Christmas concert Thursday night

The cold weather has hampered the buses from their routine of getting students off to school on Monday morning.

The cold weather has hampered the buses from their routine of getting students off to school on Monday morning.

The past two weeks, the students have enjoyed some extra holidays

before Christmas due to extreme weather conditions.

The rink is up and running and the lights have been on for the last couple of weeks. The cold weather has hampered skaters from getting out and enjoying the rink, but the weather is supposed to cooperate with humans enjoying the outdoors again.

The Christmas concert is set for tomorrow night Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Erskine gym.

Parents are asked to bring two dozen baked goods for the parent council bake sale.

The bake sale was a huge hit last year and parent council has decided to start that as a tradition this year.

Christmas holidays for students start Dec. 19 and go till Jan. 3.

Parent council is set for Jan. 5 at 7 p.m. in the Erskine Library.

Birthday wishes go out to Ty Neitz on Dec. 17 and Wade Smith Dec. 21.

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