Beudene School is a daycare in South Africa for children with disabilities. They are in need of donations of arts and crafts, school supplies and soccer balls. Boxes have been set up in the four houses and the main office. Any donations by the end of the school year would be greatly appreciated. The donations will be delivered in person by Luke Geel who will be working there over the summer.
Caps & Gowns will be distributed during the final Senior Mandatory Obligation Meeting on Tuesday 5/30 @10:45.
The seniors completing the Global Scholars program will be presenting their Capstone Projects in the A-B Connector on Wednesday May 24th during block 7. The participants will be sharing their travel and learning experiences and a personal articulation of their reflections on their place in the global community. Come take a gallery walk of the projects and presentations.Please come hear what these intrepid Global Scholars have to share.
Only a few days left to sign up for Senior Service Day on Wed. May 31 from 9am to 1pm. We particularly need volunteers for the Walden Woods Project, Minute Man National Park, and Tech with Teens, all in Lincoln. Come join the fun and give back to the communities that have given to you.Sign up board outside MLK Office. Do it now!
SENATE ELECTIONS BEGIN THIS WEEK IN HISTORY CLASS. Remind your teachers! Vote for up to 8 in each class. Class of ’20: S. Baldwin, T. Greenfield, K Hylton, A. Kim, J. Krasnow, T. Kronrod, J. Lewitus, A. Sao, B. Sorbo, E. Spector, CLASS OF ’19: N. Carter, S. Frey, J. Hawk, M. Hylton, E. Klein, P. Marilla, J. McCray, L. Nevils, K. Ostrow, B. Toland, C. Wolin. No elections needed for Class of ’18. See Senate website for statements: Click here
Interested in Fall 2017 travel? …
WWII/Cold War Educational TourBerlin/Dresden/Prague/Krakow/Budapest (includes tour of Auschwitz)
Informational meeting about the trip is Wednesday, May 24, ACA Block Conference Room B.
Departing Thursday 11/9 evening returning Sunday 11/19:
Travel through the Iron Curtain and World War II to Gothic cathedrals and ancient cities that are now more vibrant than ever. Berlin mixes historical significance, rich culture and an exciting cosmopolitan energy. Prague, which escaped the bombs of World War II, woos you with old-world charm. And in Krakow and Budapest, two of Europe’s most underrated cities, architectural gems await around every corner.
Please note the schedule will be altered due to MCAS testing on Monday June 5th and Tuesday June 6th. The daily block schedule start times can be found at this link: Click here
Our weekly Career Speaker Series will be continuing through the week of June 5th. On Friday, May 19th we welcome Masha Fridkis-Hareli, Ph.D, an immunologist and inventor who will talk with students about the biotech field.On Friday, May 26th, we welcome Jill Harrison, an appraiser of art and personal property, specializing in Fine Art and Antiques.On Friday, June 2nd, we welcome Lincoln Police Chief, Kevin Kennedy, who will talk about careers in the criminal justice field.
A small number of Chromebooks are available to check out from the library each day, for in-school use only. These devices are meant to be checked out for the entire school day, not individual blocks. The Chromebooks will be available in the library each morning on a first-come, first-served basis, starting at 7:20am.