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Friday, November 22, 2019

posted Nov 21, 2019, 1:20 PM by Carla Guthrie

**The MORP dance for all students will be held on December 13th after the home basketball game. Information about the dance has been sent to your email. There will be a prince and princess court at MORP. All freshmen need to vote for the top 5 boys and top 5 girls to be on the court. The ballot is in your email and must be completed by the end of academic lab. Results will be announced at the end of the day. 

 

**Dream Home Charities is needing volunteers every Saturday from now until December.  If you want to sign up please see your email for contact information regarding volunteering .  This is a great organization that serves our community. 

 

**Mrs. Robinson has partnered with Beverly Farms to help with the Giving Tree project again this year.  If anyone has anything they’d like to donate, items are to please be dropped in the Attendance Center by Monday, December 2nd. Giving Tree Gifts can be anything from art supplies to paper, and coloring books, word games, to word search books. You can donate DVDs, lotions or shampoos, scarves, hats, gloves, even magazine subscriptions and gift cards can be donated.

 

**Winter student athletic passes are for sale for $5 in the Attendance Center.  The pass will get an EAWR student into all winter home sporting events for $5. If you are playing a winter sport or in band you can get into all winter sports for free. Also if you had a fall pass you will need a new one for winter sports.

 

**All students and staff are invited to the tailgate party in the South Building hallway (outside of Mr Maendele's room) at 5:30 pm before the girls basketball game Monday, November 25th.  There will be free pizza, soda and water. Pack the stands to help bring home an Oiler win against Marquette. Also the theme for the game is wear white.

 

**Seniors:  Lewis and Clark Community College Scholarships are now open through March 1 . If you are attending LCCC in the Fall, check it out on LCC's website or see your guidance counselor.


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