As we near the end of an outstanding 2016-2017 school year, we would like to reemphasize the importance of school expectations.
- Students will continue to follow all school rules.
- Parents should remind students to act accordingly during hallway transitions, bathroom breaks and in the cafeteria.
- Uniform dress will be required, as it is every day, through the end of the school year.
- Beginning Wednesday, May 10, 2017, students will no longer be able to bring book bags to school.
- Students are responsible for all lost textbooks and/or Media Center books.You may get the cost of the lost book from your child’s teacher or from the Media Specialist (Media Center).
- Report cards will be mailed only to those students who do not have any financial obligations.All financial obligations can be paid in the main office by cash or money order after May 26th.
School attendance matters and it is important to your student’s academic, personal/social, and post-secondary success. To ensure that our students have every opportunity to be successful in school, we request your continued support, assistance and commitment to making sure your student attends school on time five days a week.
To maintain a supportive learning environment, students have been taught the behavioral expectations of our school through Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies and/or the Multi-tiered System of Support. We have worked as a school community to make sure our students know and understand the expectations of good behavior and are able to make the connection between school attendance, good behavior, academic achievement and school success.
Our administrative team, faculty, and staff are committed to ensuring a safe closing of the 2016-2017 school year. Students will continue to receive quality instruction with learning opportunities through the use of classroom resources. We look forward to your continued support in preparation for the 2017-2018 school year.