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WSCN Daily Update - Monday, October 23rd, 2017

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LAST UPDATED October 23rd, 2017

For all students who have expressed interest in the poetry night on November 29th--There will be a meeting after school on Wednesday October 24th from 2:45-3:45 in room 2200. Please bring ideas, poetry, and an interested friend. If you would like more information, see Mr. Sutton in room 2200 anytime during 5th period.
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HPAC will be meeting in the library Tuesday October 24 right after school. You will be discussing your project ideas and the November trip to YSU. Once again, HPAC members, be in the library TOMORROW after school! See Mrs. Pace if you have questions.
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There are several exciting opportunities upcoming for students heading to college! The Cleveland Institute of Art, the Columbus College of Art and several other leading art schools from across the country will be at National Portfolio Day on November 19th. If you're an artist and want to register, go to nationalportfoliodayatmica.eventbrite.com...
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....also, YSU Crash Day is coming on November 3rd or November 17th. This is an all day event where students can tour the YSU campus. To register, head to crash.ysu.edu...
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....last but not least, University of Pittsburgh is holding Blue and Gold Days on November 4th and November 11th. To register for these awesome campus tours, go to oafa.pitt.edu/visit or call (412)624-7717. Pitt has MANY great opportunities--don't MISS OUT!
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Citizenship and our country has been on everyone's minds recently. Hiram College is hosting a contest for writers in grades 10 and 11 and it centers around the theme of Citizenship and what it means. You could win $200 AND if you enroll in Hiram after high school, $4,000 in scholarships. For more info, go to www.hiram.edu/emergingwriterscontest. Go apply NOW!
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