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Book Fair Goal Achieved: Mr. Jameson Rides Unicycle

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Albion students had a real treat last Thursday, November 19th, when Mr. Jameson dressed up like a clown and rode up and down the Commons on a unicycle--without falling! Click here to watch the video. Why did he do it? Because we reached our goal and ‪sold over $4900 in books and merchandise at the recent Albion Book Fair. We were able to buy $660 in books for the library and receive $850 in cash profits which will be used for book club, the summer reading program, reading incentives, and library collection development. Thanks for supporting our Book Fair and thanks to Mr. Jameson for being such a good sport!

Toys for Tots Drive a Success!

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We just finished our Toys for Tots Drive last week, and it was quite a success! The drive was sponsored by Albion's Student Body Officers. We raised over 400 toys and gifts for less fortunate families from around the state of Utah. We had a competition between the grades and our students worked really hard. Our sixth grade students ended up winning with a total of 167 toys. Thanks for all the support and help by students and parents! The picture shows the toys being picked up by the Marine Corps.

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Albion Receives Grant for Art Program

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Congratulations to Jenni Perkins, Jamie Workman, Lindsay Christensen (formerly Pearmain), and Melissa Niskala who were recently awarded a $10,000 grant from the Canyons Education Foundation. The money will be used to purchase two mini iPad labs of 20 each in order to enhance our Arts programs and increase student learning. Supt. Briscoe and members of the Foundation came to Albion to award the grant.

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Albion Finishes Strong at 10/29 Debate Tournament

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The Albion debate team dominated their first debate tournament of the year! The tournament took place on October 29th at Mount Jordan Middle School. The top 20% in every event were recognized with awards.
Varsity Policy Debate: Noah Walker and Alex Duncan won 3rd place.
Novice Policy Debate:
2nd Place- Iris Tang and Brooklyn Stromberg
5th Place- Tabby Barnhart and Leah Pittman
7th Place- Alec Arrambide and Anthony Elbel
8th Place- Zach Adams and Christian Fawson
9th Place- Sydney Schmidt and Anna Mitchell
Novice Lincoln-Douglas Debate:
2nd Place- Ryder Jordin
3rd Place- Makayla Dotson
3rd Place Speaker Award- Jordan Luke
Novice Oratory Speaking:
1st Place- Thomas Powley
2nd Place- Aiden Christesen
8th Place- Jack Grimm
Varsity Extemporaneous Speaking:
1st Place- Ethan Rajagopal-Switzer
2nd Place- Tate Silcox
Novice Extemporaneous Speaking:
1st Place- Brandon Hassell
2nd Place- Anthony Tai 

Debate Winners 10 29 15 2 Click on photo to enlarge