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Ahoy mateys! Off on the horizon there be a show fast approaching and it be waving the black pirate flag. Hide your valuables and man your stations for it be those scurvy students of Rabun Gap and they be riding the waves on one of the most feared vessels of the seven seas: the Cirque Tortuga. Now in it's 15th year, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School proudly presents Cirque Tortugaon November 6-8, 2014. The performance, consisting of more than 50 students and faculty both on stage and behind-the-scenes, is an original story of action and adventure, trials and tribulations -- all with a healthy dose of humor on the side. Featuring all manner of cirque apparatus including trapeze, lyra, aerial silks, and Spanish web, this performance is sure to delight and amaze as our multi-talented students take to the air. Preshow event begins one hour before each performance! Cirque Tortuga Rearden Theater Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School October 6-8, 2014 - 7:30 PM October 8, 2014 - 2:30 PM
As the 2014 Eagles football team heads into the last game of the regular season Saturday, Coaches Earnhardt and Franklin are looking forward to NCISAA playoffs. Although the seeding is not yet official, it looks like the Eagles will be seeded #2 and play against #7 seed. Coach Earnhardt reported Thursday that it is highly likely that Rabun Gap will host its first playoff game next Saturday, November 8. Rabun Gap hosts the Camden Military Academy Spartans in the last regular season game Saturday November 1 at 2:30 PM. Coach Earnhardt said he hopes to finish the season with a nine win and two loss record. Playoff lineups will be decided Sunday. Go Eagles!
In efforts to keep students and faculty informed and aware of events both large and small, the Rabun Gap PEACE Team posts information in the main corridor of Hodgson Hall. The bulletin board, located outside Ms. Reimer's office, includes monthly birthday shout outs. There is also a section on, "What brings you peace?" Students are encouraged to share pictures that bring them peace and happiness with Anastacia Hutchinson '15 (pictured) for posting on the board. There is also a large tree in the middle of the board that is used for awareness and includes messages on leaves that let the Upper School community know what's going on for the month. October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Many thanks to the PEACE Team for the artful display of information and inspiration.

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