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COUNT DAY 2020      Wednesday October 7, 2020               

    Count day is extremely important for the district and individual schools.  Parents, please ensure that your student logs into every class every day, especially on count day.

Count Day Incentives: Teachers will share count day incentives.

All students present and in attendance in all 6 classes will receive a special invitation to our Virtual Student Mixer. Names will be entered into a raffle to win Subway, Wendy’s, McDonalds and Apple gift cards, t-shirts and more.

 At the end of sixth hour Wednesday, October 7, 2020, we will have a schoolwide meeting on TEAMS in which all students will receive an invitation.

 Teachers will provide a list of count day incentives on Monday, October 5, 2020. It will be posted on the Morning Message.



   Students, Teachers and Parents. Our current plan to reduce screen time must abort immediately. We will be following our traditional instructional schedule. Effective Tuesday, October 6, 2020, all students are expected to follow the below listed schedule. Please note that students and teachers will work through options to reduce screen time daily for every class period.  Students are expected to attend all 6 classes, daily, at the schedule times listed.

OCTOBER Expect Respect

Ways to Deal with Cyber bulling

Do not retaliate and write a nasty post in response.

It will only make the situation worse.

Do not take the rude comments personally nor doubt your views or beliefs.

The rude comments have little to do with you. They are more about the issues of the person making them.

Do not reread the offending comments.

This will only lead to obsession and further anger. Report the offending comments to a group moderator if possible

Understand that not everyone has your same beliefs or views.

Be open to others’ thoughts and opinions. Recognize that many people can be right. What seems like a rude comment at first glance might only be someone expressing a different opinion.

Make a 30 second rule.

After you have written something but before you post it, step away from the computer or phone for 30 seconds. When you come back, look at the message you wrote and ask yourself how you would feel if someone wrote this to you.

Take a technology break.

Turn off your phone and computer for a night and enjoy doing something free from technology such as enjoying a nice meal, meditating, or taking a warm bath.

Technology does not have to make us victims or perpetrators of bullying.

By being mindful and considerate, we can make our online experience better.

While bullying is nothing new and we all know that it is changed, finding victims not only on the playground but where they are online, there are tactics to combat it. Raising awareness about the issue, defining it as unacceptable, and sticking up for those who are bullied are ways that we will hopefully curtail this growing problem.

PSAT & SAT Testing 

 9th graders will take the PSAT9 All ninth graders should report to school on Thursday October 8, 2020 at 7:30 to take the PSAT9 test.                                       

PSAT/NSQT 11th graders- October 14, 2020

SAT 12th graders- Oct 14

PSAT 9th- 10th graders 10-14-20