Daily Announcements 11/20

High School
Attention Class of 2015: It's time to pick your theme for the All Night Grad Party! Join the Lake Braddock Class of 2015 Facebook Group or go to @LBSS2015 on twitter to find the link to vote. The poll closes this Friday night so get your vote in now

Are you interested in speaking and writing in a language other than English?  Would you like to speak to your friends and/or students from around the world?  If so, then come to the Second Language Pen pals meeting after school on Thursday, November 20th in room C222.

The next Bruin Ambassador Monthly Meeting will be on Thursday, November 20th after school in Mr. Saunders' room, B138.  This will be the last chance to get your dues in.

There will be a FOPAC meeting in Ms. Sohl's room, C219, today, November 20th, at 2:20. Everyone is welcome to come. See you there!

There will be a Hispanic Student Association club meeting on Thursday, November 20, at 2:20 in B225, Ms. Stone’s room.

There will be a meeting of the Adventure Club on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 2:15 in L226
Anyone interested in taking a FANTASTICAL  Adventure  is welcome to join us.

Liberty in North Korea will be holding a meeting this Thursday November 20th after school at 2:30 in Mrs. Kim's room J105. Please bring in your dues.

The National Art Honors Society will have a meeting Thursday, November 20th after school in B201. We hope to see you there

There will be an Asian American Student Association meeting Thursday after school at 2:30pm in Mr. Purdy’s room M140.  The focus will be on Vietnamese culture.   If you have not paid your $5 dues please do so soon so we can order our t-shirts.  All are welcome to attend!

 Interested in winning movie tickets, chipotle gift cards or a free t-shirt? The Compassion in Action club is sponsoring an Art Contest to help celebrate and acknowledge how compassion helps us lead happier lives by improving our health and others. Contest participants must answer the question through art, What does Compassion look like to you? All art work must be submitted to High School Guidance Office by November 21st. Please see your School Counselor for more information.

Ready. Set. Code. An interest meeting for a Computer Programming Club will be held on Monday, November 24 in Mrs. Anderson's room, room H224. Any high school and middle school students interested in programming, cyber security, app development, game design, or other computer programming topics are welcome. No experience necessary.

Attention all FBLA members, FBLA will have a meeting immediately after school in H202, Mrs. Fox's room on Monday, November 24th . T-Shirts will be handed out and a guest speaker will be attending to talk about insurance. We will also be giving more information about Project ASK and how you can help out. We will also be collecting gift cards. Project ASK is a fundraiser that helps families who's children have cancer.  Please give only gas or shopping gift card donations to any business teacher with your name and amount written on a note.  We will have a drawing for a Chipotle gift card at the end.  All are welcome to donate.

Middle School
The National Junior Honor Society meeting will be held after school today, Thursday, Nov. 20, in the Lecture Hall.  At this meeting, we will host a representative from Alternative House, an organization that helps families and children in crisis.  Please see Blackboard for information about donations.

Middle school students, did you know that the CIA is at Lake Braddock and they want you to join as secret agents who do good for others? CIA stands for Compassion in Action and it is a newly formed club of middle and high school students who will meet this today after school in room J103. Its purpose is to start a chain reaction of compassion across the entire school as a way to get rid of bullying. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brodie in the middle school counseling office

Attention all readers, and those who secretly love reading. Do you like cookies? Books? Both? Middle School Book Club needs you to come to our meeting on Friday, Nov. 21 during A and B lunches. 

Do you plan an instrument not offered at Lake Braddock? Would you like to have time to play, share music and techniques with other students? Then come and check out the Amp Club on Mondays after-school. Students need to supply their own instrument and amplifier. Interested students should see Mrs. Girardin in MS Counseling for more details.

Ready? Set. Code!
An interest meeting for a Computer Programming Club will be held on Monday, Nov. 24 in Mrs. Anderson's room, H224. Any high school and middle school students interested in programming, cyber security, app development, game design, or other computer programming topics are welcome. No experience necessary.

Interested in winning movie tickets, Chipotle gift cards or a free t-shirt? The Compassion in Action club is sponsoring an Art Contest to help celebrate and acknowledge how compassion helps us lead happier lives by improving our health. Contest participants must answer the question through art, "What does Compassion look like to you?" All art work must be submitted to High School Guidance Office by Friday, Nov. 21. Please see your School Counselor for more information.

Lake Braddock Theatre opens its 42nd season with the greatest dystopian futuristic novel of the 20th century, George Orwell's 1984.  Find out where the modern day phrases "Big Brother" and "Newspeak" came from.  Tickets are on sale online at LBtheatre.com, or you can purchase them during all lunch shifts for just $10.  For times and dates see any of the flyers in the hallway or check out LBtheatre.com. First show is tonight!

Attention all students! Your 2014-2015 Lake Braddock Middle School yearbook, The Ursa, is now on sale at YearbookOrderCenter.com! Buy now, because Prices go up in 2015. Don't wait until there are no books left before you buy.

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