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Friday, October 11, 2013

What's on the Docket # 11 - October 14 to October 20

QUOTE OF THE WEEK –
“Busy does not mean purposeful.” Tracy Coskie and Michelle Hornof

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Group Activity Photographs: will take place beginning next week. Here is the link to the schedule.
  • Annual String Festival: Tuesday, 15 October from 8:10 to 15:15 with a final concert at 19:30 in the BBT – free admission.
  • PSAT: for grades 10 & 11 in upstairs classrooms of A and B buildings at 8:10 on Wednesday, 16 October (Periods 1 and 2).
8:05- 9:35
Baumgarten/Keenan A-21/A-22
Berg A-23
Moraes A-24

Boyd B-3
Reynolds B-6
Flindt B-21
La France B-22
Daniel B- 24
Hinshaw (OLC students) - B-25

9:35- 11:05

Copeland/Zoppei A-21/A-22

Jensen A-23
Klassen A-24

Doro B-3
Oksness B-6
Collins B-21
Potter B-22
Santos B- 24
Hinshaw (OLC students) - B-25
  • Photography Class visit: to Sebastião Salgado exhibit at 09:35 on Thursday, 17 October – back by 14:00.
  • “SEEK THE UNKNOWN” Library Writing Contest: Grades 6-10 Students will write a short story about an Extraterrestrial character. They may present it in any format, preferably online which allows for maximum ease of access. Deadline is October 30. For more information see Mrs. Zanforlin or Mrs. Pannunzio.
  • CAS opportunity – PTA Thanksgiving Lunch on Saturday, 23 November: The Thanksgiving Lunch at Graded is one of the great traditions at our school. In order to make it work we require students to volunteer to work. The work shifts will be one and a half hours long beginning at 11:00 and ending at 15:30. If you volunteer the price of the lunch ticket will be reduced to R$20 and volunteers will receive CAS credit for their contribution to this great community event. A sign up Google Doc will be made available soon. For more information contact suzanne.ferreira@gmail.com 

COLLEGE VISITS
Oct 15: Middlebury, Oberlin, Uni. of Virginia, Uni. North Carolina, Chapel Hill (at 14:40 in the Hallway)
Oct 17: Uni. of London, Queen Mary, Babsn, Emory, Hofstra, Ringling, Sarah Lawrence, St Michaels, Uni. Rochester, Uni. Miami, Uni. of Bristol (12:35 in the Hallway)
Oct 17: UK College Fair (15:15 -18:00 in the Covered Court)
Oct 18: Suffolk University and Northern Michigan (at 12:35 in the Hallway)
           
GAMES/TRAVELLING EAGLES:
Oct 15: V Soccer vs Chapel
Oct 16: V Basketball vs St Pauls
Oct 18: V Basketball vs EAC
Oct 17-20: GIN Conference to Quito

FLEX PERIOD
Monday, October 14

12
11
10
9
Parent Teacher Conferences (all day)
PLAN Test at 13:00




Tuesday, October 15
12
11
10
9

Assembly - Auditorium






Thursday, October 17 (Talon)

12
11
10
9
Meeting
 in Auditorium
(take a pen)
Talon excused
Free Study Hall
&
Structured Study Hall in B6
Free Study Hall
&
Structured Study Hall in B6
Counseling
Group 3 in B21
Last names
Lopez to Pires
&
Structured Study Hall in B6










Friday, October 18 (SAB)

12
11
10
9
CAS Group 2
in A9
Last Names
Lara to Zuccolo
&
Structured Study Hall in B6
College Visits
&
Structured Study Hall in B6
Counseling
Group 3 in B21
Last names
Maia to Rodrigues
&
Structured Study Hall in B6
College Visits
&
Structured Study Hall in B6


DAY BY DAY


Monday, October 14  – No School – Parent Teacher Conferences



Tuesday, October 15 – Day D
Cancer Shelter: 12:55-13:10 in B10
National Upgrade: Lunch time in A3
HACIA: 15:15 in B25
The Laramie Project: Rehearsal at 4:00-5:45
Performing Choir: 3:15 in Choir Room
GBC: 3:15-4:15 in the Tennis Courts
MUN: 3:15 to 4:00 in A22
HACIA: 3:15 in B25 beginning September
Olimpiadas de Historia: 3:10-4:00 in B25
Structured Study Hall: 3:15 to 17:00 in B21


Wednesday, October 16 – Day A – Library closed after school
GAA: Lunch in B3
Professional Development: All students leave school at 2:40
Jazz Band Rehearsal: 2:50-4:05
Developers' Association (GDA): 2:40 in B31
Grastonomy4Geeks: 2:50-3:50 in B10


Thursday, October 17 – Day B
GIN: Lunch in B10
Baking for All: Lunch in Snack Bar
Ilha do Cardoso: 3:15 in D28
Entrepreneurial Enterprise (GEE): 3:15-4:00 in D26
The Laramie Project: Rehearsal at 4:00-5:45
Gradio: in D1
Sister School: 3:15-4:00 in B24
Harmony: 3:15-4:00 in the Ensemble Room
LAFF: 3:15-4:00 in E24
CB Tennis: 3:15-4:00 in the Tennis Courts
Structured Study Hall: 3:15 to 17:00 in B21


Friday, October 18 – Day C
Speak Up: Lunch in B10 – Stigmatization of Mental Illnesses – Any student or teacher welcome to this discussion
Day Care: 3:15-4:00 in the LS Playground
Debate: 3:15-4:00 in B24
Cancer Shelter Visit: 3:15 to 4:45
The Laramie Project: Rehearsal at 4:00-5:45


Weekend – Saturday
FALA Classes: 10:00-12:00 in A and B wings
GAA Visit: AILA


BIRTHDAYS
Oct 14:
Oct 15: Michael Kern (9)
Oct 16:Gabriel Estrada Bianchi (9), Maria Moretzohn (9)
Oct 17: Victor Chang (11), Guilherme Pires de Oliveira Dias (11)
Oct 18: Rucky Pires (11), Lucas Zuccolo (12), Karen Kandelman (12)
Oct 19:
Oct 20:Cris Moraes Barros ( HS Teacher), Sofia Soares Pinto (10)


DOWN THE ROAD
Brazilian Daylight Savings - Sunday, October 19 00:00 becomes 01:00.

Oct 21-23: Guest Speaker Libby Stephens
Oct 21-25 Morrisby Testing Feedback
Oct 21: College visits: Rollins, Furman, Ripon, Johns Hopkins (12:40 Hallway)
Oct 22: Soccer Semi Final
Oct 24 -30: Visiting Author Yumi Heo
Oct 24: College visits: Hamilton, Kalamazoo, Rhodes College visits (12:40 Hallway), Math League Contest (12:35-13:05), Debate Tournament vs. Chapel and Campinas
Oct 25: Basketball Semi Finals - Spirit Day, 
Oct 26: ACT
Oct 27-30: Little 8 Soccer
Oct 28: Laureate International Universities (12:440 Hallway)
Oct 30 - Nov 2: Little 8 Basketball
Oct 31: Halloween Benefit Bash - Jazz Band


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