IMPORTANT POINTS FOR SENIOR PARENTS
Class of 2021
SENIOR PARENT NIGHT
Please join us for a discussion of all of our senior related activities and chance to ask any questions that you may have. We encourage you to attend this informative meeting with your senior.
Please click the link below for access to the google meet:
Class of 2021 Top Twenty
1) Krishna Parikh - Valedictorian
2) Molly Nide - Salutatorian
3) Hannah Kaufman
4) Alyssa Riker
5) Michael Tresvalles
6) Kaitlyn Marro
7) Aaila Arif
8) Maria Rebeca May Mendoza
9) Christina Mardini
10) Gabriella Cubelo
11) Alexandros Psillos
12) John Aaron De Dios
13) Amanda Brodsky
14) Svar Shah
15) Renee Danielle Abapo
16) Alessandro Dileo
17) Paige Rand
18) Julia Sarama
19) Jay Mukhi
20) Shirley Omari-Kwarteng
FROM OUR SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS
We will have our final contest “How well do you know you advisor Part 2” that is an online questionnaire due by June 6th.
Senior Memory book
Submissions for the Senior Memory Book are due no later than May 26th. We cannot accept any ads after this date due to printing deadlines. Each senior will be receiving a copy for FREE at graduation. More information can be found here.
Location: TRN Date: June 18th 11:30-2
Join us for a completely free event for seniors that will include food, prizes and various games.
Senior Yearbook Signing
Location: TRN turf Date: June 14th 6pm
The Senior Prom is always a wonderful night for our seniors as well as our staff! We are looking forward to this year's event more than we normally would be as our seniors have missed out on their Junior Prom. Our advisors and the members of the Class of 2021 are working hard to make it an unforgettable evening for everyone in attendance.
Friday, May 21st is a school day. All students must attend all classes until the end of the 11:15am school day. Students who are absent or do not attend all classes that day will not be able to attend the prom. All hair appointments should be made after 11:15am.
Expectations for Student Behavior
All of our students and their guests are expected to carry themselves according to the expectations set forth during a normal school day. Any student who violates school rules will be subject to discipline.
Upon arrival, all limousines will be met by school administration. Students who drive their own vehicles will be met as well. Any evidence of alcohol/illegal substance possession or consumption will result in the entire party of the vehicle being questioned in a separate location. Any student or their guest who appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not be permitted to attend the prom and will need to be picked by a parent or guardian. These students will also be subject to discipline under our school drug and alcohol policy. Any inappropriate behavior may result in the student forfeiting the privilege of walking in the graduation ceremony.
Parking and Directions
GPS Location Address: 1 Thunder Road, Trenton, NJ 08611
Go to 195 West. Take 195 West past exit one, and follow the signs to stay on 29 North. When you go through the tunnel, you will pass the stadium on your left. Go to the SECOND light and make a left into the parking lot. At the end of the entrance road, make a left. Go past the parking garage (which will be on your left), and park in the lot closest to the stadium. Students will be parking in the orange colored lot in this Senior Prom Parking map. Students who are dropped off will be dropped off right in front of the stadium. Limos and Buses will drop students off in the front of the stadium before parking in the lot behind the stadium. Limos and Buses will return to the front of the stadium to pick students up.
Check-In and Departure
Please be sure all individuals have photo identification with them. Student Id's and Drivers License's are both acceptable. Students may not leave the prom prior to 9:30. All attendees should arrive at the venue by 6:30pm
Masks will be required. Masks must be worn upon entry, and must be worn whenever students are not seated at their table. Students will be allowed to temporarily remove them in order to take pictures in designated areas.
The concourse is covered so the event will take place rain or shine. Girls may want to bring a light jacket in case it gets cool in the evening.
Additional information can be found in the Senior Prom FAQ, and if you have any further questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Scholarship Night (Virtual Presentation) - Friday, June 4th. - 6pm
Senior Yearbook Night - June 14th - 6pm
Military Cording Ceremony - Tuesday, June 15th - 6pm Media Center
Senior Carnival - June 18 (11:30am -2:00pm)
Graduation Practice (Mandatory): June 21-22, 8:00am
Graduation - Tuesday, June 22nd - 2pm - Gernerd Field
Senior Chromebooks will be signed back in to the media center through English classes during the last week of school. Virtual Students must make arrangements to return their devices during this time as well.
Any student who has not satisfied their outstanding obligations prior to graduation will not receive their diploma during the ceremony. Diplomas will then be picked up once the obligation has been closed.
GRADUATION LAWN SIGNS! DUE JUNE 4TH
SHOW HOW PROUD YOU ARE OF YOUR GRADUATE THIS YEAR WITH A YARD SIGN! FAMILY AND FRIENDS CAN CONGRATULATE A STUDENT BY PURCHASING A SIGN THAT WILL BE DISPLAYED AROUND HIGH SCHOOL NORTH. USE THE FORM LINK TO ORDER.
3-4 per graduate (TBD based on latest restrictions).
NO extras - Ceremony will be live streamed.
A limited amount of handicapped seating will be available.
GIRLS - Dress, Shirts/pants Shoes - (Functional) No flip flops. (WALK ALONG THE GRASS FIELD) Keep pocket books, cell phones, flowers w/family
GUYS - Dress pants, Shirt w/collar (Tie Preferred)
Please: No jeans, sneakers, flip flops (You will feel underdressed)
* Arrival with Gown on hanger. Avoid wrinkles. Student keep gowns - Mortar Boards (No Decoration of Mortar Board)
HSN issues live diplomas during our graduation ceremony. Anyone with outstanding fines or obligations will receive only a diploma cover. Diploma will be issued when the outstanding obligation is completed.
FINAL GRADES AND TRANSCRIPTS
All seniors will complete a Senior Survey. This serves as school notification of graduates plans beyond high school (College, Trade, Military, Work, etc).
Final Transcripts will be released in early July. Please contact Guidance with individual questions. Some can be released earlier if needed (NCAA Clearing House, etc.)
** Important Reminder: Colleges do check final transcripts. Students who fail to complete responsibilities could see reaction from Colleges (Admittance, Scholarships, Academic Probation)