KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
Ms. Mosley’s advisory shows KINDNESS, TEAMWORK and RESPECT by serving at the Homeless Shelter.
Today is a Week 2, Day 4
Cum Laude Day!
Here is our schedule for the day:
Ties, dress shirts, and dress pants
Professional-length skirts, dresses or slacks (general guideline for professional length is mid-thigh)
Dress shoes are required (athletic shoes are not permitted)
Here’s where we line up after pd. 3:
Seniors-outside in amphitheater, close to the door
Juniors-outside in amphitheater, behind the Seniors
Sophomores-outside on the right side of the ramp (from the media center turnaround), close to the door
Freshmen-outside on the right side of the ramp (from the media center turnaround) behind the Sophomores (Graves and West Advisories, report to Chambers Center Boardroom)
Junior/Senior Prom is coming up! Saturday, April 6 at The Classic Center, 8:30-11:00
Guest Registration Form in Farmer/Olson office
We are in the Empire Room in the Brick Building on Foundry Street (behind the main building and adjacent to the parking deck). Parking is $8, cash or cc.
Class Officer Elections
Monday, April 8: Learn more about Class Offices in School Meeting, Sign up on Farmer/Olson door in Myers Gallery
Monday, April 15: Mandatory Candidate Lunch Meeting in Farmer/Olson Office
Wednesday, April 17 (10:40-11:40 Class Meetings): Class Officer Speeches and electronic voting
Student Government Position Information
Festival Day: April 13 12:00-3:00
Please see Olson or Farmer ASAP if you are interested in volunteering!
Check your e-mail!
Friday, April 12 is a Spirit Dress Day!
ACCGOV Seeks Rising 10th-12th Grade Students for Mayor’s Youth Commission
The Athens-Clarke County Unified Government (ACCGOV) is seeking applications by Sunday, April 7 from rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are interested in taking part in the new Mayor’s Youth Commission. Eligible students can attend public or private schools or be homeschooled, but must be Athens-Clarke County residents.
Activities for the 11-member Mayor’s Youth Commission will run from September through May, with one possible summer meet-and-greet session, and require at least five to eight hours of commitment each month. Youth Commissioners can serve up to three years of September through May terms. The inaugural Mayor’s Youth Commission will help determine more details about the program.
Abigail Springer, Grant Brown, Anannya Das, Kavya Menke, Sarah Bart and Zach Daniels will be performing with the Athens Youth Symphony on April 7th at 4:00 at Hodgeson Hall. It’s going to be good! Come support!
Athens Area Homeless Shelter, 620 Barber Street Athens GA 30601
Shelter Dinner this Friday!
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