Central Junior High School

Weekly Newsletter December 2, 2016 Week 14

It's Friday!

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6th Grade Field Trip to the Texas Freshwater Fish Hatchery

CJHS's sixth grade students traveled to Athens, Texas to visit the Texas State Freshwater Fish Hatchery. Teachers and students had a great time, and the sixth grade teachers have been bragging about the great way students acted while representing our school! What a compliment! Way to go sixth grade! Thank you Mrs. Enright for the pictures.
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The Empty Stocking Funding is Filling Up!

As of Tuesday, November 29th, CJHS has raised over one thousand, five hundred dollars for the Empty Stocking Fund. CJHS students have been buying hat passes, teachers have been buying jean passes, and students paid one dollar to attend the faculty basketball game the Friday before Thanksgiving. Students have also been collecting nonperishable goods to stock the food pantry. Thank you to all those who have participated in some way. Synergy!
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CJHS Cheerleaders at the Lufkin Christmas Parade!

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Congratulations to the Bulldogs on their Wins

The 7th grade girls and the 8th grade girls teams both put a W in the Win column Monday night beating the Hemphill Lady Hornets. Coach Compton did a great job coaching; both teams won by at least a 10 point margin. Good job ladies!

The boys traveled to Hemphill where they also won both games! We are Bulldog Proud of our Dawgs!

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Coming Up!

Blood Drive

The Blood Drive will be next Thursday, December 8th. Let Kimberly Morton know if you are giving blood.

5th Grade Musical

The fifth grade music students will be presenting a Christmas musical on Friday, December 16th. The play will be after the first period exam and will start at 9:40.

CJHS Basketball

Boys Corrigan There 5:00 p.m.

Girls Corrigan Here 5:00 p.m.

CJHS Christmas Luncheon

Monday, December 12th. Fajitas!

Reach Higher!...

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