He who thanks but with lips
Thanks but in part;
The full, the true Thanksgiving – J.A Shedd
Day 3 schedule scienceDrops
- Birthdays: Rachel Fitzpatrick
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Savana Gandy showed KINDNESS when she assisted someone who was falling while on the treadmill. Thanks, Savana!
Michael Sanders Showed KINDNESS when he helped Mrs. Otey out in a
pinch. Cougar Growl
Students are invited to participate in the second annual International Festival!
WHAT EXACTLY IS THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL?
The festival is a celebration of the many cultures that form the Upper School. Students are invited to represent a country of their heritage or a country close to their “heart.”
WHEN IS THE FESTIVAL?
The festival is scheduled for Friday, November 21st during student life (10:20 – 11:15) in Taylor Hall
WHAT EXACTLY DO I HAVE TO DO?
This year’s theme focuses on the festivals and holidays of a country. Students are asked to share the details and practices that define the
festivals and/or holidays. Below are some ideas to consider:
The flag of your country
- Arts and Crafts
- Traditional clothing
- Foods (with ingredients listed)
MAY I WORK WITH A FRIEND?
Certainly! You may work on your own or, if you prefer, work with a friend.
WHAT COUNTRIES ARE REPRESENTED SO FAR?
Countries already represented include:
Argentina,Bahamas,Chile,China,Colombia,Costa Rica,Finland,France,Guatamala,India,Jamaica,La República Dominicana,Mexico,Nicaragua,Panamá,Perú,Poland,Puerto Rico,Serbia,South Korea,Spain,Switzerland,Uruguay .A country may be represented by more than one team.
HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE?
If you are interested in representing a country, please email Mr. Kmidowski with the following information:
- Your name
- Your country you will represent
After school events: