Volume 124 - August 28, 2020
10550 Ray Road, Ponte Vedra, FL 32082                           904-547-8300 - Main Office
Office Hours: 8:30am to 4:45pm
From Mrs. Kunze
Happy Friday Nease Families!

We are so excited to have students returning on Monday! It has been a long 5 months and we are ready for the energy and excitement that students bring to campus to return. Mr. Cooler made a video for us to explain COVID and other changes for Nease this year. Please take a few minutes to view.

Campus will be open for students to access at 8:45am every morning. Remember face masks must be worn. They will report to 1st period at 9:20am. If they don't have access to HAC, the counselors will be in front of C-pod and can tell them their 1st period class. All students will receive a schedule and map in 1st period. Student IDs that were not picked up during Panther Pick-up will be distributed during 1st period. Students will have their temperature checked in 1st period and can remove their mask if sitting behind a desk shield.

Mr. Herrick Smith has a donorschoose project to fund a GoPro to shoot high quality process demonstrations for his distance learning students. If you can help fund his project, please click below.
Thank you in advance for your support!

Visitor Information
For the safety of the students and staff at Allen D. Nease High School, St. Johns County School District has a policy where all visitors must complete a volunteer online school access form which is good for three years. When doing so you are agreeing to a criminal background check and a sexual offender check. You are also agreeing to abide by the policies and procedures of the St. Johns County School Board and its facilities while volunteering. The process can take two – six weeks to process your form.
The following link will direct you to the online form. The form will take approximately 3 minutes to complete. School Access Form
Nease High School is a closed campus. Visitors to our campus are required to check in at the front office. When you arrive on campus you will be asked to present your I.D. The three forms of acceptable ID’s are a Drivers License, a State I.D. and a Passport.

Cafeteria Information
  • All SJCSD Cafeterias have switched back to PayPams. If you had a balance in the SchoolPay account, it has been moved to PayPams for you.
  • Due to COVID, the keypads in the purchasing lines are no longer available for students to enter their student number. Students MUST have their student ID to purchase food in the cafeteria.
  • Everyone is encouraged to use SchoolPay instead of sending in a check or cash for your child's lunch account.
  • There will be no open containers as all food will be individually wrapped.
  • Curbside Service will be available Monday through Friday from 9:45am to 10:15am for ANY distance learning student to purchase food or receive free if on free lunch. Please utilize the last gate on campus and call Mrs. Argitis, Cafeteria Manager, at 547-8289 for gate access.

EXCEL Time on Wednesdays
EXCEL time is 63 minutes for students to eat lunch, attend a club meeting, seek help from a teacher, or retake a summative exam. We will NOT start EXCEL for a few weeks as we want students to understand EXCEL expectations. This first Wednesday we will split EXCEL into 2 lunches and students will remain in their 5th period when they are not out for lunch.
1st half of EXCEL - 10th & 11th graders have lunch
2nd half of EXCEL - 9th & 12th graders have lunch
If students can bring their lunch and sit outside, we are strongly encouraging them to do so.

Parking Updates
Parking for the 2020-2021 School Year is sold out. 

Brick & Mortar Parking Tag Pick Up- If you are a brick and mortar student who did not pick up your parking tag on the two pick up days offered prior to the start of school, but you did submit ALL required documents online BEFORE Wednesday, August 26th then you can pick-up your tag Monday before school (8:45am - 9:10am in C-pod) and place in your care before school starts. If you submitted required documents on Wednesday, August 26th or later then you may NOT drive to school until Mrs. Cioffi checks your documents and gives you a tag. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Distance Learner Parking Tag Pick Up- If you are beginning the school year as a distance learner (option 2), your parking tag will be available for you when you officially return as a brick and mortar student. Please upload all of the required parking documentation through the link below. 

Parking Rules- Please review the parking rules with your student prior to their first time as an on campus driver. Parking Rules Link- https://www-nhs.stjohns.k12.fl.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Nease-High-School-2020-2021-Parking-Rules.pdf

Junior Parking Lot- Junior students who have been granted parking privileges, will need to park in the Junior Lot. This lot is located at the rear of the student parking lot behind the yellow line and the entire gravel lot. Parking is first come, first serve. Please always have your parking tag displayed. 

Senior Parking Lot- Senior students who have been granted parking privileges, will need to park in the Senior Lot. This is the majority of the student parking lot in front of the yellow line. Numbered Parking Spots 1-47 are reserved and you may not park in these spaces unless you are specifically assigned. Parking is first come, first serve. Please always have your parking tag displayed. 

Reserved Parking- If you were awarded a reserved parking spot (Parking Tags 1-47), you have a designated parking space. If someone is parked in your space, please park in the nearest senior spot that is not reserved. Please report the parking infraction to Mrs. Cioffi, Room C-121 for assistance. Please always have your parking tag displayed. 

Below are several letters/documents that schools are required to share each year. Please take a few minutes to read.

1.   Seat assignments on school buses: all student riders will have assigned seats. School bus operators will assign student riders to seats using a schematic of the bus during the period of August 31, 2020 to Sep 9, 2020. All seats aboard buses are numbered left to right, front to back. Transportation will scan and send the schematics to school administrators by Friday, Sep 11, 2020. Families will sit together. Kindergarten and Pre-K student riders ride up front as before. Operators will keep a working copy of seat assignments aboard the bus. Transportation will send updated schematics to the schools each quarter.
2.   Face coverings aboard schools buses: face masks, face shields, and neck gators are all acceptable face coverings aboard school buses. All buses will have 100 face masks aboard bus at all times to include adult and pediatric sizes. If a student doesn’t have a mask, operators will provide them with one. If a student not having a face covering becomes a systemic problem or if a student refuses to wear a face covering, operators will complete face covering referrals for school administrators to address.  
3.   Antimicrobial treatment: all school buses are treated with the antimicrobial coating. The product is rated for 90 days however Transportation will reapply every 45 days. There are decals in the lower right corner of bus windshields showing the last application of the antimicrobial treatment. 
4.   Daily cleaning and sanitizing of buses: all bus operators will clean and sanitize their buses daily. Sanitization is focused on the “hot spots” where children most commonly make contact with surfaces on the bus (seat backs, hand rails, etc.).
5.   Arrival and Dismissal Operations/Loading and unloading of school buses at schools: Transportation expects arrival and dismissal operations to proceed much more slowly than normal due to increased parent traffic at schools, ongoing roadway construction, county growth, etc. Transportation will prioritize safe and appropriate transportation services in a COVID 19 environment over timeliness until a new normal is established for school arrival and dismissal operations. School officials will load and unload school buses at schools in a manner that is consistent with all current COVID 19 protocols and procedures. After the first two (2) weeks of school (beginning Monday, 14 Sep), if buses are systemically late to/from certain schools, Transportation will work collaboratively with the school(s) to remedy the situation. Please use the first two (2) weeks to implement and refine COVID 19 protocols and procedures.
6.   Hand Sanitizer: Individual bottles of hand sanitizer are allowed for use aboard school buses. However, Transportation will not provide hand sanitizer dispensers or large bottles of hand sanitizer aboard school buses for obvious safety reasons to include slips and falls and fire safety.  

Very Respectfully,
Al Pantano
Director of Transportation

The District Calendar for 20-21 has been revised. You may print a copy at

Please note that the semester does NOT end at Winter Break; therefore, semester exams will be January 19th through the 22nd at the end of quarter 2 and semester 1.

Nease will be on a block schedule next year. Below is our bell schedule. A printable version of the bell schedule can be found on the Nease website under Student Life and then Bell Schedule.
Expectations for Distance Learners are below. This page can be printed here
For the first week of school, distance learners will need to log into a "check-in link" found on each teacher's Schoology page in addition to logging into a live conference each period.

For distance learners, AP and IB summative assessments will be held after school from 4:30-5:30. These will be held on Tuesday and Thursday, unless indicated otherwise by the teacher. More information to follow in the upcoming weeks.

Our District Curriculum Office created a video to help explain what distance learning will look like for our students this year. https://youtu.be/BdJvvGtyl-c
The courses listed below are the ONLY courses that have textbooks to check-out. Students who are brick & mortar will go to the Media Center Thursday or Friday through their English class to check-out textbooks. Students who are distance learners can check-out textbooks between 9:20am and 3:50pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday of next week.
  • Anatomy & Physiology Honors
  • AP Art
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Calculus BC
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP European History
  • AP Government/Pre-IB US Government
  • AP Physics
  • AP Psychology
  • AP Statistics
  • ENC 1101 - Freshmen English
  • IB Biology 3
  • IB History of Americas
  • IB Music
  • IB Psych 2 & 3
  • Introduction to Engineering
  • Financial Algebra
  • French 4 IB
  • Liberal Arts Math
  • Principals of Engineering
  • Spanish 4 IB
Athletic News
Visit www.neaseathletics.com to register for 2020-21 sports at Nease! Registration information can be found via the “Register” link at the top right-hand corner of the page. Please follow all instructions carefully to ensure a smooth clearance process.
Girls Softball –
Boys Golf –
Congratulations to the new team members of the Panther Boys Golf Team:
Jake Geary
Chris Carmichael
Caden Langley
Nolan John
Hunter Smith
Declan McCarthy
Jackson Klauk
Ryan Gear
Wyatt Russell
Cameron Abitabilo

Girls Basketball – Any girls interested in conditioning and eventually trying out for the girls basketball team, grades 9-12, please contact Coach Bence at nicolebence30@gmail.com or Coach Anthony at Sherri.anthony@stjohns.k12.fl.us
PTSO Membership Drive 2020-2021:
Thanks to the 80+ new premium PTSO members and 120+ new regular PTSO members! You still have time to join PTSO with these two membership options: 
1)   Regular Membership: includes a NEASE car magnet! - $30
2)   Premium Membership: includes a Panther Pride banner (hung on the fence outside Panther Hall all year) and a NEASE car magnet! - $100
PTSO uses your membership donation to purchase needed school and classroom equipment, improve technology and coordinate teacher appreciation events. Panther Pride banners are for families with students of ALL grades; if you have a senior, you can recognize him or her in a special way! See the two examples below:
Follow the link to join PTSO online! https://neaseptsoboard.wixsite.com/nhsptso/membership-1

Nease Spiritwear:
PTSO coordinates a quarterly web store, and the fall sale will open on Fri. 8/21 and will run through Mon. 9/7. Show your Panther! Items can be ordered online and will be available for student pickup at school the week of 9/21; parent/student pick up at Crowley Printing and Supply 101 Marketside Ave Ponte Vedra; or delivered to your home for a small fee. Follow this link: https://shop.crowleyprinting.com/Nease-High-School-Spiritwear_c93.htm

Nease Gaiters for Sale:
Looking for that perfect face mask for your student this year? We have you covered with our Panther neck gaiters! while supplies last. Proceeds benefit PTSO. https://shop.crowleyprinting.com/Nease-High-School-Spiritwear_c93.htm

Business Partner Spotlight:
PTSO would like to thank the following brand new GOLD Business Partners:
THANK YOU for your support! If you would like information on becoming a Business Partner visit our website at  Nease HS Business Partner Link  or email nhs.ptso.business.liasion@gmail.com

Parking Space Auction:
Nease PTSO student parking spot live auction - for the 2020/2021 school year. We will have three (3) spaces available. The (3) parking spots will be auctioned off to winner’s between September 8th and 9th - Bidding begins at 8pm ET on 09/08 and will end on 09/9 at 9pm ET. Winners will be able to pick-up their parking pass on the 10th. Please click on the link below to access the Auction site.

PTSO Board/Meetings: Looking for a way to make a difference at Nease? If you’d like to learn more about getting involved, please email us at ptso.board@gmail.com. Anyone is welcome to attend PTSO meetings, held on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 a.m. in Panther Hall (except for the September meeting which will be held on Sept. 8 instead).
PTSO Social Media: Join the Nease PTSO Social Media sites to learn more about Nease-related events: Facebook: Nease High School PTSO  Instagram: @nease_ptso Twitter: @NeasePtso 

Message on the Marquee: Send a Birthday or Congratulations message to your student via the marquee in the front of school. Complete this form Announcement Form for Marquee and submit to main office for PTSO 1 week prior to the message appearing on the marquee. Cost is $25

SAT/ACT Mock Exams:
SAT practice exam at Nease 9/26 at 9am. See the flyer below to register for this event by 9/21.
Academy News
Welcome back, Nease Academy Students! 
This is going to be an innovative year for our programs! With over 1,000 students enrolled in the Communications Academy, Academy of Hospitality and Tourism, and the Stellar Academy of Engineering, we are looking forward to all the great information you’ll learn, projects you’ll produce, and experiences you will have this year.

Please check the Academy section of the Panther Press each week to get the latest Academy-focused news for Communications, Hospitality, and Engineering students. 

For Distance Learning Academy Students
The Engineering instructors will be releasing directions on how to download the AutoDESK software on home computers. We are currently working with Adobe to see if our Digital Design students can access the Adobe software for free on their home computers. Here is a look at the specs your home computer will need to run the software:

If your computer is not powerful enough to run the software, the district IT department is working on allowing students who are unable to run Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign) or AutoDESK (AutoCAD, Inventor, and Revit) software on their home computers to remotely access classroom desktops during their Academy period. In the first couple days of school, our Digital Design and Engineering Instructors will be reaching out to students to have them self-report if they will need the remote access option. Once students report that they will need remote access to utilize the software, we will share that list with the district, and they’ll begin the process of allowing the students to remotely log into a classroom desktop computer during their Academy period. This is an innovative process, and we are excited to give it a try! 

This is going to be a year filled with opportunities to overcome the challenges we will face. We can make the best of it by working together! As long as we are patient and positive, it will be yet another successful school year for all of our Academy programs!

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at Jaime.combs@stjohns.k12.fl.us or call me at 904-547-8306.
IB News
Mrs. Kennedy will visit Senior English classes on Thursday & Friday (9/10 & 9/11) to explain the college application process and other Senior items. On Monday &Tuesday (9/14 & 9/15), she will be in the Junior English classrooms. On Thursday & Friday (9/17 & 9/18), she will be in the Sophomore English classrooms and finally on Monday & Tuesday (9/21 & 9/22) she will be in Freshman English classrooms.

AP and IB Testing schedule for May 2020 is available on the IB website under Assessments. 

For distance learners, AP and IB summative assessments will be held after school from 4:30-5:30. These will be held on Tuesday and Thursday, unless indicated otherwise by the teacher. More information to follow in the upcoming weeks.

Families can pay for the October PSAT by clicking the link on the Nease website. 10th graders do NOT have to pay for the exam. This is an important test for Juniors, possibly earning a National Merit Scholarship. Take advantage of this opportunity!

Our second IB Booster meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in the Media Center Classroom. All visitors will be required to sign-in and wear a mask. Please make sure you are registered volunteer to attend.

Thank you to all who have joined the IB Booster club! If you haven’t joined, there is still time. You can go to our website, www.neaseibboosters.org. For our senior families, your membership comes with a senior stole that your student will wear at graduation this May. 
Guidance News
The School Counseling Department is excited to welcome everyone back for the 2020-2021 school year. We have a lot of great things planned for the year that we hope will be very beneficial to all our students.
We are excited to announce that our caseloads have NOT changed for the 20-21 school year and that we get to continue working with our same 10th-12th grade students while getting to know our new 9th grade students.
Please see below to see our caseload distributions, emails, appointment links, and Schoology pages. We will be going over all these forms of communication in our classroom guidance lessons during the first few weeks of schools. 
Last Names A- Cl: Kim Hollis: Kim.Hollis@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Appointments: https://calendly.com/kimhollis, Schoology Access Code: BGH5-75RG-2764H
Last Names: Co-Go: Yasmin Cuevas: Yasmin.Cuevas@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Appointments: https://calendly.com/yasmincuevas Schoology Access Code: 2QFX-6TP9-KDM6F
Last Names Gr-Le: D’Erica Gibbs: Derica.Gibbs@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Appointments: https://calendly.com/derica-gibbs-1 Schoology Access Code: 62KW-KV3X-N89S2
Last Names Li-O: Athena Kifah: Athena.Kifah@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Appointments: https://calendly.com/athenakifah Schoology Access Code: 42PP-RSCS-SHT89
Last Names: P-Si: Linda Smith: Linda.M.Smith@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Appointments: https://calendly.com/lindamsmith Schoology Access Code: Z7CW-T7VT-83H5R
Last Names: Sk-Z: Daphne Harden: Daphne.Harden@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Appointments: https://calendly.com/daphneharden Schoology Access Code: TW7J-83S9-7JFVN
ALL IB Students: Missy Kennedy: Missy.Kennedy@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Appointments: https://calendly.com/neaseib Schoology Access Code: 2455G-HDSHG
Student schedules are available on HAC and will continue to be live as school starts.
While schedules are live, there will be an opportunity to submit a course review until Tuesday, September 1, but those will only be approved for the following reasons that indicate an error:
  • You are in a class for which you have already received a passing grade.
  • Your schedule is missing a class you need for graduation.
  • You have a hole in your schedule.
  • You are missing the next course in the progression from a course already taken. (For example: You took Spanish 1 last year, but Spanish 2 is missing on your schedule.)
When viewing schedules, please keep in mind the following:
  • Class periods and teachers may still change before the finalized release of schedules due to balancing of classes. However, student course placement will not change.
  • Newly hired teachers may be represented by a placeholder on your student’s schedule.
  • Off campus St Johns River State College dual enrollment courses may not be reflected on your NHS schedule until the first day of school, however you should see an “SJRC OFF CAMPUS” placeholder.
  • If you wish to request to have your student’s schedule reviewed because you believe an error was made, a Scheduling Review Form MUST be submitted using this link: https://tinyurl.com/NHSrequestchange2021
The schedule review form will be the ONLY WAY to request a scheduling concern. Schedule requests sent any other way WILL NOT be considered. Please do not email schedule requests to counselors or administrators.
Schedules WILL NOT be reviewed or approved for:
  • Teacher Preference
  • Lunch period preference
  • Class period preference (this includes changing modified periods)
  • Students who do not meet Honors Criteria and request advanced level courses.
  • The course being requested was not requested at registration or prior to the Spring Break deadline.
  • Switching from Brick and mortar to virtual blend.
Nease High School is an at capacity school which means that there are limited seats available in most of our courses. Requests for an academic or elective course change that was not requested at registration or prior to Spring Break will not be approved due to this.
Returning Student Verification & Residency:
Some families who have not completed the returning student verification or 9th Grade residency paperwork WILL NOT have HAC access. Please contact our Computer Operator, Ms. Rosenfeld, at Shilo.Rosenfeld@stjohns.k12.fl.us or 547-8298 for assistance.
Back to School Tips:
As we welcome everyone back to school, we want to share some tips to get the new year started. We hope that everyone has a great year!
  •  Get to know your teachers and school staff. We are here to help and assist you and you will want letters of recommendation from us one day. Do not be shy about letting us know that you are struggling early on before it gets unmanageable. 
  • Get organized. Determine your system of keeping up with homework, upcoming projects, and tests. Do not let your grades fall because you lost a study guide or didn’t remember to turn in the major grade.
  • Get a routine. Have a dedicated time and place that you work on schoolwork, study, or prep your college applications. It is easy to procrastinate and fall asleep without preparing for the next day if you are not careful. 
  • Get involved. School is much more fun when you have something to be a part of. Join a club or a team where you can be a part of student life and make new friends.
Testing Information
Jacqui Ashcroft, Testing Coordinator

It is time to register your 9th or 11th grader for the PSAT. The FL Department of Education pays for every 10th grader to take the exam, so there is no need to register them as a test will be ordered for every 10th grader. The PSAT is a practice SAT. The score report provides detailed information that can be used to prep for the SAT. We only recommend 9th graders enrolled in Geometry Honors or higher to take the exam in 9th grade. We encourage ALL 11th graders to take the exam, since scores are used for the National Merit Scholarship Program. The PSAT will be administered during the school day on Wednesday, October 14th and the cost is $21.

Media Center News
Carolyn Milian – School Librarian Media Specialist
Lorna Patterson – Media Clerk
Allie Haddix – Media Clerk

WELCOME ALLIE HADDIX! Allie has joined our Panther family as our 2nd media clerk in our media center and we are so excited for her to meet all our students and faculty at Nease! Allie holds her Masters degree in Library and Information Science and was a Young Adult Librarian in a public library in Charlottesville, VA. She brings LOTS of young adult literature knowledge and experience in working with teens in a library environment! I can’t wait for all of you to meet her and show her why we are the BEST school library in town!! 

All “Summer Reading Bingo” cards and logs are due by Friday, Sept. 4th to the Media Center.  Please click on this link to find all you need to earn some great prizes while reading great books over the summer and keeping those brain cells stimulated! SUMMER READING 2020
·        Brick & Mortar students - If you still have textbooks and/or library fines to pay or return, you still have time! Please return/pay for these items next week or they WILL impact your opportunities to participate in school events throughout the year. Seniors, fines will remain on your accounts and will affect end of year participation activities.

·        Distance/Remote Learning students – You may come to school beginning on Monday between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. to avoid large crowds of students on campus. You will need a printout of your schedule and come to the media center to gather any textbooks/workbooks you may need. However, if you have any fines, you will not be able to receive any materials until these have been paid or reconciled.
The media center will NOT be open for students to eat lunch this week only. So, no lunch passes will be handed out this week. Morning access and after school access is ONLY for students needing textbooks. Students waiting for parent pick up, will need to wait in one of the designated outdoor areas. Regular mc hours and availability will resume after Labor Day.
And due to current environment and restrictions, we will be strictly monitoring the number of students gathering in media center before school, during lunch, and after school in an effort to follow CDC guidelines for social distancing and group limitations. Students MUST wear a mask/face covering to come into the media center until further notice. This is to maintain the health and safety of our students and staff in the media center.

This has been a question on every school librarian’s mind all over the country! Our Nease students will absolutely, still be able to check out library books. Normally, I allow students to check out up to 5 books, but due to CDC guidelines and the need to “quarantine” books for 24 hours upon return, until further notice, I will be limiting 2 books per student per check out. Once things get back to normal, we’ll be able to check out 5. For our Distance Learners, you can check our online card catalog by clicking on this link: Destiny  
Look for the book(s) you’d like to check out, email me at carolyn.milian@stjohns.k12.fl.us and I can pull them and leave them up at the front office for pick up at your convenience. Please keep in mind, library books are due 2 weeks from the the check out date and can be renewed. IMPORTANT! If you are checking out any of the 2020-21 Florida Teen Reads titles, they MUST be returned in 2 weeks due to the popularity of those books, and there are no renewals for these specific titles. Check out my Florida Teen Reads page by clicking on the link above and find out about some exceptional young adult literature and how YOU can earn some great prizes this year by reading them!

Finally, parents and students – this year will prove to be challenge for all of us together, but together we can all support each other and make sure that our students have the BEST opportunities for success and growth. If I can offer my support and guidance in any way, shape, or form, please do not hesitate to reach out to me via email, or directly at 547-8367. Please check out my media center web page for additional information and resources that will help your student with this school year and beyond. IT TAKES A VILLAGE! Wishing all of you and your families a safe, healthy, and fantastic school year!
Senior Information
Seniors, join the Class of 2021 Schoology group for easy access to senior class information. The Schoology access code is: 7XDP-72VH-Q9CMH

Senior Portraits
Senior portraits are taken at Leonard's this summer! An email was sent to parents with a personalized access code and instructions on how to book. As soon as students have an access code, the online appointment book can be accessed at Leonards.com. Students can also contact the customer service department at 1 (888) 224-5045 or customerservice@leonards.com to get their access code. 
Week at a Glance
Monday, August 31st - Green Day - periods 1, 3, 5 & 7
  • Students will report directly to 1st period
  • Lunch is based off of 3rd period class

Tuesday, September 1st - Gold Day - periods 2, 4, 6 & 7
  • Students will report directly to 2nd period
  • Lunch is based off of 4th period class

Wednesday, September 2nd - Green & Gold Days combined - early release at 2:50pm
  • Students go to 1, 3, 5, Lunch, 2, 4, 6, 7

Thursday, September 3rd - Gold Day - periods 2, 4, 6 & 7
  • English classes will go to Media Center to check-out textbooks
  • Lockers will be sold during all 4 lunches in the cafeteria

Friday, September 4th - Green Day - periods 1, 3, 5 & 7
  • English classes will go to Media Center to check-out textbooks
  • Lockers will be sold during all 4 lunches in the cafeteria

Looking ahead...
Monday, September 7th - Holiday - No School!
Tuesday, September 8th - Gold Day
Wednesday, September 9th - GREEN DAY with NO 7th period - periods 1, 3, 5 - early release at 2:50pm
Thursday, September 10th - Gold Day
Friday, September 11th - Green Day