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OCTOBER
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Ryan Disneys Word of the Week
  • Munificent adjective
  • -very generous
  • Emily is always munificent to her friends,
    giving her love advice consistently.

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DAYS UNTIL GRADUATION
  • 136
  • Keep it up Titans!
  • GOOOOOOOOOOOO SENIORS

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SENIOR PICTURES!
  • All seniors who have taken pictures can come to
    all lunches TODAY to pick which photo they would
    like in the yearbook.
  • ALSO, November 10th is the ABSOLUTE LAST CHANCE
    for makeup senior pictures and will be NO more
    opportunities after this!

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ATTENTION!
  • Congratulations to Reina Pozo for qualifying for
    the Womens State Golf Tournament. She will be
    competing _at_ Pinehurts on Monday Tuesday. Good
    luck Reina!!

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We appreciate all you do, Lunch Ladies, for
serving us good food with a smile! Students,
have Titan pride and keep the cafeteria clean!
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TITANIUM YEARBOOKS
The 2015 Titanium Yearbook is ON SALE! Get it for
70 for a limited time! The price WILL go up
soon. Hurry and get yours today in room 506
during lunch or online at www.yearbookordercenter.
com with code 15814!
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HOPEWELL HOOLIGANS
  • Follow _at_HdubHooligan on twitter for updates about
    the Hopewell Hooligans!

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PRO Martial Arts
  • PRO Martial Arts (near Northlake Mall) is hiring
    Assistant Instructors
  • You must have a high rank to be considered
  • See the CTE bulletin board for more details

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Dance Team Fundraiser
  • The Hopewell Dance Team will be selling
    Attractions Dining and Value Guides starting in
    October. They cost 20 and pay for themselves
    after 2 uses. There are thousands of dollars in
    local savings, and are full of coupons. Stop by
    room 847 to purchase one. The proceeds will help
    the Dance team fundraise for their Spring
    Competition!

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Foreign Exchange Program
  • If you would like to be a host for a foreign
    exchange student or if you would like to learn
    more about the opportunity to travel to Japan,
    please see Mrs. Conner in Student Services!

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Womens Lacrosse
  • There will be workouts every Wednesday at the
    HAP field in Huntersville _at_ 330-500. There will
    be another interest meeting soon, so stay tuned!
    New players are welcome!!

14
SAT Prep and Math Prep
  • For math assistance download Wolfram Alpha from
    the app store.
  • For SAT vocabulary Prep download Mind Snacks from
    the app store.

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  • All meetings are mandatory
  • Meetings Oct. 20th and 27th (each 230-330) in
    room 504
  • Rehearsal dates Nov. 3rd and 10th (230-until)
  • MANDATORY Dress Rehearsal Nov. 17th (6pm-until)

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TEACHERS
  • Teachers letting your recycle bin run over, this
    is the procedure you should follow
  • Send a responsible student with bin to rollout.
    The rollouts are located at each workroom except
    900. they are located in stairwells.
  • Dump bin into rollout and return empty bin to
    class.
  • The custodian assigned to that area will then
    take rollout to recycle dumpster.
  • Empty rollout will then be returned to proper
    location.

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WOMENS SOCCER
  • If you are interested in playing Womens Soccer
    this year, please stop by and see Coach Bolar in
    room 903!

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  • DO YOU HAVE ANY COOL
  • SPIRIT WEEK PICTURES
  • AND WANT THEM IN THE YEAR BOOK?
  • STOP BY ROOM 506 TO SHARE!

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ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS
  • EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY!
  • On Friday nights, after any sporting events, the
    Cookout lobby will close at 1000 PM and the
    doors will be locked. The drive-thru will remain
    open for business.
  • Cookout will be posting NO LOITERING signs on
    their property and have signed an Authorization
    to Act Form giving Huntersville Police
    authorization to act on their property
  • Failure to comply will result in being arrested

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Fisk University Club Information Session
  • Saturday, November 8, 2014
  • RSVP by Nov. 1ST!
  • For this event they will be looking to talk with
    their students in grades 9-12 and with their
    parents, school counselors, school coaches,
    community leaders
  • Upperclassmen are asked to bring ACT/SAT scores,
    letters of recommendation.

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Mens basketball tryouts
  • Junior varsity (9th-10th grade)
  • Oct 29 430-615pm
  • Oct 30 230-415pm
  • Varsity (11th-12th grade)
  • Oct 29 600-800pm
  • Oct 30 230-530pm

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COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP INFO
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CABJ and School of Journalism and Mass
Communication
  • The Carolina Association of Black Journalists and
    the School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    at UNC Chapel Hill will host a one-day event for
    minority high school students interested in
    journalism
  • Talented sophomores, juniors, and seniors
    involved with school publication or other media
    are encouraged to apply
  • When Saturday, Nov. 8th
  • Where School of Journalism and Mass
    Communication on the UNC-CH campus
  • The postmark priority deadline for applications
    is Nov. 1st
  • Email Elise McGlothian at mcglothi_at_live.unc.edu
    for more information

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University of Tennessee Volunteer Scholarships
  • UT has created a newly defined scholarship
    program for outstanding volunteers
  • Need to have a minimum of 3.8 weighted UT core
    GPA and a super scored SAT or ACT.
  • Students must meet the December 1st regular
    admission deadline.

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South Carolina State University
  • Recruitment Session designed to help students and
    their parents gather information about
    opportunities at SCSU
  • Who Prospective SCSU students and parents
  • When Thursday, November 20, 2014
  • Where Friendship Missionary Baptist Church 3301
    Beatties Ford Road, Charlotte, North Carolina
    28216

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Discover The Citadel
  • Discover the Citadel will be held on Friday
    afternoon, October 31st _at_ 1230.
  • If you would like to know more about the Citadel
    experience, you should plan to come!

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Central Piedmont Community College
  • CPCC Representative, Connor Deason will be in the
    Career Center and at some lunches to talk with
    students individually and in small groups about
    attending CPCC if you would like to make an
    appointment for one of the following dates
    November 12th _at_ 930-11 December 10th _at_ 930.
  • Mr. Deason will also hold a regular College visit
    on Oct. 29 at 930. Students must register in
    student services.

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Burger King Scholars Program
  • High school seniors can apply to receive a
    scholarship. Applicants must have a cumulative
    GPA of 2.5 and a plan to enroll full time for the
    2015-2016 academic year.
  • DEADLINE TO APPLY DECEMBER 15th
  • Go to www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/WhatWeD/scholar
    sprogram

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ATTENTION 9TH, 10TH, 11TH Graders
  • UNC Chapel Hill will be holding its annual
    Catalyst Conference brings a select group of 100
    high school students from across North Carolina
    to UNC Chapel Hill for a weekend-long exploration
    of social justice issues.
  • If you are interested in applying to attend
    please EMAIL or see Ms. Stone in student
    services. The deadline is Saturday, November
    15th, 2014 at 5 pm

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Assistance League of Charlotte Scholarship
  • Are you looking for scholarship money?
  • Have a minimum weighted GPA of 3.0?
  • Are you planning to attend one of the 16 campuses
    of the University of North Carolina?
  • Scored a minimum combined total score of 1500 or
    minimum of 21 on ACT?
  • This scholarships, not exceeding 10,000,
    provides funding towards tuition, room and board,
    required fees and books for freshman year at one
    of the campuses.
  • The 2015 application is online at
    www.charlotte.assistanceleague.org
  • Return all paperwork to Ms. Conner by 2/18

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Charlotte Queen City Chapter
  • The Charlotte Queen City Chapter of North
    Carolina Agriculture and Technical State
    University Alumni Association has established a
    scholarship program for the student(s) attending
    North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State
    University. There will four 500 awards to
    incoming freshman. All applicantions must be
    received by March 31st to be considered for this
    scholarship. Students must has a GPA of 3.0 and
    must live in Charlotte Metro area. Visit
    aggie.scholarships_at_yahoo.com

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Create A Greeting Card Scholarship
  • The Gallery Collection would like to announce
    its 8th Annual Create-A-Greeting-Card 10,000
    Scholarship Contest. We are offering students a
    chance to win 10,000 towards their education plus
    a 1,000 award for their school. Entering the
    contest is easy! Students must submit a unique
    photo, piece or artwork, or a computer graphic
    design made into an actual card to be sold in the
    line. To learn more, visit
  • http//gallerycollection.com/greeting-cards-schola
    rship.htm

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WTS Transportation YOU High School Scholarship
  • WTS fosters the development of women and girls in
    the transportation field by encouraging bright
    new professionals and students to undertake
    careers in the area of transportation. One way it
    does this is by awarding the transportation YOU
    High School Scholarship to girls pursing high
    school studies in science, math, technology,
    engineering and math.
  • The WTS transportation YOU High School
    Scholarship is 1,000. The MINIMUM criteria for
    selection are
  • Applicant must be a high school senior
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Currently studing math, science, and technology
  • Considering a career in a transportation field

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QUEST WHOLE PERSON SCHOLARSHIP
  • Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma
    sponsors the Quest Whole Persons Scholarship.
    This scholarship recognizes students committed to
    achieving excellence academically, physically,
    and spiritually. Awards range from 5,000
    -20,000 per year. If you are applying to Oral
    Roberts and would like to be nominated, please
    see Mrs. Conner in Student Services.

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Lenoir-Rhyne Teaching Scholars Scholarship
  • LR is recruiting exemplary high school seniors to
    receive this prestigious scholarship and to
    develop the skills to become effective teacher
    leaders for the public schools. Applications are
    being accepted now and spaces are limited!
    Seniors should apply at edu.lr.edu/teachingscholar
    s
  • Deadline is Jan. 10, 2015

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Colonial Dames of America National Essay Contest
  • Students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades, who
    are not previous winners are eligible to enter.
    Winners receive a scholarship to attend the
    week-long Congressional Seminar Workshop held in
    Washington D.C. in June 2015. For more info and
    online registration, visit www.nscda.org
  • Deadline is Nov. 28th 2014!

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Auger Auger Disabled Scholar Award
  • Auger and Auger Attorneys at Law are proud to
    support the disabled students of America with the
    launch of their Semi-Annual Auger Auger
    Disabled Scholar Award. Applicants will be judged
    based on their academic merits as well as the
    content of the application and essay they
    provide. To apply go to www.augerlaw.com/disabled-
    scholar-award/

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Hollis University 51st Annual Nancy Throp Poetry
Contest
  • High school sophomore and junior girls
  • First prize is free tuition and housing for the
    university's Hollinsummer Creative Writing
    program
  • 200 cash and publication in Cargoes, Hollins
    award winning student literary magazine.
  • Deadline is Oct.30th!!
  • Visit www.hollins.edu

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Suntrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes
  • Enter the Suntrust Off to College Scholarship
    Sweepstakes! Thirty 500 scholarships will be
    awarded for education expenses at a college or
    university. The sweepstakes is open to high
    school seniors and it is free to enter. Enter
    once very two weeks, up to 15 times during the
    swepstakes period. Enter at Suntrusteducation.com/
    scholarshipsweepstakes

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North Carolina Hispanic College Fund
  • Awards annual scholarships worth between 500 and
    2,500.
  • Recipients are graduates of North Carolina high
    schools who are of Hispanic/Latino background
  • Recipients must enroll in a degree program at a
    community college, 2 year college, or 4 year
    college/university and be committed to public
    service and community development
  • To learn more, visit http//thencshp.org/programs/
    nc-hispanic-college-fund/
  • Application deadline January 15, 2015

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Nuestra Juventud
  • Univision 40s Scholarship Program recognizes the
    academic achievements and leadership of Hispanic
    high school seniors in the WUVC-Univision 40
    viewing area.
  • Students must be in the 12th grade, be applying
    to a college/university for the fall of 2015, and
    be of Hispanic descent
  • Apply at http//thencshp.org/programs/nc-hispanic-
    college-fund/univision-40-nuestra-juventud-scholar
    ship/
  • Application deadline Oct. 30th, 2014

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Attention technical young women!
  • Calling all creative coders, hackers, designers,
    and technical young women!!
  • Applications for the National Center for Women
    and Informational Technology (NCWIT) Award for
    Aspirations in Computing are now open to any U.S.
    high school women, in grades 9-12, who are
    interested in technology careers.
  • Go to www.aspirations.org due Nov, 2!!!

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Ronald McDonald House Charities
  • The Ronald McDonald House Charities and its
    scholarship program seeks to invest in high
    school students who are exemplary role models in
    their communities and have the initiative to
    fulfill their educational goals.
  • Apply today at https//aim.applyists.net/RMHC
  • Application deadline January 20th, 2015

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John F. Kennedy Essay Contest
  • Students of America are asked to write an essay
    on an act of political courage be a U.S. elected
    official who served during or after 1956.
  • For contest info/registration/submission, visit
    the profile in Courage Essay Contest at
    www.jfklibrary.org
  • Could win 10,000!!!!!

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Thomas Wolfe Scholarship of UNC Chapel Hill
  • Offers full undergraduate support for student
    writers.
  • If interested, you must apply to Chapel Hill by
    Oct. 15, and must submit your applications to the
    Thomas Wolfe Scholarship by Nov. 15.
  • For more info go to http//www.englishcomplit.unc.
    edu/creative/scholarships

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LIZ MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
  • Honors 1,500 monthly to a Charlotte area high
    school athlete
  • If you would like to be nominated, see your coach
    for more details!

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ATTENTION ALL SENIORS!!!
  • ARE YOU ACTIVE IN YOUR COMMUNITY? HAVE YOU
    OVERCOME PERSONAL CHALLENGES? HAVE YOU LED A
    PROJECT THAT BENEFITS OTHERS?
  • The AXA Achievement Scholarship will have a
    winner from every state for scholarships in the
    amounts of 10,000 and 25,000!!!
  • Apply by Dec. 15th!!!

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ATTENTION SENIORS
  • One student from Hopewell can be honored as a
    schools DAR Good Citizen
  • The DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship
    Contest is intended to encourage and reward the
    qualities of good citizenship
  • The student must have the qualities of
    dependability, service, and patriotism
  • Anyone wanting to be considered for this award
    should see Mrs. Conner
  • Completed applications, including two letters of
    recommendation, are due by Oct. 24th

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Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program
  • Recognizes young people for outstanding volunteer
    service. Online applications are available at
    http//spirit.prudential.com and
    www.nassp.orh/spirit.
  • Deadline to complete application, submit to Ms.
    Connor, and send in a signed signature page is
    November 4th, 2014.

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North Mecklenburg Technical Institute (NMTI)
  • NMTI offers Automotive Technology, Cosmetology,
    Culinary Arts, and Horticulture at North Meck
    High School
  • Starting on Dec 1, all 9-12 grade students will
    have an opportunity to apply for the NMTI magnet
    option with transportation
  • Please See Mrs. Wayland in the Career Center if
    interested!

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COSMETOLOGY COMING TO HOPEWELL!
  • There has been a cosmetology post added to the
    exploring program!
  • Check out the green and white CTE bulletin board
    for more info

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STEAM YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
  • The 2015 Pride Awards will give this award to an
    African American high school senior who has
    excelled in science, technology, engineering,
    arts, or math.
  • Deadline to nominate and submit all info is Oct.
    24
  • For more info, Google 2015 Pride Awards

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