BOOK AND SCHOOL PROPERTY RETURN
TODAY-May 27: Freshmen morning/Sophomores afternoon
May 28: Juniors morning/Seniors afternoon
Book Return Days are today, May 27 and tomorrow, May 28. Students are scheduled for a 20 minute window to promote social distancing. All school property (books, technology, instruments, uniforms, parking permits, etc.) must be returned before the end of our academic year, otherwise, fines or fees may be assessed. They will also have a chance to clear out their lockers, drop off any uniforms, return any library materials, drop off any technology, return any musical instruments, or pick up any medications. Please print out the instruction sheet and bring it with for your scheduled time. Seniors must complete the supplement on the back of the sheet and drop it off upon departure from the school in order to graduate on June 3-4. Copies of the instructions and supplement will be available when entering through the Bluestone Lobby.
Mrs. Charity will be in the main office for any fees or fines. No more than 50 people will be in the building at a time.
Book Return Instructions
Book Return Schedule
BACCALAUREATE: PHOTOS NEEDED
This year's Senior Baccalaureate Service will take on a new format. Due to the Governor's executive order restricting social gatherings, the PTSA is no longer able to host this service as planned at Temple Beth El; however, we will honor the graduating class with a video baccalaureate service featuring remarks from four Richmond area faith leaders and musical selections performed by fellow graduates. The PTSA will share this service through social media, offering seniors a keepsake video to help celebrate their hard work and achievements.
In addition, we would like to feature individual pictures of the seniors in their caps and gowns. To help us create our video, we need seniors to share individual pictures of themselves in their gap and gown by June 1.
Please upload your photos HERE
SENIOR ART NIGHT JUNE 1
If you want to see some amazing Maggie L. Walker student artwork, please join us for our global virtual opening of our annual senior art exhibit, titled Celestial. This year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we will have our exhibition online starting June 1, 2020. The exhibition can be found at www.Celestial2020.com. That evening, we will also have a virtual opening starting at 6 p.m. EDT where these young artists will have an opportunity to give short artist talks and take questions. Access the opening through Zoom.
This is the annual capstone event for the Maggie L. Walker Governor's School Fine Arts department for seniors enrolled in Art 4 and Art 5. The artists in this year’s show include and will be speaking at these scheduled times on June 1.
- Opening remarks 6:00-6:10 p.m.
- Max Goldkuhle 6:10-6:20 p.m.
- Marina Kapitanov 6:20-6:30 p.m.
- Natalie Kim 6:30-6:40 p.m.
- Maya Koehn-Wu 6:40-6:50 p.m.
- Eileen Morley 6:50-7:00 p.m.
- Mia Rodriguez 7:00-7:10 p.m.
- Amelia Seabury 7:10-7:20 p.m.
- Raina Tian 7:20-7:30 p.m.
- Lucy Wampler 7:30-7:40 p.m.
- Jacqueline Yu 7:40-7:50 p.m.
- Closing remarks 7:50-8:00 p.m.
If you are unable to make the virtual opening, the online exhibition will run through the summer. You may also see the student artwork on Instagram.
Please help support these incredible students by sharing this event on Facebook
CUBE TO CURE EVENT A SUCCESS!
On Saturday, May 23, MLWGS juniors Jacob Lee, Ryland Wilson, and John Staley hosted Cube to Cure 2020, an online Rubik's cube competition designed to raise money for COVID-19 relief. The event brought together over 100 competitors from 12 countries to race in solving Rubik's cube puzzles. From registration fees, voluntary donations, and sales of cube-patterned face masks, Cube to Cure 2020 raised $2600, which will be donated to Heart to Heart International.
You can still buy Cube Themed Face Masks or donate; learn more at the Cube to Cure website.
Watch the news segment on CBS6!