Our next Spirit Rally is on Tuesday, May 29th. The games are announced to be: bean bag toss, freeze dance, water balloons, and a relay race, so start training! This time, we require a class cheer from Kindergarten to Third Grade. The match-up will be Kindergarten vs. First Grade vs. Second Grade vs. Third Grade, so good luck! However, from Fourth Grade and up, we require a song parody! Take a verse from a song, change the lyrics, and show the world your creation! Make sure you sing it in time and that it is appropriate. As long as you don’t use music during the actual rally to help and make sure the verse is under thirty seconds, you should be good, so get creative! Also, the winner of this year’s Spirit Trophy will be announced, and that class will receive a popsicle party! Good luck to all, and happy end of the school year!
5/30 (Day of the Dance): $10
For more information about the dance, visit our Dances & Carnivals page.
After a wonderful 2018 Cake Wars competition, the winners have come out to be Anastasia Savastio and Sanjana Premkumar, with their unicorn cake! Congratulations to them and to all the participants in this year’s Cake Wars! We hope to see you next year!
Its time to party! The End of the Year Dance is May 30th, which falls on a Wednesday. The theme is Hawaiian, so get down to the beach and the dance floor, because there will be games, activities, food, drinks, and of course, a student DJ to specifically make the dance a little better! Did I mention the jumpy house? Don’t forget to but tickets early; they go up in price every week!
The four finalist duos of Cake Wars are: Kush Narang/Jordan Vodonos, Din Kaplan/Vanessa Delgado, Sharanya Sinha/Ananya Venkatesan, and Sanjana Premkumar/Anastasia Savastio. Congratulations to you all, and good luck in the next round!
Cake Wars may be coming back this year! Our committee is looking into the possibility for it, so a word for all the bakers out there; get ready!
The Food Drive is a yearly donation competition in which all grades compete to raise the weight of the food they have collected higher than that of any other grade. All the food donated will go to the Second Harvest Food Bank (link here), a program owned by Feeding America. Feeding America is a non-profit organization that focuses on feeding starving and underprivileged children through events like soup kitchens and food pantries. This year, 8th grade won the Food Drive, and will receive a popsicle party at the end of the year. To add to that, this year the school raised over 1,500 pounds of food! Congratulations and good job, everyone!
Come have a blast with your friends, or go solo. Score the most goals, or block the most shots. You can choose, at our soccer tournament on Friday, April 13th. The sign-up will be in the front office at the start of April. Be there!
Our end of the year dance will be on Wednesday, May 30th, from 3:00 to 6:00. This year, Elementary will be able to attend from 3:00 to 5:00, while Middle School can come from 4:00 to 6:00. This is to balance the requests to let elementary go with middle school, and the requests to separate them. The theme this year will be Hawaiian. Expect a luau, the beach, and the gentle ocean breeze along with heavy-bass remixes of popular songs (just kidding). Can’t wait to see you guys there!
There is a MASG sale on Monday, February 12th! You can get ice cream, soda, cookies and cupcakes for $1 each, floats and large cupcakes for $2 each, and ice cream sandwiches for $3 each! So don’t forget to bring your cash, and have a great time!