May 21st Daily Bulletin
Important upcoming dates
“Early Bird” checkout for seniors who are working ahead of schedule and are prepared to return textbooks and borrowed technology. At this time, seniors will also clear all balances and return any other borrowed items, including uniforms.
May 27th – 29th
SENIOR CHECKOUT AND STUDENT TEXTBOOK RETURN
|May 27th||Senior Check-out||9 - 11 am||A-Z||Textbook/materials return|
|May 27th||9-11||12-2 pm||Last Name A-F||Textbook/materials return|
|May 28th||9-11||9 - 11 am||Last Name G-L||Textbook/materials return|
|May 28th||9-11||12-2 pm||Last Name M-R||Textbook/materials return|
|May 29th||9-11||9 - 11 am||Last Name T-Z||Textbook/materials return|
|May 29th||9-12||12 - 2 pm||Any remaining students||Textbook/materials return|
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:
Macie and Nicole Dentone and Chase Ricketts
TODAY MAY 21st IS: NATIONAL WAITSTAFF DAY
On May 21st, National Waitstaff Day recognizes the dedicated and often talented waitstaff. The day is set aside to shows appreciation to all waitstaff for making our dining experiences enjoyable ones. At the same time, restaurant owners and managers also recognize and express their appreciation to their team of waitstaff helping their restaurants thrive.
Waitstaff, servers, are a big determining factor in the quality of your dining experience. They serve as the communicator between the diner and the kitchen. While meeting the needs of several tables at once they also represent the restaurant by being knowledgeable and efficient. They are key to creating an extraordinary dining experience. The food may be delicious, but their attentiveness and attitude can make or change the whole experience.
Most waitstaff go out of their way to ensure you receive excellent service and ensure that you have the best time possible. They fill your drinks before you ask, bring extra bread, rolls or chips, give honest recommendations on food choices when asked, and are a valuable asset to any restaurant. Excellent servers turn diners into regulars who are known by name.