TAYLORVILLE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Thursday, September 25, 2014
1. Rubber bands are not allowed at school. Teachers will be giving detentions if they see you with them.
2. Good luck to the Girls’ Basketball teams today against Litchfield here at 6:00.
3. Do you like to write and also take pictures? If so, them Terrier News needs you! The TJHS Newspaper Club will begin today with an informational meeting for any interested 5th through 8th grade student. This meeting will be in Computer Lab 130 after school until 4:00.
4. The T.J.H.S. Drama club invites students from 6th-8th grades to participate in their monthly meetings. The club is looking for student actors, actresses, set designers, construction, and crew members. Come learn about the club and experience the fun! The club will meet today, 3:15 to 5:00, in the forum. This years production is a comedy/farce titled, “Hotel Escargot” located on the French Riviera. Student’s interested in joining the newspaper club and drama club need to attend the newspaper club first and then attend the drama club meeting.
5. Check out your research skills by finding answers to trivia questions in the Media Center. Each month there will be a new set of questions to answer. Those who participate will be put in a drawing for a free book to order each month.
6. Good luck to the Girls’ Basketball team in their tournament in Hillsboro on Saturday. The bus leaves at 6:30. 7th grade plays at 8:00 and 3:30. 8th grade plays at 9:15 and 4:45.
WEEK AT A GLANCE
September 25 Girls’ Basketball vs Litchfield at Home 6:00
Terrier Newspaper Club informational meeting Computer Lab 130 3:15 – 4:00
Drama Club Forum 3:15 – 5:00
September 27 Girls’ Basketball Tournament in Hillsboro bus at 6:30 a.m.
7th grade plays 8:00 & 3:30
8th grade plays 9:15 & 4:45
TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST TODAY’S LUNCH
Banana Muffin w/string cheese Cheese Penne Pasta
Ham Turkey Chef Salad
Turkey & Cheese Deli
Buffalo Chicken Pizza
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
I pray because I can’t help myself. I pray because I’m helpless. I pray because the need flows out of me all the time – waking and sleeping. It doesn’t change God – it changes me.