Featured entrιe selections include Pasta, Pizza, Chinese Dishes, Burgers, Spicy Chicken Patty & various Deli items. Lunches include a variety of fruits, veggies and milk.
Our annual Winter Canned Food Drive has started! Please donate canned foods, new toys, and/or money to your 2nd period class and help the families in need in our own community. The top 3 classes who collect the most donations will win a continental breakfast hosted by ASB Leadership. Check with your 2nd period teacher for details, and thank you for your generosity.
Minimum Day on Tuesday, December 9th. Schedule below:
Period 0 07:56 08:33
Period 1 08:40 09:17
Period 2 09:24 10:04
Period 3 10:11 10:48
Period 4/5 10:58 11:35
Period 6 11:42 12:19
Period 7 12:26 01:03
Lunch 01:03 01:33
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Deadline by Chris Crutcher
Reading level: Young Adult
By Jenelle Gallardo, Courier Staff Writer
Hardcover: 320 pages
Publisher: HarperTeen (September 18, 2007)
"A lot of guys use their senior year to coast; catch up on partying and reward themselves for making it this far. Not me. This was my year to read everything I could get my hands on, to speak up, push myself and my teachers to get the true hot poop on the World At Large, so I could hit the ground running."
is about high school senior, Ben Wolf. He comes from a family that consists of his hardworking timid father, all around nice guy, star quarterback "big little" brother, and a depressed alcoholic mother, from Trout, Idaho, or as Ben puts it, the middle of nowhere.
Posted by courier at 06:28 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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By Brandie Moore, Courier Daily Editor
by Richelle Mead
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Razorbill (November 13, 2008)
"There you are. What happened? You missed dinner. I'd completely forgotten. Sorry...got carried away with some guardian stuff. It's a long story. She'd changed for dinner. Her hair was still pulled up, and she now wore a form-fitting dress made out of silver raw silk. She looked beautiful. She looked royal. I thought about Victor's words and wondered if she really could be the power for change he swore she was. Looking like she did now, so glamorous and self-composed, I could imagine people following her anywhere. I certainly would, but then, I was biased. Why are you looking at me like that? she asked with a small smile. I couldn't tell her that I'd just seen the man who frightened her the most. I couldn't tell her that while she'd been out living it up, I'd been off watching her back in the shadows, like I would always do. Instead, I returned her smile. I like the dress."
Richelle Mead came out with her third novel to the Vampire Academy
series last month. In the latest addition, Shadow Kiss,
Rose Hathaway, a teenage half-vampire half-human, has to make the biggest decision of her life: she has to choose between her best friend, Lissa, or the love of her life, Dimitri.
Posted by courier at 06:12 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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