Thursday, October 18, 2007
Milk, Fresh Fruit, Fun Chips
Main Cafeteria Pizza: Fajita Chicken with Bell Peppers, Fresh Tomato, and Olives
Come to Colt Court to vote for your Homecoming Court! The top three nominees have been selected and now it’s time to vote!
Jostens will be here at lunch in Colt Court next Wednesday, 10/24. Order your cap & gown or class ring!
Richard Lawrence, in a Civil War
uniform, demonstrated his cannon
for history students last week.
Pepper Moto/Courier Photo
Lawrence built the cannons himself and spent about $20,000, he said. Each cannon weighs at least 1600 pounds and can shoot up to three miles.
The hot, fresh 23-year old songstress is redefining the overly used term artist. Her debut CD, Rue Melo, honors her multi-cultural heritage and indulges in her struggles on her path to music industry stardom. Her tunes are MTV worthy, and, though very unlikely for hip-hop lately, PG-13.
Drop by The Courier's office, Room 509, for a free Rue Melo poster, while limited supplies last.
Ninth-grade Principal Matt Smith and teacher Perry Darweesh told the Board about the “family system” that was introduced this fall at James Logan High School, where every freshman is part of a “family” 60 to 100 students who have the same three teachers for English, biology and life skills.
Classrooms, training kitchens and a full-service, public restaurant are planned for the $5.28 million facility, to be built on the campus of James Logan High School. The Board of Education on Tuesday night approved a resolution authorizing the District to seek $2.64 million in state matching funds for construction of the 8,513-square-foot facility. The remainder of funds will come from Measure A, a $120 million bond approved by New Haven voters in 2003.
Arden was born Florence Nightingale Graham in Woodbridge, Ontario, where she lived until she was twenty-four years old. Joining her elder brother in New York City, she briefly worked as a bookkeeper for the E.R. Squibb Pharmaceuticals Company. While working there, she spent hours in their lab, learning about skincare. She then worked for Eleanor Adair, an early beauty culturist, as a "treatment girl." In 1909, Arden formed a partnership with Elizabeth Hubbard, another culturist. When the partnership dissolved, she coined the business name "Elizabeth Arden" from her former partner and from Tennyson's poem "Enoch Arden."
Read Elizabeth Arden's FBI file.