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December 10, 2015

posted Dec 10, 2015, 5:46 AM by Cindy Tyree

The front office is selling an assortment of candy (dum dums, jolly rancher, twizzlers, etc) for 25¢ to help raise money for the Angel Tree.  Please come by the front office before/after school, during lunch (and if you have time) between classes.  However, you cannot be tardy for your classes. 

Red Cross Club members: Don't forget out meeting TODAY right after school in Mrs. Cooter's room.

 

The Key Club and School Counseling office are sponsoring a Winter Warmth Drive. Please bring clean coats, hoodies, scarves, hats, gloves and small fleece blankets to your fourth period class between now and January 10. 

 

Anime Club is meeting in Miss Cardwell's room today, after school.

 

Hey, Brookville, do you want to see Mr. Farley dress up like a woman?  Well, if our school raises $2000.00 for the Campbell County Angel Tree by next Tuesday, he and other teachers will be parading around in their finest outfits.  Maybe Mr. Farley volunteered to dress like a woman because he doesn't think we're going to meet our goal.  Let's prove him wrong!

 

The French Club will be selling Noel candy grams for 50 cents.  You can purchase them before school in Mrs. Turner’s room and during lunch at the table outside of the cafeteria.

 

Attention all students! If you haven’t submitted your Christmas limerick for the Poetry and Literature Club competition, you have until TODAY at noon to turn it into Mr. Markey or Bryan Hogg. The winner of the competition will be announced at the next meeting of the Poetry and Literature Club on Thursday December 10th right after school in Mr. Markey's room. The winner will receive a $20 gift card to Barnes and Noble and a copy of the Christmas mixtape. Good luck!

 

All students are encouraged to participate in a school-wide Christmas card drive.  Stop by Mrs. Emanuel’s classroom (102) to use our supplies or make your own and drop it off.  All cards must be delivered to Mrs. Emanuel’s classroom by Monday afternoon.  They will be distributed to the elderly people at nursing homes in our area.  Just think, this simple gesture that only takes a few minutes of your time, can impact someone in a special way.  Let’s get creative and spread joy to those who truly need it this holiday season.  See Mollie Green if you have any questions. 

 

CONGRATULATIONS  to our Boys Wrestling team for their win against Rustburg yesterday 52-21.Great job bees!

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