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J-Jazz will meet today after school. Please be there. No more new members can be added.
6th grade band will meet tomorrow.
There wil be Scholastic Bowl practice for all interested students tomorrow from 2:30-4 PM. Feel free to come even if you missed our first practice!
Saturday, March 10th from 8 AM - Noon, there will be a hands-on math/science/technology conference at UIS for girls only. See your math teacher for more information. Pick up a brochure and take it home!
The following students may pick up their prizes in the main office after school today:
AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL HERITAGE MONTH
The answer to Friday's Black History question is....
Dr. Ralph Bunche
Dr. Ralph Bunche used his skills of fairness and honesty to help end a war. Dr. Bunche earned college degrees in government and international relations. He joined the United Nations, an organization which helps countries around the world work together in peace. He was the first Black American to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950 for helping to end the first Arab-Israeli War.
And now for the Monday, February 5th question:
Along with the help of his brother, this man wrote a song for a school celebration of Lincoln's birthday that later was adopted by the NAACP as the Negro National Anthem. Who wrote the song, Lift Every Voice and Sing?
A. Louis Armstrong
B. James Weldon Johnson
C. B.B. King
If you choose to come to school out of dress code, you will be issued an after school detention from 2:30-4 PM. For each hour of class that you miss because of being out of dress code, you will be issued an additional after school detention. You could possibly end up with 7 after school detentions!
Teachers — if there is a student in violation of the dress code, please fill out a minor referral and call for an escort to room 110.
Remember our school expectations:
Respect Yourself • Respect Others • Respect Property