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  • We have tickets for sale in Mrs. Frazier’s office for the warm up game Volleyball game against Spring Hill next Tuesday.  Tickets are $5 and they must be purchased in advance.  No tickets at the game.
  • Tickets for this Friday’s football game against Tatum will be on sale tomorrow and Wednesday. This is our last home game, so get your ticket and support the Roughnecks.
  • This week is Red Ribbon Week.   Tomorrow is “Peace out drugs”  – dress as a Hippie. Please remember that on dress up days, the dress code is still in effect.  You may not wear pajamas, house shoes or hats unless it is a hat day.
  • Seniors who are in college English, please check your remind for a link to vote for Senior Class Officer.
  • If you are driving a car onto campus and parking, you must have a parking permit. These are available in Mrs. Frazier’s office.  We are not charging for parking permits this year so you just need to bring your license and proof of insurance to get a permit.  You do need to know your license tag number as well.  We will start checking the cars for permits later this week, and you will not be allowed to drive on campus again without a permit so take care of that as soon as possible.
  • Roughneck Speech and Debate traveled to Hallsville this weekend. We want to congratulate them and Mrs. Lattin for their outstanding results. They were overall tournament Sweepstakes winner.   Also placing were Persuasive speaking- 6th, Anna Iske, Informative speaking- 4th, Zoey Cabral; 2nd, Robert Early,  CX – 3rd, Tidus Green and Karson Lott; 1st, Anna Iske and Payton Palmer,LD – 5th, Graham Young, 1st (tied) Robert Early, 1st (tied) Colton Fears.  Great job to the whole team!
  • Congratulations to the UIL Prose/Poetry team and Mr. Higginbotham on their nice showing at the Hallsville High School UIL meet on Saturday. In Poetry Interpretation, Mya Thomas finished 3rd and Ethan Grammer took 7th place. And in Prose Interpretation, Andrew Rolland placed 6th. Congrats to team members Jaydan Zimmerman, Kim Ramos, Maleigh Feldhauser, and Bailey Brondum, too. Nice work, everyone!