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Friday, April 22

9:00 a.m. FFA Jackson's Pond Workday

3:00 p.m. BSB (H) Manzy

10:00 p.m. MS T at S.F. lv 7:45 a.m.

 

Saturday, April 23

9:00 a.m. HS T at Holly 6:45 a.m.

Prom 8:00 p.m. Grand march

 

 

Monday, April 25

3:00 p.m. FFA Meeting

5:30 p.m. Accountability

7:00 p.m. Board Meeting

More than 700 Compete in FFA Career Development

Hundreds of high school students flooded the Lamar Community College campus April 6, 2016, to participate in the FFA Career Development Day.  A record number of students participated in the event with over 700 students from 36 schools from across the state.  Students gained a wealth of experience in their areas of competition and the twelve high winners each received a $500 scholarship to LCC.

Students competed in a wide range of activities ranging from Ag Sales to Floriculture to Veterinary Science. 

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Friday, April 15

FBLA State Conf. at Vail

3:00 p.m. BSB (H) C.W. 7 & 5

Bar D Wranglers at Theater $10 Ticket ?s Mrs. Gifford

 

Saturday, April 16

FBLA State Conf. at Vail

10:00   HS T at S.F. 7:00 p.m.

HS Gym Closed for Prom

 

Monday, April 18

PARCC Testing

8:00AM   4th Grade Soc. St. #1 (ELEM)

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Monday, April 11

Monday, April 11th PARCC Testing

8:00AM     4th Grade Math #1(ELEM)

8:00AM     5th Grade Math #1(JH)

9:30AM     3rd Grade Math #1

2:06 PM    11th Grade Science #1

Lunch:  Sloppy Joes w/ Tator Tots

 

Tuesday, April 12

Tuesday, April 12th

Trauma Specialist to Address Students about Choices

Health

Lori Morgan, a trauma prevention specialist from UCHealth Memorial Hospital, will be visiting Eads High School for a presentation to teens that will center on making smart choices.  

Specifically, students at Eads High School will learn how the choices they make while driving could impact not only their own life, but the lives of their family members, friends and the entire community.

The program, titled, "Trauma Talks Tough," will be held at the school this Thursday, April 7; at 1:15 p.m. Approximately 50 students are expected to attend the session.