PSAT Information: The PSAT test will be given Wednesday, October 14, 2015 from 8:40 am – 12:32 pm. There will be no make-up testing AM Vo-Tech students must stay for testing. PM Vo-Tech students will not attend Pruden. The Pruden Center will be notified of all Pruden students testing.
Reminders for students taking the PSAT: Students must know their ID number, they must have a “true” email address, and students may bring their own scientific or graphing calculator.
The National Honor Society would like to thank everyone again for donating to the Michelle-O-Gram Foundation. NHS has collected over $330, but the goal is $400. Please buy a Breast Cancer Awareness bracelet to support the cause. We will be selling them through Pink Out Day. Limited supplies are left.
Attention all 9th Graders: Take the opportunity to meet the leaders from business and industry in our area who will share information about their companies and what they look for when they hire workers as well as how to network to reach your goal of your “dream job.” The 8th Annual Professional Student Conference will be held on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at the Hilton Garden Inn. Professional Dress is required, but lunch is provided. Space is limited. Click here for the interest form.
If anyone is planning on leaving school after the pep rally on Friday, you must have a written letter from your parent or guardian prior to the start of school. No phone calls or emails will be accepted. Please turn in your note as soon as possible to the front office. We will start accepting notes Wednesday morning.
Need SOL Tutoring? SOL Tutoring will take place on 3 Saturdays this fall. Time is 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Buses will be provided and lunch will be served. Dates are October 31 (Lakeland), November 14 (Nansemond River), and November 21 (King’s Fork.) Click on the Registration link on the Nansemond River website to register.
Students that have been notified about SOL Writing Tutoring are reminded of the tutoring schedule: Ms. Newsome’s tutoring group will tutor on October 13, 15 and 19 in Room 103. Ms. Cowling’s tutoring group will tutor on October 13, 15 and 19 in Room 108. Mr. Lawson’s tutoring group will tutor on October 12, 13, 15 and 19 in Room 129.
Do you want to travel over spring break? We will be having an informational meeting on Tuesday, October 13 at 7:00 pm in Mrs. Blyth’s Room 111. Please bring a parent.
The next Prom committee meeting will be Wednesday, October 14 in the Library.
Any students, male or female, interested in being a Girls’ basketball manager should attend the informational meeting on Wednesday, October 14 in the Library at 3:15 pm. See Coach Mason or Mrs. J. Smith if you are interested but can not attend the meeting.
Voice Club meeting Tuesday, October 13 in Mrs. Leighton’s room, Room 107.
Do you know what E-Sports are? If you would like to find out more about E-Sports, join us in Room 114 Wednesday, October 14 from 3:00 – 4:00 pm. For more information, you can see Mrs. Kemp or Jack Chen.
Chrome members should see Mrs. Bowe in Room 211 by Wednesday.
Students that have been approved for early release MUST sign out EACH day and leave at their approved time. Failure to do so may result in revoking early release privileges and placing the student in a study hall.
If a student has been absent from school, he must submit a note for the absence. If the student has more than two unexcused absences within a 9 week periods, he will be in danger of failing for the 9 weeks.
Students who drive to school MUST purchase a parking decal to park on campus. Thirty three cars were ticketed last week. The tow truck will be here sometime this week. See Coach Young for your decal.