>AP exams begin Monday and will run through the next two weeks. Please report to your morning exams at 7:30AM and afternoon exams at 11:30AM, unless directed otherwise.
>All exams will be held at the Immaculate Conception Church located directly across the street from the high school.
>Students are not allowed to park their cars on North Broadway. Your car will be towed. Park your vehicle at the high school and walk to the test site.
>If you have a morning exam, you will return to the high school and attend your afternoon classes after the exam.
>If you have an afternoon exam, you will attend your morning classes and then leave to take your afternoon exam.
>Please make sure you have #2 pencils, pens, approved calculators, etc. for your exams.
>If you have any questions, please see your AP teacher, counselor or Mrs. B in Guidance.
If you are attending Driver’s Ed today (4/28) please be aware that there will be a double session in 305N.
Prom dresses and tuxedos are being sold at the county center in White Plains tomorrow for an affordable price! From 10 AM – 4:00 PM! You just need to bring a copy of your report card!
The Literary Magazine Club will meet every Friday in 300 N at 3:05 PM. All members should attend. Also, today is the final collection deadline for the Journal Drive (4/28).
The final submission deadline for Shadow and Substance, the school's literary magazine, has been extended to today (4/28). Please share your poetry, prose, artwork, and photography with firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOLA! If you are interested in going to Spain next year, there’s an informational meeting on Wednesday, May 10th at 6:45PM in room 306 East. Any Questions, See Sr. Collado or Mr. Zamek.
Attention All Juniors who applied to the Science Honor Society and the Math Honor Society. The list of accepted students into each society is posted in the Math/Science Office in Lower West. An acceptance letter inviting you and your guests will be mailed home. If you have any questions or concerns, please see Mr. Choi or Mr. Larkin. (4/28)
Hey seniors did you know you have a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship and freshman an opportunity to win a $300 one? It’s called the John Houston Scholarship…go get your application now in guidance!
Junior Dinner is today all participants must be at the high-school gym before 6pm to ride the bus! Bring your ticket for collection! Town and country congers..begins at 7-11 (bus leaves from here @ 6).
Opportunity for Community Service Hours: Be part of a voter registration drive during Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, April 29th in Patriots Park. Spanish speakers particularly desirable! Contact Sra. Pousada for more information.
Attention All Students & Staff: The African American Culture Club will be hosting a Coins for Kids fundraiser this week to raise money for UNICEF. Today (4/28) there will be tables set up outside the student lounge and cafeteria during all lunch periods. All money raised will be donated to UNICEF's South Sudan campaign. Please donate any spare change you have to help the malnourished children of South Sudan. We thank you for your support.