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Posted on 01/18/2019
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JANUARY 18, 2019

Throughout the year Hononegah Community High School recognizes the contributions of diverse people through announcements of Admirable Americans. For us, every month is African American History Month, and Women’s History Month, and Hispanic Heritage Month, and Asian Pacific Heritage Month, and so on. Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King as an Admirable American. Dr. King helped organize the March on Washington, a peaceful political rally designed to shed light on the injustices African Americans continued to face across the country. The march culminated in King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. King employed spirited and masterful rhetoric in a powerful call for peace and equality. King envisioned a future in which “this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.'” Time magazine named King Man of the Year, and in 1964 he became the youngest person ever awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

 

Congratulations to the Hononegah Math Team on the impressive win in last nights NIATM Invitational at Rockford University.  Since the competition began Hononegah has won their division - and this makes it a 14 consecutive year victory.

Come to Cinematics Club in Mrs. Robinson's room 1434 at 3:30 pm on Friday, January 18 where we will be viewing the gripping tale of artificial intelligence, Ex Machina. Permission slips are required.

Page Turners Literary Enthusiasts: we meet Friday, January 18 in room 2405 at 3:25 pm.  Please bring the book that was loaned to you over winter break and be prepared to discuss it with the lender and the group.  Snacks are always welcome; hope to see you there!

Stand Up to Cancer Club members are working the concessions on Friday, January 18. Please stop in room 2415 to sign up for your time slot.  We start at 4:30 pm. See you all there to work your time.

Any boys that are interested in playing on the winter volleyball league please see Ms. Libby  in room 1327 or Mr. Curran in room 2004 to sign up to play.

Juniors and seniors are invited to attend the Martin Luther King Jr Breakfast tomorrow ( Saturday, January 19) at Rockford University at 9:00 AM.  This breakfast is free, but you must sign up in advance in the SSS office if you want to attend. At the time you sign up, you will receive information on the event.  Juniors who attend will receive information on a college scholarship that they can apply for next year.

Students interested in engineering are invited to learn how you can get an engineering degree from Northern Illinois University while attending classes on the campus of Rock Valley College. This information session will be offered on Wednesday, February 13 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Rock Valley College. To register, visit go.niu.edu/niuatrvccareers

Juniors interested in a career in journalism are reminded that they can apply for an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. in June.  Stop by the SSS Office to pick up information on the Al Neuharth Journalism Conference in the Scholarship Drawer.

Interested in honoring our World War II and Korean War veterans, and Rosie-the-Riveters?  Vets Roll is an organization who has a mission to thank and pay tribute to these heroes by transporting them to Washington, D.C.  If you would like to volunteer to help these vets on the next trip from May 19-22, 2019, please pick up and return an application to the District Office no later than January 18. You must be 18 years old by the date of the trip.

Lunch: Stir Fry Chicken & Veggies over Rice or Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans/Baby Carrots (Carrot Cake Day is Sunday, February 3. Please mark your calendars for this joyous event. This event is only 15 days away.)