Competitive art used to be in the Olympics!
KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT
The ACAD Literary Review deadline has been extended to Wednesday, March 24th! Submit up to 3 written pieces and 5 photos (yes, you can submit both!) to firstname.lastname@example.org. 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’re celebrating Pi Day this Friday! Remember to bake a pie and memorize as many digits of pi as you can! Here are the festivities:
Advisory Contest: Get ready for a SECRET COMPETITION in Advisory! The winning advisory will get donuts next week!
Homemade Pie Competition: Looking for eternal glory? Bring a homemade pie to Ms. Bowles’ desk before 1st lunch to compete in categories of Best Taste, Best Presentation, and Best Overall. Winners (as determined by teacher judges) will each receive a $20 YourPie gift card!
Pi Recitation Competition: Think you know lots of digits of pi? Outside Lampkin during first and second lunch members of the Math Club will determine who knows the most digits. You can also send in a video of yourself to email@example.com by 11:59pm on Friday. The person who can recite the most digits of pi will receive a $20 YourPie giftcard!
Math Class Drawing Activity: talk about the mathematics of pi and take part in a school-wide art project during math class. Be creative!
“Riley is a senior captain for the Lady Spartans and has committed to play collegiately at WIlliam & Mary. She is the centerpiece of a ‘golden generation’ in girls’ soccer at the Academy. Riley has started the season with 14 goals and 9 assists. She is a great player but is also a great student, good citizen, and a consistent leader in all areas of school life.“ – Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer
Please join the athletic department TODAY, March 17th at 9:20 am in the Bertelsmann Building, Presentation Hall for the signing ceremony of seniors John Ferguson (University of Georgia/Football) and Chip Scott (Piedmont College/Soccer).
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.
Wangari Maathai (1940-2011) was a Kenyan scholar, women’s rights advocate, and environmentalist. After undergraduate education in the United States, she earned a PhD in veterinary anatomy from the University of Nairobi in 1971. While teaching at Nairobi, Maathai campaigned for equal benefits for women on the staff and was active in the National Council of Women of Kenya. Under the auspices of the Council, Maathai founded the Green Belt Movement targeting the social and economic needs of rural women. The Movement encouraged women to plant trees for food and firewood, and to combat environmental degradation. Maathai’s environmental concerns led her to politics and she was elected to parliament in 2002, then she founded a political party focused on a platform of conservation. In 2004, Maathai became the first African woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.com. 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!
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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).