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Payne Junior High Panthers Bogle Junior High
Acts of kindness – A toiletry drive raises goods for needy Gearing up – See Payne gear for sale on the current video
families in the community Dec. 3 through 10. Dec. 8 is devoted announcements. Order forms are on Payne’s website. Lanyards
Bulldogs
to toilet tissue, and all goods raised that day are donated to the are available in the library for $3.
Tax credit – Tax credit donations greatly benefi t Bogle
Chandler CARE Center. Book Club – The Book Club meets at 8 a.m. Wednesdays. Ask
students. Consider making a tax credit donation in the next
Clothing art – Phoenix Custom Designs is on the PJHS stage at the Library for more details.
Dec. 10, airbrushing designs on student’s apparel. Students can Tutor time – Tutoring is available from 8 to 9 a.m. Tuesdays
few months before the tax year is over. Forms can be found at
preorder their requests and watch Bianca paint it. Students can and Fridays before school and 4 to 4:30 p.m. Mondays and
www.boglebulldogs.com or on the district website.
bring in hats, shoes, shirts or any other cloth item to be painted Wednesdays after school. Parent pick-up is required. —Jennifer Sifuentes
for only $10. Jamba Juice – Jamba Juice is sold at school during lunch the
High fi ve – Congratulations to Sadie Deem for winning the fi rst and third Fridays of every month for $3.
2009 Lions International Peace Poster Contest sponsored by Sun Video stars – Video announcements are posted each Friday
Lakes Lions Club and Intel Corporation. This year’s theme was on the Payne website.
“The Power of Peace: Bringing peace to the world, through one Calendar
child at a time.” Sadie was honored at the recent awards event. Dec. 10: Panther Band Concert, 7 p.m.
Seton Sentinels
The Student Council is also recognized for their canned food drive, Dec. 17: Last day of quarter Set the date – The public is invited to Seton’s mothers’
which collected more than 4,000 food items to be donated to —Tracy House
mass at 1 p.m. Tue., Dec. 8, with a holiday bazaar to follow.
United Way.
—Rebecca Sanchez
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