EVENTS FOR THE DAY
  • Counselor Talks @ Auditorium Mon-Tues
  • Boys Soccer vs. Senior (V/ JV / JV2) 04:30 p.m. @ Clark Stadium Girls JV2 Soccer vs. Lake Highlands 04:30 p.m. @ Kimbrough
  • Girls Basketball vs. Marcus (JV / V) 05:30 p.m. / 07:00 @Plano East Girls Soccer vs. Lake Highlands (JV / V) 06:00 p.m. / 07:30 @ Kimbrough
  • Boys Basketball vs. Marcus (JV / V) 06:15 p.m. / 07:45 @Marcus H.S. Wrestling: Senior Night 06:00 p.m. @ Plano East
  • Band Winter Concert 07:00 p.m. @ Auditorium
  • Academic Decathlon Regionals All Day
  • Speech & Debate Tournament All Day @ Flower Mound Boys Soccer vs. Hebron (V/ JV / JV2) 04:30 p.m. @ Kimbrough Girls Soccer vs. Hebron (JV / JV2 / V) 04:30 p.m. @ Hebron Boys Basketball vs. Lewisville (JV / V) 05:30 p.m. / 07:00 @ Plano East Girls Basketball vs. Lewisville (JV / V) 05:30 p.m. / 07:00 @ Lewisville Academic Decathlon Regionals All Day Speech & Debate Tournament All Day @Flower Mound Computer Science Contest 07:00 a.m. @ B1 Military Ball 05:30 p.m. @ Holiday Inn
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Movie Recommendations for Valentine’s Day

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If you want to cry: The Notebook directed by Nick Cassavetes

Available on Max and Hulu

 

Starring Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling, “The Notebook” focuses on the relationship between the characters, Noah and Allie, as they grow old and go through the motions of what it means to be in a relationship. The audience sees them argue and fight, while dealing with the obstacles of their parents and outside people. If Valentine’s day is a day of sorrow, this movie is the embodiment of finding love and the hardships of that love.

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If you’re in love: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days directed by Donald Petrie

Available on Hulu and Paramount+

 

“How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” is a romantic comedy that defies the basic reputation these rom-coms have. The characters, Andie Anderson, played by Kate Hudson, and Benjamin Barry, played by Matthew McConaughey, work for journalism and marketing companies. After they meet, they use their newfound relationship as a way to get ahead in their jobs. While this movie is not Valentine’s Day related, their relationship dives into what it means to find love in the most unexpected situations.

 

If you like multiple plotlines: Valentine’s Day directed by Garry Marshall

Available on Hulu

 

This movie is perfect for any Valentine’s Day as the multiple plotlines explore the different types of love throughout the world. From kids to teenagers to adults to the elderly, “Valentine’s Day” shows what it’s like to be in love on Valentine’s Day. With relationships between friends, broken relationships, and newfound relationships, there is no party left out. Whether it’s a platonic or romantic story, this film covers all of the bases when it comes to the audience seeing something similar to their own situation on the screen.

 

If you need to move on: He’s Just Not That Into You directed by Ken Kwapis

Available on Amazon Prime for $3.99 to rent

 

As stated in the title, this film dives into the question of, ‘Is he really into me?’ With several storylines and characters including Gigi, played by Jennifer Goodwin, and Alex, played by Justin Long, the main point of the film is to allow the audience to notice the signs in a relationship that indicate whether someone is attracted to you or not. Whether it’s a situation of cheating on a significant other or simply not responding to the other party involved, this film establishes several moments where one may have to ask, ‘Are they interested in me or not?’

 

If you’re feeling nostalgic: Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown

Available on AppleTV with a subscription

 

Charlie Brown is an old, animated character that has been around since the ‘60s. This short film, with a duration of 30 minutes, is just another one of the Charlie Brown holiday series. Based on the comic strip by Charles M. Schultz, the film follows Charlie Brown, Snoopy and his friends as they begin to understand what it’s like to have a valentine, whether that is with other friends or with a crush.

 

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