KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
Today is a Week 5, Day 4
The best antidote I know for worry is work. The best cure for weariness is the challenge of helping someone who is even more tired. One of the great ironies of life is this: He or she who serves almost always benefits more than he or she who is served. Gordon B. Hinckley
It’s No Shave November!
If you are participating, please bring $5 to your advisor on Monday. These donations will go toward The Prostate Cancer Foundation. You will be infracted if you do not donate. Thank you!
Honors Biology Most Important Organelle Campaign 2019 has begun! Though cellular organelles are normally an organized group working together, certain organelles have gotten the notion that they are more important or perform a more important function than their other fellow organelles. Therefore they have decided to have an election to determine once and for all who is the most important cellular organelle. Campaign posters are up in Ms. Neves’ room (SA105), and today and tomorrow the candidates will begin handing out their campaign informational pamphlets. Be sure to grab them all so you can be educated voters!! The faculty and the entire freshman class will have an opportunity to vote in the election via Google Ballot on November 18. More information will come as the election season continues!!
—It’s Grandparents and Special Friends Day! Please drive slowly!
Letterman jacket fitting and ordering will take place during both lunch periods in the Tillman Center, Wednesday, Nov. 13th.
Next Tuesday, Nov. 12, join us for lunch in the Chambers Center to discuss bullying.
National French Week: November 4-10, 2019
Athens Academy French Club invites you to join us in celebrating National French
Week! Each day we will offer a useful French phrase for you to learn – give them
a try! (Sound spellings will help you pronounce them! ) Watch for French trivia
posted around campus this week, and for some culinary enjoyment, on Friday, we
will offer French cheese tasting during lunches (stop by our table in front of
Lampkin!) Hope to see you there!
Today’s French phrase is : « Du fromage, s’il vous plaît !? »
/ Doo frohmahzh, seelvoopleh? /
( “Some cheese, please?” )
Use this today to request cheese at our table in front of Lumpkin during
Join us for Shelter Dinner Today! 4:30!
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