Morning Announcements 11/5/12

One of the best ways to prepare for a career in tourism or the travel industry is one the Alaska Railroad. If you’re already thinking ahead and looking for valuable work skills, join us at our annual HIgh School Student Tour Guide Training.Open house,friends and family and high school students are welcome. So climb aboard the railroad and become a track star. Thursday, November 29 7PM @ King Career Center

Those interested in trying out for basketball cheerleading, please meet in RELO #7 at 2:10 on Monday. Please be sure to have your physical and other required paperwork turned into the activities office. Your coach will be Mrs. Doxsee.

ALL boys interested in playing basketball please attend pre-season informational meeting Tuesday, November 6th, right after school in A213

Share some of that blood you are caring around. You can make more . Someone is coming on Friday to pick it up. Make an appointment in the commons Tuesday!

Make Dimond Night Live continue its tradition. First meeting is Monday the 5th, 2nd lunch in room 112 see Mrs. Stutzer with questions.

Congrats to our Dimond volleyball team for becoming Region Champs this past weekend. Also to Janelle Feller, Leah Swiss, Sierra Afoa, Anastasia LaVern-Tosi, Bobbye Pendleton and Aaliyah Lewis for being selected to the all conference team. Good luck at state ladies!

Congrats to our girls swimming and diving team for their second place finish at the state tournament this past weekend at Bartlett. Also, a big congrats to our boys team for taking first place winning the state title. WAY TO GO DIMOND!

Congrats to all of our Dimond athletes for their superior performance over the weekend. Way to represent!

ATTENTION JUNIORS: Please remember to bring your student ID or State issued ID for the Workeys test tomorrow. You will report to your assigned testing room at 7:30am.

Congrats to the Dimond High School rifle team for their 7-0 victory this past weekend against Chugiak High School and setting a new Dimond HIgh School A-team record. Reniel Aljibe shot a 294 out of 300 possible points, followed by his team mates Nathan Hussong firing a 289,Chelsy Devon’s and Madeline Friedl’s 286 for  team total of 1155, breaking the old Dimond record set in 2008 of 1152.

Varsity Hockey cheerleaders please meet in Relo 5 during lunch.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL CHEER…

There is an important meeting in Relo 7 at 2:10 with your coach, Mrs. Doxsee. Even if you don’t have your paperwork in, please come to the meeting. We are representing a team at the Great Alaska Shootout and need to begin practices. If you want to have a lot of fun, watch some great college basketball and represent Dimond, cone to the meeting today.

NO SPORTS TODAY