November 1 – Charlotte Wilhite
November 2 – Lam Hardman
November 3 – Julian Attaway
November 3 – Olivia Nealy
November 4 – J. Wright
“Opportunity does not knock, it presents itself when you beat down the door.”
aka – Coach Taylor
The Australian bandicoot has recovered from the brink of extinction, their population increasing by tenfold in 30 years.
Today is an A Week and an A Day
Here’s what’s happening at 9:45 this week!
Monday – Advisory
Tuesday – Mid-Morning Meeting (PH)
Thursday – Seminar in Advisory
Friday – Advisory
The volleyball team will play in its 1st State Championship since 2010 this Saturday at 11:00 am at Lakepoint Sports Complex in Cartersville, GA against Mt. Paran.
The team really needs your support in the stands! Therefore, we are offering a spirit bus for those interested, but we need your confirmation ASAP….by noon Tuesday!
Cost per rider – $10
Cost per ticket – $12 (purchased at GoFan, but there may be some parents who are willing to cover the admission cost of the 1st 20+/- students who sign up…..we’re working on this)
Departure from the front of the Sinkwich Spartan Center at 8:45 am
Return (estimate) 3:15 pm
Please respond to Coach Petroski no later than noon Tuesday if you are interested in riding the spirit bus.
Shout-out to the Spartan Review team! Check out an awesome profile of junior Jake Garcia, a review of Squid Game, spooky Halloween recommendations, and more!
Congratulations to our One Act Company!
THEY WON REGION!
Congratulations, Thomas Meyer!!!
Athens Academy is pleased to announce that junior Thomas Meyer is one of four students from the state of Georgia selected to serve on the inaugural FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics State Officer Board. Along with his fellow board members, Thomas will be advising the GaFIRST.org
state committee on how to improve robotics/STE(A)M opportunities for school robotics teams in Georgia.
According to their website, Georgia FIRST’s mission is to “inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.”
State officers will meet twice a month via Microsoft Teams to plan events for robotics students for the spring and into the next school year. Way to go, Spartan!
US violinists Daniel Huang ’22, Simms Murray ’23, and Joshua Xie ’25 passed the district level audition for All-State Orchestra and have moved on to the state level audition for GMEA’s 2022 All-State Orchestras.
Congratulations, Volleyball Team!
Congratulations, Cross Country!!!
Both boys and girls won region! Yay!!!
Spartan Book Club will meet on Thursday, November 4th at 3:30 in Schacht 102 to discuss Holly Jackson’s book, A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder. Please see Mrs. Street with any questions and happy reading!
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