Hood River Valley High School

May 2017

May 2017

May 11: Expanded Options Information Night - Library 6:30 pm


May 13: Prom - HR County Fairgrounds - 8:00 to 11:30 pm


May 17: Campus Pride Day


May 18: Spring Concert - Bowe Theatre - 7:00 pm


May 23: Evening of Excellence - Bowe Theatre - 7:00 pm


May 25: Senior Scholarships - Bowe Theatre - 7:00 pm


May 29: NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day


May 30: 3-Sport Athlete Dinner - Cafeteria - 6:00 pm

June 2017

June 1: Mr. HRV - Bowe Theatre - 7:00 pm


June 2: Senior Assembly - (No Luau)


June 2: Last Chance Dance 8:30 - 11:00 pm


June 6: EA night


June 7: Farewell Concert - Bowe Theatre - 7:00 pm


June 8: Seniors last day


June 8: First in Family to Graduate - Library - 6:00 pm


June 9: Graduation - Henderson Stadium - 7:30 pm


June 15 and 16: Finals schedule


June 16: Last Day of School


June 29: Last Day Main Office and Guidance Office are open until August 1.

Expanded Options Night

Expanded Options

Important Information Meeting

May 11, 2017 ~~ 6:30-7:30 pm

Hood River Valley High School Library

You have expressed an interest in participating in the Expanded Options Program.

· An academic advisor from CGCC will be available to answer questions about course choice, transferability, academic programs, policies, and procedures.

· Students will receive EARLY REGISTRATION forms to assist in enrolling in their course(s) of choice.

Opciones De Expansión

Reunión de Información Importante

11 de mayo 2017 a las 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Biblioteca de la escuela Hood River Valley High

Usted ha expresado su interés en participar en el Programa de Opciones de Expansión.

*Un consejero académico de CGCC estará disponible para responder preguntas sobre los cursos disponibles, transferibilidad, programas académicos, las políticas y procedimiento.

*Los estudiantes recibirán los formularios de inscripción anticipada para asistir a inscribirse en su curso (s) de su elección.

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Speech and Debate

It was a tough one and our lack of winter competition due to weather showed-- but I'm so proud of the whole team-- they represent Hood River as mature, compassionate, and engaged learners. I get compliments on them at every tournament. We were one of the largest teams there and were the only large team to come from a school that does not have a Competitive Speech class-- Ashland, who won 5A, has 2 full sections of competitive speech in addition to their intro to speech classes. So I think we hold our own quite well. Thank you all for your continued support of the team. Fundraisers for the Nationals trip have been planned. I'll send info soon. -- DeLona



Ruby Patterson won 2nd Place in Original Oratory at the OSAA State Speech competition on April 22nd. Junior Mason Leavitt made it to the semi-final round of competition in Radio Commentary. Hood River Valley High School took 18 students to the state tournament which was held at Western Oregon University in Monmouth. According to coach DeLona Campos-Davis, “the competition was especially challenging this year, but our young team had a good showing in their preliminary rounds.” The only senior to compete for HRVHS at district and state was Douglas Asai, who competed in both Lincoln-Douglas debate and Extemporaneous speaking. The team is currently recruiting new members in preparation for next year.

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Prom Court for 2017

Princes

Steven Crouch

Jasper Krehbiel

Owen Ramsey

Charlie Cohn


Princess

Olivia Acosta

Riley Bauer

Blair Holman
Grace Garrett

HRVHS Health Center

The school based health center is open 8am – 5pm every day students are in class. We serve students across all schools in Hood River County regardless of their ability to pay. We accept all forms of insurance and have a sliding fee discount for families who qualify. If your child is in need of any preventative health care, such as an annual wellness exam or sports physical, we are here to help. If your child is sick or injured, or struggles with any emotional or behavioral challenges our caring staff are qualified to meet their needs. For more information, please call the health center at 541-308-8345.

Lynne A. Frost, DNP, APRN, CPNP

Clinical Operations Director

SCHOLARSHIP NIGHT

May 25: Thursday, 7:00 pm

Recipients of the Local Scholarships will be given their awards at Senior Scholarship Night at 7:00 p.m.. Any student receiving a Local Scholarship will be sent an invite the week prior. Family and friends of the recipient are also invited to join us.

A NOTE FROM THE SCHOOL NURSE

As it is allergy season - just a reminder that for any medication needed during school hours the front office must have a medication administration form on file. If a student is carrying their own medication, the medication administration form must be signed by parents/guardian and a student’s healthcare provider. If a student is going to have the medication in the front office, the form should just be signed by parent/guardian. All medications that will be kept in the front office must be brought into school by a parent/guardian and must have student’s name on the container. All medications must be picked up by parent at the end of the school year – any medication not picked up will be thrown away.

Volunteer Judges needed for EA night

HOOD RIVER VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL EXTENDED APPLICATION (EA) PRESENTATION VOLUNTEER JUDGES NEEDED…

Volunteers are needed to judge our 2nd semester (EA) Presentations on Monday, June 5th from 6:20 to 8:45. Packets and refreshments will be handed out in the foyer beginning at 5:45. From 6:00-6:10 staff will be available to answer questions for those who have not volunteered before and/or reviewed the information at our website and still want further guidance. Information to help you understand what is involved in preparing an EA, and what we ask of our volunteers when judging is located at our website www.hrvhs.com. In the menu bar click on “Academics” and then click on “Extended Application” there you will have access to all the information needed. Volunteers will be assigned in groups of two or three to a room and students will be presenting their projects in 10 minute time slots, with judges having another 10 minutes to score. If you are interested please contact Wendy Herman at 541-387-5034 ext. 1 or e-mail at wendy.herman@hoodriver.k12.or.us. As always, a HUGE THANK YOU to those that continuously volunteer to judge our students’ presentations.

LIBRARY

Please return books by year end

Seniors:

All Books/library materials due back: May 17th

Library charges will be held on your account until paid in full. These charges could delay receipt of your diploma.

Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen:

All Books/library materials due back: June 5th

PLEASE come to the library - check your account - clear it out before school year ends.

Senior Information for Graduation

Please note the following very important dates and information.

Senior Class picture: Friday, May 19th during the assembly period on the football field

Graduation Speaker Auditions: Monday, May 15th and Wednesday, May 17th at 3:30 pm in the Bowe Theater

Four graduating seniors will be selected to speak during commencement. This is a closed audition session. Speeches in Spanish and English are presented.

Senior Scholarship Night: Thursday May 25th 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Bowe Theater to give deserved recognition to the Class of 2017 local scholarship recipients, we have chosen a special night to honor their efforts and acknowledge the contributors. All seniors, families, and friends are invited and encouraged to attend. Scholarship recipients will receive special invitations.

Senior final class days and check out of school: Wednesday June 7 and Thursday, June 8

All coursework must be completed for teacher sign-off by 2:00pm, Thursday, June 8.

All records of independent study completion, grades, etc. must be to your counselor by May 15, 2017. (8th period final exam and checkout will be Tuesday June 6th)

Graduation practice: Thursday, June 8 (2-5pm), Friday, June 9 (8:30am – Noon) at Henderson Stadium

All graduating seniors must successfully attend both practice sessions. Students are expected to park behind the visitor bleachers at Henderson Stadium. Seniors must adjust work and personal schedules to accommodate the practice schedule.

Graduation Ceremony: Friday, June 9 at 7:30 – 9:00 pm at Henderson Stadium

The graduation ceremony will be held on the HRVHS football field and each graduating senior will receive three tickets for preferred seating. Tickets will be distributed to seniors at the final graduation practice on the morning of June 9th. Due to limited seating, the only way to get more tickets is to ask a classmate for any extras she/he may not need. Parents, family, and friends must have a ticket to gain entrance to the preferred section prior to 7:15pm. Tickets will be collected. No tickets will be required for seats outside the preferred area. In the event of rain, please do not bring an umbrella. It would obstruct the view of others. A professional photographer will be taking photos of each graduate as they receive their diploma. Photos can be purchased at clients.gradimages.com.

Families in need of handicapped access should contact the senior class advisors in advance in order to secure the best accommodation.

To participate in the graduation ceremony all seniors must:

a) be officially certified through guidance – NO EXCEPTIONS. The counselors will be distributing information to seniors at a later date,

b) provide documentation to counselors that any correspondence and/or independent study classes are completed by May 15th,

c) be completely finished with all diploma requirements by 2:00 pm, June 8, 2017

d) attend two mandatory practices:

1. Thursday, June 8 @ 2-5pm

2. Friday, June 9 @ 8:30am-Noon

Understand and adhere to the following:

e) Graduation is a formal ceremony that is a privilege to attend. Students must be appropriately attired in their caps and gowns with no adornment. Flowers worn or carried should be the same as other graduates. The preferred attire is dresses, dress slacks, and dress shoes. Drugs and alcohol are prohibited. Graduation is a school activity and all school rules apply. Failure to follow these rules will result in being prohibited from going through the graduation ceremony.

f) Maintain an acceptable behavior record throughout the remainder of HRVHS functions.**

Diplomas

Diplomas will be issued by the Guidance Department at the following times and locations:

Guidance Office

June 13 through June 29

8:30AM-3:30PM Monday-Friday


District Office

June 30 through August 22

9:00AM-4:00PM Monday-Friday


Guidance Office

August 25 and beyond

8:30AM-3:30PM Monday-Friday


Updates, reminders and information can be found on hrvhs.com, the Facebook page HRV Class of 2017 or by joining the “Remind” group by sending a text to 81010 with the message @2017hrv.

Seniors: Remember to sign up for the Senior All-night Party to be held the night of graduation at the Elks’ Lodge. Permission slips are available in the main office.

If you have further questions, please contact senior advisors, Cary Mallon or Ann Zuehlke cary.mallon@hoodriver.k12.or.us or Ann.zuehlke@hoodriver.k12.or.us

or call at 386-4500.




Favor de notar las siguientes fechas importantes e información.

La foto para la clase de los “Seniors: viernes, 19 de mayo durante el periodo de la asamblea en el campo de fútbol.

Las audiciones para oradores de graduación se llevarán a cabo el lunes, 15 de mayo y miércoles 17 de mayo a las 3:30 p.m. en el teatro Bowe (salón de actuaciones).

Se seleccionarán a cuatro “Seniors” para hablar durante la ceremonia de graduación. Para estas audiciones, en las que no se permite la entrada al público, se solicitan discursos tanto en español como en ingles.

La Noche de Becas para los “Seniors” se celebrará el jueves, 25 de mayo a las 7:00- 9:00 p.m. en el Teatro Bowe. Para darle el debido reconocimiento por sus logros a la Clase del 2017, hemos apartado una noche especial para honrar sus esfuerzos. Invitamos a todos los “seniors”, a sus familias y a sus amigos a asistir para apoyar a sus condiscípulos que recibirán premios. Aquellos que han sido premiados con becas recibirán invitaciones especiales.

Los últimos días de clase para los “Seniors” serán: el miércoles, 7 de junio y jueves, 8 de junio

Todos los trabajos asignados deben estar completos para obtener la firma del maestro para las 2:00p.m. el jueves 8 de junio. Todo archivo, calificación, cursos independientes, etc. debe ser entregado a su consejera el 15 de mayo del 2017. (Examen final para periodo 8 será el martes 6 de junio)

Las prácticas de graduación: el jueves 8 de junio (2-5pm) el viernes, 9 de junio (8:30 a.m.-mediodía) en el Estadio Henderson

Para poder caminar en la ceremonia de graduación, todos los graduados tendrán que asistir a ambas prácticas. Se espera que los “Seniors” se estacionen detrás de las bancas de los visitantes Tendrán que hacer cuantos arreglos sean necesarios con respecto al trabajo u otros compromisos para asistir ambas prácticas.

La Ceremonia de Graduación se llevará a cabo el viernes 9 de junio a las 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. en el estadio Henderson.

La ceremonia se celebrará en el campo de fútbol de HRVHS y cada graduado recibirá tres boletos para asientos preferidos. Los graduados recibirán sus boletos en la práctica del 9 de junio. Debido al limitado número de asientos la única manera de conseguir más boletos será consiguiendo los boletos sobrantes que sus amigos no usaran. Se necesitará un boleto para poder entrar a la ceremonia antes de las 7:15 p.m. y se recogerán los boletos al entrar. No es necesario el boleto de entrada para los asientos ubicados fuera de la zona preferida. En caso de lluvia, favor de no traer paraguas, dado que obstruye la vista de los demás. Un fotógrafo profesional va a tomar fotos de cada graduado mientras reciben su diploma. Las fotos pueden ser compradas en clients.gradimages.com.

Las familias que necesitan acceso para los discapacitados deben ponerse en contacto con los consejeros de la clase de los “Seniors” a fin de asegurar el mejor lugar para ellos.

Para participar en la ceremonia de graduación todo “senior” debe:

a) estar oficialmente registrado en el Departamento de Consejería – NO SE PERMITIRAN EXCEPCIONES. (Los consejeros les darán más información acerca de estos en las semanas entrantes.)

b) haber terminado o completado toda clase o cursos independientes para el 15 de mayo.

c) haber terminado completamente con todos sus requisitos para el diploma de graduación para las 2:00 p.m. del 8 de junio de 2017.

d) asistir a las dos prácticas obligatorias.

1. El jueves, 8 de junio @2-5pm

2. El viernes, 9 de junio @8:30 am. - mediodía

Comprender y ajustarse a las siguientes pautas:

e) estar vestidos apropiadamente para la graduación con su gorro y toga sin adorno. La graduación es una ceremonia formal por lo cual es un privilegio poder asistir a ella. La ropa preferida es vestidos y pantalones y calzado de vestir. No se permitirá llevar pantalones cortos. Las drogas y el alcohol están prohibidos. La graduación es un evento escolar y se respetarán todas reglas escolares. El no acatarlas podrá tener como consecuencia la prohibición de tomar parte en la ceremonia.

f) mantener un archivo de conducta aceptable en los eventos escolares de HRVHS que todavía quedan.**

Diplomas

Se otorgarán los diplomas por el Departamento de Orientación en los siguientes horarios y lugares:

Oficina de Orientación

13 de junio al 29 de junio

8:30AM-3: 30PM de lunes a viernes


Oficina del Distrito

30 de junio al 22 de agosto

9:00AM-4: 00PM de lunes a viernes


Oficina de Orientación

25 de agosto y más allá

8:30AM-3: 30PM de lunes a viernes


Las actualizaciones, recordatorios e información se puede encontrar en la página de Facebook de HRV Clase de 2017 o uniéndose al grupo de "Recordar" mediante el envío de un texto al 81010 con el mensaje @ hrv2017.

“Seniors”: No se olviden de apuntarse en la lista para la Fiesta de Toda la Noche para los “Seniors” que se celebrará la noche de graduación en el Elks Lodge. Favor de ir a la oficina principal para obtener un formulario de premiso para la fiesta de toda la noche.

Si tiene preguntas adicionales, favor de comunicarse con Cary Mallon o Ann Zuehlke por correspondencia electrónica: cary.mallon@hoodriver.k12.or.us o Ann.zuehlke@hoodriver.k12.or.us O llame al 541-386-4500

SUMMIT CAREER CENTER: 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 by visiting different colleges. The SUMMIT Career Center has a handout on suggested questions to ask when you are visiting a college. If you want some direction in which colleges or technical schools to visit, the SUMMIT office would be glad to schedule an appointment with you and your student. Call Lisa at 541-387-5034. Students can and should also see their Guidance Counselor with questions.

Want to Learn More about HRVHS

One of the best ways to be involved in your student’s high school education is to volunteer at HRVHS. Volunteers are being sought now for next fall to tutor students, chaperone special events, and mentor students through our ASPIRE program which encourages post-secondary education for all students. Applications can be obtained by downloading the forms under SUMMIT on the HRVHS website or contacting Lisa in the SUMMIT Career Center at 541-387-5034.