Assembly Announcements

Thanks and congratulations to the Dance Show cast and crew ~ it was incredible!

Announcements
*Aim High:
An Aim High TA (teaching assistant) information session will be held at 8:15 am tomorrow on the lower level of the Brauer Building.
*Classics Club: The club will have a meeting (to play scrabble with Latin words) at 8 am tomorrow in the Classics Lounge. In an ode to Aergia, the Greek god of laziness, club members shared two words of the week: lethargy from the Latin lethargia and enervate from the Latin enervat.
*Dance Marathon Fundraising: (1) There will be a student vs. teacher kickball tournament from 6 to 7 pm on Thursday; admission $5. (2) Tomorrow is the first of several dine-out fundraisers; if you go to Salt & Smoke (in the Delmar Loop) and mention Burroughs, the restaurant will give 15% of sales to Dance Marathon. (3) Tickets for a "lazy day" raffle basket will be on sale Tuesday-Thursday and the drawing will be on Friday.
*KUTO: There will be a meeting (to do yoga) at 8:15 am tomorrow in the dance studio.
*Math Club: The club's yearbook photo will be taken at 8:45 am tomorrow in the Quad.
*Parking Lot Safety: Please be sure that all cars are locked and items of value are out of sight.
*Review: There will be a meeting to review submissions at 8 am tomorrow in Mr. Chen's classroom, and on Wednesday there will be a poetry workshop (details not provided).
*Sports for Charity: There will be a meeting at 8:10 am tomorrow in the coaches' office to discuss the Dance Marathon dodgeball tournament and other upcoming events. A Google form about the dodgeball tournament will be sent to all students.

Kudos to ...
the chess team which took 2nd in the Gateway Chess League Team Tournament and to Sam Lu '24 who ranked 3rd on board 1, Jack Parsons '24 who ranked 2nd on board 2, Maaz Chohan '24 who ranked 4th on board 3, Camden Hosler '25 who ranked 1 on board 4, and Jeremy Plax '25 who ranked 4th on board 5.
 

Announcements
*6-Man Club: Last week's Fan of the Week is Owen Sheehan '22, and this week's Game of the Week is the Dance Show.
*Dance Show: Buy tickets in the bookstore (or at the door) for tonight's and Saturday night's performances of the Dance Show. Doors open at 7 pm and the shows begin at 7:30 pm.

Fall Sports Awards
AD Peter Tasker and varsity coaches presented the fall sports awards (recognition by leagues and the local press) to 84 upper school athletes. See "Latest News" later today.

Announcements
*Bomber Gear: The Parents Council's pop-up store with limited edition t-shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts is open till 1:30 pm today in the Commons.
*Current Events: The club will meet at 8 am tomorrow in Dr. Smith's classroom (210) to discuss the Voting Rights Act, Omicron and Boris Johnson's parties.
*Dance Show: The performances on Friday and Saturday evening will feature more than 30 dances, running the dance genre gamut, enhanced by some very innovative lighting by the tech crew. Doors open at 7 pm, and performances begin at 7:30 pm. Ushers are needed; sign up and receive a complimentary ticket and a reserved seat.
*Extra Hands for ALS: There is a service day at 10 am on Saturday. Interested students should touch base with Ms. Dillard or Yara Levin '22.
*Ice Hockey: Tonight is senior night with a game at 7 pm at South County. Fans wanted.

Inclusivity Index
During advisory today, students will take this annual survey to gauge student experiences and perceptions at Burroughs: What does it feel like to go to school here? The survey is anonymous and consists of a series of three statements; for each, they are asked to pick the statement which most applies to them and which least applies to them. The results of this and previous surveys help guide student support and programming, teacher training, etc. Mr. Abbott asked everyone to answer candidly.
 

Announcements
*Auction Pop-up Store: This year's Parents Council's Auction Committee is selling limited edition JBS hoodies, sweatshirts and t-shirts today and Thursday in the Commons.
*Common Day: 7th, 8th, 9th and 11th graders should head to their advisories; 10th graders should come back to Haertter Hall for a class meeting; and seniors should head to the Newman Aud.
*Dance Show: Tickets ($10) are on sale in the bookstore for the Friday and Saturday evening performances. Doors open at 7 pm; the show begins at 7:30 pm.
*GEO / CISI: The clubs will have a joint meeting at 7:50 am tomorrow in Ms. Randall's classroom to discuss the experience of women in the workplace and the wage gap.
*KIVA: There's a meeting at 8 am tomorrow in Commons conference room #2, because the club has some money to loan! The club's yearbook photo will also be taken.

Announcements
*CISI / GEO: These clubs will have a joint meeting at 7:50 am on Thursday in Ms. Randall's classroom to talk about women in the workplace and the wage gap.
*Common Day Schedule: This week, we will have two Common Days, tomorrow and Thursday.
*Dance Show: Tickets ($10) are on sale in the bookstore and at the door for the Dance Show. Performances are at 7:30 pm on Friday and Saturday. All audience members must be masked.
*Fundraising for Dance Marathon: Specially designed t-shirts and stickers are on sale until 7 pm this evening (Google forms were sent to all students last week). Stay tuned for some restaurant fundraising.