Senior Information, Class of 2017
Seniors and Senior Parents,
Senior Cap & Gown portraits will be taken on Thursday, February 16 in the Upper Gym. There will be a sign up in the cafeteria during all lunches on February 3rd and 4th. Students must pay for their photos at the time of their sitting. For additional details including portrait package pricing, see the Cap & Gown flyer.
Senior quotes are due in the box in the cafeteria by Friday, January 27th. There will be no exceptions to this date.
Senior dues of $45 due to Mr. Freeman in B209 by Friday, March 17. This covers the Senior Breakfast, Picnic, and the Graduation Ceremony.
Senior dues can also be paid online through the icon on our website as well.
Code of Conduct is also due on Friday, March 17 to Mr. Freeman in B209.
To keep informed about important details for the Class of 2017, see the Senior Page.
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