“I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” — G.K. Chesterton
2nd Quarter House Standings
Michael Baker, Austin Cindric, Sean Lytle, and Floris Stratman demonstrated amazing TEAMWORK for coming late Thursday to help Mr. D set the stage for the Jazz show.
Alex Holloway and Madeline Zandhuis demonstrated KINDNESS when she volunteered to clean up a mess outside of Mrs. Stavrakas’s room.
Upper School Student Drivers,
Tuesday, November 8th we will have visitors on campus for voting. To accommodate traffic flow near the buildings:
Juniors and Sophomores – Park on the practice field located to the left of the baseball field. There will be maintenance workers directing you to park there.
Juniors – Please park down by the baseball field and no farther up than the lower tennis courts.
Seniors – You may park in senior parking, but know that faculty may be parking there as well. You can park down the road toward the baseball field as long as it is in an actual spot (not on the grass). Thanks in advance!
Tuesday, November 8th, we will celebrate our democracy and Election Day with KidsVoting! Please stop by the Private Dining Room between classes, during breaks and lunch, and during student choice to vote! The AP Gov students and ELP classes will also be collecting exit poll data. In order to fully celebrate our right to vote and democratic values, please wear your red, white, and blue that day! Since we are a precinct for regular voting and KidsVoting, students may not wear political shirts supporting particular candidates and/or issues since electioneering activities are not allowed too close the voting polls.
ITS BACK!!! Cannon Math Competition on November 10th (Math Drop Day) in the Academic Center. Challenges for all levels and PRIZES!!! Ask your math teacher today!
HEY EVERYONE! I AM TAYLOR WATSON AND THIS YEAR FOR MY CAPSTONE I AM SUPPORTING SAMARITAN’S PURSE OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD. I AM COLLECTING ITEMS TO FILL SHOE BOXES TO SEND OVERSEAS TO CHILDREN IN UNDEVELOPED COUNTRIES. THE ITEMS I AM ASKING TO BE DONATED ARE ON A LIST BY MY POSTERS AND BINS THAT ARE LOCATED THROUGHOUT THE UPPER SCHOOL. TIME IS LIMITED TO DONATE SO AS MUCH PARTICIPATION AS POSSIBLE WOULD BE FANTASTIC SO WE CAN MAKE UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS! THANK YOU!! DONATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FROM THURSDAY 11/3 THROUGH WEDNESDAY 11/16
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