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What You Should Learn (WYSL) Club TODAY at lunch in 421

Join a new club at Monte Vista focused on learning how to survive on our own in society. Members will learn how to do taxes, change a tire, cook a meal, and much more. Come to our first meeting on Thursday during lunch in room 421 for more information and free food. This club is sponsored by Ms. Krier and founded by Kitt Naughton, Bryan Jones, Allie Rouse, Kayla Mcpherson, Libby Nunan, Max Nunan, Jake Lee and Nick Eusebio

Posted by: Jodi McFarland Published:10/19/17
Audience: Homepage, Students and MVHS Club Presidents


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