George Stevens Academy Bulletin for Sunday, March 29, 2015
Employment Opportunities The Surry General Store (not the food store) is looking for part-time help after school and full-time for summer. If interested, call Peter or Pam Brown at 664-6100. They are willing to train someone who has a good work ethic.
Babysitter need for a new family in Blue Hill. Afternoon of 4/17 and 4/18. Will be responsible for watching a 4 year old girl while her grandmother is home. If interested see Mrs. Strehan in the office. This is a good opportunity to gain future work.
Host Families Needed for April Vacation: The Residential Life Program is looking for host families for April vacation. The dorms will be closed from 5pm on Friday, April 17th until noon on Sunday, April 26th. If you are interested in having a student stay with your family, please contact Kathy Pelletier at email@example.com. Your help would be greatly appreciated!
Juniors who wish to take the SAT on April 15th, you must register online by April 1st . Please see Ms. Garfield if you have any questions.
College Admissions Presentation April 1st for all students and their parents
On April 1st at 6pm (in the music room) there will be a presentation for students and their parents: "College Admissions: How Do Colleges Really Choose Students?" by Wendy Thompson. Wendy Thompson served on the admissions staff at Bowdoin College for 12 years and has worked with other colleges and high schools in both admissions and in college planning.
Spanish Club Chocolate Bar Sale
The Spanish Club is holding its annual chocolate bar sale. They are available from Spanish Club members, in the office or in Señora Zapata's and Señora Buckingham's classroom. The Spanish Club supports an effort or organization annually that benefits the hispanic community. Funds in the past have supported the Hancock County Medical Mission to Ecuador, a Bangor Mission that supports a school in El Salvador, a war torn Mexican town that a GSA parent supports and shared with us, and this year we hope to support an organization that Liza Moore is involved with in Guatemala. Muchas Gracias for your support!
Tennis tryouts will begin on Monday, March 29th weather permitting.
Looking for some student volunteers to help with community suppers at The North Sedgwick Baptist Church. These meals are on the second and last Friday of the month. Could use a clean up crew between 6:30 and 8:00. Please contact Tammie Fox at 479-5397. Thank You.