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    Announcement: 2008-10-30

    By: The Feather Editors

    SCHEDULE FOR “SPIRITUAL EMPHASIS WEEK” OCTOBER 27-31, 2008

    TUESDAY
    Lunch – Pita Pit
    JV/V volleyball at Tranquillity High School – Tranquillity, 4:30/6 p.m.
    LRC Parent Night – Speaker, Jamie Evans, J.J. Room, 6:30 p.m.

    WEDNESDAY – CHAPEL SCHEDULE
    H.S. gender chapel (Boys – GZ; Girls – FC gym), 12:10 p.m.
    Lunch – Pick Up Stix

    THURSDAY – CHAPEL SCHEDULE
    Book & Walking Buddies – Pinedale, 12:05 p.m.
    HS Chapel – GZ main, 12:10 p.m.
    Lunch – Shredded beef, bean and cheese burritos and Fruit
    JV/V volleyball at Caruthers High School – Caruthers, 4:30/6 p.m.
    V (B/G) CC at John Seaman/Kingsburg Invite – Kingsburg, 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

    FRIDAY
    Lunch – J.H. Yearbook hamburger lunch fundraiser
    H.S. boys’ Bible study – Room 623, 12:40 p.m.
    JV football at Parlier High School – Parlier, 5:30/7:30 p.m.

    For complete sports results, visit the sports section of The Feather Online.

    OPERA TRIP
    Tom McEntee and Molly Sargent will be sponsoring a trip to see The Phantom Of The Opera at The Orpheum in San Francisco, Dec. 5. They will leave school at 2:30 p.m. (during 8th period) and return at approximately 1:30 a.m.

    Students interested must pay a $100 fee to cover the ticket (balcony center) and the charter bus. A non-refundable payment of $50 is due by Oct. 31. The balance will be due in mid November. Students will need to bring additional money for dinner on the way; $20 is suggested, although extra money for programs and other souvenirs may be desired. For more information, contact Sargent or McEntee.

    SPANISH CLUB OFFICER ELECTION RESULTS
    Spanish club members voted for club officers at the Oct. 24 meeting and elected Andrew Rurik for president, Abby Schoettler for vice president, Sydney Ray for secretary, Brian Weskamp for public relations and Scott Thao for treasurer.

    LMC OVERDUE MATERIALS
    The following students have overdue library materials. See Mrs. Brown TODAY to make arrangements: Eric Johnson 1, Tyler Duerr 1, Sydney Ray 2, Connor Gibes 1, Kelsey Hart 1, Daniel Wendel 1 and Terrance Shepherd 1.

    CSF TUTORING PROGRAM
    CSF members will host a table for students to sign-up for the CSF tutoring program on Monday during lunch in the GZ courtyard. This program is a free service for students who need assistance with specific subjects on a temporary basis. For more information, contact CSF tutoring program director Natalie McCallum or CSF adviser Molly Sargent.

    HS BOYS’ BIBLE STUDY
    Every Friday at lunch there is a Bible study for high schools boys in Room 623. Coach Sorenson will be there to lead the discussion. For more information, contact Sorenson.

    ALL SCHOOL SERVICE DAY
    FCS service project day will occur on Nov. 5. Junior high and high school students will serve in the community. School will run from 8 a.m.- 3 p.m., but instead of classes, the students will help at various organizations. It is considered a regular school day and attendance will be taken. More information to follow.

    CSF OFFICER ELECTION RESULTS
    The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) voted for club officers at their Oct. 7 meeting, electing Natalie McCallum for tutor program director, Andrew Rurik for treasurer, Austin Ward for historian, Suzanna Quiring for vice president and Chelsea Joy for president after a run-off with Elizabeth Grossman.

    SERVICE ACADEMIES
    Senior interested in applying for any of the service academies (West Point, Air Force, Naval and Merchant Marines) must pick up an application from Molly Sargent. Applications are due Nov. 1.

    SISTER2SISTER PROGRAM
    The Sister2Sister program signups are underway. This program pairs junior high girls with a high school girl to be their friend and role model in an effort to facilitate the transition from elementary to junior high. As such, “big sisters” are not primarily intended to provide counseling or give unsolicited advice.

    Junior high girls interested in the program must complete and submit a form with parental permission. Forms are available in the JH office and must be returned by Oct. 24. For more information on Sister to Sister, contact Molly Sargent at 299-1695 ext. 126.

    ENTERTAINMENT BOOKS
    Entertainment Books are one of the best fundraisers for your students and for the school. The cost is $25 and students can save up to 50% on restaurants, movies and activities.

    After the sale of the first book, junior and senior high students can designate $7 per book sold to fund their school activities, such as sports, drama, band, choir and CSF.

    For those who send 5 to 10 e-mails to their friends about the entertainment books, students can win a game download or a chance to win a Nintendo Wii.

    If anyone has questions, call Michelle Regnerus at 299-1695, ext. 125, or e-mail her at [email protected].

    USE OF COPIER IN THE OFFICES
    A reminder to the students: the copier machines in the offices are not for student use. If students wish to make copies, they are 10 cents each.

    GIRLS’ BASKETBALL OPEN GYMDATES TO REMEMBER–

    OCTOBER

    Oct. 27 – Friends of the Band Dessert Concert and Fundraiser
    Oct. 28 – Learning Resource Center parent information night

    NOVEMBER
    Nov. 1 – SAT test date
    Nov. 5 – SAT registration for Dec. 6 test; all-school service day
    Nov. 10 – No school, teacher inservice
    Nov. 11 – No school, Veterans Day
    Nov. 26-30 – Thanksgiving holiday break

    DECEMBER
    Dec. 3 – Half day, teacher inservice
    Dec. 6 – SAT test date
    Dec. 15 – Fine Arts Christmas Concert
    Dec. 19 – End of first semester; half day
    Dec. 22-Jan. 11 – Christmas vacation

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