Mustang Monitor – January 9th
Back at it Greetings,
Anticipating the first 5-day week of school in a good while. I think we’ll be OK as the temps are climbing. Activities are heating up as well so hear we go.
First, some Shout Outs:
Lady Mustang Basketball; #1 in 4A and #7 Overall for the time being. Great job ladies and coaches.
Katie Games continues her winning ways in swimming with another 1st place last week (before the pond froze). Great job girl and best wishes as the season continues.
Braden Quesinberry continues winning in wrestling. Best of luck at tournaments and matches work toward the state event in February.
The Mustang Choir will be presenting our National Anthem at a Crye-Leike conference in Little Rock Wednesday morning. Congrats to the group and director, Tori Beach for the honor and “sing purdy!”
Play continues this week in all winter sports. Best wishes all for success, good health and safe travels.
A special event is planned for Thursday, January 26; the Secondary Campus Open House. This evening, beginning at 6:00 pm, is geared to sharing CAC with any new student entering grade 6 – 12 next school year. It will primarily target those entering grade 6 – 8 with information, tours and testimonials. If you have friends or relatives who might be interested in CAC this would be a great time for them to consider our offerings. Contact Chad Tappe at extension 224 for additional information.
Other than the events on the Weekly Schedule, that wraps it up for the coming week. Do holler if we may be of help and we hope to see you around Mustang Mountain.
Doug Killgore, CMAA