Word of the Day
Alex Stoner’s word of the day is argle-bargle Which is a large amount of useless writing or speech. Argle-bargle.
February NO SHAME Gallery
Have been working on a really cool art piece in one of your classes or in your free time? We want to see it! The application for the February NO SHAME Gallery is still open. QR codes to submit work are on posters found around the building or on your advisory google classrooms.
‘The Battle of Boat’ Tech Crews
Sign-ups for Light, Sound, Costume, and Run crews for our upcoming musical production are still open! It’s not too late to be part of the magic behind the scenes. All are welcome to join! You can find the sign-up forms, as well as all rehearsal and performance dates on the PiM Crew Google Classroom page.
‘The Battle of Boat’ Build Calls
A reminder that we have Build Calls every Saturday at noon right here at school! Anyone is welcome to come and lend a hand in the construction of our set for ‘The Battle of Boat’, and learn some handy carpentry skills from a pro!
Are you a creative writer with a vision for the future? Have you ever asked yourself: What happens if we take action to protect the planet?
If the answer is YES! – consider submitting your work to the, Create the Future Writing Competition! If you want more details, you can find them in the announcements in your Advisory Google Classroom.
Next Week’s Schedule
Remember, Monday we do not have school. Spend the day reflecting on the contributions of Martin Luther King, Jr.. Tuesday is the last instructional day for classes. Wednesday is Block 1 and Block 2 Finals with a 12pm release. Thursday the schedule is altered a little bit. We are going to do Covid testing in the morning. We will start the day with Advisory, then you will go to your Block 3 final and then your Block 4 Final. On Thursday school will be released at 12:30pm. Make sure to bring some snacks because lunch will not be offered on Thursday. Then, Friday is a day off for students as teachers grade finals and prepare for Quarter 3.
Random recognition celebrates the achievements and community efforts of you and your peers. Today we recognize a Junior Theatre Major. Grant Davis, you are randomly recognized because of your “can do” attitude, your willingness to help out and your ability to recognize when something needs to get done. Thank you Grant for having an awareness of the world around you and for lending a hand when there is a need!
French Toast & Turkey Sausage