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Mustang Monitor: September 7

Cool and Comfortable Greetings,

The change in the weather certainly made this a splendid weekend. However, more summer appears to be on the horizon, albeit briefly.

We had a good week past and look forward to a busy week ahead. Let’s wrap up a bit that has occurred, not previously reported, based on what I’ve observed and/or has been reported.

We had some good tennis results at the end of the week. At a match in Arkadelphia the Mustang squad had good victories from Alex Hart and Ryan Dillard in doubles actions accompanied by singles wins by Bryan Kenley and Davis Rowan. Great job guys and best wishes for continued success!

The 8th, 9th, JV and Varsity volleyball squads all secured victories in action at Robinson High School last Thursday. Great job ladies and a good start to the season. Good luck as conference action continues.

Notice on the schedule, Tuesday marks Fall Sports Picture Day. Likely, all teams will be attired in their uniforms for team and, if requested, individual photos. If you have not received a picture photo envelope from your child, please contact the appropriate coach. Picture envelopes were distributed Thursday and Friday. Students should bring the order envelope with payment if you wish to order sports pictures.

Planning ahead, Friday’s varsity football game looks to be a great event. The Army will be in attendance at Robinson with information, activities and special events. To honor those who have and are serving in our military, special recognition will be given to those present. A combined presentation by the Mustang and Robinson bands will add some flair to the evening. Plan to arrive early to enjoy some special activities and stay for some great football action.

CAC Senior, Kate Gardner is one of three students featured in a Student Art Show being held at River City Coffee, 2913 Kavanaugh in Little Rock. Kate has several of her artworks on display and for purchase. Drop by some day or evening and support her work and the efforts of a couple of other high school ladies. And, it’s always time for coffee. Congratulations to Kate and we are proud of you!

Don’t forget, the Mustang Golf Scramble is Saturday, September 20. The shotgun start begins at 1:00 with lots of great prizes and the satisfaction of some fun to benefit a great cause. Play will be at The Country Club of Arkansas; contact Chad Tappe at extension 224 for more information.

That should do it for now; this will get you started. Stay tuned for additional details about activities at Friday’s game. Till then, be well, be happy and be there with the Mustangs are in action! Holler if we may be of help.

Doug Killgore, CMAA
Assistant Principal/Activities Director