Mustang Monitor – September 14th
Break in the weather Greetings……, again,
The atmosphere is much more pleasant, thanks to a wonderful cooling trend of late. Not quite chilly but a bit of crispness in the early morning air is refreshing. I hope this edition finds you well and happy.
As you can see from the schedule, a good bit of action this week with items of a wide variety. Some recaps and highlights.
First, a Shout Out to Mustang Flag Bearer, Bryan Wornock, who closed the receipt of his Eagle Scout with today’s Court of Honor. Great job, Bryan; we are proud of you! You can salute him on Friday as he presents the colors for Friday’s football game.
The Lady Mustang volleyball squads can continue their winning ways this week. The undefeated 7th grade squad will host on Monday while the 4-0 varsity version will play two conference games this week. Come on out to see them in action but you’ll need to travel as both games are away, Heber Springs and Clinton respectively Tuesday and Thursday. Best wishes to all for continued success!
Three nights of football action on Mustang Mountain with an encouraging weather outlook it should be a great week for gridiron action. We hope you can join us and support these games.
For the younger set, a couple of activities especially for elementary school students. On Saturday, the Drama Department’s Musical Theater Clinic is from 8:00 – 12:00 followed by the Elementary Cheer Clinic from 12:30 – 4:30. The Drama Club will rehearse the kids to prepare for a part in Tuesday’s Drama Club Talent Show. The varsity cheer squad will work with the kids in the afternoon in preparation for the Elementary Cheer Squad performance during halftime of the first home conference game on Friday, September 25. Some great opportunities to get the “youngers” involved with CAC opportunities. For Drama info, contact Jenna Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org; for the Cheer info, please contact Tori Beach, email@example.com. And thank YOU for your support of these great programs.
That’s a wrap for now until updates are appropriate. Thank you for your attention; you may now return to your Razorback Mourning activities. And, give us a shout if we can be of assistance, unless it’s with your mourning issues in which case…, I don’t see us providing much relief.
Doug Killgore, CMAA
Assistant Principal/Activities Director