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Kudos – A Bogle student, staff member and parent volunteer will be recognized for their outstanding work by the board in the coming weeks. Congrats to eighth-grader Grace Arnpriester, seventh-grade math teacher Michelle Hamilton and loyal parent volunteer Vikki Mittun for their contributions on campus. Also, congrats to Bogle’s first-season athletics teams, including seventh- grade soccer and volleyball and eighth-grade volleyball teams who all took second place. Reading Millionaires – As a school, Bogle read more than 255 million words in the first quarter. Fourteen students individually read a million words, and two students read two million words. —Jennifer Sifuentes


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Sports center – Tryouts for boys’ basketball and girls’ soccer begin Oct. 21. Cross-country also begins on Oct. 21 and there are no cuts. Physical packets must be turned in to the office prior to tryouts. Library news – The library begins its Reading Incentive Program second quarter. Students enter a raffle ticket for every book read every week. One winner per week receives a prize. Each week all tickets are destroyed and a new contest begins. Almost 30 percent of Payne has read the book “The Hunger Games.” The goal is 50 percent by December and 80 percent by March.


Fresh & Easy – Fresh & Easy receipts can be sent in to the Payne Library now through Dec. 31. For every $20 spent at Fresh & Easy, Payne receives $1, which will be used to help purchase books for the school library. Campus clubs – Book Club, Chess, Knowledge Bowl, Science and Mathletics are all open to interested students. Check with Student Services for information about club meeting days and times. Tax credits – Donations can be made online or through forms available in the office. All donations are used for school-related activities. —Tracy House


Oct. 16 - Nov. 5, 2010 Santan Jr High Storm


Music notes – Santan Junior High holds a fundraising Flea Market and Craft Bazaar to support its band program from 7 a.m. to noon Sat., Nov. 6 in the school’s parking lot. Funds raised help purchase music, equipment, instruments and travel to compete in various competitions. Donated items are needed to be raffled off during the event. The public is invited to sign up for spaces to hold a garage sale, sell crafts or promote a business or sell services or products. Price per space is $25; additional space costs $10 extra per space. Vendors are asked to donate an item of $5 or less for students to purchase for holiday gifts. Food, drinks and shaved ice will be available for purchase. The school is located at 1550 E. Chandler Heights Rd. in Chandler between McQueen and Cooper roads. To sign up for a space, contact John Gaw at jbgaw@cox.net. —Bruce Culver, Peg Newendyke


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