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MAD Week events

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Seniors Katelyn Mann, Benjamin Gutierrez, Marlene Ambriz, Hannah Davidson, Chandler DeLapp and junior Connor Lydon

Seniors Katelyn Mann, Benjamin Gutierrez, Marlene Ambriz, Hannah Davidson, Chandler DeLapp and junior Connor Lydon

Seniors Katelyn Mann, Benjamin Gutierrez, Marlene Ambriz, Hannah Davidson, Chandler DeLapp and junior Connor Lydon

Rose Charbonneau, Staffer

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MAD week is next week, March 12-16. As well as dress up days, MAD week also includes a variety of events and activities. Proceeds from all the events will go towards chemotherapy for Lisa Johnson, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. Johnson is a secretary at Madison Middle School.

On the Monday in which MAD week starts, NHS is holding a penny drive. In every class on Monday, students can bring as many pennies as they want to donate. Teachers will have to count all the pennies brought by students, and class will not start until teachers finish counting the pennies. Basically, the more pennies a class brings, the less class time for them. Plus, it is all going towards a great cause!

On Monday as well, there will be an assembly at 10 am, during third hour. The dress up theme is either neon, white out or wear your MAD week shirt. Apparently, there will be a surprise for those who wear their MAD week shirts.

Monday evening at 5:45 pm, there will be a school board meeting. The meeting will cover a proposal to solve the state’s school funding crisis. A suspension in April is the likely the solution, but the reality of the proposal will not be revealed until Monday night. The meeting will be held in the Fine Arts Center Auditorium.  

On Tuesday, Freshman Leadership will be holding an event where students can pay a dollar for a piece of duct tape that they can use to tape an admin to the wall during their lunch. Principal Mr. Smith will be a victim of this event, so bring a buck and tape him up!

Tuesday night, the art club will be holding a paint slide on the practice fields. The cost is $2 per person, and donations will be taken up to support Johnson.

The Interact Club will be holding a Bake Sale on Wednesday during the morning as well as during lunch. Different treats will be priced differently, so come hungry and bring some cash!

Thursday, as well as its designated dress-up day, which is decade day, will also be hat day for students. Students will not be reprimanded for wearing hats on Thursday.

On Friday there will be a blood drive. Students will have the opportunity to donate blood if they are 16, 17 or 18 years of age with parental consent, even if you are 18. Participants must be of good health 16-17 year olds must be at least 120 pounds and 18 year olds at least 110 pounds.

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