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Tuesday, October 21

Seniors!!! - Josten’s are back today in the upper quad at lunch to collect order forms from you if you are not going to be doing it on-line. They will also be there to answer any questions you have about graduation products- caps, gowns, announcements, etc. Stop by the Josten’s table at lunch today. 

Attention: Manos a la Obra will be having a very important meeting on Wed. this week.
Please be sure to have all your 8 hours of community service completed and be ready to sign up for the Berkeley trip.
Wednesday is the last day to sign up for the Berkeley trip.
Be sure to attend! N-5 during lunch

Having trouble balancing all of your activities such as school work and extra-curriculars?
If so, come to the juggling club Wednesday at lunch in the small gym.
We can help you learn how to juggle all of your activities.

KEY CLUB meeting this Thursday at lunch in room A210.
Yes, you can still join!
Thursday at lunch in room A210

Congratulations to your Varsity football team as they beat Rosemont 60-43 last Friday night at the Homecoming game. You football team travels to Cordova this Friday and your support is needed as we look to go 3-0 in league and bring the S.V.C. banner home. Go Cougs!

Today at lunch , the Multi-Cultural club will meet in N6 to learn more about Transylvania. Transylvania is home to some of Europe’s best-preserved medieval towns. Visitors to Transylvania will encounter stunning castles such Bran, near Brasov, - a Gothic fairy-tale structure, often associated with 15th century Walachian Prince Vlad Tepes, the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Brasov, features Old Saxon architecture and citadel ruins; Sibiu has cobblestone streets and pastel-colored houses, and Sighisoara, is adorn with a hilltop citadel, secret passageways and a 14th century clock tower. The are more , so come to N6 , at lunch , today. to learn about the rest. See you:

Softball Meeting will be held on Wed at lunch in N2- all athletes interested in playing softball, please come to a meeting on Wed. at 110 in N2.

EDHS Drama and Studio 81 present Carrie, the musical on Oct 30th and 31st and Nov 6,7,8,13,14,15 at 8pm in the black box theatre. There will be one matinee performance on Saturday, nov 15th at 1 pm. Seating is limited so get your tickets today. See Mr. Tomei or go to studio81.org. or The Bookery on Main St.
We hope to see you at the show. Its gonna be a night youll never forget.

Good morning, Cougars! It's a new week with a new word. This week's word is: OBJECTIVELY. It's an adverb meaning: in a way that is based on facts rather than feelings. Another way to think of it would be to see both sides of an issue equally. For example, some hunters or sport shooters may find it difficult to consider the issue of gun control objectively. Write a sentence using the word of the week, and you might win a prize. 

Hangtown Walk for Hunger is this Sunday from 2:00 to 3:30.  Come out to support 35 hunger response agencies in El Dorado county!

If you are a senior and are interested in starting in the January ROP Cosmetology class, please get your application in ASAP. It takes approximately three semesters to complete this course. Please see your counselor with any questions you have.

WIN CASH FOR YOUR ESSAY: The Fleet Reserve Association invites students in all grades to write an essay on "Why I am proud to be an American." 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-place local cash prizes will be awarded at each grade level, and winners will be forwarded to regional and national levels for up to $5,000. Visit the Career Center for details and application. Deadline is Dec 1st.

Students interested in finding out more about Montana State University should come to the Career Center TOMORROW at lunch.



Word of the Week

Objectively: in a way that is based on facts instead of feelings
Example: Even though we disliked the candidate, it was necessary to look at his speech objectively. ​​
Carrie.....the musical will be presented by EDHS Drama and Studio 81 on Oct 30-Nov 1, Nov 6-8 and Nov. 13-15 at 8pm in the black box theatre on the El Dorado High School campus. There will be one matinee performance at 1pm on Saturday, Nov 15th. Carrie, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name is a cautionary and haunting tale set to rock music. It is recommended for mature audiences as it is rated PG13. There will be a post performance discussion following every performance. Partial proceeds to go to the EDHS Anti-Bullying Fund.

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