“Trade your expectation to appreciation and the world changes instantly.”-Tony Robbins
This week’s schedule:
Lia Easton, Alicia Equan, Ava Robinson, Maya Goldsberry, Amaya King and Kyndal Perry exhibited superb TEAMWORK as they planned a well-executed surprise farewell party for Ms. Harley.
Shoutout to Trin Mathis for her KINDNESS and helping a friend set up for Ms. Harley’s party.
Dear House Humanitas,
We would love for you to help design our house t-shirts for next year! If your t-shirt design is chosen, you will receive a $25 Amazon gift card and donuts for your advisory! Submit your design or idea to this Google Form by this Friday, May 21! Thank you!
Humanitas Leadership Team
Congratulations to Rayyan Syed ‘24 who received the title of “Laureate of the First Degree” after winning FIRST PLACE in the “La Culture Slave a Paris” International Piano Competition held by Vision Euro Media. Rayyan performed the song Hugarian Sonata composed by Richard Clayderman, and his performance was judged by European music professionals in Paris, France. Rayyan has been playing the piano for 6 years with his teacher, Mrs. Maria Selpackis, and he loves the piano as it allows him to “express his feelings and emotions through music and song.” Congratulations, Rayyan!
Jodi Picoult will be speaking virtually to Cannon on Tuesday, May 25th at 11:30 am.Picoult, a graduate of Princeton and Harvard University, is a New York Times Bestselling author who has written 26 books that have been translated into 34 languages in 35 countries. Her works include Small Great Things, My Sister’s Keeper, and A Spark of Light.