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ACTIVITIES - March 2012

The primary goal of an Academic/Activity letter is to reward students for academic/activity success in a manner similar to a letter awarded to a varsity athlete.  The letter should represent a significant contribution to the school.  Students must accumulate a total of ten points evenly distributed in two categories – academics and activities.  To be awarded points for academic and activities, a student must be an active participant.  Students will only be given points for true participation.
Any student interested in pursuing this letter should come to the Activities Office to pick up an application form.  Applications are due by Friday, April 27.


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7:00 p.m., Auditorium
Tuesday, April 10 (A-L)
Wednesday, April 11 (M-Z)

Any student planning to march in the graduation ceremony

must attend one of these meetings with a parent or guardian.
If you are unable to attend your assigned night,
please attend the alternate night.

Studio 5 School Portraits will be at Smoky Hill on April 19 and 26, 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  This will provide seniors an opportunity to acquire individual, studio quality cap and gown portraits.  (Individual pictures are not taken during the commencement ceremony.  Video only will be available.)  A wide variety of portrait packages will be available.  No sitting fee required.  Orders are returned within 10 days so the pictures can be included with your graduation announcements.  To take advantage of this opportunity, students can make an appointment in the Activities Office the week of April 9.
Tuesday, May 22nd, 9:00 a.m., West Gym

Cap and Gown distribution follows practice



Any senior who wants to perform at graduation should pick-up an application in the Activities Office.  Applications are due by 2:45 p.m. on Friday, March 2nd.  All interested performers must complete an application and attend a mandatory meeting during Lunch A or B on Friday, March 16th in Room I-717. 


  • Seniors must clear all fines in Bookkeeping in order to participate in graduation.
  • For those who haven’t paid for their Caps and Gowns, the fee of $40 must be paid in Bookkeeping prior
  • to Mandatory Senior/Parent Meetings in order to receive your tickets for graduation.
  • Keep studying!  Stay focused!
If you have any questions about Graduation,
Please call Scott Cohen, Assistant to the Principal, or his secretary, Donna Irisawa







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