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African American History Awareness

February is recognized in the United States as Black History Month. This year’s theme in the US is, "African Americans and the Vote", this theme recognizes the struggle for voting rights among both black men AND women throughout American history.
Black History Month is a time of rejoicing, celebrating, and thanking those African-American leaders throughout History for giving us hope and life lessons. This week we will be showcasing the Pride, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Enthusiasm some of these memorable leaders in our history stood for and changed the course of time.
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Robotics Takes Home the Judge's Award at VEX Robotics

“Congratulations to the Robotics. Robotics took home the Judge’s Award at VEX Robotics. To win the Judge's Award, teams needed to present their robots. They had to describe the building and coding process as well as any failures they had to overcome during this process. The judges choose the team they feel deserve recognition for special accomplishments. Out of the 26 teams in the completion, one of our teams won the award.”
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Snack Attack - Jorge Maldonado

“Mr. Maldanado was snack attacked for taking kids to the Taft College sports recruitment day on his day off! Coach shows his Shafter PRIDE with his dedication to ALL Shafter students.”
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Snack Attack - Mrs. Sharp

“Congratulations Mrs. Sharp for being Snack-Attacked by ASB for donating your time with the boys tennis team to help out our new young coach and players!”
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Boy's Soccer Team Takes the Championship in OT and Penalty Kicks!

Congratulations to the boys varsity soccer team. They are the champions of the important Liberty High Soccer Tournament! They beat Centennial High 4-0, Stockdale High 5-0, Bakersfield High 4-2 and in an exciting championship game that went to over time and then to penalty kicks; our boys beat last year’s valley champions Foothill High. Scored 14 goals and only got 3 against. Good job boys!
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