ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 9, 2019: Capstone Presentations; C-D-E

 

For all of you board game, card game, or other tabletop gaming lovers Tuesday Tabletop Gaming is starting up once again. Feel free to bring your own games, or just play with the ones we got. Meetings will occur from dismissal to 4 o’ clock in Dave Low’s room.

 

Do you need a corsage or boutonniere for prom? Plant Tech will be selling both during all lunch waves! Cash or check is required to place an order. Corsages are $20.00 and Boutonnieres at $15. Please see Pebbles for more information

 

Brew yourself a favor and take part in the Senior Ocean Engineering Class’s Gourmet Coffee Fundraiser! With over 14 award-winning flavors to choose from, it’s easy to support their trip to Tennessee this summer! Selling will be during lunch waves and G periods!!

 

 

Sophomores and Juniors interested in taking a college course next fall at Gateway, Southern or Yale MUST meet individually with Julie, our ISSP Coordinator, in person in Student Services, any Tuesday until May 21st. Stop by ASAP to talk over your options — minimum requirements are a B average and 400’s on the PSAT or SAT. Application deadlines are fast approaching, so don’t delay! 

 

 

9th grade students, this is a special message for you!  The State of Connecticut requires that we have a current physical and immunization history for each of you.  A physical done in 2018 or 2019 will fulfill this requirement.    Information about free clinic services is included in the letter that was mailed home last week.  Deadline for handing in the physical is the first day of 10th grade but we want your physicals handed in before the end of this school year if possible.  Please bring them to nurse Rosellen in Emerson.

 

CAPSTONE PRESENTATIONS

 

1)      Students check in with their Advisors first thing, not only to take attendance, but more importantly: to make sure everyone knows where to go at 8:15 when the bell rings to pass to Capstones/Freshman Forum.

2)      At 8:15 on Thursday, all freshmen head to Thomas to take part in the Freshman Forum. Justyne and team have that figured out. EVERYONE ELSE heads to a capstone room. The sophomores are assigned by last name, and do NOT get to choose where they go. They go to their assigned capstone room and they are there for three hours straight, watching the six capstones put before them.

3)      There will be three sets of copies of capstone viewing selection sheets for juniors and seniors who forgot to copy or take pictures of their capstone selections. The copies can be found on the desk just inside the Aqua office (where Sue Weber used to sit), in the Main Office with Evelyn, or in my room before 8:30am.

4)      8:30am Passing Bell rings and nobody is to come into or go out of many capstone room for the next 25 minutes. The seniors presenting capstones at 8:30am get five minutes to set up, and must begin presenting by 8:35am. Proctors should keep track and make sure this happens.

5)      Students begin their presentations. THERE IS NO CELL PHONE USE BY SPECTATORS DURING CAPSTONE PRESENTATIONS. There is a zero tolerance policy, and violators should be escorted immediately from the room. No exceptions. Make it super clear to all students viewing capstones in the room during the five minute setup period EVERY TIME. Once presentation begin, the presenters have 15 minutes to present (not 16), followed by five minutes for questions. It is important that they not run over time, because the bells ring at 8:55am and everyone MUST LEAVE at that point, in order to get to their next room before doors close and lock at 9:00am.

6)      This pattern repeats in half-hour increments until 11:30 – five minutes to set up from the hour or half hour bell, when nobody else is allowed in the room, fifteen minutes to present, five minutes for questions, five minutes for everyone to pass to their next location by the half hour or hour bell. Sophomores never leave the room, remember (nor do freshmen on Friday).

 

CAPSTONE SCHEDULE AND ROOM ASSIGNMENTS:

Thursday

May 9, 2019

Room

8:30 – 9:00am

9:00 – 9:30am

9:30 – 10:00am

10:00 – 10:30am

10:30 – 11:00am

11:00 – 11:30am

Faculty

Sophomores

E 109

 

 

 

 

HURTADO/SUMMERFIELD

KHONDKER

Tiffany/Nilsa

 

E 203

GARCIA

DOLAN

KHONDKER

HOUGH

DRIEBEEK

CRUZ

Dave/Melissa

 

E 213

BOYD/CARROLL

D’AMICO

FARGEORGE/WRIGHT

ARROYO

PRITCHARD

FERRUCCI

John R/Katie

Akomeah-Chamberlain

F 715

BOUCHER

GREEN

HURTADO/SUMMERFIELD

LEIGH/LESLIE

LOWNDES

PATNAUDE

Kevin/John/Cheryl

Corolla-Gottlieb

F 718

DRIEBEEK

CRUZ

CARABALLO GARCIA

GREEN

RIVERA

LEIGH/LESLIE

Jack W/Simon

Graziano-Jones

F 725

CARABALLO GARCIA

CLARK

EMERY

CHMELAR

LOURENCO LUCIANO

MIKOLIKE

Ned F/Adam

Juarez-McKinnon

F 728

ANASTASIO

BRENNAN

ANASTASIO

BRENNAN

GALLUCCI

ESPARZA

Paul/Pebbles

Massaro-O’Shea

F 756

RIVERA

ARROYO

PRITCHARD

DOLAN

COTTO

HARDING

Neil/Kristi/Ricky

Orellana-Reid

F 761

LOURENCO LUCIANO

MIKOLIKE

BOUCHER

CLARK

CANALORI

JOHNS

Phil/Kurt/Saras

Reilly-Saldana

F 765

LOWNDES

PATNAUDE

ANTOINE

BRENNAN

EMERY

JIMENEZ

Kim W/Adam

Sanchez-Stevenson

F 815

ANTOINE

HARDING

BOYD/CARROLL

D’AMICO

BERRIOS

HOUGH

Bob/Liliana/Steve

Sturrock-Wieliesz

Library

GALLUCCI

FERRANTI

CANALORI

FERRUCCI

GARCIA

CHMELAR

Sue/Kirk/Pam

 

LibrClsrm

COTTO

JOHNS

BERRIOS

JIMENEZ

FARGEORGE/WRIGHT

FERRANTI

Pete/Kim P/Ellen

 

Thursday Schedule – Students

8:00-8:15am

Report to Advisory to take attendance

8:15-8:30am

Sophomores/Juniors/Seniors report to your first capstone room — Freshmen to Thomas

8:30-11:30am

Capstones for Sophomores/Juniors/Seniors — Freshman Forum for Freshmen

11:35a-12:50p

C period  (Lunches at 11:35, 12:00 and 12:25)

12:55-1:40pm

D period

1:45-2:30pm

E period

With freshmen to Thomas at 8:15am

J.Cardello, P.Daddio,R.Howe, A.Improta, M. Koonze, J.Nuzzo, C.Pickett

 

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