End of the Year 
Principal's Newsletter
"Exit With Pride"

Dr. Peter Monaghan, Principal

Glenbard West Community -

Please take a moment to read through our final newsletter.  It contains all of the important information regarding our end of the year finals as well as the 2018-2019 back-to-school days.  Included as well are many of our student recognitions leading up to the end of the year. All of us should be very proud of the many accomplishments in the areas of academics, athletics and leadership. As principal, I have noticed the important role that seniors play in setting the tone for our school. The class of 2018 has done a remarkable job in modeling and mentoring our underclassmen. Our staff would not be able to do the things we do without their leadership.  We look forward to spending the next three weeks with this top-notch group of students and will definitely miss them as they head off to their post-high school destinations.
Next week is recognized as "Teacher Appreciation Week."   It is no secret that Glenbard West teachers represent the very best in terms of being student-centered, utilizing progressive teaching strategies, maintaining high expectations and providing supports for our students.  Our teachers are constantly promoting students and advocating in their interests. I can guarantee that a teacher played a role in every single student success listed in this newsletter. Our teachers not only do an outstanding job inside the classroom, but they are often involved with co-curriculars throughout our campus. We pride ourselves on working hard to have teachers involved with athletics and activities.  Finally, our teachers help us to promote the ethos and spirit of Glenbard West. Thank you Glenbard West teachers for supporting our students and the mission of our school!
And finally, as we wind up the school year, I also wanted to be sure and thank all of our parent volunteers.  This last Saturday, West held a very successful prom followed by a record-breaking post prom event led by parent volunteers.  This is just the latest example of the parent power we have at Glenbard West. Whether it's Boosters, West Nation, AMP, Friends of Forensics or any of the less formal ways that parents support our school, our success would not be possible without their commitment.  Thank you parent volunteers and everyone else who contributes to support Glenbard West.

Dr. Peter Monaghan
Glenbard West Principal


Day 1
Period 5
Period 3
Period 7
Day 2
Period 6
Period 2
Period 8
Day 3
Period 4
Period 1
Makeup Exam & Zero Hour PE

*All Physical Education and Driver Education classes WILL MEET ON EXAM DAYS.
**In the event of emergency day use, this schedule is subject to change.
*There will be regular morning bus service on all exam days.

Regular Bus
Depart West
Directions Bus
Depart TCD 
Activity Bus
Depart West 
Athletic Bus
Depart West 
Day 1  
Day 2  
Day 3 
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TECHNOLOGY CENTER OF DUPAGE - The last day of student attendance for second semester at TCD will be Friday, May 25, 2018. The TCD students (A.M. session) are to report to study hall on Tuesday, May 29th unless a guardian calls to excuse them.

EXAM MAKE-UP - Students who have an excused absence from an exam should schedule a make up exam with their teacher during the Exam Make-up Session. Students may also arrange with teachers to make up exams during Resource Periods. 

RESCHEDULED EXAMS - Students who have three exams on Day 1 or Day 2, may elect to change or move one of their exams to the Rescheduled/Makeup time slot on Day 3.  All exam reschedules must be completed one week before the exam.  Students can pick up the reschedule form in the Dean's office. Completed forms must be turned in by Wednesday, May 16th.

QUIET STUDY AREAS - Supervised quiet study areas will be available for students who wish to study during their free period.  There are to be no students in the halls without a pass during the exam periods.  All students are to remain in their classes for the entire period.
CAFETERIA SERVICE - The Bridge in the cafeteria will be open for breakfast in the morning and for snacks during passing periods for all three days of Final Exams.
Booster Glenbard Gear Sale

50% off all Glenbard Gear Merchandise

Date: Friday, May 4
Location: Circle Drive
Time:11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
3rd Quarter Departmental Award Recipients

Each quarter teachers across the various departments at Glenbard West choose the one
student who best exemplifies excellence within their discipline.  The West community
remains strong because of these students.  We congratulate the Departmental Recognition Award Recipients and thank the families and teachers who have helped them along the way.

Congratulations to the following students for their 3rd Quarter Departmental Award achievement.  Sophia Alles, Kameron Bedford, Sebastian Casiano, Emma Funk, Amy  
Gawrisch, Maja Jukic, Molly MacDonald, James McHargue, Eva Metz, Molly Molloy, Erica Ortiz, Sierra Shields, Eduardo Tavira, Artur Wydro and Rocco Zucchero.

National Merit Scholarship
Grace Larrabee
  Emma Pauer

National Merit Finalists
Ella Crowley
Grace Larrabee
James McHargue
Emma Pauer
Kellyn Powers
Teagan Ryan
Zachary Wang

 2018 Sixth Congressional District Excellence Award 
Alexandra Farmer 

Technology Center of DuPage
Senior of the Year 
Tess Arturi 

Dr. Monaghan and Tess Arturi 


       Ella Crowley with Mr. Fornaciari 

Congratulations to Glenbard West student Ella Crowley on being selected to represent Illinois and receive the Billy Michal Student Leadership Award from the National WWII Museum. The award is given to one student from each state who has a strong record of volunteerism, school and/or community activism, or implementing creative solutions to problems. This summer Ella will not only 
represent  Glenbard West, but the entire state of  Illinois  at the 2018 Spirit Awards held in New Orleans, LA.

Eagle Scout
    Daniel Eichin    

ACT-SO Competition
Jaylen Timms - Honorable Mention
Livingston Human Relations Award

Ann Bertane
Claire Burelbach
Emily Cohn
Hawraa Faisal
Jay Ludington
Samantha Moody
Megan Nibbio
Olivia Rosley
Sierra Shields
Alexander Truong

Rotary Significant Achievement Award
Nicole Ambler
Miles Evans
Barbara Flores
Emily Gaertner
Katarzyna Kostelic
Rose Mugnani  

Sons of the American Revolution Outstanding Citizenship Award 
Luke Farnum

Character Counts 
Pictured: Chris Mitchell, Aliyah Modiuddin, Nabeel Latifi and Khaalid Latifi

Principal's Pillar Award 
Khaalid Latifi
Nabeel Latifi

Scholarship Award
Aliyah Mohiuddin

Congratulations to Glenbard West student Michael Virzi on being named Technology Center of DuPage "Student of the Month" for April by the DuPage Area Occupational Education System Board of Directors.  
Pictured: Mike Souza, Janet Cook, Mrs. Virzi, Mike Virzi,
Doug Schlachter and Dr. Raquel Wilson

Seal of Biliteracy
The Seal of Biliteracy is an award given by a school district in recognition
of students who have studied and attained a high proficiency in two or more 
languages, with one of those languages being English, by high school graduation. 
The Seal of Biliteracy is noted on the high school transcript and takes the form of a 
gold sticker provided with the diploma of a graduating senior. The seal serves as a 
statement of accomplishment for future employers as well as college admission.
The following students earned the seal for either Spanish or French.

Nicole Ambler, Eileen Billings, Alex Bishka, Anne Blatchford, Grace Bouton, Kevin Carrillo, Karen Castaneda, Antonio Cormier, Ella Crowley, Grace Davidson, Daniel Espinoza,  
Erin Everson, Hawraa Faisal, Alexandra Farmer, Christopher Feliciano, Samuel Fenske, Barbara Flores, Nicholas Flores, Allison Galitz, Lauren Galitz, Anna Gavrylko, April Gaytan, Emily Gibson, Matthew Hanna (Spanish and French), Emma Hanson, Samantha Harris, Stephanie Hernandez, Andrea Herrera, Lorena Iannicelli, Nathan Jensen, Lucy King,  
Allison Klancnik, Grace Larrabee, Morgan Lemke, Michelle Lopez, Victor Lopez Jr,  
Micah Love, Jay Ludington, Frida Luna, Katharine McGrath, Courtney McHargue,  
Olivia Miller, Lily Montgomery, Bruno Montiel, Octavio Munoz, Lexie Ngo, Megan Nibbio, Emma Pauer, Lindsey Payne, Kellyn Powers, Elias Ramirez, Elizabeth Ramirez,  
Ariana Reynaga, Isaac Reynoso, Katherine Rindler, Joseph Romo, Teagan Ryan,  
Carlos Sandoval, Kailey Schmidt, Nina Schumann, Darren Seaney, Benjamin Serrato,  
Wasay Siddiqui, Emma Siemsen, Kaitlin Solak, Melissa Sotelo, Sarah Speizman, Maria Stirb, Mary Swikle, Marika Tammaru, Veronica Tapia, Saray Toscano, Samuel Travers,  
Nereida Tzintzun Santiago, Brycen Waitkus, Avery Williamson and Bailey Ytterdahl


Forensics Team - State Tournament
Team Placed 6th
Head Coach - Kim Gwizdala

Emily Gibson
State Champion - Original Oratory
3rd Place - Informative Speaking

Emma Pauer
State Champion - Dramatic Interpretation 

Performance in the Round - 3rd Place
Elizabeth Bassett
Ani Boghossian
Nam Doan
Jessica Griffin 
Chloe Karp
Anthony Lanzillo
Megan Nibbio
Audrey Pauer
Shaeleigh Regan
Gabriella Sanna
Isabella Sigalove
Alexandra Stolfe
Amy White

Girls' Gymnastics
Carlos Fuentes - Head Coach

State Champions
Lily Abella
Mikayla Benjamin
Anna Diab
Madeline Diab
Katherine Hoban
Caeley Johnson
Maia Lee
Claire McGurk
Abigail Myers
Taylor Ramirez
Nina Samuta 

Maddie Diab
  All Around Champion
Event Champion - Floor Exercise
2nd Place - Vault and Bars 

Anna Diab 
  IHSGGCA Rookie of the Year
7th Place - All Around

4th Place -
Bars and Floor

Taylor Ramirez
4th Place - All Around
3rd Place - Floor
5th Place - Balance Beam

IHSA All-State Academic Team
Lindsey Payne 
Math Team State Qualifiers
Neil Eckman - Head Coach

Ella Crowley
Jackson Detterbeck
Francisco Gallardo
Nate Jensen
Ben Kelleher
James McHargue
Kellyn Powers
Zayd Saeed
George Salafatinos
Gavin Schilling
Frankie Sheehy 
Chess Team
Scott Liechty - Head Coach

Alex Bishka - 1st Place All Conference
Zachary Wang - 4th Place All Conference 
Matter of Pride 
Matter of Pride is a recognition award given to students who
demonstrate through their actions, quality character that promotes
Glenbard West. Nominations come from staff members as well as
individuals within our communities. Ten nominees are selected
monthly and presented with certificates and t-shirts.

Matter of Pride - February Recipients

Left Photo
Back Row: Connor Skryd, Jason Jeffers, Zach Lukowych
Front Row: Ian Yearsley, Anglea Salonga, Mayra Avila

Right Photo 
Samantha Alviar, Jhon Jimenez Gutierrez, Saray Toscano and Lauren Pones

Matter of Pride - March Recipients

Front Row: Payton Esposito, Andrea Herrera, Emma Pauer, Maggie Pasterz, Madison Hacker, Jimena Garcia
Back Row: Carlos Holguin, Dominic Brisson, Alex Kernagis, Malcolm Mehr

Matter of Pride - April Recipients
Front Row: Liz LaVaque, Grace Larrabee, Grace Giffin
Back Row: Jorge Castaneda, LeKeith Chapman, Nabeel Latifi, Khaalid Latifi, Elias Ramirez, Cesar Arroyo, Yosef Contreras
This spring our club raised $1800 for a water tank
for our pen pal school in Kenya.
Glenbard West's club Global Connect is a club focused on providing partnership, guidance and idea exchange by connecting students from West with students in developing countries. The goal of this club is to create a community of students both here in Glen Ellyn and in developing countries who can share ideas and understanding of each other's cultures. In addition, we try our best to support the material needs of the school to help foster better learning environments. This year we worked with an organization to connect our school with Mindoni Secondary School in Kenya. We have been exchanging letters all year and just finished a fundraiser where different classes competed to raise the most funds. In these classes, mostly Human Geography with some Health and Biology classes, students became involved, competitive, and generous with donations and participation. Our final total reached $1800 and this money will go to purchase and install a water tank at Mindoni Secondary School in Kenya, Africa. This tank will allow students to come to school versus staying home to collect water. Water is something we take for granted and to be able to provide clean water for students across the world is fantastic. We are so proud of everyone who participated in helping us achieve and surpass our goal.

Senior Parents: There are three weeks left to celebrate your graduating senior and t ell your student how proud they make you through a yearbook recognition ad.   Select a cherished photo(s), choose a layout and add your personal message.  Ads due May 15th. 

Fine Arts News

Great Concert Season Concluding... 
The Music Department is presenting their end of the year concerts. The bands performed on Thursday, April 26th, the orchestra will perform on Wednesday, May 1st, and the choirs will perform on Thursday, May 2nd.  The highlight for each is recognizing the outgoing senior class for their contributions to each group throughout their time here at West.
In addition to our large group concerts, we do have one other performance to consider attending. The Honors Music Recital will be Monday, May 14th at 7:30pm at First Congregational Church just north of downtown Glen Ellyn. This is a performance by outstanding soloists from band, choir, and orchestra. Please join us for many wonderful night of great music making.
58th Annual Glenbard West Art Show
Art students recently capped off yet another successful year with Glenbard's 58th Annual Student Art Show. This show follows the very successful District 87 Art Show that showcased works from students from all the Glenbard high schools. A retired art teacher judged over three hundred Glenbard West only works of various media, representing the very best of this year's student production. Numerous winners walked away with awards purchased by our Glenbard West Boosters. One outstanding piece of artwork was chosen as the District 87 Purchase Award in which the district pays the artist to mount the piece and be permanently hung either at the District offices or here at Glenbard West.

Congratulations to Glenbard West Theatre on being one of 50 schools
nationwide to received a $10,000 NBC R.I.S.E. America Grant.

On Tuesday, April 24, the Glenbard West Art Department hosted their 58th annual Student Art Show Open House. Over 750 student artworks were on display...the best from each student in the department this school year.  Over 200 guests were in attendance and 42 awards were distributed.  It was a great night to celebrate the Arts at West. 

Honorable Mentions were earned by:      
Amber Bode, Diamond Bradley, Jonathan Contreras, Miles Evans,  Alex Farmer, Sidney Garza, Jenny Luu, Brook Mezgebe, Blanca Palma, Audrey Pauer, Lauren Pones, Melanie Quinones,  Kailey Schmidt, Ethan Schmitz, Mary Swikle, Catherine Teuthorn, Kayla Torres, Jackie Tran and Christian Williams.

2nd Place Awards were earned by:
Eileen Billings, Emma Blackwell, Sophia Bruun, Karen Castaneda, Kaila Ehlert, Will Flewelling, Emma Funk, Tu Ha, Emily Heneghan, Lilly Humphrey,  Katie Krebs, Lindsey Payne, Jason Quinones, Katie Short, Maria Spengel, Marika Tammaru, Sam Travers, Morgan Vergo and Sage Wuertzer.

1st Place Awards were earned by:
Legnaliz Alequin, Althea Belen, Eileen Billings, Sophia Coronelli, Emma Funk, Desiree Gawle, Bryn Lilly, Drew Orr, Kellyn Powers and Maria Spengel.

The Student Choice award was earned by:
Bryn Lilly

The District Purchase award was earned by: 
Kellyn Powers
Dr. David Larson, Superintendent
Wellness, preparedness key to a safe learning environment
The tragedy in Parkland, Florida was followed by inspirational scenes of high school students across the country taking a stand for school safety. The tragedy and students' articulate expression of the change they want to see must prompt us to continue doing all we can to provide a safe learning environment.
In Glenbard, we make every effort to keep our students and staff safe. We have security plans in place, we review safety procedures with students and staff, and we work closely with our partners in local law enforcement. 
We all can contribute to the goal of providing a safe learning environment. We encourage our students to tell a trusted adult if they see something wrong, whether in school, on social media or elsewhere. The mantra of "see something, say something" is key to increasing safety.
Social Emotional Learning
Our students' social emotional well-being is another element of a safe learning environment. Young people may be managing a wide range of challenges, including:
  • Social/emotional challenges
  • Dependency on alcohol or other drugs
  • Family matters, such as divorce
  • Mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety
Our school psychologists, social workers and other student services personnel provide a variety of social emotional supports and can assist families and provide resources to support students' overall wellness.
Let's look at some of the ways we address students' well-being:
  • Social Emotional Learning Competencies - We focus on students' social emotional learning competencies of:
    • Self-Awareness
    • Social Awareness
    • Self-Management
    • Responsible Decision-Making
    • Relationship Skills
  • Semi-annual Youth Leaders Community Forum - brings together our assistant principals for student services and a variety of professionals who work with our students outside of the school day, including representatives of youth counseling services, faith-based organizations, DuPage County agencies, sender schools, YMCAs, libraries, park districts and more.
  • Wellness Committee - A group of faculty and community volunteers focused on supporting goals related to student nutrition education, physical activity and social and emotional needs, as well as wellness programs for staff.
  • Live Life Well Week - focused on mindfulness activities related to students' responsible decision making, self-awareness and self-management, as well as activities for self-care and getting involved at school.
  • Glenbard Parent Series - In November, Brenda Nelson presented Mindfulness and Social Emotional Learning: An Approach for Sailing the Rough Seas of Adolescence, and in January, Shimi Kang presented The Myth of Normal: Understanding Anxiety, Depression and Addiction.
  • Illinois Youth Survey - This survey provides local, relevant data to assist with school planning on health and social issues.
  • Wellness Expo - Important part of our September health fair.
With more than 8,100 students in our care, we draw upon the collective experience, wisdom and unique perspectives of a diverse group of community partners to provide a safe learning environment. Parents and guardians are key partners in this work. Thank you for your continued support of our students, faculty and staff.

Staff Recognition

District 87 Inspire...Empower...Succeed
2018 Recipients
Chris Gladish, David McCarrell, Sandy Smith 

Athletic Update
Joe Kain, Assistant Principal for Athletics 

Congratulations to our Varsity Girls Gymnastics team and Coach Carlos Fuentes and his staff for capturing the IHSA Girls Gymnastics State Championship in late February. This amazing group of student athletes was able to capture the team title along with notable individual accomplishments. Maddie Diab finished 1st Place in the All-Around competition and also the Floor Exercise, 2nd Place in the Vault and Uneven Parallel Bars. Taylor Ramirez finished 4th Place in the All-Around competition, 3rd Place in the Floor Exercise, and 4th Place in the Balance Beam. Anna Diab finished 7th Place in the All-Around, and 4th Place in both the Balance Beam and Uneven Parallel Bars.

This has been another great year for Glenbard West athletics as we move into a busy and hectic time of year with spring sports.   Once again we have over 750 student athletes participating in spring sports this season and thank you to all of our coaches for providing great opportunities and life-long learning to our student athletes. They are exceptionally dedicated to their team and take great pride in being a Hilltopper! At times, weather dictates changes and reschedules and we ask everyone to stay up to date with all changes on our athletic website at http://il.8to18.com/glenbardwest for the most recent updates and game schedules. Please make it a point to attend a variety of our spring sports where you can see our student athletes perform at a high level. We look forward to hosting a variety of upcoming events including the IHSA Boys Lacrosse Sectional on Memorial Field during the week of May 21 through May 24.

The summer will be here before long and I would encourage everyone to enroll in Glenbard West summer camps through the Glen Ellyn Park District. The complete list of camps can be found on our website along with the Glen Ellyn Park District website at www.gepark.org.
There is truly something for everyone and we encourage everyone to get involved here at Glenbard West. 
Please note that fall sports will begin for Football and Boys and Girls Golf on Monday August 6, 2018. All other fall sports include Boys and Girls Cross Country, Boys Soccer, Girls Volleyball, Girls Tennis, and Girls Field Hockey begin on Wednesday August 8, 2018. In order to participate, registration must be completed on the parent portal for PowerSchool which includes the Athletic Code agreement and concussion awareness agreement. In addition, a current physical must be turned into the Athletic Office prior to practicing. The Glenbard West Athletic Handbook can be found on the Athletic website as well.



News from Student Services

As we enter the final weeks of the school year, it is important to make sure that each student finishes as strong as he or she can. Below are a few tips to consider with your student.

1. Set Goals:   Setting goals, both personally and academically, will help your student stay on track. Have your student create their own achievable goals and encourage them to try their absolute best!
2. Stay Organized:   Staying organized will prevent your student from losing or forgetting assignments or due dates. By doing so, your student can be best prepared for upcoming final projects and tests.
3. Do Not Put Off Responsibilities:   Slacking and procrastination are ways that your student may avoid their academic tasks. Putting-off school-related responsibilities will leave your student scrambling and stressed last minute. Encourage your student to keep their eye on the prize and complete responsibilities right away.
4. Stay Motivated and Maintain a Positive Attitude:   In order to beat summer fever and "senioritis", help your student to visualize the finish line and their goals.  Make your student aware of all the positive experiences that await them at the end of the year.

5. Take Time To Take Care of Yourself:  Be sure to help your student to recognize and reward their achievements along the way. Taking time out of their day for a mental break by doing something pleasurable is key for stress management. Taking breaks is also helpful for your student's mental health and attention span. Encourage your student to to eat, exercise, and sleep well.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018 
Dr. Lisa Damour
The Essential Guide to Navigating Adolescence: Untangled-The Seven Stages to Adulthood for Girls and Boys
Marquardt Administration Center  at 12:00 p.m.
Glenbard West High School at 7:00 p.m. (Auditorium) 

Wednesday, August 8 and Thursday, August 9

Required supplies are covered by students fees.  Physical Education uniforms and locks will be included in the Freshman fees.  Soph, Juniors and Seniors will be able to purchase new uniforms from the bookstore after the first day of school. During Back-to-School week, students receive official class schedules, student lockers and busing information. Yearbook and ID photos are taken at this time; dress code applies.     THIS IS YOUR ONLY OPPORTUNITY TO GET YOUR ID, YEARBOOK PICTURE & OFFICIAL SCHEDULE.  THE NEXT OPPORTUNITY WILL BE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15th, AT WHICH TIME THERE WILL BE LONG LINES.
The dates and times are as follows:

Wednesday, August 8 
8:30-9:00AM              A-C
9:00-9:30AM             D-H
9:30-10:00AM           I-M
10:15-10:45AM         N-P
10:45-11:15AM         Q-S
11:15AM-12:00PM   T-Z
Wednesday, August 8 
1:30-2:00PM              A-C
2:00-2:30PM              D-H
2:30-3:00PM              I-M
3:15-3:45PM              N-P
3:45-4:15PM              Q-S
4:15-5:00PM              T-Z
Thursday, August 9 
& iPad Training
8:30-9:15AM              A-C
9:15-10:00AM            D-H
10:00-10:45AM          I-M
10:45-11:30AM          N-P
11:30AM-12:15PM    Q-S
12:15-1:00PM             T-Z
Thursday, August 9 
2:30-3:00PM             A-C
3:00-3:30PM            D-H
3:30-4:00PM            I-M
4:00-4:30PM            N-P
4:30-5:00PM            Q-S
5:00-6:00PM             T-Z

                                       Friday, August 10 - Freshman Orientation
7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. in the Auditorium 

Remember to send your student with a form of payment for any past due fees:   Check, cash or Visa/MasterCard is accepted. Please make checks payable to Glenbard West High School - students will fill in the amount owed and will receive a receipt for their purchase. If using a check as payment, be sure your student has multiple checks for all yearbooks, West Nation passes, Booster Family Activity passes, Glenbard Gear and any other items of interest, as they are all purchased separately.
FRESHMAN &  TRANSFER STUDENTS ONLY: After going through the Back-to-School stations, all freshmen, & transfer students receiving iPads for the first time, will be required to stay for a 1½ hour District 87 iPad training. At this time parents may leave and either come back to pick up their student or allow their student to take the bus home. Upon completion of training, all students will be allowed to take their iPads home. Non-freshman transfer students will return for this training during the 11:30 time slot on August 9th. No one will be issued an iPad without this training.

Transportation:    Glenbard West will provide two shuttle busses from 10:00AM to approximately 2:00PM. These busses will run every 15 minutes and will depart from the back of the main building. The purpose of the busses is to take students home following iPad training. Please see the Bus Drop-off Locations chart below and discuss the best drop-off site with your student. Note that parents are responsible for getting their students to Glenbard West at their scheduled time. See the chart above for the Freshman Back-to-School Day/iPad Training and Deployment schedule.

Bus Drop-off Locations
Park Plaza Ave & N. Parkside Ave (NE)
Abraham Lincoln School
Hadley Junior High
Bloomingdale Rd & Shorewood (SE)
Glenside Jr. High
Willow Lakes Clubhouse
W Meadow Ave & Cimarron rd (NE)
May 15               Senior Honors Convo - Auditorium - 7:30 p.m.
May 23               Mandatory Commencement Practice - Field House - 11:30 a.m.
May 24,25,29     2nd Semester Final Exams 
May 25               Commencement - Duchon Field - 6 p.m. (Gates open at 4:30 p.m.)
May 28               NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day
May 29               Last day of school 
2017 - 2018
The Year in Photos