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Registration Drop In Night!

Exeter Union High School Presents
ONE NIGHT ONLY
DROP IN REGISTRATION NIGHT!!
Monday, February 3, 2020
5:30 PM – 8:30 pm
EUHS CAFETERIA
• MEET ONE ON ONE WITH A COUNSELOR OR AP
• ACADEMIC COUNSELING/PLANNING
• GRADUATION REQUIREMENT REVIEW
• A-G COLLEGE ENTRANCE REVIEW
• CONVENIENT FOR PARENTS
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ALERT

Financial Literacy Workshops

January 29, 2020
Basic Banking 1:15- 2:45 pm
February 19, 2020
1:15 -2:45 pm
Saving & Credit
Financial Center Assistant manager Ashley McIntosh from Bank of America will provide information on understanding and managing your finances.
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Parenting, Media, and Everything In Between How to Help Kids Dodge Cigarette, Vaping, and Pot Marketing and Stay Smoke-Free

Whether or not you smoke cigarettes or support legalizing marijuana, you probably don't want your kids lighting up. But the rise of e-cigs, vaporizers like the Juul, and decriminalized pot may make your standard anti-smoking arguments -- "it causes cancer," "it's illegal" -- feel a little shaky. Add in celebrities posting pictures of themselves smoking various substances, and you might wonder: Is it possible to raise drug-free, smoke-free kids in the era of Smoking 2.0? Yes, but it helps to have a little ammunition.
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Winter Formal 2020

Roses are Red Monarchs are Blue, Exeter Wrestling invites you to this years Winter Formal "A Night to Remember Sweetheart Ball"
Tickets on sale starting January 13th -January 24th at Lunch only.
$15 a person $25 a couple
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Monarch Tutoring Center NOW OPEN

Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday's 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm EUHS Library
by Appointments Sign up on starting Friday November 1st in the Library.
Wednesdays are walk-ins 1:30 to 6:30 pm half hour appointments sign in, first come basis. We have all Core Subject available Math English, Spanish, Science and Social Science.
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Where Kids Find Hate Online

Hate speech is all over the internet. Fueled by trolls, extremists, false information, and a group mentality, this kind of cruelty against a religion, ethnicity, sexual identity, gender, race -- or anything, really -- has reached a fever pitch. And while some kids will be attacked, and some may be swept up in the powerful rhetoric, the vast majority of kids will be victims of everyday, casual exposure.
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