Big Walnut Schools News


Sunbury News Staff



Some parents have contacted us with concern about high school students in the Spanish Club participating in a project for Operation Christmas Child during the school day. There are two issues with this that we have remedied: first, students can still participate but their participation is voluntary, not mandatory. Second, students who wish to participate must collect and assemble materials during their own time, not during instructional time.

Further, while Operation Christmas Child is a religious-based program, it is important to note that our participation and involvement is not. Our hope is that students and families will use their own best judgement in doing what is right for them.

In the meantime, the Spanish club will meet next week, after school hours, on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 2:30-4 p.m. to finalize the project. Those wishing to participate can turn their boxes into any Spanish teacher if they choose to finish their boxes at home.

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Weekly Updates from Big Walnut High School

November 1, 2017

It was a short but full week at BWHS. A reminder that there will be no school on Thursday and Friday, November 2 and 3 for conference compensation. Additionally, we remind all citizens, aged 18 and above, to get out and exercise their right to vote on Tuesday, November 7.

As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your child’s teachers, school counselor or the administration if you have any questions or concerns. Feel free to contact the main office at 740-965-3766 between the hours of 7:15 and 3:15.

BWLSD is on the ballot this Tuesday

If you have any last minute questions, please feel free to reach out to our district office.

Group Picture Day Friday, November 10

Group picture day will be Friday, November 10. All clubs and organizations at the school will be photographed on this day. We will also have the senior panoramic photograph at 7:40 am. All seniors should wear black shirts for this picture and the panoramic will be available for purchase from HR Imaging for $15.

Big Walnut Local Schools Publishes 2nd Annual Quality Profile

BWLS has recently published its second annual quality profile. This is a companion tool to the district report card and helps our community get a more accurate picture of what is happening in each of our buildings.

Junior Prom Committee Fundraiser

Junior prom committee is selling Yankee Candles through November 10th. Candles are discounted and can be purchased at www.yankeecandlefundraising.com.

Enter 999976493 in the “Start Shopping” box.

Be sure to browse and do some holiday shopping while helping to make this year’s prom a great one!

Toiletry Drive

During the upcoming holiday season many kids make lists of things they want, but some students are just hoping to fulfill their list of needs. You can help by donating to the toiletry drive. These items are distributed in times of crisis and need for Big Walnut students. Some suggested items include: deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, hair care supplies, contact cleaners and cases, and feminine hygiene products, and large zip-lock bags. Items can be turned in to the counseling office as well as to Mrs. Furan in study hall through Tuesday, November 21st.

Updates from the School Counseling Office

Early-Action Deadlines:

Several early-action deadlines for college admission are rapidly approaching. Many have a deadline of November 1. Seniors, please make sure you are on top of your deadlines and if you need any assistance, see your school counselor.

Pre-ACT:

All sophomores will be taking the Pre-ACT on November 7 as preparation for taking the ACT their junior year. Parents will be provided with a detailed score report after testing so they are aware of how their son or daughter performed on the test.

ASVAB Given at BWHS:

The ASVAB will be given at BWHS, again, on November 9. Students should sign up in the School Counseling office.

Sophomore Trip to the DACC:

All sophomores will visit the DACC on Tuesday, November 21. This hands-on field trip will allow all of our students to see what the DACC offers and then decide if it is the right fit for them!

Upcoming Events at BWHS

November 2 and 3: NO SCHOOL (Conference Comp Days)

November 6: Academic Boosters (PTO) Meeting at 6:30 pm

November 7: Academic Boosters Pie Sale Begins

November 7: Pre-ACT (Sophomores)

November 9: Class Ring and Graduation Products Order Day (during lunch periods)

November 10: Group Picture Day and Senior Panoramic Picture

November 10: Senior Portraits during lunch

November 16: BWLSD Board Meeting at 6:30 pm

November 17: Second Term Interims

November 20: Academic Boosters Pie Pick-up (Auxiliary Gym)

November 21: Sophomore Visit to the DACC

November 22-24: Thanksgiving Break

November 27: NO SCHOOL- Teacher Professional Development

Big Walnut High School

Student Announcement

November 1 2017

Wrestling conditioning will start on Monday, November 6th from 2:45-4 PM. For anyone interested in wrestling this season, there will be a mandatory meeting immediately after school on Wednesday, November 1st in Coach Moore’s room (Room 016). If you have any questions, please see Coach Moore.(1)

The ASVAB test will be offered on November 9th. If you are interested in signing up, please see Mrs. Strahler in the counseling office for more information.(11/8)

Just in time for the holiday gift giving season, the Junior Prom Committee will be selling Yankee Candles. See a committee member to order!!(11/3)

The Book Club will meet Monday, November 6th after school in the Innovation Center from 2:30-3:15 to discuss our first book. Please see Mrs. Sanchez or Mrs. Macklin with any questions. (6)

There will be a FCA meeting next Monday, 11.6.17 from 6:30 to 7:30 PM in the Atrium. (6)

The Leo Club Fall Party is Wednesday from 7-10 in Ms. Thomas’s room! Please RSVP on google classroom by the end of the day Wednesday to make sure we get enough Cane’s! (1)

During the upcoming holiday season many of us will make lists of things we want but some students are just hoping to fulfill their list of needs.You can help by donating to the toiletry drive. These items are distributed in times of crisis and need for Big Walnut students. Some suggested items include: deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, hair care supplies, contact cleaners and cases, and lotion. Items can be turned in to the counseling office as well as to Mrs. Furan in study hall through Tuesday, November 21st.(10)

Seniors: The panoramic photo will be taken at 7:40 am on Friday, November 10, which is also group picture day. Please wear a black shirt. If you did not receive an order form, you can get one in the main office. Questions, see Mrs. McDonough. (9)

Group Picture Day is Friday, November 11th in the gymnasium. The following groups will have pictures taken: The Senior Panoramic will take place at 7:40am. See Mrs. McDonough for more information. Clubs and Organizations will have pictures taken during periods 1, 2, 3, 7, & 8. Any seniors who have not yet had their yearbook portraits taken will have those taken during periods 4, 5, & 6. Names of seniors and the club schedules are posted on the office and IC. Please see Mrs. Sanchez with any questions. (9)

Attention Seniors: Jostens will return to Big Walnut High School on Thursday, November 9th during the lunch periods to collect senior graduation orders including Cap & gown and Eagle Packages.. Please remember to bring in your completed order form as well as your payment. Any senior who orders a Jostens class ring or an Eagle Package will receive your cap & gown unit FREE! Any question please call 1-800-JOSTENS

Attention Sophomores: Jostens will return to Big Walnut High School on Thursday, November 9th during the lunch periods to collect class ring and all other class jewelry orders. Please remember to bring your completed order form and payment. Don’t forget you can easily design and print your order form from home by visiting Jostens.com. Any sophomore that turns in a Jostens order on Thursday, November 9th will receive a FREE class of 2020 companion ring. Any questions please call 1-800-JOSTENS.

Hello Big Walnut High School, the rumors are true,once again we would like to invite you all to join the coolest club in all the school district. You guessed it. The Big Walnut Ski Club. Where else can you feel the cool breeze rushing by your face while ripping down the slopes with your new best friend, Nowhere!!! So don’t delay! Get your ski club packets in the office, fill them out and get them back to school so you don’t get left out!

Did you know that the U.S. is the largest country named after a real person (Amerigo Vespucci) Come stop by the Eagle’s Nest and check out what we have. Earbuds are back in. Great stickers from Mrs. Maxson’s print shop. Buy a shirt and sign our wall. A shout out to Mya Staysniak, Josh Halbakken and Daisy Rooney for their shirt purchase! We are open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings and 4th and 5th period lunches.

Mu Alpha Theta members please remember to check the classroom. Tutoring opportunities are available.

The ASVAB test will be offered on November 9th. If you are interested in signing up, please see Mrs. Strahler in the counseling office for more information.

The Book Club will meet Monday, November 6th after school in the Innovation Center from 2:30-3:15 to discuss our first book. Please see Mrs. Sanchez or Mrs. Macklin with any questions. (6)

There will be a FCA meeting next Monday, 11.6.17 from 6:30 to 7:30 PM in the Atrium.

During the upcoming holiday season many of us will make lists of things we want but some students are just hoping to fulfill their list of needs.You can help by donating to the toiletry drive. These items are distributed in times of crisis and need for Big Walnut students. Some suggested items include: deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, hair care supplies, contact cleaners and cases, and lotion. Items can be turned in to the counseling office as well as to Mrs. Furan in study hall through Tuesday, November 21st.(10)

The Book Club will meet Monday, November 6th after school in the Innovation Center from 2:30-3:15 to discuss our first book. Please see Mrs. Sanchez or Mrs. Macklin with any questions.

Weekly Updates from Big Walnut High School

October 27, 2017

So much going on and so much to celebrate this week at BWHS! Our entire freshmen class went through Challenge Day with the help of upperclass mentors. We congratulated Eagle Strong winners for the month of October-Jagger Barnett, Jasmine Lucas, Dante Chhuom, and Jackson Seiple. Several of our athletic teams are playing in post-season contests this weekend and our FFA students traveled to the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis! This week also marks the beginning of the second quarter. Grade cards were available for you to view through PowerSchool on Wednesday. We had great turnout for our second round of parent-teacher conferences on Thursday evening as well as two excellent presentations on College and Career Readiness and drug awareness.

26 hours of Eagle Greatness!

The next 26 hours marks an unprecedented amount of Championship Athletic contests for the Big Walnut Golden Eagles! Our band marched and played through the hallways on Friday to celebrate each of these teams!

Friday 10.27

7:00 (Home) – Football team plays for an undefeated/undisputed league title and a possible playoff berth.

Saturday 10.28

12:30 pm (@Pick North HS) – For the first time in school history, our Girl’s Varsity Cross Country Team will compete in the OHSAA Division I Regional Cross Country Meet.

4:00 pm (@Licking Hts. HS) – Our Volleyball Team plays for an OHSAA Div II District Championship vs London.

8:00 pm (@Westerville North HS) – BWHS Girls Soccer takes on Granville for an OHSAA Div II District Championship.

GO EAGLES!!!

German Classes Celebrate Oktoberfest!

All German classes at Big Walnut celebrate Oktoberfest. Students bring in homemade German desserts and German Club takes care of the brats, buns and sauerkraut. Although the original Oktoberfest celebrated a royal wedding, German students celebrate Oktoberfest as a culminating activity for the month of projects and research about German-American heritage, the reunification of East and West Germany, German elections and political systems and typical German vacations.

2nd and 7 Reading Program Visits BWE

Last Friday, members of our girls basketball, girls softball and girls volleyball teams made a visit to read to second graders at Big Walnut Elementary. Our varsity sports teams are participating in this program each month through the Second and Seven Foundation. Big Walnut is even featured on their website as a participating school. The mission of the program is to promote reading by providing free books and positive role models to kids in need while encouraging young athletes of the community to pay it forward. Our BW efforts are coordinated by 2011 Big Walnut grad Tabatha Piper who now coaches Varsity Girls’ Basketball.

Results from the National FFA Convention

Four of our FFA students competed in the National Invitation Quiz and placed 5th out of 43 total teams! This competition asks students to study the complex structure of the National FFA Organization, as well as its history and important documents. Students are quizzed on their knowledge of these topics. Individually, Rachel Sherman placed 12th, Liz Ansel placed 23rd, Chris Dible placed 26th and Madi Withrow placed 37th. This same group of students won the state contest to advance to this level.

And, a really big shout-out to sophomore Liz Ansel, who advanced to the national semi-finals in public speaking. This means Liz is in the top 16 in the nation! Congrats, Liz!

French and Spanish Classes Participating in Operation Christmas Child

Madame Burchett’s French I and Spanish II classes are participating in a community service project this week, packing shoe boxes with Christmas gifts for Operation Christmas Child. Students are encouraged to bring in items to help fill these shoe boxes to be distributed to children in need. Please see this attached flier for donation suggestions.

Gracias for all of your help with the Puslsera Project! We were able to raise $750 to COMPLETELY benefit the artisans in Nicaragua and Guatemala. Wear those pulseras and color the world!

BWMS Pledges to Stick Together

It has been another fantastic week at BWMS. Our students continue to grow and develop from specific feedback within the classrooms as teachers inspire and guide students to their maximum potential. As a reminder, student report cards were posted online this past Wednesday morning. Check it out and talk with your student.

On Monday next week we will have an extended Advisory lesson at the end of the day as we talk about Sticking Together against Bullying. We are excited about the opportunity for our staff and students to get to know each other at a deeper level. We desire to SOAR Above the Line.

Sincerely,

Mr. Josh Frame

Important Updates and Reminders

Report Cards were posted online in PowerSchool this past week. We encourage you to review your student’s progress. Our next Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on November 9th.

Please sign up for BWMS November 9th Conference

Please find the corresponding BWMS teachers with the conference times available below. You may choose to sign up to meet with just one (1) teacher or the whole team depending on your needs. If you wish to meet with a team of teachers together, please select all of the teachers at the same conference time. Please remember to include Co-Teachers when signing up for a time slot and exclude Student Center Teachers. We thank you for partnering with us to Inspire and Guide your student in 2017-18.

Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:

1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on SignUp.com: http://signup.com/login/entry/497005177294140048

2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on SignUp.com)

3. Sign up! Choose your spots – SignUp.com will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!

Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact the BWMS office and we can sign you up manually.

BWMS Veterans Day Breakfast 11/16/17

Upcoming Events

November

1-15 BWMS Yearbook Cover Contest

1 Picture Retake Day

2-3 No School in lieu of conferences

7 Kids Vote

9 Conferences, 4:00-7:30

16 Veterans Day Breakfast

16 BWMS PTO Meeting

16 Winter Sports Pictures

17 Grade Update Day

17 Advisory Day

21 Staff vs. Students Volleyball Game

22-24 Thanksgiving Break

27 Teacher PD Day

BWMS Parent Update

11/01/17

All of our students discussed the importance of Kindness on Monday during Advisory. They identified actions they can take to contribute to a positive environment at BWMS. I was proud to hear all of the student share stories of how they have been supported by adults and fellow students this year. We are proud of BWMS and we Pledge to Stick Together Against Bullying!

BWMS is proud to host a Veterans Breakfast on Thursday November 16th. This event is sponsored by the BWMS Student Council and CBI Program. We encourage families to invite a local hero to our school and enjoy a good meal together.

BWMS does not have school on Thursday 11/2 and Friday 11/3 in lieu of parent teacher conferences.

Tuesday November 7th – Go Vote.

Thursday November 9th – Parent Teacher Conferences.

November

1-15 BWMS Yearbook Cover Contest

7 Kids Vote

9 Conferences, 4:00-7:30

16 Veterans Day Breakfast

16 BWMS PTO Meeting

16 Winter Sports Pictures

17 Grade Update Day

17 Advisory Day

21 Staff vs. Students Volleyball Game

22-24 Thanksgiving Break

27 Teacher PD Day

Athletic Updates

Reminder that all athletes should have their final forms complete and hard copy of the physical submitted prior to participation.

All schedules are posted online at bigwalnutathletics.net

BWI Weekly Update

P/T Conferences

Our 3rd set of Parent-Teacher Conferences will take place on Thursday, November 16th, 2017, from 3-7 PM. If you would like to set up a time to meet with your child’s teachers, please contact the office at 740-965-7800.

6th-Grade Heartland Outdoor School Meeting

There will be an informational parent meeting about the 6th-grade Outdoor School trip on Thursday, November 30th, from 6-7 PM in the BWI Gymnasium.

GRE Weekly Wrap

October 30, 2017

Honoring our Military

November 10th at 9:10am, we will be hosting a Veteran’s day program to celebrate our currently active military members and veterans. An invite will be coming home asking that families invite any family members currently serving or having formerly served to join us so we can honor them. Thank you for your help!

Yearbook Art Contest

The Yearbook Art Contest forms will be going home with interested students on the day they have art! This is an optional contest for students to have the opportunity to have their artwork on the front cover, back cover or class page of the yearbook. Completed entries can be turned into the box outside the art room by Friday November 10th! Please see Mrs. Doran with any questions : )

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GRE Parents:

Happy Monday! We look forward to seeing everyone at conferences this week and celebrating your child’s growth! Thank you, in advance, for taking the time to join us; it is truly our pleasure to work with your children.

Have a great week!

Regards,

Megan Rose Forman

Principal

The Great Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Wow! Our pumpkins looked great!

Congratulations to our pizza party winners:

Mr. Patterson’s 2nd grade

Mr. Hardin’s 3rd grade

Mrs. Dixon’s 1st grade

Honoring our Military

November 10th at 9:10am, we will be hosting a Veteran’s day program to celebrate our currently active military members and veterans. An invite will be coming home asking that families invite any family members currently serving or having formerly served to join us so we can honor them. Thank you for your help!

Yearbook Art Contest

The Yearbook Art Contest forms will be going home with interested students on the day they have art! This is an optional contest for students to have the opportunity to have their artwork on the front cover, back cover or class page of the yearbook. Completed entries can be turned into the box outside the art room by Friday November 10th! Please see Mrs. Doran with any questions : )

Upcoming Events

November 3: No School-Conference comp day

November 5: Daylight savings time ends-Fall back

November 6: 3rd Grade Walking trip to Meyers Inn

November 9: Pizza Parties for Pumpkin decorating contest

—PTO Meeting, 7pm

November 10: Veteran’s day program, 9:10am

November 13: Canned Food Drive begins

November 16: BOE Meeting, 6:30pm

November 21: Box Tops Due

—Canned Food Drive ends

—Party Wagon & Popsicles with the Principal

November 22: Thanksgiving break begins!

November 27: Waiver day

Dear BWE families,

I hope everyone had a great weekend. This week our third graders took the ELA Ohio State Test on Tuesday and Wednesday. We are proud of all of their hard work.

Thank you for all of you who volunteered for the Fall Harvest Parties on Friday. The students had a blast playing games, making crafts and eating snacks, our BWE parents are simply the BEST!

Report cards went live on Wednesday morning. Please let the office know if you were not able to access the report card. Conferences are this week, please call the office to schedule a conference with your child’s teacher if you have not already done so. Don’t forget that the Book Fair is this week as well. Click here if you would like to sign up to help.

As a reminder there is no school for Preschool and Kindergarten students this Wednesday and there is no school for all grades on Thursday and Friday.

Have a great week!

Annie Clark

Classroom Happenings at HSE

Wowza what a week! Can you believe that we had Harvest Parties this week? The first quarter is over, the first report card is “live,” conferences are next week, the 50th day of school has come and gone, and we are approaching the holidays! What, what?!?! It’s been a fantastic start to the school year!

Please make sure that you have logged onto your Power School account to view your child’s report card. If you need helping doing this, please call the office and we will gladly give support. It is the same system you used to do the online paperwork this year.

I am happy to announce that… WE WON, WE WON!!! HSE gets to keep the coveted homecoming spirit award this year. We have won three out of our four years. Woot Woot! SO exciting!

I hope you have a great weekend full of all things fall and family! We appreciate you and look forward to seeing you at conferences next week. Happy Halloween!

Fondly,

Kim. 🙂

“There is magic in the night when pumpkins glow by moonlight.“ -unknown

Preschoolers drew letters in salt, counted pumpkins, matched candy corn to numbers, talked about Halloween Safety, and made themselves into mummies with construction paper and masking tape!

Kindergarteners finished up bats and then did all things pumpkins! They made pumpkin slime, decided if they would sink or float and made pumpkin faces by tracing shapes and hands!

1st graders worked on the concept of greater than, less than, and equal to. They enjoyed learning about pumpkins and it’s life cycle and had a blast on their Fun Friday (ask them what they did!).

2nd graders enjoyed 50s day by blowing the biggest bubble, building with Lincoln Logs, eating root beer floats, listening to a guest speaker that lived in the 1950s, and dressing up as 50s kids. They also had a great time researching a spider at home and presenting their learning to the class.

3rd graders did an EXCELLENT job trying their hardest on the Language Arts OST! They also started multiplication and learned the songs to help them remember how to skip count to multiply (ask them to sing them to you!). Personal narratives are also close to publishing.

4th graders practiced their math skills by doing daily word problems, and working on Xtra Math and FrontRow instructional software (ask them how they track their progress), got together in their book clubs to talk about their Halloween books,

With a grateful heart:

We want to thank Adorah Pace-Bowen and her family for donating some hula hoops to HSE for use during recess time. They are certainly well appreciated and well loved! 🙂

Some Reminders and FYI:

Do you plan on voting November 7th? Hope so!

Family Night at Fun in the Jungle on November 6th… more info to come!

Come help Ms. Albertson hang artwork if you have a few moments! Just email her at melaniealbertson@bwls.net.

Upcoming Events:

Nov. 2: No School

Nov. 2: Conferences 8am-4pm

Nov. 3: No School

Nov. 6-17: Canned Food Drive

Nov. 6- Fun in the Jungle Night 4:30-7:30pm

Nov. 7- VOTING DAY… get out and VOTE! 🙂

Nov. 7- Picture Retake Day

Nov. 9- Veteran’s Day Assembly 2:15-3:15pm

Quote of the Week: “I cannot always control how I feel about other people but I certainly am in control of how I behave toward other people.” —James C. Hunter in The Servant

Dear Souders’ Families:

I wanted to remind families of two important Souders’ procedures designed to keep students safe. When dropping off a student before school or picking up a student after school, we ask that parents use the “valet” line. We want to limit foot traffic around buses during those times. Parents should not use the parking lot out front during these times.

Secondly when a student is sick from school, we ask that you either call the office directly or use the online attendance form.

SOU Student Absence Excuse Form

We appreciate your communicating directly with your child’s teacher, but please also communicate with the office. Calling the office or using the online form helps us get that information much more quickly.

Our first priority is student safety. Please help us keep your student safe.

Thanks,

Mr. Cox

Quote of the Week: “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” — John Quincy Adams

Dear BWE families,

What a week! Thanks everyone for coming to conferences! We hope that you have learned all about your child’s grows and glows! As always, if you have any questions feel free to contact your child’s teacher!

On behalf of the staff at BWE, I would like to say THANK YOU to all of the volunteers that helped cook and prepare dinner and lunch for the teachers this week during conferences. I would also like to say THANK YOU for all of your help with the book fair this week! Our new playground is officially up and running…the preschoolers are loving it!

Next week our Girls on the Run team will be doing a practice 5K on Thursday, November 9th. If you are interested in volunteering please contact the office. Their official race will be on Saturday, November 18th. Thank you to all of the coaches who have helped support this great program for our girls.

Please make sure to check out our lost and found the next time you are at BWE…it is growing by the day! All clothing will be donated if not claimed by Thanksgiving break.

Have a wonderful weekend,

Annie Clark

“Time with those one loves is the greatest gift.“ -unknown

We had a fun, short week! The kids were overjoyed to trick or treat and thought it was so cool to have a “fake Friday!” We had a good time celebrating with them this week.

Thank you to all that came to conferences this week to talk about your child(ren). We hope you were able to celebrate successes and determine goals/growth areas for the rest of the year! We appreciate every way that you join us a team to ensure growth in your cherub(s).

Don’t forget to VOTE on TUESDAY, send in canned foods for our food drive, send in your Veteran’s Day hearts with the name of vets you love, and plan to come to our Veteran’s Day program with any veterans this week. Fun times!

Have a great weekend! Hang onto your seats for the next couple weeks. Thanksgiving will come before we blink and December is a truly magical time at HSE. It is amazing… but flies! See you soon!

Fondly,

Kim. 🙂

With a grateful heart:

We want to thank all of the parents that helped to put together our dinners and lunch during conferences! They were so delicious and so appreciated!

Some Reminders and FYI:

Family Night at Fun in the Jungle on November 6th! This is an event that requires parents to come due to supervision. If a child shows up without a parent, we will call to make sure someone is responsible for them.

If you need help getting to your child’s report card, please call the office. Please know that you cannot use the PowerSchool app to view them, you have to use a browser.

Upcoming Events:

Nov. 3: No School

Nov. 6-17: Canned Food Drive

Nov. 6- Fun in the Jungle Night 4:30-7:30pm

Nov. 7- VOTING DAY… get out and VOTE! 🙂

Nov. 7- Picture Retake Day

Nov. 9- Veteran’s Day Assembly 2:15-3:15pm

Nov. 14- PTO Meeting @ 7pm

Nov. 16- Board Meeting @ 6:30pm

Nov. 22- Nov. 27- No School: Thanksgiving Break

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Sunbury News Staff