What is going on this December.
Anderson-Shiro News of the Month.
The Anderson Community looks forward to the annual dinner, because that is when the whole community gets to come together and celebrate the outstanding achievements of the ever so hard woking school they support every year. The sophomore class is very excited to be hosting the dinner. They are having a great time selling the tickets and collecting donations from the local community stores.
As homecoming gets closer and closer each day it seems there is not enough time to come up with any other great ideas. While the sophomores are working on the dinner the freshmen class is preparing for the homecoming dance. The high school students are anticipating what great ideas the freshmen class has come up with.
Over all the homecoming preparations are being well handled. This years high school homecoming is going to be the best.
The new football field.
The athletic department already receives so much of the schools budget and is it or is it not fair to other extracurricular groups. Those in favor of the new field are those who are in sports or support the sports department. Those appose to the construction are the people who believe it is a huge waste of money and the money can be used for other more useful things.
The football field construction should not have started to all the points of views were taken under consideration. This is a reasonable issue that be taken serious.
While varsity is going through a rough patch j/v players are doing a little better winning more games then they have lost. J/V players are determine to be the best they can to prove they are worth a second look at.
This basketball season is going to have everyone on the edge of their seats due to the fact that the athletic boys always make a comeback when they are not so hot at the beginning. We will have to just wait and a see. Good luck Owls.
Today Nicholas is the manager of the high school varsity basketball team giving advice and a few pointers. He is excited for the school year to be over so he can play basketball his junior year.