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Wish Week

Wish Week is January 20-January 27

This year Mesa Middle School, along with other schools in the Douglas County Feeder area, are raising money for the Make A Wish Foundation and for Cory a 13 year old boy battling Cerebral Venous Thrombosis.  Our goal is to raise $5000 to help make Cory's wish come true.  Each bear team will be raising money within their team and have individual prizes for the winning class.  The overall team winner for the school will win an ice cream party.

This is an exciting time at Mesa and we will have lots of events over the next week.  

Friday, January 20  Wish Week Kick off Assembly - during the school day
Friday, January 20 Movie night at Mesa - Finding Dory 5:00-7:00, entrance is free, money raised selling concessions goes toward our fundraising.  Bring a comfy chair, families are welcome.
Monday, January 23 - Jersey Day, Wish Week T-shirts go on sale during lunch, $10.00, Wish Week night at Sonic
Tuesday, January 24 - Superhero Day,  Wish Week night at Tokyo Joe's
Wednesday, January 25 - PJ Day, Wish Week night at Chick - Fil - A
Thursday, January 26 - Disney Day, Wish Week night at Lost Coffee
Friday, January 27 - Red Out, wear your Wish Week T-shirts, Wish Week night at Kneaders

January 19, 2017 | By rkyoung1 | Category: Mesa Middle School

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