The Eagle Eye
Jr./Sr. High Monthly Newsletter
“Spring is proof that there is beauty in new beginnings.”
— Matshona Dhliwayo
Optional Remote Learning Schedules For At Home Learning
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All 3 varsity teams made scholar athlete this winter!
Boys Basketball : 91.31 GPA
Girls Basketball: 97.34
Fall 2 Season
"The Fall 2 season for athletics is underway. The Boys Varsity Soccer Team is off to a 5-0 start where they are seeing a lot of offensive success so far this year from some of their senior leaders. The girls varsity soccer team started the season with a 2-3 record with many players contributing to the play. The JV and Varsity volleyball team are strong within the league and are playing a very difficult schedule with games against several Suburban Council teams. The varsity team is off to a 6-3 record so far.
Varsity soccer games will now be played on our home fields and our opponents home fields. This will allow for 2 spectators per athlete to enjoy the game in person. Each athlete has been given two spectator passes. When a spectator enters the field, they will be asked to show their spectator pass, complete an attestation form, a contact tracing form, and complete a temperature check. All home games will continue to be live streamed for those that cannot attend. Varsity volleyball will not allow 2 spectators per senior athlete to attend home games only. The same process will be followed for volleyball. The Fall 2 season is set to be completed by May 1. Please check the school announcements and the athletics twitter page for updates on our teams!"
Spotlight on Math
Pi day is observed on March 14th to recognize a popular approximation for the famous number, which is irrational and has no end, 3.14. Students in Mrs. Akin’s eighth grade math classes were tasked with thinking outside of the box (or in this case… circle) in their research about the number pi π. A student submitted a song he wrote, sang, and accompanied with guitar, about pi day. Chloe Zembsch made homemade oreos and calculated the area, diameter, circumference, and radius of the circular surface. The recipe she followed can be found here: https://tasty.co/recipe/homemade-oreos. You can visit https://www.piday.org/million/ to see a million digits of pi!