Today's Announcements
Tuesday, April 28th 2015

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Congratulations to the vocal music students for receiving 13 superiors and 8 excellent ratings at District Music this past weekend. The contest included all metro Class AA schools and was hosted by the Omaha Public Schools.

Play Production Show
Don’t miss the final production of the Titan Theatre season, Play Pro in 3D, a variety show. (Songs and scenes from your favorite Broadway shows). Tickets are now on sale for the Play production spring show at All tickets are $5 and $3 for students with an activity ticket. Show dates are April 30th at 7pm and May 1st at 7pm in the Titan Theatre. Tickets will also be available at Titan Town and at the door.

Student Council Elections
Are you interested in running for Student Council? Now is your chance! This leadership group runs Homecoming, a blood drive, fundraisers for Make a Wish, attends conferences, and much more! Stop by Ms. Clouse's room in C01 or Ms. Kelly's room in B18 by Tuesday, April 28th to pick up an application. Elections will be April 29th and 30th.

Refunds of Senior Lunch Accounts
Seniors will be receiving cash refunds of the remaining money in their lunch accounts as part of the senior check-out process. If your senior student has younger siblings in the district, we will be transferring the remaining lunch account balance to the lunch account of the youngest sibling in the district. If you would like to make an alternate arrangement, please call Keri Castro at 402-537-6250 prior to May 5.

Students with P.E. Lockers
Attention all students that have a P.E. locker! This semester is coming to an end and all lockers have to be cleaned out. Even if you are involved with a spring sport when your season is finished, you must turn in your lock. If you are still in a physical education class you will clean your locker out on the last day of class. Please start taking your items home NOW. All lockers must be cleaned out by 3:30 on Wednesday, May 20th. Thank you from the P.E. Staff

Mary Poppins Dance Workshop
Any student who may be interested in audition for next year’s fall musical Mary Poppins a dance works shop will be held in the theatre on May 11th through 16th. The cost is $50 per person please see Mr. Nienhueser in Room A11 for more information or to sign up.

Hey Juniors, do you want to be the leaders of your class next year? If so, please see Mrs. Linse in room E12 for an application form.

Coding Club
If you are interested in software development visit the Coding Club meeting Monday in room A05 at 3:30. Topics can include:      

See Mr. Stribley with questions.

Medications to be picked up in Health Office
All students with medication in the Health Office must pick up their medication by the last day of school. Seniors will need to pick up their medication bottles before graduation. If you have any questions please let the Health Office know. If the containers are not picked up they will be discarded and will not be kept for next year. Each year requires a new bottle along with parent and/or doctor signature. The prescription label on the bottle will be considered the doctor’s signature. Any questions, please notify the Health Office.

Yearbook Deadline
Order your yearbook this week. The deadline is May 1st.  Orders may be placed online at or in room B10. The cost is $75. If you'd like to personalize your book with a name stamp, you must order by April 29th. The cost for a name stamp is $5 extra. After May 1st, online orders will no longer be accepted. Orders placed at the school after that date will include a $15 late fee. Don't miss out. Order now and save.

Interested in organizing Prom for next year?
Any sophomore interested in being a junior class officer for next year, please see Ms. Jatczak or Ms. Hahn before May 6th to get the application to run for this position. Completed applications and teacher recommendations need to be turned in by May 6th.

Opportunities of Interest:

Health Care Career Exploration Camp
When: Monday, June 15, 2015 - Friday, June 19, 2015
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm (lunch & snacks provided)
Location: CHI Health Immanuel, 6901 North 72nd Street, Omaha, NE
Eligibility: Incoming 10th, 11th and 12th grade males and females interested in pursuing a degree in a health professions field
Application deadline: Noon on Monday, May 4, 2015
Diane Lee,, 402-717-1850
Cost: FREE!

Standard Heating and Air Conditioning is offering an apprenticeship program in HVAC. This program gives you a chance to earn while you learn. HVAC has become the fastest growing construction trade. HVAC careers will always be in demand, providing stable and recession-resistant employment.
Contact: Dana Johnson; 402-339-6700 office; 402-510-2311 cell

Creighton University
College of Professional Studies is offering Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs for Children and Adults. For more information or to register call 1-800-903-0162 (Mon-Fri. 7am - 9pm, Sat. 7am - 6pm, Sun. 9am - 5pm). Inquire early! Class size is limited.

UNL - Discover Education Camp
College of Education and Human Sciences Diversity Matters
Who: Any high school student (grades 10-12) interested in exploring a future career in enhancing the lives of our future generation of youth!
When: June 7-12, 2015
What: Take part in fun and meaningful, hands-on activities with other high school students and UNL professors that care about social justice in schools.
Where: Come to Lincoln for a week-long residential camp on UNL’s beautiful campus
Cost: Scholarships are available. See the website for an application and for more information (at

World Studies Summer Programs
University-based programs; cultural, language, & science immersion; service learning programs. 1-434-284-9224 1-855-812-8219

Job Opportunities:

JCPenney is hiring. You may apply at the store’s Applicant Kiosk or online at

Job Source USA Inc. - An Employer’s Choice in Staffing - Openings for many, varied full and part time positions. Apply in Person or Online at 402-331-4905

Gallup - Immediate opens for telephone interviewers! Choose your own work schedule. Base pay starting at $10 with opportunity for more. Not a sales postion. Opportunity to earn up to 100% tuition reimbursement. Min. 20 hours weekly, must be 16 and a 4 month commitment is required.

Fun-Plex - 7003 Q Street - Open Interviews in April www.FUN-PLEX.COM/JOBS 402-331-8436 Tear off tabs available in Career Ed.

Justus Brothers - Nebraska Crossing- Is hiring - flyer will be arriving shortly in Career Ed.

Fazoli’s La Vista is now hiring. Must be 16 years old. Apply in person. Questions: 402-597-3360 Ask for the Manager

Henry Doorly Zoo is now accepting online applications. Visit to apply. The zoo is looking for well-spoken individuals who live for having fun and have a knack for quick guest service. Most of all, you have to be up for all kinds of surprising challenges. Positions are available from mid-spring to mid-fall. Hours available seven days a week, including weekends and holidays, with a 16-hour minimum availability.

Papio Fun Park,
Must be 16 years of age by June 1st. All applicants must attend an audition session, after the application is submitted, in order to qualify. The ideal candidate will have strong public speaking & people skills.

Loveland Grass Pad
Openings for seasonal part-time and career track positions in customer service, sales, nursery and warehouse. Ideal candidate traits: unassuming, unselfish personality; real interest in other people; outgoing, friendly attitude; effective communicator; enjoy working at a faster-than-average-pace.
Contact Jason Borst, Manager @ 402-331-5262

Overland Hills Christian Childcare & Preschool
If you love children and want to work in a Christian atmosphere where we strive to glorify God, this is the perfect job for you. Must be 18; work 15-25 hours a week; pay commensurate with experience; positions available immediately; must be willing to work with all age children. Contact Jamie Bonge at 402-339-6925 or come by and complete an application at 7074 Gruenther Road in Papillion.

Flyers for all jobs are available in Career Ed.

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