This week we begin a month of attendance awareness beginning with spirit week!
- Tuesday, September 10th – “We belong together” (Crazy hair) remember to stay in dress code - JUST hair is allowed to be crazy #Connected
- Wednesday, September 11th – “You belong to your team” (wear your favorite sports team shirts) #TackleAttendance
- Thursday, September 12th – “We belong to Comic vs Marvel Universe” (super hero shirts) #ShowUp #BeAHero
- Friday, September 13th – “We belong to Alee” (wear tie dye shirts or a shirt with rainbows on it) #WeBelong
Along with the spirit week, to emphasis attendance in school, next week there is an art contest within the district. The flyer with all the details will be sent home on Monday. All submissions should be turned into our school counselor, Mrs. Daniel.
Juniors and Seniors will begin FSA retake testing tomorrow. It is our hope that we will complete all FSA testing this week so we can return to normal learning as soon as possible. Please know that both the FSA Reading and Algebra 1 EOC are graduation requirements so please encourage your student to be on time because testing will begin by 7:30.
Breakfast is available to all session 1 students between 6:45 and 6:55. Session 2 students are always served lunch before they go to their first period class. We hope our students will take advantage of the food served at school or eat a healthy meal before they arrive to school so their bellies are full and they can do their very best on their tests.
On September 18 at 6pm, we will host our annual title 1 meeting in our student success center. Please plan to join us for pizza! We are excited to introduce you to our Title 1 paraprofessionals and share with you our Title 1 plan and goals for our students this year. Please RSVP by Monday, September 16th so we have plenty of food!
We will also be focusing on PATRIOTISM this week for our character education lessons in remembrance of all the lives lost in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Our teachers will be incorporating lessons throughout the week in hopes that our students will not forget this most tragic event that changed our world as we knew it. Most importantly, we hope they will not forget the more than 3,000 people that died in that horrific attack on America.
Thank you for your time. Have a wonderful evening!