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Happy Chinese New Year! Gung Hay Fat Choy! Chinese `New Year is the Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar. The festival is usually referred to as the Spring Festival in mainland China, and is one of several Lunar New Years in Asia. In Chinese culture, pigs are the symbol of wealth. Their chubby faces and big ears are signs of fortune as well.

Battle of the Books – we will be meeting this Friday during lunch in Mrs. Lent’s room – see you then! 

Wear Your Color Wednesday – Dont forget to wear your school colors tomorrow or your college t-shirts.

Lady Hornets – We want to do a big shout-out to our girls 7th grade basketball team who took third place over at the Marshfield tournament this past weekend. That is a tough venue to play in ladies and we are really proud of how well you did in all of your games this weekend – well done!

Hornet Wrestling – Our hornet wrestlers have a home wrestling meet today with Sutherlin and Oakland Middle School. Today’s meet begins at four o’clock and we encourage everyone to come and support our wrestlers. The concession stand will be open for business, too!

Queen of Hearts Dance – Friday night is our annual Valentine from 5:30 to 7:30 in the Skyhawk Room. You can have photos with your dates and or friends for $5.00 for a 4×6 print(s). You will be voting on the royal court of 6th grade Lord and Lady, 7th grade prince and princess, and 8th grade king and queen.

FBLA – Valentine Grams are now being sold by FBLA – check out their flyers around campus and surprise someone!

Schedule Change Requests – Schedule change request forms are by Mrs. Maloney’s office. She will be making schedule changes throughout the week and will notify you when a change has been made. Keep in mind that there are no guarantees that you will be a able to change a class. Mrs. Maloney will be taking requests until Friday morning this week.

R E S P E C T – In sharing our definitions of respect and remembering to put it into practice here on campus – let’s read a couple submissions to the contest last week. 6th grader Kelli says that “respect means that you treat people with kindness and do not say mean or rude things to or about them. 7th grader Stephen wrote that “even though people don’t show respect to you – you show respect to everyone.” Let’s make sure that our halls are filled with respect throughout the day and really think about how we treat people.

What’s for lunch today? Mandarin orange chicken and rice, variety bar choices