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Wednesday, November 14th

posted Nov 14, 2012, 6:47 AM by Marie Slany

Well, have you produced any trash today? I hope not. This is No Trash day, remember? Come join us in the courtyard at lunch to see how much trash was collected around campus yesterday. As a student body we should try to minimize our trash. I hope you’re ready for some exercise and fresh air because tomorrow is TRANSPORTATION DAY! You are challenged tomorrow, and for the rest of the week, to travel only by bike, scooter, skateboard, roller blades, your own two feet or whatever other environmentally friendly method you can come up with!  If a vehicle is unavoidable, try to use public transportation or car pool with someone else.  

Are you ready for Mountain Pointe Dance Company’s Fall show….”The Final Cut”??  The show is on Wednesday & Thursday, November 28th and 29th at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium.  Tickets are already on sale at the Bookstore so you can avoid the rush.  Students are $6.00, Adults are $7.00 and children five and under are free.  Tickets will also be available at the door on show nights.

The Key club is hosting a towel drive for a local animal shelter.  Bring in new or gently used towels to the front office or to Mrs. Zahara’s room, F233 before Thursday, November 15th.

Today is recycling day so please put your recycling outside your classroom doors.

"This Friday is another 'football playoff Friday' for the pride!! the fellowship of Christian athletes invites you to join us and get your 'football playoff Fridays' off to a great start. Come and join us in the small gym at 7 a.m.. Izzy Marshall, Mt. Pointe alum and current ASU football player, will be our guest speaker. Come and bring a friend, and make some new friends. Everyone is welcome. FCA...a great way to start your day!!

Attention all National Art Honors Society members:  There will be a meeting tomorrow during AcLab in Mr. Adams room.  Please remember to pay your dues to the bookstore. 

Here is the sustainability fact of the day:
When you shop for a new appliance, look for the Energy Star label — your assurance that the product saves energy.

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