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Breaking news: Martin Luther King Day of Service has been postponed

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On account of the seriously cold, “school closure” range weather forecasted, the Martin Luther King Day of Service has been rescheduled to Friday, January 19. During all lunch periods, students will be able to write cards to Longwood students in the LMC Collaboration Center. Snacks will be provided.

This opportunity will be open to any students willing to write a couple cards of encouraging messages to the students at Longwood. 350 cards will be available to write. All the help will be greatly appreciated due to the short notice.

In the near future, students will have the opportunity to build benches for Longwood. Information on this will be communicated to those interested in helping when there are more details available.

Please reach out to Assistant Activities Director Heather Weisenburger with any further questions.

 

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Isabelle Leofanti is a junior and is in her second year on The Stampede as the headlines editor. She is on both the varsity soccer team and varsity swim team here at Metea Valley. In her limited free time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends and family, traveling, shopping, and reading. She is also actively involved in Captains Council, Filling Hearts With Hope, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Rho Kappa Social Studies Honors Society, and National English Honors Society.

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