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Monday, March 20, 2017

posted Mar 20, 2017, 5:50 AM by Jodi Quinn   [ updated Mar 20, 2017, 11:25 AM ]
School Closed for Students on Friday, March 25:  School will be closed for students on Friday, March 25, to allow teachers to participate in professional development.   
Special Guest Speakers this Week!  The Hazen SADD group has invited a special guest speaker, David Flood, to speak to students about school culture, respect and dignity on Tuesday, March 21, and the Stand Up group will represent "Raise Your Voice" on Thursday, March 23.  
Dance on Thursday, March 24! Students are invited to shake off winter for a good cause at a dance to benefit the Friends for A_Dog Foundation on Thursday, March 24, from 7 to 10 PM in the Hazen Gym.  "DJ Mastodon" will provide the entertainment and admission is only $5!  Students wishing to bring a guest must sign them up in the Principal's Office before the end of school on Tuesday, March 22. 
Senior Class Pie Breakfast this Saturday has been cancelled!    The seniors will be scheduling another event soon.
A La Carte items now available in the Hazen Cafeteria!  The Hazen Cafeteria will soon be offering some entrees, healthy snack items and beverages for purchase individually.  A la carte items will be cash sales only or paid for by funds on student account......students may not charge a la carte items.  
Summer 20017 Chinese Cultural Camp.. BECOME A HOST FAMILY OR STUDENT AMBASSADOR!!  The Chinese Cultural Camp is being held in Hardwick this summer and we are looking for host families.  This is a wonderful opportunity for cultural exchange.  Chinese students will be here for approximately 11 days.  Exact dates will be known in the next month, but the 11 days will happen during a three week window:  July 20- Aug. 10th.  There is a stipend for hosting and the program is a ton of fun!! Please contact Anna Crytzer if you're interested:  acrytzer@ossu.org or 802-525-4292.   
Students!  Are you interested in making international friends?  Does it sound like fun to spend a week and a half getting to know students from China?  If so.....check out our student ambassador program for the 2017 Chinese Cultural Camp.  The camp will be held at Hazen for 8 or 9 days near the end of July or beginning of August (official dates to come soon).  As a student ambassador you would get to come to the program daily, make friends with high school students from China, go on field trips, and earn community service hours.  This is a really fun program!  If you're interested, please see Anna Crytzer or Anja Pfeffer.  
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