Daily Announcements : DAB
September 21st is the late registration deadline for the October 6 SAT
September 21st is the regular registration deadline for the October 27 ACT.
DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS BULLETIN
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
TODAY'S EVENTS: 2-A Tower Time Schedule
Custodial Appreciation Week
A rep from University of Alabama at BHS, 8:00am
A rep from Boston University at BHS, 9:30am
A rep from College of Education at NCSU, Noon
A rep from Univ.of Maryland, B.C. at BHS, 1:30pm
Young Democrats Club Meeting, 2:30pm, Room 2204
JV Soccer vs Wakefield, 4:30pm
Varsity Soccer vs Wakefield, 6:30pm
Cross Country at Enloe-Wake Med Soccer Park, 5:00pm
It was a tough school. The kids on the debating team took steroids! [Milton Berle]
A representative from the Honors Program at North Carolina State University will be at Broughton this Friday to speak with juniors & seniors who might be candidates for the program. If interested in meeting with the rep, sign up in the Guidance Resource Center.
September 21st is the late registration deadline for the October 6 SAT
September 21st is the regular registration deadline for the October 27 ACT.
SENIORS interested in being in the Homecoming skit should come to a meeting immediately after school on Thursday in Ms. Lineberger's room (3211).
Tomorrow is the last day to order pansies for the Sophomore Class fundraiser. The order forms are on the Broughton website under forms. Pansies will be delivered on October 23.
Are you taking the SAT this fall? Raleigh Tutoring will hold an SAT Boot Camp on Saturday, September 29th from 9:00 to 4:00 on the Broughton campus. The class is a comprehensive workshop that will arm students with SAT test-taking skills and strategies for every question they'll encounter on test day. The instructors are proven excellent certified teachers and SAT experts. The cost is $150 and includes an SAT book and additional materials. Students can register at www.raleightutoring.com. For more information, call 919.781.8963 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bennington College, a liberal arts college in Vermont, has announced its 14th annual Young Writer Award competition. Students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades may enter in one of the following categories: poetry [a group of three poems], fiction [a short story or one-act play], or nonfiction [a personal or academic essay]. All entries must be original work and sponsored by a high school teachers.1st place: $500. 2nd place: $250. First- and second-place prizes will be awarded for each genre. Winning entries will be published on the Bennington College website. Submit online at www.bennington.edu or by mail. Mailed entries must be accompanied by a submission form available online. Learn more: www.bennington.edu. November 1 deadline.
SAT/ACT Prep Question of the Day
Part or all of the following sentence is underlined; beneath the sentence are five ways of phrasing the underlined material. Select the option that produces the best sentence. If you think the original phrasing produces a better sentence than any of the alternatives, select choice A.
Modern discus throwers use much the same technique of ancient Greece.
(A) of ancient Greece
(B) of ancient Greeks
(C) as ancient Greeks did
(D) as they did in ancient Greece
(E) like ancient Greeks
Hint: To make sense, the sentence must compare "Modern discus throwers" to another group of discus throwers.
Answer: Choice (C) is correct. It avoids the error of the original by comparing what "Modern discus throwers" do to what "ancient Greeks did" (not to "ancient Greece," a comparison that would not make logical sense).
College/Military Reps Visiting Broughton
Johns Hopkins University Thursday, September 20 B-Day 8:00AM
University of Georgia Thursday, September 20 B-Day 9:30AM
Univ. of Southern California Thursday, September 20 B-Day Noon
Emory University [GA] Thursday, September 20 B-Day 1:30PM
NCSU Honors Program Friday, September 21 A-Day 9:30AM
College & University Open Houses/Information Sessions
[Not held on the Broughton campus]
Roanoke College [VA] September 22 Register at Roanoke.edu/visit
Greensboro College September 24 In Raleigh. Admissions.uncg.edu/firstlook
Duke's Pratt School of Engineering September 15 Register at admissions.duke.edu
Wellesley College September 27 N.C. School of Science & Math, 6:30pm
Register at http://tinyurl.com/southcollegetour Presbyterian College [SC] September 28 Register at presby.edu/openhouse
Tuskegee University September 29 Register at Tuskegee.edu/admissions
University of Virginia September 30 Cardinal Gibbons High School, 6:00pm,
RSVP at email@example.com
Campbell PGA Visitation Day October 8 Register at www.campbell.edu/pgagm
NC State University October 13 Register at wolfpaw.ncsu.edu
NC A&T State University October 13 Register at aggieadmissions.ncat.edu/
Salem College October 21 RSVP at www.salem.edu/admissions/visit
Carnegie Mellon University October 23 Hilton Raleigh-Durham Airport RTP
Register at my.cmu.edu/site/admission
Elizabeth City State University October 27 Register at www.ecsu.edu/admissions
Lafayette College [PA] November 10 Register at Lafayette.edu/visit
UNC-Pembroke November 17 Register at uncp.edu/admissions
Seniors: Yearbook (for all students)**Early Special until 9/30**
Buy one now at www.jostensyearbooks.com for $70
• Senior Portraits
You are to take your picture by October 30 at Prestige
If you cannot go to Prestige, we have an on-campus senior portrait photographer coming on October 18. The cost is $15.00.
See Ms. Saunders, room 2311, for an appointment time.
You can also email her for an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Senior Recognition Ads
Pick one up from room 2311, from the front desk, or from the website.
Please meet the deadline, November 30 to ensure that the ad is without error and placed in the yearbook
Late ads will be charged an extra $10.00 and will only be in the yearbook as space is available.
If you or your parents have any questions, they can email Ms. Saunders, but the preferred email for all yearbook concerns is LATIPACatBHS@gmail.com.
• Senior Quotes
Please submit these by November 30.
You have three options for submitting your quote
• Option 1: Place it in the folder outside room 2311
• Option 2: Submit it online off the LATIPAC web site (find it on the BHS web site under Students)
• Option 3: Tweet it. @LATIPACatBHS
The WELL has scheduled a morning workshop on Saturday, September 22, from 10am-noon entitled "College 101: Figuring out your next steps after high school." Students & parents are invited to attend and learn the lingo. What's a FAFSA? What's the difference between a BA and a BS? Should I attend a CC, a SLAC, a HBCU or an R1? Presenter Dr. Katherine Turner has been a professor, advisor & administrator at colleges from Texas to South Carolina and has a special interest in first generation and minority student access to higher education. For more information and to RSVP, call 919-856-9233, ext. 1 or email email@example.com.
U.S. Senator Kay Hagan invites all 7th-12th grade students to the Military Service Academy Day that has been schedule for Saturday, September 22, 2012, from 9:30am - 1:00pm at the Forsyth Technical Community College, West Campus Auditorium, 1300 Bolton Street, Winston-Salem, NC. Registration will be held onsite from 8:30-9:30am. Representatives from the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. military Academy, and U.S. Naval Academy will be present to discuss the academies and the academy nomination process. For more information contact Chris Sgro or Jennifer Johnson at (3360 333-5311 or Chris_sgro@hagan.senate.gov or Jennifer_johnson@hagan.senate.gov.
The PGA Golf Management Program at Campbell University is having a PGA Golf Visitation Day Monday, October 8, 2012. If you are a high school junior or senior and are interested in a career in the golf industry, register online at www.campbell.edu/pgagm.
Sophomores: The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics [NCSSM] is a public, residential high school for academically talented juniors and seniors designed to educate tomorrow's scientific and technological leaders. Selected students live on the Durham campus during their junior and seniors years of high school and graduate from NCSSM. Students accepted in the online program take NCSSM courses at their home high school. Applications for the Class of 2015 will be accepted from 10th grade students beginning October 15th through January 15th. Students may access electronic applications by visiting www.ncssm.edu/admissions. Interested students are required to take the SAT in October, November, December or January of their sophomore year. Students must use the special program code: 2241 in Block 11A assigned to NCSSM Admissions, and use Broughton's high school code, 343225, in Block 5 when completing the SAT registration form. For more information, see Mr. Rudder in the Guidance Resource Center.
Sophomores & Juniors: The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test [PSAT/NMSQT] will be given at Broughton during the school day on Wednesday, October 17. The test measures critical reading skills, math problem-solving skills and writing skills. It is not only a good "practice SAT," it is also the qualifying test for juniors as they compete in the National Merit and National Achievement Scholarship Programs. Students who take the test receive access to My College QuickStart, a free personalized college and career planning kit. The year, sophomores will be scheduled to take the test free of charge. The fee for juniors will be $14 and checks should be made payable to "Broughton High School." The registration period is Wednesday, October 3 - Friday, October 12. To register, see Mr. Rudder in the Guidance Resource Center [Room 1209].
Senior Scholars Considering Davidson: Broughton has been asked to nominate one senior for it prestigious John Montgomery Belk Scholarship valued at $49,000. Students interested in being nominated may pick up applications in the Guidance Resource Center. Completed requests must be returned by Friday, October 26th.
The 2013 Health Professions Recruitment Exposure Program [HPREP], a program designed for students from groups that are underrepresented in the health professions, including African-American, Latino and Native American students, and economically disadvantaged students, is being offered again at the UNC School of Medicine. HPREP is a free, medical interdisciplinary and general health science exposure program offered on seven Saturdays from January 26th through March 9th for local high school students. The program encompasses lectures, labs, and tests on medical issues impacting the minority community. Application materials can be found online at http://www.med.unc.edu/snma/hprep. Completed applications will be accepted through Tuesday, November 20, 2012.
Junior Year Athletes: Colleges are affiliated with athletic associations that have their own rules, regulations, and eligibility requirements. NCAA-Division I and II colleges can offer athletic scholarships; Division III colleges cannot. Athletes who want to go to a Division I or Division II college must have a minimum GPA in a specified number of core courses. They must also have the required SAT or ACT score. Athletes should take the ACT or the SAT in the spring of their junior year and should register with www.eligibilitycenter.org.
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
NBHS Class of 1982 needs 4 rising seniors to volunteer for their 30th reunion. Four volunteers are needed on Friday, 10/26, from 3:30-5:30pm.to spruce up the event location grounds. Four volunteers (2 guys and 2 girls) are also needed on Sat.,10/27, from 6:30pm-9:30 for the actual event. Guys will be directing attendees to entrances, and girls will be hosting the meet and greet information table. Volunteers are welcome to dine for free after completing their volunteer service. Volunteer location for both dates is Flanders Art Gallery (302 South West Street) . To sign up to volunteer contact Lori Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hayes Barton Baptist Church (1800 Glenwood Avenue) needs volunteers for their Children's Consignment Sale. Volunteers are needed for the following dates/times: Tue. 9/18 from 4-7pm to organize donations; Wed., 9/19pm from 3-6pm to organize donations; Thurs., 9/20 from 5:15-8:45pm to assist with sales; Fri., 9/21 from 2-5:45pm to assist with sales; and Sat., 9/22 from 7:45am-5pm to assist with sales and clean up. Volunteer shifts can be as long or short as students are available. Food will be provided on Sun., Thurs., and Sat. To register for a shift or part of a shift go to http://www.hbbc.net/ and select Kidz Stuff Consignment Sale or contact Kathy Teague at email@example.com or 919-787-6996.
Blue Jay Point County Park has several volunteer opportunities available this Fall. Big Sweep on Sat., 10/6 from 9am-Noon (can work partial shifts) to help clean up Falls Lake shoreline. Bring water, sunscreen, a hat and insect repellant, and wear closed toe shoes.. Volunteers under 16 must have a supervising adult with them. Recyclables on Sat., 10/6 from 1-3pm to help sort and weigh trash and recyclables. Wear closed toe shoes. For both above events volunteers must sign a Waiver (found online). Night Owls Craft Workday on Sat., 11/3 from 1-4pm to help prepare craft materials for upcoming Night Owls and Candle Magic family festival and Night Owls and Candle Magic Guides on Sat., 11/17 from 5:30-9:30pm to be group guides on their Night Owls and Candle Magic luminary and owl learning trail (volunteers must partic ipate in both Night Owls events). For more info. go to www.wakegov.com/parks/bluejay. All volunteers must pre-register at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-870-4330
During Tower Time, Juniors and Seniors will have the opportunity to tutor and earn community service. If you are interested in tutoring and earning community service during the school day, please go by Ms. White's office, room 1212, where you will find a sign-up sheet outside the door. Please know that you will have to identify the subject or subjects you feel qualified to tutor and go through an approval process. Teachers, please encourage students who will benefit from this opportunity to participate.
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDERCLASSMEN
Veterans of Foreign Wars' Voice of Democracy Scholarship Program. The Voice of Democracy Program is open to students in grades 9-12, who are enrolled in a public, private or parochial high school or home study program in the U.S. and its territories. Students compete by writing and recording a broadcast script on an annual patriotic theme. This year's theme is, Is Our Constitution Still Relevant? Prizes and scholarships are awarded at the local, district, state and national level. State winners receive an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., March 2-6, 2013, to tour and receive their awards, the top scholarship being $30,000. For more information and an entry form, go online at http://www.vfw.org/Community/Voice-of-Democracy/. Deadline is November 1,2012.
DAR's Christopher Columbus Essay Contest. The DAR sponsors this contest with the National Italian American foundation [NIAF] in honor of Christopher Columbus. Each academic year, an essay topic is chosen and contest instructions are made available online at http://www.dar.org/natsociety/essays.cfm. The contest is open to students in grades 9-12. One winning essay from each participating chapter is submitted for judging on the state level. Each state winner is judged on the divisional level and the divisional winners move on to the national level, where the winner is announced. The contest winner will receive $1,200 plus a trip to D.C. to present their essay at the Columbus Memorial on Columbus Day 2013.
Prudential Spirit of Community Award. This program is a nationwide program for students in grades 5-12 who are volunteering in their communities. Interest applicants must apply online and then submit their applications to Broughton for certification in order to be considered. Students chosen as Local Honorees receive a Certificate of Achievement from their schools. Those who qualify [100 hours of service] also receive the President's Volunteer Service Award. State Honorees receive an award of $1,000, an engraved silver medallion, and an all-expense-paid trip with a parent or guardian to Washington, D.C. for national recognition events. National Honorees receive an additional award of $5,000, an engraved gold medallion, a crystal trophy for their school and a $5,000 grant from The Prudential Foundation for a non-profit, charitable organization of their choice. November 6 deadline.
United States Senate Youth Program. This program provides a unique educational experience for outstanding high school junior and senior leaders interested in pursuing careers in public service. Two student leaders from each state will spend a week in D.C. experiencing their national government in action. All transportation, hotel and meal expenses with be provided. In addition, each delegate will also be awarded a $5,000 college scholarship for undergraduate studies, with encouragement to pursue coursework in history and political science. Applicants must hold elected leadership positions at their school. The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Social Studies section is looking for two outstanding high school students to join 102 other delegates March 9-16, 2013 for the program's Washington Week experience Eligibility requirements and application information can be found at http://senateyouthnc.webs.com/ . For more information and application, contact Michele McLaughlin at email@example.com. October 7 deadline.