Dear Parent- Next week, April 20-23, we will be administering Stanford 10 testing. 5K-11th graders will be tested. The testing will take place each day from approximately 8am to 10am. These tests provide an important opportunity for us to see where each student stands academically and help us know how to best meet their academic needs as we work with them in the future. Please help your student do their best by making sure they get plenty of sleep and a good breakfast each morning. Also, please make sure that your student is on time each morning. Testing will begin promptly at 8:00. Classes will not be able to be interrupted during testing, so please consider this when making any appointments, etc. The Seniors will not be testing and must be at school by 10am Monday through Wednesday and by 9:25 on Thursday. Classes will resume with a normal schedule on Friday. Also, the 5th-11th graders will have a math section on Tuesday in which calculators will be allowed. They will not be allowed to use calculators on mobile devices, tablets, etc. The calculator must be a traditional calculator. Thank you, Mr. Moseley
Spring Fling Tickets On Sale Now
9th-12th grade Students: Tickets for the Spring Fling are on sale at the break and at lunch. The cost of the tickets is $12. Tickets will be sold until Tuesday, April 21st. No late tickets will be sold. Spring Fling is Saturday, April 25th, in the elementary cafeteria. Also, 9th-12th grade girls: The last day to have your dress approved for Spring Fling is Monday, April 20th.
Happy Spring everyone! A BIG Thank you goes out to everyone who has ordered their 2015 Yearbook! This has been a great year, and I am excited to see this year's book. If you haven't ordered yet, don't wait any longer. May 15 will be the LAST day to order online, and the LAST day to guarantee a copy. Head to jostensyearbooks.com now.
Grandparents/Special Friends Day 2015
Our annual Grandparents/Special Friends Day will be held on Friday, May 1. Our 4K-4th grade students and faculty are preparing a program for your enjoyment. Students have also created projects which they will display at the Knowledge Fair. The program will be held in the main gym, and the Knowledge Fair will be set up in the practice gym. Click on the link below to find a schedule of events for the day. This WILL be counted as a regular school day.
Next week we will be having the school play, "Rumpa-Whosa-Whatsa?". Thursday, April 16th, the elementary classes will be seeing the play in the main gym from 9:00 am until about 11:00 am, and the middle and high school classes will be seeing the play on Friday, April 17th, from 10:30 until 12:30.
Please send $2 per student to their home room teacher for elementary (or to the Bible teacher for Middle and High School) for admission to the play.
The Junior/Senior classes will also be hosting a concession stand as a fundraiser for the Junior/Senior class trip. Items will be .75 each (drinks, popcorn, and baked goods) or all three for $2.
We will also be having a public performance (with an optional dinner available) on Friday night at 7:00 pm. General admission will be $4 or $10 for the dinner theater. Tickets are available in the main office as well as a seating chart to sign up for tables.