3 things to know for February 14: Clawson Recognized, Spring Fling, Flowers


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1. Clawson Recognized

Mr. Clawson was selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction, a special program of the National Society of High School Scholars that honors educators worldwide. Congratulations, Mr. Clawson!

2. Spring Fling

Attention students there will be a Spring Fling dance March 12th in the High School gym from 7-10pm. This will be a semi-formal event. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale from March 7-11 in Mrs. Bushey’s room F312.

3. Flowers Sale

Roses are Red, Violets are Blue – The Trojan Florist wants to sell Valentine’s day flowers to you!  On sale outside of the cafeteria on Monday, February 14th during all lunches, floral design students will be selling single stem red roses for $2 and single stem carnations for $1.  Each stem purchase includes a complimentary card. Cash Only.


Penne Pasta in meat sauce, Warm Garlic Toast, Garden Salad, Sweet Corn, Fruit Cup or Fresh Fruit, and Milk


Still got love for the streets, reppin’ 213 (For life)

Rapped Dr. Dre during his set with Snoop Dogg, Dre’s mentee Eminem, the Queen of R&B hip-hop Mary J. Blige, and rap star Kendrick Lamar. It marked not only the first time hip-hop artists were the main performers for the halftime show

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The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinatti Bengals, 23-20, in Super Bowl LVI.

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Did you scan it?

(Yahoo!) – An ad for Coinbase simply featured a QR code slowly bouncing around the screen for nearly a minute with music playing in the background. This commercial deserved recognition for two reasons. One, because at one point the QR code hit perfectly in the corner. And two, because so many people scanned the code that the app crashed. Viewers found the irony of spending millions on a Super Bowl ad but not doing enough to keep the site from crashing pretty funny.