Good Evening SCS Families. This is Ms. Price with your Weekly Message for the week of February 20, 2017.
This week, the final ACT prep meeting will be Monday after school NOT Tuesday until 5:30pm. This is your last chance to practice before the ACT. The ACT will be administered to all Juniors on Tuesday, February 28th. Please be prepared by bringing a snack and arriving on time on that date.
February is Black History Month and Young Women of Excellence is excited to celebrate with you all again this year! Monday, February 20th we invite everyone to dress up as a figure in African American History. African American scholars, innovators, artists, activists, and designers have probably contributed more than you think to modern American Society. We can’t wait to see which one you show up as on Monday! We will also be hosting a Black History Month Showcase on Tuesday, February 21st from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are $3. Join us for music, song, dance, and poetry or share something of your own during our open mic segment.
We are offering targeted afterschool tutoring to identified students in Math 7, Math I, and Biology to start on February 27th. Transportation is available. Remember to return your permission forms. Please contact Ms. Ellison or me if you have questions.
AP students were provided with the Bulletin for AP Students and Parents when report cards went home. CollegeBoard has strict testing requirements and we must adhere to them in order for students to receive proper credit. The AP Bulletin provides families with the dates and times of exams that have been predetermined by CollegeBoard. Any student who is enrolled in an AP course and is scheduled to take an exam at 8:00 AM, must make arrangements for transportation and arrive at SCS by 7:45 AM to be seated. Please start preparing for this prior to the May exams.
Attention all high school students! Are you interested in a two-week residential program sponsored by DUKE TIP? If so, please see Mrs. Tuck Thomas for a brochure. The deadline to apply is February 27, 2017 and financial assistance is available.
There are two new scholarship opportunities this week – Please see Mrs. Settle in Student Services for an application or more information. $1000 for seniors sponsored by the Triangle Luncheon Civitan Club. Completed applications must be returned to Mrs. Settle by April 3rd. $500-$1000 for seniors sponsored by the Beta Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Deadline to apply is April 21. See these opportunities along with other scholarship opportunities on the resource wall outside of Student Services.
DPS will offer the classroom portion of Driver’s Education at SCS March 30, 31, April 3, 4, 5. 8:30-3:00 each day. You must provide your own transportation, arrive on time, attend all hours of class, and have a ride at 3:00 each day. No exceptions will be made. You also need to provide your own lunch/snacks each day. If this class does not suit your personal schedule, please do not register for this class. You must be at least 14 ½ on March 30, and you cannot be 18 years of age or older to enroll in this class. The cost of the class is $45 and must be paid on the first day of class. Only cash or money order can be accepted. This class has a 45 student maximum and students will be selected by a lottery. If you were registered for the September class and not chosen, you are already registered in the lottery. You do not need to register again. If you are chosen in the lottery for this class and are not at SCS at 8:30 on March 30, your seat will be given away to a student selected for the stand-by list. Registration 8:30-3:45 in the SCS main office February 27-March 2. The lottery will be drawn on March 3. Notification will be made via telephone March 4-6.
We have started recruiting proctors for end of year state testing May 26 – June 8. We will need approximately 54 proctors for each day of testing this year. You or someone you refer can sign up by using this link: http://tinyurl.com/SCS2017proctors or contact Ms. Bugg in the main office.
Have a great evening from all of us at SCS where we practice the 4c’s—Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, and Community.