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Monstober darkness edges out Nickelodeon

photo credit: Krystal Wooten

Frighteningly bad \\ Disney's and Nickelodeon's ghastly Halloween series let freshman Breanna Wooten down.

Varsity’s void

Standing on the sidelines \\ Senior varsity cheerleader Karaline Klakamp watches the football players play as she thinks about the next cheer to encourage the boys Sept. 27 at a game against West Mesquite. No matter their grade, all cheerleaders should have a shot at being on the varsity team.

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All smiles \\ Sophomore Connor Phelps surprises his girlfriend, freshman Rylie Flaherty, with a homecoming proposal. “I was really mad and I didn't want to go outside, but I'm glad I did,” Flaherty said.

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Weekly Announcements

Homecoming dance

The homecoming dance is Oct. 19 in the cafeteria from 7-10 p.m. Tickets are on sale during lunch Oct. 11-18 for $20 or $25 when purchased at the door. Students bringing a guest from another school, must pick up a form from offices 108 or 805. The form must be completed and turned in by Oct. 11.

 

Scholarship opportunity

Friends of Texas Public Schools is giving away their annual Celebrating Texas Public Schools Scholarship to graduating seniors. Enter a visual media project explaining the personal value of public education along with the completion of an online application for a chance to win. This year, Friends is awarding two seniors— one entering the workforce, trade school, or military and one planning on going to college. The deadline is Oct. 15. Visit https://www.fotps.org/scholarship?fbclid=IwAR1yluxuwpQGylWHd1NYGyOONTCOMH7r52bIt6E5t96iN0EtVjEigMKqLxg for more information. 

 

PTA hosting art contest

The Parent Teacher Association is hosting the annual PTA Arts Reflections Contest, an arts contest with a theme and awards. Students may enter into any or all categories. Each entry must be the original work of one student, created specifically for the contest, and based on the national theme of this school year, ‘‘Look Within” and the guidelines developed by National PTA by Oct. 31. To find out the rules, requirements, and awards, visit https://www.txpta.org/reflections-participation.

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