3 things to know for January 6: ASVAB, Volleyball, Scholarships


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Attention Juniors & Sophomores: We will be administering the ASVAB to ALL students today and tomorrow (Thurs & Fri). Please check your email and Google Classrooms for more information. Testing roster is posted outside of the high school’s main office, cafeteria, and gym.

2. Boy’s Volleyball

Boy’s Volleyball Sign-Ups will be held in the gym on Monday, January 10th during Homeroom for any young man interested in playing this spring. If you have any questions, please see Coach Spencer.

3. Scholarships

  • Terry Crews ‘Creative Courage’ Scholarship worth $20,000 due 1/12
  • Dr. Meme Heineman Scholarship worth $6,000 due 1/14
  • United States JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship worth $1,000 due 1/14
  • Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarship worth $5,000 due 1/15
  • Hunnicutt Law Group Scholarship worth $1,000 due 1/15
  • Mensa US Scholarship worth $2,500 due 1/15


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(Yahoo!) – Today is the “one-year anniversary of Jan. 6, 2021, when a violent mob of supporters of then-President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building as Congress was certifying Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election — an attack that left multiple people dead, scores of police officers injured and a democracy shaken to its core.”

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I just got boosted today.

Was shared by social media supposedly by Betty White, days before she died at the age of 99. The supposed quote has been used to suggest that the booster played a role in White’s death; however, this quote was found to be 100% fake and also was proven to be fake by her agent and friend.

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Two lucky lotto players hit the $632.6 million jackpot in Wednesday night’s drawing, matching all six numbers: 6 – 14 – 25 – 33 – 46 with a Powerball number of 17.


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