Monday<br /><ul><li> Chicken Patty Sandwich | Potato Rounds | Pizza | Cold Sandwich
 Green Bean | Salad | FreshVeggies w/ Dip
 Fruit- canned, fresh or juice
 Honey Wheat Roll | Milk</li></ul>Tuesday<br /><ul><li> Frank on Bun / Corndog Baked Beans |Pizza | Cold Sandwich
 Tossed Salad w/ Dressing | Salad
 Fruit- Canned, Fresh or Juice
 Roll | Milk | Pudding Cup</li></ul>Wednesday<br /><ul><li>Ribequeon Bun | Oven Fries | Pizza | Cold Sandwich
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  2. 2. Monday<br /><ul><li> Chicken Patty Sandwich | Potato Rounds | Pizza | Cold Sandwich
  3. 3. Green Bean | Salad | FreshVeggies w/ Dip
  4. 4. Fruit- canned, fresh or juice
  5. 5. Honey Wheat Roll | Milk</li></ul>Tuesday<br /><ul><li> Frank on Bun / Corndog Baked Beans |Pizza | Cold Sandwich
  6. 6. Tossed Salad w/ Dressing | Salad
  7. 7. Fruit- Canned, Fresh or Juice
  8. 8. Roll | Milk | Pudding Cup</li></ul>Wednesday<br /><ul><li>Ribequeon Bun | Oven Fries | Pizza | Cold Sandwich
  9. 9. Seasoned Broccoli | Salad | Leafy Green Salad
  10. 10. Selection Fruit- canned, fresh or juice
  11. 11. Biscuit | Milk</li></ul>Thursday<br /><ul><li> Teriyaki Beef Dippers (6) | Broccoli Normandy | Pizza | Cold Sandwich
  12. 12. Mandarin Orange Salad w/ Dressing
  13. 13. Salad Fruit- canned, fresh or juice
  14. 14. Roll | Rice & Gravy | Milk | Cookie or Cake w/ Frosting</li></ul>Friday<br /><ul><li> Chicken Nuggets | Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy | Pizza | Cold Sandwich
  15. 15. Sliced Carrots | Salad | Mixed Salad w/ Dressing
  16. 16. Selection Fruit- canned, fresh or juice
  17. 17. Honey Wheat Roll | Milk</li></li></ul><li>Ms. J. Hamilton – August 27, 2009<br />Senior AP English | Literary Club | A.V.I.D<br />Mr. M. Jackson – September 12, 2009<br />Sophomore Chemistry | Drama Club<br />Ms. J. Simpson – September 15, 2009<br />Advanced Reading | Physical Education<br />Mr. S. Thompson (Mr. Orange) – September 28, 2009<br />Janitorial Services | Maintenance <br />Ms. B. Haven – October 31, 2009<br />Administrative Assistant<br />
  18. 18. Gerard James Butler<br />Winner of the Class A 160 lb Title for 2009<br />Gregory House<br />Recipient of the Siemens Westinghouse Science and Technology Scholarship<br />Officially accepted at Northwestern University<br />Ms. C. Handler<br />Recipient of the Ciba Foundation Exemplary High School Science Teaching Award<br />Congratulations to the Senior Fencing Team for the victory against Mondego Academy!<br />
  19. 19. Senior High Honors<br />2008 – 2009 School Year<br />Ivan J. Alcantara<br />Giovanni Banks<br />Dylan H. Barnhill<br />Samantha L. Berthod<br />Justin D. Blanchette<br />Sade R. Boyd<br />Lorena Bracamonte<br />Eric A. Brodin<br />JazminM. Brown <br />Brenton N. Brozyna<br />Daniel A. Cornish<br />Juan C. Davis<br />Zachary Fabre<br />Alexandra Guzman<br />Eric H. Hayden<br />James W. Heikkinen<br />Deidre L. Herdman<br />EirynL. Hernandez<br />Felicia H. Herren<br />Mahogany V. Johnson<br />Dustin M. Klein<br />Junior High Honors<br />2008 – 2009 School Year<br />ClancieJ. Agee<br />Fabian Aguilar<br />Joshua A. Alameda<br />Jacob S. Anderson<br />Kate Andrews<br />Gabriel A. Arcoleo<br />Jennifer Argueta<br />Alexandria J. Bell<br />Mikaela R. Bozzo<br />Nestor Cabrera<br />John M. Cailotto<br />AlyciaL. Carrillo<br />Crystal Castillo<br />Brian Cerney<br />Susana Cervantes<br />Juan Chavez<br />Derek L. Christianson<br />Logan M. Christianson<br />Ryan E Christie<br />Neil Clements<br />Travis N. Cooty<br />Chelsey Blue<br />ConradaCardona<br />Tony Chour<br />Annika Cunningham<br />Nell GianDangcil<br />Carlos Esquivel<br />Brandon Fansher<br />JeanaHelmick<br />Katelyne Herrington<br />Akayla Hidalgo<br />Zachary Hunt<br />Adam Ju<br />Jenna Kanegawa<br />AdiveKheidi<br />Cal Kielhold<br />Karissa Kiriu<br />Isabella Langone<br />Derek Leale<br />Angel Menjivar-Garcia<br />Melissa Moreno<br />Trong Nguyen<br />Morgan B. Klewin<br />Marc S. Lamoureux<br />Seth A. Matteson<br />Wyatt J. Metayer<br />Paul A. Mineau<br />Travis N. Moody<br />Lucas R. Mordick<br />Cristina Oliver-Garcia<br />Christopher E. Pancaro<br />Matthew R. Paul<br />Nickelous G. Pauly,<br />Jasmine S. Rivera <br />Jennifer M. Rogers<br />Taylor M. Salva<br />Jose M. Serrano<br />Jeffrey J. Smith<br />Andrew J. Storen<br />Gregory P. Sugar<br />Aisha K. Taylor<br />Michelle M. Torres<br />Leslie A. Torruella<br />
  20. 20. There are countless activities designed to entertain and enrich life at Monte Cristo beyond the classroom, the library, and the labs. <br />While participation in athletics is required for all students, Monte Cristo offers many options for our diverse student body. Students can hone their competitive skills with intramural basketball, soccer, Frisbee, or tennis; find their inner Zen in yoga class; develop their stamina in spinning class; feed their inner artist through dance workouts; or explore the great outdoors while scaling the peaks of New England in Search and Rescue. <br />Monte Cristo also has more than 100 student-run clubs and organizations that range from Eco-Action, whose members promote environmental awareness, to The Dantes, Monte Cristo ‘s male a capella singing group. Students can also join the staffs of a number of publications, including the student-run newspaper The Phillipian or Potpourri, the student yearbook. <br />The Monte Cristo Arts Academy Model UN, the largest student club with more than 150 active members, is the perfect example of how fun facilitates education. Students assume the role of a nation&apos;s delegate, research their country, and participate in competitions around the country, all while learning about foreign policy and international relations. If by chance a club of interest doesn&apos;t already exist, students can create one-such as the recently formed Cryptology Club and the Monte Cristo Language Mentors and Scholars (MCLMS).<br />
  21. 21. Pep-Rally Schedule 2009-2010<br />August 29, September 19, September 26, October 10, October 317:40 – 8:00 Teachers Available in Classrooms8:05 – 8:54       1st Period9:00 – 10:34     2nd/3rd Period10:40 – 12:54    4th/5th Period• 10:40 – 11:10 A Lunch • 11:15 – 11:45 B Lunch • 11:50 – 12:20 C Lunch • 12:25 – 12:54 D Lunch 1:00 – 1:54       6th/7th Period2:00-2:50         8th period (HC Pep Rally begins at 2:45)2:50 – 3:30       Pep Rally<br />
  22. 22. Date Opponent Site Time <br />August 22 Danglars MCAA 6:45 <br />August 28 MondegoMondego 6:45 <br />September 5 Desmonde Away 7:00 <br />September 12 Villeforte MCAA 7:30 <br />September 26 Mercedes Away 7:30 <br />October 3 Caderousse MCAA 7:30<br />October 10 Cavalcanti Away 7:30<br />October 17 Zaccone Mercedes 7:30 <br />October 31 Morrel MCAA 7:30   <br />November 7 RenaudRenaud 7:30  <br />

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