Parents and Community Members,
On Monday, August 21 we will be dismissing students from school at 12:50pm (No 7th Period). This change in dismissal is due to the Solar Eclipse that will be occurring between 1:10pm and 4:00pm. All outdoor sports, and activities will have to occur indoors or be postponed until 4:00pm. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation regarding this change. We will send reminders next week as well.
Our bell schedule for Monday, August 21 will be as follows:
1st Period 7:30-8:10
2nd Period 8:15-8:55
3rd Period 9:00-9:40
4th Period 9:45-10:25
5th Period 10:30-11:10
6th Period 11:15-11:55
Lunch 11:55-12:50 *
Dismissal 12:50 - 1:20 **
7th Period No Classes
*Parents, if you are coming to sign your student out during lunch, you will need to do it prior to 11:55am or wait until 12:10pm to do so. Also, we strongly advise that you have a plan in place or communicate your plan to your child prior to this day as it is difficult to quickly locate students during lunch as students have freedom of movement and seating.
**Students who are car riders and usually wait at one of parent pick-up locations must have secured a ride by 1:20 P.M. At 1:20 those students will be moved to our Auditorium and must be signed out to leave. Any other students in 7th period, clubs, activities, and athletics must have their parents sign them out from their activity (prior to its ending) if they choose to participate that afternoon.
Here are a few resources if you are interested in learning more about this once in a generation event:
Live Stream: http://www.americaneclipse2017.org/live-eclipse/
Live Eclipse – American Eclipse 2017
We will be creating a list of planned live streaming channels for those of you who plan to show the world your eclipse experience via your channels.
To learn more about the solar eclipse, visit Eclipse2017.NASA.gov or NASA.gov and en.Wikipedia.org
Eclipse2017 | Total Solar Eclipse 2017
Total Solar Eclipse 2017 - On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Anyone within the path of totality can see one ...
Thank you for your patience, understanding, and continued support of our school.