March 6 Dora School News
Published: Saturday, March 5th, 2005
Dora School News There is only one Monday school day scheduled for March 14. So, unless we have a big snow, that should be the last Monday school day. March arrived calm as a lamb, so it could go out like a lion. We can be sure the nice balmy days aren’t here to stay yet. FFA March Schedule Monday: Land and Homesite, 9-1 p.m. and Pasture 4-7 p.m. Tuesday: Crops and Dairy Foods practice, 4-7 p.m. Thursday: Wool practice, 4-7 p.m. Friday: Ag Mech practice, 5-8 p.m. Saturday: Judging contest at Moriarity, leave at 3:00 a.m. Sunday: Dairy practice, 1-5 p.m. Miscellaneous • A University of New Mexico representative will be in Dora Thursday at 11 a.m. • Report cards will go out Friday. • School board will meet March 14 at the regular time. March birthdays Elementary: Layni Breshears 3/2; Jeremy Banning 3/4; Katalina Loewen 3/5; Marty Teston 3/6; Jaci Roberts 3/13; Sarah Banning 3/14; Maggie Land 3/14; Sammy Watson 3/16. High School: Jeanette Rodriquez 3/3; Iyesha Pareo 3/3; Montana Lee 3/5; Melissa Mapp 3/6; Hugo Gonzales 3/7; Jonathan Mignard 3/9. Happy birthday to all. Hospitalized A former kindergarten student of Dora is pretty ill in the Lakeland Hospital in Florida. She is Loretta Dicus’ granddaughter, Ashley. She is in fourth grade now. Business Professionals of America On Wednesday the BPA Regionals are in Albuquerque and run through Saturday. The BPA luncheon seemed to be a big success Sunday in the School Cafeteria. There were a lot of people present to enjoy the feast. There will be a full report next week. Trivia Last week’s answer: A unit of information eight bits long is called a “byte”. This week’s question: What was given its special day of defense in court on March 2, 2005, and by whom was it represented in Federal Court?
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