The fun starts Friday night with a meet and greet at 6:30 pm, where you can meet some wonderful SWA ladies and learn the rules of Bunco, too!
Come dressed in your 80s best, bring a friend, and prepare for a night of prizes and fun! (80s outfits encouraged but not required.) We ask that you bring an appetizer to share; beverages and desserts will be provided.
Admission is $10 and half of all proceeds will go toward the “Lion Crusade” with the goal of ending athletic and club fees for SWA students so that all students can participate.
Contact Mrs. Nuemann with any questions: email@example.com
Get a head start on holiday shopping
9am – 3pm
This event is organized by the SWA Booster Club, and all funds collected will help support the Athletics Program.
There will be food trucks, beverages for sale throughout the school, and lots of local vendors to shop from! Zach’s Toy Chest will be accepting donations, and we will have a food drive going on for the Fuquay Food Pantry.
We can’t wait to see you there!
If you have any questions about vendors, please inquire via the event’s Facebook page.
Next week is Spirit Week at SWA!
Return the attached contract, signed, and pay $5 for your Spirit Week wristband to participate.
Monday: Spirit vs Spirit
Tuesday: Orange vs Black
Wednesday: Nerds vs Jocks
Thursday: City vs Country
Friday: College vs College
Details about what is allowed and expected for each day are listed on the attached contract. Pick a side and show your SWA Spirit!
Who should attend: ALL Seniors hoping to attend a 4-year OR community college AND a parent/guardian.
What is it: This information session will be to explain what the FAFSA is, share tips for filing the FAFSA, debunk FAFSA myths, share scholarship search tips, assist with understanding financial aid packages, differentiate grants/loans, and answer ANY questions regarding the college application process.
When: Thursday, Oct. 26th @ 6:30 pm
Where: Multipurpose Room
Why: FAFSA is the ONLY way to be considered for Federal Financial Aid. Financial Aid in NC is awarded on a first come, first served basis so it is very important that students submit their FAFSA sooner rather than later. ALL students planning to attend college should file the FAFSA regardless of perceived income or financial need. This will also be a perfect opportunity to ask Ms. Carlton any questions about the college application process (4 year or community college).
**Halloween themed treats and snacks will be included**
With NC Free Application Month just right around the corner, we are exactly 1 month away from FREE APPLICATION WEEK (Nov. 13- Nov. 17).
Participating colleges choose to waive their application fees during this week. Please see document attached for a list of participating colleges.
ALL SWA seniors will be required to apply to at least one 4-year school during this week.