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Good Monday Morning,
It looks like spring may be in the air and we should have a nice week weather wise and hopefully we will get some spring sports events in this week, cross your fingers.
Looking back at last week, due to the cancellation of sporting activities we had a relatively quiet week. The National Honor's Society hosted an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Monday at the high school. Megan Maxey was the chair person and she did a wonderful job, thanks Megan. The drive was successful even though the fell short of their goal. They were hoping to collect 25 pints and they were one short collecting 24, which will still be very good. Again, congratulations!
Friday morning we hosted the March Student of the Month Breakfast and our honorees for the month were: Lauren Cerka (Biology), AJ Eagler (Team Sports), Willie Fulbright (Marketing), Devin Hunter (Transition), Mackenzie Koetje (U.S. History/Econ Civics), Garrett Lacy (Spanish), Ana Reyes-Leija (Geometry), and Samantha Searls (Creative Writing). Congratulations to all of these student, thank you teachers for all of your hard work and parents thank you for all of your support!
In spring sports this week, it looks like it will be pretty light. We had a last minute track meet put in place tonight at Comstock High School starting at 4:30. Due to snow filled fields and wet conditions, only running events will take place.
There will be no staff or students reporting this Friday, which will be the start of our Spring Break! I wish all of you that are going away safe travels and those doing the "Stay-Cations" that you also enjoy yourself and get the rest that you all deserve!
Have a great week!