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Serving Families and Food Pantries

K-4-K Drive will also aid the NNEMAP Food Pantry. (Courtesy/NNEMAP) While US students have been busy collecting items before the Food Drive Bingo begins on November 1, many may not realize who receives these donations.  This year any food items not selected for the 32 sponsored families will go to NNEMAP Food Pantry, the 50-year

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Seven Students Qualify for Math Invitational Olympiad

(Flickr) Academy has participated in the annual OCTM (Ohio Council of Teachers and Mathematics) math contest since 2010. In the past, The Ohio State University held the statewide competition. Now it is administered by teachers within each school.  This year, Mr. Olexio supervised 30 students competing in the OCTM contest on September 28. The 45-minute

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Reading with Pride

The Upper School library has created a book display to celebrate October’s LGBTQIA+ history month.  (Courtesy Abbey Z.) October is associated with pumpkins and ghouls, but the Upper school library is brandishing rainbow displays and flower garlands to celebrate LGBTQ+ History month which started on the first. On these displays marked with the pride flag,

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The Mack Turns Magical for Fall Pep Rally

(Abby Z./Staff) Vikings Maren L. and Arman A. greeted all school divisions as they entered the John Mackenzie Gym for the year’s first pep rally on October 14.  In preparation for the football game against rival, Bexley, our Student Council decided to parody Harry Potter’s Triwizard Tournament. While students were getting situated, the Academy band

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Academy Takes Pride

(https://flic.kr/p/59iPnf) GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance) Club and the Queer Affinity group prepared a table by the senior lounge with identity and ally stickers for National Coming Out Day on Tuesday, October 11.  This event celebrates and raises awareness for the LGBTQ+ community, as well as any people that feel comfortable coming out with this part

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National History Day: Researching History in Context

(Flickr) Each year, several Academy students participate in National History Day (NHD), an annual competition involving the research of a historical event under a given theme. The theme for 2022-2023 is Frontiers in History: People, Places, Ideas. Students can either collaborate with their peers or work individually to create a documentary, website, performance, exhibit, or

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Serving at the Charlie David Dinner

Be part of this milestone tradition. (Courtesy/)PACA To celebrate a 40th wedding anniversary, people like to present ruby-colored gifts to the honored couple. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Charlie David Dinner, you could bring your helping hands to this tailgating tradition before our home varsity football game against Bexley. If you have time

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Cooking and Decorating for Hispanic Heritage

Students decorating for their displays (Courtesy/Dr. Losambe) HOLA parents, part of the Latinx community, decorated the Senior Quad and cafeteria with vibrant banners and piñatas in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, which is celebrated from September 15 to October 15. All upper schoolers engaged in a festive cooking and decorating competition during our Common Hour

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Serving by Giving Blood

Make a life-saving impact in our community by donating your blood. (Courtesy/Vectorportal.com) What is one of the easiest ways to make a lasting impact for the victims of Hurricane Ian? Donate one hour of your time and one pint of your blood and save up to three lives. On Wednesday, October 12, Service Board and the