Due to Lower School’s annual “TasteFest” in the cafeteria Thursday, Nov. 16, there will be a food truck festival during Upper School lunch. While elementary students munch on turkey, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie and other Thanksgiving treats, Upper School students will have the option to buy lunch from any of six trucks.
Ambassadors are often the first faces new students see on campus, making the Ambassador position an important role that must be filled by the right type of student.
Cortez, second to to last on the left, played with the NYO2 program over the summer
The haunted halls of the 9100 building and student’s cars parked in Lot 3 were decked out in this year’s spookiest decorations as students and teachers welcomed young children to the National Honor Society’s (NHS) annual Trunk-or-Treat fundraiser from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Lower School and Upper School both participated in the event to support this year’s causes: Angel Tree and Project Alive.
Students and faculty showed their school spirit by sporting school colors, black and gold on “Battleship Black and Gold Day.” Dressed in gold and black tops, pants, shorts, overalls, and leggings, Patriots accessorized with war paint, bandanas, headbands, shoes, gold jewelry, beads, and even a few tutus.
Homecoming King and Queen weren’t the only ones crowned after tonight’s game, as the Patriots’ 44-0 win against the Hallandale High School Chargers marked them District 5A champions for the second consecutive year.
Senior running back Anthony Schwartz scored the first touchdown of the night after catching a 46-yard pass by quarterback Cam Smith. After a second 1-yard touchdown by Smith, coupled with a 2-point safety and two successful PATs by senior kicker Jared Elstein, the Patriots clear first quarter 16-0.
Students embraced their inner nerdiness on “Cranium Nerd Day.” Many wore suspenders, nerdy glasses, pigtails and bow ties. Some students also wore their school uniforms and accessorized with nerdy apparel such as suspenders and nerdy glasses as well.
The Nestle Toll House Cafe is the perfect place to satisfy a sweet tooth.
With a final score of 7-0, the senior girls defeated the juniors to win Powderpuff, reclaiming their crown after two long years.
Students wore their class shirts on Homecoming dress-up day three “Scrabble Class Colors Day.”