SBHS News For April 25

Board of Education Student Representative Sophia Balsamo

In Performing Arts, the Spring concerts are set for May 12, and 17-19.

May 17 will feature the Orchestras and the Choirs, May 18 the Bands, and Percussion on May 19.

The spring musical is next week, May 5-7th!

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Come out and see Sondheim and Lapine’s classic show “Into the Woods” starring SBHS’s finest.

Trust me, this is one show you don’t want to miss.

In Guidance, April 28 is College and Career night for all students and parents.

More than 50 colleges will be in attendance and a number of career workshops will be available throughout the night.

In Athletics, the South Brunswick Viking Athletic Club will be hosting Hall of Fame Inductions for the class of 2016.

 It will take place this Sunday May 1at 11:30 a.m.

We will be inducting from the graduating class of 2006 Alicia Langone for Field Hockey, Basketball, and Softball, Vincent Davidson for Football, Jessica Mastronardi for Soccer, Basketball, and Softball, and Justin Del Piano for Wrestling and Track and Field.

We will also be inducting Mark Ziminski as a coach for Soccer and Lacrosse.

Tournament season has begun, with Boys Tennis placing third in the GMCs.

Track has the next tournament, the GMC Coaches Relays on May 3-4, followed by Girls Golf’s tournament on May 5.

Softball currently has a record of 8-2, so keep up the streak, ladies!

And in Activities, last week was spirit week, and the Sophomores reigned victorious, taking home the Spirit Cup in a last second victory of Hungry Hippos.

That’s right, our Spring Pep rally was new-and-improved, thanks to the hard work and effort of our Student Council, and featured a number of competitions, including Class vs Class Hungry Hungry Hippos, Boys Lacrosse vs Girls Lacrosse tug-of-war, and a Volleyball egg toss.

Election applications are available in activities!

If you’re interested in joining Student Government through either the Class Councils or Student Councils, please pick one up and fill it out immediately.

GSA held its annual Day of Silence to great participation.

SBEarth held their annual Coffeehouse, and featured a number of talented performers, JSA attended their State Conference.

TSA competed at TCNJ and won awards in the Fashion category, and are headed to Nationals. The X-STEM and Computer Science Club held the first ever SBHS Hackathon, where students spent the night locked in the school coding their very own programs.

Quill Club’s Night of Poetry will be this Tuesday at 7 p.m., featuring SBHS’s best poets.

Join us for a night of words and slamming’ poetry.

Tickets are $6 at the door and include pizza and a drink.

This Thursday is Wear Blue to support Autism Awareness!

Make sure to stop by a cart rolling through the cafeterias to purchase sunglasses, t-shirts, lanyards, and more, or even just make a donation.

All proceeds will benefit the Life Skills program at the high school.

That’s what’s happening at the high school.

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