DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY MAY 9, 2019
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
MAY 9, 2019
SCHEDULE: REGULAR SCHEDULE
- Homeroom 8:00-8:53
- 1st Period 8:56-9:46
- 2nd Period 9:49-10:39
- 3rd Period 10:42-11:32
- 4th Period 11:35-12:25
- 5th Period 12:28-1:18
- 6th Period 1:21-2:11
- 7th Period 2:14-3:04
ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK
- 5/9-5/10-8:00-AP/IB Testing
- 5/9-Interim Reports
- 5/9-7:00-Girls Lacrosse Bake Sale
- 5/11-6:00 PM-Central Auction
School Store Hours: MWF 7:30-7:55 AM and 3:10-3:30 PM
STAFF: – END-OF-YEAR CHECK OUT RESPONSIBILITIES
- Student Absence Notes: All absence notes collected from students documenting their absences should be kept for two years in teachers’ desk or closet. Mark the file or envelope with the advisory number and the school year 2019-2020.
- Classrooms: All classroom floors, desktops, and bookshelves should be cleared of debris so that the cleaning staff can clean classrooms during the summer. Please complete by Wednesday, June 5, 2019.
- Computers: All computers should be signed out with our technology specialist for summer only if you will be returning to Central in the fall. If you will not be returning to Central in the fall, please make sure that you turn in your computer and any accessories to Room 329 for summer storage. Please complete by Tuesday, June 4, 2019.
- Work orders: If you need anything fixed in your classroom such as door locks, window panes, window shades, etc., please put a work order into our building engineer, Rick Weischedel via email at email@example.com by Wednesday, June 5, 2019.
- Keys: All school keys must be turned into your Department Chair by the last day of school for staff, June 5, 2019. The Department Chairs should then turn in all teachers’ keys to Mr. McKenna before they leave.
- Any male identifying students interested in joining choir should come to room 323 after school on Friday May 10th. Join current choir members for singing and pizza. You can find information by following @choiratcentral on Instagram.” M. Gruzwalski (5/10)
- Last chance opportunity to earn community service hours. Volunteer to manage a water station at the More Than Pink Walk (Formerly Race for The Cure) this Sunday 5/12. See Mr. Leong in room 125 to sign up. H. Leong (5/10)
- The RoboLancers annual Dorney Park ticket sale is on! This is always a popular purchase as families and friends plan summer outings together. Purchase “Any Day Tickets” which are good any single day during the 2019 season, getting you into both Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom. Tickets are $36 (deeply discounted from the online Any Day Ticket price of $49 or the gate price of $60). Purchase now through May 17th from Ms. Coutts (Rm 134) during Homeroom or from Mr. Johnson (office behind 85/89) after school. We can accept cash or money order only. Tickets will be delivered May 29th (the day grades close). M. Johnson (5/17)
- Please do not excuse students from your classes en masse without advising them to avoid the Barnwell Library. Students who cut or are encouraged to leave classes are not welcome at Barnwell as they typically come here to socialize.
Many students rely on the library as a sanctuary of quiet and order in which they may study in earnest. Of late there has been a dramatic spike in the number of students being “let out” of their rostered classes. We do monitor student usage throughout the day. Thank you for your consideration in this manner. J. Lobron (5/10)
- NOTES FROM THE NURSES:
- ATTENTION SOPHOMORES: Per School District of Philadelphia guidelines, all 11th graders are required to provide proof an updated physical exam. Please turn in a physical form available on the school district website signed by a medical provider to the nurses’ office upon return to school your junior year.
- ATTENTION JUNIORS: Per the School District of Philadelphia’s vaccination requirements, all incoming seniors must show proof of meningitis vaccine received after age 16. Please submit your proof of immunization or exemption to the nurses’ office within the first week of your senior year. Leigh A. Coakley, RN (6/1)
- Students: As the temperature goes up please dress appropriately to school. Our dress code is on pages 22-23 of your agenda, stay out of trouble by following the dress code. Mr. Julien/Discipline Office (6/1)
- Celebrating Central Auction, the Central Home & School’s largest fundraiser takes place on May 11 from 6-10 pm. Tickets are $65, and all money raised goes directly back to supporting the school. It’s being held at Penns Landing Caterers, 1301 S. Columbus Blvd. Visit the auction website (link found on the Central HSA website) to purchase tickets or donate. Thanks for your support! H&S (5/10)
- No checks are permitted for any payment after we return from Spring break – cash or money order only. A. Donato