TAYLORVILLE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Thursday, November 20, 2014
1. Candy money can be turned in to the desk in the front hallway before school each morning. Please do not carry your money with you during the day. All money must be turned in by December 1st.
2. Congratulations to the 7th & 8th grade Girls’ Basketball teams’ wins against Mt. Zion last night.
3. Good luck to the 7th & 8th grade Boys’ Basketball teams against Pana tonight at 6:00.
4. Newspaper Club for 6th, 7th and 8th grades will meet tonight in Computer Lab 130 from 3:15 to 4:00.
5. Drama Club will meet in the Forum today from 3:30 to 5:00.
6. Picture retakes will be next Tuesday, November 25th in the morning. If you are new to the school or were absent on picture day, you will have your picture taken that day. This includes staff!
7. Builders Club is having a Paint night today after school until 4:30. Wear old clothes!
8. Media Center Scholastic book orders are due tomorrow. Please turn in your orders to Ms. Lowry or Mrs. Southworth.
9. Any 7th or 8th grade girls interested in trying out for volleyball, sign up in the office this week.
10. 7th grade open gym for Volleyball will be Saturday from 1:00 – 2:30.
Week At A Glance
November 20 7th & 8th Boys’ Basketball vs Pana HOME 6:00
Newspaper Club for 6th, 7th & 8th grades
Drama Club meets in the Forum 3:30 to 5:00
Builders Club paint night after school until 4:30
November 21 Media Center book orders due
November 22 7th grade Girls’ Basketball Regionals HOME
ILMEA Dist. 5 Festival at Eastern Illinois University Bus 6:00 THS
7th grade Volleyball Open Gym 1:00 – 2:30
November 24 Builders’ Club
November 25 7th & 8th Boys’ Basketball vs Springfield Grant HOME 4:00
WWII Club 3:30-5:00
Picture retakes in the morning
November 26 Dismiss at 2:20
November 27 Thanksgiving Day – No School
November 28 No School
TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST TODAY’S LUNCH
Chicken Patty Biscuit Turkey Roast w/gravy Ham/Turkey Chef Salad
Turkey & Cheese Deli Jalapeno Pepperoni Pizza
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.