Monday – B Week, B Day, 9:45 Advisory, 3:20 AP Block 5 Tutorial
8:10 – 9:10 Block 8 (60 minutes)
9:15 – 10:35 Assembly (Shan Foster)
10:35 – 10:45 Break
10:55-11:55 Block 7 (60 minutes)
12:00 – 1:55 Block 6 (back to normal schedule)
1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)
2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)
2:00 – 3:20 Block 5 (back to normal schedule)
Tuesday – B Week, A Day, 9:45 MMM, 3:20 AP Block 1 Tutorial
Wednesday – B Week, B Day, 3:20 AP Block 6 Tutorial
Thursday – B Week, A Day, 9:45 Seminar (11th and 12th: Special Assembly)
Friday – B Week, B Day, 9:45 Class Meetings (9-11)
Join the Latin Club for its Spring Book Drive from now until May 12. Books collected will be benefiting Books for Keeps in Athens, an organization that provides books to children who have limited opportunities to read outside of school. Books can be dropped off at Mr. Butler’s Room in the Lampkin Building (L103). All books, new and used are accepted.
Junior/Senior Prom is Saturday, April 15 from 8:30pm-11:00pm at Graduate Athens (The Foundry). All attendees will need to have a ticket to enter (don’t worry, tickets are no charge). Tickets available from the Deans.
If you plan on bringing a guest from another school, please have that guest complete this form and return it to the Deans by Monday, April 10. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be allowed to enter.
Guest Registration Form
Serving Up a Cure
Block 1 8:10-9:15 (65 min)
Block 2 9:20-10:25 (65 min)
Break 10:25-10:35 (10 min)
Block 4 10:40-11:45 (65 min)
Block 3 11:50-12:55 (65 min)
Lunch 1:00 – 1:55 (lunch provided)
Special 2:00 – 3:20
“Charlie Hutton is a terrific teammate and a true competitor. He was a remarkable 8 for 9 at the plate with 3 RBI and 3 runs scored in the Spartans series victory over Union County. We are very proud of Charlie for his strong work ethic and outstanding attitude.” – Casey Kane, Head Coach Varsity Baseball
Ricardo Urena Wednesday April 12
John Wolfe McLean Friday April 14
Brendan Golish Saturday April 15
Taylor Leach Sunday April 16
John Manuel Newland Sunday April 16
If you believe you can accomplish something, you’ll be able to accomplish it.Jon Rahm
In France, children believe Easter eggs are delivered through church bells ringing.
In 1981, the Rolling Stones sang “A smile relieves a heart that grieves.” Now, research is showing this to be true. Even a “fake smile” tricks the brain and causes the release of happiness hormones. Watch this interesting video to learn even more about this. AND if you want to learn other ways to increase your happiness, read this brief article to learn how to trigger the release of your happiness hormones- Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, and Endorphins.
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