With the holidays coming upon us quickly, students should enjoy time with their family and friends. But also be reminded that this means the semester is soon coming to an end. Students should not get relaxed in doing their work, attending classes, and preparing for exams. Mrs. Horton is working tremendously hard to schedule everyone for next semester and she will consider your college course placement based on your performance in current college classes. I want to thank the students who have been very patient with her as she works to schedule the entire school. Also thank you to the students who have demonstrated great attendance this semester. 37 students were invited to the ice-cream social for having less than three tardies and/or perfect attendance from August-October. Hopefully, we will have more students we can celebrate next go-around. School attendance is very important and reflects on students’ academic success.
A special thank you to the National Honor Society for their donation to the United Way students campaign.
November 27th -29th No high school or college classes for Holiday Break.
December 3rd -last day of college classes.
December 4th- Reading Day-NO COLLEGE CLASSES. High School classes are on regular schedule.
December 5th- College Exams begin
December 9th-18th High School Exams begin- (exact schedule is TBD)
December 19th-January 6th -Winter Break
Reminders for students:
Be mindful of picking up your trash and belongs before leaving any common areas.
Do not throw trash down in the parking lot.
Students are not to drive or park on campus. Also, students should also not park in apartment complex across the street. -towing and ticketing will be fully enforced.
Students are not allowed to go in to the Global Communication Center in the basement of the library until further notice due to complaints from the college.
Parents- please check with your students to check their college grades in Moodle and/or Empower. Students should be talking with their professors, with Mrs. Horton and me if they are having trouble in the class.
****Parents: We are in need of donations. Please consider donating paper plates (no Styrofoam please) , bowl, spoons, and folks for students use during lunch. Thank you ahead for your support.