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PHHS: Rebel Voices Chorus Makes Good Showing in All-County and All-District Auditions
The Rebel Voices Chorus, made up of singers grades 7-12 at Glade Spring Middle School and Patrick Henry High School, is happy to announce an excellent fall audition season for its members. At the Junior Level, 14 girls and 13 boys will be singing in the Middle School All-County choir.
For the All-District choir, a more selective ensemble for grades 7, 8, and 9, 16 girls and 12 boys were selected, including TEN seventh-grade singers on their first major audition. We understand this is a record-breaking number of All-District singers at this level, at least for the recent past.
At the PHHS Senior Level, 28 young men and women were taken into the All-County Choir and 6 were selected for the All-District Choir--the most competitive choir short of the All-State choirs. Considering the number of auditioning students, this means that in both choirs we had more singers chosen proportional to the size of our school. Wow!
Mr. Carroll is so proud of the efforts of the Rebel Voices Chorus, and knows these singers will gain a wealth of experience from participating in these select Honor Choirs.
Patrick Henry High School Students Create Quipus and Zampoñas
The Spanish three students at Patrick Henry High School recently concluded a unit study of the Incan empire. They read about and discussed the language, food, and history of the Incan culture.
At the end of the unit, the students created their own quipus and zampoñas. A quipu is a series of different colored strings with various knots used in the past by the Incas to record and remember a variety of facts and information. A zampoña is a pan flute used by many of the indigenous people throughout the Andes Mountains. Students made their quipus from yarn to reflect important numbers in their lives such as their age and addresses. Their zampoñas were made from cardboard and large straws. It was a great way to end an interesting and educational unit!
Congratulations to the Virginia schools that were announced on Monday, September 29, for national recognition as a 2013-2014 Blue Star School by Working in Support of Education (W!se). A school testing ten or more students must have achieved a 75% passing rate on the W!SE Financial Literacy Certification Test and have a majority of students on a given grade level take the test OR have the students who took it achieve an average score of 80% or higher. Of the 284 schools on the national listing, 52% of those (148) were Virginia schools. The Blue Star schools will be honored at the annual MoneyPOWER Conference for Financial Literacy in New York City on November 4.
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Brandon C. works so very hard in class to do well. He pays attention to details in his careful and is also cognizant of the needs of his peers. Brandon is a great example of what all our student athletes should act like. He makes sure that when he misses class for athletic activities, all of his work is taken care of- specifically as students should- BEFORE they miss class when an absence is planned. Brandon is a great student to have in class and it is a pleasure knowing how well he emulates a true REBEL!
Female Rebel of The Month - Starr W.
Although Starr may be quiet in class, she is always kind with her welcoming smile. She works very hard to understand material; even giving lots of extra time to her coursework to make sure that she will be successful across all of her classes. She is responsible in working with her teachers to always remain accountable. I really appreciated getting to know Starr and being able to recognize true hard work in our students.