Featured entrιe selections include Pasta, Pizza, Chinese Dishes, Burgers, Spicy Chicken Patty & various Deli items. Lunches include a variety of fruits, veggies and milk.
Our annual Winter Canned Food Drive has started! Please donate canned foods, new toys, and/or money to your 2nd period class and help the families in need in our own community. The top 3 classes who collect the most donations will win a continental breakfast hosted by ASB Leadership. Check with your 2nd period teacher for details, and thank you for your generosity.
Minimum Day on Tuesday, December 9th. Schedule below:
Period 0 07:56 08:33
Period 1 08:40 09:17
Period 2 09:24 10:04
Period 3 10:11 10:48
Period 4/5 10:58 11:35
Period 6 11:42 12:19
Period 7 12:26 01:03
Lunch 01:03 01:33
Posted by courier at 11:40 PM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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By Bob Albrecht
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MCT)
WASHINGTON — Civil rights leaders gathered Wednesday to declare that they had finally overcome their money obstacles and raised more than $100 million to build the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial near the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall.
The group, headed by St. Louis native Harry Johnson, unveiled an elaborate design of the long-delayed memorial, which will include a 30-foot-high granite statue of the slain civil rights leader.
"We're doing everything within our power to get this built," Johnson said. "Once the memorial is built you cannot take it away."
Posted by courier at 06:52 PM. Filed under: News
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By Preston Jones
McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)
In a bid to inject some much-needed life into a ceremony that, traditionally, is one of the stuffiest awards shows going, the Grammys tried something new Wednesday night.
The clumsily titled "The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!! — Countdown to Music's Biggest Night," hosted by Taylor Swift and LL Cool J, was an attempt to blend star-studded performances with the announcement of a handful of nominees (of the 110 categories the Grammys recognize, a mere six were announced on air; the full list of nominees was made available on grammy.com
Posted by courier at 06:38 PM. Filed under: Entertainment
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By Hamed Noorsay, Courier Staff Writer
"Crush", the new single by David Archuleta, is an up-beat pop song about having a crush on someone who doesn't even know who you are.
The single unites a familiar theme with a very bland, typical, cookie cutter monotonous pop beat. It's just another piece of boring pop music with nothing very special about it.
In a weird way, it is reminiscent of the Backstreet Boys and N*sync, except with a solo boy artist rather than a band of boys.
Posted by courier at 06:21 PM. Filed under: Entertainment
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