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On Tuesday, April 8, 2014 three members (Kaylah Jacobs, Bailey Gouin, and Anastasia Stevens) of the Rebel Amigas, Leland and Gray's Jr. Iron Chef team, traveled to the State House in Montpelier. The students were among other Jr. Iron Chef teams who were recognized for winning at the state competition on March 22, 2014. While in the House Chamber a Resolution was read honoring the winning teams.
Following the Resolution reading and public recognition the teams set up food preparation stations in the cafeteria where they prepared their winning recipes for the legislators and other state employees. While proudly serving their food they met local representatives, Richard Marek and Carolyn Partridge.
Make plans for the
Leland and Gray Junior-Senior Prom
Saturday, April 26, 2014
At the Stratton Mountain Club
All juniors and seniors are urged to come and have fun at the elegant event!
Tickets are $30.00 each.
Come alone, with a friend, a date, or a group of friends.
Freshman and sophomores may come, but only as an invited guest of a junior or senior.
Guests are welcome from other schools to towns. L&G students must provide the name and address or their guest when tickets are purchased.
Tickets are being sold at Leland and Gray, during high school lunch through April 22, 2014. Tickets are $30.00 each and will not be sold at the door. Tickets can be held at the door for your safekeeping.
Career Center Students:
Please contact Mrs. Susan Jones to make arrangements to buys tickets.
This is a special formal event. If the cost of renting a tuxedo, or buying a dress is keeping you from attending, please see or contact Mrs. Susan Jones.
The Costume Ladies will be at Leland and Gray on Wednesday, April 2 and 9, 2014 to measure and take orders for tuxedo rentals. Payment is due at the time of the rental. Tuxedos must be returned to L&G for pick up by The Costume Ladies on Monday, April 28, 2014.
A photographer has been hired and will be at the prom. Students will be able to order and purchase pictures.
The prom committee is seeking interested parents to help decorate the space the night before the prom. The space is already quite lovely, so it is not a big job. In addition, we will need to take all the decorations down at the end of the evening.
Susan Jones Karren Meyer
365-7355, ext 128. 365-7355, ext 109.
Emily Thibault Olivia Reilly
Since being accepted into the program in February of 2013, 16 high school students from Leland and Gray have been gearing up to depart for a month-long study/performance tour of China as part of “Journey East: Leland and Gray’s Sino-American Academy and Arts Exchange.” Beginning this past January, the students, ranging in age from 14 to 18, have been enrolled in China-related courses at Leland and Gray where they have studied Chinese history, geography, philosophy, literature, language and film, in preparation for their adventure in the Far East.
A central focus of the Journey East program is an original production developed by the students with musical and artistic direction from long-time Leland and Gray music teacher Ron Kelley and Jennifer Connor, both of whom have extensive experience developing programs that bridge cultural barriers. Utilizing the diverse talents of the students, this fun-filled program of dance, comedy, instrumental and vocal music will be presented to thousands of Chinese students in primary, middle schools and universities in Guizhou Province, Chongqing, Shandong Province in eastern China and in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia.