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Saturday, May 18, 2013
Gym - Main, Auditorium
Boy Scouts Awards Ceremony
Softball: Varsity District Tournament
vs. Floyd E. Kellam @
Princess Anne High School
Softball: Varsity District Tournament
(Rescheduled from 05-18-13)
vs. Floyd E. Kellam @
Princess Anne High School
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abrogate [ab-ruh-geyt]—(v.)— to abolish, do away with, or annul.
abstemious [ab-stee-mee-uh s] —(adj.)— eating and drinking in moderation.
Academy Information Night
Academy Presentation - Zirkle
acumen [uh-kyoo-muh n, ak-yuh-]—(n.)— keen insight; shrewdness.
adjure [ab-joo r, -jur]]—(v.)— to recant solemnly
African American Male Summit
amalgam (n.) — a mixture of different elements
anecdote (n.) — a short account of an event.
antebellum [an-tee-bel-uh m]—(adj.)— before or existing before the war, esp. the American Civil War
antebellum [an-tee-bel-uh m]—(adj.)— before or existing before the war, esp. the American Civil War.
AP Exam - Chemistry
AP Exam - Environmental Science
AP Exam - Psychology
aptitude [ap-ti-tood, -tyood] – noun – having a real talent or natural ability for something
Arid (ar-id) (adj.)—extremely dry
auspicious [aw-spish-uh s]—(adj.)— attended by favorable circumstances, marked by success.
AVID Awards Ceremony
AVID Staff vs. Students Basketball Game
av•a•rice [av-er-is] – noun - extreme and insatiable desire for wealth
Baseball - Boys Varsity
Basketball - Boys JV
Basketball - Girls JV
Basketball, Boys conditioning
Basketball, Girls - Conditioning
Beginning of 3rd Grading Period
Beginning of 4th Grading Period
Beginning of the 2nd Grading Period
belie [bih-lahy]—(v.)— to give a false representation to; to show to be false.
bellicose [bel-i-kohs] —(adj.)— inclined or eager to fight "The Operation Bellicose strategic bombing in World War II targeted the Nazi Germany
Black History Month Program
BMAC Awards Ceremony
bowdlerize [bohd-luh-rahyz, boud-]—(v.)— to remove material that is considered objectionable or offensive.
Boy Scouts Awards Ceremony
buffoon (n.) — a clown
cadence (n.) — rhythm.
Cap & Gown Distribution
carnivore (n.) — a flesh-eating animal.
character [kar-ik-ter]- noun– defined by your qualities, talents, strengths, and weaknesses.
cheerfulness - adjective – being joyful and positive, a d passing your joy on to others.
chincanery [shi-key-nuh-ree, chi-]—(n.)— trickery or deception by quibbling or sophistry.
chromosome — (n.)— any of several threadlike bodies, consisting of chromatin, that carry the genes in a linear order.
chromosome —(n.)— any of several threadlike bodies, consisting of chromatin, that carry the genes in a linear order.
churlish [chur-lish] – adj – vulgar, having a bad disposition; surly; rude.
circumlocution [sur-kuh m-loh-kyoo-shuh n]—(n.)— a roundabout or indirect way of speaking; the use of more words than necessary to express an idea.
circumnavigate [sur-kuh m-nav-i-geyt]—(v.)— to go around.
City Wide SCA Meetings
Class Awards Ceremony
Collaborate (kuh-lab-uh-reyt) (v.) —to work together
commitment [kuh-mit-muh nt]—(n.)— a promise to do something; accepting responsibility
commitment [kuh-mit-muh nt]—(n.)— a promise to do something; accepting responsibility.
compassion -noun– feeling another’s pain and having a desire to help him or her.
Conference Gymnastics Tournament
conflagration—(n.)—a large, destructive fire.
conscience [kon-shuh ns] —(n.)— the inner sense of what is right or wrong in one's conduct or motives, impelling one toward right action.
control [kuh n-trohl]- verb – to command, dominate, or restrain stomach.
DECA Fashion Show Rehearsal
DECA Yankee Candle Sale
deciduous [dih-sij-oo-uh s]—(adj.)— shedding the leaves annually, as certain trees and shrubs.
decorous [dek-er-uh s, dih-kawr-uh s, -kohr-] – adjective – in good taste, appropriate, graceful.
Dedication- noun - the ability to devote entirely to something. “Her dedication to medicine was so great that she had time for little else.
deleterious [del-i-teer-ee-uh s] —(adj.)— having a harmful effert; injurious.
de•noue•ment [dey-noo-mahN]- noun– the outcome or resolution of a doubtful series of occurrences.
diffident [dif-i-duh nt]—(adj.)— lacking confidence in one's own ability, worth, or fitness; timid; shy.
Discipline – A code of behavior
discredit (v.) — to dishonor, to disgrace
discursive [dih-skur-siv] – adjective – rambling, lacking order, jumbled.
disseminate [dih-sem-uh-neyt] – verb – to disperse widely, scatter, or spread.
Dual Enrollment Testing
dulcet [duhl-sit] (adj.) — sweet; melodious; soothing
effulgent [ih-fuhl-juh nt, ih-foo l-] [huh-moj-uh-nuh s, hoh-] – adjective – shining forth brilliantly; radiant.
End of 1st Grading Period
End of 3rd Grading Period
End of End Grading Period
enervate [en-er-veyt] — (v.)— to tire, to weaken
enervate [en-er-veyt]—(v.)— to weaken or destroy the strength or vitality of.
enfranchise [en-fran-chahyz]—(v.)— to endow (a city, constituency, etc.) with municipal or parliamentary rights.
engender [en-jen-der] – verb – to create, cause to develop, generate.
epiphany [ih-pif-uh-nee]-(n.)— a sudden manifestation of the essence or meaning of something; a revelation.
equinox [ee-kwuh-noks, ek-wuh-] - (n.)— either of the two times during the year when the sun crosses the celestial equator and when the length of day and night are approximately equal.
equity [ek-wi-tee] - noun – being fair and honorable in all situations.
erudite [er-yoo-dahyt, er-oo-] (adj.) – very learned
euro [yoo r-oh, yur-] - (n.)— the basic unit of currency among most members of the Europeon Monetary Union.
evanescent [yoo r-oh, yur-] - (adj.)— vanishing; fading away; fleeting. “Her evanescent beauty still showed some traces of what it had been in her youth.”
Exams- A1 & A2
Exams- A3 & A4
Exams- B1 & B2
Exams- B3 & B4
Expurgate: To remove erroneous material.
facetious [fuh-see-shuh s] - (adj.)— lacking serious intent; concerned with something nonessential, amusing, or frivolous.
faithfulness [feyth-fuh l]- adjective – being true to one’s word or doing something thoroughly and well.
Fall Sports Awards Ceremony
Fall Sports Begin
Fall Sports Parents Meeting
Fatuous [fach-oo-uh s]- adj. — Foolish or silly. “He describes his growing love of this country with an excited sense of wonder that never becomes fatuous.”
FBLA Fall Conference
FBLA Snack Machine
FBLA Virginia Diner Fundraiser
Feckless: lacking purpose or vitality.
fiduciary [fi-doo-shee-er-ee, -dyoo-] – noun – Law . a person to whom property or power is entrusted for the benefit of another.
Field Trip - A. Clark
Field Trip - Access College Foundation
Field Trip - Babcock/Silvers
Field Trip - Badolato
Field Trip - Baker
Field Trip - Band (Ingalls/Siniabaldi)
Field Trip - C. Henry
Field Trip - C. Moore
Field Trip - Campbell
Field Trip - Cicero
Field Trip - Cicero & Sedory
Field Trip - Donnell
Field Trip - Dr. Nickerson
Field Trip - Dr. Richards
Field Trip - Ebert, Ewers, & Lawson
Field Trip - Hamilton
Field Trip - Henry
Field Trip - Heyder
Field Trip - Honaker
Field Trip - Hyman
Field Trip - I. Wagner
Field Trip - J. Hatcher
Field Trip - Kasyanik
Field Trip - Lawrence
Field Trip - Manugo
Field Trip - Morris
Field Trip - Phillips
Field Trip - Royals
Field Trip - S. Varisco
Field Trip - Salcedo
Field Trip - Searles
Field Trip - Shoup
Field Trip - Sinibaldi
Field Trip - Smead
Field Trip - Thurman
Field Trip - Vannoy
Field Trip - Villanueva
Field Trip - Whiting
Field Trip - Zirkle
filibuster [fil-uh-buhs-ter]– verb– the use of obstructionist tactics, especially prolonged speechmaking, for the purpose of delaying legislative action.
First Day of School
Fundraiser - Bayside Marlins Ladies Club - Tropical Smoothis Cash-o-la
Fundraiser - HSA - Pennies for Pasta
Fundraiser - NHS - Gobble Grams
Fundraiser - Operation Smile Chick-Fil-A Cashola
Fundraiser - Yearbook - Fun Pasta
gamete [gam-eet, guh-meet]– noun– a reproductive cell having the haploid of chromosomes, such as a mature sperm or egg.
garrulous (adj.) — talkative.
gauche [gohsh]– adj.– lacking social grace, sensitivity, or acuteness; awkward; crude; tactless.
generosity [jen-uh-ros-i-tee] –noun – freely giving to others of your resources or time.
gerrymander [jer-i- man-der]– noun - to divide a geographic area into voting district as to give an unfair advantage to one party in elections.
goodness [goo d-nis] – noun – taking pleasure in doing good to others and to yourself.
goodwill [goo d-wil]—(n.)— friendly disposition; benevolence; kindness
Grade 9 Information Night Sponsored by the Guidance Department
Guidance Career Day
Gymnasium Closed - Conference Gymnastics Tournament Setup
Gymnasium Closed - Floor Renovation
Hallowgrams - Junior Class Fundraiser
hedonist—(n.)— a pleasure seeker.
hegemony [hi-jem-uh-nee, hej-uh-moh-nee]– noun – the predominant influence of a state, region, or group over others.
hemoglobin [[hee-muh-gloh-bin]– noun – the iron containing pigment in red blood cells of vertebrates.
Herff Jones Junior Class Meeting
Herff Jones Money Collection
Herff Jones Parents Night
Homecoming Week - Wear Red Friday (Bayside Spirit Day)
homogenous[huh-moj-uh-nuh s, hoh-] – adjective – corresponding in structure because of a common origin
honorable [on-er-uh-buh l] - adjective – being worthy of respect because of integrity and character.
Honorable – Being worthy of respect of integrity and character
HSA Blood Drive
hu•mil•i•ty [hyoo-mil-i-tee or, often, yoo-]– noun – modest opinion or estimate of one's own importance, rank, etc.
hy•pot•e•nuse [hahy-pot-n-oos, -yoos]– noun – the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle.
incendiary [in-sen-dee-er-ee]– adjective – inflaming with fire, strife, or emotion.
Inconsequential (in-kon-si-kwen-shuhl)- (adj.) —trivial, unimportant
incontrovertible [in-kon-truh-vur-tuh-buh l, in-kon-] - adjective– impossible to dispute, unquestionable.
inculcate [in-kuhl-keyt]- verb– to cause or influence (someone) to accept an idea or feeling.
indigenous [in-dij-uh-nuh s] (adj.) - existing naturally in a particular environment or region.
indolent (adj.) — lazy
ingenuity [in-juh-noo-i-tee, -nyoo-]—(n.)— the quality of being cleverly inventive or resourceful.
innocuous [ih-nok-yoo-uh s] (adj.) –not harmful or injurious.
insipid [in-sip-id] — (adj.)—bland.
Integrity (in-teg-ri-tee) (n.)—honesty, decency.
interlocutor [in-ter-lok-yuh-ter]– noun – a participant in a conversation.
interpolate [in-tur-puh-leyt] -verb– to estimate a value of a function or a series between two know values.
in•cog•ni•to [in-kog-nee-toh, in-kog-ni-toh]– adjective – having one's identity concealed, as under an assumed name, especially to avoid notice or formal attentions.
in•un•date [in-uh n-deyt, -uhn-, in-uhn-deyt]–verb – to flood; cover or overspread with water; deluge, to overwhelm.
in•val•i•date [in-val-i-deyt]– verb – to render invalid; discredit.
irascible (adj.) — easily angered, hot-tempered.
irony [ahy-ruh-nee, ahy-er-]-noun– the use of words to express something different from and often opposite to their literal meaning.
Jazz Band & Indoor Guard
jejune [ ji-joon] -adjective– not interesting, dull
jubilation (n.) — joy; exultation.
Junior Class Package Payment Due
Junior Class Package Sale
Junior Class Ring Dance
JV Cheerleading Practice
Kappa League Meeting
kowtow [kou-tou, -tou, koh-] -adjective– to kneel and touch the forehead to the ground in expression of deep respect, worship, or submission.
laconic [luh-kon-ik] – adjective – using few words in speech or writing
lexicon [lek-si-kon, -kuh n]- noun– a wordbook or dictionary, especially of Greek, Latin, or hebrew.
lo•qua•cious [loh-kwey-shuh s]- adjective– talking or tending to talk much or freely; talkative; chattering; babbling; garrulous.
ludicrous (adj.) — laughable because of obvious absurdity.
luminary (n.) — a person of prominence or brilliant achievement
Make-ups Senior Portraits
Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal
manner [man-er] -noun – rules of behavior that show respect and caring for others.
mediation [mee-dee-ey-shuh n]-(n.)— intervening in an argument, and helping to negotiate peace.
metamorphosis (n.) — a transformation, a marked alteration.
mi•to•sis [mahy-toh-sis]– noun – process of cell div
moiety [moi-i-tee] – noun – a half.
moiety [moi-i-tee] – noun – a half. Add the word of the day to your vocabulary and continue to improve yourself.
Mr. Bayside Pageant
Mr. Bayside Rehearsal
Ms. Bayside Pageant
mundane (adj.) — ordinary common
mundane (adj.) — ordinary common.
National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
National Honor Society Induction Rehearsal
nomenclature [noh-men-kluh-cher, -choo r]–noun – a system of names used in art or science
nonsectarian [non-sek-tair-ee-uh n]–adjective – not limited to or associated with a particular religious denomination
notarize [noh-tuh-rahyz]–verb – to certify or attest to the validity of a signature on a document.
Obtuse - lacking in intellect .
ob•se•qui•ous [uh b-see-kwee-uh s] - (adj.) —characterized by or showing servile complaisance or deference, servilely compliant or deferential.
One Act Play Competition
Outdoor Track - Boys Varsity
Outdoor Track - Girls Varsity
oxidize [ok-si-dahyz]–verb – to combine with oxygen, to make into an oxide.
Oyster Restoration Project
parabola [puh-rab-uh-luh] –noun – a place curve formed by the intersection of a right circular cone and a plane parallel to an element of the cone.
paradigm [par-uh-dahym, -dim]–noun – one that serves as a pattern or model.
parameter [puh-ram-i-ter]–noun – a constant in an equation that varies in other equations of the same general form.
Parameter – A constant in an equation that varies in other equations of the
passion [pash-uh n] – noun – a strong and almost uncontrollable emotion that fuels action.
pecuniary [pi-kyoo-nee-er-ee]- adjective – of or relating to money.
perfidious (per-fid-ee-uhs) - adjective— disloyal.
pernicious [per-nish-uh s] – adjective – intent on destruction or harm.
peruse (v.) – to read or examine with great care
photosynthesis [foh-tuh-sin-thuh-sis]- noun – the process by which green plants synthesize carbohydrates using light as an energy source.
Pie delivery from the FCCLA
Pies from the FCCLA Fundraiser
plagiarize [pley-juh-rahyz, -jee-uh-rahyz]]- verb – to use and pass off ideas or writings of another as one’s own.
politeness [puh-lahyt]–adjective – showing good manners and respect to others.
polymer [pol-uh-mer] - noun – a compound of high molecular weight derived either by the addition of many smaller molecules, as polyethylene, or by the condensation of many smaller molecules with the elimination of water, alcohol, or the like, as nylon
Pop – popular,populist,populate,population,popularize,populous
precipitous [pri-sip-i-tuh s] - adjective – extremely steep. “The precipitous mountain trail was extremely scary to hike during the ice storm.”
pride – verb – taking pleasure and satisfaction in someone or something.
progeny (n.) — on offspring, a descendent
Progress Reports Issued
PTSA All Night Graduation Celebration
PTSA Executive Board Meeting
PTSA Open House
pulchritude (adj.) — physical beauty.
Red & Gold Catering Company Cupcake Sale
Report Cards Issued
resilient (adj.) — quick to recover.
respiration [res-puh-rey-shuh n]- noun – the act or process of inhaling and exhaling; breathing.
ruminate (v.) — to ponder; to think over
Safe Driving Presentation
sanguine [sang-gwin]- adjective – cheerfully, confident, optimistic. “A sanguine personality is one of the four main personality types
SAT Test Day
SCA & Class Officer Induction Ceremony
SCA Dodgeball Tournament
SCA Elections and Class Officer Elections
SCA Executive Board Meeting
SCA General Assembly Meeting
SCA Leadership Workshop
SCA Powderpuff Football
SCA Student Exchange
School Closed- Labor Day
School Closed- Martin Luther King Day
School Closed- Memorial Day
School Closed- Spring Break
School Closed- Veteran's Day
School Closed- Winter Break
School Closed-President's Day
School Pictures - Makeup Day
School Planning Council
scribe [skrahyb]– noun – a person who serves as a professional copyist, especially one who made copies of manuscripts before the invention of printing.
Sedentary – inactive;characterized by too little exercise
self control – showing restraint and moderation, no matter how you feel.
Senior Class Awards Ceremony
Senior Class Luncheon
Senior Class Meeting with Guidance Counselors
Senior Class Package Payment Due
Soccer - Boys JV
Soccer - Boys Varsity
Soccer - Girls JV
Soccer - Girls Varsity
soporific (adj.) — causing sleep.
Sports Program Sales
sportsmanship – adjective – being respectful of other players and showing good grace in winning and losing.
Spring Sports Awards Ceremony
Spring Sports Begin
Staff Day (Flexible)
Staff Day - School Closed for Students
Steadfast: The desire to remain firm.
stewardship [stoo-erd, styoo-]—(v.)— being responsible and keeping things under your care
stewardship [stoo-erd, styoo-]—(v.)— being responsible and keeping things under your care.
Strive for Five Application Due
stupefy [stoo-puh-fahy, styoo-]– verb – to astonish, shock, make insensible.
suffragist [suhf-ruh-jist]- noun – an advocate of the extension of political voting rights.
Summer School Graduation
supercilious [soo-per-sil-ee-uh s]- adjective – feeling or showing haughty disdain.
supportive [suh-pawr-tiv, -pohr-] -adjective – being there when somebody needs help or comfort.
taciturn (adj.) — silent, not talkative.
taut [tawt]–adjective – tight.
tautology [taw-tol-uh-jee]- noun – needless repetition of the same sense in different words; redundancy.
taxonomy [tak-son-uh-mee]- noun – the classification of organisms in an ordered system that indicates natural relationships.
Teamwork – Working with others toward a common goal
teamwork –verb – working with others toward a common goal
Tennis - Boys Varsity
Tennis - Girls Varsity
Thermodynamics – noun - The branch of physics that deals with the relationships and conversions between heat and other forms of energy.
thwart [thwawrt] - verb (used with object) - to oppose successfully; prevent from accomplishing a purpose
tortous (adj.) — winding, twisting, devious
Totalitarian- A form of government in which the political authority exercises absolute and centralized control over all aspects of life
Tri Campus Holiday Concert
un [uh n] – adjective – a prefix meaning “not,”
unctuous [uhngk-choo-uh s] -adjective – Characterized by affected, exaggerated, or insincere earnestness.
United Way Collection
usurp [yoo-surp, -zurp] -verb – to seize and hold by force and without legal authority.
vacuous [vak-yoo-uh s] -adjective – lacking intelligence; stupid.
vaunted [vawn-tid, vahn-] – adjective – much boasted about
vehement [vee-uh-muh nt] -adjective – forceful or intense in expression, emotion, or conviction, fervid.
vicarious [vahy-kair-ee-uh s, vi-]– adjective – experienced through another.
Virginia Beach Sports Club Jamboree
Vision and Hearing Screening
Vo-Tech Recruitment Assemblies - Grade 10 PE Classes
vociferous [voh-sif-er-uh s] (adj.) – loud or vehement, noisy.
volunteering– v– freely offering to take part in an activity to help others
vortex [vawr-teks] -noun – a spiral motion of fluid, especially a whirling mass of water or air that sucks everything near it towards its center.
war•y [wair-ee] – adjective - watchful; being on one's guard against danger.
winnow [win-oh] -verb – to examine closely in order to separate the good from the bad; sift.
Winter Sports Begin
xenophobia (n.) — fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners
yeoman – noun – a famer who cultivates his own land, especially a member of a former class of small freeholders in England.
zealous (adj.) — enthusiastically devoted.
ziggurat [zig-oo-rat] – noun – a temple tower of the ancient Assyrians and Babylonians, having the form of a terraced pyramid.
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