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  1. Friday, November 4th, 2011 Brought to you by eMERGE

  2. Happy Birthday! Alexandria DunnRyan KelleyMathew Rowe 13

  3. Happy Weekend Birthday! Adrian GriffinBenjamin HurstChristine NguyenAshlan DavisAddision PrattAlexa RomersaAubre Scott 13

  4. MLK Clubs

  5. Scrabble Club By popular request, Scrabble club is now on Wednesday! If you like word games, come to Mrs. Jarrell's room during lunch on Wednesday. Complete novices welcome! See Joseph Laposata or Mrs. Jarrell for more details. 13

  6. Pizza and Politics • 1st and 3rd Friday • Turnmire's Room (2NW) • Contact Rachael Junard or Turnmire for more info. 13

  7. Gay Straight Alliance • Tuesdays at lunch • GoForth (10NW) • We have food! • ALL grades are welcome 13


  9. Volunteer with Girls United Are you a junior or senior girl interested in mentoring middle-school aged girls on topics like healthy body image, relationships and self-confidence? Come volunteer with a new nonprofit, Girls United! Talk to Mrs. Williams or email us at for more information. 13

  10. Organization for World Travelers Club for Middle through High School to provide students a fun and interesting way to learn and share about travels.  We will host celebrations and cultural events. Meets Mondays during lunch in Mrs. Sloan’s room- 18NW 13

  11. Mini-Comic Club • Meets every Wednesday and every other Friday in 18NW during lunch! • This club is for artists who want to sharpen their drawing skills and create comics!! Students of all grades are welcome! 13

  12. National French Week Tuesday 8th: "La Cuisine." (1) French Breakfast for Administration; (2) Lunch featuring regional French cuisine. Weds 9th: Science, Technology and Careers. Trivia contest during lunch. Watch for posters of famous French scientists displayed in and around your teachers' rooms. All questions will be taken from these posters. Note: no computers or reference tools of ANY kind will be allowed during the contest. 13

  13. National French Week Thurs 10th: Arts and Crafts. (1) Mime show in the lobby during lunch! (2) Bake Sale after school in lobby: please support FHS students in their fundraising for Doctors without Borders (crisis in Somalia). Coins will be collected for "Change for a change." Please contribute. Fri 11th: Sports, games and traditions. Guest speaker, a former MLK student, will present her studies in Strasbourg - during lunch. Anyone may attend. 13

  14. National French Week Mon 14th: Music and dance. MLK student will teach us a traditional French dance during lunch. Anyone may attend. Open to all MLK students: Watch the announcements each day for a "question du jour."  Write your answer to each question and give all five answers to Mme Weaver by on Monday Nov 14th. Winner will be drawn from those with five correct answers. No group entries allowed. 13

  15. Literary Magazine Are you a student in grades 7-12 who loves to write poetry, short stories, creative nonfiction or take photographs? Submit your work to the MLK Literary Magazine in one of the colorful boxes in your English classroom! The theme is 'Transformation.' 13

  16. MLK Sports

  17. Student Resources

  18. ACT/SAT • An ACT/SAT bootcamp has started at Nashville OIC. • Please come to Guidance to sign up 13

  19. TISL Opportunity Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature Page Program Dates: November 17-20 (Thursday-Sunday) 9-12th graders Please see Catherine Caffey or email for more information 13

  20. Tutoring Vanderbilt Students Tutoring after school Where: Mrs. Donovan's classroom (Rm 300) Time: 3-4pm Days: • Monday- English, Spanish, Math, and Science • Tuesday- Social Studies, Math, and Science 13

  21. Spanish Tutoring Spanish 1 tutoring during lunch on Tuesdays. See Ms. Sloan! 13

  22. Attention! Students are reminded to stay on school grounds following dismissal. The park may not be a safe option. 13