The ACAD Daily Friday, 3.5.21

Happy Birthday

 Imana Adogu, Jarrett Daniels


quote of the week

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Maggie’s Moment

Monday was World Compliment Day so make sure to give at least one person a compliment this week. 

Core Values




Calling all writers/photographers/artists! The ACAD Literary Review deadline is March 15th. Submit up to 3 written pieces or 5 photos to Work cannot exceed 3,000 words. An outside judge will select one writer to receive a $50 Amazon gift card. Submission does not guarantee publication. See Jessica Ford’s email instructions for detailed formatting guidelines or reach out to Ms. Evans.

We are hoping to have ACAD Talks again this year. We will ideally bring back the live audience format in a way that is COVID safe. If you are interested in giving an ACAD Talk, please complete the attached form by Tuesday, March 2.

More info on ACAD Talks

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The February issue of the Spartan Review is out! It can be found here:

This issue includes a recap of the girls basketball season, a review of Mama Ning’s Thai, an overview of the Model UN conference, and so much more!

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month was established by Congress in 1987 to celebrate the achievements of women in American history. Each day this month, we will recognize women from America and other parts of the world who have made important contributions to humanity.

Queen Nzinga

Queen Nzinga (1583-1663) was the ruler of Ndongo and Matamba who fought against Portuguese encroachment in the region. Initially, she attempted to ally with the Portuguese, establishing Ndongo as a middleman (rather than supplier) in the slave trade, but that relationship quickly soured. Nzinga spent the next three-plus decades leading a militant resistance against Portuguese domination, often dressing as a male warrior when she led her troops into battle. She created a powerful kingdom, but she was unable to fully defeat the Portugese and, after her death, Angola became the first European colony in sub-Saharan Africa. Though her relationship to the slave trade is complicated, Queen Nzinga is celebrated today in Angola as an anticolonial warrior and a role model for women in a male-dominated society.

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Last Week`s Results

This Week's Contests

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Congratulations to junior Henry Smith for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK (week of February 22): 
Henry Smith works very hard to be the best baseball player he can be at it shows. He had a tremendous last two games on the mound. Henry struck out 13 batters and only gave up two runs leading the Spartans to two wins. Go Spartans! – Casey Kane, Head Coach, Varsity Baseball



Math Problem of the Week

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Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

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 understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Please note we have shifted to a by-appointment model for spring semester. Email to set up your first meeting!

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!

If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!


Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.

Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!



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Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022

Upcoming college visits – all visits take place virtually from 12:55-1:30 (except where noted – links are in college names). 

The first NACAC Virtual College Fair of the year is Sunday, January 31 from 1-7 p.m. ET. More than 500 colleges and universities will present more than 1,500 Zoom sessions.  Students can register for free at


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