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Top story briefs
December 2003, Volume 7, No. 2
Updated: January 23, 2004
A quick description of this month's top stories
CARTOONS!!
Tagging incident

    Peacock students have patentable ideas
    On Tuesday, November 25, 2003, Peacock's eighth grade class held a highly successful "Invention Convention." Each eighth grader made an invention that he felt would impact society. They presented their inventions to their teachers, classmates, parents and two patent lawyers.

    Eighth grade girls worked hard and showed improvement
    The eighth grade girls basketball team finished even for the season after a slow start, with a final record of 6-6. Despite their less than outstanding start, Coach Anderson knew the team would improve.



News for December, 2003

 
Peacock students have patentable ideas
Octoberfest luncheon is a hit
Leo Club helps develop leadership skills
Students train to help others
Washington DC
Beloved Benson custodian passes away
Red Ribbon Week raises drug abuse awareness
Checkmate
An interview with Ms. Betlej



Op-Ed for December, 2003
 
Study Hall is a must at Peacock
It's fun to help out
Poll Question: Are the pep rallies "peppy" enough?


Features for December, 2003
 
Something Upstairs
The newest Tamora Pierce novel won't disappoint
Get caught in The Mouse Trap
Sixth grader loves to sing and dance
Lombard Haunted House scary enough
Wide variety of Halloween costumes dress up Itasca
Character Counts, December 2003
Garbage strike of 2003 shows people the truth


Entertainment for December, 2003
 
Portillo's is a local tradition
Scary Movie 3 is a hit
School of Rock rocks theatres
School of Rock
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The Advice Column
Lost dog visits Peacock lunch


Sports for December, 2003
 
Eighth grade girls worked hard and showed improvement
Sixth and seventh grade girls enjoy the experience
Out with the old, in with the new!
Sixth grader shoots and scores for the Hornets
Bears play hard and look to the future
Lake Park Marching Band marches into victory
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