Speed Stacking!

I was walking around after school the other day and saw this. This is Robert Autenreith, an 8th grader. Check out his speed stacking ability. I had never seen this before, but apparently, it is pretty popular! I was amazed.

Today’s State Swimming Results- Amazing!!!

Swimming State Prelim Results

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Event 1: Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay

#1 – Lexi Mod, Angele Cherbonnier, DeDe Drouhilhet, Annie Laura Cherbonnier

Event 2: Boys 200 Yard Medley Relay

#1 – Harry Browne, Aleksander Bahat, Robyn Krieger, Joren Grue

Event 3: Girls 200 Yard Freestyle

#2 – Helen Keyes

#5 – DeDe Drouhilhet

Event 4: Boys 200 Yard Freestyle

#2 – Harry Browne

#5 – Tarik Anwar

Event 5: Girls 200 Yard IM

#2 – Annie Laura Cherbonnier

#3 – Sara Bahat

Event 6: Boys 200 Yard IM

#2 – Aleksander Bahat

#7 – Max Wong

Event 7: Girls 50 Yard Freestyle

#1 – Angele Cherbonnier

Event 8: Boys 50 Yard Freestyle

#2 – Joren Grue

Event 9: Girls 100 Yard Butterfly

#3 – Lexi Mod

Event 10: Boys 100 Yard Butterfly

#3 – Robyn Krieger

#6 – Max Wong

Event 11: Girls 100 Yard Freestyle

#1 – Helen Keyes

#5 – Emma Cole

Event 12: Boys 100 Yard Freestyle

#1 – Patrick Riess

#3 – Joren Grue

Event 13: Girls 500 Yard Freestyle

#4 – Taylor Bush

Event 14: Boys 500 Yard Freestyle

No finishers

Event 15: Girls 200 Yard Freestyle Relay

#1 – Annie Laura Cherbonnier, Taylor Bush, Emma Cole, Helen Keyes

Event 16: Boys 200 Yard Freestyle Relay

#1 – Aleksander Bahat, Tarik Anwar, Joren Grue, Patrick Riess

Event 17: Girls 100 Yard Backstroke

#1 – Lexi Mod

Event 18: Boys 100 Yard Backstroke

#1 – Patrick Riess

#4 – Tarik Anwar

Event 19: Girls 100 Yard Breaststroke

#1 – Angele Cherbonnier

#4 – Annie Laura Cherbonnier

Event 20: Boys 100 Yard Breaststroke

#2 – Aleksander Bahat

Event 21: Girls 400 Yard Freestyle Relay

#1 – Emma Cole, Lexi Mod, Helen Keyes, Angele Cherbonnier

Event 22: Boys 400 Yard Freestyle Relay

#1 – Harry Browne, Max Wang, Tarik Anwar, Patrick Riess


The Wizard of Oz opens this week!

We are finishing up our tech rehearsals this weekend for The Wizard of Oz. I have never been in a musical before, so I am in awe of all that happens behind the scenes. We have been rehearsing for weeks, getting the lines down, working on blocking. But now, the show is starting to come alive. The costumes are coming in, the lighting cues are set, the full band comes in Monday, and all of the special effects are surfacing. In the words of Dean of the Arts, Paul Tines, “This is going to be epic!” There is something in the show for everyone. We have over 30 lower school students playing the munchkins and monkeys. Young audience members are going to love them, and I think they will also be impressed with Toto…yes, we have a real dog. There are some very cool special effects in the show. I can’t wait to see the witch melt!! And of course, there will be some surprises. There is also a musical number that was not in the movie. I hope you will be able to come see the show!

A scene from rehearsals: Munchinkin Land