Thursday, September 12

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Today Celebrates: Chocolate Milk Shake Day and National Video Games Day!

Lunch for today includes: Baked Drumsticks, Shrimp Poppers, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Steamed Green Beans, Chilled Pears, Milk and Roll.

Today’s Weather calls for mostly sunny skies with evening thunderstorms possible. Highs in the low 90’s.

There are several upcoming college visits taking place in guidance. On September 16, Franklin and Marshall College will be here at 9:00 a.m. and on September 19, The University of Delaware will be here at 9:00 a.m. while Texas A and M University-College Station will visit at 10 am. For the full list and to sign up, please visit Naviance.

Attention Seniors. Do you like politics? Are you interested in the legislature or how laws get made and passed? Are you passionate about a particular cause in the state of Maryland? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may want to become a Maryland Page. Information and applications are available outside of the CRT office. See Mrs. Berquist if you have any questions.

The Seahawk Writing Center is looking for tutors! All are welcome to our first meeting on Monday, September 16th In Mrs Terlizzi’s room right after school. Hope to see you then!

Seahawks! The fall session of the After School Academy will begin on September 23rd. Registration forms and course listings are available outside of the main office, the guidance office, the CRT office, and on our website. See Mrs. Berquist if you have any questions.

Attention Freshmen! If you are interested in becoming a freshman class officer, come see Mrs. Culver in D157 or Mrs. Genovesi in C144A for a sign up sheet by Friday, September 13th! Elections will be held on September 17th!

Any Freshman interested in running for SGA delegate please see Ms. Berke or Ms. Bova for an application. Applications are due Monday 9/16 and elections will be held 9/17.

Decatur Nation! Come out to the first ever Picnic for a Livable Planet on Friday, September 20th at Stephen Decatur Park in Berlin. Running from 3pm until 6pm, join together for food, live entertainment, and information. For questions, please contact Mr. Ryan or any science teacher.

The National English Honor Society is looking for volunteers for their annual haunted hallway. The first meeting is Thursday, September 19th in the cafeteria. Volunteers will receive service hours for government or the presidential award right here at school.

Key Club will hold its first meeting TODAY, Thursday, September 12th in Mrs. Saullo’s room, C180 directly after school. Anyone interested in learning more is invited to attend.

The first Mu Alpha Theta meeting will be held TODAY, Thursday September 12th at 2:50 in Mrs. Olson’s room.

For Sports:

There will be a brief meeting TODAY, September 12th outside the library at 2:30 pm for all that have signed up for Unified Tennis and for those who are interested. Anyone who can’t make the meeting please see Ms. Dorman in C162 or Mr. Hall in the Guidance Office.

Congratulations to the girls cross country team for placing 1st in a 7 team meet on Wednesday at Mt. Decatur. Scoring for the Seahawks were: Mary Mergott 1st, Avery Braciszewski 3rd, Ellie Dutton 4th, Mackenzie Cathell 6th and Mikayla Denault 8th.

Congratulations to the boys cross country team for placing 3rd in a 7 team meet Wednesday at Mt. Decatur. Scoring for Decatur were: Tristan Dutton 6th, Liam Foley 9th, Silas Cassio 11th, Sam Rakowski 13th and Gavin McCabe 16th.

Today’s Sports:

At 3:30 PM Varsity Golf competes at Ocean City Golf Club – dismissal at 2

At 3:30 PM JV Golf plays at Eagles Landing – departure at 2:40

At 4:00 PM JV Football battles Queen Annes at home

Remember to base your decisions on the Decatur Way principles. Pride, Achievement, Respect, and Responsibility. Have a great day Decatur!