On Wednesday, May 6th, high school advisory groups take advantage of the warm weather by spending their 30 minute period outside. Students play football, Frisbee, and other engaging activities to help increase group bonding. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Class advisors Mary Lumsden and Eric Magers met with senior class presidents Meghan Conway, Andy Creighton, and Devon Musgrave-Johnson to discuss upcoming plans for graduation, prom, and senior week. They are joined by class secretary Jackson Haskell, vice president Lauren Coogan, treasurer Olivia Lantz, and board member Hayley Malloy.
After meeting with their advisory groups, the junior and senior classes met in the gymnasium to compete against the other in a variety of games and events, such as a crab walking race and a staring contest. For every event each class had to find and select the two most qualified members of their class to participate in the event.
International week continues as students listen while school guidance counselor, Gillian Polk, talks about her experience in South Africa. This was only 1 of the many different presentations that took place throughout the week.
On Tuesday December 16 and Wednesday December 17, chemistry students completed a lab finding the mole measurements of iron and copper sulfate. The lab taught the students how to accurately measure substances in order to receive the best results.
For the past few weeks, art teacher Marion Powers’ art classes have been learning to draw a still-life. Powers created this in order to let her students learn to draw a small portion of the immensely colorful artwork.
Got any used or new books lying around collecting dust? The class of 2016 will be more than happy to take them off your hands for our used book sale. All types of books are welcome such as: thrillers, mystery, fantasy, sci-fi, non-fiction, comic books/graphic novels, and more.
Donation boxes will be located outside of the Middle and High School offices from November 3rd to the 21st. On Saturday November 22nd there will be a book sale at the Manchester Community Center from 10 am to 2 pm.