Today is a: Week 1, Day 4
KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
Quote of the week
Don’t forget to review the following documents:
Full Ted Talk from Today:
Contribute to the Spartan Review! We particularly need reporting on events on and off campus and content like man-on-the-street interviews, polls, and comics. We accept contributions of any length and nearly any genre or subject. You can contribute to one issue or all issues. If interested, email Charlotte Luke at cluke20@acad.
Please join us for Shelter Dinner this Friday from 4:45pm until 5:30pm! 👏🌮🌮👏
620 Barber Street, Athens, GA 30601
Looking for writing support? Need help with organization, research, or revision?The Writing Center is here to assist you at any stage in the writing process —you can even come to the Center with a blank page! Email Ms. Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include when you have free time to meet!
Club Draft September 4!
Attention Sophomores and Juniors!
Youth Leadership Oconee Applications Due Thursday, August 22nd. You can fill out the application using the link below.
Objective: To provide opportunities for young adults to develop leadership skills and the community awareness necessary to address challenges facing Oconee County.
ATHENS PEER COURT OPPORTUNITY
Any 9th-12th grade students that are Clarke County residents are invited to join Athens Peer Court. The training begins August 22nd at 5:30. The three day, 13-hour training will continue on Saturday, August 24th, (9am-3pm) and conclude on Tuesday, August 27th. If you are interested in more details please email Emily Boness (email@example.com) or text at 706-229-6266.
Athens Peer Court began in February of 2012, there are currently more than 30 volunteers serving as the advocates in hearings for first time offenders in the Clarke County Juvenile Court. Student volunteers develop their leadership skills and participate in community service. There are no grade point requirements or other prerequisites to join. The program is free, but does require students to have their own transportation both to UGA for the training and to the courthouse in downtown Athens for hearings. The commitment following completion of the training is one to two Tuesday evenings per month.
From the College Counseling Office