wolverweek 1/18

All the news fit to (digitally) print the week of Monday, Jan. 18

About nine weeks until SPRING BREAK (but who’s counting?)

THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES

Monday, Jan. 17 was Martin Luther King Jr. Day!! Hopefully you took some time to relax during the three day weekend and also remembered one of our nation’s greatest leaders and change makers. If you have any free time in the upcoming week and want to learn more about MLK, here’s a list of movies to watch!

Music Solo Concert on Friday at 4 p.m. at the middle school in Saperstein. You won’t want to miss this one, trust us.

9th graders, if you want to join the spring dance committee please sign up in the email from the student council. (Steal all of your friend’s Spotify playlists and send them in so the music is good please.)

liFE ADVICE WITH FIONA & EDEN

“What should I do if 15 girls have asked me out?”

Fi&E: Wow! Someone is very popular with the ladies. Choosing between 15 possible women is a very time consuming task, and if you want to spend more time on English homework and less time recreating The Bachelor, we have a solution for you. Make a spreadsheet in Excel. You may have been asking the existential question: why do we need to learn to make spreadsheets in Excel for science class? More important than figuring out levels of sugar concentration, you can use Excel to make graphs and infographics to make a more informed decision about your future soulmate!

Email Fiona or Eden with your anonymous advice questions!

Fi & E’s favs

THIS WEEK: SONGS

Morninggggg!!!
Note: The Spectrum does not condone the listening of explicit lyrics at school. Please seek out clean versions of these songs before sharing with your classmates.
GET HYPED FOR CLASS
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In. your. feels.
Note: The Spectrum does not condone the listening of explicit lyrics at school. Please seek out clean versions of these songs before sharing with your classmates.