The following Seminole Ridge High School students earned honors at the Student Television Network’s National Convention in Seattle recently: Rachel Abiusi, Oliver Brown, Alexa Greico, John Heine, Vinny Lavigna, Taylor Loizzo, James Maxson, Cassi Narcus, Ashley Pellicone and Andrea Schiola.
These students earned an honorable mention in the STN Crazy 8’s Documentary Challenge. They had eight hours to produce a documentary based on the prompt “In Their Element.” They chose to spotlight the city’s homeless problem, which is composed of nearly 13,000 people living on the streets in the elements. Their story features one particular homeless man who aspired to be a teacher, but fate had different plans.
Blood Drive Information — The 2019 One Blood Scholarship Application is available from teacher Shawna Ahmad. This is only for current graduating seniors who have a minimum of four units collected on file with One Blood. The deadline to submit an application is April 26. The next on-campus blood drive is April 12, and seniors can attempt to donate to qualify for the scholarship.
Prom Tickets On Sale — The Seminole Ridge Class of 2020 invites all juniors and seniors at the school to “Meet Me at the Masquerade” on April 27 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Kravis Center. Tickets are limited and on sale every Thursday and Friday in the cafeteria throughout April. Prices are $100 on April 11 and 12, and they increase to $110 after April 12.
College Fair — The Western Communities College and Career Fair will be held Monday, April 22 from 6 to 8 p.m., hosted by Palm Beach Central High School in the school auditorium. School counselors from Seminole Ridge will be there. It is never too early to start planning for college and a career. Students in all grade levels and their parents are invited to attend this important event. You will have the opportunity to meet with college, university and armed forces representatives, as well as learn about completing the FAFSA application and Bright Futures requirements.