MRHS PARENT NEWSLETTER
VOLUME 31, ISSUE 15
HIGH HONORS - FIRST MARKING PERIOD
Ava Aguiar, Kristina Aguilar, Jake Barlow, Megan Beaudry, Stephanie Bergman, Nicholas Boudreau, Norah Doyle, Jackson Duquette, Rose Eldridge, Olivia Elliott, Eve Freitas, Owen Gasteyer, Taryn Grozio, Harrison Hill, Sean Holden, Nghi Hua, Avery Izzo, Grace Johnson, Lily Kane, Ava Korzec, Jared Laliberte, Sydney Liquori, Ryan Lucarelle, James Ma, Christopher MacPhail, William Meeker, Madeline Murphy, Moira O'Brien, Molly Olsen, Olivia Pelletier, Stephen Putnam, Lilliana Ramos, Cassidy Richard, Gabriella Rita, Allyson Santos, Dominick Seymour, Julian Smith, Audrey Streeter, Nikolas Supczak, Jessica Thomas, Alexander Tirabassi, Vivian Tranghese, Marena Valiton, Caleigh Wall, Jack Wietsma, Matthew Wurszt.
Gianna Angelica, Emma Arendt, Justis Barbeau, Camryn Baroni, Ashleigh Barrett, Ava Barton, Lauren Beaudin, Erik Beckel, Cody Biermann, Madison Bigda, Sofia Carlson, Grace Debney, Taylor Fahey, Jace Falcone, Isabella Gravanda, James Jolicoeur, Ava Kavanagh, Evan Kennedy, Cameron Kolisko, Peter Kuselias, Marlayna Labbe, Mikhaila Latourelle, Taylor Morrison, Jason Ofcarcik, Anna O'Keefe, Colin Ostrander, Isha Patel, Emily Patrick, Ella Perry, Haldimand Putnam, Kayla Rivera, Claire Robinson, Joseph Sarno, Cally Seyler, Quinn Suomala, Olivia Terzi, Kevin Tessicini, Kalie Thomas, Luke Wadzinski, Aubrey Welch, Isabella Woodbury, Megan Youmell.
Mia Alexander, Julian Bixler, Juliana Chiarella, Morgan Cloutier, Leah Cooney, Emily Corey, Maya Damiano, Emma Delamarter, Grace Edwards, Zoe George, Liam Gleason, Shea Harrison, Sydney Harrison, Morgan Hastain, Leah Kagan, Triston Knudsen, Nicholas Lang, Ryan Lee, Jillian Long, Paulo Mendonca, George Patrakis, Zachary Payne, Faith Pettengill, Daniel Picard, Sophia Ramos, Jaclin Robinson, Ava Sirois, Lena Sotiropoulos, Krystianna Strange, Annabelle Stroganow, Ruby Sweetman, Margaret Szpakowski, Trijal Thakkar, Brandon Tragakis, Tyler Tranghese, Anissa Velez, Kayla White.
Andrew Aguilar, Ameer Al-Maliki, Tanner Alves, Isabelle Bergeron, Nicholas Bernier, Ann Bianchi, Francesca Bongiorni, Adam Bredvik, Julia Britton, Owen Bullen, Aidan Caban, Nicola Carnevale, Jayda Correa, Grace Crochiere, Sage DeCarolis, Julia DiNoia, Briana Doran, Madison Drumm, Natalie Falconer, Amber Farnham, Michael Finnegan, Nicholas Ford, Nicholas Frangie, Christian Fuehr, Azik Gamidov, Evan Garcia, Olivia Grout, Frank Gulluni, Taylor Hapgood, Mack Hicklen, Colby Jacek, Alexandra Karpinski, Samantha Kularski, Mikayla Langlois, Maya Latour, Nolah Lee, Tatum Legere, Jashauna Lewis, Ryan Marquez, Julia Mastrio, Grant Maziarz, Griffin McQuade, Syniya Morris, Stephen Mushenko, Kevin Ngo, Jasmine Nieves, Julia O'Keefe, Shelby Pace, Janan Patel, Olivia Ranck, Mason Raschi, Annina Rettura, Katherine Rettura, Victoria Reyes, Jamison Rohan, Madison Roy, Savannah Russell, Sarah Sampson, Morgan Sanborn, Taylor Schirmer, Maximus Sepulveda, Katie Shea, Thomas Taylor, Sydney Tenczar, Loel Tronsky, Samantha VanZandt, Tyler Walsh, Sydney Webb, Samantha Wise.
HONORS - FIRST MARKING PERIOD
Arianna Alves, Evan Arce, Cate Barcome, Gage Barkyoumb, Madelyn Bartolucci, Abbigail Beaudry, Sydney Beebe, Abigail Bessette, David Borawski, Timothy Boudreau, Molly Brewer, Rayshawn Brown, Samantha Burnett, Valerie Campsie, Giovanna Capuano, Andrew Carmichael, Kaelin Cerasuolo, Seth Chaffee, Aidan Colon, Eli Comeau, Zachary Conrad, Abigail Conselino, Aidan Cordis, Patrick Cowles, Sarah Crouser, Giancarlo Daniele, Jenna Danio, Giuseppe DeGuglielmo, Kayleigh Delamarter, Reighan Demers, Olivia DePace, William Donahue, Hallie Dones, Dominic Dos Santos, Olivia Dragon, Anita Duquette, Ian Dzierwinski, Ella Edwards, Catriona Ferreira, Nicole Foley, Sophia Gahres, Maya Galvan, Amar Gamidov, Tyler Genovese, Jenna Gleason, Brandon Gormley, Juliette Goulet, Franklin Graziano, Jeremiah Griffin, Cameron Hanks, Cameron Ice, Kyler Ittner, Delaney Izzo, Patrick Jahn, Kyle Jodoin, Olivia Johnson, Reese Jordan, Emma Kennedy, Isaiah Kozub, Audrey LaPre, Miranda Lavoie, Morgan Leary, Kaia Lee, Emma Lemek, Jacob Lemire, Aidan Lewis, Bella Loddo, Yasmin Lourenzo, Joseph MacKenzie, Luke Magill, Samuel Manteria, Brodie Martin, Anabella Matos, George Matta, Maroun Matta, Maeve McConnell, Ryann Meunier, Charlotte Mirisis, Samantha Moore, Francesca Moretti, Collin Murphy, Zachary Nason, David Noel, Benjamin O'Brien, Andrew O'Toole, Joshua Parent, Dev Patel, Alexa Patrakis, Demetrios Patrakis, Christopher Paul, Dakotah Pavoni, Alyssa Penna, Abigail Pronovost, Eva Przezdziecki, Zachary Ranck, Douglas Reuter, Andrew Rice, Shea Rice, Gavin Rigney, Donald Roissing, Jada Rosario, Kaitlyn Roso, Alyssa Russell, Olivia Ryan, Sophia Seibold, Alice Sleboda, William St John, Emily Stark, Alexa Stone, Matthew Tillberry, Lauren Tomala, Cassandra Toth, Emma Tougas, Jack Trolio, Cameron Turer, Andrew VanZandt, Zavier Villanueva, Gabrielle Walker, Marissa Warren, Connor Wesloski, Jenna Westbrooks, Luke Whalen-Sylver, Aleena Wilkinson, Chloe Zayas, Christopher Zayas.
Ayden Alves, Gabrielle Amato, Katherine Annear, Alexander Armitage, Jessica Baker, Jeremy Balboni, Patrick Boland, Sydney Bonsant, Catharine Brennan, Adrianna Britton, Haylie Calver, Janyia Cameron, Zachary Capen, Bianca Cardano, Allison Clifford, Madison Coite, Paige Coite, Adriana Cosentini, Aidan Coutu, Christopher Cronin, Audriana Croteau, Malyna Dansereau, Anthia Daubon, Joseph Davenport, Kyla Desmarais, Matthew DeVine, Jeremy Diehl, Riordan Donahue, Regan Donohue, Sierra Doughty, Julia Downey, Cailyn Doyle, Ashleigh Dugay, Luke Dunklee, Kailey Elmasian, Jacob Evans, Isabelle Fergus, Jacob Ferri, Joseph Finnegan, Addie Fitzgerald, Megan Fitzgerald, Mary Flynn, Shenel Fosuah-Asamoah, Francesca Fusco, Madison Gallant, Joseph Gentile, Julia Gorzynska, Tyler Gragowski, Daniel Greene, Ella Greenwood, Madelynn Grono, Derek Grout, Joseph Haluch, Justin Hanna, Arianna Hawley, Sienna Hebert, Clare Heinold, Ava Humphrey, Melanie Jalonen, Connor Joyce, Andrew Keith, Jaidan Kertenis, Tyler King, Kate Kosiorek, Joshua Kozub, Olivia LaDouceur, Madison Laliberte, Gavin Lee, Alexandra Long, Olivia Long, Isabel Lopes, Rachael Lowe, Tyler Luszcz, Lily Maloni, Genevieve Matthews, Gabriella Maynard, Trent Maziarz, Ryan McConnell, Isabela Meeker, Madison Meunier, Amayah Monell, Jacob Motyl, Veronica Nault, Elijah Naylor, Jaclyn Nguyen, Nha Nguyen, Michael Nordstrom, Cade Norris, Meghan O'Dell, Erin O'Keefe, Molly Oldread, Lela Osmani, Hallie O'Toole, Ryan Peabody, Steven Pollard, Adam Poulin, Emma Pszeniczny, Ethan Quill, Anthony Rachele, Bridget Reilly, Zachary Riddle, Elyse Roberts, Ethan Robins, Mia Scatolini, Timothy Shannon, Matthew Sherman, Natasha Sherwood, Katie Slattery, Nikolai Stroganow, Kayden Stubbert, Emily-Jane Sullivan, Jacob Thomas, Sophia Varelakis, Victoria Velazquez, Bethany Whalen-Sylver, Kiel Williams, Thomas Wilson, Michael Ziemba.
Talon Armitage, Brooke Baker, Alexa Barber, Nyiah Barrows, Gabrielle Bartolomei, Madeline Belemjian, Emma Belliveau, Cori Bessette, Emily Birtwell, Grace Caltabiano, Grace Cantalini, Ji Cao, Kayleigh Carlin, Niya Carrasquillo, Kayla Catellier, Sarah Champagne, Jing Chen, John Chen, Justine Cheng, Daniel Cherkashin, Adrianna Clark, Cade Connor, Brendan Connors, Grace Coopee, Sara Coughlin, Emma Cowles, Nasayah Crenshaw, Julia DaSilva, Carly DeGray, Angelo DeGuglielmo, Ani Diefenderfer, Abigail Donahue, Daniel Ducey, Ethan Ducey, Matthew Elmasian, Abigail Fernandes, Jaime Fisher, Hannah Fopp, Joseph Garvey, Kendall Garvey, Cameron Gilrein, Maya Glenn, Kayla Gotta, Anthony Grasso, Lillian Grono, Gianna Guidi, Landen Gurski, Joseph Hackett, Madison Hastain, Lauren Hathaway, Jacob Ice, Timothy Jodoin, Sandra Joseph, Lauren King, Caleb Kmon, Olivia Knode, Joelle Kovarik, Morgan Kowal, Jonah Kozub, Dominique LaBranche, Erin Lacross, Ryan Leary, Thomas Leary, Janiah Lee, Kaileigh Letourneau, Aelan Lisowski, Jillian Mackay, Shawn Major, Nya Maldonado, Jaclyn Maller, Jillian Mawaka, Robert McDonald, George Menard, Dillon Moriarty, Maire Murphy, McKenzie Murphy, Cassidy Mylonakis, Chloe Nitri, Jack O'Toole, Marielle Pastore, Peter Patrakis, Ryan Pedersen, Timothy Person, Jenna Petrie, Margaret Petruzzelli, Hope Pettengill, Emily Podworski, Chelsea Ramos, Camden Rigney, Joseph Robinson, Katherine Russell, Erik Saarela, Samantha Santos, Athena Senchi, Simon Serra, Carlie Simpkiss, Amelia St John, Tatiana Steed, Dominic Terzi, Michael Thompson, Therran Trumbull, Dylan Verdon, Keely Vreeland, Brian Walker, Georgia Webster, Katlyn Wolcott, Peter Wurszt, Adriana Yacovone, Olivia Yarrows, Joseph Zebian, Joseph Zeno.
Joseph Albano, Luke Angelica, Carolynne Avery, Paige Baker, Lauren Barry, Lauren Baskin, Abbie Boilard, Samantha Borsari, Kasper Borucki, Taline Brubach, Van Brubach, Connor Burnett, Clark Butcher, Erin Camire, Isabella Cardaropoli, Richie Chau, Ada Cheng, Thomas Cheng, Gavin Connors, Griffin Cox, Molly Cronin, Juliana D'Agostino, Samantha Devine, Victoria Dias, Haylee Dietz, Ariana Dirico, Sophia Dobosz, Theodore Dobosz, Brian Douglass, Isabella Ferrara, Iain Ferreira, Olivia Ferreira, Brianna Ferri, Riley Fitzgerald, Ryan Fitzgerald, Josalyn Girard, Robert Gossman, Haley Granger, Brennan Gravanda, Ethan Grycel, Zach Haislip-Hansberry, Lillian Hakala, Tavis Haluch, Jacob Hartling, Tristan Hebert, Hunter Hembdt, Alexis Herrera, Sofia Hickson, Benjamin Jalbert, Chapin Jeannotte, Jacqulyn Jolicoeur, Zeena Joseph, Jeffrey Kasper, Jack Kennedy, Sumer King, Filip Kumiega, Lea Kuselias, Isabelle Labbe, Jaehee Lee, Jaeyoung Lee, Isabelle Lemire, Alexandra Linarez, Charmaine Liu, Marina Long, Courtney Lynn, Daniel MacGregor, Mariah Mahabir, Joseph Maurer, Veronica McDonald, Kyla Miller, Isabella Minchella, Siobhain Murphy, Matthew Neugebauer, Preston Niccum, Sophia Noel, Andrew Norris, Abaigh O'Brien, Aidan O'Connor, Emma O'Connor, Gabriella Ofcarcik, Andrew Paquette, Logan Paradis, Mari sa Polhemus, Allison Pollard, Derek Porcello, Jacob Pronovost, Caroline Quinn, Kasi Ray, Connor Richard, Emma Robinson, Joseph Rosati, Hannah Ross, Brian Rostowski, Rhiann Ryan, Madison Sanborn, John Santaniello, Kelsey Sheehan, Isabella Siniscalchi, Carly Sleboda, Caleigh Smith, Gabriella Stellato, Daniel Strand, Taylor Strum, Michael Talaia, Maxiel Torres, Anne Trebbe, Alexandra Trombley, Rylan Walting, Madeleine Wilson.
EMPLOYEES OF THE MONTH
FROM THE COUNSELORS' CORNER
PSAT RESULTS: Student PSAT scores will be available online on December 9, 2019. Students will get an online score report, a customized SAT study plan and practice tests based on individual results once connected to Khan Academy via their account on collegeboard.org.
SAT & ACT TEST information is available in the Counseling Center. “My SAT Online Score Report” is available free to any student who takes the SAT. The report gives students a wealth of personalized, practical information about their SAT results. It identifies specifics about how the test is structured and scored. It provides detailed insights into how they performed on each section of the test. You can see how their scores compare to students in their school, state, and nationally. It provides information on how to improve scores on a future test through targeted preparation. To access the report, the student should log into or create a free collegeboard.com account with a self-selected username and password, click on “My SAT”. It will show the upcoming tests for which the student is registered (or registrations that are in progress), plus scores from all previous SATs taken. Next to the relevant test date, you will click on “My SAT Online Report”.
ASVAB TESTING: The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Test (ASVAB), a free vocational test for juniors, will be given on February 12, 2020, 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Announcements will be made when sign-ups start.
FINANCIAL AID FORMS: The FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) is available as of October 1, 2019. Apply on line at fafsa.gov. All seniors going to college and their parents must have a FSA ID for the “electronic signature” to submit the FAFSA forms. Create your FSA ID at the FAFSA.Gov web site.
The FAFSA website is http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/.
WARNING: There are commercial websites that look like the government FAFSA website; these sites will charge you a fee to submit your FAFSA. Make sure you are in the “FAFSA.gov” site before you put in your personal financial information. Remember the FAFSA is FREE! A direct link is located on the Minnechaug home page under “For Students” “Counseling Center” “College Information” tab.
SCHOLARSHIPS: Scholarship information can be found on Naviance under Family Connection, College tab and scholarship list. To order transcripts and counselor’s letter of recommendations please see Mrs. Lavoie.
COLLEGE ADMISSIONS DEADLINE: If colleges have January 1 deadlines, students must submit their requests no later than Friday, December 6. Please keep in mind that this is the busiest time for processing applications and that the office will be closed during the December break, December 23 through January 1, 2020.
SENIORS --- KEEP GUIDANCE INFORMED: Please notify your Counselor and update Naviance when you receive decision letters from colleges and when you decide to attend a specific college. We need to know if you have been accepted, wait listed or denied.
NAVIANCE – All students should be using NAVIANCE to help with career and college planning. Freshmen and sophomores can do any of three Interest Inventories available on the site. Juniors should be checking out colleges they may be interested in attending. Seniors should be finalizing their plans by completing their applications and looking into scholarships, all on NAVIANCE. Freshmen will be registered on Naviance during Developmental Guidance lessons in January and February.
COURSE SELECTIONS: The time is rapidly approaching for students to think about what courses they want to take next year. The Program of Studies will be available in late January. Please talk to your current teachers about the appropriate level and sequence of your classes for next year.
PARENTS: HELP IS AVAILABLE
STAT, the Student Teacher Assistance Team (STAT) is a school-based prevention and early intervention program for students in kindergarten through grade 12. The goal of STAT is to foster student success and healthy development, enhance a safe school environment and promote opportunities for knowledge, skill, attitude, and behavior development. The STAT accepts referrals from the school community and parents for students who are exhibiting behaviors that are interfering with their education. A student may be referred when a teacher, parent or fellow student has concerns in the areas of academics, behavior, social or emotional difficulties. If parents have concerns about their student, they can contact any of the student’s teachers or their guidance counselor for a possible STAT referral.
CAREER CENTER NEWS
Career Internships – Juniors
Internship applications will be available in December. Applications will be done online this year and emailed to all juniors. A link to the application will also be posted on the Minnechaug website under the Counseling Center tab.
Juniors must turn in a completed application by January 31, 2020 via Google forms. Students should NOT attempt to set up their own internship. For more information, students should see their School Counselor or Mrs.Considine, the School to Career Coordinator.
FROM THE NURSES' OFFICE
Student Health Screening – Postural screening (for scoliosis) is ongoing for ninth graders during their gym class. We will perform height & weight, vision, and hearing screening for all tenth graders during January and February. All screening results are strictly confidential. If there is an area of concern we will mail a letter to you with referrals to appropriate health care providers. If you have concerns or do not want your child screened, please contact the nurses in the Health Office at 279-3815.
Cold and Allergy Medication – is not available in the Health Office and must be taken at home if needed. We have a limited supply of cough drops, so we ask students to bring their own to school after the first day of use. The best way to prevent the spread of colds is to practice good handwashing. Thank you for your help with this.
12 Ways to Have a Healthy Holiday Season – from the CDC
- Wash hands often to help prevent the spread of germs. It’s flu season. Wash your hands with soap and clean running water for at least 20 seconds.
- Bundle up to stay dry and warm. Wear appropriate outdoor clothing: light, warm layers, gloves, hats, scarves, and waterproof boots.
- Manage stress. Give yourself a break if you feel stressed out, overwhelmed, and out of control. Some of the best ways to manage stress are to find support, connect socially, and get plenty of sleep.
- Don’t drink and drive or let others drink and drive. Whenever anyone drives drunk, they put everyone on the road in danger. Choose not to drink and drive and help others do the same.
- Be smoke-free. Avoid smoking and secondhand smoke. Smokers have greater health risks because of their tobacco use, but nonsmokers also are at risk when exposed to tobacco smoke.
- Fasten seat belts while driving or riding in a motor vehicle. Always buckle your children in the car using a child safety seat, booster seat, or seat belt according to their height, weight, and age. Buckle up every time, no matter how short the trip and encourage passengers to do the same.
- Get exams and screenings. Ask your health care provider what exams you need and when to get them. Update your personal and family history.
- Get your vaccinations. Vaccinations help prevent diseases and save lives. Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine each year.
- Monitor children. Keep potentially dangerous toys, food, drinks, household items, and other objects out of children’s reach. Protect them from drowning, burns, falls, and other potential accidents.
- Practice fire safety. Most residential fires occur during the winter months, so don’t leave fireplaces, space heaters, food cooking on stoves, or candles unattended. Have an emergency plan and practice it regularly.
- Prepare food safely. Remember these simple steps: Wash hands and surfaces often, avoid cross-contamination, cook foods to proper temperatures and refrigerate foods promptly.
- Eat healthy, stay active. Eat fruits and vegetables which pack nutrients and help lower the risk for certain diseases. Limit your portion sizes and foods high in fat, salt, and sugar. Also, be active for at least 2½ hours a week and help kids and teens be active for at least 1 hour a day.
FROM THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
Attention all Falcons Fans! Stay connected with the MIAA app. Download it for free from the android store or App store for IPhone. This free tool will keep you up to date with schedules, directions to sites, bus departure times, rosters and so much more. This is your way to be sure that what we have is what you have! You can also follow us on twitter and Instagram @chaugathletics.
All Fall athletes should have returned all school issued equipment and uniforms by now. If anything is outstanding, then bills will be sent home for the replacement cost of the missing item(s). Please call us if you have any questions.
Athletic Passes: Athletic passes good for any 12 charged home events will be available at the ticket window whenever admission is charged. Adult passes are $50 for 12 events. That’s a $10 savings. These are great stocking stuffers!!!!!!!! You can call our office to order them as well at 413-599-1831.
We look forward to seeing many people at our winter events. Happy Holidays…….
WE ARE CHAUG!
FROM STUDENT ACTIVITIES
The Student Council will be holding its annual Toy for Joy drive from Monday, November 25-Friday, December 6. All money collected will be donated to the local Toy for Joy annual drive, which is in its 97th year of assisting families in need during the holiday season. The money will stay in the local area. Any amount of monetary donation is greatly appreciated. The classes that raise the most money will receive a special treat!
On Friday, December 6th, the Student Council will be holding a Dress for a Cause Day to benefit the Toy for Joy program. Students and faculty are asked to wear their “ugliest” sweater on this day. Donations may be made upon entering the building in the morning.
The Student Council is holding its annual semiformal dance on December 6th from 7-10 PM in the Gym. This year’s theme is “Masquerade”. Tickets are $12, $11 with current Renaissance status, with a $1 if the student donates a non-perishable food item which will be donated to our local food pantry (limit of $1 off for food donated). Tickets are on sale from Monday, December 2-December 6 at all three lunches in the cafeteria. No tickets will be sold at the door. As per policy, this dance is open to current Minnechaug students only.
The next Student Council General Assembly is Tuesday, December 17th during C-Block in the auditorium.
FROM THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
The English department proudly announces the
Annual Poetry Out Loud Contest
Dec. 16 at 9 a.m. in the Minnechaug Auditorium
The community is invited to watch this exciting event.
What is Poetry Out Loud?
Poetry Out Loud is a national contest of poetry recitation sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. Students from all over the country participate in classroom contests that lead to school-wide competitions. The winners of the school competition advance to the regional and/or state competition, and ultimately to the National Finals in Washington, DC. Awards and placements are determined solely by the judges’ scores based on the Poetry Out Loud Evaluation Criteria: physical presence, voice and articulation, dramatic appropriateness, and evidence of understanding.
The 2020 1st place winner and runner-ups will be announced by 10:35 a.m. on Dec 16 at the whole-school competition. The 1st place winner will travel to the regional competition in Springfield in March 2020.
Why do Minnechaug students participate in this event every year?
Besides providing students the opportunity to further develop comprehension of complex literary texts, Poetry Out Loud empowers students; they hear their own voices and witness their own confidence, when communicating to a wide audience.
History of Poetry Out Loud at Minnechaug
Minnechaug has held the POL annual contest since 2012. Past winners who proceeded to the regional competition were: Sara Walker (2019); Stephanya Moran (2018); Eric Dzierzgowski (2017), Rachel Dembek (2016); Anthony Pina (2015); Courtney Reisbig (2014): Evan Moore (2013); and Leah Wallace (2012). Anthony Pina (2015) and Stephanya Moran (2018) won the regional competition and participated in the state competition in Boston.
Please come and watch. We are proud of our students’ achievements and want to celebrate this with you.
Semi Formal Dance Press Release
The annual Semi Formal Dance is here! Semi will be on December 6th, 2019 from 7:00-10:00pm. Students from all grades are encouraged to attend, and the theme is Masquerade. Tickets will be sold at all lunches from December 2nd- December 6th; however, no tickets will be sold at the door the night of the dance.
Tickets are $12 or $11 with Renaissance status. There will also be a can drive going on during lunch sales: any student who donates non-perishable food items will get an extra dollar off the ticket price. Coupons for semi dresses are available in Student Activities while supplies last. Hope to see everyone there!