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Daily Bulletin

June 5, 2017

 

The custodians wanted you to know: it is not their responsibility to pick up your litter.  Show pride in your school and respect for your custodians and pick up your trash.

 

All students going into Honors Algebra 2 or Honors Pre-Calculus, you have a mandatory Summer Assignment post on the schools website.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Clark in room 109 or Mrs. Reid in room 108.

 

For those who have signed up for AP Chemistry for next year, please stop by Mr. Schoengarts room, room 204, to pick up the summer assignment.  If you will be a sophomore taking the class, be sure to speak with Mr. Schoengart regarding help available over the summer.

 

Attention Philosophers enrolled in Mr. Tow’s philosophy class next year, please stop by room 309 any day until the end of the school during lunch or after school to pick up information about the summer reading and to introduce yourself.

 

Students enrolled in AP Biology next year, come to room 207 before school, lunch or after school to pick up your summer assignments & book.

 

Seniors, if you have not turned in your final transcript request to Vera Park DO SO ASAP and make sure that you hand it to her, don’t just drop it off.

 

Cap and Gowns orders are ready to be picked up in the student store! Also if you still need to purchase them, bring $55 cash to the student store.  You MUST have a cap and gown to walk at graduation. 

 

Athletes there are only 4 days left to turn in your uniforms.

 

Seniors, if you have any test prep books that you don’t need, please donate them to the CCC. SAT, ACT, AP and SAT subject test books are always needed.

 

Attention all students who will be taking a COM course next semester. Credit forms and fee waivers will be located in the counseling office.  See Ms. Yi if you have any questions.

Lost and found is at the attendance office.  Check it out if you are missing something.  All items will be donated after June 8th

 

Students, don’t forget to clean out your lockers before you leave for summer.  The custodians go through and will throw away anything left in them over the summer.

 

Seniors, just a reminder that Rehearsal for graduation will be 1:00 on Thursday June 8th.  Attendance is mandatory.  Please meet in the amphitheater.

 

GOOD LUCK ON YOUR FINALS AND HAPPY SUMMER

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If students miss the reading of the daily bulletin it will be posted here. It is the student’s responsibility to keep up with the information contained in the daily bulletin.