Word of the Day
Amy Stoner’s word of the day is evince. Which is to reveal the presence of a quality or feeling. Evince.
Visual/Media Arts Advisory
For this Friday’s Arts Advisory, the vis and media departments will be hosting a Q&A with the arts teachers and a few alumni who graduated from the art ma
Good Ones Magazine
The February edition of Good Ones Magazine will be on sale tomorrow in the cafeteria during all lunches! Magazines are $3, but don’t forget that if you’ve purchased a ticket to the Sweetheart Winter Formal, you get a dollar off your magazine! We accept cash, card, and Apple Pay.
The Color Show
We are now accepting entries for The Color Show in the Main Gallery! Submit work that is predominantly one color/monochromatic. We are accepting limited work for each color of the rainbow. Check the installation outside Grover’s room (131) to see how many works have been submitted per color. Colors accepted: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple.
Have you decided which teacher you’re dressing up as? Tomorrow is Dress like a teacher day -and teachers…you can dress like a student…
Please only take one bagged breakfast in the mornings! Also don’t forget to put in your code when grabbing breakfast! Thank you!
State One Act
Break a leg to the company of PiM’s One Act Play – Lost Girl – who is performing at the State Festival tomorrow! We’re so proud of you!
Highlighting Black Excellence:
Today we celebrate Jeremy O. Harris. Harris is a playwright known for his significant contributions to contemporary theater. Born on February 14, 1989, Harris has gained recognition for his groundbreaking work that explores themes of race, sexuality, and identity. One of Harris’s most notable works is the critically acclaimed play “Slave Play,” which premiered in 2018 and garnered widespread attention for its provocative and thought-provoking exploration of race relations in America. His work is often characterized by a willingness to tackle uncomfortable and complex subjects, fostering dialogue around issues that are sometimes considered taboo. His influence extends beyond the stage, as he actively engages with broader cultural conversations, advocating for greater representation and opportunities for underrepresented voices in the arts.
Random recognition celebrates the achievements and community efforts of you and your peers. Today we recognize a twelfth grade Visual Arts major, Oliver Larsen. Oliver gave a great lighting design presentation in Theatre Tech yesterday. Oliver also does a nice job working outside his comfort zone and engages in activities that make him a well rounded individual. Thank you Oliver for modeling such excellence for your peers.
Mandarin Orange Chicken
Steamed Brown Rice
Assorted Salad Bar
100% Fruit Juice
Choice of Milk
French Pizza Bread