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Daily Announcements

 

MONDAY
  • MARCH 18 - DAY 2
  • Don't forget to cast your votes for MBM.  The second round of voting ends tomorrow.
  • Students who owe detentions for term 3 tardies will receive emails today.  Please respond to the email and be sure to serve your detentions this week.
  • Fiddler on the Roof tickets will be on sale for $10 during lunches all week.
  • SPOTLIGHTERS: All Cast at the HS
  • TOMORROW'S BEFORE SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: NO Jazz Band

TUESDAY

  • MARCH 19 - DAY 1
  • Today is the last day of voting for this round of MBM.  Get your votes in by the end of the day to help determine the Final Four.
  • Fiddler tickets will be sold for $10 this week in all lunches.
  • SPOTLIGHTERS: All Cast at the HS
  • AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Community Service Club (FACS rm), Green Team (library), Book Club (rm 109)

WEDNESDAY

  • MARCH 20 - DAY 2
  • Fiddler tickets will be sold for $10 this week in all lunches.
  • Middle school can be stressful! Come learn and practice different relaxation and mindfulness techniques on Thursday after school in the Community Room. There will be different stations to explore what works best for you, whether that is music, mandala coloring, mindfulness apps, friendship bracelet making, or deep breathing. If you have questions, see Ms. Murino in the guidance office. 
  • Nolan Hurley, our Project 351 representative, is organizing a clothing drive for Cradles to Crayons.  Beginnning next Monday, we will collecting new and gently used children's and small adult's clothing and shoes including coats, boots, hats and mittens.  Please consider donating to this very worthy cause.  Together we can help children in need around Massachusetts.
  • SPOTLIGHTERS: All Cast at the HS
  • AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Organization Room (rm 202), Math Team (rm 238)
THURSDAY
  • MARCH 21 - DAY 1
  • Middle school can be stressful! Come learn and practice different relaxation and mindfulness techniques after school today in the Community Room. There will be different stations to explore what works best for you, whether that is music, mandala coloring, mindfulness apps, friendship bracelet making, or deep breathing. If you have questions, see Ms. Murino in the guidance office. 
  • Beginnning next Monday, we will collecting new and gently used children's and small adult's clothing and shoes including coats, boots, hats and mittens.  Please consider donating to this very worthy cause.
  • Fiddler tickets can be purchased for $10 during lunch today and tomorrow.
  • SPOTLIGHTERS: All Cast at the HS
  • AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: None

FRIDAY

  • MARCH 22 - DAY 2
  • NEXT WEEK: 
 
 
 
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