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TIGER TRACKS                            AFTER SCHOOL DETENTION IN ROOM 4 on Mon, Tues, Thurs.

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Monday, November 27, 2017

Volume 1 Issue 63                       PLEASE STAND FOR THE FLAG SALUTE AND A DRESS CODE CHECK.

 

Break birthdays:  Daniela Guerrero, Sebastian Janes, Emily Myers, Cali Rosales, Osvaldo Trenado, Jazmyn Hernandez, Hector Espino, Bradley Hickerson, Eman Ilian, Antonio Mercado, Kaylee Allen, Dayanara De la Torre, Samuel Ennis, Hania Fuentes.

Today’s Birthdays:  none          

Today’s lunch special:  bacon, lettuce, tomato sandwich          

Attention teachers and students!  Teachers please release the following "First in Lunch" winners 2 minutes early:

First lunch:   Levi Robertson, Jazmin Gamboa, Eduardo Villarreal, Melanie Perez and Angeles Cazares.

Second lunch:  Brian Gutierrez, Evelyn Lopez, Abygail Vasquez, Kham Smith and Pearl Xiong.

It will be the student's responsibility to respectfully remind the teachers that they are leaving class early because they are this week's First in Lunch Line winners!

Our Tiger for the Day is LEEANN KHAMMALOUN!  Leeann has a wonderful sincere smile which radiates her lovely persona. She is always very helpful in our Musical Theater class. Mr. Nokes says that Leeann was one of the many students who really made him feel welcome as a new teacher this year! Thank you, Leeann...I do think that you are GREAT!

CLUB LIVE in Room 29 at 3:00 TODAY!

The library will be closed this week because The Scholastic Book Fair will be here! You can also shop online today through December 1@scholastic.com. The NEW Diary of a Wimpy Kid will be available along with many other great titles. See you at the Book Fair!

CK 3 MINUTE:  CYBER ETIQUETTE:  Lots of kids, and some adults, treat the Internet like an anything-goes no-man's land. That can be part of the fun -- within reason. But when people choose aggressively mean-spirited screen names, make spiteful comments, hide behind anonymity to be cruel, send around photos to humiliate others, or just act in a way that would be considered rude in the real world, it creates an environment that doesn't allow kids to experience the best of what the Web has to offer. The negativity can actually hurt people and harm reputations. This week we are going to learn about cyber etiquette guidelines to make being online a little more civil. Talk to your neighbor or group and discuss what on-line guidelines might be discussed this week.

November          28           TAY workshop from 9:30 – 10:30 / GATE in Room 31 at 3:10 / Girls basketball at Maywood at 3:15

                                30           Girls Basketball at HOME vs Richfield at 4:00

December             4              Girls Basketball at Gerber at 4:00

                                5              8th only Girls Basketball at HOME at 4:00

                                7-9          Maywood Tournament – games TBA

8              Leadership Rally Day – Assembly Schedule

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DAILY BELL SCHEDULE

MODIFIED SCHEDULE

Nov 27

Nov 28

Nov 29

Nov 30

Dec 1

 

1ST period

8:25 - 9:25

8:25 – 9:13

3

2

1

6

5

 

2nd period

9:30 – 10:25

9:17 – 10:05

4

3

2

7

6

 

3rd period

10:30 – 11:25

10:09 – 10:57

5

4

3

1

7

 

First Lunch

4A period

11:25 – 12:10

11:30 – 12:15

10:57 – 11:45

11:01 – 11:49

6

5

4

2

1

 

4B period / Second Lunch

12:15 – 1:00

11:49 – 12:37

7

6

5

3

2

 

5th period

1:05 – 2:00

12:41 – 1:29

1

7

 

4

3

 

6th period

2:05 – 3:00

 

 

PARENT SECTION

YEARBOOKS are available for on-line purchase for $40 at:  www.yearbookordercenter.com  (CK Price Intermediate School  #6123-2018)   Get them before the price goes up!  You can share photos for yearbook consideration at:  www.hjeshare.com  (code 6123)

 

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