ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, June 4, 2019: D DAY

 

Tabletop Gaming is cancelled for today.

 

 

Community Service Opportunity! The summer program is called Lots of Fish. They have a small grant from the Quinnipiac Fund so they are in need of volunteer helpers and donated stuff. They need community service volunteers to help set up their worksite, help paint large banners of fish, help paint the outside of their building and they can even give community service hours for doing some research and social media for their public education campaign. They are painting a couple of murals, one of an Atlantic Sturgeon and the other is a mural map of the Quinnipiac River and New Haven Harbor. Both will be painted at their workshop outside walls at 12 East Grand Ave. www.LotsofFish.info. This is a perfect opportunity for students who live in the Heights, Quinnipiac Meadows, or even the Cove!

 

 

Students who have taken Vessel Opps as Juniors this year are invited to assist with several charter opportunities this summer.  We are looking for competent and serious deckhands only.  If interested, please see Bob Lizotte in 815 or drop him an email.

 

Any student interested in volunteering this summer at The Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen or participating in gardening activities to support their SAE program should attend an informational meeting TODAY from 2:30 – 3:00pm with Pebbles in Emerson 112.  Aquaculture and Agriculture students are welcome, no experience is necessary.

 

 

All who love to sail or want to learn to sail and wish to earn SAE credit doing so, please listen up:
This summer we will again be offering a two week SAE summer sailing program.  Participants will learn to sail FJs.  No experience of any kind is necessary.  The program will run for two weeks at Sound School from Monday July 29 to Friday August 9.  Times will be 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM. If interested or if you have questions, please see John Buell in Anderson 604 or call ext. 71604.

 

 

9th, 10th, and 11th graders — Are you interested in learning Arabic, German, Greek, Irish, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Ukrainian, or Urdu next year at Yale? Register NOW for the WorldCLASS program that will meet once a week from October to May and earn a quarter credit. New Haven Public students usually receive a scholarship for the $500 cost, so see your World Languages teacher for more information or go to this link https://worldclass.macmillan.yale.edu/

 

 

The Sound School must be in compliance with State Health Statutes.  We need a current physical and immunization history for all 9th graders before you return to school in August, and we are very pleased at the number of students who brought their medical documents in during the last week.  We now have 42% of freshmen prequalified for sophomore year.  Keep those documents coming! Let’s get this done before school gets out in June!  If you have questions, talk to our Nurse, Rosellen, in Emerson.

 

This is the final week of the after school program running out of Megan’s room TODAY through Thursday! 

  • TODAY will have an environmental education workshop with Cori.
  • Wednesday and Thursday will have math workshops with Mr. Padro and final exam preparation time.

 

Students and parents:

 

The Final exam schedule including information for extended time and make up exams is in the electronic version of these announcements.  If you have specific questions make certain to check in with Student Services, the Office, or your teacher for clarification.

 

Monday, June 3, 2018

 

  *   Final Exams Schedule:  A light lunch will be served in the cafeteria each day during the 10:00 – 10:15 am break. Regular dismissal is at 12:15 pm on each exam day. *If you stay for Extended Time (to finish an exam OR to study, you will need to bring a lunch and arrange for a ride home at or before 2:30 pm. No after school activities will be held. ALL STUDENTS NEEDING EXTENDED TIME ARE REQUIRED TO STAY UNTIL 2:30pm ON THE DAY EXAMS ARE ADMINISTERED!

   

 

MONDAY JUNE 10~ E/F

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E Exam: 8 – 10 AM

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F Exam: 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM

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Dismissal at 12:15 PM

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Extended Time 12:15 – 2:30 PM*

     *

 

 

TUESDAY JUNE 11 ~ C/D

        *

C Exam: 8 – 10 AM

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D  Exam: 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM

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Dismissal at 12:15 PM

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Extended Time 12:15-2:30* PM

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 ~ A/B

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Exam A: 8 – 10:00AM

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Exam B:  10:15 AM-12:15 PM

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Extended Time 12:15 – 2:30 PM*

 

 

*The homework center will be open from dismissal UNTIL 2:30 pm each day to accommodate those students who may have arrangements for extended time, alternate exam schedule, or need to stay to study or make up owed work.

 

A few tips to remember…

     *   Make sure to organize all study materials well in advance

     *   Make sure to study for your exams e few days prior to exam date

     *   Make sure to get lots of rest the night before exams

     *   Eat a good breakfast that morning

     *   Bring all tools you need for your exam e.g. pencil, paper, notes (just in case you have study time or are allowed to use them)

     *   Bring back text books to turn in to your teacher and library books back to the library

     *   REMEMBER THAT IF YOU NEED EXTENDED TIME YOU MUST STAY THE AFTERNOON OF THE EXAM!  Please do not schedule work, doctors’ appointments, etc. prior to 2:30 pm each of these exam days

     *   If you miss an exam day you MUST come to take it on Thursday and/or Friday, June 13th and 14th at 8:00 am unless you’ve made other arrangements with your teacher

 

 

 

 

G Period Assignments: No students to Library period G:

 

If you are in the class below,

and today begins

with D and

Grade

Ag/Aqua Class

G happens after E

 

 

…then you go to:

9

AB-Geist

Rickes-424

9

AB-Cardello

Pickett-612

9

CD-Patnaude

Edgett-212

9

CD-Joseph

Norwood-Library

9

EF-Workinger

Class

9

EF-Cardello

Class

10

AB-Patnaude

Daley-610

10

AB-Brencher/Otterbach

Daley-610

10

CD-Walsh

Dailey-107

10

CD-Brencher/Otterbach

Dailey-107

10

EF-Walsh

Class

10

EF-Brencher/Otterbach

Class

11

AB-Baldwin

Fuchs-425

11

AB-Morris

Fuchs-425

11

EF-Baldwin FALL CLASS

Class

11

EF-Flanagan FALL CLASS

Class

11

EF-Geist FALL CLASS Lname A-L

Class

11

EF-Geist FALL CLASS Lname M-Z

Class

11

EF-Roy FALL CLASS

Class

11

EF-Solomon FALL CLASS

Class

11

EF-Workinger FALL CLASS

Class

12

CD-Baldwin

Padro-406

12

CD-Flanagan

Catalano-408

12

CD-Lacross

Catalano-408

12

CD-Low

Low-203

12

CD-Morris

Padro-406

12

CD-Roy

Roy-748

12

CD-Solomon

Ertelt-405

12

CD-Workinger

Padro-406

D Day

 

 

 

 

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