Spokes and Bandaids is a course designed to explore and empathize with the immigrant/refugee crisis in the world, especially the Hispanic immigration experience in the United States. This course, though political in nature, seeks more to remind students of their Jewish responsibility for the refugee (because we were once refugees) than it does to debate policy.
Select students in Melissa Megehee's, and Leigh Herman's Reading The World classes competed in the final round of the school-level national poetry reciting competition "Poetry Out Loud" to a packed school audience. Congratulations to Jacob Botnick (10th) who won the school-level competition and now moves on to the Metro Atlanta Regional Competition.
Starbucks isn't the only one adding a little (pumpkin) spice to the Fall season. Next week at Weber is filled with exciting events and happenings that we know you will love (a latte)!