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Tuesday Apr 26
Wednesday Apr 27
Thursday Apr 28
Friday Apr 29
All Students
Don’t wait! Get your tickets NOW for the Spring play "Is He Dead?", the uproariously funny farce by Mark Twain. Performances are this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Studio Theatre. Tickets are $4 for students and $5 for adults and activity passes work. Buy them during your lunch hour, online at the webstore, or at the door. Don’t miss this chance to see the Seniors’ last hurrah on the VHHS stage! (Freichels 4/29)
The Weight room will be closed today and open on Wednesday. (Bellecomo 4/26)
All students taking AP exams: Please check the bulletin board outside the CRC and the windows of the Main Office for important AP exam information: arrival times, exam locations, lunch policy, what to bring, etc. Any student planning to drop an exam, must do so before the day of the exam. Please see Mrs. Curry or Mr. O’Brien if you have any questions. (Curry 4/27)
MSA is offering henna designs on Wednesday, April 27th, in the foyer, during lunch periods. Henna designs will be $3 or 2 canned food items. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Vernon Area Food Pantry. Thanks for your support. (Szabo 4/26)
Attention Students Studying Spanish – DO NOT LET THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME PASS YOU BY!! Join VHHS in Peru next Spring break (3/25-4/2)! Come to the parent & student informational meeting tonight at 7:00 p.m. in Room 1213 to learn more! Some features of the trip include: Spanish immersion, visiting Cusco, Lima, Machu Picchu, the Amazon and spending time with Peruvian students. The benefits extend way beyond just an incredible trip. You also will have the opportunity to earn college credit (at no additional cost), boost your college application and resume. Do something that will set you apart while having the time of your life! (PRIORITY REGISTRATION to next year's sophomores - seniors enrolled in a Spanish class of Spanish 2 - 5AP until May 1st then registration is open students who have completed Spanish 4 Honors not enrolled in a Spanish class May 2nd). Early bird pricing ENDS MAY 5th! Contact Michelle.Bastiani@d128.org if you have any questions or cannot attend the meeting.​ To enroll, go to www.worldstrides.com/enroll Username: vernonhills Password: peru17 (Bastiani 4/26)
All Students
All students: Important announcement regarding AP Exams: Any student who has signed up for an AP exam but plans to drop it, must do so before the day of the exam to receive a partial refund. Please go to the Main Office and talk to Mr. O’Brien or Mrs. Curry. MORNING EXAMS: arrive NO LATER THAN 7:30 a.m. AFTERNOON EXAMS: arrive NO LATER THAN 11:30 a.m. LUNCH POLICY: Morning exams: we expect you to eat lunch at your scheduled time. You may go to lunch immediately after the morning exam ONLY if the exam conflicts with your scheduled lunch hour. Afternoon exams: you will be excused period 4 to eat lunch. Two exams in one day: please bring your own lunch with you so you have time to eat between exams. (Curry 4/29)
Don’t wait! Get your tickets NOW for the Spring play Is He Dead?, the uproariously funny farce by Mark Twain. Performances are this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Studio Theatre. Tickets are $4 for students and $5 for adults and activity passes work. Buy them during your lunch hour, online at the webstore, or at the door. Don’t miss this chance to see the Seniors’ last hurrah on the VHHS stage! (Freichels 4/29)
MSA wants you to donate food to the Vernon Area Pantry! So, we will award a gift card to a generous student. If your teacher nominates you for donating supplies, you will be entered in a raffle to receive a gift card. Thanks for your support. (Szabo 4/28)
The Weight room will be open today. (Bellecomo 4/27)
All Students
ALL STUDENTS: Please take out your assignment notebook and write down this important information about when the LMC and IRC will be closed during the next two weeks: The resource areas of the LMC, IRC, and TESTING CENTER may often be CLOSED during AP Testing from May 2nd -13th. Both LMC and IRC will be CLOSED periods 1-5 on Tuesday, May 3rd, Thursday, May 5th and Friday, May 6th. The Testing Center may often be found in Room 2402. Math Help and The Write Place may often be found in the teacher workrooms. See the Cougar Announcement boards for the full 2-week schedule. When the resource areas are open, seating will be limited, and silence will be expected. All students should know your assigned study hall room and go there when the resource areas are closed or full. Although the LMC will be closed some days, your books are still due on time! Renew or return books in the IRC, or log on to your LMC account and renew them yourself. We’ll have a return box outside the IRC for your convenience. The LMC will be open from 7-7:30 a.m. and may be open from 3:15 – 4:00 p.m., provided AP testing is not in progress. You’re welcome back in all of the resource areas on Friday, May 13th. And, GOOD LUCK from the LMC/IRC/Testing Center staff to all students taking AP exams! (Tolva 4/29)
Dairy Queen Blizzards will be on sale Monday, May 2nd and Tuesday, May 3rd in the foyer for $4 during all lunch periods. All proceeds go to the Senior party. (McKiernan 4/29)
All students: Important announcement regarding AP Exams: Any student who has signed up for an AP exam but plans to drop it, must do so before the day of the exam to receive a partial refund. Please go to the Main Office and talk to Mr. O’Brien or Mrs. Curry. MORNING EXAMS: arrive NO LATER THAN 7:30 a.m. AFTERNOON EXAMS: arrive NO LATER THAN 11:30 a.m. LUNCH POLICY: Morning exams: we expect you to eat lunch at your scheduled time. You may go to lunch immediately after the morning exam ONLY if the exam conflicts with your scheduled lunch hour. Afternoon exams: you will be excused period 4 to eat lunch. Two exams in one day: please bring your own lunch with you so you have time to eat between exams. (Curry 4/29)
Don’t wait! Get your tickets NOW for the Spring play Is He Dead?, the uproariously funny farce by Mark Twain. Performances are tonight, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Studio Theatre. Tickets are $4 for students and $5 for adults and activity passes work. Buy them during your lunch hour, online at the webstore, or at the door. Don’t miss this chance to see the Seniors’ last hurrah on the VHHS stage! (Freichels 4/29)
MSA wants you to donate food to the Vernon Area Pantry! So, we will award a gift card to a generous student. If your teacher nominates you for donating supplies, you will be entered in a raffle to receive a gift card. Thanks for your support. (Szabo 4/28)
All Students
THERE WILL BE NO BELLS BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 2ND THROUGH FRIDAY, MAY 13TH FOR AP TESTING.
Attention all students: Next week AP Exams are starting. Language exams will be taking place Tuesday through Friday on the blue floor in the International Language Lab. In order to provide the optimal testing environment for these students, the hallway from the locker room doors down the hall to the bathroom near 1204 will be closed during testing times. Lockers in this hallway will be inaccessible during testing times. Students who have lockers in that hall will need to plan ahead to access them while the hall is open. Only students having a class in that hallway will be allowed to quietly walk to their classroom. Students will have passes to identify them. Please listen to each daily bulletin and watch for the colorful signs in that hall that will indicate when the halls will be closed. On Tuesday from 5th hour through the end of testing, approximately 2:00 p.m. , the hallway will be closed and no access to lockers allowed. Please plan ahead. Thanks for your cooperation. (Steffens 4/29)
NTHS (National Technical Honor Society) recognizes outstanding students enrolled in career and technical education programs. VHHS students, Paola Arana, Virginia Juarez and Patricia Lee are among the 134 Lake County High Schools Technology Campus students selected for this honor in the 2015-2016 school year. Students must have maintained a minimum of 3.66/4.0 grade point average for three semesters preceding nomination, and consistently demonstrate leadership qualities including pride in skilled craftsmanship. The students will be inducted to the Tech Campus NTHS chapter during the Tech Campus Student Awards Night on May 10th at College of Lake County. (Bellecomo 4/29)
Social Studies Trip to Italy and Greece: Are you interested in Ancient Greek and Roman History? Do you want to see the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, Pompeii, the Acropolis and many other sites of the Greco-Roman World? Social Studies is taking a trip to Italy and Greece in the Summer of 2017. If you are interested, come to a Parent Informational Meeting on May 25, 2016 in the VHHS IRC at 6:30 p.m. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Clifford at matthew.clifford@d128.org. (Clifford 5/6)
ALL STUDENTS: Please take out your assignment notebook and write down this important information about when the LMC and IRC will be closed during the next two weeks: The resource areas of the LMC, IRC, and TESTING CENTER may often be CLOSED during AP Testing from May 2nd -13th. Both LMC and IRC will be CLOSED periods 1-5 on Tuesday, May 3rd, Thursday, May 5th and Friday, May 6th. The Testing Center may often be found in Room 2402. Math Help and The Write Place may often be found in the teacher workrooms. See the Cougar Announcement boards for the full 2-week schedule. When the resource areas are open, seating will be limited, and silence will be expected. All students should know your assigned study hall room and go there when the resource areas are closed or full. Although the LMC will be closed some days, your books are still due on time! Renew or return books in the IRC, or log on to your LMC account and renew them yourself. We’ll have a return box outside the IRC for your convenience. The LMC will be open from 7-7:30 a.m. and may be open from 3:15 – 4:00 p.m., provided AP testing is not in progress. You’re welcome back in all of the resource areas on Friday, May 13th. And, GOOD LUCK from the LMC/IRC/Testing Center staff to all students taking AP exams! (Tolva 4/29)
All students: Important announcement regarding AP Exams: Any student who has signed up for an AP exam but plans to drop it, must do so before the day of the exam to receive a partial refund. Please go to the Main Office and talk to Mr. O’Brien or Mrs. Curry. MORNING EXAMS: arrive NO LATER THAN 7:30 a.m. AFTERNOON EXAMS: arrive NO LATER THAN 11:30 a.m. LUNCH POLICY: Morning exams: we expect you to eat lunch at your scheduled time. You may go to lunch immediately after the morning exam ONLY if the exam conflicts with your scheduled lunch hour. Afternoon exams: you will be excused period 4 to eat lunch. Two exams in one day: please bring your own lunch with you so you have time to eat between exams. (Curry 4/29)
Don’t wait! Get your tickets NOW for the Spring play Is He Dead?, the uproariously funny farce by Mark Twain. Performances are tonight and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Studio Theatre. Tickets are $4 for students and $5 for adults and activity passes work. Buy them during your lunch hour, online at the webstore, or at the door. Don’t miss this chance to see the Seniors’ last hurrah on the VHHS stage! (Freichels 4/29)
Dairy Queen Blizzards will be on sale Monday, May 2nd and Tuesday, May 3rd in the foyer for $4 during all lunch periods. All proceeds go to the Senior party. (McKiernan 4/29)
Wednesday Apr 27
Thursday Apr 28
Late Start
PeriodTime
19:15 - 9:55
210:00 - 10:40
310:45 - 11:30
4a11:35 - 11:55
4b11:55 - 12:15
5a12:20 - 12:40
5b12:40 - 1:00
6a1:05 - 1:25
6b1:25 - 1:45
7a1:50 - 2:10
7b2:10 - 2:30
82:35 - 3:15
Regular
PeriodTime
17:55 - 8:45
28:50 - 9:40
39:45 - 10:40
4a10:45 - 11:10
4b11:10 - 11:35
5a11:40 - 12:05
5b12:05 - 12:30
6a12:35 - 1:00
6b1:00 - 1:25
7a1:30 - 1:55
7b1:55 - 2:20
82:25 - 3:15
Friday Apr 15
Monday Apr 18
Tuesday Apr 19
Wednesday Apr 20
Monday Apr 25
Tuesday Apr 26
Wednesday Apr 27
Thursday Apr 28
Friday Apr 29
Anime
ANIME CLUB: こんにちは!(Konnichiwa!) Join us for our next meeting on Monday, April 18th from 3:30-5:00 p.m. in Room 1214. If you signed up to go to ACEN with us, be sure to attend this meeting and bring your signed permission form. If you cannot, please email Mr. Wilson (robert.wilson@d128.org). Also, if you would like to plan an activity other than watching anime during our meeting, please email Mr. Wilson the details regarding what you would like to do, and how you would like to do it. See you Monday! (Wilson 4/18)
Art Club
ART CLUB: Art Club will not meet Monday, April 18th – our next meeting will be Monday, April 25th, come prepared with creative ideas! (Dahlstrom/Molloy 4/18)
Cougar Cycling Club
COUGAR CYCLING CLUB: Everyone who likes to bike, we have a bike ride this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. leaving from the front doors of VHHS. (Lueken 4/15)
JSU(Jewish Student Union)
JSU: JSU Monday meeting: Come on in! Free food and fun!! Monday, April 18th at 3:20-4:20 p.m. in Room 2210. See you there! (Weppler 4/18)
Latino Alliance
LATINO ALLIANCE: Our next meeting will be TODAY after school in Room 1212. This will be a MANDATORY meeting for those planning on participating in the Chicano College Bowl. Also, today will be the last day we will accept t-shirt orders, so please see Mrs. Garcia (Room 2200) or Mrs. Acosta (Room 1212) or your email for an order form. Please check your email for other updates from Evelyn. (Cusick 4/15)
Sign Language Club
SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB: Sign Language Club will be meeting on Tuesday morning, at 7:30 a.m. in the LMC Classroom. New members are always welcome. See you there! (Stephens 4/18)
Strategy Club
STRATEGY CLUB will be meeting today, after school in the LMC. Bring a game, bring some friends, and get to it! New members are always welcome! See you there! (Conroy 4/15)
Anime
ANIME CLUB: こんにちは!(Konnichiwa!) Join us for our next meeting today from 3:30-5:00 p.m. in Room 1214. If you signed up to go to ACEN with us, be sure to attend this meeting and bring your signed permission form. If you cannot, please email Mr. Wilson (robert.wilson@d128.org). Also, if you would like to plan an activity other than watching anime during our meeting, please email Mr. Wilson the details regarding what you would like to do, and how you would like to do it. See you Monday! (Wilson 4/18)
Art Club
ART CLUB: Art Club will not meet today, April 18th – our next meeting will be Monday, April 25th, come prepared with creative ideas! (Dahlstrom/Molloy 4/18)
JSU(Jewish Student Union)
JSU: JSU meeting today: Come on in! Free food and fun!! Today at 3:20-4:20 p.m. in Room 2210. See you there! (Weppler 4/18)
Sign Language Club
SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB: Sign Language Club will be meeting tomorrow morning, at 7:30 a.m. in the LMC Classroom. New members are always welcome. See you there! (Stephens 4/18)
Whispers(Literary Magazine)
WHISPERS: Whispers, the VHHS literary magazine, will be meeting Wednesday, after school in Room 2211. Plan to stay until 5:00 p.m. as we have a TON of artwork to evaluate! (Conroy 4/20)
Whispers(Literary Magazine)
WHISPERS: Whispers, the VHHS literary magazine, will be meeting today, after school in Room 2211. Plan to stay until 5:00 p.m. as we have a TON of artwork to evaluate! (Conroy 4/20)
FCA(Fellowship Of Christian Allies)
FCA: (Fellowship of Christian Allies): Our next meeting is Tuesday morning, April 26th at 7:30 a.m. in Room 0213 (Health classroom). All are welcome and breakfast will be provided. Hope to see you there!! (Pagani/Bellito 4/25)
Interact
INTERACT: Do you want to make an impact on your community? Interact will meet Wednesday, April 27th in the Foods classroom at 8:55 a.m. Please stop in and help with planning our last huge Community Impact Project in conjunction with Chick-fil-A. Interact is also looking for Executive Board members for next school year. Dates and times for officer elections will be announced at this meeting. (Kelly 4/26)
JSU(Jewish Student Union)
JSU: JSU meeting this Wednesday, April 27th at 3:20 – 4:20 p.m. Come on in, Room 2210 - all are welcome! (Weppler 4/27)
JSU(Jewish Student Union)
JSU: JSU meeting has been CANCELLED today. (Weppler 4/27)
Latino Alliance
LATINO ALLIANCE: This Saturday is the Chicano College Bowl! Our last chance to review will be Thursday, April 28th at 7:30 a.m. in Room 1212. Please bring your permission slip if you have not already done so. (Cusick 4/27)
SPARK(Supporting Peers And Reaching Kids)
SPARK: Come to the Auditorium at 7:15 a.m. Friday for our SPARK meeting! Everyone is welcome and it’s going to be really fun! (Dillon/Nardini 4/27)
Art Club
ART CLUB: Our LAST Art Club meeting will be Monday, May 2nd – come prepared with your creative ideas! (Dahlstrom/Molloy 5/2)
Canine Companions For Independence
CCI: Join us today after school at 3:30 p.m. in the upstairs foyer for our next meeting. (Caton 4/28)
Intramurals
INTRAMURALS: Next Wednesday, May 4th, after school, we will have open climbing. If you have never climbed before, bring a friend and come try it out. (Miceli 5/2)
INTRAMURALS: A Ninja/crossfit challenge is coming soon, so keep reading the announcements for more information. (Miceli 5/2)
SPARK(Supporting Peers And Reaching Kids)
SPARK: Are you coming to the SPARK meeting tomorrow? You should be!! It’s at 7:15 a.m. in the Auditorium!! (Dillon/Nardini 4/28
Strategy Club
STRATEGY CLUB: Strategy Club will NOT be meeting this Friday. Plan accordingly. (Conroy 4/28)
Wrestling
WRESTLING: We will have a quick meeting in the Wrestling gym after school on Wednesday, May 4th about our team camp and Spring tournaments. (Miceli 5/3)
Anime
ANIME CLUB: こんにちは!(Konnichiwa!) Join us for our next meeting on Monday, May 2nd from 3:30-5:00 p.m. in Room 1214. If you signed up to go to ACEN with us and have not yet turned in your signed permission form, YOU MUST DO SO BY THIS MEETING. Also, if you would like to plan an activity other than watching anime during our meeting, please email Mr. Wilson (robert.wilson@d128.org) the details regarding what you would like to do, and how you would like to do it. See you Monday! (Wilson 5/2)
Art Club
ART CLUB: Our LAST Art Club meeting will be Monday, May 2nd – come prepared with your creative ideas! (Dahlstrom/Molloy 5/2)
Intramurals
INTRAMURALS: Next Wednesday, May 4th, after school, we will have open climbing. If you have never climbed before, bring a friend and come try it out. (Miceli 5/2)
INTRAMURALS: A Ninja/crossfit challenge is coming soon, so keep reading the announcements for more information. (Miceli 5/2)
Strategy Club
STRATEGY CLUB: Strategy Club will NOT be meeting today. Plan accordingly. (Conroy 4/29)
Wrestling
WRESTLING: We will have a quick meeting in the Wrestling gym after school on Wednesday, May 4th about our team camp and Spring tournaments. (Miceli 5/3)
Tuesday Apr 26
Wednesday Apr 27
Thursday Apr 28
Friday Apr 29
Monday May 2
ORIGINS
Turkey Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes and Medley OR Roasted Vegetable Cheese and Penne Bake with Garlic Bread and Small Beverage
TRATTORIA
Margherita Pizza
FRESH GRILLE
Mozzarella Sticks
SANDWICH CENTRAL
Southwest Corn and Black Bean Wrap
ORIGINS
Apricot Glazed Pork Roast with Red Potatoes and Corn Bread OR Bacon and Tomato Grilled Cheese with Fries and Small Beverage
TRATTORIA
Margherita Pizza
FRESH GRILLE
Chicken Wings
SANDWICH CENTRAL
Southwest Corn and Black Bean Wrap
ORIGINS
Chicken Philly Cheesesteak with Coleslaw OR Asian Beef Pepper Steak with White Rice and Small Beverage
TRATTORIA
Margherita Pizza
FRESH GRILLE
Chicken Nuggets
SANDWICH CENTRAL
Southwest Corn and Black Bean Wrap
ORIGINS
Baked Cod with Leeks and Cream Sauce and Rice Pilaf OR 2 Beef Tacos with Spanish Rice and Small Beverage
TRATTORIA
Margherita Pizza
FRESH GRILLE
Mini Corn Dogs
SANDWICH CENTRAL
Southwest Corn and Black Bean Wrap
ORIGINS
Italian Sausage with Peppers and Onions Sandwich with Potato Wedges OR Baked Cajun Cod with Rice Pilaf and Vegetables and Small Beverage
TRATTORIA
Meat Lovers Pizza
FRESH GRILLE
Mozzarella Sticks
SANDWICH CENTRAL
Cajun Chicken Wrap