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The September 2014 Issue is Out!

Welcome, Spartans, to another great year of student journalism at JMM Sword & Shield! Inside the September 2014 issue of the Sword & Shield, you’ll find a collection of exciting summer adventures, freshman survival tips, and an interview with Principal Affeldt. To read the September issue, simply click on “The September 2014 Issue” link under … Continue reading

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  • Note from the Editor: It’s an exciting time of year! Freshman are getting used to the confusing hallways, Teachers are just meeting their new students for the year, and Seniors are prepping for their college apps. Though the new school year brings on an onslaught of things to do, it’s important to remember to enjoy yourself. Do clubs you like and take classes that you’re legitimately interested in. Turn school into a place that you want to be at and look forward to everyday. Just remember that having fun is just as important as learning and we’ll have another great school year. And if the work seems to be overwhelming, just remember that countless others have braved the dangers of high school and we’re no different. I look forward to the coming school year and wish all the Seniors applying for college good luck! - Nathan Wang, September 2014   Nathan Wang is a senior and Editor-in-Chief of The Sword & Shield (more…)

Announcements

STUDENTS AND STAFF:
The 12th annual Memorial Holiday Art Fair runs this Thursday, Friday during regular school hours and Saturday from 10-2. It is a great outlet for lovely handmade objects of art. Join us in the Art Gallery...it will be a feast of artwork before your eyes!

Summit Credit Union is excited to announce the finalists for the Project Teen Money Scholarship Challenge. Congratulations to the finalists: Sylvan Gu, Tian-Tian He, Renee Kar-Johnson and Jorden Radloff. Please stop down to the Summit Credit Union branch at the beginning of lunch today for a surprise.

ALL students and teachers in need of scholarship information, please see Mrs. Brown by room 500 this week for information. She has over $500,000 worth of scholarships for your college expenses.

There will be a MANDATORY Science olympiad meeting Thursday morning at 8am in room 661.

Are you into graphic novels or superheroes? Comic Book Club will hold SUPERHERO MOVIE NIGHT today, afterschool in the literacy center. Pizza, soda, and snacks will be provided.

Attention creative writers and artists: Memorial's literary magazine is now accepting applications for its spring publication. Please see your English teacher, Ms. Guse or Mr. Walkner for more information.

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