Cossatot River High School Announcements 10/30/2018
Cossatot River High School Announcements 10/30/2018
Mickey Ford
Tuesday, October 30, 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS

                                                 Tuesday, October 30, 2018    

 

         BREAKFAST:

Variety Cereal w/Graham Cracker

Pancake on a Stick

Cereal Bar

Pop Tart

Yogurt

Fruit

Juice

Milk

 

        LUNCH:

Beef Salisbury Steak w/Brown Gravy

Chicken Fried Steak

Ham & Cheese Sub

Baked Chips/ Wheat Roll

Mashed Potatoes

Green Beans

Fruit

Salad Bar/ Milk

 

 

SPORTS:

BASKETBALL:  Oct. 30th â€“Caddo Hills, JG, SG, SB, here, 5:00

 

CROSS COUNTRY: Nov. 2nd—Hot Springs

 

***November 2, 2018—Herff Jones, Senior cap & gown orders and 11th Grade make up ring order

***November 9, 2018—Picture re-takes, Sports pictures and Club pictures

***November 9, 2018—Jr High Choir All Region

***November 10, 2018—Sr High Choir All Region

***November 19-23, 2018—Thanksgiving Break

 

 

***If you are planning to attend Beta conference in January, please see Mrs. Alexander to sign up for competition ASAP.

 

***Book Fair will continue this week and through Tuesday in the library.  Any one purchasing items will be put in a drawing for a prize. Wednesday's winner was Alison Thurston.

 

***On Wednesday, October 31, the FCS speaker will be Max Hartwig (FBC Board Camp Youth). Please come and enjoy some fun and fellowship! Everyone is welcome!

 

***Spelling Bee meeting in Mrs. Kesterson's room on Tuesday, October 30, during Jr. High lunch. Please stop by my classroom to pick up your Scripps National Spelling Bee lists.

 

***Starting the second nine weeks Mrs. Kesterson and Mrs.Trinidad will begin an ESL student of the month. The students who meet the requirements will be treated to lunch by the ESL teachers along with being recognized with a certificate and their picture displayed in the hallway. The students must meet the following criteria: Report to the lab when scheduled, turn in assignments in a timely manner, work ethic and great character in the classroom.         

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