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BLOOD DRIVE April 21, 2021

Blood Drive April 21, 2021 9:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m Rock Building Foyer 

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April 19 - 24, 2021 HS Weekly Announcements

FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS:   SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES:   Monday, Apr. 19 – H.S. Softball –vs- Smithville – There – 4:30        J.H. Softball –vs- Smithville – There – 4:30      H.S. Baseball –vs- Durant – There – 5:00      . . .

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2021 Wright City Basketball Camp

36th Annual Wright City Basketball Camp May 24-28, 2021 Cost: 70.00 Grades Entering: 4-8

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Important Music Dates

April 8 Music Shirts Arrive Cost $13.00 April 9 Vocal Rehearsal Jr High and HS in the auditorium  8:30 - 10:00 a.m.  April 9 All District and Honors Show Choir Reward Dinner Leave @ 7:00 p.m. April 11 Spring Recital arrive @ 1:30 (wear music shirt) 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. April 17 Miss . . .

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2021-2022 CHEER TryOuts

The 2021-2022 CHEER TryOuts are coming up.  Anyone interested in trying out needs to sign up in the High School Office.  There is a mandatory meeting set for Wednesday April 14 @ 4:00 in the conference room.  Tryouts are tentatively set for April 21 @ 4:30.  If HS Softball is playing District that day then the tryout will be moved to Sunday April 25.

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COVID Informational Resources

RESOURCES: Black Oak Clinic:  Broken Bow (580) 584-3099     Link to Black Oak Clinic Rapid Antigen Nasal Swab (immediate results in the office) PCR Nasal Swab send-off per DLO Labe Services: 48-72 hour results Finger Stick Blood Antibody Testing (immediate in office results)    McCurtain Family Medical Clinic, Inc:  Broken Bow (580) 584 - 7210  . . .

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*UPDATED* Wright City Schools COVID Policy

Dear LumberJax School Family: As you know, we have focused intensely this semester on providing students and staff members with a safe learning environment.  this includes following the guidance of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, whose experts establish, among other guidelines, the requirements for COVID - 19 quarantines.  Today the CDC announced a decrease in the length of time a person must . . .

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