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Daily Jag 2/15/11

posted Feb 15, 2011, 11:43 AM by Kristi Wynn

Good Morning Jaguars!  Today is Tuesday, February 15, 2011 and here is your daily dose of the daily jag.

 

1.       Yearbook meets today at lunch in B-2, Mr. Bohman's room.

2.       2013 Club will meet in Ms. Bilka's room, tomorrow at lunch

3.       Creative Writing Club will be meeting tomorrow February 16th from 3:15 to 5:00 in room D-13. 

4.       Hola HPHS!  Latino Club is meeting tomorrow in room C-13 at lunch.  If you need a lunch pass, please see Mrs. Stewart.

5.       Class of 2011 Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser February 26.  All Seniors are asked to sell 5 tickets.  Senior volunteers are also needed.  Please see Mrs. Washington for tickets and to sign up to volunteer. 

6.       Seniors and Juniors:  If you are interested in buying your prom tickets at a bargain price of $35.00, please see Sarah Tejeda or Ms. Stanley at lunch in D-12 to purchase them.  After February the price for prom tickets will be $40.00.

7.       Seniors and Juniors:  If you are interested in buying your prom tickets at a bargain price of $35.00, please see Sarah Tejeda or Ms. Stanley at lunch in D-12 to purchase them.  After February the price for prom tickets will be $40.00.

8.       Soccer is hosting their annual MOVIE NIGHT Feb 17th Thursday. the movie is "The other Guys" with mark wallberg and will ferrell. Tickets are just $5 and it includes the movie, popcorn and a drink. Other food and snacks will be sold separately. See a soccer member for details

9.       Students interested in hearing about breast cancer treatments and prevention, please join the Women's Health Club this Friday for an early lunch meeting with a UC Davis cancer specialist on breast cancer awareness.  Early lunch passes are available from Ms. Meltvedt.

10.    Students interested in serving on a Leadership Advisory Council in Sacramento this Spring and Summer, please see Ms. Meltvedt or Ms. L for an application --it is due Thursday so don't delay. 

 

This is your Black History Month fact of the Day:

The Harlem Renaissance was a Great African American arts movement in New York City in 1920.  Langston Hughes, a celebrated Harlem Renaissance poet and writer, wrote of black defiance.

 

Well, that’s it for today’s news.  Remember to have a great day and keep roaring on.  ROAR!!!

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