Thursday, October 23, 2008
I've got better things to do than drugs!
Students should dress up professionally, NO BLUE JEANS!
Tuesday, October 28th
Drugs give you the blues!
Students may wear the color blue
Wednesday, October 29th
Catch the wave! Don't do drugs!
Floral shirts or Hawaiian shirts
Thursday, October 30th
Like, Totally Awesome! Drug Free!
Students may wear 80s clothing
Friday, October 31st
Stay in the Game! Be Drug Free!
Students may wear a team jersey
Door Decorating Contest:
Homeroom classes may decorate their doors with anti-drug and anti-alcohol themes.
The winners will have a movie, popcorn party!
Thursday, October 16, 2008
The Zora Ellis Jr. High Builders Club now has a blog that is ran and updated by the students. They will be conducting several activities that involve donations throughout the year, and are always thankful when the community can get involved. Stop by and check out this site to stay updated on the club, and find out the many things they are involved in so you can help too.
"Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something." Author Unknown
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
The moon is rising, the chilly fog is creeping along the ground and we're searching through the graveyard for original ghost stories. The best of the submissions will be published in the Your Life section of the Anniston Star on Oct. 26th.
Here are the rules:
- All stories must be original and cannot have appeared in any book or publication
- Stories should be about 600 words
- Stories should be typed double-spaced with Microsoft Word.
All entries must be accompanied by a cover sheet containing the following:
- Title of story
- Your name
- Home phone number
- E-mail address
- Division (Middle school)
- School grade, teacher's first and last name, and your age
All entries must be given to Mrs. Adams, in the library, no later than Oct. 16th!
A $25 gift certificate from the Quintard Mall will be awarded to each story that is selected to be published!