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National Day of…

Week of 8/27 – 9/2/18

M: 8/27 – National “Just because”

T: 8/28 – National Power Rangers Day

W: 8/29 – National Chop Suey Day

TH: 8/30 – National Toasted Marshmallow Day

F: 8/31- National Trail Mix Day

SA: 9/1- World Beard Day

SU: 9/2- National Blueberry Popsicle Day

Week of 8/20 – 8/26/18

M: 8/20 – National Radio Day

T: 8/21 – National Senior Citizen Day

W: 8/22 – National Tooth Fairy Day

TH: 8/23 – National Sponge Cake Day

F: 8/24 – National Waffle Day

SA: 8/25 – National Banana Split Day

SU: 8/26 – National Dog Day




How to Avoid Homework Hall

By Carsyn Lincks

Are you always worried about getting assigned to homework hall? Here are some ways to make sure that never happens. There is this magical thing called Home Access Center where you can check your grades from all of your classes. All you need are your username and password to get in to HAC if you have lost or forgotten the information contact Mrs. Brown at [email protected].

Another way to find out if you are in homework hall, if you are too lazy to check HAC, is to talk to your teachers and ask them if you have any missing assignments. Also, this is probably the most obvious and it sounds weird, but turning it in on Google Classroom. I know some of your work is on paper but when it is not make sure you click the submit button or your teachers can not see your work. If it happens to be on paper make sure you turn it into your teacher or if they have a bucket or tub put it in there.

So I know I said one more, but this is really the last one and it is the biggest one DO THE WORK! I understand work is terrible but you have to do it if you don’t want to be in homework hall. I hope this helped yall out remember one thing do the work and you won’t ever have to worry.     


How to Make it to Class on Time

By: Jackson Teague

One of the hardest struggles with being a student is getting to class on time. Fighting the hallway chaos can be a bit hard, but one way to combat this issue is to walk outside. A general rule of thumb just for reference is that if the class is at the end of the hallway you need to walk outside. Walking outside will alleviate a lot of the congestion in the hallways, and if you’re on A hall use the hallways. I know this might sound a little difficult, but you need stay off of your phone in the hallways.This will get people moving faster because they won’t be looking down at their phones at all times. The easiest way to remember all of these things are just to use your Hallway R.A.M.S.

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