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  • Senior Photos Senior baby pictures, yearbook quotes and pictures

    Senior baby pictures, yearbook quotes and pictures are due on Nov. 26.
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  • Mandarin Club The Mandarin club will be having a

    \The Mandarin club will be having a meeting on Dec. 2 in room 152.
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  • Boys Basketball The tryouts for boys basketball are today after school.

    The tryouts for boys basketball are today after school. Please go to your designated grade area..
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  • Junior Powder PuffJunior girls need to pick up their uniforms today

    Junior girls need to pick up their uniforms today after school for their game on Wednesday.
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  • Girls Learn International There will be a GLI meeting today in room 247 at 3 pm.

    There will be a GLI meeting today in room 247 at 3 pm.
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News Briefs

Written by Sabrina Ladj Tuesday, 25 November 2014 09:20

Senior Photos Senior baby pictures, yearbook quotes and pictures

Senior baby pictures, yearbook quotes and pictures are due on Nov. 26.
 

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News Briefs

Written by Sabrina Ladj Tuesday, 25 November 2014 09:17

Mandarin Club The Mandarin club will be having a

\The Mandarin club will be having a meeting on Dec. 2 in room 152.
 

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News Briefs

Written by Sabrina Ladj Monday, 24 November 2014 09:24

Boys Basketball The tryouts for boys basketball are today after school.

The tryouts for boys basketball are today after school. Please go to your designated grade area..
 

News Briefs

 

News Briefs

Written by Sabrina Ladj Monday, 24 November 2014 09:19

Junior Powder PuffJunior girls need to pick up their uniforms today

Junior girls need to pick up their uniforms today after school for their game on Wednesday.
   

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