Happy Spring time! There is lots of good news here! Our WASC visit was a success, dozens of our seniors have been accepted to their “dream schools” and everyone is buzzing with excitement about plans for the future. By the time you read this, you should have received your child’s 5th report card, which is a progress report. If you did not receive the progress report, please notify our counseling office. We can get you a copy. Any grades of D or F should cause concern; in high school, every failing grade means your child will repeat a class. If you are the parent of a 12th grade student, it means your child will not walk in the ceremony on May 29th. Parents are always welcome to visit us on campus. Please feel free to call and make arrangements if you have any questions about our day-to-day life here. I hope you have a wonderful spring break (April 21st through the 25th) and we’ll see everyone back here for our last month together during the 2013-14 school year.
Hello Everyone! As we head into our LAST month of the school year, our students and staff are both happy and stressed! Seniors are busy getting ready for fun and hard work. Some of the fun involves prom activities. Prom is coming on May 10th and parents are reminded that the prom ends at MIDNIGHT. If you have any questions about the prom, you may call the ASB office or Ms. White’s office. The prom is a wonderful dinner and dance for which our students get very dressed up. It is a privilege to be able to attend, and it really is one of the favorite student events every year. Seniors still have hard work to do as they face their advanced placement exams, their senior project boards, and the rush to complete all the work they need for graduation. We are proud of all of you who will graduate in the ceremony on May 29th, and we will miss the class of 2014. Each student will have 10 tickets to graduation to share with family and friends; it gets crowded, so be sure to arrive early. It is truly the best day of the year, and one we want the seniors to remember for a lifetime. Have a great summer! We’ll see our underclassmen very soon, and look forward to working with the class of 2015.