JROTC Drill Team - 5th in the NATION!!!
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY - 7th in STATE 3A!
MARCHING BAND - 11th in STATE 3A!
In order to help keep our students and staff safe, it is now possible for concerns to be reported anonymously to administrators and guidance counselors. Students, parents, community members, or others may make a report. We know that no one wants to be a "snitch," but we also know that students shouldn't have to decide between being a "snitch" and all of us being in a safe environment. It's now even easier to let us know what is going on. Click HERE for the HOW-TO on reporting an incident.
EARLY COLLEGE INFORMATION
DELAYED START WEDNESDAYS
The tardy bell rings at 9:10. Buses will pick-up 1 hour later than on a normal pick-up day.
THANK A TEACHER OR STAFF MEMBER
Teachers and other staff members often go without being recognized for things they do that go above and beyond their everyday responsibilities. We have started this link to encourage and allow students, parents, teachers/staff, and community members to share something positive! We will share these at faculty meetings, as well as other times as appropriate. As you complete a "Feather for your Cap" form for a teacher/staff member, you can remain anonymous if you wish! Thank you in advance for taking the time to make a teachers/staff members day!
The main purpose of the Wednesday Intervention Block is to provide a scheduled time during the regular school day to work with students that are struggling or excelling. Many of our students that need additional support are students that ride a bus and therefore do not have a chance to meet with teachers before or after school. Some parents have asked if this means a student has to wait for intervention to get help from a teacher...absolutely NOT! Our teachers are still available and want to address the things students are understanding earlier, rather than later! We also hope to use this time to accelerate the learning for those students that are doing well in class.
OF THE YEAR
Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year,
Karen Kish, for being named the District
Teacher of the Year!
Click HERE for the announcements.