Behind the scenes in Arabic class.
REMINDER! Please Complete Your Re-Enrollment Agreements
Reminders for 2022-2023 re-enrollment agreements were sent today. Thank you in advance for completing your agreement by March 31, 2022. If you need help or have questions, please reach out directly to Justine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: We will not be hosting Presentation of Learning Days (3/23 and 3/24) but will instead be integrating this work in the spring. Stay tuned!
As our school continues to grow, we’re looking for exceptional math and science educators for the 2022-2023 school year. Know someone who would be a great fit? Let us know or send them to our website for details on how to apply.
Ninth-graders did a special Fieldwork Expedition this week to visit sites they’ve been studying in Revolutions & Citizenship. They saw where Thomas Paine wrote “Common Sense” and the places where secret meetings were held to plan the American Revolution. They visited Independence Hall where both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed. They also saw the nation’s first stock exchange which the students were able to connect to their studies in Investment Club.
US History students did a micro Fieldwork Expedition this week to an exhibit in the lobby of the Kimmel Center a block south of the school. The “Seat at the Table” exhibition connects women’s history with contemporary issues. We have been studying the Progressive Era including the 19th Amendment which guaranteed women the right to vote. The exhibit ties that moment 100 years ago to current social movements working toward gender equality. (Also March is Women’s History month.)
Dr. Argie met with the students and led a conversation about strategies to manage our emotions and basic steps for health and mental wellness. Students investigated their superpowers and look forward to sharing them at our next meeting!
Anime club studied the movie Attack on Titans while Community Service Club put together our new recycling bins.
Future 11th-grade REVterns engaged in identifying their strengths and capabilities through interviews and self-reflection this week. They will continue to build interview skills in preparation for our REVternship Expo where students will meet our summer partners. Ask your student what knowledge, skills, or experiences they would like to develop in the REVtersnship, and why those choices. Click HERE for the strengths and goals grid.
School Closed (Professional Development Day)
Friday, March 25
School Closed (Spring Break)
Monday, March 28 – Friday, April 1
April Parent Hour
Monday, April 4, 7:00 – 8:00 PM
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Meeting ID: 819 4099 4911 Passcode: 967526