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  • Thursday, June 9 - SENIOR EXAMINATIONS - PERIODS 1, 3, 7

     


    Contact:Administration

  • Friday, June 10 - SENIOR EXAMINATIONS - PERIODS 2, 4, 8

     


    Contact:Administration

  • Monday, June 13 - SENIOR EXAMINATIONS - PERIODS 5, 6
    PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENTS
    BY THE END OF SCHOOL ON MONDAY, JUNE 13, ALL SENIORS EXPECTING TO GRADUATE MUST HAVE PASSED ALL REQUIRED COURSES AND PROFICIENCY EXAMINATIONS - NO EXCEPTIONS! FAILURE TO COMPLETE THIS REQUIREMENT WILL RESULT IN REMOVAL OF THE STUDENT FROM THE LIST OF GRADUATES.
     
     

    Contact:Administration

  • Tuesday, June 14 - SENIOR RECORDS DAY – All senior failures will be recorded by 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 14. Seniors who wish to review their final examinations may schedule an appointment with their teacher between 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon, on Tuesday, June 14.

     


    Contact:Administration

  • Tuesday, June 14 - EARLY DISMISSAL FOR SENIORS at 12:35 p.m.  Preliminary graduation rehearsal in the auditorium at 7:40 a.m.
    Morning bus pick up will be provided. Bus transportation will not be available at dismissal.
    1. Outdoor senior luncheon will be provided (bring yearbooks for signing).
    2. Caps & Gowns will be distributed. Go to the posted letter of the alphabet that begins your last name. There you will be given a bag containing cap, gown, tassel, and a collar for the girls. Those students ranking in the upper 10% of the class will exchange the tassel in their bags for a gold honors tassel. The names of these students appear at the end of this bulletin. It is the student’s responsibility to obtain his/her honors tassel. The exchange can be done at the time the student picks up their cap & gown.
     


    Contact:Administration

  • Wednesday, June 15 - MANDATORY COMMENCEMENT REHEARSAL FOR SENIORS
    IN THE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM – 7:40 A.M. Prior to leaving, seniors will be given their guest tickets and then are dismissed for the remainder of the afternoon. Bus Transportation will not be available.

    1. Rehearsal is scheduled to begin at 7:40 a.m. sharp on Wednesday, June 15. All seniors will report to the auditorium at this time. Since important instructions will be given, it is necessary that seniors be punctual.  NO STUDENT MAY PARTICIPATE IN COMMENCEMENT WHO HAS NOT ATTENDED REHEARSAL.
    2. If you need additional tickets, please send a written note to Mr. Berrios’ office with the name and relationship to the graduate for whom the additional tickets are needed and we will do our best to accommodate all reasonable requests. Stadium tickets are limited, so please be mindful of this when making your request. Additional tickets for standing room only on the hillside above the stadium are available for extended family members. All tickets will be distributed to the seniors following graduation practice on June 15.
     
     

    Contact:Administration

  • WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15 - COMMENCEMENT – 7:00 p.m. COMMENCEMENT SPECTATORS
     
    1. Guests will not be permitted on the stadium field until the end of Commencement. Spectators are requested to remain in their seats until after the graduating class has completed the recessional. Balloons, chairs and coolers are not permitted in the stadium.
    2. Smoking is not permitted anywhere on school district property.
    3. Pets are not permitted anywhere on school district property.
     


    Contact:Administration

Service Learning

  • New hourly requirement for all service awards. | download

     


    Contact:Rodgers

  • AP ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE EARTHDAY UPDATE:   As part of ACT’s annual school improvement day, several students put in several hours of hard work to clean up trash and remove invasive weeds in Baederwood Park. Thanks to their hard work, Baederwood is now a more beautiful relaxing place than ever. Since these students worked so hard to help beautify one of our local parks, the least we can do is keep it clean. So, if you’re in Baederwood and you have to throw something out, remember, the trash cans are there for a reason.

     

    You will see a clothesline across cafe A. Using a clothesline is an easy way to save money and energy especially as the days are getting warmer. The average home spends $600 a month on drying clothes in a dryer not including dryer sheets. Using a clothesline will cut that cost completely and still give that fresh outdoor scent. Dryers waste $4 billion a year in energy costs in the United States. Look for more dyer use facts in Cafe A.  

     


    Contact:Wiley

  • SPECIAL OLYMPICS:  Congratulations to the Abington Special Olympics Team.  At yesterday\'s track and field competition the team earned an overall 11 - First Place Ribbons, 11 - 2nd Place Ribbons, 9 - 3rd place Ribbons, and 4 - 4th Place Ribbons.  Each athlete competed with enthusiasm, energy, and a display of sportsmanship.  Go Ghosts!   

     


    Contact:Jedlinski