6:30 PM Incoming 9th Grade Parent Night
This week is holiday spirit week. All students and faculty members are encouraged to participate each day. The days are as follows:
TODAY: Snowman Day - wear your winter gear and dress like a snowman. Cards and Cheer for Kids - card making for elementary students in the district with battling serious illness and other lunchtime activities.
12/19 Wednesday: Candy Cane Day - wear red and white! Candy Grams purchased the week before to be delivered. Free cookie decorating at both lunches.
12/20 Thursday: Flannel Day - wear your favorite flannel! Holiday music at passing time. Balloon club to make balloons at both lunches.
12/21 Friday: Ugly Sweater Day - wear your ugliest holiday themed sweater! The tackier the better! Hot cocoa sales in the morning. Ugly Sweater contest for students in each lunch and staff. Choir caroling between classes on 1st and 2nd floors on the Main Building. Cards from Mon/Tues to be delivered to students at their schools by Council members. Get excited for a fun week ahead!
The National Honor Society will be collecting fun-patterned socks to give to Courageous Soles- a non-profit that donates cozy-fun-footwear to kids that are sick in the hospital. Bring in as many pairs as you can! Donations will be accepted Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in the main hallway during both lunches.
Grosse Pointe South’s Class of 2020 is selling their annual car wash tickets in the main hall for $12. These tickets are good for a car wash at Mr. C’s. They make perfect gifts for the holidays! Buy yours before we run out.
32 Grosse Pointe South thespians earned several honors at this years State Festival! Superior ratings went to Thomas Thams and Grayson Kennedy, performing duet acting, Maya Petropoulos and Alana Maynard, in duet musical theatre, and Andrew Fleming and Elyse Tazzia, for a solo musical theatre piece. South Senior Grayson Kennedy was one of only 10 recipients of the prestigious Michigan Thespian Scholarship. Another highlight for Troupe 49 was Grosse Pointe South’s performance on the main stage of two one-act plays by Stephen Gregg, “The New Margo” and “Why We Like Love Stories.” Only 4 high school productions in the state were invited to perform at Festival. Cast members included: Grace Walsh, Alana Maynard, Maya Petropoulos, Melody Balos, Elaina Calisi, Andrew Fleming, Quinn Sahutske, Kerrigan Dunham, and Campbelle Stencel. The student directors were Elyse Tazzia and Riley Barbour. Congratulations ALL!
National Art Honors Society members, if your pillowcase dress is incomplete, please stop by 211IA to see Mrs. Wolfe and pick up supplies to finish it.Those that complete their dresses will receive two service hours.
Physics club will be meeting Wednesday in Mr. Hecker’s room 162.
Video Club will be meeting Friday morning at 7:20 AM
Architecture Club will meet WEDNESDAY after school in room 215. Yearbook photo will be taken.
French Club will be hosting a holiday gathering after school TODAY in Madame Moon's room. All French students are welcome to attend. Events will include, club member yearbook photo, crepe making, and a holiday film en français ("frahn-say").
Assembled to order crêpes will be available at both lunches on Wednesday, courtesy of French Club. For a minimum donation of $2. All sales will be donated to the Save the Children foundation who provides health, hunger, education and emergency relief services to children in over 100 countries.