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April 18

·         Attention 6th and 7th grade students running for student council: there is a meeting in room 5 today during advisory. After announcements head to room 5.

·         Your Charger B tennis team dominated play against Meridian Middle last night. The Chargers swept all six of the single matches. Those winners included Jacob Glick, Ollie Lange, Connor Pittman, Sadie Johnson, Abby Morandi and Savannah Crow. Also winning their matches include the Boys double teams of: Austin Emerick and Ethan Crawford, Ben Widener and Connor Bloom, Deepak Ramalingam & Jake Godfrey, Alejandro Munoz and Kyle Dixon, Amogh Baburaj and Emerson Baker, Alex Wright and Jake Nielson. The ladies double teams also played well. Winning teams included: Bethany Matson and Madison Jones, Micalah Maynard and Jenna Pearl, Mahailla Emele and Riley Johnson, Ashley Isaacson and Marly Roberts, Brooklyn McDannel and Cindy Do, Lilly Greene and Bryanna Tew, Katelyn McCuistion and Camile Clark. Congratulations!!

·         If you are in Mr. Grove’s keyboarding class 4th & 6th period please go to room 17 today!

·         If you are interested in being on yearbook staff next year, there will be a meeting next Monday during Advisory in the Library.

April 17

·         Mr. Grove’s 4th & 6th period keyboarding, please bring a pencil, paper and a reading book to room 45 today and the rest of the week.

·         This past Tuesday, the Charger Tennis team showed their athletic dominance over Lake Hazel. Winning their single matches included: John Shieh, Ashwin Shiyam, Tom Dunn, Connor Hines, Anna Bradburn and Sadie Johnson. The doubles team of Christ Jirout & John Chen, Joseph Haggerty & Anthony Luo, Robert Lian & Trent Brown, Jacob Moeller & Zach Millward, Madison Majors & Zoe Dahl, Riley Anderson & Atiya Adams and Dani Allen & Alyssa Pearl were all victorious in their matches against Lake Hazel. The team plays again today against Meridian. Go Chargers!

April 15

·         Mr. Grove’s 4th & 6th period keyboarding, please bring a pencil, paper and a reading book to room 45 today and the rest of the week.

·         We definitely put a crunch on child hunger by collecting 116 jars of PB and J. By donating you save 1 in 4 kids from going to bed hungry. Thank you for donating!!

 

April 14

·         Mr. Grove’s 4th & 6th period keyboarding, please bring a pencil, paper and a reading book to room 45 today and the rest of the week.

April 11

·         Attention 6th and 7th grade students interested in running for student council. There will be a required meeting today during advisory in room 5.

·         Interested in attending Centennial volleyball camp or in Sweet Liberty Dance Team? Stop by the office and pick up a flyer!

·         And remember … the SBAC is taking place in the library. So please no computers, go in quietly, and get your book quickly. Thank you!

·         Last night the Charger tennis team played Heritage Middle. Winning their single matches included John Shieh, Tom Dunn and Riley Anderson. Chris Jirout, John Chen, Robert Lian and Trent Brown won their doubles matches.

·         All track team members please go to Mr. Parry’s room after the pledge to pick up your team jersey.

April 10

·         Tennis season is underway, and already Lowell Scott is showing how we're the team to beat. We had our first meet on Thursday, and our A-team won the majority of their matches against Sawtooth. John Shieh and Anna Bradburn lead the way... with their respective #1 singles win. The 80+ tennis players will match up against Heritage this afternoon, so be sure to cheer them on.

·         Tennis t-shirts are in, so would all GIRLS tennis players who ordered a t-shirt please go to Mrs. Leitzinger's portable #52, right after announcements. Again, all GIRLS who ordered t-shirts please go to Mrs. Leitzinger's portable #52 now. Anyone who still wants to buy a tennis t-shirt, boy-or-girl, should take $10 and go to Mrs. Leitzinger's portable #52 during advisory TODAY!

·         Attention 6th and 7th grade students interested in running for student council. There will be a required meeting during advisory tomorrow. You'll check in with your teachers and then go to room 5.

·         Interested in attending Centennial volleyball camp or in Sweet Liberty Dance Team? Stop by the office and pick up a flyer!

·         And remember … the SBAC is taking place in the library. So please no computers, go in quietly, and get your book quickly. Thank you!

April 9

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April 8

·         Attention 6th and 7th grade students interested in running for student council. There will be a required meeting during advisory on Friday. On Friday, you'll check in with your teachers and then go to room 5.

·         All girls that are interested in attending Centennial volleyball camp or in Sweet Liberty Dance Team there is informational flyers in the front office with important dates.

·         The SBAC is going on in the library this month, so if you go to the library before/after school, at break, or at lunch, please steer clear of the computers and be considerate of the space. If you visit with a class, please be quick and quiet so that you don't disrupt people working on the SBAC!

·         Hey Lowell Scott! Did you know that nearly 1 in 4 children in Idaho are food insecure? That means that they don't know if they're going to have enough to eat on any given day. We are having a special food drive this week. Bring in UNOPENED jars of PEANUT BUTTER and/or JELLY to your advisory teacher. That's right -- PB&J! These donations will go to make sure that Idaho kids don't have to go to bed hungry. Help put a crunch on childhood hunger in Idaho!

April 7

·         Attention 6th and 7th grade students interested in running for student council. There will be a required meeting during advisory on Friday. On Friday, you'll check in with your teachers and then go to room 5.

·         All girls that are interested in attending Centennial volleyball camp, there is information in the front office.

·         Interested in being a part of the Sweet Liberty Dance Team? Pick up a flyer in the front office for upcoming dates for Tryouts.

·         The SBAC is going on in the library this month, so if you go to the library before/after school, at break, or at lunch, please steer clear of the computers and be considerate of the space. If you visit with a class, please be quick and quiet so that you don't disrupt people working on the SBAC!

·         Hey Lowell Scott! Did you know that nearly 1 in 4 children in Idaho are food insecure? That means that they don't know if they're going to have enough to eat on any given day. We are having a special food drive this week. Bring in UNOPENED jars of PEANUT BUTTER and/or JELLY to your advisory teacher. That's right -- PB&J! These donations will go to make sure that Idaho kids don't have to go to bed hungry. Help put a crunch on childhood hunger in Idaho!

April 4

·         All boys interested in getting information about Centennial boys’ basketball summer camps, please attend a meeting this Friday, April 4th during advisory. Come to the Hoyle gym right after announcement.

·         Mr. Grove’s 4th & 6th period Keyboarding, please go to room 2 today! Bring a reading book and homework to finish.

·         Interested in being a part of the Sweet Liberty Dance Team? Pick up a flyer in the front office for upcoming dates for Tryouts.

 

April 3

· All boys interested in getting information about Centennial boys’ basketball summer camps, please attend a meeting this Friday, April 4th during advisory. Come to the Hoyle gym right after announcement.

April 2

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March 31

·         All boys interested in getting information about Centennial boys’ basketball summer camps, please attend a meeting this Friday, April 4th during advisory. Come to the Hoyle gym right after announcement.

 

March 20

·         Don't forget: this week all library fines for late books are half off! That's right; if you have a late fine in the library, they are half price this week only.

·         National Junior Honor Society photos are FRIDAY during break.

·         No backpacks in the library, please.

·         Hola Estudiantes y Profesores!!! (Hello students and teachers!!)  Jose and his taco wagon will be here at Lowell Scott this Friday! Come and enjoy some great food! Jose will be serving yummy Quesadillas, Tortas, Burritos and Tacos and of course those delicious Mexican Sodas! Sr. Arnell will be selling 30 tickers per lunch period to students and faculty during break and lunch in the main hall, so hurry and don’t miss out! The cost is $6, so bring your dinero and come enjoy some food and fun this Friday during lunch!!

 

March 19

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March 18

·         All students are invited to judge the many AMAZING artworks that have been submitted for the District Art Collection in the library, Monday and Tuesday of this week only. Pick up your ballot and vote in the library. Remember, there is only 1 vote per person. The winner will be announced at the end of this week.

·         Builders Club: Your group photo is during break TODAY, outside in the mall area! Again, Builders Club, TODAY DURING BREAK meet in the mall area for our group photo.

·         Ski/Snowboard Team: Your group photo is today during break outside in the mall area! Meet in the mall area at the beginning of break for your group photo.

·         National Junior Honor Society will have your group photo taken on Friday during break.

·         Please remember that there are NO BACKPACKS allowed in the library. Don't leave them outside the library door either! You need to go to your locker BEFORE you come to the library in the morning.

·         Don't forget to vote for the 2014 Young Reader's Choice Awards. Ballots are available in the library, and voting is open through April 15.

·         Interested in playing Soccer and/or Flag Football during lunch? Mr. Meyers has begun organizing teams for both 1st and 2nd lunch. Stop by Room 16 to sign up!

·         Hola Estudiantes y Profesores!!! (Hello students and teachers!!)  Jose and his taco wagon will be here at Lowell Scott this Friday! Come and enjoy some great food! Jose will be serving yummy Quesadillas, Tortas, Burritos and Tacos and of course those delicious Mexican Sodas! Sr. Arnell will be selling 30 tickers per lunch period to students and faculty during break and lunch in the main hall, so hurry and don’t miss out! The cost is $6, so bring your dinero and come enjoy some food and fun this Friday during lunch!!

March 17

·         BUILDERS CLUB: Your group photo is during break on Tuesday, outside in the mall area! Again, Builders Club, on Tuesday meet in the mall area during break for our group photo.

·         NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY and SKI/SNOWBOARD TEAM: Your group photo is during break on Wednesday, outside in the mall area! Again, NJHS and Ski/Snowboard Team, on Wednesday meet in the mall area during break for our group photo.

·         Please remember that there are NO BACKPACKS allowed in the library. Don't leave them outside the library door either! You need to go to your locker BEFORE you come to the library in the morning.

·         Attention 7th graders: If you have not turned in your permission form to your advisory teacher for the college field trip, please do so by this Thursday. Don't miss out on a great opportunity to see what college has for you!

·         All students are invited to judge the many AMAZING artworks that have been submitted for the District Art Collection in the library, Monday and Tuesday of this week only. Pick up your ballot and vote in the library. Remember, there is only 1 vote per person. The winner will be announced at the end of this week.

March 14

·         If you were a cheerleader, dancer or wrestler and you do not have PE you should not be using the locker room. Please empty your locker by the end of today or your lock will be cut.
Students going out for track or tennis will not be allowed to get a PE locker until after spring break. If you have a locker for PE you will use the same locker for your sport. Otherwise, use your school locker.
If you played a sport for Lowell Scott this year please make sure all your issued uniforms are turned in. We will be sending out fines for students that have not turned in their uniforms.

·         Students who will be playing tennis or on the track team please turn in your participation forms today to either your coach or the front office.

·         Congratulations to all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Band members for their great performances last night at the Spring Pre-Festival Concert at centennial.

·         Reminders: All band, choir, orchestra and guitar students from 1st & 2nd semester need to remember their GO-On shirts for pictures on Monday morning. Also, 7th grade students remember concert clothing on Monday for the 7th grade festival.

March 13

·         Ski & Snowboard Team, you will be taking a group photo during break on Friday -- that's tomorrow during break. Don't forget!

·         Band, choir, orchestra, and guitar students, you will be taking ensemble photos on Monday morning.

·         STUDENTS: We want to review the outside boundaries when you are outside on the field area at lunch.
Please do not go behind the tennis courts on the track side. The boundary for that side of the building is the asphalt walkway to the tennis courts. Also, please stay out of the bricked locker room door areas. Hiding behind the green box, or brick walls is also against the rules.
The kick ball field is also an area to avoid. Please don't sit on the benches inside this area.
The boundary for the east side is the edge of the building. Please do not go around the sides of the building. The goal posts are the boundary for how far you should be out in the field. Unless you are actively engaged in a game, please don't stand out in the field area behind the 7th grade classrooms.
Also, please remember to follow the No Touch rule in keeping your hands and feet to yourself, as well as your belongings. If you have questions about where you can be, please ask any duty adult outside.

·         8th grade students if you will be attending Renaissance High School next year please head down to Room 17 immediately following the Pledge this morning.

·         Everyone is invited to the Lowell Scott Pre-Festival Band concert this evening at CPAC. The concert will feature the 6th, 7th and 8th grade Concert Band, starting at 7:00pm. We hope to see you there.

·         Band Students – this is a reminder to take your instruments and music with you after school today.

·         All students in band, choir, orchestra and guitar this year – please bring your GO On t-shirts to school tomorrow to put in your locker so you will have it for yearbook pictures on Monday.

March 12

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March 11

·         Are you interested in playing tennis? If so, speak to Mr. Whitmarsh or Mrs. Leitzinger. The first practice takes place next Monday right after school.

·         All cheerleaders please go to Ms. Lawton’s room at break today to pick up your cheer pictures.

·         Reminder: National Junior Honor Society essay writing is Wednesday and Thursday this week in the library after school. If you have turned in an application you still must write the essay to complete the application process.

March 10

·         If you are interested in joining track the informational meeting will be on Monday after the morning announcements in the cafeteria.

·         If you have are in Mr. Grove’s 4th & 6th period keyboarding classes please meet in room 45 today. Bring a reading book or homework to class.

·         Attention 8th graders – if you received a pink pass on Friday for registration this morning please go to Room 17 at this time.

·         Congratulations to the following Lowell Scott Band students selected to participate in the 2014 Meridian School District Middle School Honor Band. Thank you to everyone who applied. Flute: Abigail, Lauren, Mia; Clarinet: Julianna, Maxwell; alto Saxophone: Ryan, Tucker; Trumpet: Joseph, Zachary, Gavin; Trombone: James.

 

March 7

·         Today is the day for the BiG FOOTLOOSE CARNIVAL - 5:30-8:00! Come out for… Fear Factor, Dodgeball, Just Dance just to name a few. Come for dinner with Idaho Pizza as well as cotton candy and popcorn. And a ton of awesome Silent Auction items for you and your parents to bid on: Roaring Springs, Texas Roadhouse, BSU & Hawks! Admission is only $5.

·         Today is the deadline for all National junior Honor applications. If you would like to be a member of the Lowell Scott National Junior Honor Society you must turn in your application to Mrs Gallas in room 14 today.

·         There will be no lunch passes for the library today due to the used book sale. However, you are welcome to come and SHOP during break and lunch.

·         Attention all 6th, 7th and 8th graders! If you are interested in playing tennis for Lowell Scott, please come to the cafeteria (after the announcements) today for a quick informational meeting.

·         If you are interested in joining track the informational meeting will be on Monday after the morning announcements in the cafeteria.

·         Attention 8th grade students: Please bring your registration and health forms to school on Monday, March 10th. Students if you have your forms finished and want to return them before Monday, please bring the forms to the counseling office. All students, even those not attending Centennial, must bring their forms back to school on Monday. If you know that you will not be at school on Monday, please see your counselor today.

March 6

·         Get ready for the BiG FOOTLOOSE CARNIVAL - tomorrow will be BIG HAIR and CRAZY SOCK DAY. TEASE YOUR HAIR TO GET THE MOST "LIFT" YOU CAN and wear your most colorful socks.
See you tomorrow for Footloose Friday! Footloose Friday is tomorrow! 5:30-8:00! There will be – Fear Factor, Dodgeball, Just Dance just to name a few. Come for dinner with Idaho Pizza as well as cotton candy and popcorn. And a lot of Silent Auction items for you and your parents to bid on: Roaring Springs, Texas Roadhouse, BSU & Hawks! Admission is only $5.

·         Attention 8th grade students: Please bring your registration and health forms to school on Monday, March 10th. Students if you want to return their forms before Monday, please bring the forms to the counseling office. All students, even those not attending Centennial, must bring their forms back to school on Monday. If you know that you will not be at school on Monday, please see your counselor today.

·         Reminder: All National Honor Society applications are due this week. They must be returned to Mrs. Gallas in room 14 by Friday March 7th.

·         Congratulations on a great book drive! We collected over 4,500 books for our used book sale! The top advisory classes were Mr. Ryan Baker, Mrs. Julia Wilson, and Mrs. Katie Price. Those Advisories will be enjoying a cookie party in the near future, so give yourselves a big round of applause! And don't forget to come down to the used book sale in the library, Thursday and Friday of this week, including during the Carnival. ALL BOOKS are fifty cents apiece!

·         There will be no lunch passes for the library for the rest of the week due to the used book sale. However, you are welcome to come and SHOP during break and lunch.

·         Interested in being on the Tennis Team this year? There will be an informational meeting tomorrow after the morning announcements in the cafeteria.

March 5

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March 4

·         Congratulations to the Boy’s 8th Grade Basketball Team! They won their game last night so they will advance tonight and play Eagle at Meridian Middle School, 5:30pm. Remember there is a charge for these tournament games.

·         Reminder: All National Honor Society applications are due this week. They must be returned to Mrs. Gallas in room 14 by Friday March 7th.

·         Attention all 6th and 7th grade students. All pre-registration forms are DUE!! If you do not have a registration form turned in we will begin to assign classes for next year for you. Once classes are assigned there will be no scheduling changes in the fall.

·         This is the second-to-last day for the used book drive! That means that if you AREN'T in Mr. Baker's, Mrs. Wilson's, or Mrs. (Katie) Price's advisory classes, you only have today and tomorrow to bring in those books and steal the lead away! Those three are currently our top advisory classes and are well on their way to winning cookie parties, but it isn't over until it's over! Also remember that the used book sale will be on Thursday and Friday, and all books will be 2 for $1. Your family is invited to come after school on Friday, and during the carnival, when the used book sale will be ongoing.

·         Calling all Artists! It is time for the District Art Collection Contest! Whether you are currently in art or not, you can submit artwork to be considered for the District Art Collection. Please pick up a copy of the rules and entry form from Mrs. Johnson in room 37, Mr. Parry in room 46, or the front office. All artwork must be submitted no later than Wednesday March 12th. Only one entry per student wil be permitted, and please, no entries on lined notebook paper. Entries will be displayed for voting for student body favorite, staff favorite, and a juried vote with judges to determine which will go on to represent Lowell Scott at the District for the year. There will be prizes for each category, so at least 3 pieces will win a prize! So, find that favorite art piece you have made this year, or go make a new creation, and submit it!

 

March 3

·         Attention all 6th and 7th grade students. All pre-registration forms are DUE!! If you do not have a registration form turned in we will begin to assign classes for next year for you. Once classes are assigned there will be no scheduling changes in the fall.

·         Backpacks are NOT allowed in the library -- please make sure that you go to your locker first in the mornings before coming to the library! Also, books cannot be checked out during passing period. Please plan ahead.

·         There are three days left in the book drive! Currently, the top Advisory class is Mrs. Wilson's 7th grade with 362 books. The top 6th grade is Mr. Baker's, with 200 books, and the top 8th grade is Mrs. Price's with 183. Remember that you can continue to bring in books today, tomorrow, and Wednesday! Win a cookie party for your Advisory class! Help make our used book sale a huge success! The sale will be this Thursday and Friday!

·         Get ready for Lowell Scott’s 2014 Carnival: Footloose Friday! Starting next Friday at 5:30pm. There will be Food – of course! – A used book sale, a silent auction with tons of great prizes (including things that WE would love) and most importantly…fun, fun, fun! Yes, tons of fun activities, from dodge ball, fear factor, Just Dance, giant twister, face painting, karaoke, and many more. Put on your crazy socks, gather up your friends and get ready! To get us in the footloose spirit and to up your cool quotient, learn some real footloose moves from a professional – she’ll be here during lunch on Monday and Tuesday and will be teaching a few sweet footloose moves in the cafeteria. You won’t want to miss this memory making moment and the carnival of the year. Get ready for Footloose Friday!

·         Congratulations to Abigail Stadtlander, Mia Ruby and Connor Pittman for their solo performances at Saturday’s Idaho District 3 Middle School Solo & Ensemble Festival in Caldwell. They represented Lowell Scott wonderfully and received fantastic adjudications at the festival. Congratulations on your performances!

February 27

·         This past Saturday, February 22nd your Lowell Scott Math Counts team placed 4th in the Southwest Chapter competition. The members of the team were Michael Min, Anthony Luo, Tucker Uriarte, and Sarrah Belhadj. The students did really well against some difficult competition. We had 5 students score in the top 20 individually. Individual winners were:

Michael Min(7th grade) 6th place and qualified for the state competition
Puja Batchu (7th grade) 11th place
Anthony Luo (7th grade) 12th place
Alison Block (8th grade) 14th place
Heather Schone (8th grade) 20th place                                                              

Congratulations to all the students who participated in Math Counts this year.

·         The 8th grade Boys Basketball Tournament begins Monday, March 3rd. Lowell Scott will play at home at 4:00pm – opponent to be determined. There will be admission charged. $1 with activity card, $2.00 without activity card and $3 for adults. On Tuesday and Wednesday the tournament will be held at Meridian Middle School.

·         The Boys 7th grade A team won last night against Lewis and Clark 52-32. Every single player got on the score board and this was a total team effort. Great job to all of the guys for a fantastic season. The team was led by Kaden, Zak, Moise, Dayne, Jackson, Kolby, Charles, Gabe, Connor, Dason, Dayton, Jacob, and Zach. Congratulations to the whole Team for a fantastic season!

·         The Boys 7th grade B team won a great final game 42-29 against Lewis & Clark! Congratulations to the entire team: Ty, Connor, Spencer, Cooper, Elijah, Be, Taylor, Mark, Alexx, Ryan, Jayce, Alan, Jacob, Terrance, Mark, Fernando and Matt!!

 

February 26

·         Calling all singers! If you have NEVER sung the National Anthem for our school and want to try out to sing at our assembly tomorrow, please see Ms. Green in the Choir room at Break or after school today, or at Break tomorrow.

·         Reminder to all students and staff to wear your Go-On shirts tomorrow! We are looking for 100% participation!

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February 25

·         Attention all 7th and 8th grade honor roll students: Today is the meeting in the library about National Junior Honor Society. After the announcements please come to the library and get an application. Remember you must apply to be in National Junior Honors Society applications are due March 7th. This is your only chance to apply this year.

·         We will be having an 80s-themed dance, this Thursday after school! Tickets will be sold in Advisory for $2.50 with an activity card, or $3 without. You can also get tickets at the door. So get out your leg warmers and neon colors, rat out your hair, get your tickets, and we'll see you on the dance floor!

·         Today is day five of the used book drive! Currently, seventh graders have a BIG lead with 290 books collected. The top Advisory class right now is Church/Chambers with 87 books. Not only does the winning Advisory class from each grade win a cookie party, but the teacher whose Advisory class donates the most books will be winning a special prize as well... so bring in those unwanted books and let's have a great used book sale!

February 24

·         Attention all 7th and 8th grade honor roll students: You are invited to an informational meeting about National junior Honor Society. It will be held in the library Tuesday February 25 during advisory. Come check it out! Applications are only given out once per year so do not miss out on your chance to be a member. You must apply to be a member of the National Junior Honor Society. Applications are due March 7th.

·         All applications for library assistants are due today. If you haven't turned yours in yet, please do so right away!

·         We will be having an 80s-themed dance, next Thursday after school! Tickets will be sold in Advisory for $2.50 with an activity card, or $3 without. You can also get tickets at the door. So get out your leg warmers and neon colors, get your tickets, and we'll see you on the dance floor!

·         The race is on! Which Advisory class will win? Right now, Mr. Wilson's advisory class is IN THE LEAD with 64 books! The 6th grade leader is Mr. Asbury's class, and the 8th grade leader is Ms. Chapple's class. Seventh graders are in the lead for now, but we have a lot of books to collect! Remember that the more books are donated, the better the used book sale will be -- and the better the used book sale, the more great things we can get for you to use in the library. Bring in your gently used books FOR ALL AGES to your Advisory class, all this week and through March 5!

 

February 21

·         Attention all 7th and 8th grade honor roll students: You are invited to an informational meeting about National junior Honor Society. It will be held in the library Tuesday February 25 during advisory. Come check it out! Applications are only given out once per year so do not miss out on your chance to be a member. You must apply to be a member of the National Junior Honor Society. Applications are due March 7th.

·         The used book drive is underway! Will your Advisory win the cookie party? So far, 6th graders are in the lead. Currently the top Advisory class in the entire school is Mrs. Strickland's class, with 20 books donated yesterday! Remember that the more books are donated, the better the used book sale will be -- and the better the used book sale, the more great things we can get for you to use in the library. Bring in your gently used books FOR ALL AGES to your Advisory class, all next week and through March 5!

·         The boys 7th grade A team won last Tuesday night at Meridian 66 to 36. They were shorthanded, but were shooting the lights out. They were led by Gabe "Hot Shot" Hughes who had 15 points, Dayton "I am dangerous" Cardwell had 13 points, Kayden "Can't Catch me" Padour with 11 points, Jackson "I am not a man or a machine" Saville with 14 points, and Dayne Koch, Connor Cook, Zack Ketchum, Jacob Armstrong, and Dason Allen all helped the team secure the lead and get the victory. The team has a HUGE game tonight at 4 against the undefeated Sawtooth Sabrecats. Come out and cheer this team on to victory. Great job guys and Mrs. Anderson is the best!!!

·         The 8th grade "B" team lost a close game to Sawtooth last night. Daniel Carroll scored a team high 16 points and Mohamed Nor added 7 points. Nathan Pereira, Braeden Lehrman and Anthony Tuccinardi were the defensive standouts of the game.

·         We will be having an 80s-themed dance, next Thursday after school! Tickets will be sold in Advisory for $2.50 with an activity card, or $3 without. You can also get tickets at the door. So get out your leg warmers and neon colors, get your tickets, and we'll see you on the dance floor!

·         If you are interested in being a library assistant next year, come and get your application TODAY and give it to your English teacher to be submitted. All applications need to be received by Monday morning, so stop by the library and get your application today!

 

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