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    This announcement is for those students who plan on attending this year’s Homecoming Dance. Tickets for the dance, at a cost of $25.00 each.

    • On Tuesday, October 6th, only Seniors will be able to purchase tickets.
    • On Wednesday, October 7th, only Seniors and Juniors will be able to buy tickets.
    • On Thursday, October 8th, only Juniors and Sophomores will be able to purchase tickets. 
    • On Friday, October 9th, only Sophomores and Freshmen, as well as all pre-approved non-Naples HS students will be able to buy their tickets. 
    • Homecoming dance tickets will not be sold after Friday, October 9th

    Tickets will be sold in the auditorium DURING the lunch period only and only to those students who are not on the obligation list. If you even THINK you might be on the obligation list, you should check it immediately using your DESTINY account. All obligations must be paid through Mrs. Gatis in Student Services in Building One. Don’t wait until the days your class can purchase a ticket to take care of your obligation(s.) 

    All students, regardless of grade, must have a valid picture ID to purchase a homecoming ticket.  

    For those students who plan on bringing a non-Naples HS student date to the dance. Your completed and approved Non-NHS Student Homecoming Dance Application must be on file in the NHS activities office in Building One before you will be able to buy that student’s ticket. Applications have been available in the activities office for the past two weeks and are due to be returned not later than next Friday, October 2nd before 3 PM. Please note, it will take you some time to get the required signatures for the form to be properly completed. 

    The most important thing is this: If you plan on attending the Homecoming Dance, plan ahead!

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ENN school news for Friday, October 2nd  

  • Congratulations to the 2015 Homecoming Court! The following students will be on this year’s homecoming court: 
    Freshmen: Jonelys Lazo and Malcolm Wallace
    Sophomores: Marissa Barbina and Wooby Theork
    Juniors Avrie Rapp and Reggie Pierre
    Seniors: Brinna Gill, Taylor Williams, Jenna Zimmerman, Anna Gallagher, Megan Sullivan, Mackenzie Black, Jaret LaCagnina, Alex Lexxa, Bobby Schuster, Jon Theorbald, Carlin Fils-Aime, and Tyler Bird.
    All students on this year’s court must meet Monday in room 2-111 (that’s Mrs. Swingley’s room) at 2:15 for an informational meeting concerning your court responsibilities. Congratulations again to all court representatives! 
  • Sophomores, pre-order your class t-shirt at lunch in front of building 3 by Mrs. Lawson’s and Mr. Poulopoulos’ room. Pre-orders will be today, Monday and Tuesday. 
  • JSA members, in today’s meeting in Coach Smith’s room, members will debate if giving vaccinations to every student should be mandatory for students who attend public schools. Make sure you’re at today’s meeting. 
  • Senior pre-order t-shirts will take place in room 6-103. The cost is $15. The last day to preorder your shirt is next Wednesday. You must pre-order with Mrs. Perez in room 6-103 or Mrs. Rosenblum in room 6- 203. You must have exact change when making your purchase. 
  • All Juniors/Seniors and your parents, the NHS counseling and curriculum departments will host the “Annual Post- Secondary Planning Night” on Monday in the NHS auditorium.  The Advanced Studies presentation for Juniors and their parents will begin at 6 PM. The Post-Secondary Planning presentation for Juniors and Seniors and their parents will begin at 6:30 PM.  
  • Monday is Crazy Socks Day at NHS. Be sure to wear crazy socks to show your support for Down Syndrome Awareness. By wearing the socks, you are making a statement that everyone is different and should be celebrated. Rock your Socks! 
  • Key Club members, stop by room 8-106 during lunch to pay your dues. Remember, dues must be turned in BY THE END OF THE DAY TODAY. Go to Mrs. Morton’s room today during lunch to turn in your dues. 
  • THE PRO SHOP IS OPEN TODAY!  Check out the merchandise you can trade for your PRO tickets during lunch.  The Pro Shop is kicking off this school year with a drawing for Homecoming tickets. Ten PRO tickets will buy you one chance. They will draw for the tickets after lunch today, so take a chance and get your tickets in the PRO shop during lunch. 
  • The annual fall blood drive for Naples High School takes place next Wednesday. All students age 16 and older and staff are invited to donate blood. For each donation made, three lives are saved!!! Students, in order to be eligible to donate blood, you must pick up a parent consent form during lunch today from the table in front of the Media Center. This paper needs to be signed by your parents and returned to the front office or Ms. Smarge’s room 2-213 by this Monday. 
  • The Junior Class Officers will take orders today for class t-shirts during lunch between buildings 4 and 5. It’s the last day to order. The next pep rally is next Thursday, and only those wearing the shirt will be able to say they represent the Junior Class at Naples High. 
  • Two colleges are visiting Naples High today during lunch, Davidson College in North Carolina will be in the Counseling Conference Room and Bentley University of Massachusettes will be in the Activities Conference Room. 
  • Tonight promises to be another big night of varsity football action. The Golden Eagles play at Golden Gate and fans are reminded that kickoff for tonight’s game is 7 PM – NOT 7:30 PM as we are accustomed to here at NHS. Don’t be late and go out to the Gate tonight and cheer on the Golden Eagles. 
  • The NHS girls Volleyball team won last night in a 5-game match at Palmetto Ridge, in a loud, spirited and aggressive crowd that included a band. The girls are having a great winning season so far. Several players are positioned to break records. Last night, Jenna Alderuccio started off the record-breaking efforts in breaking the school kill record with 27! Laura Boll and Francesca Keyes are in a position to do the same. The girls will spend today preparing for next week as they play at Seacrest and also HOST Barron Collier here Tuesday for “Pretty in Pink Night.” Again, congratulations to Jenna Alderuccio on setting a historic record and doing it with swag.  
  • In golf, the Naples High girls defeated Palmetto Ridge and Lely yesterday. Naples was led by Emily Black with a 40, Daniella Brito a 47, Samantha Axline a 48, and Isabella Dorobanti  with a 50. 
  • Girls Soccer tryouts will be this coming Monday at 6:30 on the rear athletic field by the baseball field.