Edmond Santa Fe High School

January 2018

Upcoming Events and Important Information

  • Free Tutoring in Math, English, Science, and Social Studies takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Media Center. Math Tutoring will take place during both lunches in the Media Center. English, Science, and Social Studies will take place from 2:30-4:30 in the Media Center. All tutoring will be overseen by content area teachers with occasional help from National Honor Society students. We are excited to offer this opportunity to students two days each week! Please encourage your students to take advantage of this time to study, complete make-up assignments and tests, or seek extra help in understanding challenging content.


  • For students who will be turning 16 or are just now beginning to drive to school, please remember to purchase a parking permit for second semester. The cost is $30.00.


  • Double Wolf Dare Week benefiting Cavett Kids is February 26th thru March 2nd, 2018. Starting this week, there will be a whole bunch of activities leading up to DWDW Week. Please check the DWDW website for more information. (www.dwdw.org)


  • This Saturday, January 20th (10:00am-2:00pm) will be the DWDW Carnival for our Elementary and Middle School Feeder Schools.


  • "BE NICE" is a Campaign that we are starting this semester with our Santa Fe Students to encourage genuine kindness, ongoing respect of others, and positive decision-making. Our Freshman Students teamed up with our Event Broadcasting Students to make a "BE NICE" Video that we hope will make a positive difference in our school. Here is the link to watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z91mQdlVF-I&authuser=0

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Academic Showcase Night

Edmond Santa Fe High School


Thursday, January 25, 2018


5:30-6:00 Info session about Oklahoma’s Promise – Media Center


6:00-6:30 Class of 2022 Freshman Information – Auditorium


6:30-7:00 PreAP and AP students will speak about PreAP/AP courses


7:00-7:50 Information fair for elective classes, sports, and school activities in the Back Hall near the Auditorium.


Also, there will be two curriculum information sessions where teachers will discuss the rigors, expectations, and benefits of AP and PreAP courses. Parents may choose two to attend; information brochures will be available from all sessions. Choose from the following:

English – room 108

Math – room 31

Science – Media Center

Social Studies – Main Cafeteria


7:00-7:20 Session 1

7:30-7:50 Session 2