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3/16 @Lumberton Campus - Jermaine Kamau, Principal

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Editor: Miss Debbie O'Brien "CARPE DIEM"

TODAY'S CORE SOCIAL STUDENT ATTENDEES LIST- FRIDAY, MARCH 20th

Just a reminder about the Core Social…

Criteria: Students must be present in school every day during that week.

Students must have no write-ups during the week (Not even file for documentation)

Students must exhibit appropriate hallway behavior.

The following students are on the list for today's social. Please check the list and let Mrs. Mitchell know if there are any corrections by 11:00. Ms. Koch will deliver tickets to eligible students during 6th period.

Keaira Seawright

Tawana Brown

Javis Ducth

Matthew Lopez

Anthony Perez

Justin Dow

Sean Riley

Malik Moody

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Spring Into Action!

Mr. Charry, Ms. Sharp and Chay'la Page "sprang" into action this week and created this beautiful bulletin board. Nice job everybody!

QUOTE OF THE WEEK- William Shakespeare on Spring!

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5 Things you should Know


  1. PARCC testing continues now through March 27th!

  2. Our Second Marking Period Awards Ceremony was held in the MPR room today, and was a resounding success! Check out the pix below!
  3. Teen Arts Trip is scheduled for this Friday.

  4. Spring 2015 starts on Friday, 20th March 2015, at 6:46pm. We made it!

  5. Don't forget to place your Easter pie orders! See details below!

Second Marking Period Awards Ceremony!

Our Second Marking Period Awards Ceremony was held in March 16th in the MPR to celebrate Academic Achievement! A great time was had by all!

Expelled From Every Other School: EPISODE 2

Last Chance High (Video Discussion Series) CAUTION: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE
Bullying the Voiceless: Last Chance High (Episode 2)

On Chicago's West Side, there is a school for the city's most at-risk youth — the Moses Montefiore Academy. Most of the students at Montefiore have been kicked out of other schools for aggressive behavior, and many have been diagnosed with emotional disorders.

What do you see as the most important ideas from this episode?


What are your critical reactions after watching?


In what ways does this school remind you of Lumberton?

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Around Campus this Week...

PE News with Mr. White

Students must be level 3 or above to spectate!

Games begin at 10am!

The practice schedule will be Capital and the Core Basketball Team practicing on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Core will practice during 6th period on Tuesday and Wednesday and Capital will practice during 2nd and 3rd period on Tuesday and Wednesday. The game will be played at 10:00 on Thursday. Teachers make sure students know not to show up and unless they are eligible thank you.

Health Watch with Nurse Rowe

*Remember to get a flu shot this year!

The next Biggest Loser session has begun, and runs to March 25th. Easter break starts April 3rd. The days will be warm and we can no longer hide behind coats and fleece.

There will be 11 weigh ins. We’re going to try something a little different next time. I am asking each person to pay $11 up front. This will cover you losing or staying the same each of the 11 weeks. If you happen to gain you will need to pay an additional $.

Culinary Corner

3/16

Soup – S. W. corn chowder

Fiesta chicken and Rice

Salad – Spanish chopped chicken Salad- diced chicken, peppers, onion, corn, black beans, cheddar cheese and tomato over mixed greens

Tuesday – Reuben with fries

Wednesday – turkey chili with cornbread

Thursday – chicken fajitas with rice and corn

Friday – S. W. Baked tilapia over black bean salsa and rice

Pineapple upside down cake


ALSO AT SMITTY's- THE EASTER PIE SALE!!!! PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW!

Deadline to place orders: Fri., March 27, 2015 - Print and complete the Pie Order Form. (Please get your orders in as early as possible.) This fundraiser benefits our student activity fund (not to mention the fact that it's delicious!)

Return the Pie Order Form with payment to the Main Office.

Pick Up Date: April, 1 or 2, 2015

Mr. Morris' History Haven

Strange and interesting facts about the civil war

During the Civil War, glasses with colored lenses were used to treat disorders and illnesses. Yellow- glasses were used to treat syphilis, Blue- for insanity and Pink for depression. Thus, we get the expression, To see the world through rose-colored glasses.

For those living in/shopping for old houses, or just watch a lot of DIY network or HGTV:

Centuries before and decades after the Civil War, including the war itself, doorways were wide, not because of the width of women’s skirts (as commonly thought) but so coffin’s could be passed through with a pallbearer on either side.

Spanish Spotlight with Ms. Sanders

SLE UPDATES WITH MS. MANGUS

For your information the following students are on the SLE program.

Kanya Richman- Jones- Working M, W, and F

Maleek Moody – Working Tuesday and Thursday

Nestali Pena-Camila- Monday, Tuesday, Wedesday and Friday

Keaira Seawright & Lynnea Reading: Have been hired and are now training at ShopRite! Way to Go!

The following are hiring at this present time

Taco Bell- Mt. Holly

KFC- Burlington

KFC- Willingboro

Pizza Hut- Mt Holly

If you have any questions please ask, I will be sending updates weekly.

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Celebrate Women's History Month

Principal Jermaine Kamau

March is Women's Heritage Month. We recognize that without the support of women like grandmothers, mothers, aunts sisters, etc. we could not have made it. Their support is invaluable. Many of my teachers growing up were women who served as positive role models for me and my peers. Let's honor them not only through recognition but also by the way we acknowledge and respect their contributions to our communities, nation and the world abroad.

3-2-1 ASSESSMENT TOOL

Struggling to help your students? Help is here! See below:

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