Don’t miss Christmas Carol High School

The volleyball season is officially over and basketball has started up. The season's slow going right now but will be going into full swing.

The volleyball season is officially over and basketball has started up. The season is slow going right now but will be going into full swing soon.

Next Monday, Dec. 7 is an early Monday. Parent-teacher interviews were last Thursday, Nov. 26. Ms. Starya also had parents come to her Science 10 class to watch and evaluate project-based learning on national parks. The idea of the project was that students had to find a new location for a national park, decide what needed to be preserved, learn about historical and cultural activities in the area as well as how climate, topography and wildlife affect the location. The parents who came were Amanda Keddy, Alison Williams, Joanne Lane, Nadine Primrose, Circun Gendre, Joe Gendre and Stephanie Jones. Thank you to all who came out.

The countdown for the Christmas hamper is here with only two weeks remaining before our final profit is added. The silent auction night was a huge success. Thank you to all who came. French Toast Friday is this Friday. This Thursday, Dec. 3, the 7D class will be hosting a Holiday Date Night at the elementary school, with all proceeds going to the Christmas Hamper. Price includes a romantic movie, snacks and babysitting.

Today the wreaths that the New Orleans Band Trip sold will be available for pickup. The Night of the Bands is at 7 p.m. at the PAC on December 14.

The Christmas Carol High School is upon us from Dec. 3-5, with a dinner theater on Dec. 4. It is not too late to pick up your tickets at Wells Furniture, at the office or at the door the night of the play. A lot of hard work has gone into this show, so come and show your support.

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