March 21 – Lucy Hollingsworth March 21 – Ava York March 23 – Hadley Spurlock March 24 – Luke Cooper March 25 – Chamberlain Lunceford March 25 – Peyton Wheeler March 26 – John Arnold March 26 – Claire Holt
New Zealand’s national bird, the kiwi, has bounced back, with the North Island brown kiwi population predicted to grow more than 10% in the next three generations!
Friday – This is a Thursday Schedule (A Day)
9:45 Meetings this week!
Friday – Class Meetings 9-11
Congratulations to our State Literary Meet Champions!
Please don’t bother them or be near the banks of the ponds unless you are with a teacher.
“Elliott has been one of our most dependable players this year. He is undefeated in singles and doubles play. As a senior Elliott has been a great leader and will play whatever position is asked of him without hesitation. It’s refreshing as a coach to have a player who only cares about what’s best for the team. I can’t wait to see how Elliott performs the rest of the season.” –Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
“Adelaide has continuously improved throughout the season and the last few weeks she’s playing the best tennis I’ve seen from her. She’s coachable and willing to do whatever is needed to help the team succeed. I am looking forward to seeing Adelaide continue to grow as a person and a player” –Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
CARE Club members cut over 150 pillow case templates on Saturday. We still have some volunteer opportunities available before PJammin’ on April 13th. If you would like to volunteer, come by SA-104 (Mrs. Chester’s room) to help!
SERVING UP A CURE
Thursday, April 28
8-10 people per team
$10/person entry fee
Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15