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Announcement 11/23/21

 

December 3 is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This is a day to help everyone become more compassionate and understanding of the challenges faced by people with disabilities. Next week, November 29-Decmeber 3, we will be celebrating our first annual "Be an Includer" week. "Be an Includer" week is brought to you by the NORA project club members. Each day will have a fun theme and a Studio Activity. Prizes can be earned for participation! Monday we will start off with Crazy Hat Day. NORA project masks will also be sold during lunch/recess on Tuesday and Thursday. Thanks for participating and supporting our cause!

Hola Highland Hornets! Peer Helpers is having a drive for the Haven. The Haven is an organization that helps homeless women and children. Between November 29th, the day we come back from break and December 16th, you can bring your items to the present boxes in the main entrance hallway. The Peer Helpers would really appreciate you bringing in donations. Check the list in your Studio One for the specific items on the Haven’s wish list.

Attention Band and Orchestra groups: the week AFTER Thanksgiving, the yearbook staff will be taking group pictures during your rehearsal time in the morning. Please make sure you are on time so we do not use up much of your rehearsal time. We do NOT have retakes if you are not in attendance. There are schedules outside of the Band and Orchestra rooms.

Any students planning on joining wrestling this year please get your permission slips to Coach Rajcevich or Coach Crown by November 29th the day we start practice. If you have any questions or need forms, please see Coach Rajcevich.

Reminder that the lost and found is set up outside the custodians’ office next to room 153. Stop by and pick up the hoodie,  jacket , water bottle, lunch box or maybe something else you lost .

 

 

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