Monday, October 15, 2018
And now for your final dose of College Week’s South High Staff trivia!!! Yesterday’s answer was Mrs. Scarberry. And now for the final College Week trivia question! This teacher attended Kansas State University for their undergraduate degree. This teacher chose KSU because they were offered a full ride music and theatre scholarship. While there, they decided to take a break from the college life and attend a local beauty college to obtain a license for hair and nails. After working in local salons, they returned to K-State. I later changed my degree focus and gained a bachelor degree in rhetoric and communication. After several years in the workforce, they decided to return to college. This time I decided to attend Western Oregon University and worked toward a Master of Arts in teaching, focusing on secondary education. If you think you know who this might be, please give your answer to Mr. Martin in B.7.
This Week's Activities
Freshmen Football vs West @ South 4:15 PM
JV Soccer vs North @ South 5:00 PM
Orchestra Showcase Concert @Northwest 7:00 PM
Voter Registration Ends
Soccer vs East @ South JV 5:00 PM and Varsity to follow
Titan Up Tutoring in G3 3:45 PM
FAFSA Completion Night 4:00 PM
JROTC City League Drill @ North
Soccer vs Independent @ South - Varsity Only & Senior Night
Choir Concert 7:30 PM
Football @ Bishop Carroll 7:00 PM
Cross Country Regional @ Cessna Activity Center 10:00 AM
Volleyball Sub-State @ Lawrence High School 1:00 PM
Quote for the Day
“Sometimes we only see how people are different from us. But if we look hard enough, you can see how much we are alike.” –Jasmine (Aladdin)
That’s all for your announcements today South. Have a Marvelous Monday!
7:00 PM Orchestra Showcase Concert
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