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“Humor can alter any situation and help us cope at the very instant we are laughing.” Allen Klein
KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
Calling all creative writers! The Scribe Writing Contest is an online creative writing competition designed to give high schoolers a chance to hone their writing in a focused timeframe. You must register by April 30, 11:59 PM EDT to participate. The contest will be made available on scribewritingcontest.org between May 2, 12:00 AM and May 3, 11:59 PM EDT. You can choose to start at any time within this window; as soon as you do so, you will be given two hours to submit either a poem or short story in response to a prompt. Entry is free. Participants will have the opportunity to have their work reviewed by a panel of seven award-winning English and creative writing professors. Winners will receive cash prizes, too. If you have any questions, reach out via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honor Council Nominations
The student-led Honor Council is essential to the proper functioning of our honor system and the strength of our school community. In order to create an Honor Council that is representative of and has the support of the student body, the process for selecting candidates relies on nominations from the members of the class.
On Monday, April 27, you will receive an emailed Honor Council nomination ballot for your class. Select up to 6 people who you believe possess honor, morality, and integrity, and who have the strength of character to uphold the honor code and act as role models, even in difficult circumstances.
Nominations will close at 4:00pm on Wednesday, April 29.
The election of the members of the Judiciary Board will take place next Monday, May 4.
The Literary Review has arrived and 2020’s winner is Jessica Ford for her story “Ice-Breaker”! Congrats, Jessica! Honorable mentions go to Charlotte Luke (“Rainy Day Fund”) and Ella Peters (“Charlotte“, yes, the strikethrough is intentional!).
Click here to read the issue and see what judge Cait Weiss Orcutt, educator and award-winning author of VALLEYSPEAK (Zone 3 Press, 2018), had to say about her selections. Congratulations to all the poets, prose writers, and visual artists/photographers featured in this year’s Literary Review. We are so proud of you!
Congratulations to your 2020-2021 Student Body Officers!
Director of Communications: Lexi Sennowitz