For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo. So ends a play that is often referred to as one of the most tragic love stories ever written. At the moment, in English 9, my freshmen are a bit over halfway through Romeo and Juliet, and we’ll be making our way through the last two acts of the play after Thanksgiving break.
In our Koinonia groups, we have been examining the meaning of an immutable God, and I have found great comfort in this topic. In our topsy turvy world we are flying high one day, confident and excited about opportunities and accomplishments, then the next day we may feel the great weight of the world.
It is hard to believe we are at mid-November and one month away from our priority deadline for applying for financial aid for 2018-2019 incoming students. If your family has an incoming student, please make sure to complete the Excel Scholarship, Tuition Scholarship and Band Scholarship applications before December 15.
When I tell people that I teach AP and regular environmental science in the same class at the same time, they envision my day as a hectic juggling act. They’re usually shocked to hear that it was my choice, but for me it was an obvious decision – one that embraces the integrated nature of environmental science.