCHEDULES AS WELL. (WWW. SWETTRAMS.IHIGH.COM) SENIO
CLASS OF RS 12 The class of 2012 is divine. Shout it loud and make it shine!!
ATTENTION SENIORS GOING ON SENIOR TRIP: Bag inspection is Wednesday, May 2 in the Gym form 5-6:30pm. Please bring your parents with you. See Ms. Demetrice for more information.
Attention Seniors: Please see Ms. Demetrice in Guidance for the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororited Incorporated Scholarship by this Friday, April 27th. SENIORS:
An important Senior Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 17th at 9:00 in the Cafeteria. For more information see Ms. Venega in Guidance. AP Government AP US Government Exam
Review will take place this Tuesday during Learning Center instead of Thursday. AP Calculus Review will be on Thursday during Learning Centers and this Saturday
during Saturday Academy from 8:30 10:30am. SENIORS: Scholarship sheet #5 is available in Guidance and on the Purnell Swett website. See Ms. Kathy
National Honor Technical Society : Any Junior or Senior interested in joining National Technical Honor Society need to see Ms. Caulder in room 209.
Student must be enrolled in a CTE course or previous taken a CTE course. Student must have at least a 3.00 grade point average. ATTENTION SENIORS If you are still interested in
going on the senior trip, please see Ms. Venega in guidance, ASAP. The total cost= $360.00 Thank you Attention Seniors, if you have been awarded any scholarships please
bring in your letter to Guidance. Working Seniors: Any Seniors working after school, please contact Ms. Harris in Room 210. You might be entitled to a unit of CREDIT toward High School
Graduation. Attention Seniors, please bring your college, military acceptance paper to Ms. Venega when you receive them. Time flies by and The FewThe
before you know Proud Theres no more time THE SENIORS! for you to grow Thirteen years, it seems so long Then it flies by and
seems so wrong Off on your own in the world to struggle No more teddies for which to snuggle Where to next? No The FewThe Proud
one knows Weve made it THE SENIORS! through our high school years Weve laughed and smiled and shed some tears
Now were grown, but not quite through 11 th
Grade Attention Students! You are encouraged to check your grades on www.careercrusing.com / www.f4k.org DAILY. USERNAME: NC-Wise #
PASSWORD: Date of Birth 00/00/0000 unless you have changed it CHECK DAILY FOR UPDATES!!! 10th and 11th Grade Students If you are interested in taking the Teacher Cadet class next year, you must sign up in guidance this
semester. Must have: 3.0 GPA, two letters of recommendation and be selected from the interview committee Teacher Cadet If you are interested in the
education field (to include teachers, counselors, administrators, social workers or coaches) this class will help to develop a better understanding of the role they play. Teacher Cadet
The best part is that you will earn 2 COLLEGE CREDITS once you complete this program. Sign up with Ms. Karen in guidance today!!! 10
th Grade 10th Graders Any Sophomores interested in the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
please come by and see Ms. Leslie Epps Jacobs. TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS The best teachers teach from the heart, not from the book. ~Author Unknown
TEACHERS Teachers possess the power to mold the future. The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher
inspires. ~William Arthur Ward What the teacher is, is more important than what he teaches. ~Karl Menninger Teachers: When you log on to NC Wise a small gray box will pop up and say that you have 7 days to change your
password-click on NO then go to the Main Screen and change your password there!! CTE TEACHERS: Please complete VEIS Forms and return to JoAnn Harris box.
Teachers: Please turn your conduct referrals into the main office only. Please do not put them in School Mail boxes or administrators hands or their boxes. Thanks,
Discipline Office & Mr. Clyde Leviner Teachers!! Please do not hold doctors notes, court notes, etc. Turn them in immediately to Guidance.
Attention Teachers & Staff Computer Services is ready to delete any Email accounts that are not controlled by the school system. Please, try to login to your email and IF you find out you do not have any email in your new account please call Peggy
Hester or the Computer Services Help Desk. Teachers!! Please check your email for duty rosters. They did change so please check!
Join the Sunshine Club Information was placed in your box this week and the cost is only $10. Membership allows you to be a part of
celebrating marriages, births, and retirement and honoring death and sickness of faculty and staff members. Please For Those In Need! Teachers if you have students that are in need of SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
please send them to Guidance. Organizations have given donations and they are ready for distribution. You may pick up your athletic pass from Mrs. Cindy Oxendine in the main office.
Lost Wallet There was a brown wallet with a green camo star on it. There are some very important items in it. It was misplaced on Tuesday morning-if you have found it please
return it to the main office. Lost Ring A small gold ring was lost Wednesday morning. Please return it to the office if found.
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