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A verb phrase is the verb and its dependents (objects, complements, and other modifiers), but not the subject or its dependents.The verb phrase in the sentence is "heard that our school is getting a new mascot".The subject is the pronoun "You".Note: "that our school is getting a new mascot" is a relative clause functioning as the direct object of the verb 'heard'.
The Mascot for Clifton High School in Clifton, New Jersey Seems to Be the Clifton Mustang. the Athletics Teams at That Public School Seems to Be Have That Mascot.
The High school which toots the Unicorn as its mascot is New Braunfels High School located in New Braunfels Texas. The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics in Durham, North Carolina also has the unicorn as its school mascot.
Marlton Elementary in New Jersey Carbon High School in Price, Utah
They don't have a football team, but their mascot is the Nor'easter "Stormin' Norman"
The mascot for Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, New Mexico is the Demons
The "Lobo" is the official mascot of the University of New Mexico.
The Yankees currently do not have a mascot.
The New York Yankees never had a mascot.