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MHS soccer to sponsor Dippin Dots fundraiser

The Mattoon High School soccer team will be hosting a fundraiser for Lance Thorne.  Dippin' Dots ice cream will be $5 per package.  The flavors are:  banana split, chocolate, cookies and creme, rainbow, pop rock, birthday cake, cookie dough, cotton candy.   The fundraiser events are scheduled at the Mattoon versus Charleston game at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 26 and the . . .

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Rotary presents books to kindergarten students

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Pictured Philip Kepp, president, Mattoon Rotary, presents a copy of the book “We are in A Book,” by Mo Willems to Christy Hild, director, student services, at Mattoon school board meeting Sept. 10, 2019.  With the help of a special Rotary District Grant, the Mattoon Rotary will distribute copies of the book to every kindergarten student in Mattoon Community Unit School District 2 and the local parochial schools. . . .

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MMS Parent Pack to Meet Sept. 19

The Mattoon Middle School Parent Pack will meet at 6 p.m. Sept. 19 in the MMS cafeteria.

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Mattoon Police Union donates funds

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John Hedges, president of Mattoon Police Union, center, Brandon Saunders, far left, treasurer of Mattoon Police Union, present a check for $5,000 to Larry Lilly, superintendent, Mattoon Community Unit School District 2.  Hedges said the funds were from the Mattoon Police Union. The union was looking for ways to support the Mattoon community so they decided to support students and teachers.  Teachers will apply for grants for . . .

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Foundation awards funding to eight projects

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Amanda Lessley, president/CEO, Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation, pictured center, announced the winners of four family engagement mini-grants and four community engagement mini-grants through the Mattoon Foundation for Academic Excellence Fund.  The grant winners were announced during the Sept. 10, 2019 Mattoon school board meeting.  Several of the winners are pictured from left to right:  Christy Hild, . . .

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Walk or run in the Broadway Bolt; sign up online

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The Broadway Bolt, Mattoon Invitational Cross Country Meet, Homecoming Parade and free concert from the Mattoon Community Concert Band are all scheduled Sept. 25.  Sign up to run or walk in the Broadway Bolt at the following link.  The course ends at Peterson Park so all participants will be able to view the parade:       https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Mattoon/BroadwayBolt The following is a . . .

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McElroy emphasizes making good choices

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Former Pro football player, Ray McElroy spoke to Mattoon Middle School students Sept. 10, 2019 about making good choices. He emphasized, “you are not born a winner or a loser, you are born a chooser.” He encouraged students to choose wisely what they put in their life, because too many bad choices may slow you down.

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Upcoming events for MHS seniors

SEPTEMBER          Sept. 12-Senior Parent Forum at 6-MHS cafeteria           Sept. 16-Financial Aid Night hosted by LLC at 6 pm-MHS    cafeteria          LLC will provide information about the Financial Aid process, if you are not planning on . . .

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WES selling discount cards

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Arland D. Wiliams Jr. Elementary School is selling dscount cards as a fundraiser.  Click the links to view more information: Fundraiser Explanation 2019 List of card participants 2019

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Franklin Preschool's September 2019 Newsletter

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Click the thumbnails or the link to view Franklin Preschool's September 2019 newsletter: Franklin Preschool Newsletter September 2019

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