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FEBRUARY 2012 SUNDAY

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JUNIOR STUGO BAKE SALE

THURSDAY JROTC BAKE SALE

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STUGO GENERAL MEETING

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LAST CHANCE YEARBOOK SALE

PROGRESS REPORTS DISTRIBUTED

SITE COUNCIL MEETING

LAST CHANCE YEARBOOK SALE

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MADRIGALS CHORAL

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LAST CHANCE YEARBOOK SALE

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15 PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

STAMPEDE — ISSUE 7 DISTRIBUTION

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11 RYAN WOODWARD “FREE HUGS” CONCERT

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BPA STATE

SMITH COTTON JROTC DRILL EARLY DISMISSAL FOR PAR- MEET ENT TEACHER CONFERENCES BPA STATE

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WINTER HOMECOMING

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DISTRICT INSERVICE DAY

PRESIDENTS DAY HOLIDAY

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ACT TESTING

HOOFBEATS WORK NIGHT

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MOUNTAIN GROVE JROTC DRILL MEET

SATURDAY

BUFFALO PERK

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FRIDAY

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PHOTOS BY MAI HUYNH AND BRENDA MAI

BRIEFS SCHOLASTIC AWARD: Beverly Robinson, sr., who is currently taking Special Art Productions under art teacher Jo Baker, won the Silver Key Scholastic Art Award (equivalent to second place) and placed in the top 10 percent out of more than 2,000 entries in Kansas for her colored pencil drawing“Jellyfish.” “I was extremely surprised because I didn’t think my art would get in the competition because none of it’s like anything else that’s been put into scholastics,” Robinson said. DECA COMPETITION: The DECA competition that took place on Feb. 2 at Newman University was open to 20 schools in the Wichita area. It started with a ten minute interview scenario by major business volunteers around the city, then followed by a 100 question quiz over business knowledge. “DECA is a great club to prepare you for the world of tomorrow,” Sheldon

White, jr. said. PATHWAY AWARDS: Pathway Awards were recently awarded to seniors Aaron Seals, Haley Bauer and Preston Henry for their excellence in CTE and being “the best of the best” in the city. These students will receive their recognition at the Board of Education meeting during the Good News agenda on Feb. 27. Also nominated were Christian Burgess, sr., Alex Harber, sr., Maddie Krehbiel, soph., Sulema Garcia, soph. and Brittany Gorans, fr. CAMELOT: The musical “Camelot” will open its doors from March 7-9. This main stage show will cost $6 for pre-sale tickets and $8 at the door. The musical is based on the novel “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White about the legend of King Arthur. The script was written by Allen J. Learner and Frederick

Loewe. “[What will make this musical successful] is the hard work from the cast and crew,” Jackie Robinson, sr., said. SMITH RECEIVES ALL-CITY: Congratulations to the following students who were selected to participate in the All-City Orchestra and Band: frs. Lilliana Lopez, Kylie Fox, Osvaldo Bailon Christopher Shay. sophs., Deion Burton, Emily Kidd, Nathan Shay, Johnathan Shirley and Thien Vu. jrs., Tyler Burgess, Evan Gillum, Austin Juhl, Kaleb Knoettgen, Grant Withers, Deja Mcpherson, Courtney Allen and Katy Brown. srs., Ashton Bethel, Christian Burgess, John Colquitt, Elizabeth Dunlap, Darius Jiggetts, Autumn Juhl and Jasmine Magee. The students will be performing an array of songs along with other student selected around the city at Century II on Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. “I expect a great performance,” Travis Hale, instrumental music, said.

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