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Senior Newsletter 3-22-17

Senior Parents and Students,

Today will mark 48 days remaining for seniors here at Central High School.  The time has gone very quickly and there are still many things that remain for seniors during this last 9-week period.  Here is some of the information that we would like to share with you.

Grades

Progress Reports for the 5th 6 Weeks will be available on Tuesday, March 28.  It is very important that students continue to focus on their grades during these last days of school.  Class ranks will lock at the end of the 5th 6 Weeks and even though students have received acceptance letters from colleges and universities, those letters are only valid if the student maintains the standards that they have shown during their time at Central.  Seniors tend to play the "Math Game" and see just what they need to do in order to pass the class for the remainder of the year. Parents may see a dramatic drop in grades during the last days of school.  Do not let "SENIORITIS" cause your student to miss any opportunity.  Contact your student's teachers if you have any questions concerning their progress in classes. 

Credit Recovery

Beginning on Monday, counselors will be placing students who are in danger of not passing any required courses in credit recovery.  This is to make sure that we have exhausted all possibilities for a student to graduate.  If your student is in this situation, please make sure that your student attends the Credit Recovery lab to recover the credit.  The lab is available during Saturday School from 8:00 am to 12:00 p.m. or students can also contact Julia Reneau to schedule time to work on credit recovery.  Students must complete the pre-test ON CAMPUS before being allowed to work on lessons at home.  If you need to know your students status in credit recovery, please contact their counselor.

Attendance

During the last nine weeks of school there are many events that pop up that may require a student to be absent.  Please make sure that you are continuing to pay very close attention to your senior's attendance.  Class credit is directly tied to student attendance and can catch parents off guard who do not know how many class periods their senior may have missed. Students may have 10 absences in any 1st/5th period class and five (5) in any 2nd/3rd/4th period class before credit is denied.  During the spring semester, tardies can become a major issue for seniors.  This is very true for first and second periods when seniors arrive at school.  Tardies can also affect attendance for credit.  This is especially true for 1st period tardies.  If your student has lost credit, please make sure that they are completing their tutorial time.  If you have any questions concerning attendance issues, please contact Mr. Goodwin at CHS.

Scholarship Opportunities

Central Chargers Athletic Booster Club_ Scholarship2017.pdf

Attention parents and seniors!  Be sure to check out local scholarship opportunities on Counselor's Corner!  Application deadlines for some scholarships are approaching and new scholarships are being added.  It is never too late to look into scholarships.  Many scholarships go unfilled because students do not apply for them.  Do not leave money out there that may help your student.  The CHS Athletic Booster Club is one such local organization.  All seniors who have a parent/guardian that is a member of the CHS Athletic Booster Club (CHS ABC) are invited to apply for one of the ten $1,000 scholarships that the Athletic Booster Club will give out at the Senior Award Ceremony in May.  Please see the application with requirements attached at the bottom of this newsletter.  Applications are due by 4 pm on Friday, April 21, 2017, to Attn: Mr. Persyn, in the front office.  Additionally, if your student has received a scholarship from a university or organization, we would like to know.  Please contact Susan Taylor at 817-744-2017 or susan.taylo@kellerisd.net and provide us with the information.  We will be honoring those students who have received scholarships at our Senior Awards Program on Thursday, May 18 at 9:30 a.m. in the Fine Arts Center at Central High School.  More details about this event will follow.

Life after High School

 Graduation tends to come quickly and when the ceremony and all the festivities have concluded, many students and parents are caught wondering what to do next.  Get a job for the summer, start summer college classes, join the armed forces, or apply to colleges or trade schools, these  are all questions that quickly catch a family off guard.  Have a plan for your senior for life after graduation and begin to check into what steps should be taken to make sure your senior is ready for their choice.  College applications are time sensitive and the armed forces have number limits for recruitment that could limit your senior's choices.  It is never too late to begin to plan ahead.

 Prom Ticket Sales!

 Prom tickets are now on sale through April 7.  Here is the schedule we will be following for prom ticket sales:

  March 7- March 31 ONLINE ONLY $80 per ticket ($10 discount)

     April 3-7 ONLINE ONLY $90 per ticket

     $3 transaction fee applies for all online purchases.

Tickets will be available to purchase in person during lunches on April 6 & 7 for $90 each.  In person tickets can only be paid for with cash or money orders, NO CHECKS.

We are hoping to encourage as many people as possible to buy tickets before March 31 so we can secure our ballroom and we know the correct number of students attending. All purchases must be completed by April 7.

Prom Information

At The Gaylord Texan

May 6, 2017

8:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.

1501 Gaylord Trail Grapevine, TX 76051

 

If you earned a free ticket from selling, Butterbraid Pastries just come W318 to confirm your status and we will mark you down!

We will distribute the actual Prom tickets the week before Prom. To enter Prom that evening, students must have their ticket and a photo ID.

Last Chance Yearbook Sales

DON'T MISS OUT - LIMITED EXTRA YEARBOOKS AVAILABLE

Senior year is rapidly coming to a close. If you missed the guaranteed preorder deadline, you can still buy a yearbook from the extra copies purchased. Once they're gone, they're gone. Don't miss out on this piece of Charger history from an award-winning yearbook. The price is now $85 and will increase on distribution day in May (if we have any left), so don't wait and risk losing out. Order now at jostens.com (direct link here: https://t.co/trNyEa98QG ). If you can't pay online, pay in cash or check made out to "CHS Publications." Online orders recommended. Contact Mr. Waggoner with any questions at roy.waggoner@kellerisd.net or to see if you already ordered a book.

Senior Assembly/Late Arrival Day

May 2 will be a late arrival day for all seniors.  Seniors will be arriving at 11:30 a.m. for a mandatory assembly in the Fine Arts Center.  Seniors may begin checking in at 11:15 a.m. in the FAC lobby and we will begin the assembly as close to 11:30 as possible.  During the assembly, we will discuss prom expectations, semester exams, graduation practice, graduation, and Project Graduation.  The entire assembly will be from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.  Seniors will then be released to the cafeteria where we will distribute prom tickets.  Seniors who have Co-op or early release will be able to be released at their normal time.  Please make sure that your senior is present for all of this information.

Senior Awards/Joule Awards

On Thursday, May 18, there will be a special event for seniors.  We will have a Senior Awards program that will be held in the Fine Arts Center from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  We will be recognizing any students who have received scholarships and awards from colleges or organizations.  We would like all parents and family members to attend this program so that we can honor each senior for their hard work while at CHS.  We will also be honoring all CHS students on Tuesday, May 23 at 6:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center with our annual Joule Awards.  These are awards presented by our faculty and staff to students that have shown tremendous growth throughout the year.  We encourage all parents to put these dates on your calendar and attend these events.

 Park Glen Elementary Senior Walk

Any senior that attended Park Glen Elementary is encouraged to participate in the Senior Walk and Breakfast at the school on Wednesday, May 18.  Seniors will be honored for their accomplishment and presented to the classes at Park Glen to encourage those students as they continue toward their High School years.  Please contact Colleen Bartoszek at Park Glen at 817-744-5452 for more information.

Graduation Practice

There will be a mandatory graduation practice in the Main Gym at CHS on Friday, May 26 from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.  All information concerning graduation will be discussed at this meeting and tickets for graduation will be distributed at the close of the practice.  Graduation will be held at the College Park Center on the campus of the University of Texas at Arlington on Saturday, May 27 at 12 p.m.  More information concerning the graduation will be sent as we get closer to graduation.

Project Graduation

The Project Graduation Committee is working very hard to raise money for the prize room for our seniors.  To earn points, volunteer, donate or additional information please contact Leigh Ann Masters at Lmasters95@yahoo.com. You can follow us on Twitter: @CHSprojgrad2017 and Facebook: CHS Project Grad 2017 for reminders and updates. Project Graduation is an all-night lock-in style celebration with food, entertainment and prizes for graduating seniors the night of their graduation ceremony. The goal and purpose of this event is to provide an inclusive, safe, drug-free, alcohol-free, and tobacco-free event for ALL Seniors to celebrate after their big day. Make sure to check out our website at:

http://chsprojectgraduation.yolasite.com

As in years past, the Lock-in is scheduled May 27th from 11:30 p.m. to May 28th 6:00 a.m. at iT'Z Family Food and Fun in Euless.

 This year is finishing quickly.  Please help your senior be aware of all the dates and times of the events, assemblies, and practices that they will be involved in.  If you have any questions concerning anything for the senior, please contact my office.  The journey for the Class of 2017 is almost at an end, let us enjoy each of their final days.

Scott Goodwin – 12th Grade Assistant Principal

 

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CHS News and Student Success

​ We hope the students enjoy their time off and are able to charge their batteries for the end of the year push.   Please continue to check your students HAC account for grade progress.  If they are struggling with anything please contact their teacher ASAP.  The sooner we team together for their success the better the end result.

CHS news and student success: We are so proud of your students competing in the classroom and outside of the classroom.  A lot of success for this spring so far.

Congratulations to our Varsity Baseball team as they went 5-1 on the weekend and are the 2017 Metroplex Invitational Champions.

The KC Winter Drumline attended their first Regional contest with Winter Guard International - Sport of the Arts, and place 1st in Finals to win their class this past weekend! They traveled to Burleson Centennial High School to perform in the Dallas Regional against other school all over Texas! Congrats to the KC Winter Drumline on their 1st place win! They have three more competitions this year; on March 11th, April 1st and Championships on April 8th. 

The KC Junior Varsity Winter Guard attended a Regional contest with North Texas Color Association and placed 1st in Finals to win their class this past weekend! They traveled to Denton Guyer High School to perform in the DFW Regional against other schools in the DFW area! These ladies also compete against other varsity groups, due to classifications being based on skill and knowledge of equipment, dance and body movement, not UIL classification! Congrats to the KC Junior Varsity Winter Guard on their 1st place win as they are moved in classification for their next regional!

The Regional Powerlifting meet was held here at Central on Saturday and was a great success!    Shane Harris placed 4th at the meet making him the 4th strongest kid in his wt. class in the DFW Metroplex!!   KELLER CENTRAL has its first two EVER State Qualifiers in Powerlifting.  They are Jordan Wilkerson placing second and Noah Moreno who placed third!!! They will compete at the THSPA State Powerlifting meet in Abilene on March 25th.

We have a state champion! Senior Blaine Martinez won the 138 6A- Texas State Championship after finishing 3rd in 2015 and 2nd last year. Additionally Central qualified 3 boys and 2 girls for the State tournament: David Owens, Amalani Latu,  Colleen Weber, Jake Ribberich and Isaiah Ganaway.

CHS Student Council was awarded TASC Sweepstakes status, February 25th at their spring conference.  This means that they have met established criteria in Pride and Patriotism, Energy and Environment, Drug, Alcohol, Safety, and Health Education (DASH), Community Service, and Outstanding Student Council.  The council is led by officers:

President: Randall Schank

Vice President: Kirsten Newbrough

Corresponding Secertary: Mackenzy Lackey

Parliamentarian: Jonathan George

Historian: Ashley Navong

TASC Executive Liaison: Carley Wigginton

TASC District 3 President: Renee Morehead

 Their advisor, Mrs. Lianna Gantz, was also chosen as the Texas Association of Student Councils District 3 Advisor of the year.

 Congratulations to the following CHS students as they competed at the Area 11 Special Olympics Basketball Tournament in Fort Worth on Mach 2nd.  Very proud of our Chargers!  Great Job!!

Yousef Mufleh – 2nd place – Silver Medal

Ethan Tallmadge – 4th place ribbon

Benny May-Rodda – 1st place – Gold Medal                                                      

Jordan Massoletti – 1st place – Gold Medal

 DON'T MISS OUT - LIMITED EXTRA YEARBOOKS AVAILABLE

If you missed the guaranteed preorder deadline, you can still buy a yearbook from the extra copies purchased. Once they're gone, they're gone. Don't miss out on this piece of Charger history from an award-winning yearbook. The price is now $85 and will increase on distribution day in May (if we have any left), so don't wait and risk losing out. Order now at jostens.com (direct link here: https://t.co/trNyEa98QG ). If you can't pay online, pay in cash or check made out to "CHS Publications." Online orders recommended. Contact Mr. Waggoner with any questions at roy.waggoner@kellerisd.net or to see if you already ordered a book.

 Congratulations to the following students as they competed at the Special Olympics AREA Basketball tournament on March 7th.  We are very proud of their effort and congratulations on their medals.

Hattab Al Shudifat – 3rd place – Bronze Medal

Breckin Briggs-Howard – 1st place – Gold Medal         

Evan Key – 3rd place – Bronze Medal

Skyler Lucas – 3rd place – Bronze medal

 We would like to congratulate the following Lady Charger Basketball players for being honored as a 3-6A All-district athlete.  Great job on the court and in the classroom.

3-6A All District

Carson Lecroy- 2nd Team

Lauryn Daigle- Honorable Mention

 3-6A All District Academic:

Taylor Andersen

Alaina Antwine

Adriana Arca

Lauryn Daigle

Taylor Hinson

Kalli Olivar

Konnitha Phoch

Karsin Pruett

Savannah Walker

 Last week our HOSA students made Origami flowers for North Pointe Nursing/Rehab residents. There were great conversations & brightened days were enjoyed.  One of many ways we give back to our community.  What a great thing done by these awesome students.

 The Varsity and JV Lightning Dancers represented Central High School in February at the Danceline State Competition and WON! Please congratulate these young ladies on their achievements when you see them! We are very proud of their efforts.  Listed are the awards.

  • Bronze in Ring of Champions
  • State Grand Champion Mega Team
  • Varsity 1st Place Kick
  • Judges Showmanship Award for Kick
  • Varsity 1st Place Jazz
  • Varsity 1st Place Hip Hop
  • Varsity 1st Place Novelty
  • Danceline Gold Varsity Novelty
  • (Highest scoring routine at competition)
  • Varsity Platinum Sweepstakes
  • Varsity Officer 1st Place Jazz
  • Officer Sweep Stakes
  • Highest Scoring HS Officer Team
  • 3rd Place State Soloist Madi Dean
  • Top 5 Kick Finalist Karsen Burns
  • Top 5 Turns Finalist Bella Johnston
  • Top 5 Leaps Finalist Olivia Byatt

This past weekend the Lightning Dancers, represented CHS and won several outstanding awards at the American Dance/Drill Team Galveston Island Festival Competition! We are beyond proud of their performances.  By far the toughest competition they have faced this year!

 The Officer Awards:

Runner Up in the Super Team Category

Judges Award for Jazz

Placed Silver Overall

Sweepstakes Award (Scored 90 and above on all routines)

Gussie Nell Davis Award (Founder of Drill Teams)

 Varsity Awards

Runner Up in the Super Team Category

Judges Award for Kick

Judges Award for Hip Hop

Place Silver Overall

Sweepstakes Award (Scored 90 and above on all routines)

Gussie Nell Davis Award (Founder of Drill Team)

 

JenniferAlcaraz MackenzyLackey
GaleAnderson EmilyLazenby
CourtneyAshworth CaitlinLentz
KarsenBurns SydneyLevy
OliviaByatt SydneyLowe
TaytumCarlson MalloryLucas
CayleaChristie MahaleyMallett
DeannaChukes AndreaMartinez
HaleighConklin JessicaMartinez
BrandiConner Victoria Mees
AlyssaCoronado MarisaMendoza
MorganCothren LaurelMiller
CaitlinCox ShelbyMiller
LaurenCutburth RowanMilner
DaniellaDavis AbigailMolhoek
ZayliDay DagmarMuniz
MadisonDean PeytonMurphy
MadisonDinh JohnnaPavlick
AshleighElrod HollyPham
BryanaEpps ReneePowell
AlyssaFanello MeganPrince
DestinyFlores BaileyRoberts
MadeleineGarcia JenniferRodriguez
KacyGates HannahRollefson
JadeHahn LindsayRubino
AnnmarieHall   MorganSchloffman
TatumHendrix MonicaScott
VictoriaHerrera KeelySimone
LeslieHill-King AlaynaSims
BaileyHoke ArielThurmond
JacyHubartt AriaTolbert
JordanJeffcoats TanyaVelazquez
IsabellaJohnston MorganWelborn
Ji WooKim HannahWest
ArielKing AllieZollinger
TrinityKoemel AnnaZollinger
JacquelynKraebel   

 

Congratulations to our boys and girls soccer programs for clinching playoff spots for the 2017 season.  This is the 13th out of 14 years for the boys to clinch a playoff spot and the girls have clinched a playoff spot 6 of the last 9 years. What a great accomplishment by these student athletes.

Central HS art students participated in the Region 11 VASE contest last weekend at Hebron High School.

The Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) has sponsors the Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE) since 1994. VASE is the only art event of its kind in the nation. Students are provided the opportunity to bring artworks created in their art classes to their regional event.  They are interviewed by a certified juror who evaluates their work based on a standard based rubric and their understanding of the art processes involved in the development of their artwork. Only academically eligible high school students in grades Pre-K-12 from throughout Texas can participate in VASE.

The Regional Event also serves as the Area Event, which includes the selection of the State finalists. Regional artworks that received a Rating IV-Superior were juried again, by a select group of designated jurors, to determine the Area finalists. The jury selects only the top ten percent (10%) of artworks receiving a 4 at the Regional event in each division to advance to State.

Over 700 KISD art students received the highest rating of IV at last week's contest! Congratulations to the following CHS students and their art instructors! (* denotes STATE qualifier) 

 Jodi Stapleton, Instructor

Nimr N Al Nimri, Husn

Isabella Bodnar, Metamorphisis Apples

Isabella Bodnar, Conceptual Floral Design

Renee E Boettcher, Alter-ego

Renee E Boettcher, Cows In The Fog

Isabel Chapa, A Sense Of Culture

Isabel Chapa, Plastic Surgery

Alyssa J Conover, Happiness

Alyssa Conover, E.m.o.

Lydia A Crawford, Childs Play

Lydia A Crawford, Familiar Ties

* Alyssa D Fanello, Boredom

Alyssa D Fanello, Lady-like

Amber N Foster, Bubble Mouth

Emma L Gann, Srey Sros

Tania Garcia-medina, Clementines Of The Sea

Reagan Hoescher, Graceless Beauty

Vanessa L.p. Housen, Family Juxtaposition

Vanessa L.p. Housen, Loud Mouth

Imani S Jackson, Shades Of Me

Imani S Jackson, Wild Woman

Madison A. Jones, Silhouettes Of The Seasons

Madison A. Jones, Childish Behavior

Hannah N King, Ubuntu

Hannah N King, Broken Ocean

Abigail L Kopp, Jovial Transparency

Abigail L Kopp, Through My Eyes

Chelsea S Kung, Milestones

Chelsea S Kung, All Tied Up

Kaleigh L Kuppler, Smoosh Face

Morgan Levy, Alter Ego

Madeline G Leyba, Insomnia

Madeline G Leyba, Space Man

Allison H Ngo, Ying And Yang

Alison H Ngo, My Other Half

Kelly Nguyen, Brother Bear

Olivia G Ricci, Squirrel Cheeks

Olivia G Ricci, Breakdown

Gievyrie S. Ruffin, Subconsciously Aquatic

Neziah Tanglao, Thoughts

Neziah Tanglao, Birds Eye View

Kirsten Yanagi, Perfectly Squished

 Denise Massey, Instructor

Enoch Bae, Smile

* Enoch Bae, Fruit

Aguilar Bella, Domingo En La Habana

Tina Brown, Flutist

Tina Brown, Not Amused

Jacob Burkhalter, Zachary

Jacob Burkhalter, Maizy

* Nathan Cannedy-Soares, Roaring Dragon

Nathan Cannedy-Soares, Hunting

Sylvia Dale, Feathered Twins

Sylvia Dale, The Chicken's Lament

Megan Doss, Umbrella Girl

Amanda Driggars, A Little Bit Of Life

Amanda Driggars, A Flower For Mom

Tania N. Garcia, I Can Fly

Delaney Gventer, Morning Star

Delaney Gventer, Burning Ferocity

Fatima Hameed, Bones By Lights

Alyssa Kelly, Distracted

Alyssa Kelly, Focus

Kyle Mayer, Last Light

* Kyle Mayer, Daybreak

Haley Morris, Perdition

Haley Morris, Ombrelloni Gialli

Akira Munguia, Summer Solace

Sam Reed, Lucy

Sam Reed, Mia

Maddy Robbins, Watching You

Maddy Robbins, Painting Nature

* Andrea Vasquez, Push/pull

* Andrea Vasquez, Mateo

 Jay Asp, Instructor

Sabaa Akram, Mirror

Sabaa Akram, Lollipop

* Alyson Ankeny, Matthew

Ricardo Aponte, The Biggest Catch

Nicole Avedikian, Fluorescent Bones

Chelsea Block, Ukiyo­e

Chelsea Block, Black And White Plant

Ashley Bowen, Self Portrait Bas Relief

Lindsey Carter, Mother Nature

Amanda Cole, Gas Fight

Macy Gaddy, Fate

Emma Gann, Moth­eaten

Zoe Grice, Courage

Ancito Gungob, The Power Of Unite

Tasmiah Islam, Girl On A Brick Wall

Megan Jacobsen, A Tale Down Under

Rashmi Jha, Ukiyo­e

* Rashmi Jha, Goldilocks

Molly Lavender, Dilly Dally

Lucy Miranda Pacheco, Jade

Khadeeja Moosa, Thousand Nights

Deborah Mutombo, No Place Like Home

Deborah Mutombo, Eagle Of The Floating World

Citlalli Ordaz, Abyss

Citlalli Ordaz, Coral

Jeonghyeon Park, Hidden Feelings

Liz Plata, Purity

* Isabelle Simmons, Despair

Dan Tran, Loved To Death

Cassidy Wilson, Skeleton

* Cassidy Wilson, Ava

Shelby Wright, Trees

 Josh Boehner, Instructor

Beck, Kennedy, Lovely

Bowen, Ashley, Self portrait sculpt

Estill, Maura, Half face

Estill, Maura, Monster

Harden, Jennifer, Cerberus

Hsu, Natasha, Entangled

Islam, Noah, Eifel Tower

Kamba, Sarah, Mask

Lounthone, Samantha, Lighthouse

Mcdaniel, Mia, Rhino blacksmith

Pfrimmer, Ethan, Babylonian loin

Plaster, Mellissa, California Mountain Landscape

Sawyer, Nico, ceramic bowl

* Taylor, Kandace, Morpheus

Taylor, Kandace, Goon

Yanagi, Kirsten, latex mask

 Clint Riddle, Instructor

Ricardo Aponte, Courage

Reese Armendarez, Broken Fish

Sharon Biju, Seriously

Patricia Bolden, Embrace

Megan Bosley, When Everything Stays

Megan Bosley, What A Nice Thought

* Nathan Bradanini, My Life With Art

* Micheal Bryce, Ezekiel And The Snake

Micheal Bryce, Rough Draft

James Bullard, Displaced Halloween

* Hannah Chock, Clamourfly

Hannah Chock, Clean Your Plate

Jessica Dinh, Dream

Megan Doss, Catfish Dreams

Ashleigh Drake, Drapery

Ashleigh Drake, Lights

Ayana Fairweather, Follow The Leader

Zoe Grice, Day Dream

* Nabeeha Hassan, Portrait Of Man

Mallory Jean, Sourire

Mallory Jean, Now I Lay Me Down Sleep

Emily Johnson, Apple In The Sky

Emily Johnson, The Snowy Day

* Maryam Khurram, It's Alive!

Maryam Khurram, A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Mercedes Kuhn, Fantastic Shoes And Where To Find

Kaang Lee, Unsanctioned Truce

Ryan Mahacek, Paradise

Preston Mallett, Shine

Vincent Mcdaniel, Old Man

Vincent Mcdaniel, Turtle

Savannah Meade, Space

Savannah Meade, Lost

Jade Minton, The Leafing

Imran Nawfer, Perception

* Victor Neiva, A Bugs Life

Samantha Newsom, Papa

Samantha Newsom, Skeleton

Vivian Nguyen, Gasp

Vivian Nguyen, Nurturing

Joshua Nutt, From The Hillside

Joshua Nutt, Sweet Sunset

* Paola Pacheco, A Child's Perspective

Angie Pham, Color

Angie Pham, Desserts

Nathan Root, Trash

Kyndall Rothman, All Smiles

Hae-jeen Ryou, Korg

Donald Scott, Pheonix

Tanner Swindell, Totem Of Green

Purna Zaman, Mentor

 Just a reminder: NO Saturday School March 11th or 18th due to Spring Break.

It is our sincere hope everyone has a very relaxing and enjoyable Spring Break.  We will see all the students back on March 20th.

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