*AIM High: The supply drive has started. Drop off unused pens, pencils, binders and notebooks in the boxes at the Clayton Road entrance. Applications for TA positions close on Tuesday, June 1.
*Field Day: Student Body President Andy Zhang ’22 announced the Field Day teams, which are themed around “different kinds of milk”: Two Percent, Almond, Canned, Frozen, Future, Goat, Skim, Soy and Whole.
*Girls Varsity Lacrosse: The team is playing in the state quarterfinals at 5 pm at home. Masked and socially distanced fans wanted. The theme is “western.”
*Guild of Geeks: The club is looking for leaders for D&D and board games. Applications will open in the fall, or you can reach out to Lauren Inazu ’25 or Rafe Rosario-Blake ’26.
*Montgomery Plan: Mrs. Rathert presented an end-of-year slideshow. With accommodations, the club was able to engage in all of its traditional events this year, including the Chouteau Island Cleanup, 8th Grade Service Week, Old Newsboys Day, the Holiday Food Drive, MLK Day of Service, Danna Drive, 9th Grade Service Day, Spring Break Service, Empty Bowls and Sunday Fundays.
*Sunrise JBS: Club leaders spoke about how to reach out to politicians and bank CEOs about Pipeline 3, which would transport tar sands from Canada to the U.S., crossing vulnerable ecological areas and the treaty territory of Anishinaabe people. The website stoppipeline3.org includes background information on the pipeline, including how it would contribute to climate change; petitions; contact information for emails and phone calls; and scripts for speaking with elected officials or business leaders.
*TED Club: The club’s final meeting is tomorrow at 8 am via Zoom. Guest speaker Joe Peng will discuss meditation and mental health. Find the Zoom link on the Student Government page or reach out to Ria Mirchandani ’22.
*Virtual Cabaret: This year’s musical production will be a screening of a virtual cabaret featuring music and choreography from the canon of musical theatre. Over the past two months, 30 performers, 10 camera operators, lighting and sound engineers and film editors have been working to create the production. It will be screened this Saturday, May 29 in Haertter Hall. The first screening at 6 pm is for the cast and crew, their families and their guests. The following screening at 7:30 pm is for all other interested students. No tickets will be provided, so audiences are encouraged to come early to find a seat, as social distancing will be practiced. A Vimeo link will be shared with the community after the screening.
the chess team, which won the central conference of the Gateway Chess League, and made it to the finals in the playoffs!