Principal's Updates

  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of January 27

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 1/26/2020

    We hope the short week back was productive and allowed for a smooth transition into the 2nd semester.  Semester 1 report cards will be sent on Tuesday of this week to the address we have on record, so you should be receiving it by the end of this week. If your primary residence has changed, make sure you stop by the main office to update the records that we have on file.

    3rd quarter progress reports will be distributed on February 14. Academic achievements are not earned at the end of a grading period, but they are earned through a commitment to complete academic work on a daily basis. Each student should be spending 40-60 minutes per night reviewing course work, completing upcoming assignments and studying for upcoming quizzes and exams.

    We are offering online opportunity for students who earned a D or an F in any class that was previously taken throughout their high school years.  Check in with your academic counselors for more information on credit recovery opportunities.

    1st day for spring sports is February 10. All registration and paperwork may be submitted online, and can be found on our high school’s webpage. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Grecco.  All athletes participating in spring sports are encouraged to purchase an ASB/Athletic Card through the cashier’s window for $65. The ASB/Athletic Card supports the cost of all student extra-curricular and co-curricular activities.

    All students who participate in extracurricular activities, which include athletics, school productions, performances and school-sponsored events, are expected to maintain a 2.0 GPA, have less than 10 days of unexcused absences and have less than 20 tardies. Academic/Athletic and Extra Curricular eligibility is verified at the end of each quarter.

    The office of International Programs is offering opportunity for international student travel. There will be a parent meeting on February 10 at 5pm in the high school library.  Destinations include China, Mexico, Ghana, France, Morocco, Costa Rica and more. Save the date, February 10th at 5pm in the library.

     A couple of items that we would like your support with: 

    • Students are not to receive food from outside vendors or food purchased from outside vendors are not to be dropped off for students throughout the school day.
    • Closed Campus Policy: Once a student is dropped off at school or arrives to school they are not to leave campus for any reason. This includes unauthorized trips to the parking lot.  If at any time a student needs to leave campus they need to check out at student services office.  Please remember that the student parking lot is off campus.

    Throughout the 2nd semester, we will be encouraging all students to come to school as if they were reporting to work.  This means that they present themselves throughout the school day with a focus that will earn an academic pay check.  Pants/ shirts, and all clothing need to be worn correctly without undergarments or excessive skin showing. We can’t get academically paid if we are not present to all classes on time. All students should be on campus by 8:10am, so they are not late to 1st period. Thank you for all your efforts to get all students on campus by 8:10am.

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  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of January 21

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 1/19/2020

    We hope that you had an enjoyable Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. A quote from Martin Luther King Jr. “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.”

    Tuesday January 21, is the first day for the 2nd semester. Final grades for semester 1 have been entered and report cards will be mailed home January 27th.

    For the 2nd semester, it is important to set new academic goals and continue to have academic conversations with your child. The academic conversations you have with your son or daughter support, guide and reinforce your expectations for them throughout each school day, each quarter and the semester.

    Peer tutoring is available in the library, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3:30 – 4:30pm

    We are offering online opportunity for students who earned a D or an F in any class that was previously taken throughout their high school years.  Check in with your academic counselors for more information on credit recovery opportunities.

    1st day for spring sports is February 10. All registration and paperwork may be submitted online, and can be found on our high school’s webpage. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Grecco.  All athletes participating in spring sports are encouraged to purchase an ASB/Athletic card through the cashier’s window for $65. The ASB/Athletic card supports the cost of all student extra-curricular and co-curricular activities.

    All students who participate in extracurricular activities, which include athletics, school productions, performances and school sponsored events, are expected to maintain a 2.0 GPA, have less than 10 days of unexcused absences and have less than 20 tardies. Academic/Athletic and Extra Curricular eligibility is verified at the start of each quarter.

    Academic habits continue to be a focus for us. We want all students to be responsible citizens of our school community. That means we expect all students to come to school dressed appropriately with their ID’s visibly hanging around their neck. If a student does not have a photo ID, they will not be allowed into their assigned classroom. Before a student receives a duplicate photo ID, they will need your permission. Each ID costs $3.00 and a lanyard costs $2.00. We expect all students to be on time to all their classes, including 1st period class. 1st period starts at 8:20 am and we would like all students to be on campus by 8:10am so they are not late to 1st period class.

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  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of January 13

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 1/12/2020

    This is the last week of the 1st semester! At the end of this semester, you will have earned a portion of your academic paycheck! Yes, each student will be compensated 5 credits for each class they pass. If you are enrolled in 6 courses, and successfully complete those courses with a passing grade, you will have earned 30 credits. Each grade must be a C or better to satisfy UC/CSU eligibility requirements. Make sure you finish off the last week of the semester Titan Strong by preparing for any upcoming exams, and completing all projects and/or assignments. Check in with your individual teacher if you are not sure what is expected of you for the remaining last week of the 1st semester.

    All students should have checked out a personal tablet. The intent is for them to bring their tablets to school every day, just as they would bring pencil, paper, and notebook. Please make sure they understand the importance of caring for their tablet. Students are responsible for any damages to the screen, keyboard, or physical structure of the tablet.

    The African American Parent Advisory Council will be meeting this Tuesday night at 6;30pm in the library.

    Parent Teacher Organization will be holding their next meeting this Wednesday, the 15th in the high school library starting at 6:30pm

    Many students are taking online courses through Edgenuity – Please check in with them to make sure they finish each course by the January 15th.  No credit or grade will be given to any student who does not complete the entire course.

    If you have earned a grade of D or an F in a previous class, you may be eligible to retake that course through Edgenuity and improve your grade.  Check in with your academic counselors for more information on credit recovery opportunities.

    All students who participate in extracurricular activities, which include athletics, school productions, performances and school sponsored events, are expected to maintain a 2.0 GPA, have less than 10 days of unexcused absences and have less than 20 tardies. Academic/Athletic and Extra Curricular eligibility is verified at the start of each quarter.

    Academic habits continue to be a focus for us. We want all students to be responsible citizens of our school community. That means we expect all students to come to school dressed appropriately with their ID’s visibly hanging around their neck. If a student does not have a photo ID, they will not be allowed into their assigned classroom. Before a student receives a duplicate photo ID, they will need your permission. Each ID costs $3.00 and a lanyard costs $2.00. We expect all students to be on time to all their classes, including 1st period class. 1st period starts at 8:20 am and we would like all students to be on campus by 8:10am so they are not late to 1st period class.

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  • From The Principal's Desk: Week of December 16

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 12/15/2019

    The academic conversation of the week is the importance of extending the learning experience. Students attend 6 periods a day where a teacher introduces a new concept, reviews a concept or allows students time to practice and apply a learned concept. A student may retain 10% of the information learned in any given class period. It is important that your child spend an additional 20 minutes per night, per subject reviewing the materials that were taught in each class. A student does not have to be assigned homework to focus on their academics at home. Each night, Monday – Thursday your child should be reviewing their notes that were taken, the problems that were assigned, or re-reading the material that was given during each period of that day. If your child spends this additional time at home reviewing the material presented in each class, they will find that they remember more of the information, ultimately performing better in each class.

    All students should have a personal tablet. The intent is for them to bring their tablets to school every day, just as they would bring pencil, paper, and notebook. Tablets should be powered off each night so all software updates can be uploaded on a regular basis. In addition, tablets should be charged each night, so they have full usage throughout the school day.

    Yearbooks are currently on sale for $85. Prices will be going up so don’t miss out on reserving yours through the cashier’s window. Dedication pages are still available. A dedication form can be picked up through Ms. Schrampf or from room H105. Full page dedications are $150 and half page dedications are $80.

    This Friday, December 20th  is a minimum day, and the holiday break begins December 23rd. We hope that you all enjoy the holiday break and we look forward to all students returning back to school on January 6th. Have your child take the time to request additional work for over the break, so they can keep on top of their subjects. The end of the semester is January 16th and students will be taking their end of the unit exams from January 14th through January 16th.  Make sure you check in with each teacher for clarification on what is expected over the last few weeks of the semester.

    Attention Class of 2020: The deadline has been extended to December 20th, to custom order your graduation announcement, order your cap, gown, tassel and class jewelry from Jostens. Orders can be placed through Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

    https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1276637/Hercules-High-School

    Academic habits continue to be a focus for us. We want all students to be responsible citizens of our school community. That means we expect all students to come to school dressed appropriately with their ID’s visibly hanging around their neck. If a student does not have a photo ID, they will not be allowed into their assigned classroom. Before a student receives a duplicate photo ID, they will need your permission. Each ID costs $3.00 and a lanyard costs $2.00. We expect all students to be on time to all their classes, including 1st period class.

    1st period starts at 8:20 am and we would like all students to be on campus by 8:10am so they are not late to 1st period class. We look forward to seeing all students bright and early Monday morning at 8:10am.

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  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of December 9th

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 12/8/2019

    We hope that you had a great weekend! The academic conversation of the week is “Learn and Earn”.  The number one job of a high school student is to academically perform each and every school day.  Every day should be a focus on earning an academic pay check.  Last Thursday, each child received their “pay check” in the form of a pink progress report.  The progress report reflects the amount of work that each student puts into their classes. Yes – work and school are directly linked together, so when your son or daughter prepares for school, they are preparing themselves for work. We expect all students to come to school ready to Learn and Earn, meaning every day should be focused towards earning credits. Grades are not given, they are earned. The end of the 1st semester is only 3 weeks away!  ALL semester grades are entered on transcripts and reflect credits earned towards graduation. Each students high school transcript is the ultimate academic paycheck that can provide thousands of dollars towards academic scholarships. The high school transcript is also used for many other post-secondary career, vocational and job opportunities and may be referenced many years after graduation.

    The library is open after school on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday’s from 3:30 – 4:45pm.  This is a great opportunity for your child to use the library to study independently or work with other students.

    The music department presents the Winter Concert on Wednesday, December 12th  @ 7:00pm in the Gym. Every one of our ensembles (choir, band, and both orchestras) will be performing that evening.

    The Jazz Dance performance will be on December 10th, 11th and 13th starting at 6:30pm in the theater.

    The African American Parent Advisory Council will be meeting Tuesday December 10th in the library at 6:30 to 8:30. All are welcome. 

    Our annual food drive has started and will end December 18th. Non Perishable food items can be brought to your child’s 4th  period class.  Each day has a specific item we would like your child to bring. Monday – Peanut Butter, Tuesday – Pasta, Wednesday – Tuna, Thursday – Cereal, and Friday – Canned Vegetables.  All donated items will be delivered by Hercules Police Department to Hercules families in need.

    Academic habits continue to be a focus for us. We want all students to be responsible citizens of our school community. That means we expect all students to come to school dressed appropriately with their ID’s visibly hanging around their neck. If a student does not have a photo ID, they will not be allowed into their assigned classroom. Before a student receives a duplicate photo ID, they will need your permission. Each ID costs $3.00 and a lanyard costs $2.00. We do not want your son/daughter to build up excessive fines without your consent. We expect all students to be on time to all their classes, including 1st period class. 1st period starts at 8:20 am and we would like all students to be on campus by 8:10am so they are not late to 1st period class. We look forward to seeing all students bright and early on Monday morning.

     

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  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of November 18th

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 11/17/2019

    Our academic conversation of the week pertains to the sustainment of academic excellence. Being a Titan Academic Scholar is not something that just happens on its own. Being an academic scholar is a result of repeated academic focused behaviors that that are routinely followed at school and at home.  

    Have you had that discussion to clarify your expectations with your child? How do you monitor your child’s academic progression in regards to completion of assignments, preparation for tests and exams and track points earned for assignment in each class?

    Your child should be spending  a minimum of 40-60 minutes a night reviewing their schoolwork that was completed at school and preparing for upcoming quizzes and exams. If you have any questions regarding any of the classes your child is enrolled in, we encourage you to review each course syllabi, communicate with teachers, and monitor completion of classwork, assigned homework and test/quiz scores.  PowerSchool is a great tool to check on your child’s academic progress. It is important to review PowerSchool grades and assignments with your child at least once a week. Progress reports for the 2nd quarter will be distributed on Thursday December 5th

    We would like all parents to log into their PowerSchool account and update your contact information which includes best phone number to reach you and email addresses for both parents.

    All students who participate in extracurricular activities, which include athletics, school productions, performances and school sponsored events, are expected to maintain a 2.0 gpa, have less than 10 days of unexcused absences and have less than 20 tardies. Academic/Athletic and Extra Curricular eligibility is verified at the start of each quarter. More information can be found on our school website.

    Our graduation date for the class of 2020 has been scheduled for June 6th at 6:00pm. All West Contra Costa Unified Graduation Ceremonies will take place at the Richmond Convention Center. We look forward to utilizing this venue for our graduation ceremony this year.

    The Parent Teacher Organization will be meeting this Wednesday at 6:30pm in the school library. There will be some important fund raising updates. We also look forward to introducing our new PTO Treasure. Refreshments will be provided! Hope to see you there!

    School Site Council meeting will be this Thursday at 4pm.  We invite you to attend our school site council meetings and welcome your participation.

    Our Fall Play productions have begun. This year’s play is A wrinkle in Time. Showtimes are Wednesday – Saturday of this week starting at 7pm each night.  General Admission: $8.00 for students and $10.00 for adults

    Friday November 22nd is a minimum day; we will be on our collaboration bell schedule.

    Yearbooks are currently on sale for $90. Prices will be going up so do not miss reserving yours through the cashier’s office. Dedication pages are still available. A dedication form can be picked up through Ms. Schrampf or from room H105. Full page dedications are $150 and half page dedications are $80. Quarter page dedications are also available for $40.

    Academic habits continue to be a focus for us. We want all students to be responsible citizens of our school community. This means that we expect all students to come to school dressed appropriately with their ID’s visibly hanging around their neck. If a student does not have a photo ID, they will not be allowed into their assigned classroom. Before a student receives a duplicate photo ID, they will need your permission. Each ID costs $3.00 and a lanyard costs $2.00.. We expect all students to be on time to all their classes, including 1st period class. Any student who is repeatedly tardy to their classes will be assigned time management sessions which occur every Friday at the end of 6th period. 1st period starts at 8:20 am and we would like all students to be on campus by 8:10am so they are not late to 1st period class. We look forward to seeing all bright and smiling faces Monday morning.  Have a great evening.

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  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of November 11

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 11/10/2019

    A big thank you to all the veterans in our community, who served our country, risked their lives - and perhaps lost them - defending the American ideals of freedom and democracy. Veterans who have passed and those who are living should be remembered with respect, honor and pride. In addition, we appreciate all active members of the armed services – A special thank you for your service, dedication and commitment to our country.

    Our academic conversation of the week pertains to the sustainment of academic excellence. Being an academic scholar is not something that just happens on its own. Being an academic scholar means that you have developed academic habits that include studying for quizzes, completing all classwork on time, preparing for exams weeks before the exam date and making sure that you double check your assignments prior to turning them in. Progress report for the 2nd quarter is November 22nd.    

    Congratulations to all of our Titan Scholars – Quarter 1. For the 1st quarter, we had a total of 489 students who earned a 3.0 or above. The 9th grade class had 135, 10th grade had 105, 11th grade had 119 and the 12th grade class had 130 individuals who earned academic honors for the 1st quarter. Honor Roll certificates will be distribute this Thursday during 3rd period!

    This is a special reminder to keep watch over your personal belongings or items of value that you may bring to school. It is important not to carry large amounts of cash, not visibly count money in front of friends or classmates, not allow other people to use or borrow each other’s electronic devices, and to always be cognizant of how you carry or store your personal items of value.  As a rule, it is best to leave any item of great value at home and not bring it to school. 

    Any student, who drives to school, must have a valid parking permit. Parking permit applications are available through the cashier’s office.

    African American Parent Advisory Council will be meeting on November 12th at 6:30pm in the library. All are welcome to attend.

    Yearbooks are currently on sale for $90. Prices will be going up so do not miss reserving yours through the cashier’s office. Dedication pages are still available. A dedication form can be picked up through Ms. Schrampf or from room H105. Full page dedications are $150 and half page dedications are $80. Quarter page dedications are also available for $40. Senior quotes need to be turned into Ms. Schrampf by November 15th.

    All students need to be on campus by 8:10am so you are not late to your 1st period class. Thanks for having your son or daughter on campus by 8:10am. We look forward to seeing all student on campus Tuesday morning!

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  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of November 4th

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 11/3/2019

    Our academic conversation of the week pertains to Interpersonal Communication. Students need to communicate with their peers with a vocabulary that reflects respect, dignity, and their intelligence. Expressed vocabulary is a learned and an acquired behavior.  It is not uncommon to hear kids speaking, arguing, roasting, using profanity, and carrying on with little or no awareness of the vocabulary they use. In some instances, the tone can be harsh, combative and derogatory in nature.  Intelligence should not be something we turn on or off, it should be something we actively develop throughout our entire life. The words we choose to use in every day conversations need to represent the intelligent individuals that we are with sensitivity and tolerance to the personal differences of everyone around us.

    Senior Boat Cruise is November 16th. We have 10 tickets available for any 12th grade student that did not purchase their tickets last week.  The final day to purchase tickets is Wednesday. You must have a signed permission slip prior to purchasing your tickets. Tickets are $90 for this event.

    On November 5th, we will be hosting UC President Janet Napolitano.  All 10th and 11th grade students will participate in a short assembly.  In addition, we will be having representatives from all 9 UC’s for a college fair during lunch.

    We had 67 students with perfect attendance for quarter 1!  We encourage more students to strive for perfect attendance for quarter 2!

    We need all families to complete the Multipurpose Family Income Lunch applications, which is available on our school website. The online application is secure, and approval, if eligible, is within 24 hours. The link to the lunch applications is available on our school website and on the Hercules High School Facebook page.

    Yearbooks are currently on sale for $85. Prices will be going up so don’t miss out on reserving yours through the cashier’s window. Dedication pages are still available. A dedication form can be picked up through Ms. Schrampf in room H105. Full page dedications are $150 and half page dedications are $80. Quarter page dedications are also available for $40. Senior quotes need to be turned into Ms. Schrampf by November 16th

    Next Monday, the 11th  is Veterans Day Holiday, there will not be school on that day.

    Academic habits continue to be a focus for us. We want all students to be responsible citizens of our school community. That means we expect all students to come to school dressed appropriately with their ID’s visibly hanging around their neck. If a student does not have a photo ID, they will not be allowed into their assigned classroom. Before a student receives a duplicate photo ID, they will need your permission. Each ID costs $3.00 and a lanyard costs $2.00. We do not want your son/daughter to build up excessive fines without your consent. We expect all students to be on time to all their classes, including 1st period class. 1st period starts at 8:20 am and we would like all students to be on campus by 8:10am so they are not late to 1st period class. We will see all of you on campus by 8:10am.

    Here we are in the 2nd quarter already. Do you use PowerSchool to review all completed assignments, review all the grades that have been earned, and double check to make sure that you are doing everything that is required of you to get a C or better in each course. If you find your son or daughter is receiving a sub-par grade, please refer to each course syllabus to make sure that all expectations presented by the teacher are being met. If you find that you have concerns regarding the course syllabus or need further clarification on specifics courses, please reach out to individual teachers

     

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  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of October 28

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 10/27/2019

    We hope that you had an enjoyable and safe weekend. The district continues to monitor air quality and power outages. Messages and notifications will be sent out to families, as information is received.

    Our academic conversation of the week pertains to the use of social media and its effects on academic performance. As a high school student, the most important job they have is to focus on their academics, develop good habits and acquire useful knowledge so that they can build the necessary skills to move productively in pursuit of higher education and/or a career of their choice.  Yes, school should be considered a job and their academic paycheck is their grades.

    The other concern that we have is that of Cyber bullying. Cyber bulling is a crime and students can be criminally charged if found guilty. Some forms of cyber bullying can be sending insulting texts, and sharing or storing inappropriate videos or pics on their electronic devices.  We encourage you to monitor your son or daughter’s electronic device usage, have a discussion with them about appropriate social media use and check their phones on occasions to gain insight to the forms of communication they are engaging in. We encourage you to review all messages/photos that are stored on your child’s cell phone, social media accounts and text messages.

    Please make sure you shut down your tablet on a nightly basis, so all updates on software and applications can upload on a nightly basis. Also, it is very important to charge your tablets on a nightly basis, so students can utilize their tablets without interruption.  

    1st quarter report cards will be mailed out Thursday to the address we have on record for each student. If you need to update your mailing address, please stop by the front office so we can assist you with that.

    Thursday, October 31st is Halloween and we expect all students to be appropriate in the manner they choose to celebrate this holiday.  Students should not bring bags of candy or sweets to share with other students. Check in with individual teachers for questions pertaining to appropriate guidelines for this day. Students are not to wear full face masks, items with excessive goo or odor. Dangerous objects, or toys that replicate dangerous objects are not allowed on campus.

    On November 5th, we will be hosting UC President Janet Napolitano.  All 10th and 11th grade students will participate in a short assembly.  In addition, we will be having representatives from all 9 UC’s for a college fair during lunch.

    Senior Boat Cruise will be on November 16th. Boat Cruise tickets are on sale for $90 through the cashiers office.

    Yearbooks are currently on sale for $85. You can still request your yearbook with your name on the front cover so do not miss out, prices will be going up soon reserve yours through the cashier’s window. Dedication pages are still available. A dedication form can be picked up through Ms. Schrampf or from room H105. Full page dedications are $150, half page dedications are $80 and Quarter page dedications are available for $40. All Senior quotes need to be turned into Ms. Schramp.

    All students need to be on campus by 8:10am so you are not late to your 1st period class. Thanks for having your son or daughter on campus by 8:10am. We look forward to seeing all beautiful smiling titan faces on campus bright and early Monday morning!

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  • From the Principal's Desk: Week of October 21

    Posted by Paul Mansingh on 10/19/2019

    We hope that you all had an enjoyable weekend. The end of the 1st quarter is October 22nd and report cards will be mailed out Thursday, October 31st to the address we have on record.  If you need to update your address, please contact the main office. Honor roll certificates will go out to all students who have earned a 3.0 or above for the 1st quarter.

    We encourage each family to reserve some time within the school week to have an academic conversation with your son or daughter. This week’s academic conversation, “How effectively do we use PowerSchool?” Students have a PowerSchool account, Parents have a PowerSchool account and teachers have a PowerSchool account. The purpose of PowerSchool is to enhance communication between all three groups. Take some time to share with each other the benefits that checking PowerSchool can have on monitoring academic progress. Do you use PowerSchool to review all completed assignments, review all the grades that have been earned, and double check to make sure that you are doing everything that is required of you to get a C or better in each course.  PowerSchool can also be used to verify attendance. If you find your son or daughter is receiving a sub-par grade, take time to review each course syllabi, make sure that all expectations presented by the teacher are being met. If you find that you have concerns regarding the course syllabus or need further clarification on specifics courses, please reach out to individual teachers.

    Homecoming week is upon us!  We plan on having a parade on Refugio Valley Road on the 25th starting at 10:47am and a school wide assembly during 6th period.  Refugio Valley Road will be closed from 10:47 – 11:00am, so please plan accordingly. The Homecoming football game is Friday night vs. Saint Mary’s at 6pm and the Homecoming dance is Saturday October 26th. Homecoming dance tickets are on sale, make sure you get yours this week!

     There will be a general meeting for the Parent Teacher Organization on October 23 at 6:30pm in the Library. Come out and join the PTO, our membership and parent involvement is growing!

    Our 1st School Site Council is October 24th at 4:00pm. These meetings are open to the public and we invite your participation. We are looking for parents to participate as a school site member for these meetings.

    If you have not ordered your senior portraits, information on scheduling your appointment is on our school website. The next of senior portraits will be from October 21st – October 25th in the career center. Parking will be available in the staff parking lot after school.  The senior boat cruise will be November 16th, Seniors make sure to purchase your tickets this week!

    This week we will be performing dress code sweeps, tardy sweeps and ID checks.  Our # 1 goal is to make sure students are on time to all classes and show themselves as academically prepared so they can learn and earn in each class they are assigned to.  1st period starts at 8:20 am, we would like all students on campus by 8:10am.  We appreciate all you do to get students on campus by 8:10am.  We look forward to seeing all student on campus bright and early Monday morning!

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