I want to take a moment to thank our Staff, Parents, Families, and most importantly, our Student Body for a safe and successful Spirit Week/Homecoming. We were excited to bring back a tradition that was sorely missed last year. It kicked off with an outpouring of student engagement in decorating the hallways, followed by incredible and creative participation in our spirited dress downs, and a fun and safe Student Sunrise Tailgate Friday morning in the parking lot.
We could not have asked for a better day on Homecoming Saturday, as the sun was shining, we brought the Parade back to fire up the community, honored Teacher and Friend, Kathy Cooper as the Conrad Hall of Fame Inductee, and held our Homecoming Dance. This could not have happened without our fantastic staff, supportive parents, and amazing students.
Conrad Student Academic Success Library
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Mrs. Wood's Pre-AP Bio
Mrs. Wood's Pre-AP Bio Class did a Gallery Walk in which each group stopped at stations positioned in the classroom and out in the hallway. They analyzed data in various forms to identify trends and patterns.
Mrs. Fontinha's FFA Program heads to Cooke Elementary
Mr. Pappas brings Art to C Day!
Mr. Pappas brought introduced some quick "How to Draw" videos into his C Day activities. The creator of the film guided the class through a simplified approach to drawing some seasonal art. There was 100% buy-in from the class, who were excited to bring some art into class!
Class of 2024 Fundraiser
The class of 2024 is offering gift items for the holidays. There will be 3 items available for purchase the first week of December. The three items being offered are: Conrad "C-paw" Ornaments, Custom Conrad colored Pura Vida bracelets, and Conrad Redwolves Flags. Items are all priced individually, or if all 3 are purchased they will be 3 for $30. To ensure you are "in line" to get one (or more!) of these items, complete this pre-order form and you will be the first to know when they are available! https://forms.gle/8mZHJwhcRKi8r8K57
Digital Media Projects!
Students in the Digital Media Class are putting Photoshop to good use as they created these sports cards and Neon Tube Effect!
Cross Country continues their dominant season at the Joe O'Neill Invitational! The girls team placed 4th overall, behind strong finishes from Mallory Holloway, Alyssa Napier, and Jordan Blanck. The Boy's finished 7th overall, behind strong finishes from Ben Williamson, Braeden Peterson, and Ben Horgan. Both teams continued their surge this past week by defeating both Wilmington Christian and Tower Hill. With the win, the Boys moved up to 2nd in Division 2. Well done Cross Country!
Join the Field Hockey Team at home on Saturday as they take on Wilmington Christian. Prior to the game, the team will recognize their Seniors! The game will start at 1:00. Hope to see you there!
Our football team picked up a last minute contest after Dickinson had to cancel our matchup. The football team now has a game Friday, October 22nd at Tower Hill. Kickoff is at 7:00.
The Boys' Soccer Team defeated Newark 6-1 on Monday, October18th. Following the game, the team recognized their Seniors! They have a huge game coming up this Monday against DMA at Home. Kickoff is at 3:45!
The Girls' Volleyball Team had a number of special events this past week, starting with Monday's Teacher Appreciation night against Hodgson. Prior to the game, players invited some of their fantastic Conrad Faculty to take the court with them to be recognized. On Thursday, the team held their Dig Pink for Breast Cancer Match against Archmere. Both teams contributed to the effort to support this worthy cause. Senior Night will take place on Tuesday, October 26th against MOT.