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BATTLE RISING: Students engage in February events

Monday, February 17, 2014 | 4:54 p.m. CST; updated 7:02 a.m. CST, Tuesday, February 18, 2014
In the month of February students and staff at Battle High School prepared for its first courtwarming dance, hosted a cheer clinic and lost a basketball game to Fr. Tolton High School. Students turned out to shoot in league trap play one snowy Sunday, and AP art students developed their talents at watercolor painting in school. At night lead custodian, Deanna Maggine, scrubs the marks of the day away to prepare for the next morning.

COLUMBIA — In the month of February students and staff at Battle High School prepared for its first courtwarming dance, hosted a cheer clinic and lost a basketball game to Fr. Tolton High School.

Students turned out to shoot in league trap play one snowy Sunday, and AP art students developed their talents at watercolor painting in school.

At night, lead custodian, Deanna Maggine, scrubs the marks of the day away to prepare for the next morning.

 

 


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