Student art featured in gala tonight

Timothy Roseboro
The Rambler
The art program is putting on a showcase to highlight all of your fellow classmates’ work for the semester. This show will feature work from all the art classes: digital, crafting, and visual; and your very own foods program will be serving food and treats at the event.
The art gala will be held in the atruim 6-8 p.m. Dec. 18. This event will include film photo coverage by students attending Johnson C.
Smith University as a class project.
Ms. Lide, one of the teachers involved in planning this event, said that Garinger is often overlooked and “I want to show people the creative side of our school”.
So come out and support your school’s very first art show. See you tonight!

Wildcats winter WOW showcase

By Erica Watts
The Rambler
Garinger’s performing arts – dance, chorus, band and orchestra- will be performing a winter concert 6 p.m. Dec. 13 in the Garinger auditorium. There is no admission charge.
This is a formal assement and it will show the progress students made since the start of the school year.
Starting with the basics, learning the proper use of the muscles, the voice and learning to read music has prepared the students for this performance. They have practiced as if it were at a sports team. The students are learning how to work with one another. This is a team event they are all in it together. They understand that this is a performance, if they mess up, they cannot start over.
Mrs. Thompson, the chorus director, expects this concert to be very successful for students, staff and parents.”The Performing Arts teaches discipline,” she reminded. The students that will be performing in this winter concert are the ones who have been disciplined and know their music and where they stand. “They have put in the time and work.”
So, if you enjoy music, come out and join the performing arts in their winter showcase. Everyone is welcome to come and see the results of the performing arts classes. This is the second arts performance since Garinger’s chorus restarted last year. They are looking forward to another successful show.
The following students will be performing in the winter concert:

CHORAL MUSIC – Mrs. Jocelyn Thompson, teacher
Honora Ankong, Bryan Bailey, Destiny Black, Gabriel Bryant, Mikiera Bryant-Harris, Dominique Chambers, Elizabeth Horton, Shatia Lee, Lyan Martinez, Hannah McReed, Abraham Ordonez
BAND – Mr. Michael Cofield, teacher
Avery Chabot, Jamia Curry, Khalil Deanda, Marcus Noell, Jr., Jamel Johnson, Deja Lewis, Victor Noell, Jr., Troy Smith, LaVonne Truesdale, Jaquavia Ware,
DANCE – Ms. Adamma Haith, teacher
Mieron Abraham, Yaideli Cortes, Asante Farris, Gemille Sleweon, Aaliyah Wright, Stephanie Ayala, Kyneshia Davis, Porsche Love, Kevin Tukeba, Adeah Young, Jasmine Banks, Adonnya Dozier, William McDow, Keonna Wilson, Dasha Blackmon, Minyata Edwards, Ariana Mitchem, Taylor Waiser, Jorge Acosta Solis, Antonique Alexander, Daija Boulware, Yesica Cervantes Quiroz, Karina Cobos-Cano,
Ashly Delao, Ranardo Jones, Summer Massey, Elisa Maldonada, Axel Salguero, Phillip Moore, II, Destiny Black, Pamela Sawie, Keiaira Harley, Aliyah Walthall, Zaria Herndon, Aaron Morataya, Jacqueline Barrera, Ashlee Galbreath, Jasmine Lee, Tacarra Martin, Xzynia McMickens, Hannah McReed, Aime Mukisi, Lachrisha Sturdivant

Spirit Week starts today

By Asante Jones
The Rambler
This week is “Coming Home” for basketball season, which also brings Spirit Week.
Dduring this week, your student government has many activities planned in an effort to get more school spirit throughout the entire school.
Spirit week begins today (Monday, Dec. 10), with comfy / cozy day: wear your most comfortable clothing. Here is the schedule for the rest of the week:
• Tuesday (Dec. 11) is Back in Time day. Go way back or go a few years back!
• Wednesday (Dec. 12) is Reverse Day. Whether it’s teacher/student, boy/girl, or clothes on backwards, you can take “reverse day” however you want. We will accept it all.
• Thursday (Dec. 13) is Jersey / College day. Rep your favorite Garinger team by wearing a jersey or rep a college or national team with your clothes.
• Friday (Dec. 14) is BLACK OUT, where all students wear black to end spirit week.
The actual homecoming game will be Tuesday, Dec. 18 against Phillip O Berry, not Friday, Dec. 14, which is an away game.
During half time of the Girls’ varsity game, there will be a dance competition; and a Shoot Out during the boys’ game. Signups for these half time events will be during lunches this week.
Participate in spirit week and come out to the game next Tuesday against P.O.B. to support your Wildcats.

Help plan ‘A Prom to Remember’

By Asante Jones

The Rambler

Prom this year will be one to remember for juniors and seniors.

 A few juniors have gathered together to create this prom with the help of the advisors Ms.Barbour and Mr.Pickney.

This year’s prom theme will be a total secret to the senior class. Juniors are giving seniors a prom to remember as a gift. The prom is tentatively set for early May.

If you are a junior and have a creative, teamwork mindset stop by Ms.Barbour’s room LC-16 to pick up an application to see if you qualify.


Eat, clean and get a coat in ‘Winter Garden Land’

By Leroy Phomma
The Rambler
Garinger’s Garden Club is having a fit and green community event called Winter Garden Land 10 am – 1 pm Saturday, Dec. 8th at Garinger High School’s Green house.
The event will include a clean up activity in which the participants and volunteers will go around the neighborhood to pick up recyclables and trash.
Afterwards, the event will have a cooking demonstration using the vegetables the garden club has grown in the garden.
The garden club is also hosting a coat drive the entire week before the event. The coats will be given away to the volunteers on Saturday.
The event is free and open to the public.
The purpose of the event is to give back to the community.
Ms. Hendee and Mr. Ingram launched the garden club last year. This year, the club is partnering with One Hundred Gardens to create a sustainable type garden to teach kids about sustainable agriculture in three different regions.
One Hundred Gardens is a community-based organization that helps create and teach faith based communities, civic clubs and PTAs about sustainable agriculture for a greater cause.
Sam Fleming is part of One Hundred Gardens and he came to a garden club meeting to teach about hydroponics.
It will be installed in the near future at Garinger’s greenhouse.

For more information about the garden club contact Ms. Hendee. The regular meetings are 2:30-3:3- p.m. Wednesdays in room 205.

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