Executive Board Advisors:
Dr. Miles, Sr.
Rosalind R. James
Deputy Commander Andy Michel
S7 Staff Judge Denasia Ross
Parents *Teachers * Students* Association
"Connecting OUR Resources to Build OUR village"
Community And Flea Market Expo
Community Day – An event that promotes family, friends and businesses the opportunity to come together to celebrate the school and our partnerships for a fun day out in the community.
•“Flea Market” - An array of opportunities of purchasing new & used wares from our local vendors.
•“Children’s Corner” - Moon Bounce * Games & Prizes * Face Painting Cotton Candy * Popcorn * Snow Cones
•“Food Court” – Cuisine to satisfy every attendee’s taste buds from fries to seafood, sweets and treats. “Buon Petite”
•Featured Displays or Performances from every School Team & Club will be highlighted.
Businesses and Association contact us for pricing. Individual Vendors “General Table” is priced at $ 30.00 each.
All table contents are subject to approval by the Executive Board of the Forestville High School / Academy of Military Science” PTSA. This event will have a rescheduled rain date if applicable. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional inquiries.
Executive Board Members:
Sharon R. Sims
“Your PTSA Connecting Our Resources”
The Carnegie Literature Scholarship joins the Forester Scholarship Program and offers awards of up to $8,000 per year. This scholarship is designed for students with deep interest in literature and literary issues. The student does not need to major in English to receive the scholarship. The criteria for evaluation includes a complete application for admissions, a strong English academic background, a short essay, as well as a writing sample. Full details are online. The College currently offers fourteen different scholarships based on talent, community engagement, or academic interest, with merit-based awards of up to $20,000 per year. The deadline for applying is March 1, 2013. N.555 N. Sheridan Road, Lake Forest, Illinois 60045
Junior Girls: FREE Program at UMBC Bits & Bytes
Each February, over President’s Day weekend, the Center for Women in Technology (CWIT) presents the Bits & Bytes Program for high school junior girls. Each year, about 20-30 academically talented young women are invited to an overnight visit at UMBC and are hosted by the CWIT Scholars and Affiliates in CWIT’s Living Learning Community. The program supports CWIT’s mission to encourage and support women to be leaders in Information Technology and Engineering fields. The purpose of this FREE event is to engage local high school girls in the college atmosphere and expose them to the possibilities open to them in engineering or IT majors in college. Along with in-depth exposure to life as a college student and UMBC as an institution, the students participate in an engineering or IT design competition (for prizes) and interact with current UMBC students involved in the CWIT Scholars Program, including staying overnight in a residence hall on campus and attending a college class with one of the CWIT students. http://www.cwit.umbc.edu/hs/bitsbytes/
NASA 2013 SUMMER INTERNSHIPS Deadline March 15 2013
The NASA "One Stop Shopping Initiative Recruiting NASA Interns, Fellows, and Scholars" (OSSI/NIFS) website is open for applications between November 1, 2012 through March 15, 2013 at
This is now the only website accepting applications for Summer 2013 positions: