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Curtis Junior High Daily Bulletin

Friday – November 15,  2019

Today’s Events

 

Tomorrow’s Events

 

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Announcements

 

Do you like to dance? Danceblast is a student-centered production that features student dancers and choreographers in different dance styles and is open to students in 9th-12th grade. Auditions for this year’s production of Danceblast will take place Monday 11/18 through Wednesday 11/20 in the CHS Cafeteria starting at 2:15. Each day features different styles and choreographers, so come every day to increase your chances of being in the show! All styles and levels of training are welcome. Questions? Contact Mrs. Molinaro at lmolinaro@upsd83.org. Hope to see you there!

 

Hey Cougs!  National Junior Honor Society will be extending the food drive to Monday, November 18th.   Food collected will be donated to local families in need and will be collected in 1st period classes. Remember that the top 8th grade class and the top 9th grade class that bring in the most food will win a breakfast pastry party with donuts and muffins.  With your help, we can make a difference in the lives of many local families.   

 

Attention National Jr Honor Society:  Service hours sign-ups for Monday and Tuesday of next week are posted on the NJHS bulletin board across from the Library.  Two service hours will be available for those who are interested.  Sign up before all of the spots are taken as space is limited.

  

Congratulations to the varsity soccer team in their 5-0 win yesterday.  Sarah Newland with 3 goals, and Eliza and Lillian Ecklund with a goal each led the offense.  Defensive players of the game were Tatiana, Jane, and Samantha. Picture day today for soccer and basketball at 2:15.

 

The Boys Basketball team traveled to Ridgetop last night for their 1st game of the season. The boys started out the game very strong defensively not allowing Ridgetop to score in the 1st quarter. The cougars relied on their defense the entire game and played a fast paced game all night, winning 107 to 26. Multiple Cougars were in double figures, leading the charge was Zoom Diallo scoring 35, Devin Whitten scoring 24, and Andrew Stice scoring 18. Come and support our boys this season as they take on Poulsbo for their home opener Tuesday at 3:30, Go Cougs!  

 

 

CHS Sports Highlights

Last night the Viking Water Polo Team kicked off the state tournament with a 19-3 win over Puyallup High School.  The team has reached the semi-finals and will take on a tough and talented Newport Knight squad at 8:00pm tonight.  A win would put the Vikings in the championship game on Saturday, 7:00pm, and provide an opportunity for Curtis to win its 5th consecutive state title and 17th in school history!  All games are at Curtis High School!  Hope to see and hear you at the pool!

 

Our Curtis girls bowling team played their first match of the season against Wilson HS last night and defeated the Rams by 19 pins.  It came down to the last game as a team.  Sienna Stoner along with her senior team mates, combined for a total of 217 in their last Baker to win the match.  Go Viks!

  

CHS Events
B Water Polo State @ CHS

G Swim State Prelims @ KCAC

Volleyball Districts CHS vs Kentridge @ CJH 3:00