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Summit Announcements Week of Sept. 18, 2017
Posted 09/19/2017 04:14PM

Summit High School Announcements


Good morning teachers and students. IT’S ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL DAY AT SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL BECAUSE………YOU ARE HERE! (All students join in)



On Saturday, 29 Summit Choir students auditioned in the first of 4 rounds of the Texas Music Educators Association All-State choir.  The following students earned scores high enough to advance to Round 2 on October for here at Summit.


Mackenzie Rieter – Soprano 1, Chair 1

Angel Reeve – Soprano 2, Chair 2

Legacy Miller – Soprano 2, Chair 8

Carsten Pool – Soprano 2, chair 10

Anada Devorshak – Alto 1, chair 18

Veronica Lindsay – Alto 2, chair 7

Freddie Tigner – Tenor 1, chair 19

Kaleb Jarmon – Tenor 1 chair 21

Justin Jolly – Tenor 2, chair 21

Jarrail Stevens – Tenor 2, Chair 23

Carl Crisafulli – Tenor 2, Chair 35

Preston Plar – Tenor 2, chair 36

Nick Leissler – Bass 1, chair 16

Jacob Hanes – Bass 1, Chair 7

Chandler Webb – Bass 2, Chair 7

Christina Obeguedo – Bass 2, Chair 31


We are very proud of everyone who auditioned and please congratulate these fine musicians whenever you see them!!



Attention Students:


PTSA Cookie Sales will begin Sept 21 and 22!  Sales are conducted on Thursday and Friday mornings beginning at 10:30 and will continue into lunch periods.  It only costs $1 so stop by the PTSA table for a delicious treat!



Don't forget about the September Reading Challenge.  It's not too late to participate.  Visit Ms. Tahaney in the library for more details.  For all those who are participating, you have until Friday, Sept. 29th to turn in your BINGO board. 


The Go Center, located in the library, is now open for the 2017-18 school year.  The Go Center staff will be available to help students navigate through their college applications.  Their hours are 7am - 11am, Monday - Thursday.



 And for today’s random facts:


On this day in 1957 Nevada is the first ever site of an underground nuclear explosion.  This was first in a series of nuclear weapons safety tests.  This was the first detonation that produced no nuclear fallout.


And did you know that there are still laws in Pueblo, Colorado, stating that it is illegal to grow dandelions.


“And remember students……keep your eye on your iPad and please help in cleaning up our cafeteria during lunch!” THAT’S ALL FOR TODAY. YOU KNOW WHY WE DO ALL THESE THINGS? IT’S BECAUSE……….WEEEEEE LOVE YA!

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