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Today Celebrates: Cyber Monday and National Fritters Day!

Lunch for today includes: Mini Calzones with Marinara Dipping Sauce, Chicken Tenders with Roll, Baked Fries, Steamed Broccoli, Chilled Fruit, and Milk.

The Better Business Bureau is warning customers of scammers trying to bring in some cash this Cyber Monday. Cyber Monday is expected to bring even more sales than online Black Friday sales, which this year totaled to $7.4 million spent by consumers. The BBB says to watch out for false advertising and to keep a close eye on web addresses. Scammers love to create look-a-like websites. The goal is to get people to type in login credentials, so they can steal customers’ information. They also suggest for customers to keep their antivirus software up-to-date and to use credit cards to shop online. If any shady charges turn up later, customers can dispute them. Debit cards don’t offer the same protection.

Parade season is upon us! TONIGHT, the Pocomoke parade will begin at 7:00 pm, while on Thursday, December 5th, Berlin will host its parade beginning at 7:00 pm. Then on Saturday, December 7th, bundle up for the Ocean City Parade beginning at 11:00 pm. Rounding out the season, Snow Hill will host its parade on Monday, December 9th, starting at 7:00 pm. Good luck to all those participating in the parades this season!

Attention Connections members and Service Learning students. Connections’ annual Pajama Drive, collecting new children’s pajamas for the families of Diakonia for the holidays will take place from now until December 6. For every pair of Pajamas donated, a scholastic book will also be given to a child. Please drop off any Pajamas in Mrs. Chetelat’s room, A175.

Just a friendly reminder that the Creative Writing Cafe will NOT meet this week. We will once again meet next Thursday, December 12th. Please see Mr. Thompson with any questions.

The 2020 Seahawk yearbook is on sale for 75 dollars! Use code “cybermonday” at check out to save an additional 10 dollars! Only available TODAY!!

Decatur Nation! Continue to bring in those old markers for the Crayola ColorCycle recycling program. No matter the brand or kind, drop them in the recycle bin in the main office. Program runs until December 18. Again, recycle all plastic markers in the main office until December 18th.

There will be a Relay For Life Team meeting after school in the DNN studio. All are welcome to attend. If you are unable to attend, please see Mr. Thompson.

Get ready Decatur! The 2nd Annual Door Decorating Contest is about to begin. This will be a 4th period competition and the winning door will be rewarded with holiday cookies on December 20th! Begin thinking and working with your fourth period teacher so that we can deck the halls for the Holidays!

For Sports:

At 3:00 PM Unified Bowling competes at Ocean Lanes – departure at 3:00

At 4:00 PM Boys JV Basketball plays Cambridge South Dorchester in a scrimmage at home

At 5:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball battles Cambridge South Dorchester in a scrimmage at home

At 5:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball plays a scrimmage at Cambridge South Dorchester – dismissal at 1:45

Remember to base your decisions on the Decatur Way principles. Pride, Achievement, Respect, and Responsibility! Have a Magnificent Monday Decatur!