News Brief: Schoolwide movie screening

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News Brief: Schoolwide movie screening

The WHS Theater. Students will watch the documentary

The WHS Theater. Students will watch the documentary "Etched in Glass" and participate in a Q&A session with director Roger Lyons on Oct. 24.

Credit: WSPN Staff

The WHS Theater. Students will watch the documentary "Etched in Glass" and participate in a Q&A session with director Roger Lyons on Oct. 24.

Credit: WSPN Staff

Credit: WSPN Staff

The WHS Theater. Students will watch the documentary "Etched in Glass" and participate in a Q&A session with director Roger Lyons on Oct. 24.

Kevin Wang

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Students will head to the WHS Theater to watch the documentary “Etched in Glass: The Legacy of Steve Ross” on Wednesday, Oct. 24. The film details the journey and accomplishments of Holocaust survivor and humanitarian Steve Ross. Director and writer Roger Lyons will hold a Q&A session afterward. WHS Principal Allyson Mizoguchi released the special bell schedule through email.

Block 1: 7:30 a.m. – 7:56 a.m.

Block 2: 8:01 a.m. – 8:27 a.m.

Block 3: 8:32 a.m. – 8:58 a.m.

Block 4: 9:03 a.m. – 9:29 a.m.

Block 5: 9:34 a.m. – 12:04 a.m.

Group 1: First floor of South Building and Fine Arts

            9:34 a.m. – 10:44 a.m.: Presentation in theatre

            10:50 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.: Lunch

            11:25 a.m.- 12:04 p.m.: Class

Group 2: Second floor of South Building and Field House/Fitness Room

            9:34 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.: Class

            10:19 a.m. – 10:49 a.m.: Lunch

            10:54 a.m. – 12:04 p.m.: Presentation in theater

Advisory: 12:09 p.m. – 12:34 p.m.

Block 6:   12:39 p.m. – 1:05 p.m.

Students will have the opportunity to discuss and reflect in Advisory.

“We think you will find this important documentary extremely moving and memorable,” Mizoguchi wrote in her email.

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