This Impact evening will begin with a brief plenary session where President Matthew Holland and First Lady Paige Holland will share some of their final words on why girls and women should prepare to impact theircommunitiesthrough education, service, engagement, and leadership. Attendees will then join one of five workshops (poverty/homelessness, sexual assault, literacy, mental health/suicide, and oppor-tunities for young women to serve) to learnhow to become more engaged in serious and difficult topics and efforts in the community.
After our school geography bee Friday afternoon, we want to congratulate Gavin Grotegut, a 7th grader, for being our geography bee champion. Jordan Bailey came in second with James Chilton in 3rd. All 10 of the contestants did a great job.It took a number of rounds to finally get our first place winner, including a tie breaker round. We congratulate all of our participants for doing so well on the written geography bee test. Gavin will now try to qualify for the state geography bee this spring. We wish him the best of luck.
Congratulations to the winners of the preliminary round of the National Geographic Geography Bee! The following students scored high enough to move on to our school champion competition which will take place this Friday, January 26th at 12:35 in the library. Good luck to all our participants!
Jordan Bailey-Gavin Grotegut-Jacob Theodosis-Joshua Vakalala-Seth Brown-Shawn Blackham-Samuel Moss-James Chilton-Aiden Atwood-Annika Kadomtsev
Watch for your new Get Away Today magazine to come home with your student soon. It is filled with travel specials for your family including Adults at Kids’ Prices at the Disneyland Resort for travel in January, February and May 2018! Plus, you can still get 2018 tickets at 2017 prices before they go up!