Recently grown was the largest pumpkin in America, the “monster pumpkin”, and it weighs 2,350 pounds!
KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
Trick or Treat at the Deans’ Office this Week!
Attention students and faculty! If you are interested in starting, or joining a rock band…email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday!
The October issue of the Spartan Review is here! Read about everything from the arrival of Pumpkin Spice Season and Varsity Volleyball updates, to how colleges are handling coronavirus! Check it out here: Spartan Review
The Spartan Book club will be reading The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V.E. Schwab this month! If you would like to join us in discussion of this novel, we plan to meet on Wednesday, November 18 at 3:30 in T103. All are welcomed and encouraged to attend! Please see Sarah Harrison or Mrs. Street with questions.
Since we have next Tuesday (Nov. 3) off (YAY!), we are going to switch our Monday regular schedule to a Tuesday regular schedule. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be normal days.
So, to clarify, Monday, Nov. 2, your schedule is as follows:
8:10-9:10 Green Period
9:15-10:45 Block 8
10:45-10:52 Class Change
10:52-11:25 (Tuesday Morning Meeting) with Advisory
11:25-11:32 Class Change
11:32-1:35 Block 1 and lunch
1:35-1:42 Class Change
1:42-3:20 Block 6
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Young Founders Institute
Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit and want to test a new market opportunity centered around a specific business problem? Get your friends and make a team (3-5 people, per team). Past Makeathon challenges have included topics like designing clean energy solutions and supporting at-home learning during Covid-19.
You do not need to possess any specific skills, but it is recommended to have a strong interest or background in entrepreneurship. During the event, student teams work independently throughout the day on their projects, culminating in a pitch presented to our panel of judges. Students will also have a chance to attend Skill Labs to learn entrepreneurial skills such as Marketing, Product Design, Financials and Pitching. Young Founders Institute mentors are available throughout the challenge to support you through the process.
Be in touch with Mrs. Farmer by Friday, if you’re interested.
Math Peer Tutoring
When: Green Period every day, 6th period Monday and Tuesday
Where: SA210 (freshman/seniors) AND T103 (sophomores/juniors)
Need help with math? Get help from your peers! No appointment required–just drop in! Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your problem-solving abilities. Their goal is to help you grow and understand math problems for yourself! For details of our current tutor schedule, click here. For additional inquiries, contact email@example.com.
Protect others and our wildlife:
Dispose of masks responsibly!
Since the start of Covid-19 and the new widespread use of masks, there has been a big increase in disposable masks found littering natural spaces – including our own campus! With their earstrings, masks have a similar effect as the rings of plastic can and bottle holders – birds and other wildlife can become entangled in them and die ! Not only that, Covid-19 may contaminate the mask itself, so anyone who kindly picks one up to drop in the trashcan could become infected. For these reasons, French Club is asking everyone to either cut or pull off the strings from your disposable masks and toss them directly into the trash cans to prevent the spread of Covid-19 AND wildlife death.
The French Club
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!
Upcoming college visits – all visits take place virtually from 12:55-1:30 (except where noted – links are in college names).
Probe college fair
(Nov 2,4,5) will host reps from 160 colleges and universities and offer a series of panels to help you with your college applications. See the participating schools here
10/27 Covenant College (GA) @ 8:30am
10/28 Columbus State University (GA) @ 8:30am
10/28 University of Utah (UT) @ 12:55pm
11/2 University of Michigan – Ann Arbor @8:30
Ole Miss joins us in-person on 11/10
The Peach State Tour is a free information session with admissions reps from Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, and UGA. Register here.
NACAC virtual college fairs will occur through the fall. Students can register here.
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