3 things to know for December 9: Senior Section, PTI App Day, KIND Closet


Photo: Pantone Color Institute

1. Senior Section Information

Attention Seniors – please make sure to complete the Yearbook Senior Section Information Google Form that Mrs. Battaglia emailed to all of you.  If you did not receive the email, please see Mrs. Battaglia.  This is due by Friday, December 17!

2. PTI App Day

Pittsburgh Technical College (PTC) App Day will be on Friday, Dec 10 during homeroom. Any junior or senior that is interested in meeting with the rep from PTC to ask questions, needs help filling out the online application or is just interested in general, please sign up using the Counseling Google Classroom. An announcement will be made when students are to report to the guidance office.

3. KIND Closet

The KIND Closet needs volunteers next week (December 14, 15, 16, ) from 3:00-5:00 and Friday December 17 from 3:00-6:00.  This is a great community service opportunity and a way to give back to your community this holiday season.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Smolleck.


Chicken n’ Biscuits, Seasoned Carrots, Whipped Potatoes with/or without Gravy, Fruit Cup, and Milk


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It was really important for us to come up with a new color, because we have a very new vision of the world now.

Said Pantone Color Institute’s Executive Director Leatrice Eiseman in a video call on deciding the 2021 Color of the Year, ‘Very Peri.’

Photo: Pantone Color Institute

TODAY’S NUMBER: $1.3 million

According to a report from The Athletic’s Katie Strang, the City of Glendale is warning the Coyotes that they might be kicked out of the Gila River Arena, due to delinquent tax bills and unpaid arena charges.

Earlier this month, on Dec. 3, the Arizona Department of Revenue reportedly filed a tax lien notice seeking $1.3 million in unpaid state and city taxes from the company that owns the Coyotes, IceArizona Hockey LLC. Per Strang, The local government has already cancelled the team’s business license and notified arena management and Coyotes team president and CEO Xavier Gutierrez.

Besides the debt, the Coyotes also sit right at the bottom of the NHL with a 5-18-2 record.

Photo: Howlin’ Hockey