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May 3- May 7
Schedule for this week and next
If you google "songs with rain" in the title you will be amazed...btw, it's going to rain again this week
Check out the "josh" silliness made possible by the internet
Upcoming senior events!
Hornet happenings this week
Mrs. Cooney's Environmental Club will return to meeting in person!
Looking for a fun summer job where friendships are made for life? DQ is where the dream comes true!
Dairy Queen in Foxboro is hiring students ages 16+ with no experience necessary. Full time, part time, nights and weekend shifts available. Seasonally based but open year-round.
Pay ranges from $13.50-$15.00 per hour. Positions available in the "Chill" area, preparing ice cream treats and in the Sandwich station making food.
- Flexible schedule handed out once per week that works around all your extracurriculars and needs
- Opportunities for long term growth with internal promotions only
- Free drinks and discounted menu items to all employees
- A professionally electrostatically sprayed work environment, cleaned every week
This is an employer who is understanding of your busy life after school. Would be a great first job requiring little experience. Interested students should email Ms.Sandman at firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information on how to apply.
What is it like to be a journalist and a soldier during war?
In March of 1970, CBS News correspondent Richard Threlkeld was embedded with a platoon patrolling the jungles of Vietnam near Cambodia. The GI's came under fire from North Vietnamese forces as Threlkeld’s crew documented the intense firefight. This original report aired on the “CBS Evening News” on March 27, 1970.