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September 16 - 20

FRIDAY

Today and Monday will be Learning Lab.

STARS — which stands for Students Talking About Race Safely — will have its first meeting of the year today after school in room 602 from 3 to 4 pm. We look forward to seeing you there!

Hey cards! Have you ever been interested in acting? Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the stage? If so, join Drama Club! Our first meeting takes place from 3-4 this afternoon in room 1401. Make sure to bring some food, it’s a potluck! See you there!

Hey, Key Clubbers! Don’t forget our meeting this afternoon. We will be doing our first service project, a campus cleanup. Dress for the weather and meet in room 701 at 3 pm.

Come on out on Monday, September 23rd, for the first Honor Society Meeting of the year! Honor Society is a club open to students with a GPA of 3.7 or above and focuses around service in the community while providing encouragement for achieving at rigorous academic levels.

BSU will be meeting after school on Monday in room 1104 from 3-4pm. See you there!

Challenger Approaching: Super Smash Club, a new club at FP, will meet on Tuesday’s from 3 to 4 pm in Mr. Pelandini’s room, 1402. If you missed our first meeting , be sure to come to our next one on Tuesday, September 24th. If you have questions, please ask Mr. Pelandini, and get ready to show up and settle it in SMASH.

Hey Freshman! Interested in widening your circle and being a part of making the magic happen here at FPHS? Then pick up an ASB application from freshman advisor Mrs. Pascal in room 1606. We will be accepting applications until next Friday, September 27th, so hurry by and get yours in.

Believe it or not, the Homecoming Dance is not that far off — Saturday, October 19th from 7 to 10 pm!  Tickets are now on sale for FP students at $10 each. The price will increase, so buy early! If you plan on bringing a guest to the dance who does not attend FP, Guest Passes are now available in the main office and are due back by October 7th. Guest passes must be completed and approved before a guest ticket can be purchased. All guest tickets are $20.

From the CCC . . .

Cardinal ladies! Are you interested in a career in computers and technology?  Mrs. Price in the CCC has two field trips coming up where you can learn more about it.  Pick up a permission slip as soon as possible to be a part of this great opportunity.  It can also count as a job shadow!

In sports . . .

Our Lady Cards soccer team had a stellar game last night against Eatonville: a 3-1 victory with goals from Paige Tinder, Leah Roszman and an absolute banger from Zhanna Kukosh.   Zoe Mauldin made a stellar save to preserve the W. Perfect week ladies!

The FP girls remain unbeaten as they easily handled Clover Park 26 to 5.  The Cards were once again led by the freshmen dynamo Jeannie “The Shades” Yoon with a season high 11 points.  Mackenzie “The Mallet” Allard also did a fantastic job, adding 5 more of her own points.  The JV also kept their win streak alive led by freshmen Emma “The Driver Destroyer” Swenson with 4 points.  These lady golfers are just awesome!

The Franklin Pierce Boys’ Varsity Golf Team shutout the Clover Park Warriors yesterday 35-0. The medalist of the match was William “Yahtzee” Yoon. The Korean sensation shot a 43 with 11 points. Trevor “D-Day” Drummond crushed it with 10 points, and Taylor “The Wizard” White added 6 points. Cardinal Golf is totally RAD!

Playing today . . .

Varsity Football vs Fife @ Fife, 7 pm

Boys Tennis vs Foss @ Foss, 3:30 pm

And on Saturday . . .

Cross County in the Steilacoom Invitational @ Ft. Steilacoom Park, 8 am

THURSDAY

Today is Cardinal Connections; tomorrow will be Learning Lab.

Skills USA has their meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays — come in and join the fun. We have so many opportunities to learn skills. We meet from 3 to 4:30. See y’all there!

STARS — which stands for Students Talking About Race Safely — will have its first meeting of the year tomorrow, Friday, September 20th, after school in room 602 from 3 to 4 pm. We look forward to seeing you there!

Hey cards! Have you ever been interested in acting? Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the stage? If so, join Drama Club! Our first meeting will be this Friday from 3-4 in room 1401. Make sure to bring some food, it’s a potluck! See you there!

Hey, Key Clubbers! Our next meeting is tomorrow. We will be doing our first service project, a campus cleanup. Dress for the weather and meet in room 701 at 3 pm.

Come on out on Monday, September 23rd, for the first Honor Society Meeting of the year! Honor Society is a club open to students with a GPA of 3.7 or above and focuses around service in the community while providing encouragement for achieving at rigorous academic levels.

Challenger Approaching: Super Smash Club, a new club at FP, will meet on Tuesday’s from 3 to 4 pm in Mr. Pelandini’s room, 1402. If you missed our first meeting , be sure to come to our next one on Tuesday, September 24th. If you have questions, please ask Mr. Pelandini, and get ready to show up and settle it in SMASH.

Believe it or not, the Homecoming Dance is not that far off — Saturday, October 19th from 7 to 10 pm!  Tickets are now on sale for FP students at $10 each. The price will increase, so buy early! If you plan on bringing a guest to the dance who does not attend FP, Guest Passes are now available in the main office and are due back by October 7th. Guest passes must be completed and approved before a guest ticket can be purchased. All guest tickets are $20.

In sports . . .

Congratulations to our girls swim team, who defeated Renton 49-47 this past Tuesday.  First place finishes came from Dylynne Howser in the 500 freestyle and Jasmine Legg in the 100 meter breaststroke.  Nice job Cards!

Your FP tennis team got back to their winning ways by defeating Highline yesterday with a score of 5-0. Big wins came from Albert Lee, Dallas Boler, Luke Zagar, Hazzard Wiseman, Logan Parejo, Isaac Velazquez, Kaden Ensunsa and Eddy Park. Great wins boys — keep up the hard work and beat Foss on Friday.

Yesterday at the Evergreen Campus in Seattle the Boys Cardinal Cross Country team defeated Highline, Evergreen and Steilacoom.  The Cards were led by senior Jalen Cano with a winning time of 17:20, and the victory was secured with strong performances from sophomore Isaac Venable and freshman Jadon Shadlow. 

The girls Cross Country team defeated both Highline and Evergreen and were led freshman Hattie Lindow who cruised into first place by at least 100 yards in her very first 5K.  Breeana Packard’s first race performance was also a huge factor in securing the victory over Highline and Evergreen.  Way to go ladies!

And playing today . . .

Boys & Girls Golf vs Clover Park @ Spanaway Lake Golf Course, 2:30 pm

Girls Soccer vs Eatonville @ Eatonville, JV plays at 5 and Varsity at 7 pm

WEDNESDAY

Today is Wednesday early release, with school dismissing at 1:15. Tomorrow will be Cardinal Connections

If you are planning to go to the sports medicine club Fall Leadership conference and Sounders Game, you MUST pay your $5 club dues and $15 ticket by today, Wednesday, September 18th, in order to go to the Sounders Game on October 6th.

Skills USA has their meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays — come in and join the fun. We have so many opportunities to learn skills. We meet from 3 to 4:30. See y’all there!

Come on out on Monday, September 23rd, for the first Honor Society Meeting of the year! Honor Society is a club open to students with a GPA of 3.7 or above and focuses around service in the community while providing encouragement for achieving at rigorous academic levels. Come check out our booth at Club Rush to see if you’d be a good fit with us!

Challenger Approaching: Super Smash Club, a new club at FP, will meet on Tuesday’s from 3 to 4 pm in Mr. Pelandini’s room, 1402. If you missed our first meeting yesterday, come to our next meeting on Tuesday, September 24th. If you have questions, please ask Mr. Pelandini, and get ready to show up and settle it in SMASH.

From the CCC . . .

Hey Cardinals!  Tonight is the night!  Don’t forget to join us at Back to School, College & Career Night.  Meet representatives from colleges, apprenticeship programs, the military, volunteer organizations, and other resources.  You will also have the opportunity to introduce your family to your teachers and to sign up for Fall Conferences.  See you there!

In sports . . .

The FP girls golf team picked up their 7th win of the season, remaining undefeated against Foss last night. After a solid start skies gave way to a tough finish through torrential downpour and the cards won 28-0. Medalist Annabella Wren managed to stay afloat the puddles with 7 points, while Jeannie Yoon and Jamie Gonzalez mustered 8 each as they nearly got blown off the course by the storm. Great job ladies!

Congratulations to the FP boys varsity golf team for their epic victory versus Foss with a season high score of 44-1.  The medalist was Patrick Brault who shot a 41 with 12 points. Trevor Drummond also added 12 points; Jalen Roque added 8 points; and William Yoon rocked 7 points. FP Golf is totally RAD!

And playing today . . .

Cross Country in the SPSL Meet @ Evergreen Campus, 3:30 pm

Boys Tennis vs Highline @ FP, 3:30 pm

Volleyball vs WHS @ WHS, JV plays at 5:45 and Varsity at 7:15

TUESDAY

Today is Cardinal Connections; tomorrow will be early release Wednesday with school dismissing at 1:15.

Attention all Pacific Islander Club members! We will be meeting right after school today to continue preparing for club rush.  Meet us in the commons and come ready to dance!

Skills USA has their meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays — come in and join the fun. We have so many opportunities to learn skills. We meet from 3 to 4:30. See y’all there!

If you are planning to go to the sports medicine club Fall Leadership conference and Sounders Game, you MUST pay your $5 club dues and $15 ticket by Wednesday, September 18th, in order to go to the Sounders Game on October 6th.

Come on out on Monday, September 23rd, for the first Honor Society Meeting of the year! Honor Society is a club open to students with a GPA of 3.7 or above and focuses around service in the community while providing encouragement for achieving at rigorous academic levels. Come check out our booth at Club Rush to see if you’d be a good fit with us!

From the CCC . . .

Are you interested in attending a Military Academy after high school?  Part of the application process requires obtaining a nomination from a member of congress. Congressman Denny Heck will make a nomination to the following military academies: the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs; West Point in New York; the US Merchant Marine Academy in New York and the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.  See Mrs. Price in the CCC for nomination packet.

Are you ready to learn more about colleges, apprenticeships or the military?  How about volunteer opportunities or resources available in the community?  Sixty organizations are scheduled to be at Back to School, College & Career Night plus your teachers.  Visiting with three post-secondary booths can count as one post-secondary site visit.  Make sure to fill out your form and get it signed by a counselor Wednesday, September 18th, from 6 – 7:30 pm.  Also, don’t forget to sign up for Fall conferences with your teachers!  Please see Mrs. Price in the CCC with any questions.

In sports . . .

Boys & Girls Golf vs Foss @ Meadow Park Golf Course, 2:45 pm

Varsity Girls Soccer vs WHS @ FP, 7 pm

Girls Swim vs Renton @ Hazen Pool, 3 pm

MONDAY

Today and tomorrow will be Cardinal Connections.

Welcome to the beginning of Latinx Heritage and History month! Feliz día de independencia, México!  Mexico celebra su independencia el diez y seis de septiembre.  Países que celebran su independencia el quince son: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua. Chile la celebra el diez y ocho de septiembre.  Felicidades! 

LEAP is back!  The Latinx Education Achievement Project meets every Monday from 3 to 4 pm in Mr. Call’s room, 404. Hope to see you there today!

Attention all Pacific Islander Club members! We will be meeting today and Tuesday right after school to prepare for club rush.  Meet us in the commons and come ready to dance!

From the CCC . . .

Representatives from the Pierce County Library and the University of Arizona will be here today during lunches in the Commons. Be sure to check them out!

Are you interested in attending a Military Academy after high school?  Part of the application process requires obtaining a nomination from a member of congress. Congressman Denny Heck will make a nomination to the following military academies: the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs; West Point in New York; the US Merchant Marine Academy in New York and the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.  See Mrs. Price in the CCC for nomination packet.

Are you ready to learn more about colleges, apprenticeships or the military? How about volunteer opportunities or resources available in the community?  Sixty organizations are scheduled to be at Back to School, College & Career Night plus your teachers.  Visiting with three post-secondary booths can count as one post-secondary site visit.  Make sure to fill out your form and get it signed by a counselor Wednesday, September 18th, from 6 – 7:30 pm.  Also, don’t forget to sign up for Fall conferences with your teachers!  Please see Mrs. Price in the CCC with any questions.

In sports . . .

The Lady Cardinals golf team defeated highline last Friday 23 to 7. The Cardinals were led by freshman Jeannie Yoon and junior Jamie Gonzalez, each scoring 8 points. The JV also remains undefeated as they were led by Rachel  Zagar and Ahanah Glymph. The ladies are tied for 1st in league at 5 and 0.

And playing today . . .

JV Football vs WHS @ FP, 5 pm

Boys Tennis vs Lindbergh @ FP, 3:30 pm

September 9-13

FRIDAY

Today we have a 45-minute assembly between 2nd and 3rd period. Students will go directly to the gym after 2nd period and sit in their grade level sections. Teachers, you will seat yourselves according to the assembly seating chart. Monday will be Cardinal Connections.

Hey Cardinals! Are you interested in helping others and having fun with it? If so, come to Key Club’s interest meeting this afternoon at 3 pm in room 701. See you there for food and fun!

LEAP is back!  The Latinx Education Achievement Project will be meeting every Monday from 3 to 4 pm in Mr. Call’s room, 404. Hope to see you there!

Attention all Pacific Islander Club members! We will be meeting on Monday and Tuesday right after school to prepare for club rush.  Meet us in the commons and come ready to dance!

From the CCC . . .

Registration is now open for SHAPING.  SHAPING is a leadership conference that encourages junior and senior high school students of Asian-American/Pacific Islander descent to pursue higher education. This annual event on the WSU Pullman campus intends to foster and address the needs of higher education among the Asian-American/Pacific Islander community.  The conference will be held October 11-13th on the WSU campus in Pullman.  Go to shaping.wsu.edu for more information or see Mrs. Price in the CCC.

Hey Seniors! Are you interested in attending Gonzaga, Northwest, PLU, St. Martin’s or Whitworth?  The Act Six scholarship is now open.  Act Six is a full-tuition, full-need urban leadership award.  The deadline is November 5th so start your application today!

Are you interested in attending a Military Academy after high school?  Part of the application process requires obtaining a nomination from a member of congress. Congressman Denny Heck will make a nomination to the following military academies: the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs; West Point in New York; the US Merchant Marine Academy in New York and the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.  See Mrs. Price in the CCC for nomination packet.

Are you ready to learn more about colleges, apprenticeships or the military?  How about volunteer opportunities or resources available in the community?  Sixty organizations are scheduled to be at Back to School, College & Career Night plus your teachers.  Visiting with three post-secondary booths can count as one post-secondary site visit.  Make sure to fill out your form and get it signed by a counselor Wednesday, September 18th, from 6 – 7:30 pm.  Also, don’t forget to sign up for Fall conferences with your teachers!  Please see Mrs. Price in the CCC with any questions.

In sports . . .

Our Cardinal volleyball team had a great home win last night against Clover Park. Jaylyn Hopkins led the way with 11 assists, 5 kills and 5 aces; Amber Timmerman had 7 kills; and Katy Cook had 6 kills and 3 aces. A huge thank you to the fans who cheered us to victory!

The FP tennis team took on our rival Washington yesterday and came out with a huge win by a score of 4-1. Big wins came from Elvis Le, Hazzard Wiseman, Luke Zagar, Logan Parejo, Isaac Velazquez, Kaden Ensunsa, and Edward Park. Great start to the season boys.

And playing today . . .

Boys & Girls Golf vs Evergreen, Tyee & Highline @ Spanaway Lake Golf Course, 2:30 pm

Varsity Football vs WHS in the Helmet Bowl @ FP, 7 pm

THURSDAY

Today is Cardinal Connections. Tomorrow we will have a 45-minute assembly between 2nd and 3rd period.

Would you like to become a member of one of the largest high school organizations in the world? DECA has over 200,000 members in over 3,500 high schools across the globe. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. We will be having our 1st meeting at 3 pm today in room 801. See Mr. Lindsey for more information.

Your wood-chopping, steel-shaping, engraver-engineering and metal-machining club is having its first meeting — an interest meeting— today from 3 to 3:30 to plan, organize, and energize.  The club is SKILLS USA.   Our meeting place is on the outskirts, room 1714.   Mr. Kurbis and Mr. Richardson will help a team of creators and builders on a quest of discovery and design.   Come and see what it’s all about!  Be there because we actually use the SQUARE!  Skills USA  — Kurbis’s room, 1714 — today.

Hey Cardinals! Are you interested in helping others and having fun with it? If so, come to Key Club’s interest meeting this Friday, September 13th, at 3 pm in room 701. See you there for food and fun!

LEAP is back!  The Latinx Education Achievement Project will be meeting every Monday from 3 to 4 pm in Mr. Call’s room, 404. Hope to see you there!

From the CCC . . .

Registration is now open for SHAPING.  SHAPING is a leadership conference that encourages junior and senior high school students of Asian-American/Pacific Islander descent to pursue higher education. This annual event on the WSU Pullman campus intends to foster and address the needs of higher education among the Asian-American/Pacific Islander community.  The conference will be held October 11-13th on the WSU campus in Pullman.  Go to shaping.wsu.edu for more information or see Mrs. Price in the CCC.

Hey Seniors! Are you interested in attending Gonzaga, Northwest, PLU, St. Martin’s or Whitworth?  The Act Six scholarship is now open.  Act Six is a full-tuition, full-need urban leadership award.  The deadline is November 5th so start your application today!

In sports . . .

The Franklin Pierce Boy’s varsity golf team won two matches yesterday versus Lindbergh and Renton 35-2.  Trevor Drummond was the medalist with 10 points; Patrick Brault added 9 points; and Taylor White added 8 points. Cardinal Golf is totally RAD!

The FP girls golf team put up another shutout last night beating Renton and Lindbergh 25 to 0. The Cards were led by the dynamic trio of Jamie Gonzalez with 8 pts, Annabella Wren with 7, and Jeannie Yoon with 6. The JV also won led by freshmen Rachel “The Duck Walker” Zagar. Nice job ladies. Next match is this Friday against Highline.

And playing today . . .

JV & Varsity Boys Tennis vs Washington @ WHS, 3:30 pm

Volleyball vs Clover Park @ FP, JV & C-Teams play at 5:45 and Varsity at 7:15

WEDNESDAY

Today is early release Wednesday, with school dismissing at 1:15. Tomorrow will be Cardinal Connections.

On this date, September 11, 2001, nearly 3000 people were killed in terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center buildings in New York. In honor of those men, women, and children who lost their lives and for all those who continue to serve to protect the lives of others, please join us in a school-wide moment of silence. Thank you.

FCA, or Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will have its first leadership meeting right after school today at 1:15 in room 601. We will discuss club rush and our plans for fall quarter. All are welcome!

Would you like to become a member of one of the largest high school organizations in the world? DECA has over 200,000 members in over 3,500 high schools across the globe. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. We will be having our 1st meeting tomorrow, Thursday, at 3pm in room 801. See Mr. Lindsey for more information.

Your wood-chopping, steel-shaping, engraver-engineering and metal-machining club is having its first meeting — an interest meeting— this Thursday from 3 to 3:30 to plan, organize, and energize.  The club is SKILLS USA.   Our meeting place is on the outskirts, room 1714.   Mr. Kurbis and Mr. Richardson will help a team of creators and builders on a quest of discovery and design.   Come and see what it’s all about!  Be there because we actually use the SQUARE!  Skills USA  — Kurbis’s room, 1714 — Thursday.

Hey Cardinals! Are you interested in helping others and having fun with it? If so, come to Key Club’s interest meeting this Friday, September 13th, at 3 pm in room 701. See you there for food and fun!

From the CCC . . .

Registration is now open for SHAPING.  SHAPING is a leadership conference that encourages junior and senior high school students of Asian-American/Pacific Islander descent to pursue higher education. This annual event on the WSU Pullman campus intends to foster and address the needs of higher education among the Asian-American/Pacific Islander community.  The conference will be held October 11-13th on the WSU campus in Pullman.  Go to shaping.wsu.edu for more information or see Mrs. Price in the CCC.

Hey Seniors! Are you interested in attending Gonzaga, Northwest, PLU, St. Martin’s or Whitworth?  The Act Six scholarship is now open.  Act Six is a full-tuition, full-need urban leadership award.  The deadline is November 5th so start your application today!

In sports . . .

The Cardinal volleyball team started the season off with a 3-0 sweep of Clover Park last night.  Leading the way was sophomore Amber Timmerman with an amazing 9 aces and 6 kills.  The Cardinals racked in 18 aces last night to control the pace. Way to go ladies!

And playing today . . .

Boys & Girls Golf vs Renton & Lindbergh @ Spanaway Golf Course, 2:30 pm

TUESDAY

Today is Cardinal Connections. Tomorrow will be early release Wednesday, with school dismissing at 1:15.

Hafa adai! The Pacific Islander Club will reunite right after school today in the Commons.  We’ll be planning for club rush, voting on the adventures we’ll take this year, and talking about the culture of our club.  All students are welcome — if you’re interested in our club and culture, we want you to join us.

Mural Club will also be having our first meeting after school today in the art room, room 1606. See you there!

FCA, or Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will have its first leadership meeting right after school at 1:15 tomorrow Wednesday, September 11th, in room 601. We will discuss club rush and our plans for fall quarter. All are welcome!

Would you like to become a member of one of the largest high school organizations in the world? DECA has over 200,000 members in over 3,500 high schools across the globe. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. We will be having our 1st meeting this Thursday at 3pm in room 801. See Mr. Lindsey for more information.

Your wood-chopping, steel-shaping, engraver-engineering and metal-machining club is having its first meeting — an interest meeting— this Thursday from 3 to 3:30 to plan, organize, and energize.  The club is SKILLS USA.   Our meeting place is on the outskirts, room 1714.   Mr. Kurbis and Mr. Richardson will help a team of creators and builders on a quest of discovery and design.   Come and see what it’s all about!  Be there because we actually use the SQUARE!  Skills USA  — Kurbis’s room, 1714 — Thursday.

Hey Cardinals! Are you interested in helping others and having fun with it? If so, come to Key Club’s interest meeting this Friday, September 13th, at 3 pm in room 701. See you there for food and fun!

From the CCC . . .

Registration is now open for SHAPING.  SHAPING is a leadership conference that encourages junior and senior high school students of Asian-American/Pacific Islander descent to pursue higher education. This annual event on the WSU Pullman campus intends to foster and address the needs of higher education among the Asian-American/Pacific Islander community.  The conference will be held October 11-13th on the WSU campus in Pullman.  Go to shaping.wsu.edu for more information or see Mrs. Price in the CCC.

Hey Seniors! Are you interested in attending Gonzaga, Northwest, PLU, St. Martin’s or Whitworth?  The Act Six scholarship is now open.  Act Six is a full-tuition, full-need urban leadership award.  The deadline is November 5th so start your application today!

In sports . . .

Varsity Girls Soccer vs Clover Park @ FP, 7 pm

Volleyball vs Clover Park @ Clover Park, JV & C-Teams play at 5:45 and Varsity plays at 7:15

MONDAY

Today is Cardinal Connections; tomorrow will be Learning Lab.

Today is College Monday . . . and seniors, did you know that the FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid, opens Tuesday, October 1st? Completing this form is how you can receive financial aid from the federal government and your college of choice. See Mrs. Inman in the AVID room, 1204, for more information. 

Congratulations to the following Elizabeth Wesley Youth Merit Incentive Award recipients!  They were selected based on academics and leadership potential:  Jovonna Beasley, Kylah Boyd, Jaedyn Brown, Malik Goodrum, Chantel Hayes, Alicia Hill, Chayanne Iyun, Marthajoy Jackson, Nateisha Johnson, Shannen Johnson, Rebecca Klumpenhower, Angel Nalwoga, Frances Shoaga, Qaturi Vaughn, Yameari Vaughn, Hule’ Warren, and Brea Wilson. Way to go CARDINALS!!

Are you a senior girl with a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher?  Do you want to represent FP as our Daffodil Princess?  If your answer is yes to both questions, come by Mrs. Shoopman’s room, 1101, right after school today to start the process of becoming a candidate!

We will be having our first BSU meeting from 3 to 3:45 today in room 1105. All are welcome to join.

The Gay/Straight Alliance club will also be meeting after school today in room 703.  All are welcome; join us to foster a welcoming, accepting school.

Hafa adai! The Pacific Islander Club will reunite tomorrow, Tuesday, September 10th,  right after school in the Commons.  We’ll be planning for club rush, voting on the adventures we’ll take this year, and talking about the culture of our club.  All students are welcome — if you’re interested in our club and culture, we want you to join us.

Mural Club will be having our first meeting Tuesday after school in the art room, room 1606. See you there!

FCA, or Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will have its first leadership meeting right after school at 1:15 this Wednesday, September 11th, in room 601. We will discuss club rush and our plans for fall quarter. All are welcome!”

Hey Cardinals! Are you interested in helping others and having fun with it? If so, come to Key Club’s interest meeting this Friday, September 13th, at 3 pm in room 701. See you there for food and fun!

From the CCC . . .

Are you interested in attending UW Seattle?  Would you like to hear more about the application process and requirements?  A representative will be here Monday, September 16th, to answer your questions.  Please sign up with Mrs. Price in the CCC as this will be an invitation only event.

In sports . . .

JV Football vs Bonney Lake @ Bonney Lake, 5 pm

C-Team football vs Bonney Lake @ FP, 5 pm