5-8th Grade cross country team will run their last meet of the year on Oct 24th at ULM for the La State Championships.
Varsity cross country team will run its next meet at Lakeside HS in Sibley, La on Oct 31.
There will be a meeting for all boys’ varsity soccer players and their parents on Tuesday, October 20th at 6:00PM in Mrs. Miller’s room. At least one parent must attend this meeting.
There is no MS Soccer game today but there will be practice.
Senior Class, Snacks at break on Tuesday, October 20th to celebrate those seniors who had birthdays in September and October.
Baylor University will here during break to visit with all interested high school students.
There will be a 10 minute Sophomore Class Officer meeting in Mrs. Aaen’s room at break TODAY! Come as soon as the bell rings!
The high school FCA will be hosting another 5th quarter event after the football game tonight. They will be meeting right after the game in the cafeteria for nachos and a devo then head back to the football field for ultimate frisbee so come hungry and bring your running shoes.
BIRTHDAYS TODAY: LUNCH TODAY: LUNCH TOMORROW:
Marissa Gibson Pizza
The Lord replied, “My Presence will go with you, and I will give you rest.”
DEVO for the Day
Jesus Calling – Everywhere you go, I go. Nothing can separate you from My Love. I love you so much that I even gave My Life for you. You can trust Me to take care of you.
Sometimes, though, when you aren’t really focusing on Me, you start to rehearse and practice your problems – going over them again and again in your mind. What will you do about that grade, this friendship, or that temptation? You start to feel alone and worried. Then you try to fix it yourself.
But you are never alone, because My Presence goes with you wherever you go. There is no need to worry, and you don’t have to fix anything by yourself. Bring your problems to Me. In My Presence, many problems simply vanish, and others become much easier to handle.
Don’t practice your problems; practice bringing your problems to Me.
READ: Romans 8:38-39