“Keep away from people who belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.”— Mark Twain
Jamie Bumgarner, Will Combs, Madison Holmes, Arron Johnson, and Christina Stylianou showed KINDNESS by helping Mr. D haul music gear from his car to the band room.
There is going to be a Bake Sale outside Foundation Hall on Monday December 7th to raise money for Mental Health Awareness! It will be during Lunch, Break, and Student Choice. We will be selling assorted treats and will hold a raffle for a HUGE cookie cake!!! All treats are $1!!! We will also be selling pre orders for fun Mental Health Awareness bracelets and t-shirts! This is a part of the Freshman Service Project. See you there!
Feeling anxious or stressed about upcoming exams?
What: EMPOWER! Club De-Stress Week
When: Dec. 7-11 Lunch and/or Break
Why: To mentally & emotionally prepare for exam week
Meditate-Pet a Dog- Sip
Monday: Meditation with Mr. Coggins- 11:45-12 Foundation Hall
Tuesday: Visit Wynn the Therapy Dog- 11:15-12 Gazebo
Wednesday: Free Hot Chocolate Bar- 10:15-10:45 Cafeteria
Thursday: Visit with Tank the Pit Bull Therapy Dog- 11:15-12 Gazebo
Friday: Vinyl Lunch with Mr. K- 11:15-12 Library Annex
ClubPrime Senior parking spaces for the second semester will be auctioned off to underclassmen starting next week. Please submit your bid by December 14th so you do not have to walk up that long hill this Winter season! Winners will be notified after midterm exams. Please submit bid to Mrs. Ramsey .
Reminders: Seniors only may eat lunch in the upper school hallways, commons ,lounge etc. Underclassmen can eat lunch in a classroom with permission from a teacher only. All students must clean up after themselves. Please be advised that teachers have the right to issue infractions if this policy is not respected.
Please note schedule for the morning of Tuesday, December 8th:
8:15-9:10- CPAC for Community Meeting
9:15-10:40- C Block
10:45-11:15- Student Choice
The rest of the day will follow regular schedule.
Looking for a way to make a difference this holiday season? Join me in collecting clothing or the community of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. There will be bins throughout the upper school for clothing donations! See the list below for what we need, and email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
Honduras Clothing Collection List
· Women’s blouses and sweaters (x-small – x-large)
· Women’s pants and skirts (all sizes)
· Men’s jeans (all sizes)
· T-shirts (all sizes, men and women)
· Soccer cleats (all sizes, boys and girls)
· Children’s shoes (all sizes, boys and girls)
Attention all 4 square players: Due to trash and graffiti left in the corner outside of the cafeteria, students will no longer be able to play 4 square in said location.