Daniel Fern, Robbie Link
KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
Thank you to CARE Club for your TEAMWORK, PASSION and KINDNESS for making today happen!
This is a Week 2. Today is a Day 4.
P’Jammin Info for TODAY!
Student Council and CARE, meet in Mrs. Chester’s room at 8:00.
Freshmen and Sophomores: At 10:40, go straight to the following rooms. The Middle School kids will be coming to you by 10:55. If you finish your blankets early, come to Myers Gallery for donuts. You will be done by 11:25 because middle school has lunch. Return completed blankets to Mrs. Chester.
Barrow/Neves: SA 105/106
Cashin/Stewart: SA 103/104
Graves/Miller: SA 211
McRae/Turney: SA 203
Dr. K/Mosley: SA 209/210
Salvia: SA 201
Peterson/Watson: SA 101/102
West: SA 202
Juniors: Report to the Tillman Center at 10:40. You will be told where to go when you get there.
Seniors: Report to the PH at 10:40. You will be told where to go when you get there.
We are excited to have Judge Steve Jones join us on January 30! He wants to hear from you! Please send Mrs. Farmer, Coach Olson, Mrs. Zalac or Mr. Thorsen any topics that you would like for him to address.
On March 1 during second lunch, we will be holding a Career Panel breakout discussion with Mr. Wes Rogers from Landmark. If you are interested in business, commercial development or starting something from scratch…this is for you!
Science Olympiad will meet Monday, Wednesday and Thursday until 4:30 and Wednesday morning in Dr. Memler’s room.
Interested in reading the Book Club’s January book? If so, it is: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi.
90 Neo-Futurist Plays by Greg Allen
If you love improv… you will love this show! Having opened in 1988 and still playing today as the longest running show in Chicago history, this “play” is an ensemble experiment in presenting “30 Plays in 60 Minutes.” Each two-minute play is performed in random order selected by the audience. This is just one way the audience participates! An onstage MC keeps everyone on time and keeps the show moving. The script contains a collection of 90 comic, political, personal, and abstract plays. We will select the 30 we want to do. This gives us the chance to create our own evening of 30 Neo-Futurist plays. All are welcome to join the company!
Audition workshop will be Feb. 27, 2019 from 4:30-6:00 in the PH.
Auditions will be Feb. 28 and March 1 from 4:30-6:30 in the PH. All students should be prepared to tell an appropriate joke, play improv games, and read from the script.
Contact Ms. T if you have questions.
Please make sure that you let Dr. Rogers know when you have heard back from colleges! Please complete this form for admissions and scholarships!
Interested in helping with the Spartan 5K on Feb. 9? We need volunteers! Please let Mrs. Farmer or Coach Olson know if you are interested!
TALENT SHOW: Thursday, January 31 at 7:30!! $3 Admission.
The Talent Show Sign Up sheet will be outside Mrs. Farmer and Coach Olson’s office. There will be a mandatory rehearsal Wednesday, January 30 at 6:30.
Mark your calendar: SADIE HAWKINS DANCE: Feb. 2! Wahoo!
This winter dance is from 8:30-11:00 in the Tillman Center. It is more casual than the Homecoming Dance. Student Council is working on a theme and will let you know soon! Remember, you may come with a date or with friends!
ATTENTION : SENIORS
Mark your calendar: January 23 – we will be meeting with our first grade buddies for donuts and play at 10:40. More info to come!
UGA is offering a day camp during our spring break, March 11-15. It offers Creative Writing, Photography and Mini Medical School. Registration is now open. You can go here for details. Any questions may be directed to Brian Stone, the program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. edu.
Registration for UGA’s Summer Academy opens Feb. 6th at 10:00 am. The website with updated camps for the summer can be found here.
Athens Academy will pay for 1 representative to attend this year and you can apply by answering the question below and sending your response to Mr. Olson by January 15th.
Essay Question: In your own words define leadership, identify your personal leadership strengths, and explain why you should be selected for this program.
VetCAMP (Veterinary Career Aptitude and Mentoring Program) will house up to 52 high school students on UGA’s campus for seven days. At VetCAMP, students will be involved in various activities aimed at evaluating their skills and competitiveness as future veterinarians, providing mentorship and helping them experience veterinary medicine as an exciting career path. Click here to view a video that was produced from VetCAMP 2018.
The seven-day-long on-site summer program will provide opportunities for observation of and participation in various services in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, the Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center and the Diagnostic Laboratories, as well as a field trip to the Georgia Aquarium for a behind-the-scenes view of the facilities.
Other activities include information sessions on admission requirements, research opportunities, the curriculum, study abroad opportunities, and other undeserved specializations in the field of veterinary medicine.
Applications are open to 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students and can be accessed by clicking HERE.
Athens Area Homeless Shelter, 620 Barber Street Athens GA 30601
Next Shelter Dinner: Jan. 18! See you then!
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