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Samuel Clemens High School AnnouncementsMAY 7, 2012
EOC TESTING SCHEDULE MAY 8 – 10,2012Tuesday, May 8th Wednesday, May 9th Tuesday, May 8th8:40- All 9th grade students 8:40- All 9th grade students 8:40- All 9th grade studentsreport to assigned computer lab report to assigned computer lab report to assigned computer lab9:00a.m. -1:00p.m. 9:00a.m. -1:00p.m. 9:00a.m. -1:00p.m.Math EOC test-9th grade only Science EOC test-9th grade only S.S EOC test-9th grade only8:40 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 8:40 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 8:40 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.10th -12th grade students will be 10th -12th grade students will be 10th -12th grade students will beHeld in 6th period class Held in 7th period class Held in 8th period class1:10 -2:00p.m. 1:10 -2:00p.m. 1:10 -2:00p.m.Combined Lunch Combined Lunch Combined Lunch(open campus with proper ID) (open campus with proper ID) (open campus with proper ID)2:05 – 2:40p.m. 2:05 – 2:40p.m. 2:05 – 2:40p.m.1st period class 1st period class 1st period class2:45 – 3:20 p.m. 2:45 – 3:20 p.m. 2:45 – 3:20 p.m.2nd period class 2nd period class 2nd period class3:25-4:00 p.m. 3:25-4:00 p.m. 3:25-4:00 p.m.3rd period class 4th/5th period class 4th/5th period class
Senior Books Due DatesMay 7th: ElectivesMay 8th: Social StudiesMay 9th: ELAMay 10th: ScienceMay 11: Math
Powder Puff Volleyball Game Tuesday, May 8 @ 7 pm Juniors Seniors Chris ResendezDylan Shuck Daniel MartinezJohnny Huckobey Zachary MedinaTyler Wilson Gerrit RetangneBryce McCoy Tyler HanniganMichael Parker Zach DicksonYousef Hasan Darren ValentinChris Muckenfuss Scott CrispJT Crossland Tim NguyenNik AltmanLincoln Baylor
LIBRARYAll library books and DVDs need to bereturnedby 8 May
2011-2012 Final Exam Schedule May 25th –May 31st (9th, 10th, and 11th grade)Friday, May 25 Tuesday, May 29 Wednesday, May 30 Thursday, May 31Closed Campus Open Campus Open Campus Closed Campus1 8:40-10:40 (exam) 2 8:40-10:40 (exam) 3 8:40-10:40 (exam) 4 8:40-10:35 (exam)2 10:45-11:15 3 10:45-11:30 1 10:45-11:30 Lunch 10:35-11:053 11:20-11:50 4 11:35-12:20 4 11:35-12:20 5 11:05-1:00 (exam)4 11:55-12:25 5 12:25-1:10 5 12:25-1:105 12:30-1:00 6 1:15-2:00 8 1:15-2:006 1:05-1:30 7 2:05-4:00 (exam) 6 2:05-4:00 (exam)7 1:35-2:008 2:05-4:00 (exam)Notes:No Advisory Period all week1st & 8th periods are the only classes ,you will see after students have already taken their exam.
Senior Exam Schedule May 21 – 25, 2012May 21st & 22nd May 23rd & 24th May 25th2nd, 4th, 7th 3rd, 5th, 6th 1st & 8thA few reminders:Seniors will test during class time for 2 days.Seniors will be on regular schedule and must attend all classes during these days.Seniors DO NOT have to attend school on Tuesday, May 29th, Wednesday, May 30th, orThursday, May 31st.Although senior students do not have to attend school on May 31st, they do have toattend graduation practice.Graduation practice is scheduled for May 31st at 8:30 A.M.Practice is mandatory and ALL students must ride the bus. More details to come.
Are you interested in joining Yearbook Next year?? Do you like editing Pictures, writing stories,working with graphic designs, etc? Fill out an application in room B113. Hurry becausethe deadline is May 11th.Be part of the team that creates a book ofmemories, stories, and accomplishments through outthe year.
REMINDER To all Varsity Athletes *You MUST let Ms. Biggs know by May 15th if you plan to attend the Varsity Awards Banquet on May 24th. *Guest tickets are $10 per person and must be purchased by May 15th also.NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOORFor more information see Ms. Biggs in the Athletic office!
A HUGE GOES OUT TO OUR OFFICE AIDES FOR ALL THEIR HARD WORK AND HELP.FROM, THE FRONT OFFICE, COUNSELORS OFFICE LIBRARY AND THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE
Reminder:School is almost overPlease start cleaningout your Lockers.
TUESDAY MORNINGS @ 8:00 **LOCATION:B204 ** **BRING FRIENDS!!**FOR MORE INFO GO TO FRONT OFFICE OR B204 SEE YOU THERE!!
If you were offered anyscholarships, please bring a copy of your notification letter to the counselor’s office
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average amount of money earned by individuals based on their education level is shown in the table below: Education Average Yearly Average Monthly Salary Salary No High School $14,349 $1,196 Diploma High School Diploma $23,233 $1,936 Associate Degree $31,684 $2,640 Bachelor’s Degree $45,648 $3,804 Master’s Degree $56,958 $4,747 Doctorate Degree $87,644 $7,304As the chart above suggests, the more educated children are, the more money they are likely to make. For more information on what salaries are earned for specific careers, visit the U.S. Department of Labors website: • http://www.bls.gov/oco/home.htm
PROJECT GRADUATION EVENTSGraduation DVD SALES on SALE NOW- $25 Forms are by the Buffalo box outside the office complete one and return with cash or check (made payable to project graduation) in an envelope addressed to Project GRAD !!SENIOR T-SHIRTS ON SALE NOW - $20 Forms are by the Buffalo box outside the officecomplete one and return with cash or check (made payable to project graduation) in an envelope addressed to Project GRAD !!
ATTENTION SENIORS If you will be attending college, you must complete a FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST form. The charge is one dollar per transcript and you can turn the form and fee into the Registrar’s office. If you are or have taken college courses through St. Philip’s College (DUAL CREDIT), you must send a final transcript to them from Samuel Clemens High School in order for St. Philip’s to release grades to your receiving college or University. PLEASE ORDER NOW!*** not a bad idea to request one just to keep for your records, more employees arerequiring this.
COOKIES!COME THURSDAY TO A HALLWAY(Chocolate Chip, M & M, Sugar and Oatmeal Raisin)
SENIORS IMPORTANT MEDICAL MESSAGE FROM THE NURSEREMINDER:YOU WILL NEED TOGET A MENINGITISVACCINE BEFOREENTERING COLLEGE.
Lookin’ for something to do this summer? CLEMENS PRIDE CAMPWhere: ClemensWhen: Mon. – Thurs., June 11th – July 26th (no camp July 2-5)Time: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.Who: 9th – 12th gradersCost: $60 Registration forms now available in the Athletic office, front office and on the Clemens Athletics website.
SCHERTZ POLICE DEPARTMENTStudents can make anonymous tip via mobile phone device. Text tips to CRIMESKeyword SCHERTZ. For more information visit Schertz Police Department School Resource Division at Facebook.com
To get your anonymous I.D., text SCHERTZ to CRIMES (274637).If you see something suspicious in our community, help fight crime! ***In case of emergency, call 911.A public service announcement from Administration and CBN.