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KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
Patrick Rodrigue and John Newland showed kindness and respect when they cleaned up trash left outside the SA 104 classroom. .
The Girls Mentorship Program Form will remain open until Tuesday at 4:00! We are so excited! Remember, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask the leaders!
Are you interested in creative writing or news writing but don’t know where to start? Honors Writing for Publication is for any student in grades 9-12 who wants to grow their writing skills and play with multiple genres. We’ll practice writing short stories, news articles, creative nonfiction, and more.The hands-on work of drafting, writing, and revising will largely be done during class time with minimal homework required. This is a wonderful opportunity to build your writing confidence, publish your work (a great addition to your college resumes!), and put your free time to good use. Students will also have a chance to aid in the production of the Spartan Review and the Lit Review.
**Next steps: if you’re interested, please reply to Ms. Evans and Mrs. Bowles. Note whether you prefer meeting during Green Period or during your free period**
Congratulations to senior Beau Farmer for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK (week of November 2): “Beau Farmer is always willing to help his teammates. He is a hard worker in the classroom and on the athletic field. His attitude is contagious to his classmates and teammates. He has grown into a great Spartan & his future is very bright. It has been a great honor to coach Beau for four years!“ – Josh Alexander, Head Coach, Varsity Football
Prior to Friday night’s game, Athens Academy presented Coach Don Chuboff with a plaque commemorating his 600th win at the school. He’s in his 26th year at the school and has coached football, girls soccer and baseball. His milestone win was achieved when the Spartans defeated Berkmar HS Sept. 25th. Congratulations, Coach Chuboff!
Congratulations to the cross country teams for their amazing performances this past Saturday in the State Meet at Carrollton High School. The girls finished in 3rd place and the boys finished in 5th place in the Class A Private races.
Congratulations to Senior, Ali Rumpel, and Sophomore, Mara Thomas, who were both named Volleyball Class A All State!
National French Week
November 4-10, 2020
Athens Academy French Club invites you to join us in celebrating National French Week! Keep an eye out for posters with interesting French trivia displayed around campus! And here is today’s French phrase often used in English:
chef d’oeuvre: this term is used in both French and English to refer to a “masterpiece”. The word “chef” means “chief” and oeuvre means work – so this is the “chief work” of an artist (or of any highly skilled person in any field). Notice that we also use the word “chef” to refer to the “chief” or “head cook” in a kitchen!
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.
Upcoming college visits – all visits take place virtually from 12:55-1:30 (except where noted – links are in college names).
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.