December 8 – Sarah Harrison
December 8 – Jane Ann Raeber
December 10 – Nylah LaVigna
December 11 – Nina Killian
December 12 – Elizabeth Raeber
December 12 – Oliver Yates
“I just like to smile. Smiling’s my favorite.” – Buddy
A Pittsburgh nonprofit called 412 Food Rescue used an app to divert 20 million pounds of surplus into 17 million meals for those in need.
This week is an A week and today is an A Day.
9:45 This Week
Monday – Advisory
Tuesday – MMM
Wednesday – Altered schedule (see below) – NO LATE START
Thursday – Altered schedule (see below) – LATE START
Friday – Advisory Holiday Parties
Wednesday, December 8
8:10 – 9:25 Block 1 (75 minutes)
9:30 – 10:25 Head’s Up for Harry in PH
10:25 – 10:40 BREAK
10:40 – 11:55 Block 3 (75 minutes)
11:55 – 1:55 Block 4 (back to normal schedule)
2:00 – 3:20 Block 2 (back to normal schedule)
Thursday, December 9
8:45 – 10:10 Period 8
10:10 – 10:30 BREAK
10:30 – 11:50 Period 5
11:55 – 1:55 Period 6
2:00 – 3:20 Period 7
Send a special Holiday Note and Candy Cane to a friend, teacher or that special someone!
Candy Grams are $1 each and may be purchased outside of The Deans’ Office. Deadline TODAY AT 4:00. They will be delivered in MMM Tuesday!
1. The Salvation Army is in need of any new or gently used toys. Families in the Clarke County School district are in need of coats, jackets, hats, gloves, solid colored sweatshirts, new socks, khakis and weather-related items.
2. We will be collecting these items now through next Friday, Dec. 10.
3. Give your items to your advisor who will keep track of participation.
4. If everyone in your advisory participates, your advisory will receive donuts!
5. The advisory who brings in the most, will receive a dress down week!
The latest issue of The Spartan Review is out now. Please check out the newly redesigned website for lots of great stories, photos, and a holiday movie poll. Happy reading!
Congratulations to senior Sara Mack Lowe for being named Spartan of the Week! (Week of November 29):
“Sara Mack is an active member of the ACAD Drama Department. She has taken acting classes, been a strong participant in the Drama Club, and has performed in several school and community theatre productions. Recently, as a member of the one act company of “Quilters”, Sara Mack’s acting talents were recognized by the Georgia High School Association. She was titled “Best Actress” in the Region One Act Competition and “All Star Cast” in the State One Act Competition. Sara Mack is a beloved member of the Drama Department. Her talents, sense of humor, and leadership will be sorely missed next year! Sara Mack plans to participate in the upcoming Spring production of “Clue” and is excited for what the future holds.“ –Lorraine Thompson, One Act Play
Snapshots: An Acting Showcase
Dec. 9, 2021. (NEW DATE)
7:30 pm in the Presentation Hall
Admission is Free!
Come support your fellow Spartans as they perform scenes and monologues from several comedic and dramatic works. Performers are Will DeLoach, Courtney Coffeen, Wade Slatcher, Collin Edge, Mills Crosland, Lexi Sennowitz, Shelby Ladner, Elizabeth Raeber, Julia Drake, Milaella Murph, Charlie Sanderlin, and Claire Holt.
Mark Your Calendars:
Talent Show – Thursday, January 27 7:00-9:00
Sadie Hawkins/ Winter Dance – Saturday, February 5 8:30-11:00
Mae has been so much fun to teach. She is very driven and takes advice well. I’ve enjoyed seeing her grow her skills and push herself in class. She takes her time and produces great work.
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