April 6, 2017 3:00 PM
Breakfast: Fried Rice
School Lunch: Mushroom Cheeseburger
Plate Lunch: Steak
School Lunch: Chicken Nuggets
Plate Lunch: Spinach Lasagna
Middle School Trial Schedule - Through Thursday, April 13. Please refer to the Trial Schedule to view the schedule or read Dr. Priester's blog for more details.
Middle and High School schedule for next week, April 10-13:
Color Me Happy Club meeting Monday, April 10 during lunch. Bring your lunch and iPad to Wood Hall and meet in the DaVinci Studio. We will be preparing the cover to the coloring book.
Share your talents in the statewide Brown Bags to Stardom middle school competition on May 13. Deadline to register is April 31 - go to www.brownbagstostardom.com for more details.
Summer Discovery introduces students to the college experience in an environment that is intellectually stimulating, culturally and socially enriching, and fun! Visit www.summerdiscovery.com and www.discoveryinternships.com for up-to-date program details, dates, and tuition. Plus, see photos from this past summer.
Barnard College Summer Programs provide a wonderful opportunity for rising high school junior and senior girls to enjoy a pre-college experience and college preparation while exploring New York City. For more information, including dates and fees, please visit www.barnard.edu/summer.
Columbia University School of Professional Studies (New York) Summer Programs are for students entering grades 11-12. Students can take an intensive course, attend Columbia University classes with undergraduate students, or live and study outside of the United States through the Summer Global Immersion Program. For more information and to apply, visit sps.columbia.edu/hs.
Stanford University Pre-Collegiate Studies produces an array of programs for academically talented young students everywhere. Programs are available online and in-person, during the summer and year-round, and feature broad exploration or intense study in a single subject.
For more information and to apply, visit spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself.
Babson College Summer Study is a residential program for rising high school juniors and seniors that lets students earn college credit as they gain real-world business insights. Surrounded by other aspiring entrepreneurs from around the world, students discuss ideas with our engaging faculty, develop their personal brand, and create a new business venture while experiencing life on a college campus. For more information and to apply, visit www.babson.edu/summerstudy.
Duke University's Global Giver Academy allows students the opportunity not only to learn the ins and outs of philanthropy by earning 60 community service hours at local charities, but also the chance to engage in advocacy firsthand. As an acting "board member" of a local charity, you will make a case of for your favorite organization and have the opportunity to benefit it in a huge way. Submit your application by April 14th for the summer of a lifetime!
BYU-Hawaii Holomua is a 6-day college preparation program that helps high school students prepare to succeed at Brigham Young University-Hawaii. Through Holomua, students are introduced to the knowledge, skills, and resources that will assist them in their educational journey at BYU-Hawaii. Apply online at: https://admissions.byuh.edu/holomua.
Landmark College Summer Programs for rising Juniors and Seniors and a Summer Transition to College Program for college-bound seniors. These programs are designed to keep students who learn differently engaged, inspired and on track for the fall. Also, providing students with key study skills and strategies so they can start the new school year with confidence - and an understanding of their learning strengths and needs. For more information and to apply, visit landmark.edu/summer.
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting necir.org, based at Boston University's College of Communication, is again offering the Investigative Journalism Workshop http://studentprograms.necir.org/high-school-summer-investigative-reporting-workshop/faculty/. The three two-week workshops begin on June 26 and run through August 4. During each session, students participate in seminars and work alongside veteran journalism teachers and award-winning local and national reporters on investigative stories that challenge students' critical thinking and research skills. For more information and to apply, visit http://studentprograms.necir.org/high-school-summer-investigative-reporting-workshop/.
We encourage you to attend the visits. They are an excellent opportunity to learn more about what colleges have to offer. New college visits are added daily. You can find the most updated list of college visits on Naviance (Family Connection) connection.naviance.com/midpac (under "Colleges" tab and click on "view all upcoming college visits"). If you will be missing a class, you must first ask your teacher for permission AND sign up at least two days in advance on Naviance. You will be responsible for any work missed. Please check the Daily Bulletin and Family Connection for updates and new additions. All juniors and seniors are welcome to attend. If you have any questions, please stop by the College Counseling Office.
The bold italic events are #Pueo Pride events. For a complete list of events, please visit the Athletics page. Go Owls!