Wednesday, April 23
Hey everyone, this is the LGBT club wanting to thank and congratulate everyone who participated in this year's Day of Silence. We appreciate all those who participated, those who helped in creating the event, and those who respected the participants in Day of Silence. We're glad of what was accomplished this year, especially the amount of people who picked up either a blue ribbon or an orange card. We hope to have you join us again next year! If you want to learn more about the LGBT club and what we host, stop by Ms. Fischer's this Thursday at lunch for our weekly meeting. Thank you, everyone, and welcome back!
Prom is in two Saturdays! Tickets will be sold out of the student store at lunch today. Tickets this week are $30, and $37. You do not want to miss the evening celebrating the Roaring Twenties
Better break out those running shoes! That's right, our second-annual Cougar Chromatic Chase is only this Saturday! Runners who sign up will get a shirt and a pair of sunglasses AS WELL AS a jolly good time. Visit our Facebook page, 'Cougar Chromatic Chase' or visit us by the Foothill Grill after school for more information and to sign up!
The JV girls soccer team defeated Golden Sierra yesterday with a 2-1 victory. Congratulations to Madison Jana with 2 goals, Cammi Hum with 11 passes, and Anika Morkowski with her leadership in the backfield. The Varsity girls soccer team played an outstanding game of possession. The top performers were Claire McGill with 16 passes, Riley Weinhold with 9 passes, Kaylynn Cuddy with 1 goal, and Kylie Haverson with a game saving penalty kick save! Great job ladies!
Congratulations to Chris Bodle in three set win over River City yesterday. Great job.
Although UMHS put up a fight, the EDHS Cougars swept the Diamondbacks in 3 with scores 25-20, 25-15, and 25-16.
Important Interact Club meeting today at lunch! We will be electing officers for next school year. Make to sure to attend this meeting if you are a current member or interested in joining Interact Club next year!
As you know, our word of the week is SOURCE: the point or place from which something originates. For example: as environmental awareness increases, many people are searching for a source of electricity that causes less damage to the planet than fossil fuels or nuclear power. As technology advances, what do you think our future source of power will be? Write a sentence using our word of the week and submit it to the office by Friday for a prize.
Attention, Health Academy Seniors! Your Senior Project is due this Friday (April 25th). Don't forget to email your project to Ms. McManigal by Friday. Presentations will be held Thursday, May 1st in the Forum during 2nd period.
AGREEMENT FOR PARTICIPATION
Cougar Chromatic Chase
E l D o r a d o / Vi s t aH i g h S c h o o l
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Manos a la Obra Taco Thursday
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