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Wednesday, Oct. 17 – District Late Start; classes begin at 10:40 am. Meetings for teachers.
Thursday, Oct. 18 – Pre-ACT testing for Sophomores (bell schedule below)
Friday, Oct. 19 – Open House and Homecoming
Saturday, Oct. 20 – Homecoming Dance
Wednesday, Oct. 24 – PSAT testing @ 8 am
Thursday, Oct. 25 – College Application Day and FAFSA Fiesta (see bell schedule below)
Monday, Oct. 15 – New Jersey Day: wear a sports jersey. Lunchtime activities in the quad area.
Tuesday, Oct. 16 – Florida Day: dress like a tacky tourist. Lunchtime activities in the quad area.
Dodgeball Tournament – 5 students per team. Sign up to reserve your spot.
Wednesday, Oct. 17 – California Day: beach wear. Lunchtime activities in the quad area.
Thursday, Oct. 18 – Oregon Day: hippie attire. Lunchtime activities in the quad area.
Friday, Oct. 19 – Arizona Day: wear blue and gold!
Homecoming Assembly during 8th hour.
Open House from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.
Homecoming Game vs South Mountain @ 7 pm
Saturday, Oct. 20 – Homecoming Dance from 7 to 11 pm. Tickets @ bookstore for $10, $15 at the door. Semi-formal dress (no jeans).
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