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A Difficult Demon Football Season

The football team finished the season with a record of 0-4.  There were 12 players on the middle school football team which was coached by Shawn Davis and Matt Shelton.  They were supported by 4 cheerleaders, and numerous . . .

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Hurricane Michael Strikes

Hurricane Michael struck and traveled from Florida to Alabama.  He destroyed the coast and threatened people and killed 32 people.  The speed of Hurricane Michael is 157 mph, but Michael is nevertheless one of the strongest . . .

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Mystery Word of the Week

The word of the week this week is cudbear . Cudbear means a purple or violet powder used for dying. We asked a girl and a boy from each grade and these were their answers:   6th grade: Lauren Olson: . . .

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Parent-Teacher Conferences

Parent-Teacher Conferences are coming up. They are on Tuesday, October 30, 2018, and Thursday, November 1, 2018.  On these days we will be getting out early at 1:00 P.M. There will be no school on Friday, November 2.   . . .

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Cross Country

      Our cross country team this year did very well. This is one of Leon and Lamoni’s best middle school seasons.  The team has won four meets including Wayne, Colfax Mingo, Osceola, and State. . . .

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Homecoming Dress-up Days

    In September we had our Homecoming. The Middle School and High School had dress up days  In the Middle School we had these for our dress-up days: Monday: Movie Monday Tuesday: Twinning Tuesday . . .

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NFL

       NFL season has officially started.  I do not know if you know, but the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots 43-33.  This year the best team in . . .

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RSVP

       Now, I am quite sure that most of you don't know a lot about the RSVP program, but I, however, do. Let's start with a few facts about R-S-V-P. That stands for Retired Senior Volunteer . . .

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Mystery Word of the Week

Hackneyed : (of a phrase or idea) lacking significance through having been overused; unoriginal and trite.   Eli Owen (8th): forehead acne Heiatua Paredes (8th): “I honestly have no idea but I think it . . .

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