December 16, 2019
Please order lunch 1st period!
Before you leave for Winter Break:
Do your best on Finals!
Clean all food out of your locker.
Check the lost and found for your missing stuff.
Be kind and respectful to the entire PAPA Community!
Your presence is required this Friday December 20, if you were not present during the last panel, if you are still not done, were not prepared, or still need to give Mr. Torrez your professionally edited, quality cut of music in the right format. Artist statements & bios should be updated & tech notes completed. The final deadline is December 20.
Did you order socks from NHS? Well NHS will be delivering them to your friends this Wednesday, December 18th, during second period.
Have you been wondering how to show your appreciation for the incredible staff of PAPA this holiday season? Wonder no more! Please join the PAPA PTSO in providing a catered staff appreciation lunch from La Salita on December 20th. Follow the instructions provided below to help provide this lunch for our hard working staff. You will also have the option to write a note of thanks which we will print for the staff! No donation is too big or too small! Thanks in advance for helping us show the staff how much they are appreciated and loved!
Go to the PTSO page:
– there is a very tiny PayPal button under the link to the PTSO nonprofit status letter – click on that.
Try this link for donations:
Middle School Students – Have you ever wanted to go to the Upside down?!?! NJHS and MSSC are selling tickets during Finals Week at lunch in front of Mr. Power’s office for the Snow Ball on January 10th 2020, 6 to 9! Tickets are seven dollars! Free food with admission but bring extra money for pizza and drinks! We hope to see you there! Thank you!
What’s for LUNCH today?
Chicken Nuggets, Steamed Corn, Baby Carrots, Mashed Potatoes, Dinner Roll, Fruit, Salad Bar, and Milk
Please order lunch each day if you plan to eat and if you order lunch come and get it. Thanks
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