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ANNOUNCEMENTS Week of:  03/23/2015 

Monday:  Hamburger
Tuesday:  Sauce Piquante
Wednesday:  Beef & Gravy
Thursday:  Corn Dog
Friday:  Fish Burger

 April 13  Monday April 13-Blood Drive
 Prom Saturday, March 28-Rustic Romance
 Rustic Romance Prom tickets are available in the front office.  The cost is $10 per person.  

Anyone attending prom must have a permission slip submitted as well.  Get your permission slips in the front office.

If you would like a Prom DVD - please make a $10 down payment or pay the full $20 payment prior to prom to the front office.

NOTE:  You must have all school fees prior to purchasing any of these items.
 Are you interested in a career in Healthcare?
 health Applications are now available for the "2015 A-HEC of a Summer" Program.  This summer program offers high school students, who are interested in health careers, a chance to experience career opportunities by taking part in volunteer work at local health care facilities.  Applications are available from your science teacher or Mrs. Shirley.
 Electronic Donations for Active-Duty Military hosted by Sr. BETA
 electronics Sr. Beta chose an extremely valuable service project this fall:  we are asking people to donate their new or gently-used electronic devices, such as cell phones, MP3  players, or iPods.  These devices will help raise money to pay for calling cards for active-duty military members and veterans.  Each device will prove 2.5 hours of free talk time.  Please don't let your old device go to waste and help serve the people who have served our country.  The homeroom with the most items collected will receive a breakfast of donuts and juice. . . Thanks.
Coat Donations are being collect by FCCLA
 COAT The weather is cold .  . . remember the FCCLA organization will continue to collect coats/jackets for our local community members in need and the June Jenkins women's shelter.  Coats jackets may be turned into Mrs. Kingan or the front office, all sizes are needed.

March 21:  Chloe Miller
March 22:  James Bailey

March 23:  Alexis Sonnier
March 24:  Abby Clendening, Bailey Martin, Kennedy Cooley
March 25:  Kylee Franklin, Zack Hatten, Kyelee Duet
March 26:  Coleton Guidry
March 27:  Wyatt Gillette

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TROY” the Trojan is cruising the halls looking for good behavior.  Students remember to obey TROY!!!!  Teachers don’t forget to reward the students with Trojan tickets, you will also get rewarded. 

Take Responsibility

Respect Everyone

Obey safe Practices

Yearn for excellence