Join us for an old-fashioned romp through some spring picnic food and some really excellent student work. We'll have work from all year on display inside*, outside, and upside down, and we'll cap it off with an eclectic performance and student awards. All in real actual life. Picnic starts at 5:30pm.
For any boys who might be interested in playing basketball for La Farge next year, there will be a weekly open gym Monday nights 6-8 pm, beginning June 7. Feel free to contact the coach Matt Benson at 632-2029.
We are considering the creation of a YIHS Cross Country team. For those who aren’t familiar, cross country is medium distance running. Please contact me if you would be interested in running this fall. firstname.lastname@example.org
Grow Your Community and Your Tomatoes
We are embarking on a renewed gardening adventure for Pleasant Ridge & YIHS families to engage in community and gardening together this season. The Growing for Good Garden space has room for 3-4 more families to join our community garden! We will meet once a week to work together, with one hour devoted to collective work for Growing for Good. Interested? Contact Vicki for more details. 606-3760, email@example.com.
EVERYBODY wins when you buy a t-shirt or hoodie, designed and printed by YIHS senior Sebastian Danneil and his intrepid team of garment workers! All proceeds go to YIHS, Sebastian's senior project becomes a success, you look cool, and the general public doesn't have to see your nipples anymore! Start winning! Start shopping!
Favorite Spanish Word: This One
Favorite Design from Martha's Intensive Class: This One
Favorite Classic Rock Song: This One
Poem of the Week
from Idylls of the King by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Laborious for her people and her poor --
Voice in the rich dawn of an ampler day --
Far-sighted summoner of War and Waste
To fruitful strifes and rivalries of peace --
Sweet nature gilded by the gracious gleam
Of letters, dear to Science, dear to Art,
Dear to thy land and ours, a Prince indeed,
Beyond all titles, and a household name,
Hereafter, thro' all times, Albert the Good.
Break not, O woman's-heart, but still endure;
Break not, for thou art Royal, but endure,
Remembering all the beauty of that star
Which shone so close beside Thee that ye made
One light together, but has past and leaves
The Crown a lonely splendour.
May all love,
His love, unseen but felt, o'ershadow Thee,
The love of all Thy sons encompass Thee,
The love of all Thy daughters cherish Thee,
The love of all Thy people comfort Thee,
Till God's love set Thee at his side again!
for driving to and fro for the Agriculture class:
Alicia Leinberger for chaperoning the Agriculture trip:
Mike Kay for teaching about biodynamics and rotational grazing
Dawn & Vince Hundt for teaching about community, kombucha, vegetables, apiculture, and soil biology
Sarah, Paul, Esther, Sarah, Chloe, Gayla, and Adrienne from the Lake City Catholic Worker Farm
Teacher of the Month
Shaw Nerika Art, Music, and Much, Much More
An organization Shawn would like to highlight this month: This One
A food that Erika would like to highlight this month: This One
An artist that Shawn & Erika agreed to highlight this month: This One
Fictional Human of the Week:
Santino "Sonny" Corleone Lives in Godfather by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford CoppolaClick the image to learn more about Sonny
Anthropological Survey of the Week
Which event positively confirms beyond a doubt the existence of the Kennedy Curse: