Penny Wars is going on right now!!! Be a part of finding cures and supporting patients and families by participating in Pennies for Patients. Our school goal is $500.
The deadline for changing your exploratory and short block schedule for quarter 3 is Tuesday, Feb. 6. Please turn in your change forms to your advisor. Schedule change forms can be found on your google drive in the student resources folder or you can obtain paper copies from your advisor.
Lunch for the Ladies will be offered to all girls in school on Thursdays* from 11-11:30 am in Rm 102 (Art Room). Ladies - Grab your lunch and head to Rm 102 to find out just how amazing this opportunity is! *Alethea is gone this Thursday, so the next one will be on February 15.
Donate blood at our school on Friday, February 23, from 1 to 6 pm. Right now, the American Red Cross has a critical need for eligible blood donors. In addition to unfavorable weather, seasonal flu has contributed to very low donor turnout at many blood drives. Donation are critically needed in the coming days so that patients can continue to receive lifesaving treatments. Go to https://www.redcrossblood.org/give/drive/driveSearch.jsp, enter our zip code, scroll down to February 23 to find our blood drive, and schedule your donation appointment.
For over a decade, we have partnered with the MSU Department of Health Science to provide health classes to our students. That program was featured in an issue of Pulse, a College of Allied Health & Nursing publication. Read all about it here!
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