Week 4, Day 2
KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
The senior members of the Spring Play showed kindness and teamwork by setting up a buddy system for the cast of the show.
The Upper School will celebrate π Day this Friday!
Festivities for the day include:
Morning advisory contest: Winner of the advisory contest will receive donuts for their advisory.
Pie baking contest: Students can submit homemade pies for teachers to judge during lunch. Winners will be chosen for Best Presentation, Best Taste, and Best Overall Pie. The winner of each category will receive a $20 YourPie giftcard.
Pi digit memorization contest: The pi digit memorization contest will take place on Friday during 1st and 2nd lunch outside of Lampkin! The winners for each lunch will receive $20 YourPie giftcard!
Face Painting: Come get a pi symbol painted on your face by Danielle or Grant during first or second lunch!
Last but not least, we will have a small arts and crafts activity during math classes.
Please participate in the activities and enjoy Pi Day!
Summer Opportunities through Auburn:
CM Summer Academy for Young Women | June 9-13, 2020
Application due by April 1 | Scholarship Program ($800 camp fee is waived for all invited campers thanks to industry sponsorships)
For more information and to go to the application for this camp, visit: http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/auburnyouthprograms/constructionmgmt.htm
Building Construction Camp | June 21-26, 2020
For more information and to register for this camp, visit: http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/auburnyouthprograms/buildingconstruction.htm
20 RAK: Adams/Dotson, Turney – dress down and donuts Thursday plus one tardy removed
15 RAK: Cashin, Towery – donuts Thursday plus one tardy removed
12 RAK: Mosley, Newland, Scott, Sensing, Neves, West – donuts Thursday
March 18, Harrison Center, Doors Open at 7:00
Student Council Election Season is Coming Up!
*Student Council provides the Athens Academy community with opportunities to share their time, gifts and talents in service to Athens Academy and our community. It provides special events that promote school spirit and works closely with fellow students, faculty and administration.
The student voice is an integral part of the decision making process. Students should feel free to bring any concerns they may have to the Student Council who advocates for students to address issues affecting campus climate and the welfare of the student body.
Friday, March 27: Student Body Officer (Executive Branch) Candidate Lunch Meeting – Both Lunches in the Chambers Center Boardroom
Monday, March 30: Student Body Officer (Executive Branch) Speeches (10:25-10:55 in PH) followed by voting
Friday, April 3: Class Officer Lunch Meeting – Both Lunches in Chambers Center Boardroom
Wednesday, April 8: Class Officer Speeches (10:40-11:40 Class Meeting Locations) followed by voting
Please see Mrs. Farmer if you have any questions or would like to learn more!
April 4 at The Classic Center
Theme: The Roaring 20’s
No Shelter This Week! Have a great spring break!
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