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Nov 1st and 2nd marks the celebration of the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).  These two days are spent reuniting the living and the dead and to celebrate the lives of our loved ones. Although it’s widely known to be celebrated in Mexico, other countries like France, the Philippines, and others also acknowledge it.  In the concourse display case located under the stairs, you will see an ofrenda organized by students in MECHA with photos and names from staff and students in our school as well as explanations of the different components that is included in an ofrenda.  Feel free to take a moment to check it out during your breaks

Spanish Club is going to be doing coloring pages for Dia de Los Muertos, known in english as The Day of the Dead! Join us today, afterschool in Mr. Jaeger’s room, E170!


On Thursday, November 4th at 7 PM in the Gym the Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Concert Band and Jazz Band will be presenting there fall concert with a salute to our veteran’s. Come out and enjoy some great music and support our great band students.


French Club meets Wednesday after school in E181. This week’s activities are: Games and Conversation! To celebrate the beginning of National French Week, we’ll be hanging out playing a variety of games and trying out some of our French convo skills!


Ping Pong Club meets today near the East End Project Room after school.


Sports update:


Freshman Boys Football game against Jackson has been cancelled for today.


Girls Volleyball has away games against Glacier Peak.  C and Jv play at 5:15 pm and Varsity at 7 pm


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