Shark Talk

Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 09:19 AM.

Yearbook Deadline: April 30 is the deadline for reserving your copy of the 2013-14 yearbook. You can order online from the Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School web page or pick up an order form at school

Senior Recognition: April 30 is also the deadline for placing a recognition ad in the yearbook for your senior. You may pick up an ad order form at the school.

Volleyball: Open Gym began on Monday, for all girls currently in grades 6-11 for volleyball. We will hold open gym on Monday through Thursday from 3:15 until 5 p.m. Tryouts for varsity volleyball will be conducted in late May. Any player trying out for the varsity team must have a current FHSAA physical and Release form on file. Physicals are valid for one year from the date they were done and release forms are valid only for the current school year. Both forms can be downloaded from FHSAA by going to the Volleyball page in our sports section of the high school web site.

State Champion OM-Ateam will travel to Iowa in late May to represent Port St Joe and the State of Florida in the World Competition. Please be supportive of their fundraising activities as they occur.

Prom: The 2014 Port St Joe Jr./Sr. Prom is Saturday, from 8 p.m. until midnight at the Centennial Building.

FCATs & EOCs: It’s that time again and testing is in the air. It is always important for the students to get plenty rest, eat a healthy diet, and arrive at school rested and ready for the day. It’s even more important over the next few weeks as we conduct statewide test. Please check our web page for the testing schedule and encourage your student to get plenty of rest the night before their exam and arrive at school on time, refreshed and ready.

NJROTC: The annual NJROTC Awards banquet and Change of Command will be conducted this evening begin at 6 p.m. Congratulations to the new 2014-15 staff.

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