WEEK OF APRIL 20, 2015

DRAMA CLUB: The drama club will be presenting Beauty and the Beast this weekend. Performances on Friday and Saturday will be at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Mark your calendars and please plan to attend. Admission isfreefor all faculty and staff.Students please don't forget your school I.D.

GUIDANCE: Attention: Junior and senior women: Learn about careers for women in the construction trades from women plumbers, electricians, carpenters, iron workers, pipefitters, bricklayers and more. Tuesday, May 12, Plumbers Local 55, 980 Keynote Circle, Brooklyn Heights, 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. To reserve your spot call D. Cannon at 216-459-2900, ext. 143. Refreshments will be served. For more information, see Schoology or Mr. Kasper in guidance.

Miami University of Ohio is presenting the Miami University Summer Scholars Program for rising high school juniors and seniors. The program aims to offer students a significant advantage in the college application process. Participants who eventually choose to apply to Miami will also receive priority consideration for Miami merit scholarships and the university's premier academic programs. For more information please visit Schoology or see Mr. Kasper in guidance.

Attention, 15 to 18 year olds: St. John's College, (two locations: Annapolis and Santa Fe), famous for their curriculum driven by the great books of the world, is offering five, week-long sessions this summer, each session focusing on a different theme. Students may attend one or more sessions. Some scholarships are available. See Schoology for more details or Mr. Kasper in guidance.

Attention all: Save the Date. On Saturday, June 6, from 10 a.m. until noon, all Cuyahoga Community Colleges will be holding an Open House. Find out about courses offered, enrolment and financial aid, take a tour of the campus. For more information or to register for an open house, visit Schoology

This summer, June 14-19, the University of Akron, School of Engineering, is offering a Summer Experience for Girls (grades 9, 10, 11, and 12), residential camp or day camp. Fee for the day camp is $275; for the residential camp, $475. Partial scholarships are available for students who demonstrate financial need. For more see Schoology or Mr. Kasper in guidance.

Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, Ohio, is again this summer on June 21-27 and is presenting a week-long program designed to enhance skills crucial for success in the business world, "Ohio Business Week." on the Ohio Dominican University campus. "Ohio Business Week" is open to all current high school students. The cost is $350; some financial aid is available. See Schoology or Mr. Kasper in guidance for more details.

Students entering grades 10, 11, and 12, who are potential college art majors, are invited to apply to the Cleveland Institute of Art's two-week, pre-college program. There are eleven areas of focus, including biomedical art, game design, and illustration. The program runs from July 12 to 25. Successful completion of the program will provide students with three college credits. Visit Schoology or see Mr. Kasper in guidance for more details.

KAIROS: Interested in being a leader on KAIROS next year? Hand completed applications to Mr. Preto or Ms. Latkovich by Friday, April 24.

PROM: Seniors, the directions to the link to our Prom DJ's website have been sent to your Gmail account so you can choose your 10 songs for prom. Also, Prom tickets go on sale next Friday, May 1.

SERVICE: Students who need to complete service hours should go to the ACT Service Group on Schoology to get information regarding upcoming available service projects. Tomorrow, Thursday, April 24, Youth Challenge has a Teen Volunteer Training Session at the Euclid Sports Plant is from 4-6 p.m. Trained volunteers can participate in weekly recreational events throughout the summer in Euclid and earn service hours. See Ms. Latkovich if you would like more information or would like transportation to the Euclid Sports Plant.

Mr. Minadeo needs some students to earn service hour credit after school today and tomorrow in the tech building. Just show up and he will notify your religion teacher of the hours.

Freshmen who will be participating in the Earth Day Craft Service Project at the Rosemary Center today, please meet at the back door of the school no later than 3:15 p.m. Bring all of your belongings with you

VASJ TRANSPORTATION:
 All transportation students will be picked up in the circular drive in the front of the school.

VASJ VIKINATORS: The VASJ Vikinators, sponsored by Lincoln Electric, will be competing in the 2015 AWT RoboBots Competition at Lakeland Community College on Saturday, April 25. It is an all-day competition beginning at 8 a.m. Come show your support for the VASJ Vikinators. Admission is free.

VIKING ATHLETICS: Good luck to our Lady Vikings Softball Team as they host Fairport Harding today at Euclid High School. The first pitch is at 4:30. Please come out and support the Lady Vikings.

Attention girls interested in trying out for cheerleading: Cheerleading tryouts will be held during the week of May 4 in the VASJ gym. Both football and basketball season tryouts will be held during this week. Please check the VASJ website for more information or stop in the main office for a flyer.