The panel consisted of Katelyn Anderson, University of Kentucky; Reese Donaldson, Boston University; Manuela Dossantos, Columbia University; Laura Gundersen, Cornell University; Collin Kavanaugh, Cultural Homestay International (Gap Year Program); LB Lownes, Brown Univsersity; Emily Martinez, SUNY New Paltz; Mario Mayorga, High Point University; Abby Schutte, Santa Barbara City College; Gresa Shoshi, Suffolk County Community College, and Tess Talmage, University of Vermont.
All the students in the school had a chance to visit the auditorium and ask questions as well.
Financial Aid Night is set for Thursday, January 23, with members of guidance and counseling offering information to parents and students about how to fill out and apply for college money.
On Friday, January 24, the Winter White Dance will be held in the cafeteria between 7 and 10 p.m.
On Friday, January 24, the school’s PTA will host an after-school activity for seventh-graders from 7 to 9 p.m. This usually includes games and sports.
The PTA is promoting an Islanders “Friends and Family Day” (Islanders vs. Panthers) to benefit East Hampton Middle School, that will take place on Sunday, March 2. The Bonnettes will sing the National Anthem before the game; and after the game, students will have an opportunity to go on the ice and take a shot on goal.
On Tuesday, January 28, the pupil personnel staff will offer an anti-bullying presentation during the PTA meeting at 6:30 p.m.
The Student Art Festival at Guild Hall opens on Saturday, January 18, with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. The exhibition will run until February 23.
John Marshall fourth-graders are looking forward to attending the Springs Fourth Grade Opera on Thursday, January 16, to support their fellow students and enjoy the show.
This week’s all-school meeting on Friday will honor Martin Luther King Jr., and feature a performance by the choir from the Calvary Baptist Church.