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  • April 2021 Announcements 

      • Student ID's- If you need your student ID, report to the Dean's Office to get a temporary ID for $1 or a replacement for $5 if you don't have one.  
      • Dress Code-Students please make sure you’re in proper dress code and that your ID is always visible above your waist. Please make sure you have 1 ear bud in only and masks must be on over your nose.  Ms. Snead and Ms. Esteves will be checking in the mornings! 
      • Deans Office-REMINDER: Deans Office is not an entry way for students unless you are late.  All students should be entering through the cafeteria only in the mornings.  Food is not permitted on campus.  You will be asked to discard it before getting to class. 
      • DEANS OFFICE REMINDER: STUDENTS REMEMBER EVEN WHEN THE TEMPERATURE DROPS A LITTLE, SWEATPANTS, JOGGING PANTS, AND BLANKETS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON CAMPUS.  NO BEANIES OR SCULLIES ARE PERMITTED.
      • Principles for How We Treat Each Other: Our Practice of Respect and Community Building:
      • Weekly Quote: Never stop being great just because someone doesn't give you credit.  
      • PJI #11-Practice slowing down.  Simply the speed of modern life can cause violent damage to the soul.  By Intentionally practicing slowing down we strengthen our ability to extend nonviolence to others and to ourselves.  
      • PBIS #15-Growthminded #6
      • Math Tutoring Sessions-Online Only, Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:45-4:45pm
      • Attention All Teachers-Please do not release students to other classes.  Let your subs know as well, not to release students to someone else class when it is not their period to be there.  
      • Tiger 180 After School Tutoring- Students there will be Tiger 180 after school on Monday's Tuesday's, Thursday's, and Friday's.  Meet in the media center to check in.  Grab a snack and get help with what you need.
      • GRAD NITE 2021- Friday April 23rd from 7pm-Midnight at Seaworld, Cost: Tickets are $80, price includes bus transportation to and from Seaworld, admission to the event, and a meal voucher.  Students must take the bus from the event and you can not drive yourself!  Buses will leave Toho around 6pm.  Tickets will be available through the MySchoolBucks website from March 23rd-April 6th.  There are 180 tickets available, first come, first serve!  Permission slips must be returned by Monday April 19th!  There will be no late ticket sales!  If tickets sell out, there will be no more available.  Seniors with any obligations (sports, fees, etc.) CANNOT attend the event unless the obligations are paid!  (more details as trip gets closer).
      • Senior Class- Seniors attending Grad Nite, check for the email sent from Mrs. James on April 12th.  Permission slips must be returned by Monday April 19th.  Any questions, see Mrs. James.  
      • Class of 2022- If you requested a Class of 2022 T-shirt, the new order has been placed and shirts will be available in 2-3 weeks.  Pay attention to announcements and social media for pickup and payment details.  See Mrs. Lowry if you have any questions.   
      • Prom 2021- Seniors! This is the last week to purchase Prom tickets.  Tickets are on sale through myschoolbucks for $40.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.  Prom is May 1st from 6-9pm here at school.  See Mrs. Lowry in 5-301 if you have any questions.
      • Florida Purple Up!-Month of the Military Child 2021, Celebrate Military Kids-Wear Purple on Wednesday April 21, show your support and share photos.  
      • Weightlifting- The Boys Weightlifting season will continue for Senior Danny Casillas.  Danny will lift in the state championship at St. Cloud on April 24th.  This has been an amazing season.  Huge shout out to Eli Nieves, Peter Rodriguez and Samir Murray who missed qualifying by 5 lbs.  Their numbers would have qualified them anywhere else in the state, we just happen to lift in the most competitive regional.  
      • Baseball- Tiger Baseball wins 2 in a row!  Your Tigers beat Liberty 6-3 in a 10-inning battle that lasted over 4 hours.  Joseph Miglionico dominated on the mound and Xavier Santiago followed up with a solid relief pitching performance.  Fisher Sheffield came in to close and shut down Liberty's offensive completely.  A clutch basehit from pitch hitter Jose Rios put the Tigers back in the game and a few innings later, Xavier Santiago reached on an error and Javarius Magee moved him to the 3rd on a sacrifice fly followed by 2-line drives from Isiah Cruz and Harley Castro which ended up driving in the winning runs.  Congratulations to Coach Martell and Coach Rosario on their winning streak, let's keep up the momentum, You got this!!!...