We communicate so often without words using a shrug or a facial expression. Many times, our simple gestures that we all recognize don't translate to the same meaning in a different language. French Club will meet via zoom on Wednesday, November 18th at 3:00 to examine gestures and expressions from France and what they mean in that culture. We don't want you to make a faux pas when you travel. Let's have some fun and learn something new. Once again there will be a chance for prizes and a little fun competition. Salut!!!
Attention NHS Students:
NHS would like to learn more about your technology use so we can better support your learning. Last Wednesday, we asked you to participate in an anonymous questionnaire that will only take about 10 minutes to complete.
Your responses are very important because they will help us to determine how we should proceed with our next student device purchase. Should we continue with iPads or should we consider another option? You can help decide!
We are extending the deadline for participation until the end of the day on Friday, November 13th. Please check the original Canvas message from last Wednesday, Nov 4th for the link to the questionnaire.
Thank you for your help.
"Do you enjoy STEM? Not too sure if it's for you? Check out the STEM Today And Tomorrow club! Each month we will explore a different field of either science, technology, engineering, or math. Call Outs will be on November 18th, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday.
The Academic Teams are looking for the best and the brightest to compete in Academic Super bowl. This high school competition is made up of five subject matter teams: English, Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, and Fine Arts, and a sixth interdisciplinary team in which questions may come from any and all of the subject matter rounds.
This year's theme is The American Woman: A Generation of Progress!
Fill out the information on this Google Form for a Google Meet invite:
Come join us for the call out meeting to hear more about how competitions work, important dates, and the specific topics outlined for each team. See Mr. Dollaske, Mr. Swart, Mrs. Hahn, Mrs. Briar, or Mrs. Sturhill for a pass.