Anyone interested in playing boys soccer should see Coach Sills in Room 73 and attend open field after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Mark your calendars for the Welcome Back Dance next Friday, September 25, from 8:00-11:00 p.m. in the Pavilion. Enjoy an evening of music and dancing with your friends, and make some new ones too! Tickets will be sold next week for $10 per person, or $8 w/ASB sticker. For those of you who plan to bring a non-Logan guest to the dance, guest passes are now available in Room 67.
Girls interested in playing soccer should see Coach Tony Villasenor after school on the Big Green, and come out to open field after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
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Students line up after school to get
By Alexa Rocero
their books. Courier Photo
, Courier Staff Writer
Among the many changes that accompanied the opening of this 2009-10 school year was the new textbook distribution system. As if the long line of students waiting outside of the new book room across from the 300’s building was not indication enough, everyone is definitely beginning to feel that things are much different from last year.
Unlike last year, when the responsibility of distributing books to students belonged to the teachers, textbook distribution now is in the hands of the bookroom staff, comprised of teacher’s assistants as well as Geneva Tate, the official bookroom technician.
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The Story of B by Daniel Quinn
Paperback: 352 pages
By Gabriele Di Fiore, Courier Staff Writer
The Story of B
Publisher: Bantam (November 3, 1997)
is a novel written by Daniel Quinn in 1996. It follows the story of a Laurentian priest named Jared Osborne.
Jared is sent to Germany to investigate a man named B, who his superiors think is the anti-Christ. Jared joins B’s inner circle to find out if he is the anti-Christ, but what Jared finds out is wisdom that needs to be known if humans want to survive any longer on this planet.
The Story Of B
will make you think of things that you’ve never thought of before. It will let you see things at different angles, maybe an obtuse angle or maybe an acute angle. If you are not interested in learning about human history or the future of human civilization then this book is not for you, but if you then I suggest you read this book.
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Andrew Bonar Law
(16 September 1858–30 October 1923) was a Conservative British statesman and Prime Minister.
Of Ulster Scots and Scottish descent, Andrew Bonar Law was born in Rexton, a small village in eastern New Brunswick, Canada. He was the son of the Reverend James Law and Elizabeth Kidston.
Visit the City of Rexton's website about Andrew Bonar Law.
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