The Boys and Girls Club is pleased to announce that we have to scholars whose work was recognized in our annual fine arts exhibition! In the “watercolor” category. Demetryus Freeman earned first place among the high schoolers ages (16-18) and Arrieonna Beal earned second place among the high schoolers ages (13-15). Please congratulate these scholars when you see them!

Attention Scholars: French Club will meet for five minutes right after school today in Mr. Reyero’s Room. To repeat: French Club right after school in Mr. Reyero’s room.

The next session for Money Coach is TO-MOR-ROW from 3 to 4 p.m. All participants must be present. That means that Kevinitia Taylor, Addia Hackney, Jashia Roundtree, Devontae Wilson, Devontae Whitehead and Dantasia Green should plan on attending. 

Today’s programs at the Boys and Girls Club are as follows: Career Launch with Ms. Asia and Signature Dance with Ms. Desiree. Hope to see you there! 

Attention Class of 2016: There are several new scholarship opportunities available for you. PLEASE stop by and see Mrs. Mewes for more information and to see if you are eligible. Students who rank in the top 50% of the class are ELIGIBLE and SHOULD apply!

This just in … Lead to Succeed takes place TO-MOR-ROW. All students who signed up to participate in Lead to Succeed should be present. Please meet Justin in the Union after school for some exciting, new and fresh programming.

Seniors, if you have not completed your FAFSA, please schedule a time with Mrs. Mewes so that you can submit before the March 1st deadline!  It is very important that you get the money you need for school, and the first step is completing your FAFSA!

Breaking News: February 28th marks the end of a fantastic Black History Month. We will commemorate this day by celebrating with another MCA Party on Saturday, February 27th from 7 to 10pm! Remember, we are asking students to DRESS UP! It’s not required, but there will be a BEST DRESSED CONTEST – the winner wins a $25 cash prize!

Mr. Myles is looking for your input … he needs a list of MUSIC THAT STUDENTS WILL DANCE TO — NOT music that you like chillin’ and listening to at your leisure. For example …Chief KEEF doesn’t make dance music … just because you like the song DOES NOT mean people will dance to it. Get your ideas to Mr. Myles ASAP!

Today in Black History: actor LeVar Burton was born on this date in 1957. Burton graduated from the University of Southern California and is best known for his roles as the young Kunta Kinte in the 1977 award-winning television miniseries Roots, Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge in Star Trek: The Next Generation, and as the host and executive producer of the long-running PBS children’s series Reading Rainbow.