April 25 – Will Dugas
April 27 – Parker McCleary
“It’s important I surround myself with people who make me happy”
The UN has awarded David Attenborough the title of Champion of the Earth!
This is an A week and today is a B Day
What’s happening at 9:45 this week?
Tuesday – MMM
Thursday – Special Schedule, see below, Serving Up A Cure
Friday – Class Meetings
We will begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections next Tuesday, May 3. These are the five people you see on stage each Tuesday during mid-morning meetings. These positions have certain qualifications and job descriptions which you can find below and here
. If you have questions please reach out to Mrs. Farmer.
Student Body President: Senior (Junior this year) who has served on Student Government for at least one year
Student Body Vice President: Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served on Student Government for at least one year
Director of Communications: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Director of Finance: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Director of Events: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Candidates should notify Mrs. Farmer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
by this Friday, April 29. The student body will hear speeches next Tuesday, May 3 with electronic voting also beginning on May 3 and concluding May 4. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors vote in this election.
Judiciary Board and Honor Council Nominations will be the week of May 9.
17 Ambassador interviews and selection will take place in August.
Class Officer elections for grades 9-12 will take place in September.
“Cristina has really come along the past month and given our team a big confidence boost going into the State Tournament. She has been a true team player no matter where I put her in the lineup. I’m looking forward to seeing her compete the rest of the postseason.“ – Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
“From the first day I met Cohen, he has shown me that he is willing to work as hard as he possibly can everyday. He is a great teammate and leader and he is just coming into his own on the tennis court. His best tennis is ahead of him and I can’t wait to see it!“ –Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
Literary Review Prize Winner: “Pac-Man” by Oliver Carrigan
Honorable Mention: “The Magnitude of Womanhood” by Kate Hicks
Honorable Mention: “Sawyer” by Elizabeth Raeber
Keep your eyes out for these stories and more when the magazine arrives in May!
Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00
The Foundry/The Graduate Athens
Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.
If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.
SERVING UP A CURE
Thursday, April 28
8-10 people per team
$10/person entry fee
Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet
Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!
Donation Bins Located in Myers Gallery, Williams, Lampkin, Trustees
If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.
Schedule for the day
Block 8 8:10-9:15 (65 min)
Block 5 9:20-10:25 (65 min)
Break 10:25-10:35 (10 min)
Block 7 10:40-11:45 (65 min)
Block 6 11:50-12:55 (65 min)
Lunch 1:00 – 1:55 Pizza lunch provided
Serving Up a Cure 2:00 – 3:20
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College Visit Calendar
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