Good morning today is Thursday, May 23, 2019, and it is an “A” day.
Today’s detention will be in room 702.
Today’s ELA tutorial will be in room 204.
The LPP is holding afterschool-tutorial and homework help sessions Monday and Thursday in room 615 until the end of the school year.
Order a class of 2022 shirt! Please see Mrs. Estep in room 122 for an order form. Orders with payment are due today by 2:30 p.m.
The student council cordially invites you to our senior prom “pop-up shop” now through June 13, Mondays and Thursdays from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the back office of the library. Come check out and “shop” for a dress or shoes. Various sizes are available. Please see Ms. Hurley for more information.
The No Place for Hate Wall of Barriers is now completed and on display in the 200 wing. The bricks in the wall represent the barriers that stand between students and their goals. Here is how to participate: As you pass by the wall anyone, students or teachers, who see a barrier they overcame, will remove that index card from the wall. Together we can break the barrier down. Remember, as our speaker Robert Jackson said, “For Every Problem, there is a Solution.”
On Friday, May 24, we will be sticking it to the man. Voting is still taking place in the library; one penny equals one vote. We will report the official standing this Friday, but I will say, Mr. Wilder has taken the lead but for how long? Vote today!
The US History Regents Review will be on Mondays, from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in room 217.
Global History Regents Review will be on Wednesdays from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Please see Mr. Boncek with all your questions.
In an effort to help students and their families with the FAFSA application, there will be a FAFSA Completion Night at the high school on Tuesday, June 4, from 4 to 6 p.m. Financial Aid counselors from SUNY Sullivan will be at the high school to assist with the completion of this essential financial form. Parents and students are required to bring their 2017 tax returns (federal and state) with them in order to participate. Interested families must call 794-8840 ext. 10960 on or before May 30 to RSVP to let us know that they plan to attend. We will cancel the event if there is no interest.
There will be senior catch up nights for all seniors and early graduates on Tuesday, May 28 and June 4, from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the library. Please plan to bring work with you on these nights. Senior teachers will be present to assist students with their work.
If you have not already done so, you must pay for your cap and gown. When the caps and gowns arrive, yours will not be given to you unless it is paid for. Please pay Mrs. Manz in guidance or Mrs. Hazelnis in room 223.
Sophomores interested in serving as class officer for the 2019-20 school year should see Ms. Leyden for application. Please submit all completed documents to Ms. Leyden by May 28 at 2:15 pm.
The Tri-M Honor Society will meet on Friday, May 24, to discuss graduation garb and officer elections for next year in the auditorium.
Senior members of the National Honor Society, please see Ms. Leyden ASAP to be sure you have completed your community service hours and pay for your gold honor cord. All details are on our schoology page.
Prom tickets are now on sale! Seniors, please see Ms. Hurley in room 603, 5th period, or after school, to purchase tickets. Please get your date approved in the AP office if they attend another school or are an underclassman. Tickets are $55 each and are on sale until June 7. You must be eligible to attend after the June 4 pull. Seniors that are ineligible on June 4 may not attend the prom or the senior class trip.
We have canceled senior night at Holiday Mountain due to lackluster ticket sales.
Seniors who have submitted a request to bring a guest to prom, please pick up your approval from the AP office.