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THE SETON BULLETIN

THE SETON BULLETIN

Monday, December 5, 2011

LIBRARY CLOSINGS

Monday, 12/5:

Tuesday, 12/6:

Wednesday, 12/7:

Thursday, 12/8:

Friday, 12/9:

1 st Hour – English – Ms. Zellers

2 nd Hour – English – Ms. Zellers

After School – Seton Council

1 st Hour – English – Ms. Dryer

3/1 (Lunch) – English – Ms. Zellers

3/2 (Lunch) – English – Ms. Zellers

4 th Hour – English – Ms. Zellers

2 nd Hour – History – Mrs. McGillicuddy

5 th Hour - History - Mrs. McGillicuddy

4 th Hour – Mrs. McGillicuddy

2 nd Hour – History – Mrs. McGillicuddy

After School – Sign Language

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Announcements

Gift Of Giving

This Advent, Seton is partnering with Emerson House Apartments to bring

Bladensburg families food donations. Emerson House is an apartment complex

right around the corner from Seton that houses low income senior citizens. The

collection drive, called "The Gift of Giving,” collects from their own residents and

they’ve asked us to help donate so they can put together food baskets for 75

families in the Bladensburg area.

Please support the Gift of Giving drive by bringing in canned and boxed food

items to the bin located in the Upper Student Lobby. These items can include

canned and boxed goods like yams, mac and cheese, stuffing, corn bread mix,

cranberry sauce, etc. We will collect food until Friday, December 9th. We know

this is one request among many during this Advent season, but we appreciate your

generosity!

Math Department Study Groups

The Math Department study groups will meet with Mrs. Puffett in room 101

from 7:30 am to 8:00 am:

Algebra 1 will meet on Tuesday – 7:30am – 8:00 am

Algebra 2 will meet on Wednesday – 7:30 am – 8:00 am

Geometry will meet on Thursday – 7:30 am – 8:00 am

Lost and Found

Please come to the bookstore to claim your lost items today!

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Guidance News

There will also be an Annual HBCU Spring College Tour from Sunday, April 1,

2012 to Wednesday, April 4, 2012 hosted by Suited 4 Success. The following

universities and colleges to be visited include, Spelman College, Clark Atlanta

University, Morehouse College, North Carolina A & T University, North Carolina

Central University, Virginia State University, Hampton University and Norfolk

State University. Registration for this tour opens December 9, 2011. The tour will

cost $450.00, including transportation, hotel accommodations, breakfast, lunch and

1 night of dinner within the price.

For more information on any one of these tours, please visit

www.suited4success.org or contact Regina Robinson at (301) 237-3775.

University of Maryland-College Park is offering their Young Scholars Program

from July 8-27, 2012. This is a selective pre-college program with opportunities

for course field trips, guest speakers and to earn college credit. More information

can be found on Naviance or contacting Mr. Eric Johnson at ysp@umd.edu or on

(301) 405-7762.

Syracuse University School of Architecture is seeking young women of color

interested in pursuing a 5 yr. professional degree in Architecture. Contact: Mark

Robbins, Dean School of Architecture, 201 Slocum Hall, Syracuse, NY 13244-

1250 (315) 443-256 or www.soa.syr.edu/indes.php.

Harvard University meets the full academic need of families of qualifying

students if their income meets their guidelines (income less than $125,000 per

year). Visit www.fao.fas.harvard.edc or call (617) 495-1581.

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