Wamogo Regional High School
April 9, 2018
Message from the Principal
Dear Wamogo Families and Friends,
It is hard to believe how quickly this year is going by. Before we know it, graduation will be upon us. Faculty and staff are working diligently to prepare a respectful and dignified commencement ceremony. The date for graduation is expected to be set by the Board of Education at tonight's meeting and a letter providing information regarding tickets and mandatory rehearsals will be sent home to all seniors this week. Please be sure to check your mailbox.
We are currently seeking parent volunteers to plan and implement Grad Night. Grad Night is a parent run opportunity for seniors to celebrate their graduation in a safe, drug-free and alcohol- free environment. For more information, please contact Mrs. Pixley at firstname.lastname@example.org or Miss Robinson at email@example.com.
Marking Period 3 closes April 10. Parents and guardians are encouraged to check Powerschool to monitor their student's progress. If you have any difficulty logging into Powerschool, please contact Mrs. Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the Wamogo Main Office and School Counseling Office will be closed the week of spring break: April 16-20.
I wish you all warm weather and a safe, enjoyable spring recess. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Sabin Loveland, Principal
Message from the School Nurse
Next Wamogo PTO Meeting – Wednesday, April 25th at 7 pm in the Media Center.
May 2nd Faculty and Staff Appreciation Lunch – your contributions needed by April 27th!
We will be catering this year’s lunch both for ease of contributions as well as a more coordinated presentation. Contributions in any amount will be gratefully accepted – please drop your donations marked “Wamogo PTO Luncheon” off at the Wamogo Office by April 27th. Please click here to view a flyer with more details.
The Pre-Prom Red Carpet Gala will be held Saturday, June 2nd.
This Pre-Prom tradition gives prom-goers and their families and friends a chance to gather together at a centralized and convenient location with a red carpet experience. Food and drink donations will be accepted for this event. This is a great opportunity for prom-goers, friends and families to mingle while getting those glamorous pictures in before the night really gets started. More information on time and donations to come.
Please contact Renee Farrell to volunteer or for more information.
As always, you can reach us through our new e-mail address for questions, comments, to volunteer, or just to say hi at:
We look forward to hearing from all of you!
Spring Campus Clean Up
On Monday, April 23rd and Tuesday, April 24th the National Honor Society is sponsoring a Spring Campus Clean Up at Wamogo. Each day, students and staff will meet in the cafeteria after dismissal to get gloves and garbage bags before heading outside in teams to clean up the campus. It is an easy and rewarding way to earn some community service hours. Any Wamogo student or Wamogo staff member is welcome to join.
Wamogo Task Force on Prevention
Please click on the links below for information from the Wamogo Task Force on Prevention Council and HVCASA (Housatonic Valley Coalition Against Substance Abuse):
Helpful Information and Community Flyers
Wamogo Lunch/Breakfast Menus
April 09: Agriscience Committee Meeting, 5:00 p.m., Warren School
April 09: Finance Committee Meeting, 6:00 p.m., Warren School
April 09: BOE Meeting, 7:00 p.m., Warren School
April 10: End of Marking Period 3
April 12: Parent Coffee Hour, 7:30 a.m., LMC
April 12: Junior College Fair, 10:30 a.m., Small Gym
April 12: Washington DC Trip Info Night, 6:30 p.m., LMC
April 12: National Honor Society Induction Ceremony, 6:00 p.m., Auditorium
April 16-20: No School, Spring Recess
April 23: Budget Meeting, 7:00 p.m., James D. Eisenhaure Auditorium
April 24: PSAT/SAT Day
April 25: Wamogo PTO Meeting, 7:00 p.m., LMC
April 26: Connections Schedule
April 27: Mr. Wamogo *Rescheduled, Date TBD*
For more information regarding upcoming events, please visit Wamogo's homepage.
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