- JH and HS FCH groups will meet on Thursday during their respective lunch periods in the community room! When you go through the lunch line, ask for a styrofoam tray --then you won't have to go back to return your regular tray! Invite a friend! Let's fill the room and have fun!
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- We would like to acknowledge 3 students we accidentally missed at the Academic Celebration for making the Honor Roll First quarter. Congratulations to Joe Miller, Matthew Miles and Andrew Webber, Carmen Collins!
- Here are the rankings for the canned food drive so far:
for 7-8: Mr. Weis - 1st place with 45 Points Mrs. McDaniel - 2nd place with 15 points for 9-12: Mrs. Mendoza in first place with 180 points Mrs. Cuellar in second place with 140 points Ms. Shumway in third place with 120 points Miss Wente in 4th place with 30 points Mrs. Welch has negative 30 points Ms. James has negative 40 points Boxes will be cleared on Friday; if you add new food before then, take it directly to Mrs. Stockwell to be tallied. Keep bringing in lots of food
- Sophomores will be going to Millstream this afternoon. You will be released for lunch at 11:45 and will be returning to school around 2:30
- Hancock Youth Leadership is hosting a Cornhole Tournament on Saturday November 19th at 1:30 P.m. at Van Buren High School. To enter into this tournament, each team will have to buy in for $20 with prizes of corn hole boards and Chic-fil-a giftcards for winning teams. A taco truck will be present at the event. To register, go to Miss Wente's room to scan the QR code. Any other questions can be directed towards Carson Skulina.
- In 1999, US Senator Harry Reid introduced a resolution that led to the creation of International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. Reid lost his father to suicide in 1972 and the cause was close to his heart. It was then designated into Congress and placed before Thanksgiving as the holiday season can be a hard time for survivors. Every year the Saturday before Thanksgiving is set aside to support Survivors Day events all over the world and the peace that it brings.
Today, Hopeful Hornets and Mrs. Price will have Suicide Prevention buttons available at lunch for students to remember loved ones and to honor those that are healing and living in hope.