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Cougar Bulletin
Thursday, January 29

Quote of the Day...."Only thing you change by insulting someone is the respect they have for you."

We have a correction....the Boys Ski actually took 1st place in the Slalom race on Tuesday. Way to go gentlemen!!!

Hey Everyone! There is a Sadies dance coming to El Dorado very shortly, so save the date! This dance will be held in the new cafeteria on March 6. Come join all the fun!

Congrats to the freshman girls basketball team for their win yesterday against a very tough Sacramento High School Team. Leading scorers were Denae Ford with 13, Megan Tatum with 10 and Lexi Terailo with 8. Ashley Childress came into the and hit a pivotal 3 pointer and sank 2 foul shots. The team ends its season Friday vs Davis.

Don't forget to come the girls game tonight versus Rosemont. I's the biggest game of the year with first place on the line. JV at 6:00 and then the varsity at 7:30. Your support is really important as both teams try to stay undefeated and in first place. 

With their 56-16 win last night over Galt, our wrestling team is now in position to bring a league title back to El Dorado. Scoring pins were Declan Russell, Marcus Douglas, Ben Grigsby, Nathaniel Erskine, and Alex LeBaron. Make plans to help us stomp the snakes, and honor our Seniors next Wednesday.

Hydration nation will be having a meeting TODAY in mr.conrads room at 1:20! Our first official guest speaker will be talking about the importance of soil and freedom of hydration!! So come on by and share a drink with us! 
Stay hydrated everyone! (: 

CSF meets today at lunch. Bring any new service opportunities you have. If you have not turned in your application, the deadline has been extended. Friday will be your last chance to turn it in. You can print the application from our website, or pick it up in the counseling office. If you are considering membership, it is a great opportunity - so go for it!

Manos a la Obra is hosting a campus cleanup this Saturday January 31 from 9 to 11 a.m.
All students are invited to help clean up our campus. See you Saturday morning, meet at 9 in N-5. See you than.

Puzzle Club meets Friday at lunch in Room E251. 
We can help you learn how to solve the cube in less than a minute, or less than 30 seconds, or even less than 15 seconds.

Come hear the library’s FREE financial speaker this week. Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Christie Johnson, will introduce you to Investing for Teens this Thursday, January 29, during lunch in the library forum. Bring your lunch to eat while you learn about different types of investing that will help your money earn more for you in the future and how to start, even if you don’t have a lot of money. That’s this Thursday, January 29, during lunch in the forum. See you there!

We know its winter, however if you are planning on playing a spring sport, spring clearance is going on NOW!! Come pick up an athletic packet in the front office. You will need to get a physical, so plan ahead! If you participated in a Fall or Winter sport, come in & complete the sports transfer clip board at the athletic secretary desk. Clearance packets and transfers may be done before school, during breaks and lunches only. The deadline to be cleared for a spring sport is February 6th at the end of lunch.

"Attention Please: This is a Reminder for All Cougar Track
People and Cougar Track People Wannabes (Everyone is Welcome
to Join!). Conditioning Will be Held Right After School this Tuesday, 
Wednesday and Thursday this week! Also, Please Remember to Get 
Cleared in Office!" Go Cougars!

SENIORS: Do you have a 3.0 gpa and are planning to pursue a career in art or textiles? Apply for the $1,000 Gold Bug Quilters scholarship. Visit or the Career Center for details. Deadline is March 2nd.

If you are interested in the field of law, see Mrs. Bastian about the possibility to job shadow with an attorney. This is an amazing opportunity that does not happen often. Students in all grades are eligible.

ENGINEERING WORKSHOP FOR GIRLS, GRADES 9-12: If you enjoy math and science, and are curious to find out more about engineering, sign up for the Society of Women Engineers Engineering Awareness Program at Intel. The cost is $10 and includes breakfast and lunch. There will hands-on labs, team-based engineering tasks, and professional guest speakers. Sign up soon - the workshop is Saturday, February 28th. Visit the Career Center or for details.

Word of the Week

Validity:noun - the quality of being logical or factual
Example: Because the sample was contaminated, the scientist questioned the validity of the test results.