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GUIDANCE FAX NUMBER: 615-597-4143 


Motivational Video from Mike Smith...DIGITAL DETOX (Excellent!!!)



FOOTBALL:  Away - Macon County - 7:00 p.m.


Morning tutoring and homework help with Mr. Dixon Monday thru Friday 7:05 until 7:35. Also we will now have tutoring on Tuesday until December 6th starting next week with Mrs. Young.


Tiger Time Out - Thursday, September 29 - more info to follow


Homecoming 2016 Announcements


Monday: Camo or Patriotic Day (No "real" flags or rebel flag attire)

Tuesday: Color Wars (Seniors - blue; Juniors - orange; Sophomores - red; Freshmen - green)

Wednesday: Flashblack or Future (dress like the past or dress for the job you hope to have in the future)

Thursday: Mathletes vs Athletes (Bonfire at 7:00 p.m & Homecoming Dance)

Friday: Black, Gold & White; field competitions; parade and downtown pep rally; HOMECOMING GAME: DEKALB VS. SEQUATCHIE COUNTY


September 23 - Parade Registration Forms and $7

Due September 26 - Scavenger Hunt Videos Due from Class Presidents

September 27 - Door/Bulletin Board Judging

September 30 - Homecoming


FLOATS: Teachers: Each class must turn in a float supervision schedule to Mrs. Leslie Parsley or Mr. Todd Cantrell by Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. All float registration forms must be turned in to Mrs. Leslie Parsley or Mr. Todd Cantrell by Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. Float trailers may be delivered to shops on Monday, Sept. 26.

Homecoming Week: Monday through Thursday—The last class sponsors to leave the shop areas are responsible for properly closing down and locking up the shop areas. These teachers need to check with Mr. Caplinger or Mr. Whitefield for instructions.

Students: On Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 2:30 there will be a meeting in the auditorium for all students driving in the parade. On Friday, Sept. 30 (Homecoming Day), no one may park in the rear parking lots except float drivers and vehicles driving in the parade. Everyone else must park in the front parking area in an available parking spot. Also, ANYONE who parks next to the dumpster or in parking spaces 11 – 20 behind the band and Ag. rooms will need to park in the front lot in an available space.


Homecoming 2016 Door/Bulletin Board Contest has begun! Judging will be on Tuesday, September 27th and criteria include theme, originality, creativity, and appeal. Our opponents this year are the Sequatchie Indians. Teachers, entry forms are in your mailbox and must be returned by Friday, September 23rd to be eligible for judging.


Registration forms for the Homecoming parade can be picked up from Ms. Noe or Ms. Campbell before, between, or after classes only! Completed forms and $7 registration fee are due by Monday, September 23rd. YOU MUST SHOW a valid driver’s license, school parking permit, and proof of insurance for the vehicle you are driving in the parade. No more than 2 people in each car!


Senior formals and casuals for the yearbook will be made up Sept. 27. If you did not get your pictures taken, or if you were not satisfied with your pictures, you may get them made at this time.





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