UPDATE - Schools closed for students through May 1.  School will resume virtually for students on Tuesday, March 31. Please visit our new coronavirus website for additional information.

Here are the highlights from the Weekly School Messenger call for the Week of February 9th!

This week students will begin to input their courses for next year. If you have not yet turned in your course card to your English teacher, please do so on Monday!

Congratulations to Color Guards for earning second place in their events this weekend!

Congratulations to Boys Soccer on their District Championship! They will host the Regional Quarterfinal Wednesday night at 7PM at the stadium! Come out and support your Mustangs! Best wishes to our teams who are in Districts and Regionals this week!

Parents, I would ask that you please speak with your children about following our rules. These issues are not an isolated issues, and many of our students are choosing to ignore the rules. As a result, disciplinary consequences have been given out to students. We are concerned about the safety of each of our students.

Students should not be in the parking lots, commons areas, and bathrooms during the day and especially during lunches. Students need to attend RANCH each day. Students need to stay in the cafeteria area throughout the entire lunch period in which they are assigned. Roaming the hallways, sitting in cars, and going into commons area bathrooms is not allowed. Also, students need to pick up their own trash after they are finished eating. This is not an isolated issue for only a few students as this has continued to be a problem since we returned from the Winter Holiday. Sitting in the patio and having it open is a privilege. For this week, all students will eat inside of the cafeteria and the patio and outside areas will be closed. There are plenty of seats in each lunch for all students to sit inside. I hope that this is a reminder to all students that you need to be in the appropriate area and that you need to clean up after yourselves.

Students, you must have a parking space to park on campus. You cannot park in a space that has NOT been assigned to you. Even the grassy lot requires a parking tag. If you do not have a spot, you need to get on the waiting list by emailing Mrs. Cortier and following her instructions. Also, please know that the owners of the old SweetBay plaza south of campus are towing cars and that you are subject to being towed at your own expense if you park there illegally.

The Art Club will be collecting animal supplies for the SPCA beginning this week! Please bring in items to help their cause! There will be boxes throughout campus for students to donate items.

If you would like to donate funds to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to support Katryna Adamski, we will have donation jars throughout the school beginning on Friday to collect money!

Finally, if you need resources regarding dealing with loss and tragedy, please visit our website and click on the link regarding Support Resources for Dealing with Loss and Tragedy. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please contact the school immediately so that we can help.

Support Resources for Dealing with Loss and Tragedy

 

Students, please remember that #MustangsRiseAbove and make good choices about alcohol, drugs, and vaping! THINK before you POST. Remember that what has been posted cannot be unposted. Also, just be nice. It really is that simple.

We hope that you have a great week! Thank you for listening, and go Mustangs!