Please visit the Infinite Campus page for the day to see the regularly posted Morning Announcements.

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DETENTION: Ms. Nichols in Room 142.

JAZZ BAND: All jazz band students are reminded to turn in your polo shirt to Mr. Marro as soon as possible.

LIBRARY: All library materials are due today.

WEIGHT ROOM: Will be open tomorrow after school.

BIKE RODEO: Bath Bike Rodeo and Family Safety Day is this Saturday from 10:00-1:00 at the Bath Rec. Dept. behind St. Mary’s Church off Lincoln Street. Bring your bike and helmet for the rodeo and for bike and helmet safety inspections. Tune ups will be provided by Bath Cycle. There will be a Bath Police K-9 demonstration at 11:30. There will be an obstacle course to encourage and develop safe bicycling habits.

SENIORS: Don’t forget to check the marching partner list posted in the lobby and on the auditorium doors. Make sure you check the list of accuracy and make sure you return all books and pay all debts before next Tuesday.

DANCE CREW: Try-outs for Universal Dance Crew are this Sunday from 10:00-11:30 at Universe Gym. Please be prompt.

ALUMNI BANQUET: Seniors are reminded that you may pick up your Alumni Banquet tickets from Mrs. Connors.

CAFETERIA TRAYS: If you have some or notice some hanging around, please return them to the cafeteria.

STUDENTS: AP 11 Language and Composition for the 2012-2013 class, there will be a meeting on Thursday, June 7th at 2:05 in Room 208.

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DETENTION: Mrs. Nalls in Room 140.

LIBRARY: Library materials must be turned in by Thursday of this week.

WEIGHT ROOM: Will be open today and Friday.

CONCERT: The music department would like to invite everyone and their uncle to tonight’s concert. It will be held in the theater starting at 7:00 PM featuring the Morse High School Conert Band and Concert Choir. Please join us for a reception after the show in the cafeteria.

BIKE RODEO: Bath Bike Rodeo and Family Safety Day is this Saturday from 10:00-1:00 at the Bath Parks and Rec. Dept. behind St. Mary’s Church off Lincoln Street. Bring your bike and helmet for the rodeo and for bike and helmet safety inspections and tune ups provided by Bath Cycle. There will be a Bath Police K-9 demonstration at 11:30. There will also be an obstacle course to encourage and develop safe bicycling habits.

SENIORS: The marching partner list is posted in the lobby office and on the auditorium doors. Also, make sure you have returned all books and paid all debts before marching practice begins.

STUDENTS: Try-outs for Universal Dance Crew is this Sunday, June 3rd arom 10:00-11:30 at the Universe Gym. Please be prompt.

STUDENTS: The following students are asked to report to the lobby office: Gabrielle Goodenow, Jordan Lang, Sara Minott, Jorden Mitchell, Brittany Moore, Robert Pelletier, Lauren Quimby, Zach Quimby, Bryanna Ringrose, Hannah Russell, Aubrey Schutt, Haley Scott, Tanner Scott, Quinn Snow, Cody Snyder, Christina Stuart, Max Unkenholz, Whitney Wallace, Casey Watson and Albin Werwaiss.

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SENIORS: Today is the last day to turn in your release forms for Project Graduation.

LIBRARY: Reminder that all library materials are due back to the library by Thursday, May 31st.

SPRING CONCERT: The Morse band and chorus will host the spring concert next Wednesday, May 30th at 7:00 PM in the Montgomery Theater with a reception to follow.

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DETENTION: Mrs. Boubel in Room 135.

SENIORS: Time is running out for you to get your release forms for Project Graduation returned to the guidance office. The deadline is tomorrow.

LIBRARY: All library materials are due no later than May 31st.

STUDENTS: Paul Johnson, a graduate of Morse, is running to represent Bath in the State Legislature. He received a great education at Morse, allowing him to attend some of the best colleges and universities in the country. As you study hard for final exams so that you are able to continue your studies, he hopes all of you who are 17 years old and become 18 by the General Election on November 6th, will exercise your right to vote in the Democratic Primary on June 12th and to approve the school budget. The polls are open until 8:00 PM. If you are not already registered at City Hall to vote, you may register at the polls at the Bath Middle School on June 12th. Your vote counts!!!!

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DETENTION: Mrs. Moore in Room 112.

SENIORS: You are reminded that if you are participating in Project Graduation, you need to have a release form signed and turned in to guidance by this Friday.

CHEER CAMP: Meeting tonight from 6:00-6:30 in the library for summer cheer camp.

TRACK: Reminder to all non-qualified track athletes to get your uniforms to Mr. Guest this week. Also, there is a BMS meet today that all track athletes are expected to help out with starting at 3:15.

LIBRARY: All library materials are due no later than May 31st. Thank you for your cooperation.

LIBRARY: The library will be closed today.

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DETENTION: Mrs. McDonald in Room 133.

DRIVER ED.: Reminder that Driver Ed. sign-up is today in Mrs. Dysart’s office. We will sign up from 7:00-2:00 today.

VOLUNTEERS: Reminder that volunteers are needed to help with Alumni Weekend the weekend of June 8th. If available, see Mrs. Trundy in guidance.

SENIORS: Reminder that if you are participating in Project Graduation, you need to pick up a release form in the guidance office.

CHEER CAMP: There will be a summer cheer camp meeting in the library on Wednesday evening from 6:00-6:30.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Meeting on Wednesday morning at 8:20 in Room 140.

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DETENTION: Mr. Marro in the Music Room.

DRIVER ED.: Reminder that sign-up is tomorrow from 7:00-2:00 in Mrs. Dysart’s office.

VOLUNTEERS: The Alumni Association is looking for volunteers to help out on Alumni Weekend in June. If you can spare an hour or two on the weekend of June 8th, see Mrs. Trundy in guidance. You do not need to sign-up for every event. Say yes to those things with which you know you can help.

SENIORS: If you are participating in Project Graduation, you will need to pick up a release form in the guidance office.

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DETENTION: Mrs. Simpson in Room 104.

SENIOR TEA: Last reminder that the Senior Tea will be held on Sunday from 2:00-3:30 at the Cosmopolitan Club on Washington Street. All seniors and guests are invited.

DRIVER ED.: Sign-up will be Tuesday, May 22nd from 7:00-2:00 in Mrs. Dysart’s office. Sign-up is on a first come, first served basis.

VOLUNTEERS: Bath boasts the oldest, largest and most active public high school alumni association in the country. Alumni weekend is a great event that celebrates all graduates of Morse High School. In order to have the event be a success, the Alumni Association needs the help of Morse High School student volunteers. If you are an underclassman and can spare an hour or two the weekend of June 8th, please see Mrs. Trundy in guidance or please complete a form in guidance if you are able to help out. You do not need to sign-up to help with every event. Say yes only to those things with which you know you can help.

SENIORS: If you are participating in Project Graduation, you will need to pick up a release form in the guidance office.

SENIORS: Today is the last day to sign up for marching partners. If you have not done so and would like to choose your marching partner, you need to have your sign up sheet to Mrs. Connors today.

ARCHITECTURE CLASS: Mrs. Cygan’s Block 3 Architecture Class should report to the following rooms: Alec Beverdige, Drew Ceglinski, Tim Custer, Jon Grasser, Tim Hummer and Cody Marenius should report to Mrs. Crowe in Room 219; Chad Bonti, Mike Corbett, Keegan Drouin, Clayton Hennin, Tristan Kiffer and Alex Small should report to Mr. Rackmales in Room 216; Charlie Brown, Matt Cressey, Josh Dunning, Zach Holbrook, Zach Kingsbury and Cody Yelland should report to Mrs. Davis in Room 122.

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DETENTION: Mr. Hemdal in Room 25.

SENIOR TEA: Sunday from 2:00-3:30 at the Cosmopolitan Club.

DRIVER’S ED.: Sign-up is Tuesday, May 22nd, 7:00-2:00 in Mrs. Dysart’s office.

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