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Weekly Updates

This Week - November 29
 
SOL Tutoring will begin on Monday for students taking the Civics, Science 8 and World Geography SOL Tests.  Tutoring will be offered after school Monday through Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Students should talk to their teachers for more details.  All students who plan to stay must have a ride home.  Students will remain in bus duty until released for tutoring.  
 
On Tuesday, our boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will play Northwood Middle School here at EBSMS.  Their game will start at 5:15 p.m and the girls will play first.  Team and individual pictures will be taken before the games.  
 
On Thursday, our boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will travel to Damascus Middle School.  Their game will start at 5:15 p.m and the girls will play first.
 
Students are encouraged to participate in our seasonal dress up days.  This Friday, everyone is encouraged to wear their favorite Christmas mask.  On December 10th, we will wear our Christmas socks and our tacky Christmas sweaters on December 17th.
 
On Friday, our band students will perform their annual Christmas Concert for students during their exploratory classes.  
 
On Friday night at 7:00 p.m. the band students will perform their annual Christmas Concert for parents and community members.  The concert will be held at EBSMS.  Masks are required for all who plan to attend.  
 
The School Beautification Club would like to invite  everyone to help decorate the  EB Stanley Christmas Tree by donating new gloves, scarves, and hats to be placed on the tree.  We will collect donations through December 13th.  If you are in need, please feel free to take only what you need.  The tree is located at the main entrance of the school.
 
The 7th grade Civics SOL test will be given on December 8th and the Science 8 and World Geography SOL tests will be given on December 9th.  
 
School will dismiss two hours early on Friday, December 17th for Christmas Break.  Second semester classes will begin on January 4th.

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