FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 2020


“Life is good.” 






Calling all Sophomores – These Shout Outs are ALL FOR YOU … Yes, there are more this week!  

Turning on the news lately can feel like “Information Overload.” This week, Ms. Anastasia is here to ask exactly what you are feeling and how you are responding to the recent current events. This week we would like to hear your thoughts around the Christian Cooper incident that occurred in Central Park. Use the link below to respond to Ms. Anastasia’s questions and be sure to share this post with your fellow Club members so that we can hear from each of you!  






June 5, 2004  

Former U.S. president Ronald Reagan dies.  

On June 5, 2004, Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th president of the United States, dies, after a long struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. Reagan, who was also a well-known actor and served as governor ofCalifornia, was a popular president known for restoring American confidence after the problems of the 1970s and helping to defeat communism. 



June 5th we Celebrate National Gun Violence Awareness Day!  

Even in a pandemic, we are reminded of the devastating toll gun violence takes on communities, and the ways that racism places black people and people of color at an increased risk of gun violence, including police violence. In honor of Hadiya Pendleton and all survivors of gun violence, we come together to take a stand against the deadly mix of racism and gun violence in this country.  

Orange is the color that Hadiya Pendleton’s friends wore in her honor when she was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15 — just one week after performing at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade in 2013. After her death, they asked us to stand up, speak out, and Wear Orange to raise awareness about gun violence.  

Since then orange has been the defining color of the gun violence prevention movement. New York gun violence prevention advocate Erica Ford spearheaded orange as the color of peace through her work with her organization, Life Camp, Inc. Whether it’s worn by students in Montana, activists in New York, or Hadiya’s loved ones in Chicago, the color orange honors the more than 100 lives cut short and the hundreds more wounded by gun violence everyday.   

This movement gains momentum when gun sense activists come together to fight for a future free from gun violence. Wear Orange Weekend is an opportunity for us to show the country just how powerful we are.  




Thursday, June 4th  Answer: 5 

Triangle = 30 

Star = 6 

Last Equation: 30/6=5 




Exploring Post-Secondary EducationAfter you have identified which career fields you’re most passionate about, then it is time to determine what kind of education, or certification, you will need to get there. 


Community College  

Schools that offer an associate’s degree in a variety of subjects after two years  

Trade, Technical or Vocational School  

Schools that offer a specific associate’s degree, license or certificate that prepares students for a particular industry  

Four-year University  

Schools that offer a bachelor’s degree in a variety of subject matters  

Online College  

Degrees or certificates are offered through the internet  

Gap Year  

An experiential semester or year typically taken between high school and college in order to deepen practical, professional and personal awareness  



On-the-job training that provides the opportunity to learn specific job-related skills under the supervision of a trained professional  


Job Corps  

A program that offers free education and vocational training for 16-24 year old  


Military Colleges  

Service academics, senior military colleges and maritime academies that allow students to experience military culture while earning a four-year degree and preparing for a military job in their respective service branch  




The Silent Witness

Owls are described as “The Silent Witness,” they quietly observe and watch their surroundings. Grab your paint brushes and get ready to paint you’re your best owl! Ms. Anastasia submitted her best, now let us see what you have!  

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