JUDA PANTHERS WEEKLY ACTIVITIES
Friday October 28: No School
Saturday October 29: Girls Basketball Team Night 3:30-7:30 Teen Night 7-10
HAVE A GREAT WEEK WEEK!
This week we would like to recognize our directors Mrs. Amber Williams, Ms. Kim Becker, and Mr. Greg Smith. This team of directors was the same team that came together to direct Little Shop of Horrors two years ago. The directors have been working very hard to make this year’s show the best it can be. Tickets can be reserved in the Juda School Main Office: $8 for floor seating and $6 for bleacher seats. Performance dates are November 4 at 7:00 p.m., November 5 at 7:00 p.m., and November 6 at 2:00 p.m.
Juda FFA Chapter’s annual fruit sale will start on November 1, and packets will go out to FFA members that day. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school at (608)934-5251 or e-mail FFA advisor Ralph Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Math team practices are held during lunch on Thursdays for all freshmen and sophomores and during lunch on Fridays for all juniors and seniors. The UW-Platteville Math Meet will be held on Wednesday, November 2.
Any parents interested in helping with the musical, please contact Wendy Roth at the Juda School (608)934-5251, ext. 236.
Sugar skulls made by the Spanish Club are available for pre-order. Small sugar skulls are $1, and large sugar skulls are $2. They will be delivered to classes on Tuesday, November 1, Mexico’s Day of the Dead. Students are learning about the culture surrounding this holiday in their Spanish classes. On Monday, October 31, the classes will visit La Iguana in Juda. Carlos Olmedo sets up an authentic Day of the Dead altar every year in remembrance of those who have passed away. The Spanish classes will visit to learn more about the culture and customs of Mexico. Thank you to Carlos Olmedo for sharing this culture with the Spanish Club!
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