Announcements 3-7-17

Elyse Luecke, Web Editor-in-Chief

Creative Writing Club will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Mrs. O’Donnell’s room (401) starting the week after spring break. You will be free to work on your own projects, or get help brainstorming personal projects if you are interested in writing but need some direction. Mrs. O’Donnell will be available to help you brainstorm, give you feedback, help you get unstuck, give you space and time to write, and help you search contest/publication opportunities if you are interested. The whole idea is that you would have time to work on projects that you want to work on, aside from assigned projects in English classes.

The Lower Academy Dance classes are having their showcase Thursday, March 9th. The show starts at 6:30pm and doors open at 6.

SLU 1818 tuition (dual credit courses) is due to SLU by April 1, 2017. Students must pay their tuition by this date, directly to SLU, or take the risk of being dropped from the SLU roster and not receiving the earned college credit.

The Missouri Fine Arts Academy has a history of providing high school students with an immersive, college-level summer experience in the interdisciplinary arts. It is a three-week long, free program held at Missouri State University for rising sophomores and juniors. Congratulations to the following students for being accepted to Missouri Fine Arts Academy!

  •         Lainey Jester, vocal music, Wes Smith
  •         Kumari Pacheco, creative writing, Ginger O’Donnell
  •         Clare Whyte, visual arts, Megan Clayton
  •         Raven Schad, dance, Ashley Tate
  •         Evie BoyerHeagle, creative writing, Ginger O’Donnell
  •         Everett Schoenke, visual arts, Megan Clayton

Congratulations to high school choir students. Yesterday, March 6th at Large Ensemble Contest, Camerata received a “1 – Exemplary” rating scored three “2 – Outstanding” ratings for Concert Choir Men, Concert Choir Treble, and Advanced Treble Choir. The competition included not only performing, but sight-singing as well.

Friday, March 3rd, the high school vocal department took 25 events to Solo and Small Ensemble Contest – 20 solos and 5 small groups. The students below all scored a “1” (the highest rating) at Contest. 11 events scored a “1 – Exemplary”. 11 events scored a “2 – Outstanding”.  These 23 students scoring a 1 will be advancing to the State level in April at Mizzou.  

Solos

Tess Brown

Sarah Burke

Zach Clawges

Lainey Jester

Gabby Jordan

Rachel Mueller

Preather Preuitt

Small Ensembles – 4 ensembles total

Elijah Bivins

Riley Brawn

Tess Brown

Zachary Clawges

Reggie Coleman

Chase Doctor

Mady Evans

Kyree Hamilton

Ian Intagliata

Lainey Jester

Abby Jordan

Gabby Jordan

Caroline Knapp

Alex Lenhardt

Rachel Mueller

Patra Patton

Preather Preuitt

Tyler Reed-Ingram

Lillian Selligman

Hannah Stern

DeTony Thomas

Isaac Zimmerman

The showing of this year’s musical, “Songs for a New World” will be March 9-11 at 7pm. Tickets are $10 for adults. Students are $5 with an ID.

The Gay Straight Alliance will meet today after school in room 113 from 3:15-4:15.

Social Justice Solidarity Network will meet in room 501 on Monday morning during advisory. See Mr. Evan Smith for a pass beforehand.

Interest group will meet Thursday, March 9th from 3:15 to 4:15 in Mr. Stegmann’s room, B200.

Last chance to get your copy of the Talent Show on disc.  They are currently $5 dollars for 2016  and $7 for both 2016 and 2015.  Any students that want either copy can see Mrs. Beier.  She is accepting money through the March 30. Money can be collected in person or turned in to her mailbox.

 

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