Tuesday, March 25, 2014
This week's Top Puppy winner is Corey Graff!
"I would like to nominate Corey Graff for Top Puppy. For his Senior Project, he wrote AND directed the one-act play, Out of the Rye, based on J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye. Not only was his play professionally polished and engaging on the stage, but his analysis and commentary on the themes from Catcher were both sophisticated AND sophisticatedly woven though out his story! So impressed and proud of Corey!"
(nominated by Ms. Steph Corbin)
This week's winner for Top Puppy is a representative of the unbeaten state champion hockey team: Jeremy Myers.
As a member of the boys hockey team, he stepped up his efforts during the playoffs, especially in the final game. He scored two goals and never stopped moving when he was on the ice. Congratulations Jeremy and to all our winter sports athletes for an outstanding season!
(nominated by Ms. Sandy Willey)
Congratulations to Pamela Perez, Ana Carrillo, Petra Hoke, Connor Russell, Andrew Verge, Oscany DeJesus and Eli Guzzi who all presented during World Language Week. The student presenters did a wonderful job teaching their peers something new about a variety of topics including Colombia, Chile, Spanish guitar, Argentian, the Dominican Republic and Italy.
A special thanks as well to the World Language Club members (French, Mandarian, ASL, Latin and Spanish) that worked behind the scenes organizing many aspects to make this week happen.
(nominated by Ms. Chenette)