Stillwater Area High School Newsletter for Week of November 12, 2018

SAHS E-Newsletter

November 16, 2018


National Signing Day

letters of intent

A record 13 student-athletes from Stillwater Area High School signed their National Letters of Intent to play at Division I and II colleges and universities! Congratulations! We'll be cheering you on as you take your games to the next level. Watch the video.


Students volunteer at Metro Deaf School

sign language volunteers

Students in American Sign Language II recently volunteered at Metro Deaf School's Annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser. They not only helped out a good cause, they also practiced their skills and learned about Deaf culture at the same time.


Holiday performances

orchestra

Experience something special this holiday season with Stillwater Area High School music concerts! Hear your holiday favorites performed by the high school's top choir, orchestra and band ensembles. From 12 Days of Christmas to Handel's Messiah, we have something for everyone. Make SAHS concerts part of your holiday tradition!

December 2: Holiday Band Concert
December 10: Holiday C
hoir Concert
December 13: Holiday Orchestra Concert
December 16-17: Winter Concert

Ticket information


Da Vinci Fest project ideas are due December 15

If your budding scientist, artist, upcycler, writer or film maker is planning to showcase their work at Da Vinci Fest in January, be sure they submit their project ideas by Dec. 15.  Students in grades 4-12 are encouraged to participate. Check out more information about the categories, project guidelines, and prizes for winning entries online.

Mark your calendars: The 11th annual Da Vinci Fest is Saturday, Jan. 5 at Stillwater Area High School.

Da Vinci

Let’s Talk: Helping kids kick a nicotine habit

Although the rate of youth e-cigarette use had been increasing, more and more teens are recognizing the addictive nature of e-cigarettes and are looking to quit vape. November 15 marked the Great American Smokeout – an annual intervention event by the American Cancer Society that encourages those who smoke (or vape) to make a plan to quit.

Here are are two free resources available to assist teens in quitting vape:

If your child uses e-cigarettes, encourage them to quit and offer to explore the above resources with them. Want to learn more? Email our Chemical Health Specialist Julia Geigle or call 651.351.8198.