ADVISORY AGENDA February 21


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                                          ” You can, you should, and if your brave enough to start, you will.”-Stephen King

                                                                                 Day no  drops

                                                                                  Student Life: 10:20-11:15
                                                      Freshman: Advisory activity, “take a stand”
                                                                     Sophomore: Advisory activity, “metacognition”
                                                                     Juniors: College counseling give back
                                                                     Seniors: senior breakfast planning

 Birthdays:   Nicholas Tubbs, 2/22 Zack Venos  2/23 Jack Amoroso

House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield Integritas Shield

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                                                                       Core Values

 

Ms. Eury joyfully works with students.

Ms. Eury joyfully works with students.

Jordan Jackson demonstrated teamwork by helping to set up equipment and to break down tables and chairs for Cannon Culture’s Nelson Mandela Day.  Apologies to Jordan for leaving his name out of yesterday’s core value awards

Mrs. Hylton engages her freshmen during class.

Mrs. Hylton engages her freshmen during class.

 

Elliott  Anderson ,Ellie McGeough, and John Knox demonstrated KINDNESS when they invited a lower school student to join them in a game.  Thank you for being kind and inclusive, and making a second grader’s day! 

Shout out to Charlie Powell for being an adaptive expertise when the mic in community meeting failed to work. Great job.

Jack Amorosa, Katie McClanahan, Nick Rossitch , Grace Swink and Davis Nelson showed their PASSION for travel and adventure with fellow students at the College Counseling Lunch and learn Thursday. Thanks for being willing to share your experience and educate others on the importance of using summer wisely!

 Ajia Caldwell demonstrated COURAGE and PASSION when she wrote and presented a speech about President Nelson Mandela to the US student body.  Way to go, Ajia! 

Sarah Dockery demonstrated INTEGRITY when she notified a teacher that test security may have been compromised. Thank you, Sarah!

 Danielle Phillips showed RESPECT for her school by staying after the Student Life program on Summer Programs to help clean up popscicle wrappers left behind by her fellow freshman classmates!  Thank you Danielle!

Public Proclamations:

Leadership Lunch: Come hear Todd Hartung speak about the importance of being prepared. 11:15 Foundation Hall

Wishing our band members well today as they perform at J. M. Robinson.

A few students asked about the music selection in the  Mandela movie that was shown in Community meeting yesterday.  FYI:It’s The Piano Guys: Either Way (song). It’s an instrumental version of Guster’s Either Way.

 Mr. Rogers and Mrs. Armstrong are offering an after-school studio on Tuesdays for interested art students who wish to work on individual development/processes or class work.  The first CREATIVE GENIUS COLLABORATIVE will happen on February 25th from 3:00-4:15 pm.   Please come by and check it out!  

 

Student Council Elections are right around the corner. Got great ideas and want to help lead the school?  Think about running for office. See Mr. Booker, Ms. Harly or Mrs. Ramsey if you want to help make 2014- 2015 school year amazing.

Students are beginning to campaign for Student Council elections.

Students are beginning to campaign for Student Council elections.

Juniors peer revise their history papers.

Juniors peer revise their history papers.

Students and faculty are invited to attend a recognition ceremony for senior athletes Rachel Dyl, Anna Estep, and Thomas Price. These three individuals will be taking their talents to the collegiate level. Come celebrate with them this Friday during Student Choice in Foundation Hall.

Students prepare to teach swing dancing to their classmates who are learning about the roaring 20's.

Students prepare to teach swing dancing to their classmates who are learning about the roaring 20’s.

Upper School Students: Are you ready for summer?  It’s not too soon to begin planning!  The Summer Opportunities Lunch & Learn Series is a great way to learn from your peers about interesting, fun and rewarding experiences.  College Counseling is hosting this series in Foundation Hall from 11:15 – 12:00 on the

dates listed below.  You are welcome to come to any and all of the panel discussions – bring a friend and plan your summer adventure!

 

February 27th:    Work, Internship & Volunteer Programs (how to find an internship, turn volunteering into long-term rewarding experiences, make money)

 

Mr. Dunn's class took a group Word Within the Word quiz.

Mr. Dunn’s class took a group Word Within the Word quiz.

 

Spanish Club meeting has been rescheduled to Friday, February 21 during Student Choice.  In addition to taking our yearbook photo, we will be discussing ideas and events for this semester.

 

  

     

 

                                            

              

 

 

 

Ms. Pinto works diligently to keep our school running smoothly.

Ms. Pinto works diligently to keep our school running smoothly.

 After School Events:

Mrs. Hine works to prepare her math students.

Mrs. Hine works to prepare her math students.

Band Field Trip – All County Honors Band Trip
1:15 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: Jay M Robinson High School
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Open House Saturday from 1-3 .

Mr. Coggins keeps the interest of his students .

Mr. Coggins keeps the interest of his students .