5 Things, October 10: Last Chance to Order "Once a Knight, Always a Knight" #56 T-Shirts
Five Things You Need to Know Today: "Once a Knight, Always a Knight" T-Shirts; Stoughton High Class of 2015 Fundraiser; Stoughton Special Education Parent Advisory Council Meeting; and more...
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1. "Once a Knight, Always a Knight" #56 T-Shirts
Many Stoughton High students and fans wore black t-shirts with the number "56" on the front and "Once a Knight, Always a Knight" written on the back at last Friday's Homecoming football game against Foxborough in memory of Stoughton High senior David Wade who died following a tragic accident on Sept. 29.
If you would like to purchase one of these t-shirts, email SHS senior class co-advisor Tim Norton at firstname.lastname@example.org by this Thursday (Oct. 11).
T-shirts are $5 for size small through XL and are $7 for size XXL.
2. Stoughton High Class of 2015 Fundraiser at Five Guys
The Stoughton High Class of 2015 (current sophomores) will be holding a fundraiser at Five Guys Burgers & Fries at Cobbs Corner in Canton Wednesday, Oct. 10 from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m.
Five Guys will donate 10% of sales to the Class of 2015.
3. Stoughton Special Education Parent Advisory Council Meeting
The Stoughton Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SSEPAC; open to parents of children of all ages) is holding its first regular/business meeting of the 2012-13 school year Wednesday, Oct. 10. The meeting will be held at the Jones School at 6:30 p.m. in the Parent Information Center.
SSEPAC will begin its study of the continuum of special education services by focusing on the district’s mainstreaming/inclusion/resource room programs. The Administrator of Special Education, Heather Tucker, will be there to explain Stoughton special education programming and to answer questions.
4. Brown, Warren Round 3
Massachusetts U.S. Senate Candidates, Republican incumbent Scott Brown and Democrat Party challenger Elizabeth Warren will debate again Wednesday night, Oct. 10.
This third televised debate takes place in Springfield from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. It will not be shown on local Boston area TV stations, but if you are interested in watching the debate, it will be shown on NECN and C-SPAN, according to the website Mass Live.
Polls show this race to remain a "toss-up."
5. Looking Ahead: South Elementary School Pumpkin Patch
The South Elementary School will hold its fall Pumpkin Patch this Sunday, Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
There will be something for everyone at the fair including children’s games, an activity room, a bake sale and cake walk, raffles, auctions, vendor booths and more.