- Attention all students: Do you like math and or statistics? Mu Alpha Theta is sending a bus to the Texas A&M Math and Statistics Fair next Saturday, February 23, at 7:00 am. Free and open to all ages, the fair that helps put the fun in fundamental will feature mentored problem-solving, games, mathematical arts and crafts, card tricks and lectures. So if you want to spend a fun Saturday at Texas A&M and possibly win prizes, go find one of the flyers posted around the school or see Mr. Placette in room 22-38 to sign up by Wednesday, February 20. This free event is open to all students, not just Mu Alpha Theta members, so invite your friends!
- The Spanish Club will be having their general meeting today after school at 2:45pm in Sra. Escobar’s room 1237. If you paid membership dues, you can collect your Spanish Club shirt from Sra. Escobar and we will have some information regarding the spring service project. Snacks and drinks will be provided.
- Mr. Seven Lakes Advanced tickets are $7 and will be on sale during ALL LUNCHES today and tomorrow. Tickets will be sold at the door for $10. Come out to the PAC tomorrow evening and support the senior class!
- Want to know about STEM Careers? Come to chat with Dr. Jean Fefer (PhD in Chemistry) after school today in room 22-12 at 2:40pm!
- Get ready to brawl! FBLA is hosting a school wide video game tournament to raise money for the fight against children cancer! We will be playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Friday, February 22 in the LGI after school. For just $10, compete for the chance to win amazing prizes! All proceeds will go towards the Texas Children Hospital. Sign up by scanning one of the QR codes on the flyers set up around the school and FBLA Bulletin Board!
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