“Change is hard because people overestimate the value of what they have—and underestimate the value of what they may gain by giving that up.” — James Belasco and Ralph Stayer
Grace Kramer, Blake Tracy, and Bailey Jones helped Symone Walker and Azlynn Anderson color and write Basketball signs for the basketball players.
Next Thursday, December 7 during lunch, Spectrum will be hosting a discussion Domestic Violence in the Library Annex that’s open for everyone to attend!
Student Choice on Thursday 12/7: meet with your AM Winterm Teachers at the location they communicate.
Student Choice on Friday 12/8: meet with your PM Winterm Teachers at the location they communicate.
Project Wrap-In is Coming on December 6th, 2017!
Each student is asked to bring in one new, unused gift ($5- $15) to store in homeroom the week of December 4. Students in grades 9th-12th may instead buy a gift for a young child of any age with their own gender in mind if they would like; however, keep in mind
that children benefiting from this outreach opportunity may also be teens. Additionally, students are asked to bring wrapping materials like wrapping paper, TAPE, ribbon, bows, etc. Our hope for all students is:
- Bring in one present ($5-$15).
- Contribute wrapping paper and/or other wrapping supplies. Extra tape is very helpful!
- Bring a giving and positive attitude.
- Have fun!
We are looking forward to making a difference in the lives of many children! If
you have any questions please feel free to contact the following:
Muskan Uppal: email@example.com
Caroline Livingston: firstname.lastname@example.org
Connie Stavrakas, Faculty Head of Project Wrap- In and Upper School Service Coordinator: email@example.com