College Planning Night: April 11th
Parents are invited to hear about key timelines, procedures, and resources to help support their students in the college process. A panel of college representatives will share their insights on managing the college search process, how colleges make decisions, and paying for college. For more information, contact your child’s counselor or Alicia Grande, Career Center Specialist, at email@example.com.The resource fair begins as 6:00 PM with the program following from 6:30pm-8:00pm in the Little Theatre.
Order Your Yearbook Today!
Order your 2019 Yearbook TODAY! We have a limited number available and they are going quick. Books are $70 and can be purchased with cash/check to Ms. Pierce in room D50 OR can be purchased online at www.yearbookordercenter.com, school code 4118
Upcoming College Fairs
Click here to find information on some of the upcoming college fairs in our area
Junior Focus Day: April 11th
During the first blocks on this day (8:10 am -11:12 am), juniors will attend four sessions that match their post-high school plans. All Juniors will report to their 1st period class for attendance and once an announcement is made over the PA, they will attend a general overview in the auditorium and from there will be released to attend the sessions. We are bringing in a variety of presenters to lead sessions focused on the two and four-year college process as well as military and career options.
Ecology club will meet on Wednesday, March 27th to plan Earth Week activities that will take place in April. The meeting will be in Coach Ponton's office (c49) and will start at 3:15 and end at 4:15. Snacks provided.
If you want to help with garden clean up during D lunch on Thursday, March 14 and ALL LUNCHES on Friday, March 15 please report directly to the garden area. Coach Ponton will be there.
Justice Wolves Pop Sockets and ID holders are back! Purchase from DECA Marketing students in Mrs. Petitbon's room C33 for $5.00 before school or during your lunch period while they last. Please bring exact change if possible.
All Students: If you would like to participate in Women’s History Month, please bring in a feminine hygiene item to donate for the kits going to Swaziland. Donation bins are in the main office, D64, D67 and D71. Thank you for making a difference in the life of a girl!
Eating disorders are behaviors that can lead to serious health problems. These behaviors can begin as a child, and affect both girls and boys. When discovered early, eating disorders are treatable. In 2013, Virginia passed a law requiring every school system provide information to parents annually about eating disorders. This information is given to parents of students in the fifth through twelfth grades.
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