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Monday 2/20

Congratulations to Marin Boshoven who correctly named August Wilson as last week’s famous African American.

This week’s clue is as follows: This famous African-American inventor and abolitionist was born in New York City, New York in 1791.  He received a patent for what he called dry scouring, or today we would call the dry cleaning process.  He was the first African American to receive a U.S. patent.

Popcorn will be on sale during all three lunches this Wednesday, February 22, 2017. The cost is 50 cents. Come by the popcorn stand during your lunch to pick up a delicious snack.

All of the students scheduling sheets have been sent home and need to be returned to the school with a parent signature. 

Battle of the Book reminder! Your BATTLE of the BOOKS is this afternoon, February 20, after school.  Make sure to schedule a ride home for 5:00.

Tuesday 2/21

A wonderful celebration of reading happened yesterday afternoon @ North.  Congratulations to all the BATTLE of the BOOKs participants!

The winning team members each took home a tower of books and a good time was had by all.

IN a speed round to break a tie, The FIRE BOOK MONKEYS AKA Nadia Famiano, Jackie Odza, Emma Boyl, and Kat Knapp narrowly edged out THE GLASSES #3 (Emmanuel Okolo, Henry Odza, Evan Wahmhoff, and Michael Lumbard).

Great work readers, we're already planning a bigger and better BATTLE for next year! Many thanks to our wonderful team of adults who made this all happen. Mrs. Shook, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Korista, Miss Olivia, and Mrs. Famiano we could not have done this without you!

THE NEW Award Winning lunch bunch groups begin today! 6th and 7th grade students, there are still a few spots left during each lunch, so come to the library if you have already signed up TODAY or if you still want to join come with your lunch and we'll get you on the list!

Attention all spring forensic participants.  There will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, February 23 during TCB in room 106.  Your scripts will be distributed, so you must attend.

This week’s clue is as follows: This famous African-American inventor and abolitionist was born in New York City, New York in 1791.  He received a patent for what he called dry scouring, or today we would call the dry cleaning process.  He was the first African American to receive a U.S. patent. 

Popcorn will be on sale during all three lunches this Wednesday, February 22, 2017. The cost is 50 cents. Come by the popcorn stand during your lunch to pick up a delicious snack.

Wednesday 2/22

 

Thursday 2/23

 

Friday 2/24

 

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