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Thursday, December 7
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Calling all singers, dancers, and actors! Want to be a star? Audition for the Spring Musical "The Boy Friend" and make your dreams come true! No experience needed, don't be scared, just show up in the auditorium today at 2:00 for auditions. All are welcome, the process is easy, and we welcome new people! Join the fun and be a star! Dr. Di

Who wants to help the Lord? Who wants to do God's work? Well, of course, it's THE GOD SQUAD!! "God Squad, God Squad, calling all members of the God Squad." We need to put our shoulders to the grindstone TOMORROW, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, to help set up the Lord's Kingdom here in the Montini gym. Come one, come all – it's inconceivable how good you'll feel after you help out!!!! See you at 7AM -- Remember, Jesus loves you!

Baking Club: Our next Baking Club meeting will be Tuesday, Dec. 12 in DeLa Salle Hall. If you would like to bake with us please drop off your $1 by Monday. See Mrs. Davis for more information.

Your Hour of Code word-for-the-day is: Compiler. A compiler is a computer program that transforms code written in a high-level programming language into machine code meant for a computer's processor or a virtual machine. A high-level programming language uses English words and symbols that make it much easier for humans to create code. The compiler reviews each line of code that the human has typed several times and with each pass finds syntax errors and other issues on its way to outputting code that will run on the intended processor or system. This machine code is sometimes called a Binary because it is simplified down to binary or hexadecimal instructions that a computer can process and respond to directly. The first compiler was written by Grace Hopper, in 1952, for the A-0 System language which ran on the gigantic UNIVAC 1 computer. The term compiler was actually coined by Admiral Hopper. She was a true pioneer of computer programming who led the creation of multiple computer languages and compilers. Our resident programming expert, Mr. Briggs, was lucky enough to attend a talk by Grace Hopper once and had a chance to meet her.

Lasallian Youth! We will be meeting tomorrow after school in Room 205. We'll see you there!

There will be a brief Spring Break Habitat for Humanity informational meeting next Wednesday, December 13 after school in Room 205. Space is limited, so be sure to make the meeting! See Mr. Block for more information.

Attention All Students: Students are reminded of the following school policies:

#1) Parking Lot: The parking lot area is clearly marked with a 10 mile per hour speed limit, with a one way entrance and exit. The parking lot may not be used for any other activity than vehicle parking, entering, and exiting. Ball playing, loud or boisterous behavior, speeding, and loitering are not allowed. Students in violation of our parking lot rules are subject to disciplinary consequences.

#2) Ipads in the lunchroom: Ipads are not allowed in the cafeteria during the lunch periods. Please do NOT bring your ipad to lunch. Hiding your ipads in your folders, under your table, or under your chair is also not allowed. Students in violation of this policy will automatically receive a 1-hour detention.

Thank you for your cooperation!

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