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Thanksgiving Break will begin on Tuesday, November 20th, and ending on Friday, November 23rd.
There will be a board meeting on Friday, November 16.
Congratulations to Dashawna Donaldson for taking first place in Missouri Institute of Cooperatives FFA Fall Speaking.
Volleyball Players - please remember to return all your jerseys as soon as possible.
Beta students planning to attend the state convention need to pay $12 to Mrs. Simpson ASAP for the T-shirt.
Seniors: The window to fill out FAFSA (Federal Student Aid) is now open. If you are college bound next year, please fill out as soon as possible. The faster you get it submitted, the more money you can potentially get. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Liz.
Seniors: Be checking the hall bulletin board for scholarship info. They are starting to come in and deadlines are approaching!
The sophomore class will be selling candy every morning for the next two weeks beginning on Tuesday, October 30th and ending on Friday, November 9th. The candy will be sold in Mr. Layne's room for $1 each.
Foreign Language Club is selling Little Caesars Pizza Kits October 31 through November 14. Delivery will be on December 5th @ 4:00 pm in the cafeteria.