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[01 May 2007|05:54pm]

greatgams
Just in case anyone still uses livejournal:

Senior Piano Recital
YPAS (Main Stage Theatre)
May 8, 2007
7:30

Lindsay Hynes, Claire Kotheimer, and Miko Shepherd will be performing solo and ensemble pieces (including a six-hand piece! Yup, all three of us at one piano.)

Please come to support us, see us in pretty dresses, cheer us on, and bring us flowers (food and/or large checks are also acceptable.)

Love and thanks in advance,

Lindsay, Claire, and Miko

P.S. Really, the flowers are optional; seeing lots of familiar faces in the audience is what we want most of all!
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To the Infinite [Corridor] and beyond! [29 Apr 2007|12:52pm]

jessiehl
Any graduating Manual kids coming to MIT next year?

I'm Manual (MST) '03, MIT '07, so I'm curious. I'm graduating, but I'd still be happy to talk with anyone who's coming to MIT or thinking about applying there.
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Darfur Awareness Week [09 Mar 2007|04:38pm]

jewish_chick
Hey guys! I'm plugging for a really awesome event that's about to hit Manual. Our Amnesty International group is planning an Awareness Week for the genocide currently occurring in Darfur.

As we speak, a horrendous genocide is taking place in the Darfur region of western Sudan. Men are being castrated, women are being raped, and children are left orphaned. Over the last three years, over 400,000 people have been killed; more than 2 million civilians have been forced to flee their homes. They now live in camps in Sudan or neighboring Chad. More than 3.5 million men, women, and children are completely reliant on international aid for survival. Food and water are scarce in the camps, and sanitation is of least priority. The refugees are dying of violence, starvation, and dehydration.

What can you do to help? Help us draw attention to Darfur on March 19-23!
On 3/19, AI will be working with Crimson Crafters to sell Save Darfur balloons for $1.00. The profits from these balloons will be shared between Manual's special needs program and AI's collection for the World Food Programme.

On 3/20, wear green for Darfur! Also, encourage your teachers to dedicate part of your class to letter writing to your congressmen.

On 3/21, make your own screenprinted Save Darfur t-shirt! I'll give more info on this soon if anyone's interested.

On 3/22. AI is organizing a top-secret LIE DOWN for Darfur between 1st and 2nd blocks. We're asking everyone to please spread the word about this and don't let the staff in on it!! Top secret!

On 3/23, join AI in the auditorium at 2:30 to watch a special documentary called "Escape from Darfur" and then discuss the doc with the creator!

Finally...
Manual’s chapter of the global organization Amnesty International is planning a benefit concert to raise money for relief for refugees of Darfur. The concert, entitled JAMnesty, will take place on Saturday, March 24 from 5-12:30. It will be held at The Temple’s Klein Center, which is located at the corner of Brownsboro Rd. and Lime Kiln Lane. The lineup will feature about 10 bands, including Cabin, John Gage, members of Hog Operation, Telescope, Serpent Wisdom, the River City Drum Corp, and more. A door charge will not be required, but there will be a suggested donation of at least $10, or $5 for students.

Manual’s chapter of Amnesty International, which is entirely run by students, has teamed up with the Kentuckiana Interfaith Taskforce on Darfur to bring relief to these refugees. All proceeds of the event will go to the World Food Programme, which is a sect of the United Nations and is currently the largest supplier of food relief to Darfur.

Please help us save Darfur!
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[15 Aug 2006|07:06pm]

ingryd
I need a class either red 3 or white 2 to switch into so I can make AP English fit my schedule. Anyone have/know of anything that could work for this?
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06-07 Schedule [14 Aug 2006|03:37pm]

counterstryker
Just out of curiosity; it took them months to do so, but my schedule is finally ironed out.

RED -
1) Jazz Improv, Essig
2) AP Calculus BC, Schuetter
3) AP French Language, Farman
4) ADV History Arts, Lowe

WHITE -
1) AP Physics B, Albright
2) AP US History, Wieck
3) Orchestra, Sieber
4) AP English Lit, Collesano


Anyone have classes with me?
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stephanie's schedule [14 Aug 2006|03:11pm]

jewish_chick
red 1: us history ap... r. weick
2: psych ap... b.stottman
3: algebra 2 hnr... s.williams
4: french 3 adv... e.bunting

white 1: chem 1 adv... a.hall
2: eng la comp ap... a.williams
3: study skill... s.pendleton
4: 3d art.. s.sidebottom

anyone have any classes with me?
i'm a junior.
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emma the junior's schedule [13 Aug 2006|09:31pm]

aspen346
[ mood | cheerful ]

red:
1. precal adv....rushin
2. us history adv....weick
3. ap biology....fries
4. english3 adv...morehead

white:
1. photo 1...curtis
2. french3 adv...bunting
3. physics 1 mst...albright
4. chinese1...hutchins


anyone i can expect to see?

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[12 Aug 2006|04:10pm]

margalite
I can only take Great Books if I drop:
1) AP French Lit
2) AP Calculus BC (I could possibly take AB instead)
3) Special topics in Computer Science

any suggestions as to what to do?
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schedule.. [11 Aug 2006|10:13pm]

disney_14
[ mood | bored ]

red:

1. ap chem, daRif
2. mst junior math (whatever it is..), davis
3. ap english, williams
4. independent research, deines

white:

1. ap comp, o'bryan
2. adv spanish 3, smith
3. yearbook, bell
4. ap us hist, taylor

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[11 Aug 2006|06:05pm]
yaydancerandom

red

1. adv. algebra 2 - ward
2. AP World Civ - garrett
3. adv. english 2 - wright
4. adv. biology - pittman

white

1. lifeskills - cash
2. health - jackson ( i know... im a sophomore. it sucks)
3. adv. french 2 - perkins
4. visual art - chan


okay.. what are these teachers like? do we have classes? and what the hell is lifeskills? what do we do?

thanks =]

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[11 Aug 2006|05:13pm]

melman12
R1-Jazz Improv-Essig
R2-HNR Algebra 2-Wahl
R3-ADV Chemistry-Frederiksen
R4-Symphonic Band-Rob/Essig

W1-ADV English-Peacock
W2-ADV Latin 2-Livers
W3-ADV US History-Morgan
W4-Wind Ensemble-Rob/Essig

I might as well post it here too.

Can anyone tell about Wahl, Fred., Peacock or Morgan?

And tell me if there's classes we share.
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My schedules ok too [11 Aug 2006|03:58pm]

dalic07
1. AP US Government Politics - Foster
2. Adv. Physics - McKim
3. American Sign Language 1 - Lader
4. AP Calculus AB - Johnston

5. Tap Dance 3 - Benedict
6. Adv English 4 - Trotter
7. Spanish Humanities - Smith
8. Chinese 1 - Hutchins

Any matches??
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Well, my schedule's fine [11 Aug 2006|02:22pm]

ingryd
1 Photo 2, Curtis
2 MST Physics, Albright
3 AP Stats, Rash(?!)
4 AP GoPo, Foster

5 Humanities, Williams
6 Adv Sr English, Stefater (switch to AP?)
7 AP Enviromental Science, Crawford
8 Web Design, Dallmann (I have to.)



Anyone, anyone?
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[11 Aug 2006|01:22pm]

greatgams
So is the reason why no one is flooding this site with posts because everyone's schedule got messed up?
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Senior schedule- any matches? [09 Aug 2006|07:19am]

bananababy89
Red:
1) Jazz improv- essig- (going to be switched to aide block)
2) study skills- allison( going to be switched to essig's study hall)
3) english advanced- stefater(again)
4)symphonic band

white:
1) ap theory- murner
2) chamber
3)history arts advanced- crain (who?)
4) wind ensemble

any matches?
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[08 Aug 2006|02:23pm]

tapsalot1
Red:



Adv World civ........................................S. Pendleton
Adv Biology............................................R. Pittman
Ballet 2..................................................T. Mudd
Dance Ensemble1..................................T. Mudd

White:


Adv Algebra 2........................................S.Ward
Adv. English 2 .......................................D. Wright
Adv. Spanish 2.......................................D. Thurman
Modern 2................................................T. Mudd


Do I have any classes with anybody? Also
aNY ADVICE, comments, CONCERNS, it would help alot! Thanks.
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