Mustang News | September 14, 2020

Mustangs News


If you want to make a difference on campus and lend your voice and actions to leadership maybe it’s time to claim your spot in the various student council organisations on campus. For high schoolers your deadline to apply is September 16. Check your inbox for the e mail with the application. The purpose of this organisation made up of elected students, voted on by their peers is- To provide a voice in promoting and enriching student activities and student life at school. Before you apply make sure you are eligible and meet the requirements. If you have questions, email MS. Agha. For the Middle school Student Council the deadline is September 14th, questions…email Mrs. Beach. While for Elementary it is September 13th. Students in 3rd to 5th grade are eligible to run for student council. If you have any questions you can reach out to Mrs. Lyle.


Now for a volleyball update: The lady mustangs are now showing their opponents just what they are made of as they face off against Holy Spirit Prep, Johnson Ferry Christian and Atlanta Girls Academy in both home and away games. In news of cross country the first meet of the season took place last saturday in Cumming and the Mustang runners had two in the top ten in the middle school girls group. The next meet will be on September 26th once again in Cumming, Georgia. The winter lineup is out and Coaches Ayers and Uduk continue to ensure the safety of all athletes during training and games with temperature checks, safe distancing, mask wearing and frequent sanitization of hands and equipment.


As our fellow students continue to be phased in we say welcome to some of our middle schoolers. Remember, students cannot enter the building before 7:25. If you are early please wait in your cars. Once you enter the building you will head directly to your homeroom class. Make sure you come to school with a refillable water bottle, lunch and all your supplies. Parents you will not be able drop off lunch and other items like before in pre Covid times.



FSA’s NHS & NJHS is stepping up to lend a hand to our sister school in the Bahamas. Following the onslaught of hurricane ISs-sah-eee (isaisas) and the need for virtual school there is a need for electronic devices for virtual learning. The student leadership group is collecting working laptops, tablets and phones. You can drop off in morning carpool and have until Sept 25th to make a donation during school hours. If you have questions contact Mrs. Carmona or Mr. Surrett –Lemes.

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