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Welcome to the 2016-2017 School Year

September 05, 2016
By Dr. John Moran, Principal

Here we go!

The Class of 2020 enjoyed great weather, kayaking, yoga, volleyball and more at the Freshmen Experience at Camp O-at-Ka.  Click here to see the photo album.

Here are a few other news items and notes for the coming weeks:

As we have done in the past, we will use a modified schedule for the first day of classes on Tuesday, September 6. Freshman should arrive by 7:45 a.m. and grades 10-12 should arrive by 8:45 a.m. Also to ease our transition into the school year we will use an “A” day schedule on both Tuesday, September 6, andWednesday, September 7, and then we will begin to rotate classes with a “C” day on Thursday, September 8.
 

Here we go!

The Class of 2020 enjoyed great weather, kayaking, yoga, volleyball and more at the Freshmen Experience at Camp O-at-Ka.  Click here to see the photo album.

Here are a few other news items and notes for the coming weeks:

  • As we have done in the past, we will use a modified schedule for the first day of classes on Tuesday, September 6. Freshman should arrive by 7:45 a.m. and grades 10-12 should arrive by 8:45 a.m. Also to ease our transition into the school year we will use an “A” day schedule on both Tuesday, September 6, andWednesday, September 7, and then we will begin to rotate classes with a “C” day on Thursday, September 8.
     
  • The first day of school is also School Picture Day.  Students should have their pictures taken in the cafeteria during a free period on Tuesday, September 6.  Seniors: you will need to have the photo taken for your student ID.
     
  • All students will take summer reading tests in English class on the second day of classes. Summer Reading Exam scores will be calculated as 5% of a student’s first semester grade in English. For the Community Focus Summer Read, Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys: Students will participate in a book group discussion during an X-Order on Friday, Sept 9.  Students must turn in their responses to the Reading Guide questions on that day.  
     
  • The Parent Night for the parents of freshmen and sophomores will take place onThursday, September 15 (originally scheduled for Wednesday, September 21). We apologize for this late change. Parents of juniors and seniors will meet onTuesday, September 13 as scheduled. Both nights will begin in the Keegan Gymnasium at 6:00 p.m.
     
  • Parents are invited to join us for our Mass of the Holy Spirit on Friday, September 16. Mass will begin shortly after 9:10 a.m. in the Keegan Gymnasium. 
     
  • Parents of Seniors: photos for yearbook and Senior student bios are dueOctober 14. All photos should be emailed to aromando@cheverus.org. Seniors have already been emailed a Google Form to submit their bios. Information on Baby Ads will be given at a later date.  Click here for more information. 
     
  • The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice is an annual conference for students from all of the Jesuit High Schools, colleges and universities nation-wide.  The conference takes place in November in Washington DC.  If the link between faith and justice is important to you, please consider applying to be part of this year's delegation.  Click here for more information.   Application Deadline: September 15. 
     
  • The transition to ParentsWeb is complete.  (ParentsWeb replaces NetClassroom.) If you filled out the enrollment/re-enrollment form online, you already have an account; if not you will need to create one to see your student's schedule, grades, etc.  Click here for information about how to access ParentsWeb.

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