Today is Tuesday, March 28th, 2023
Today is a “B” day
Spotted Lantern Flies are especially dangerous to our ecosystems by sucking out the sap in a variety of tree species. Raiders For Wildlife and Go Green Initiative are hoping to eradicate this problem by making spotted lanternfly traps. All are invited to the meeting TOMORROW, March 29th, in room 130 after school to help finish building Lanterfly traps for Brightwood Park.
The SCN Food Drive has been extended until Friday, March 31. Drop off all canned or boxed food items directly to room 152. Top three donors win a Dunkin Donuts gift card and the most generous homeroom wins a free breakfast.
Spring has arrived! I'm sure we are all excited about putting those hoodies and sweatpants away and cracking out the shorts and t-shirts. That means it's time to clean out the dresser and closet. Instead of tossing out the clothes you no longer want or have outgrown, bring them into SCN's “Spring into Action” clothing drive! New and gently worn clothes only. Drop off to room 152 or use one of the black bins by Door 1 and Door 12.
Do you love playing pickleball? If your answer is YES! Please come to the Pickleball Club Interest Meeting on Wednesday, March 29th at 11:15 AM in the Wrestling Room. Please see Mr. Fabiano with any questions.
SADD would like to remind you that today, there will be an assembly for all juniors during the 2nd block on teen dating violence, where A Partnership for Change will be teaching juniors how to identify types of abuse, what the warning signs are, and how to help a friend or family member, among other things. As another reminder, please follow us at SADD@spff.sadd on Instagram and tiktok for more helpful tips on making smart choices.
Today’s Think Purple message is: the happiest place to be is drug-free! More than 90% of people who have an addiction started to drink alcohol or use drugs before they were 18 years old. So this Tuesday, let’s think happy thoughts and imagine a future where drugs and alcohol don’t have the power to limit your potential. Make healthy decisions each day and be sure to let someone know if you need help along your journey.
Join the Habitat for Humanity after school on Thursday in Room 206 to learn about the great plans the club has for the rest of the year! We hope to see you there!
Available in High School
Form to Complete: A300 Form for Working Papers
Students must have promise of a job before working papers are completed.
Please click the following link for further instructions and to obtain the 'Employment Certification Form':
NJ Department of Labor Site for Working Papers
Once the required information is completed on the form, SPFHS will be able to continue the process.
Missed something from the 8th Grade Parents' Night? The presentations and resources presented can be viewed on this page.
H.I.B. Information & Reporting
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Reserve Space In The Building
The protocol for reserving a room in the HS has changed. Please read the new procedures.
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