Hood River Valley High School
June 3: Luau and Last Chance Dance
June 4: Baseball State Finals 5:00 pm at Keizur Stadium
June 6 and 13: One hour late starts
June 6: EA Night
June 7: 3-Sport Athlete Dinner
June 9: First in Family to Graduate 6:30 pm
June 10: Graduation 7:30 pm
June 16 and 17: Finals
June 17: Last Day of School
Aug 17-19: Packet pick up
Aug 30: Registration and Change Arena
Aug 31: Frosh and New Student Orientation
Sept 1: First day of classes - A day
The Healthy, Hungry-Free Act of 2010 establishes requirements for conducting outreach to households on the availability of Summer Food Service Program meals. This provision requires schools to inform eligible families on the availability and location of free meals for students when the regular school year ends.
Summer meals at no charge for children 1-18 years of age will be served at:
Mid Valley Elementary 3686 Davis Dr July 6th-27th
Hood River Valley High School 1220 Indian Creek Dr. July 6th-27th
ALL BOOKS WERE DUE BACK TO LIBRARY – May 16th. PLEASE look around and return all items still out
Book charges will be held on your account until paid in full.
ALL OTHER STUDENTS:
ALL BOOKS DUE BACK - June 3rd. Please bring items in prior to this date.
Summer is a good time for reading and exploring. Stop in your local library this summer.
AP Art Exhibit
Digital photography Advanced Placement Studio Art students will be on display at Dog River Coffee. Each student has created a series based on a theme of their choosing. Most art is for sale and all proceeds will go directly to the artists. Come support these talented artists! . The show will be up for about a week.
Exhibit dates: June 3rd-June 8th, 2016
Reception (Meet the artists): 5:30-7:30, June 3rd
Dog River Coffee
Downtown Hood River
Seniors' 2D Artwork on display in the Theatre hall gallery space. Seniors' 3D Artwork on display in the case in the main office foyer. Come and celebrate our senior artists! Some artwork will be for sale.
Junior Checklist for June (Class of 2017)
_____ Plan to visit as many colleges as possible this summer. Get the college visit questionnaire in
_____ Make appointments for summer interviews at selected colleges (Be sure to follow visits with thank you notes).
_____ Finalize plans for summer jobs, camps, and educational opportunities.
_____ Read local newspapers and check in with Volunteer Services to find out which civic, cultural and service organizations may need volunteers for community service work. Keep track of your activities in a file.
_____ Update your Activities Chart in OregonCIS with all your activates from 9th – 11th Grade.
Senior Check list for June (Class of 2016)
_____ It's still not too late to apply to colleges with rolling admissions (but getting financial aid may be difficult).
_____ Fill out and return all college papers regarding housing, student orientation, registration, loan application, etc.
The SUMMIT staff would like to thank all sponsors who sponsored a student from our Mentorship, Internship, Cadet Teaching or Elementary Aid classes. Our students gain so much by your mentoring them and the knowledge gained would not happen without you.
Also, a huge thank you to all volunteers that judged our students’ Extended Applications this year; we hope you enjoyed listening to our student’s presentations and we look forward to having you back to judge next school year.
Plan Summer College Visits
Summer is the perfect time for parents of juniors to help their soon-to-be senior concentrate on what career and college plans their student will pursue after high school. The SUMMIT Career Center has a handout on suggested questions to ask when you are visiting a college. If you want some direction on which colleges or technical schools to visit, the SUMMIT staff or your guidance counselor would be glad to schedule an appointment with you and your student. Call Lisa Roberts at 387-5034 x3 or Guidance at 541-386-2770.
Volunteers – We Appreciate All of You Very Much
Thank you to all our volunteers that have contributed so much of their time this year. Our students have really gained from the help that they have received from you!
COMMUNITY AND CAMPUS PRIDE WORK DAY 2016 RECAP
389 students turned in contracts to participate in our Community and Campus Pride Work Day on April 27th. 75 of those students worked their 5 hours at the high school; a lot of cleaning and “Pridyfing” was done and students did an outstanding job. 26 students worked at nonprofit organizations (Fish Food Bank Garden, Columbia Land Trust and H.R.C. Library) where they were not charged the $50. Money raised this year came back to the school and will be used in conjunction with our Booster Club to purchase a name/reader board. The day was a great success all the way around.
EF Educational Tours - England and Scotland
HRV is traveling to Scotland, England, and France summer of 2017 and enrollment is still open. If you are interested in learning more about this tour, please check out our webpage at www.eftours.com/1776351EW or email firstname.lastname@example.org (the club advisor) or email@example.com (the tour group leader).