February 28 – Corley Imes
March 3 – Eliza Connolly
March 3 – Jake Garcia
March 4 – Rhodes Kleiber
March 4 – Benton Kleiber
March 5 – Imana Adogu
March 5 – Jarrett Daniels
Spring Break Birthdays:
March 8 – Evan Smith
March 9 – Caroline Hicks
March 10 – Michael Klass
March 10 – Ethan Markewitz
March 11 – Dylan Warmath
March 13 – Jenna Cao
March 13 – Maddox Pugmire
This week is A week and today is a A Day.
What’s going on at 9:45 this week?
Friday – Advisory and ACAD Update
We are happy to report that we have three semifinalists for the 2022 Governor’s Honors Program:
- Seager Hunt – Science /Chemistry
- Julianne Peek – Visual Arts
- Ricardo Urena – World Languages /Spanish
Approximately 3,200 students were nominated to the state-level competition, and over 1,300 of them have been selected as semifinalists for state interviews/auditions in February. All of our applicants should be proud to have been put forward by our faculty.
Join us on Wednesday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Bertelsmann PH for a magical night celebrating Upper School Fine Arts. Luminaria 2022 includes music ensembles from the US band and orchestra, readings from the creative writing students and the Bertelsmann Lobby will come to life with a “pop-up” visual arts exhibit featuring our senior artists. The first Luminaria was organized and presented in 2016. For several years, the event was held in the Bertelsmann Lobby and in 2018 the event was moved to The Foundry and a packed house! This year we are excited to present Luminaria once again on the Athens Academy campus and to a “live” audience. You may be asking – what is a “Luminaria”? Simply put, it is a paper bag with a lit candle inside. Illumination, energy, and warmth are the inspiration of Luminaria and inspire this evening of the Arts.
The Black History Month 2022 theme, “Black Health and Wellness,” explores “the legacy of not only Black scholars and medical practitioners in Western medicine, but also other ways of knowing (e.g., birthworkers, doulas, midwives, naturopaths, herbalists, etc.) throughout the African Diaspora. The 2022 theme considers activities, rituals and initiatives that Black communities have done to be well.”
Math Problem of the Week
What’s going on with RAK?
Remember to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teachers made goody bags and wrote sweet cards to each other!
Dr. Scott’s advisory cleaning up!
Robert gave Hanna a Pay Day when she was really hungry during Lit.
Mosely’s Advisory writing thank you notes:
Our friends at Presbyterian Village loved their Valentines Sign! Thank you to all those who signed it!
Dr. Scott’s freshman eighth period Bio class went on a walk and picked up trash on campus.
Elijah Sultan helped Mrs. Boyd set up a lab!
Renee cleaned her mom’s car and helped her friend study.
Brooks and Kathryn helped each other study!
The Barrow Advisory supported our Spartan Basketball teams!
They also picked up trash and held the door open for each other!
Renee picked up trash, did yoga, did the dishes and gave snacks to her friends!
Lexi took care of herself by drinking lots of water, working out, going for a walk and getting good sleep! She also supported her friend at Senior Night!
Taylor is taking care of our community by recycling!
Walter cleaned the Schacht building
Emmeline helped a friend with homework, exercised, got good sleep, drank plenty of water, prayed for people, made cookies with her family and washed the dishes!
Mary Hollis prayed, exercised at dance, fed her dog, supported friends at bb, and took care of her brother and did the dishes.
Adam takes care of himself by drinking LOTS of water!
Preston Darden: helped AJ Chambers with his job application
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