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A night in the gym

Juniors have lock-in after camping trip cancelled

March 23, 2017

Every year the 9th, 10th, and 11th grades each have a camping trip and community service as opportunities for grade bonding and tikkun olam (repairing the world). This year, however, the Junior class’s camping trip this past weekend was cancelled due to nighttime temperatures in the low 30s and resulting health concerns. In absence of the trip, Weber planned a gym lock-in with a hike afterwards. For the community service, the Junior class participated in J-Serve Atlanta, a Jewish youth community service event.

Molly Schwarz, Dylan Oakes, and Omer Friedman pose with Haskell, a resident of Berman Commons, during J-Serve. (Dylan Oakes)

Abby Goldberg, Rachel Kaplan, and Zach Negin enjoying the nice day on the red benches before the lock-in. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Bonding in the gym. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

The Junior boys played soccer Sunday evening. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Juniors Eli Katz and Jordan Arbiv were among those who enjoyed a fast-paced soccer game. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

The geese were tough spectators of the soccer game. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Hanging out after the soccer game. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Mr. Smith relaxes and plays the guitar while the grade enjoys their grade activities. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Jason Zarge, a grade representative, and Carly Berman explain game instructions. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Jason Zarge, a grade representative, and Carly Berman explain game instructions. (Sam Halpern/The RamPage)

The Juniors participate in a trust activity. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

The Junior class plays a game of musical chairs. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

In the evening, several students got a bed-side view of the game on Raye Merlin’s air mattress. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Averie Bernstein gives Hannah Krinsky a ride after helping clean up breakfast on Monday morning. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Although over half the grade came to the lock in, only five juniors and Ms. Zonneveld took a 0.5 mile hike at Sope Creek, part of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Although over half the grade came to the lock in, only five Juniors and Ms. Zonneveld took a 0.5 mile hike at Sope Creek, part of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

Hannah Krinsky, Courtney Berman, and Jason Zarge figure out which trail to take. (The RamPage/Sam Halpern)

UPDATED 11/5/17 to reflect adherence to the AP Stylebook.

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