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    Announcement: 2012-11-07

    WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR NOVEMBER 7-9

    By Natalie Griffin, Writer

    Wednesday – Half Day Schedule
    Early release ~ No lunch ~ 12:00 p.m.

    Thursday – Chapel Schedule
    Chapel ~ 12:10 p.m.
    Lunch ~ Burrito, CSF ~ 12:40 p.m.

    Friday
    Lunch ~ Chick-Fil-A, provided by Boys Soccer ~ 12:35 p.m.

    NEW CONTEST FOR STUDENTS
    The student leadership class is starting a contest this week. You could win a gift card and other prizes. All you have to do is make comments on The Feather. You can comment on a VIDEO, SLIDESHOW, PHOTO, ARTICLE, PODCAST, etc. Every time you make 3 in a day your name goes in a drawing for that week. The more comments you make, the more chances you have to win!

    In order for your comment to be eligible it has to use the following criteria: 1. Comments should be at least three sentences long. 2. They may give critiques (because that could be very helpful), but no vulgar language and do not attack a student, teacher or the school.

    Good Luck

    OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
    Please consider taking the opportunity to show your child the true spirit of giving at Christmas through Operation Christmas Child. Pack a shoe box with your child to send to needy children throughout the world. The children have lists of the suggested items, many of which can be purchased at a dollar store or at reasonable prices. Please be sure to put in only brand new items and include small toys (with no weapons), school supplies, and hygiene items. Most important is to pray over the box and for the child who will receive it. For more suggestions or to download a new form to go with the box, go to this website here. Also, include $7 in an envelope for shipping and handling. Shoeboxes are due Nov. 9. Late boxes may be brought on Tuesday, Nov. 13

    GRADUATION INFORMATION
    On Friday, Nov. 9, Jostens will be here to present graduation information during lunch, in Rm. 604. There will be no off campus passes as this is a mandatory meeting.

    BABY DRIVE
    Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Harris for the safe arrival of their son Nathaniel Kai on Oct. 10; we are also praying for the safe arrival of the Fenton twin girls in another few weeks. The FCS community would like to help support our teachers by having a baby drive. Bring your donations to the HS office this week.
    Suggested items:
    –Diapers (any size from Costco, Pampers, or Huggies)
    –Gift cards (Target, Buy Buy Baby, Vons, Amazon)
    –Cash Donations (Fentons are saving for a minivan)

    GOOD COMPANY PLAYERS PRESENTS SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN
    Good Company Players present “Singin’ in the Rain,” on stage at Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater from now through Nov. 11. Hollywood goes topsy turvy in the early days of “talkies.” This musical treasure is a perfect storm of singing, dancing, laughing, romancing and a twenty percent chance of precipitation! Tickets and information are available at 559-266-9494 or online here. Production is rated G.

    TESTING DATES AND INFORMATION.
    The next SAT test will be administered Nov. 4; the registration deadline was Oct. 3.

    The PLAN test will be administered from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14; signups were due at the end of Friday on Oct. 26. The next ACT test is Dec. 8; the registration deadline is Nov. 2 and costs $14.00.

    MAKE A DIFFERENCE
    HS leadership is presenting ‘make a difference Monday’, they will be handing out a glow in the dark bracelet to a student they feel has ‘made a difference’ the previous week.

    CSF TUTORING
    Anyone in need of tutoring for any subject can come and be tutored for free, or if you are looking to get some community service hours you can also sign up to be a tutor. Tutoring will be held in Molly Sargents’s room, 621, Wednesday’s 3:00-4:00 by members of CSF.

    FULL LUNCH SCHEDULE
    To view a calender with all the lunch dates for the rest of this semester, click here.

    FIVE-MINUTE MILE CLUB
    P.E. teacher Michael Ogden is hosting a challenge to high school students. Run a mile under 6 minutes and join an elite group of athletes. Congrats to the first three members of the 5-minute mile club (5:59 or less). If you see the following three freshman students, congratulate these on their accomplishments.

    –Jon Anguiano: 5:45
    –Bailey Brogan: 5:46
    –Thomas Friesen: 5:58
    –Tyler Breedlove: 5:59
    –Damien Boyce: 5:50
    –Julian Castro: 5:43
    –Caleb Nale: 5:53
    –Nick Fontes: 5:56
    –Jacob Bynum: 5:57
    –Jordan Castro: 5:55

    Anyone who earns this distinction is given a commemorative T-shirt and other tokens of appreciation. For more information, contact Ogden.

    THE FEATHER NEEDS CAMPUS MEDIA
    The Feather needs videographers, photographers, and other media talents. Talk to Greg Stobbe, journalism adviser, if interested.

    MUSIC DEPARTMENT NEEDS TALENT
    Junior and Senior High School students are strongly encouraged to join choir, band, percussion, and colorguard. Musical adviser Michael Ogdon needs a pianist for jazz band also; see him in the Music Suite. Principal Todd Bennett and Academic adviser Michelle Warkentin can make schedule changes that can enable you to participate.

    FALL SPORT SIGNUPS
    Signups for fall sports in high school volleyball, football, cross country and track and junior high volleyball and cross country will be outside the athletic office. Football workouts for 8th-11th grade will begin May 15 and be held every Tues.-Fri. from 3:15-5:30 p.m.

    DRESS CODE
    In an effort to tighten up on dress code violations, the school

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