The High School has had an exciting first quarter of school, full of anticipation for what the year will bring. The leadership and instructional team at our building are positively anxious to see how the students who are challenging themselves will adjust to even new academic pinnacles to climb with harder classes and new experiences.
The High School is asking parents to do their very best to send their kids to school every day possible. Consistent attendance in school helps to keep students engaged, up-to-date with information and prepared for the upcoming state tests and classwork. Naturally, when your students are sick beyond reproach, keep them home. Everyone benefits, however, when students stay healthy and remain in school on a regular and routine basis.
Please note the following date and opportunities on your calendars: Parent-teacher conferences are coming up on November 9, 2017, along with an important financial aid meeting that will take place that same night as well.
Please remind your student to dress appropriately for the weather, and please remember to drive carefully through the parking lots as students are walking into school before you know it the snow will start flying and the roads and parking lots will become slippery.
Finally, please take the time to talk with your students about what they are discussing in their classrooms each day. Check Progressbook to be informed about their grades, and to inquire on a regular basis. Your interest helps to boost confidence in your students.