Westwood Goes Solar

Those parents who have been to the building in the past month may have noticed some significant (but not disruptive!) work happening on our roofs - as evidenced by the yellow flags along the roofline over the pool/recreation portion of the building. Ours is one of four Westwood schools that have begun installing solar panels as part of a major town initiative. The panels we are receiving are being installed on the roof of the gym and pool and over the band room. Installation began in November and has, so far, resulted in no noise (i.e. walking around on the roof overhead, drilling into the roof, power disruptions, etc.); the work being done on the roof over the band room will be done after school hours.

The panels should be operational just after the winter holiday. Students won't notice anything different unless their classrooms have windows that overlook the roofs where they are being installed. 

Above: A worker looks over the solar panels being installed on the roof over the pool.

As you might assume, this change is a big win for the environment and for our modeling of making environmentally friendly consumer choices. And, of course, it will deliver savings on energy costs, as you might imagine. Our facilities team has been great about managing the installation schedule to make sure it doesn't impact classes.

Reminder: Parent Teacher Conferences: December 8, 6:30 - 8:30pm

Online sign-ups for parent-teacher conferences are closed. To see your conferences schedule, please visit the Pick-a-Time web site, which is linked here. If you have questions, contact Ms. Kinsman at

Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors

Ms. Davenport will ask students to submit their diploma names via a Google survey by Monday, December 12th. Students choose between one of three options:
  1. "First Name, Last Name";
  2. "First Name, Middle Name, Last Name"; 
  3. "First Name, Middle Initial, Last Name."
We encourage you to speak with your senior children now about how their diploma name will be read during Graduation.

In Case You Missed It: An Overview of “The Impact of Marijuana on Teens and Young Adults”

Westwood Cares organized a parent speaker event on November 15th, featuring Rick Cresta, LICSW, a professor at Boston University School of Social Work and an expert in the field with over 20 year of experience working with teens and young adults. The event was designed to provide factual information and pointers that would help parents determine how to talk about marijuana with their child.

The event was funded by grants from the Foundation for Westwood Education and the Community Health Network Area 18.

If you were unable to make it to the event, you are welcome to view the event here, courtesy of WestCAT:

Summary: Mr. Cresta spoke for more than an hour about the impact of marijuana on young people, a topic of increased importance as the drug’s taboo has been reduced over time in response to legislative changes and enthusiastic support by prominent public figures. However, he underscored the notion that marijuana has harmful and long-lasting effects on the developing brains of teens that the drug’s advocates ignore. Though acknowledging that pot does less harm than other drugs, using the drug at a young age can alter how teens seek and feel pleasure.

Key takeaway points for busy parents:

  • Potency is on the rise: Marijuana sold today is more potent that it was 10 or 20 years ago
  • Benefits are hyped: There are therapeutic benefits of marijuana (i.e. easing pain or discomfort in cancer patients), but these benefits are often overstated by recreational users
  • Teens are particularly vulnerable to long-term ill effects of habitual usage: the earlier in life a user began smoking is crucial; users who smoke at a young age are more likely to develop a chronic habit, and developing brains are impacted more profoundly than the brains of users who began smoking later in life.

Tips for parents:

  • Avoid lecturing. Begin a dialogue with your son or daughter about their opinions.
  • Share your concern about their health - rather than as a comment on their character.
  • Avoid scare tactics (i.e. ‘pot is a gateway drug’, etc.) and focus instead on how smoking marijuana - especially for chronic users - impacts their ability to and motivation for achieving important goals, like going to college. 
  • Delay, delay, delay. Focus on the importance of pushing experimentation off as far into adulthood as possible, or never, ideally. 

For more detailed information, consult the Marijuana Talk Kit.  

Reporting Absences

Please report all absences to if you know your child will not be in school. We are able to record absences well in advance of the date, so if you know that you are going on vacation please let us know as soon as possible. This allows us to plan accordingly. 

Information from Guidance

Parent Talks
Guidance-Parent Talks offer parents the opportunity to meet with guidance counselors and discuss topics including the college application process, standardized testing and course selection. Guidance-Parent Talks are held in the Faculty Club from 8:00-9:00 a.m.  Future dates:


  • January 12th – for all parents
  • March 9th – for all parents

Information for Seniors:
Students with regular decision deadlines (January 1st, 15th, February 1st or later) should submit transcript release forms to the Guidance Office by December 14th to ensure prompt delivery of materials to colleges.

Free assistance available for completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
FAFSA Day will be held on January 29th and February 13th. FAFSA Day provides free assistance to students and families completing a FAFSA. This statewide program is administered by the Massachusetts Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators with the assistance of many community-based organizations. Visit FAFSA Day for registration information and specific locations.

Information for Juniors:
PSAT scores will be available to students online December 12th. Guidance counselors will receive the scores a few days in advance, and begin individual meetings with juniors to review PSAT results, transcript/GPA, and begin an introductory college search discussion. Juniors will delve fully into the college search process in late January during the Junior Workshop program.

Junior Workshops
In January and February the Guidance Department will present the Junior Workshop program during junior English classes. Students will receive detailed information regarding standardized testing, college and career searches, and the application process. Students will work with the web-based Naviance program to conduct a college search.

Wednesday, January 25th
1. College Planning Night, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Juniors and their parents are encouraged to attend this informative presentation on the college planning process. Danielle Wells, Associate Director of Admission at Wellesley College, will present the college admissions perspective, and Guidance will give an overview of the process including researching colleges, developing a well-balanced list, and standardized testing procedures.

2. Financial Basics for Students and Parents, 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. *Newly scheduled event*
For an optional second hour presentation a Needham Bank representative will cover the importance of talking to students before they graduate about proper banking habits and the concept of connected family finances through mobile apps and budgeting software. The Bank will also discuss what to look for when evaluating a student checking account and potentially using a HELOC as an alternative to a government student loan program.

February Vacation
February Vacation is a great time to begin visiting colleges. Visit the college’s website or call the Admission Office to make a reservation for a campus tour and information session.

Juniors are encouraged to register now for the spring SAT at, and ACT with Writing, at, to ensure first choice test site location.

Both College Board and ACT require all students to upload a photo when registering for the test. A photo I.D. and admission ticket are required on the day of the test.  There will be no exceptions, even when students are taking the test at Westwood High School. Students without a photo I.D. and admission ticket with uploaded photo will not be allowed to take the test.

2017 SAT & ACT Test Dates are as follows and marked with an * when being offered at WHS:


  • March 11th
  • *May 6th
  • June 3rd


  • February 11th
  • *April 8th
  • June 10th

Information for Sophomores:
Tenth Grade Workshops
During the first week of December guidance counselors will lead a Career Workshop in the tenth grade Wellness classes. Students will be given an overview of options for college majors and careers, and complete a career interest inventory. (Students in second semester Wellness will have this workshop in May.)

College Planning Night, Wednesday, January 25th, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Although the primary audience for College Planning Night is juniors and their parents, sophomores and their parents may attend to get important information on the changing college admission climate.

Information for Freshmen:
Ninth Grade Seminars
The second round of ninth grade seminars were held during November. Students received a copy of their transcripts and were taught how to calculate their grade point average based on first term grades. This introductory discussion is to assist students in understanding that they are already building their high school transcript, and that they still have ample opportunity to improve their grades.

News From the Nurse's Office

School Lunch/Menu Information: You may wonder what your child eats when they buy lunch at school.  Click here to see the daily menu.  You can also see how many carbs are in each menu item and information about allergens.
There is also an app for your smartphone that shows you the menu. The free app, called School Lunch by Nutrislice, is available in the Apple App Store for iPhones and in Google Play for Android phones. 
The smartphone app shows each day’s menu, including pictures and descriptions of the foods. It also lists nutritional information for each food and makes finding common allergens simple.

It also lists the carbs which is a great feature if your child has diabetes.  Your child can figure out the carbs before school or right before lunch.  It will make it easier to figure out the correct dose of insulin.  Review the site and help your child access it if you feel it is appropriate.

Grade 9:  Important!!  All grade 9 students are required to provide written documentation of a current physical exam done by their health care provider.  The physical must be turned in by February 1, 2017 and must be dated February 1, 2016 or later.  Please turn in the physical as soon as possible. If you don’t have health insurance, you can visit or call the school nurse for information.  If you have a physical scheduled after February 1, 2017, please let the school nurse know. 

Grade 9: All grade 9 students will have a postural screening done during the month of December.  The purpose of this is to find early signs of possible spinal problems in your child.  It is not a diagnostic service but a program to help identify children who may need further evaluation.  If your child needs further evaluation you will be notified and asked to take your child to a health care provider as a precaution.  The majority of students do not need further evaluation.  If you don’t want your child screened at school, you must submit a written request to Mrs. Poreda in the nurse’s office by December 12, 2016.
Grade 10: All grade 10 students have had their vision and hearing screened.  You already may have received a letter asking that your child be evaluated by their health care provider.  If you received a letter, please return it to the nurse after having it filled out by the health care provider.  Please call the nurse with any questions at ext. 3353 or 3350.
Fire Safety Quiz: Take this very brief informative quiz about fire safety especially during the holiday season.  It may save your life.

Teens and Drugs: Many of us have medications in our medicine cabinets that are years past the expiration date or we save medications we no longer need.  Remember that teenagers often start abusing medications that are found in a medicine cabinet at home or at a friend’s home.  You can bring medications to the Westwood Police Department and dispose of them in the container in the lobby.  You put them in the container yourself and no questions are asked!  This is a great way to keep prescription drugs out of the hands of teenagers.  It also keeps them out of our water supply as many people just pour medicine down the drain or flush them. 

Information: Please feel free to call the nurse with any questions you may have about your child’s health, forms that need to be filled out, or any other question you may have.  The nurse can be reached at ext. 3353 or 3350.   You can also email Mrs. Poreda or Mrs. Galvin with any questions.  Check out the health office web site for information and forms.  Never  hesitate to call if you have a question.
Illness at School: If your child is ill during the school day, tell your child to go to the nurse’s office.  The nurse will call you if your child needs to go home.  If a child texts you we don’t know where they are when you come to pick them up.  It is also beneficial for the nurse to take care of your child until you can pick them up.
Hand Hygiene: Remind your child to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer frequently during the school day.  This helps to reduce illness for your child and for the school community.  Also remind them to cough or sneeze into their elbow instead of their hands.  This also will reduce the spread of illness. 
If your child has any health concerns or you have any questions, please call Mrs. Poreda at ext. 3353 or Mrs. Galvin at ext. 3350.

A Message from SEPAC

Did you know that there is a Parent Advisory Council in every school district in Massachusetts with the specific role of acting as a liaison between parents of students with disabilities and the School Committee and school administration? 
Westwood Public Schools is lucky to have an energetic and committed group of parents who are looking to increase the visibility and supportive role of Westwood’s Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC).  In order to do this, Westwood Public Schools and the SEPAC are asking for input from the Westwood community about what would be most useful to parents and students. Are you looking for guest speakers?  Interested in attending workshops? Maybe looking to find social connections and brainstorming? You don’t have to have a child in the schools with a disability to share your ideas. Please consider responding to this SEPAC survey.
 You are also welcome to learn more about how to join and support this organization at the Westwood Public Schools’ website.

Foreign Language Department Looking for Community Contacts

We would like to increase the connection between our classroom instruction and applications outside of the classroom.  We looking for native speakers of Spanish, French or Mandarin or individuals who regularly deal with these populations and cultures to come to classes to share experiences with our students.   Additionally we are looking for opportunities for our students to engage more directly with Spanish, French or Mandarin speakers in Massachusetts. If you have any connections that would help facilitate this goal, we would appreciate hearing from you.  

If you have interest but your work schedule prohibits you to come to the school during the day, we can always video tape your contribution!

Please email Kathy Lee 
or call at 781-326-7500 X3313 if you are interested.

Site Council Update

The WHS Site Council is an advisory group to the principal. The group is comprised of teachers, staff, students, parents, and community members. Specifically, the group provides input on the principal's School Improvement Plan (SIP), meeting each month to receive updates on initiatives related to the SIP. 

Summary of the 12/6/16 Meeting: 

  • The group reported their findings after reading a sample guidebook for international travel from an area high school. Suggestions made by the group will be considered and incorporated in a similar guidebook for Westwood.
  • Sean reported out the FY18 budget timeline (tentative): January  -  Proposal to School Committee; February - Proposal under consideration; March - School Committee votes.

  • Sean reported out that the school is continuing to look at the gender achievement gap. The school saw measurable results in a Jump Start academy held in 2015. The school will be looking at possible funding streams for the program in addition to possible programmatic changes and speakers.

  • The group also discussed the success of Homecoming and Spirit Week. Students reported seeing an increase in school spirit and more than 450 students attended the Homecoming dance.

Holiday Toy Drive for Dorchester YMCA

Many of us have a joyful holiday season filled with families, gifts, and smiles! But 42% of children go throughout the holiday season without those three things. How good would it feel to help those children?

As part of WHS student Janiah Jamison’s senior project, she will be hosting a toy drive in support of the Dorchester YMCA. The YMCA hosts over 500 families a year, in hopes of creating a safe place for the children of the community. Many of those children are part of the 42% that can't afford a joyful holiday, and this is why it is so important to give back!

The Toy drive will begin Monday, December 5th and end Wednesday, December 14th. All toys will benefit children ages 5-9 and can be dropped off in the donation box in the main lobby! New and or like-new toys are accepted and appreciated!

Thank you for your support!

Holiday Drive for Cradles to Crayons

From Monday, December 5th through Thursday, December 15th, Westwood High is hosting a holiday drive for winter clothes and toys in affiliation with Cradles to Crayons (C2C). C2C is a non-profit organization which works to supply under-privileged kids within the Boston area with items most people take for granted (all types of clothing, as well as toiletries, toys, and books/backpacks). Donation bins will be located in the Administration Office, Guidance Department, and the Library. We are specifically looking for new and gently used winter clothing (coats, gloves, boots, etc.) and holiday toys. All donations are very much appreciated and will help us meet our goal to provide happier holidays for families in need. Please email Matt Capone with any questions. 

2nd Annual Dance Marathon - Boston Children's Hospital Fundraiser

Senior Independent Project Program (SIPP) students are hosting Westwood High School’s 2nd annual Dance Marathon on Sunday, December 11th at the high school gym from 1-4pm! This is a fun-filled event celebrating our fundraising efforts for the Miracle Families of Boston Children’s Hospitals. We’ve already raised over $20,000, and we’re getting close to our ambitious goal of $30,000! Check out this video starring current SIPP students Robbie Antonucci and Lizzy Casavant for more information about our Dance Marathon!
We would LOVE to see you and your family at the event! There will be fun for all ages: music, dancing, bouncy houses, games, raffles (signed Tom Brady poster, signed Celtics basketball, signed Red Sox ball, etc.) and much more!
One of the events at DM will be the opportunity to take 25 minute yoga and/or zumba classes, taught by licensed yoga instructor Hania Khuri-Trapper and Zumba instructor Jeanne Wallis.  The classes are free to take but if you would like to make a donation to our fundraising efforts the day of, that would be great, if interested
YOGA classes 1:10 - 1:35 1:35 - 2:00
ZUMBA classes 2:10 - 2:35 2:35 - 3:00
If you would like to donate, please visit the
Westwood Dance Marathon homepage! See you December 11th between 1-4pm!

Ally Week: December 12 - 16

During the week of December 12th-16th, the high school is recognizing our 9th annual Ally Week, organized by the Gay-Straight Alliance. Ally Week is a celebration of the belief that schools should be safe, supportive places for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression. It is a time to be allies against anti-LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer) language, bullying, and harassment. Each year, Ally Week is a beautiful, rainbowy expression of the work we do together to make this school an even better, safer place for all members of our community.

Catie Closest Drive a HUGE Success

Our schoolwide drive was a huge success. We donated over 1,000 items to Catie's Closet, including clothing and toiletries. The organization was blown away by the generosity of our WHS community. 

Congratulations to Model UN!

Please join my in congratulating the Model UN Club who participated in a simulation of United Nations committees as well as historical and current crises at Brown University.   

Students who participated are listed below along with their positions and committees.  In particular, Jess Muzzi, Owen Doherty and Quinn Albert each earned awards in their committees.  It is also worth noting that Michael Tian (WHS '16) chaired a committee on Cybersecurity as a member of Brown's student staff.

Student Committee Position
Will Carr DISEC (Disarmament and Intl Security) Belgium
Smita Chatterjee Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Committee Bangledesh
Alex Bloukos Economic and Social Council Belgium
Arvin Kumaran Crisis: United States Ashton Carter, Sec. of Defense
Richard Li Crisis: Russia Igor Korobov: Director of Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU)
Marissa Walsh Crisis: Israel Amit Lang: Director, Minister of Economy
Owen Doherty Crisis: Anonymous Anima
Ida Rahimi Crisis: Brazil Gilberto Kassab: Head of Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology, Innovation & Communications
Quinn Albert Specialized: Alvor Agreement (1975) Jose Eduardo dos Santos
Jay Schultz Crisis: NATO Alexandre Maurice Parodi, French Representative
Phil Bligh Specialized: Chinese Financial Policy Advisory Committee (2015) Ministry of Agriculture
Allison Marcus Specialized: NYPD Committee (2015) Deputy Commissioner of Legal Matters
Jess Muzzi Specialized: Facebook Board of Directors (2016) Reed Hastings, Member: Netflix, Inc
Owen Duffy Specialized: Ottoman Cabinet (1909) Ahmet Tevfik Pasa, Minister of the Exterior
Camille Cummings GA Plenary Senegal
Mitchell Pfaff GA Plenary Bolivia

A Round of Applause to our Performing Arts Students

Congratulations to the following students who were accepted into the senior district festival. In addition we had a record high 7 students who scored high enough to get the recommendation to audition for All-state! If you see these students, congratulate them!

Will Stairs, Trombone, Jazz, All State Rec 
Noah Stone, Bass Clarinet, orchestra, All State Rec
Trey Ursillo, Bass Trombone, Jazz, All State Rec 
Tim Hoefler, Trumpet- Orchestra, All-State Rec
Mike Lahiff, Clarinet- Band, All State Rec
Anusha Manglik, Trombone, All State Rec
Zane Rahabi, Euphonium, All State Rec
Antin Lam, Tenor Sax, Band 
Andy Du, Clarinet- Band
Emma Harte, Flute- Band

News From Mandarin Club

The Mandarin Club recently celebrated Pengyou Day (Pengyou is "friendship" in Chinese) by inviting friends from the Culinary Arts Club to a Chinese dumpling fest.  Students learned how to bao jiaozi - wrap up dumplings filled with meat and vegetables - and learned about the different methods to cook them.  Students also shared recipes and demonstrated cooking techniques to prepare fried rice, Cantonese noodles and tang yuan - sweet rice dumplings.  All was devoured with dexterous use of chopsticks!  In the spirit of Pengyou Day, Mandarin Club students shared their knowledge of China with others to promote collaboration, inclusion, and mutual understanding in their community.  And to eat good food.

Asian Culture Club Holiday Origami Workshop

The Asian Culture Club had its annual Holiday Origami workshop this December. Students had a great time teaching each other how to make festive origami ornaments for the season! The club also sells their unique ornaments at the school - and they are a great hit among staff!! For questions, please contact Ms.Chu.
Academics in Action
This new section of the newsletter highlights activities happening in the classroom

Wolverine Print - WHS' Online Newpaper Now Available

Students in Intro to Journalism and The Newspaper Club are excited to share the new electronic paper -- The Wolverine Print -- with you.  It is still a definite work in progress, but students are proud of the start they have made.  

We would like to give a special thanks to Ms. Houston and Ms. Misuta for their help!  

If you know of something newsworthy occurring in the building that you would like covered, please let us know.

Students involved include: Elizabeth Billings, Emily Bosco, Elizabeth Bunker, Emily Burbo, Matthew Conway, Daniel Dempsey. Emily Dukeman. Nicole Erickson, Trevor Fahey, William Ferraro, Caroline Fitzgerald, Deborah Getachew, Erik Hajderllari, Briana Heaney, Kathleen Hernandez (amazing graphic design work!!!), Brett Iarrobino, Janiah Jamison, Sinead Keating, Julia Kelly, Megan Lamb, Gavin Lombard, Erin McNulty, Jordan Mula, Jess Nicol, Amanda Papavasiliou, Thomas Rich, Evan Smith, Lucia Vaccaro, Samantha Varkas, Samuel Vilmenay, Michael Vitiello, Meg Waggett, Ryan Wagner, Aidan Walsh, Evan Wong

Local Westwood Writer Leads Poetry Workshop

This fall seniors enrolled in Creative Writing had the unique opportunity to write alongside a published author and poet, Kathy Giugliano, parent of WHS sophomore Dante Giugliano.

Kathy Giuliano (who often publishes under her maiden name, Kathleen Latham) has been the grand prize winner of the Writer’s Digest Short Story Competition in addition to having her work published in numerous literary journals.  Over 4 days of visits, Ms. Giugliano led a Q&A on her writing process, guided students through various writing exercises, and finally held 1:1 writing conferences. The week culminated in seniors sharing their own original poetry. As they did, students remarked on the value of her feedback and the power of poetry to express emotion.

Thank you, Ms. Giugliano, for your generosity and support, and kudos to the senior writers who took a risk in exploring and sharing their original poetry!

Small Group Student-Led MFA Tours - A Big Hit!

On November 18th, 44 art students from Ms. Jellinghaus's Advanced Ceramics and Sculpture classes went for an all day field trip to the MFA and Isabella Stewart Gardner museums.  

Attempting to make our one day art field trip to the MFA and Gardner museums more student-centric and engaging, we decided to experiment with entirely student-led discussions (for our morning time at the MFA galleries). The large group of 44 students was divided into smaller groups of 5-6 students with 1-2 "leads." These leads led the small group discussion on 11 works of art, from galleries across the 1st floor of the MFA. (The leads had reviewed the works ahead of time, but the others had not.) These works all related, whether directly or indirectly, to the theme the HUMAN BODY, as part of our larger theme for Term 2.

In these small peer groups, students explored the difference between ancient and contemporary art and posed and responded to each others' questions.  Student groups spent 5+ minutes on each piece and then the groups rotated to the next work.  

As chaperones, Mr. Bevan, Ms. Chaloff and I had the pleasure of observing students teach each other. We occasionally chimed in, but predominately stepped back to let the learning process unfold without us.  It was a lot of fun to watch.  In a student survey, the large majority preferred this to adult-led tours, so I was glad we tried this experiment.
The students in the TEC Moderate Transition I classroom delivered thank you cards to the veterans at the West Roxbury V.A. hospital. The cards were made by the students and their peers from Friendship Club to celebrate and honor Veteran’s day.
As you complete your holiday shopping, don't forget the easy and free way your Amazon puirchases can benefit the PTO: through the Amazon Smile program, the WHS PTO receives 0.5% of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases.

All you have to do is begin your Amazon shopping by clicking HERE. It's free for you, but the funds add up to help the PTO support our school programs.

Peer Tutoring is Now Available

National Honor Society students are now available for tutoring in Guidance. Please see this SCHEDULE for details. 

WHS Photos for Scholarships

Please feel free to download the images on this website for free. I donate my time to take the photos because I enjoy photography and watching sports. If you enjoy these photos, please consider making a donation to the Westwood Community Scholarship Fund (or another scholarship at WHS).

Thank you.
M. Mao.

Important Dates to Keep in Mind

  • December 7: Early Release
  • December 8: Parent-Teacher Conferences Night, 6:30 p.m.
  • December 21: Early Release
  • December 23: 1/2 Day
  • December 26 - 30: Winter Vacation (School closed)
  • January 2: Observance of New Year's Day (School closed)
  • January 11: Early Release
  • January 16: Martin Luther King Day (School closed)
  • February 1: Early Release
  • February 15: Early Release
  • February 20 - 24: February Vacation
  • March 1: Early Release
  • March 15: Early Release
  • March 29: Early Release
  • April 12: Early Release
  • April 14: Good Friday (School closed)
  • April 17 - 21: Spring Vacation 
  • April 26: Early Release

Reports to Parents

Updated: 9/30/16
TERM 1 (44 days)
Last day of term: November 4
  • Progress Reports available to students: October 5
  • Report Cards available to students: November 14
TERM 2 (44 days)
Last day of term: January 13
*Midyear Exams: 1/17, 1/18, 1/19. 1/20
  • Progress Reports available to students: December 11
  • Report Cards available to students: January 27
TERM 3 (45 days)
Last day of term: March 31
  • Progress Reports available to students: February 28
  • Report Cards available to students: April 7
TERM 4 (47 days)
Last day of term: June 9
* Final Exams: 6/12, 6/13, 6/14, 6/15
  • Progress Reports available to students: May 14
  • Report Cards available to students: June 19

Important Dates for Seniors

Last day of senior classes: May 23
Senior Exams: May 24 - 26
Final Report Cards available to students: May 30
Senior Week: May 30-June 2

Class Day:  June 2, 4:00 pm
Graduation:  June 4, 2:00 pm

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