State testing begins next week. Busses will be running their regular schedule, but students who are not testing and have alternative transportation to school do not have to be at school until their 11:30 class. Students who are not testing and must ride the school bus will be able to sit in the commons, use the auxiliary gym, or study quietly in the library. Lunch will be served from 11:00 – 11:30 on testing days.
Monday, May 20 are all sophomores and those juniors still needing to pass the ELA test—
100 building and Portables 1, 2, 5, 6, 9
Monday, May 20—all juniors who are not taking the ELA will take the WCAS in the 200 building
Tuesday, May 21—all sophomores and those juniors still needing to pass the ELA test—100 building and Portables 1, 2, 5, 6, 9
May 28 and 29 will be the math test for all sophomores and those juniors still needing to pass the math exam
Prom pictures are still in the office:
Please swing by the office before/after school or during lunch.
Lost and Found will be cleaned out Friday, May 17th.
Interested in playing basketball next season?
Boys basketball summer league meeting will be held Wednesday, May 22nd in the main gym. Grab lunch and head over at 11:50 am for a quick meeting.
Read on Tuesday/Thursday until May 16
Spudder Olympics is on May 31, and this year, it’s going to be epic! Teams will compete in the stadium, and
spectators can come get lunch, pick up their yearbooks, and cheer on their favorite teams. Sign-ups are going on from now until May 17. Gather your team of six people and sign up in the office.
Make sure that everyone turns in their medical release form by the deadline!
Read Tues/Thurs Only:
Cispus counselor applications are now being accepted. To apply online, go to district web page.
Deadline June 1st
(Applications are open on the district web page. It is a maze. Go to Departments, then Instruction-
Curriculum-Assessment, then Cispus Outdoor School. Applications & information are found on that page.)
District golf at Capitol City Golf in Lacey, 10am