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Monday February 22, 2016 ** E day**

posted Feb 22, 2016, 6:38 AM by Michelle Gravlin

Today is a E day

Lunch today is breaded chicken parmesan sandwich, turkey & cheese chef salad or chicken tenders with seasoned noodles

ALL STUDENTS PLANNING TO PARTICIPATE IN BASEBALL AND/OR SOFTBALL MUST SEE THE NURSE BEFORE FEBRUARY 29, 2016.

Today the whole school will be transitioning into the 7 Habits.  We encourage everyone to embrace the short lessons and try to incorporate them into not only your school life but in your personal life as well.  

Habit 1: Be Proactive-

We are in charge of our life.

What we think affects what we do.

Our behavior serves as a model for others

The applications for CCS Summer Basketball Camp are found in office or online and space is filling up quickly.

The Smuggler’s Notch Trip is a go! Please pay $100 by February 24  in order to go!  See Mr. Gugliotta or Mrs. Swanston for more details.

Attention Seniors. There will be a very important class meeting Tuesday 10th period in Mr. Sandvig's room.

**The following students need to fill out the musical google form that was emailed to them before break: Anna Dumas, Hope Jaquish, Darek LaBare, Olivia Lafleur, Kayla Legacy, and Jordan Martin. Please check your emails and fill out this form TODAY!

There will be a mandatory Junior Science Olympiad meeting today 10th period in Ms. Rieger's room.  Please plan on attending.

This is national FFA week!  The FFA chapter is hosting an AG Trivia game. Please stop by the Ag room during lunch to the questions. The person with the most correct  day will win a prize at the end of the week.

Did you know?  That there are almost 4000 FFA members in NY State…..the largest chapter being in New York City!

On Thursday Officer Charles Toledo from the Border Patrol will be here to speak with any students interested in more information about the Explorer Program.  Mr. Miller has gone into social studies classrooms to give a review of the program.  Please sign up in Mrs. Gravlin's office if interested in attending.


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