This year we are having our first ever Color Wars! Every grade has a different color (senior-blue, junior-red, sophomore-green, and freshman- purple) and on Friday May 5th all students will be dressed head to toe in their designated grades color. They will also have a designated building (senior-McNeil, junior-Thomas, sophomore-Anderson, freshman- Emerson) which also has to be fully decorated in their grades color. Which ever class shows the most school spirit and has the most kids dressed on May 5th will win an Italian ice party! Coordinate with your peers and teachers about decorations for your building! May the best grade win.


Attention All FFA leadership group members there will be an All member meeting on Thursday April 6 From 2:30 to 4:30 in room 307. 

    Please Bring in $5 to contribute to our spring fundraiser. 



"Join the senior Environmental Science class for the second annual environmental seminar series. Come to the library during G/H period on monday (3rd), tuesday(4th), thursday(6th) and friday (7th) as we discuss and inform you about controversial environmental issues such as: the flint water crisis, pipelines, corruption in the EPA, and global warming. See our posters or ask a member of the class for a copy of the brochure for more information"



There will be an important yearbook meeting in Katie’s room TODAY & TOMORROW. It is crunch time, all yearbook staff should be working on assigned pages.


The Sound School SAGA will meet at their traditional time and place TODAY during G period in the Library Classroom. This week we will discuss the April 28 Day of Silence, fundraising at the Waterfront Festival, and officer elections. Everyone is welcome because: You Belong; we belong.


This is an important announcement for the sailing team and any students who want to join the sailing team: We will meet TODAY and continue with our regular Tues, Wed, Thurs schedule after that.  Any questions call John Buell in his classroom or stop by.



Waterfront T-shirt Design Contest:  Every year we ask students to submit their art work to be featured on the official Waterfront Festival T-shirt.  Any student interested must submit their artwork to PAC by Friday, April 7th.  All submissions can be emailed or dropped off at the PAC mailbox in McNeil.  Submission will be reviewed at the April PAC meeting and a winner will be picked.  Winner can choose one color for t-shirt and one color for design.


Any student looking to participate in the Youth@Work program this summer for 5 weeks please go to City Hall 165 Church Street to pick up an application. All App’s are due prior to TOMORROW. 



Parents, here is the updated freshmen calendar:



MONDAY (3/27)

TUESDAY (3/28)

WED (3/29)


FRIDAY (3/31)


MP3 Exam

Vocab Test (381-400)



HDCI #19

CE #19



Quarterly exam

Quarterly exam


Quarterly exam

Quarterly exam




A/B to Greenhouse

A/B to Greenhouse


Ch 4 Boat US


Ch 4 Boat US


Multiple choice assessment


Quarterly exam

Quarterly exam

Quarterly exam

Field trip







Students are not authorized to be in any building other than McNeil and the second floor of Thomas before first bell at 7:55. Teachers please DO NOT let students into buildings in the morning unless you intend to personally supervise them, in which case you should let the administrative team know.

If you are locked out of a building for any reason, please report to the main office so we can call ahead and facilitate your reentry. The McNeil building remains open at all times during school hours. Please do NOT knock on entry doors during class time. This is disruptive to everyone in the building. Also do not rely on calls or texts to fellow students. Your entry must be facilitated by an adult. Again…go to McNeil and get called in. Teachers, please do not send students on errands during class time. On that rare occurrence when you simply MUST do so, you MUST phone ahead to their destination to facilitate their entry.

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