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Weekly Announcements: April 12th-16th

Monday 04/12

  • No new announcements

Tuesday 04/13

  • No new announcements

Wednesday 04/14

  • No new announcements

Thursday 04/15

Friday 04/16

Last Week: April 5th-9th

Monday 04/05

  • The ESE Department would like to thank the Art Department and their students for the posters that you see around campus and the Economics Club for collaborating with us this year. Mrs. Schab and Mr. Weldon thank you for all your support.

Tuesday 04/06

  • April is Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month. More than 2 million Americans live with limb loss or limb difference, and more than 28 million are at risk of amputation surgery. The month is celebrated across the United States and around the world as a time to recognize those living with limb loss and to raise awareness about limb loss prevention.

Wednesday 04/07

  • Today, April 7th, the National Art Honor Society is having a fundraiser at MOD Pizza. Visit or Order on the phone
    11 am to 10 pm then mention the NAHS and we will get 20%. Thank you for your support!
  • Kickball Mania is back! Are you ready to get a team of 10 together to compete in the 13th annual double elimination kickball tournament? To register a team or get more information please see Coach Calzone in 4-110 or Coach Rogers in Boys PE for more details. The tournament starts April 26th and the registrations are due April 23rd so get them now!

Thursday 04/08

  • Do you have an interest in dance or gymnastics? Come join our award-winning Color Guard and perform with the Marching Bulls this fall. Rehearsals begin Tuesday, April 13 from 4:30-6:30 PM in the Band Room. No experience necessary! See Mr. Hobbs if you have any questions

Friday 04/09

  • Did you know credit cards have become an everyday tool for people to make purchases and manage their personal finances. Access to credit enables families to purchase homes, deal with emergencies, obtain goods and services and build a credit history for larger purchases such as a car or home. Today, roughly 73 percent of all families have at least one credit card. About 60 percent of cardholders are “convenience users” – they avoid interest charges by paying balances in full each month.
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