But after Haruhi proves to be a natural Host and is promoted to full member of the Host Club it becomes clear something isn't quite as it seems...
is a shoujo manga and anime that emphatically plays with the cliches and character types inherent in the genre.
There were rainbow colors, spikes, curls, braids and silly headbands- so many creative hairdos to end the week in style!
Today, during their schoolwide meeting, Principal Knowles recognized students of character at Veterans Park. CONGRATULATIONS to Joshua, Ava, Davanee, Olivia, Gage, Logan, Jackson, Andrew, Maddelena, Kate, Kenny, Sean, Lily, Jack, Lucas, Michael, Eris and Thomas who always strive to DO THEIR BEST!
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The LHS Lady Lions Basketball Team knows how to defend on the court, but after a visit to Crossfit Echo in Ludlow they now have skills on how to protect themselves off the court.
Thanks to instructors Tyler Moore and Steve Nodurf of Pioneer Valley PDR and Resilience Strategic who taught this important self-defense class. CONGRATULATIONS to each of these hardworking, dedicated and passionate educators who make a positive difference for the students of Ludlow.
While searching for a quiet place to study, Haruhi stumbles on an unused music room which turns out to be the club room for the school "Host Club" a group of Idle Rich boys who entertain female clients in a sort of Bleached Underpants version of actual host clubs.
After accidentally knocking over a Priceless Renaissance vase that's worth 8,000,000,000¥ — far more than a working class student could possibly repay — Haruhi is forced to join the Host Club as an assistant to work off the debt.The results are in-- for the 2nd consecutive year, Baird Middle School 7th grader, Torcato Zina, has grabbed a 1st place finish in the school's National Geographic Bee contest, with 8th grader, Elizabeth Pereira, taking the 2nd place finish.Torcato will now take an online NGB geography exam, hoping to qualify for the state level competition. On January 10th 3rd grade students at Chapin Street School gathered in the cafetorium for a very special surprise.Click on each recipients name to learn more about these amazing teachers!Coach Pennington reports this is the first time in the school’s history that the girls team won the top spot in their league and only the second time the boys team grabbed the number one spot; having done so back in 2010.Toto was found cold, hungry and weighing only six ounces when he was rescued following the 2011 tornado that devastated parts of Brimfield.