February 22nd, 2023
Spring Athletic Registration is OPEN!--Closes March 13th
DA Michael Morrissey's Message to Parents
March 1-- Half Day for Students
March 10--Progress Report Posted
April 12--Half Day for Students
April 14--Q3 Report Cards Posted
April 17-21--Spring Break
May 1 through May 12--AP Exams
May 3--Half Day for Students
May 5--Senior Progress Report Posted
May 19--Progress Report Posted
May 29--No School
May 31--Half Day for Students
June 19--No School
June 20--Last Day of School
Final Exam Information
Currently, final exams for grades 9-11 are scheduled June 14th through June 20th. Students cannot make up exams unless they have an excused absence. (page 31. Student Handbook)
Only the following will be considered excused absences:
Religious holidays or commitments: Any student who is unable to attend school because of his or her religious belief shall have the opportunity to make up any examinations missed because of the religious belief or commitment, provided it does not create an unreasonable burden on the school. In consultation with the building principal, requests for excusal from the examinations for an absence based on religious belief will be considered on an individualized basis. Also excused are observances of major religious holidays.
Field trips and exchange programs
Court appearance/jury duty
College days up to three per year for Seniors and Juniors. Sophomore and Freshman students must receive prior approval from administration. (No visits during midterm or final assessments)
Illnesses or quarantine verified by a note from a doctor or certified health professional
Absences related to a student’s disability
Unique circumstances approved by the administration
A doctor’s office visit that is verified by a note from a doctor or certified health professional.
Weather so inclement as to endanger the health of the child as determined by school administration.
Parents have the right to appeal to the principal regarding the determination that an absence is excused versus unexcused.