FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE
MAY 2019 AP EXAMS
Advanced Placement exams will be in classroom 113
in the administration building
with the exception of the
English Language exam on Wednesday, May 15, which will be given in the Media Center
in the new academic building.
- Students should report to their testing room 15-30 minutes before start time. If the test begins at 12:00 noon, please make pick-up arrangements as the testing may extend beyond the standard 2:50 pm dismissal!
- Students should bring No. 2 pencils and calculators if applicable to test.
- Students will be given breaks and can have snacks/water.
According to official College Board testing policy,
smart watches should be left at home or will be collected
, and all other devices will be powered down during testing.
If you need to contact your child, please do so through the front office.
Due to the rigor of these exams students are granted permission to arrive late or leave after completion of an AP exam on their testing day(s). Teachers will not penalize them for missing their regularly scheduled classes if taking an AP exam; all teachers at this time have access to the AP testing roster. As always, students should communicate with teachers about what they missed if absent to ensure they stay on track, especially with the school year wrapping up and finals approaching.
Please contact me if you have any questions about this valuable testing opportunity.
- English Literature & Composition, 8:00
- Psychology, 12:00
- United States History, 8:00
- Biology, 8:00
- Calculus AB, 8:00
- English Language & Composition, 8:00 (report to Media Center)
- Statistics, 12:00
Since our return from Easter break, students impressed me with their diligent efforts on standardized achievement testing in grades 7, 8 and 9! Please know that when results arrive, I will be sure to share reports with the students and parents. As always, I am available to provide consultation about testing benefits!
Our registrar, Mrs. Schiren, sent
fourth quarter progress reports on May 1.
If you did not receive one, please email her at
Students, if you are in danger of failing a course
, please contact me for information about credit recovery options this summer in order to advance in your coursework next school year. Additionally, you may want to also do enrichment courses over the summer. I can connect you with approved resources for this if you express interest.
12TH GRADE STUDENTS AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS
Graduation summary report forms were distributed on April 29 through our front office. The form provides valuable information about our graduates and their future plans.
Please be sure the
information is accurate
; it will be
used to mail your final transcript in June
and for the
graduation ceremony program
Return the form to the front office by Friday, May 10, 2019.
EXPLORING COLLEGE OPTIONS PROGRAM MAY 16
College & Career Counseling Office