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  • Photo Club The Photo Club will have a meeting today in room 233.

    The Photo Club will have a meeting today in room 233.
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  • Congratulations to the sports teamsCongratulations to the following teams

    Congratulations to the following teams on their impressive wins this past week: Girls Track, Wrestling and Bowling.
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  • Community Club The Community Club will be meeting today in room 143.

    The Community Club will be meeting today in room 143.
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  • Strive Club The Strive Club will have a competition for their their fundraising Calendar.

    The Strive Club will have a competition for their their fundraising Calendar. All Art pieces must be submitted by Jan. 23.
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  • Guy Thing There will be a Guy Thing meeting tomorrow in room 120 after school.

    There will be a Guy Thing meeting tomorrow in room 120 after school.
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News Briefs

 

News Briefs

Written by {ga=admin} Thursday, 22 January 2015 09:28

Photo Club The Photo Club will have a meeting today in room 233.

The Photo Club will have a meeting today in room 233.
 

News Briefs

 

News Briefs

Written by {ga=admin} Thursday, 22 January 2015 09:24

Congratulations to the sports teamsCongratulations to the following teams

Congratulations to the following teams on their impressive wins this past week: Girls Track, Wrestling and Bowling.
 

News Briefs

 

News Briefs

Written by {ga=admin} Thursday, 22 January 2015 09:12

Community Club The Community Club will be meeting today in room 143.

The Community Club will be meeting today in room 143.
 

News Briefs

 

News Briefs

Written by {ga=admin} Tuesday, 20 January 2015 09:12

Strive Club The Strive Club will have a competition for their their fundraising Calendar.

The Strive Club will have a competition for their their fundraising Calendar. All Art pieces must be submitted by Jan. 23.
   

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