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  • May 22, 2017

    Posted by Tammi Craven at 5/22/2017

     

    #1: Good afternoon, I’m Devin Romano

     

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    #2: And I’m Meghan Blood and this is Wolfpack News for Monday, May 22nd, 2017.


    #1: Happy last day of classes! Finals begin tomorrow with periods 4, 3 and 5. Wednesday are finals for periods 6, 2 and 7. Thursday is 1 and 8. Best of luck!


    #2: Putt for Fines is in the LRC! Before you leave for the summer, pay your fines by showing show off your golf skills. With a perfect putt, the LRC will waive your entire overdue book fine. Students get one chance to putt with three balls. This does not count towards lost items, only overdue books.


    #1: All Sophomores and Juniors. This summer OE is running the Second Annual Wolves 101 program. It is a program to help incoming freshman transition into high school. Leaders are needed to help run the program. This will make up 25 service hours, for the week of the program and a mandatory training day. If you are interested, pick up an application outside of F128 or contact Mr. Schaeffer.


    #2: Students, clean out your lockers! There are extra garbage cans available in the hallways for trash and tables on each floor for you to donate gently used, or unused school items that are no longer needed. You’re also welcome to drop off these items to student services if you do not want to leave them on the table. Your donation is appreciated.


    #1: Please stop by the lost and found in the commons concession room and look for any of your lost items. There are backpacks, books, clothing, lunch bags, calculators, etc. All items will be donated this week. And now it’s time for sports, here’s Dominic.


    #SP: The freshman baseball team ended the season on a high note, beating Plainfield East High School 6 to 0. Andrew Petsche got the win for the Wolves, while Corey Provow got the start and threw 4 scoreless innings. Alex Kelsch ended the game with a quick 1-2-3. Offensively, the Wolves were led by Donovan Place, Max Robertson and Nathaniel Fukutake. The Wolves ended the season with an overall record of 26 and 8. Great job freshman Wolves. That’s all for sports, now back to the anchor desk.


    #1:That’s today’s edition of Wolfpack News, I’m Devin Romano.


    #2: And I'm Meghan Blood.

    It’s been a pleasure since East opened bringing you all the daily announcements. We hope you all have a great summer.


    #1: Good luck on finals and see you next year. Thanks for stopping by Wolves, and have a great day.


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