Updates from Mr. Silva
Tickets will go on sale in the Dean of Student’s office on Monday, April 9th until Monday, April 30th. If you are going and cannot get your ticket by that time please put your name on a list so we can get a count for dinner. Anyone who puts their name on the list will be required to pay for a ticket.
Seniors who have 13 or more unexcused absences must make up the time. See Mrs. Pruell in the Dean of Student’s office to obtain a makeup sheet. You then will have the option to make it up with a teacher for extra help, the homework center or extended detention. Attendance must be made up to graduate.
Class fees are a total of 250.00 for the 4 years. If you haven’t paid or don’t know your balance, you may see Mrs. Pruell in the Dean of Student’s office. Fees must be paid in full to get your cap and gown on Friday, June 1st, 2018.
As the students in the Class of 2018 look ahead to graduation, thoughts turn to creating a lasting memory of their time in high school. Send a congratulatory message to your son or daughter that will be remembered each time he/she looks through their yearbook.
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Updates from Mrs. MacLeod
Seniors are reminded that if they were unable to complete their product during the designated shop time, they should make arrangements with their shop instructor(s) to stay during their late help days between now and the winter break. Co-op students can make arrangements to stay during late help days on academic week. Alternately, students can elect to finish it at home.
Students should not assume that their project can remain in shop indefinitely. Oftentimes there is simply not enough space to make this possible. Students with storage issues must check with their instructors to ascertain if this is a viable option. Please be aware that a stored project is at the mercy of other “curious” students.
All Senior Projects are due in school for final submission and grading on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Late submissions receive a 10-percent penalty for each day late including all absences.
Co-op students are reminded that we need your time sheets ASAP! Some have failed to turn them in. The computer will process delinquent time sheets as “absent”. This means that your credit hours toward your Trade/Program Certificate will be missing.
A significant number of Co-op students have not checked their ITS Learning Co-op Course recently, or at all! Co-op students should be reading the items in this course weekly. Timely and valuable information is posted there on a regular basis for your benefit. This is the way in which Mrs. MacLeod communicates with you. Check it out today.
It is not too late to go out on Co-op. Any student who has met “qualifying conditions” for the last quarter can be placed at any time. This is true throughout the school year. Full time employment after graduation is a frequent occurrence from a great Co-op experience. Students are reminded that they must have their own transportation to and from the job according to the schedule of the employment. Some schedules change weekly so “catching a ride with someone” is seldom successful. At no point may a student hang around outside of the jobsite waiting for a ride home.
- Community Service Learning Experience (pdf)
- Senior Project Manual (pdf)
- College/Career Planning Resources
|Kristian Johannesen||Grade 11-12 L-Z Guidance Counselor||155|
|David Casey||Grade 11-12 A-K Guidance Counselor||123|
|Mary-Ellen MacLeod||Director of Cooperative Education||108|
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