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A reminder on Student Parking.  You may only park in the student lot if you purchased a parking permit, available to juniors and seniors only at this time.  All permit regulations must be adhered to; any deviation will result in a parking ticket.  Student parking is designated by white lines only, surrounding all three sides of the vehicle.  We also want to point out the new signage in the parking lot; the no parking signs on the south side of the hump and the one-way traffic pattern when leaving the parking lot. 

We have been notified by property management across the street on Gammon Road that several students have been using their parking lot; this includes the lot for Capital High.  Ticketing for illegal parking in their lots has begun. 

Attention all Freshmen!  If you are interested in running for class officer, pick up a nomination form in the any of the neighborhood offices.  Nomination forms must be completed and returned to the Wisconsin Office no later than Tuesday.  Elections will be held on Friday in your English class. 

Fall Speed and Strength will take place after school in the lower weight room on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, beginning next Tuesday.  See Mr. Frontier with questions. 

A representative from Oberlin College will be in Student Service on Tuesday at 9:00 am and a representative from Butler University will visit on October 11th at 9:00 am. 

The dinner program starts back today.  All Memorial students are welcome to join in the cafeteria Monday through Thursday through May, for a FREE dinner, served from 5:00 to 6:15 pm. 

All girls interested in playing basketball this winter should attend the informational meeting Wednesday at 6:30 pm in the Fox Study Center.  See Coach Flowers if you are interested but unable to attend. 

If you were an Art student last year and left your art work in the ceramic studio, you must pick up your items by Friday, September 13th.  If it is not picked up the art work will be given to a good home. 

Peer Partners lunch will begin next Thursday in the Fox Study Center.  If you have an interest in promoting inclusion at Memorial or are looking to make wonderful new friends, stop by the ‘Fishbowl’ for lunch every Thursday. 

Today kicks off the Coats for Kids campaign.  The MSCR Super Hero Club is teaming up with Channel 3 to support Coats for Kids!  Please drop off gently used hats, mittens, coats, boots and warm outerwear in the barrels located in the Main Office.  The Coats for Kids campaign runs through October 5th.  If you want to get involved with the Super Hero Club see Miss Roxanne in Room 764D. 

Latin Music Club starts Wednesday at lunch in the band room. 

If you like to read important books about contemporary social issues that increase your awareness of the world around you and meet new people from a variety of backgrounds, join the Social Justice Book Club.  The first meeting is Wednesday during lunch in Room 815.  See Ms. Mitchell if you have questions. 

Senior T-shirt forms are due Tuesday.  See Ms. Glaaser in Room 803 or a class officer for a form.  T-shirts are just $10.00.