Thank you so much to the over 65 families who attended the Ninth Grade Orientation Program at the high school. By clicking above, you will be able to access a link to the presentation that was given. It was a pleasure to meet so many of you, and we all look forward to working together over the next four years. For those unable to attend, schedules will be in the mail today. Locker issues which arose will be resolved and new lockers and combinations will be sent today, as well. Looking forward to a positive start to the school year. Never hesitate to reach out and let us know if you need anything.
Please note that our counselors have returned to the offices this week and are in the process of returning calls and responding to inquiries related to student schedules. Counselors will process these requests in order of urgency, working first with course updates/changes related to summer credits earned and/or exams passed, course level changes, etc. Courses not related to core graduation requirements and electives will take a bit more time. Please be patient as they work through the many messages they have received. They will respond to everyone.
As of Tuesday, August 19th, all student schedules and opening materials for grades 10-12 have been mailed and the eschool portal has been opened. Please note that our school counselors worked very hard to build a comprehensive schedule that meets the individual needs of as many students as possible. If you have questions about your schedule, our counselors will return to their offices on Monday, August 25th. In the meantime, please take the time to review the "Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Schedules" document, which can be accessed by clicking on the above title. This document will help answer a good number of questions that you might have. INCOMING NINTH GRADERS will receive their schedules and opening materials at 9th Grade Student/Parent Orientation on Tuesday, August 26th at 6:30 pm at the HS.
Click here for program information and registration form, due to Counseling Center no later than Sept. 4th.