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SPIRIT DAY permission forms and planned absences are due today! It is a first come first serve basis and the spots are filling up fast! Don’t miss out!

All students who are registered to take an AP exam must attend a pre-administration session. Two additional sessions have been added, Thursday at the start of lunch and Friday at the start of lunch, all in the Lit Center. You can check the list on the student service window if you need to confirm that you are registered.

If you have an interest in becoming a 2018-19 JMM Cheerleader be sure to attend an informational meeting today at 4:00 pm in Room 500. If you have questions stop by the Athletic Office.

The spring blood drive will be held on April 12th. All students 16 and older are encouraged to donate. There are options to sign up through the Red Cross website, find a HOSA member for more information or sign up during lunch through the Wednesday in the A Wing Foyer.

Donate to the JMM Band while dining at Culver’s tonight from 4:00 to 8:00 pm; a portion of your dining proceeds will be donated to Memorial.

It’s Food Truck time! The Food Truck will be stopping by during lunch on Wednesday with fresh and local food. The menu for Wednesday is a Cuban rice bowl with sweet potato or garlic-lime chicken and black beans. Items are available with your lunch account as this counts as a school meal.

If you are interested in learning more about sexual assault awareness and becoming an advocate, or just want to watch a documentary with snacks provided, come to the Teal Ribbon Club today during lunch, Room 804.

If you would like to support local food pantries and enjoy a yummy treat for breakfast, be sure to stop at the Canstruction bake sale in the A wing foyer on Wednesday before school.

If you wonder what a sanctuary city is and wonder what is going on with DACA, stop in the Library during lunch today to hear Aissa Olivarez, immigration attorney with the Community Law Center. She will share her experience working with immigrants in Madison and provide context for what immigration looks like today in Wisconsin.