Attention students who walk to the Rec. Center in the afternoon: you may not walk through the Middle School or Elementary School as it interrupts instruction. You are to walk to the Rec. Center entrance in order to gain entry to the Rec. Center. Thank you for your cooperation.
Attention students: after school between 2:30-3:05p.m., you are still required to have a pass when you are in the hallways. Please make sure you have a pass.
Attention student drivers: please remember that you must use the student parking lot. No students are allowed to park in front of the school on weekdays before 5:30p.m.
Due to some people's sensitivity to strong odors, we request that you do not wear strong perfumes, colognes, or fabric softening agents to school. These strong scents can make it very difficult for some people to breathe. Please be mindful of others and do not wear highly scented products.
Attention Seniors: just a reminder that whenever you apply to a college, you should notify the Guidance Office.
Seniors: please bring in a copy of all college acceptance letters to the Guidance Office. They are needed for your academic folder and scholarships.
Attention athletes: after school you must be with a teacher or go home. You are not allowed to leave school and return to the building before your practice starts.
Students are reminded to adhere to the dress code found on pages 36 and 37 of the student handbook. Tops are to be to the edge of the shoulder, shorts and skirts are to be a minimum of fingertip length.
High School students are not to walk over to the middle school to get on a bus during the afternoon bus runs.
Student athletes are asked to abide by the dress code specifically uniform tops.
Students are reminded that you must have a bus pass in order to ride the 2nd trip. You are not permitted to walk to the middle school to board a bus either.
Attention students: the technology entry will no longer be accessible in the morning. All students will be required to enter through the main entrance by the man office. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Students, you are reminded that cell phones or similar electronic devices are not to be seen or heard during the school day per p. 35 of your student handbook. The only exceptions to this are when teachers allow you to use your phone for an educational purpose and Seniors in the senior lounge. Students also should not be on their phones in homeroom. The purpose of homeroom is to interact with one another.
Attention all students riding 2nd trip: if you ride bus #33 or bus #46, you need to ride bus #42. If you ride bus #37, you need to ride bus #39. These changes are for 2nd trip only and they are permanent. Also, a reminder that bus #33 goes to the Rec Center.
Attention students: all students must ride their own bus over to the middle school when going home on the 2nd trip; you are not allowed to walk. Once on your bus, you are not allowed to get back off unless you have a reason to be at the middle school or are going to the rec. center.
Attention all student drivers: as a reminder, you are not to park your vehicle in front of the school between the hours of 7:40a.m. and 5:30p.m. Monday through Friday or during any athletic event. You are to park in the designated areas for student parking only.
Attention students: please remember to bring written excuses for absences and tardiness to school. Students are given 24 hours to submit excuses or they will be assigned a lunch detention.
Soon, our school district will be offering an app called Tip411. You will be able to access this app from any device. It is a completely confidential way of reporting anything that is harmful to someone. You will be able to report concerns such as drug activity, threats, bullying or anything that should be addressed by administration and/or law enforcement. Even though this app will be anonymous, anyone who abuses the app by making false reports, can be subject to discipline or possible criminal charges. This app will have great potential when used appropriately. Once the app goes live, we will give you more information on how to access it. Currently, Android users can access a link on the District website called CMtips. The app is not yet available for Apple users. Again, please remember to only use this tool for valid reasons.
Today's P2 Quote on Forgiveness: "To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you." Lewis B. Smedes
The school is offering the following courses:
5 Hour Driver Safety Course for those who have their learner's permit and want to get their driver's license soon. The course will be held on Thursday, April 25th from 4:00-9:00p.m. in the high school cafeteria. The cost is $30. Quilting class is for beginners as well as experienced quilters for 8 weeks beginning on Wednesday, April 3rd from 6:30-8:30p.m. in the high school library. The cost is $30. Registration forms for these courses are available in the high school Main Office or on the school website.
Attention Freshmen: please turn in your cookie dough orders today (March 19th)! Any questions, see Ms. Hertlein in Room 138.
There will be a Student Council meeting on Wednesday, March 20th in Mrs. Byrne's room. We will start planning all spring activities. See you then!
Attention staff: when students stay after school and plan to ride the 2nd trip home, they must have a bus pass. Please provide bus passes or contact the Main Office if you do not have any. Students, in turn, you MUST have a bus pass to board the 2nd trip. Riding the 2nd trip is a privilege that can be taken away. Thank you for your cooperation.
Attention students: you are reminded that you must ride your own bus after school (with the exception of bus 39 & 42 which pick up for other buses). And, you are reminded that you are NOT to walk to the middle school to catch a bus. Thank you for your cooperation.
Attention Juniors and Seniors: it's Prom ticket time! Prom tickets are being sold for $45 each in Mrs. English Johnson's room from now until next Friday, March 29th. Remember to bring in your signed eligibility form when you buy your ticket.
Attention Seniors: the Cayuga County Bar Association Scholarship is now available to any Senior that resides in Cayuga County. Stop by the Guidance Office for more information.
Attention students: if you're looking for a computer after school, the computer lab downstairs will be open. Stop by and see Mrs. White and get your work done. Sorry - no games.
Attention staff and students: if you have lost keys, jewelry, or small items, please stop by the Main Office.