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Thursday, February 22, 2018

posted Feb 21, 2018, 1:47 PM by Carla Guthrie

**Bring your loose change or cash and VOTE FOR YOUR KING OF HEARTS in the east building courtyard!  Vote for Nick Hayes, Dalton Pryor, Zach Wells, Zaide Wilson, or Zac Womack by placing your donation in the appropriate decorated box!  The king will be crowned at the King's Dance this Saturday!  Big Sisters will donate all money collected to a local charity.  

**There will be a meeting in the Auditorium today during Academic Lab for any girls that are interested in playing softball this Spring. It is important that you attend, so please be there to get all of the information. See Coach Beachum in M104 for a pass to attend.

**King's Dance tickets are available for purchase after school or during academic lab from Mrs. Timmins or Mr. Daniels. Tickets are $10 each. The longer you wait to get them, the longer the line will be, so stop by today!

**Any girl wanting to play soccer this spring please get your paperwork in!  Practice starts Monday at 3pm sharp at the soccer park!

**Attention Seniors--The Class of 2018 Panoramic Photo will be taken next Wednesday, February 28.

**Juniors:  Mrs Robinson shared with you the junior practice testing room assignments for tomorrow.  Juniors are going to report directly to the testing room 1st hour tomorrow.  Juniors will be taking the timed reading test and the non-calculator portion of the math test.  Please sure to bring a pencil to the testing room.  If you think you should be on the list and are not, please let Mrs Robinson know.

**Baseball starts on Monday February 26th, Make sure all paperwork is turned in. Listen to announcements for practice times on Monday. Times will change depending on the weather.

**Baseball for tomorrow will be from 11:30-12:30 after school, Don't be late because we only have an hour.

**The Winter Sports Awards will be March 1st at 6 pm.

**There will be a meeting for volleyball and basketball players who sold pizzas for the Panteras Fundraiser during academic lab today in the lecture hall.  


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