Message from the Principal
Senior Class Information
SENIOR FIELD DAY (SENIORS ONLY)
WHEN: April 20th. Seniors will report as normal to first period. Seniors will be called down to the gym for a brief meeting to distribute yearbooks and discuss logistics. Yearbook distribution – the first book will be given to the class president.
THINGS TO KNOW: During field day there should be NO VISITORS. Students may not enter into the building. No water guns will be allowed. Students will be dismissed at 12:30 but are required to attend Senior Recognition Night to be counted present for this day. If you do not stay for Field Day, you must bring a note by 3:30 PM, Wednesday, April 18th. There will be no phone dismissals.
WHEN: April 20
THINGS TO KNOW: The first book will be given to the class president. All students will receive their yearbooks 111 M (ID Room) on April 20. Extra yearbooks will be available for $80.00 after APRIL 23RD in 107C (first come-first served). When you receive your yearbook, please write your name IN INK on the inside cover.
SENIOR RECOGNITION NIGHT
WHEN: April 23rd - program begins at 7:00 PM. Seniors need to arrive by 6:15 PM.
THINGS TO KNOW: Cap and gown should be worn. No designs on the caps.
THINGS TO KNOW: Seniors must take care of ALL delinquent fees (CREDIT CARD OR CASH ONLY) by 3:00 PM on Friday, May 25th. The diploma of any person who has not paid his/her fee by the deadline will be pulled. You will receive a bill in lieu of your diploma. Fees include IDs, transcripts, parking fines, library fines, books not returned, DMTC, cafeteria fees, etc.
May 16th (1st and 2nd), May 17th (3rd and 4th) and May 18th (5th, 6th, and 7th)
THINGS TO KNOW: Seniors not exempting an exam will follow the posted schedule for exams. Only seniors graduating in May are eligible to exempt examinations. Students in Advanced Placement courses are not required to take final exams in those courses since they have taken an A. P. Exam. Also, students in courses requiring an End-of-Course test are not required to take final exams in those courses since they have an EOCT. Please see the exam schedule attached to this newsletter. For those who exempt all exams, May 15th will be your last day.
Have a 80/B average in the class,
Have not been in detention hall more than 3 days second semester,
Have not been in ISS second semester, and
Have not been suspended from school second semester.
1. The state diploma requirements or successful completion of Occupational Program requirements.
2. Paid all fees by 3:00 PM on Friday, May 25 and
3. Fulfill all Detention Hall hours, ISS, and Suspension Days.
You may still participate in graduation if you have not met requirements 2 and 3. However, you will not receive your diploma until all requirements are met.
Important Dates and Announcements
Summer School 2018
•COST: $100 for a semester course (1/2 unit) - $200 for a year course (1 unit) - $150 for Apex Learning Lab.
•ALL classes in grades 9-12 will be held at Spartanburg High School.
•The LAST day to register for the 1st session is 3:00 PM - June 12, 2018.
•Registration for the 2nd session will continue until July 3, 2018, as long as space is available.
•Students must provide their own transportation.
•A course will NOT be offered if there is insufficient enrollment or if a certified teacher is not available.
Students can pick up a Summer School application in the Guidance Department.