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Monday, September 25, 2017

posted Sep 22, 2017, 1:04 PM by Carla Guthrie

**Student council will be selling homecoming shirts this week for 10 dollars. Shirts can be bought from Mrs. Timmins in room E207 before school, during academic lab or after school. Quantities are limited so get one asap!

**Coronation, crowning of the Harvest Queen, is at 7:30 pm this Saturday in the Memorial Gym.  Coronation tickets can be bought in the Attendance Center through Friday for $4 or at the door the night of Coronation for $5.  There is a dance following Coronation that is held in the Courtyard from 9-11 pm and tickets for that are $5 each and can only be purchased at the door.  Students can choose to go to both or just one of them.  Please remember that this is a high school dance so dancing must be appropriate and if there is an issue school consequences will be assigned.  Also remember dresses/skirts must be fingertip in length and school clothes or better.  

**There will be representatives from the following colleges on campus:

Mt. Mercy University in Iowa, tomorrow

Junior and senior students interested in meeting with any of these representatives need to see their Guidance Counselor.

**Seniors:  Wanting to retake the SAT in October?  This Wednesday is the late registration deadline.  If you are on free or reduced lunch, you may receive a fee waiver. Please stop by and see your guidance counselor for more information.  Please note that for NCAA, test scores must come from the Collegeboard and not on a high school transcript.

**Students: Breast cancer awareness t-shirts can be ordered until October 4.  Shirts are $8 and an additional $5 if you want your name and a number on the back. Payment is due at the time of order.  Please see a coach or club sponsor if interested.  Thanks for your support.

**See you at the Pole is a national event held annually in which schools across the nation come together for fellowship and prayer.  If you would like to participate meet this Wednesday around the flagpole by the Memorial Gym.  There will also be free giveaways for students.  See Ms. Mueller for more information.

**There will be a girls basketball meeting in the Memorial Gym during academic lab tomorrow. All girls basketball players need to  see Ms. Broadway or Mrs. Robinson for a pass.

**Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read.  Banned books week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular. This week EAWR is joining in on the celebration with posters, flyers, displays and activities throughout campus. Listen to the daily announcement for more information and celebrate banned books week by exercising your right to read.  This week, stop outside Mrs. Timmins room to guess the book in a jar. If you can guess the book, you will be entered in a drawing for a prize.