“Never, for the sake of peace and quiet, deny your own experience or convictions.”— Dag Hammarskjold
Garrett Compton & Lauren Peace
Annie Earnshaw, Morgan Batley, Julia Liborio, Emerald Ben, Sara Serulneck, Zach Ranson, Mackenzie O’Brien, Camille Harley, Ayesha Syed and Brian Park demonstrated PASSION when they gave up a student choice to share AP Euro study skills at a panel for current students. Thank you so much!
Aaron Johnson demonstrated great teamwork when he helped several of his peers export audio projects from Garage Band during Spanish class. Even though, he was busy working on his own project, he was willing to help out with a smile on his face! Your teamwork is appreciated Aaron – keep up the good work!
“Missing a shoe? See Dean Zelaya if one of these belongs to you!”
Students and faculty are invited to attend the next installment of the TED Talk Thursday series TODAY during lunch in room 616 (college counseling room ACROSS from Mrs. Morrell’s classroom). Join us at 11:25 as we watch a few brief videos about gun control and then discuss both sides of the issue.
The next Senior off campus lunch will be Wednesday November 4 from 11:15-12:00. Any senior hoping to take advantage of this privilege must be certain they turned in their off campus lunch form , be in good academic standing and have no outstanding Community Restoration. Hoping for a safe, enjoyable lunch experience
If you are interested in being a member of the 2015-2016 BASKETBALL CHEERLEADING TEAM, there will be a interest meeting THIS Friday at 3:00 in the college counseling room (616)! Please let me Coach Bowden know if you are interested but can not make it to the meeting. Her email is email@example.com.
National Mix It Up at Lunch Day is Tuesday, October 27th!!
Tuesday is national Mix It Up at Lunch Day and Ms. Eury’s ELP class is sponsoring an event that will hopefully bring awareness to our community to be more inclusive while having a fun day to meet new people!!
What is Mix It Up day?
“A national campaign launched by Teaching Tolerance over a decade ago, Mix It Up at Lunch Day encourages students to identify, question and cross social boundaries.” Teaching Tolerance is a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center and we are delighted to partner with them again this year!!
Here is what you can expect:
1. In advisory on Tuesday, you will receive a sticker. Please wear the sticker on the front of your shirt to the top left to make it easier for everyone to see.
2. Throughout the day, please actively look for students with the same stickers and introduce yourself if you do not already know one another. Further (and most importantly), we hope that you will embrace the day and find new people to eat lunch with in your sticker group. The goal is to make new friends! The members of the ELP class will hold special activities for each group at lunch.
3. You can nominate students throughout the day that “go beyond” and truly embrace the spirit of the day. To nominate a student, simply email their names to Mr. K or Ms. Eury. Please include why/how you believe they embraced the day!
4. Have fun, break down social barriers and please keep it going throughout the day!