Fairview High School

Congratulations Class of 2020

General Announcements

2020-21 Summer Reading Lists

Some classes have summer reading or homework requirements. The summer reading list for the 2020-2021 school year can be found here. For your conve... (see more)

Some classes have summer reading or homework requirements. The summer reading list for the 2020-2021 school year can be found here.

For your convenience and as a fundraiser for the FHS Library, you can purchase your summer reading through Boulder Book Store or through Barnes and Noble. The books will be available all summer at these two stores.

COVID-19: Update from the Principal

Fairview Families: We have quite the update for you today so please read thoroughly... We will be sending out an email on Monday afternoon regar... (see more)

Fairview Families:

We have quite the update for you today so please read thoroughly...

  1. We will be sending out an email on Monday afternoon regarding senior check out, locker cleanout, and turning in music instruments and uniforms, athletic equipment and such. We are waiting until next week to make sure that there are no changes to the stay at home plan for Boulder County before we give out the final schedule. Look for that email on Monday after 3 p.m.

  2. We are creating a virtual Knight of Excellence Awards Ceremony that will be posted on our FHS web page by May 17th to honor students for their great achievements this year.

  3. Lawn signs for seniors are being distributed 4/30 and 5/1...Look for a sign in your yard or by your front door. If your student did not get one please notify us and we will get one for your senior.

  4. Yearbooks will be available to pick up the days that we have check out and clean out for our students.

  5. We are still looking for a few more parent volunteers to work on our task force to create and plan ways to honor and celebrate our seniors.

  6. We will be offering a series of virtual meetings for seniors and senior parents to facilitate an opportunity for our senior families to share:

    a. Ideas for alternative graduation ceremonies

    b. Identify the key elements of graduation regardless of the type of ceremony.

Look for that email and Google Hangout invite on Monday as well. We will be doing a series of these meetings to allow more voices to be heard.

  1. Please read this important update regarding grading policy for FHS:

In keeping Fairview aligned with BVSD grading expectations during Home Learning, please review the following district grading guidelines. Fairview will follow this policy and NOT implement the Pass/No Grade grading policy as our default grades as previously communicated.

We believe it is in the best interest of our students and families to stay aligned with these district guidelines. For the remainder of this school year, our teachers and staff will remain focused on our top priority--supporting the individual needs (social/emotional, educational, etc) of our students. This includes working with students and families to identify the correct level of support and flexibility needed to serve students well in a virtual environment.

· Students are expected to complete assignments. If you are having difficulty completing, please reach out to your teacher. Your teachers will lead with grace and understanding for assignment completion. An acknowledgment will be given to most assignments.

· If an assignment will be used for a grade, the teacher will indicate that in the daily task/assignments and provide an explanation of how you will be graded.

· All courses will be graded using the system already in place prior to closure.

· Teachers are encouraged to provide students with additional flexibility in demonstrating understanding and revise their course grading policies to account for the limitations of a home learning environment. In addition, during Home Learning, an actively engaged student's grade may go up but may NOT go down.

·Teachers should provide feedback to students and parents as appropriate. At a minimum, teachers must make one comment per student on the report card.

Thank you for your continued support of our students and staff, and for your understanding as we work to provide the best educational experience possible during these unprecedented times.

Again it is and has been a tough time for everyone and we are still committed to do whatever we need to care for our students and our families.

Take care of yourself and others,

Don

Why teens may never be the same after the pandemic An article from a parent that was published by CNN

Why teens may never be the same after the pandemic

*For an update on AP and IB testing and diplomas please the attachments from our IB/AP Coordinator Chris Weber.

IB April 2020 Parent Letter

AP FHS Families Letter

2020 GRADUATION Thursday, July 23

Graduation I once again want to reaffirm our commitment to the Class of 2020. We will hold graduation ceremonies this year. While there is no dou... (see more)

Graduation

I once again want to reaffirm our commitment to the Class of 2020. We will hold graduation ceremonies this year.

While there is no doubt the ceremonies will feel and look different– knowing that it will likely involve social distancing measures and masks – we will celebrate the achievements of our graduating seniors and ensure everyone can participate.

We have tentatively scheduled graduations for the week of July 20

Fairview 2020 Graduation will be Thursday, July 23 in the morning (details TBD)

Prom Regretfully, knowing that constraints on social distancing are not expected to be lifted until mid-April, BVSD is canceling all proms this year and we are strongly encouraging families against holding alternative gatherings for teens knowing that this could create additional exposure to the coronavirus – undermining efforts to slow the spread of the disease.

Testing TESTING INFORMATION UPDATES

CMAS testing is canceled. We do not have final information about the in-school SAT test scheduled for April at this time but will keep you informed as it becomes available.

March and May dates for the Saturday administration of SATs have been canceled and registered students will receive refunds. New, additional testing times will be announced from the College Board when available, along with news and arrangements for AP testing. Check the website for updates; www.collegeboard.org

For ACT testing, the 4/4 testing date has been rescheduled for 6/13. For more news updates, go to: www.act.org

IB Testing: https://www.ibo.org/news/news-about-the-ib/covid-19-coronavirus-updates/

AP: AP testing will go on! In a modified way. Go to the college board AP Central website for more information.

BVSD Committed to the Safety and Wellbeing of our Students.

The Boulder Valley School District is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our students. Victims of sexual harassment are encouraged to report... (see more)

The Boulder Valley School District is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our students.

Victims of sexual harassment are encouraged to report the incident to an adult they trust, whether it is a school counselor, administrator or law enforcement. Reports can be made orally or in writing. Written reports can be made using the Board's Complaint form, AC-E2. is here. Learn more on our Help for Students page here. Submit anonymous reports to Safe2Tell Colorado

Important Contact Information

IMPORTANT CONTACT NUMBERS AND EMAILS -Please leave a voicemail message and we will get back to you ASAP. All departments are responding to voicema... (see more)

IMPORTANT CONTACT NUMBERS AND EMAILS -Please leave a voicemail message and we will get back to you ASAP. All departments are responding to voicemail messages and emails.

All attendance matters: 720.561.5352 [email protected]

Registrar (IC issues, OE, transcripts, etc): 720.561.5335 [email protected]

Treasurer (Student Fees, RevTrak): 720.561.5330 [email protected]

Athletics (All Sports): 720.561.5327 [email protected]

AP Secretary: [email protected]

Counseling Secretaries: 720.561.3212 [email protected] OR 720.561.5328 [email protected]

IB/AP (Testing, Registering, etc.):720.561.5868 [email protected]

Principal's Secretary: 720.561.5329 [email protected]

CCC: Carol Diebel 720.561.5860 [email protected]

Main Office:720.561.3106 [email protected]

Please call the department you need, directly. Thank you

FHS Important Update on Grading 5.1.20

Please read this important update regarding grading policy for FHS: In keeping Fairview aligned with BVSD grading expectations during Home Learnin... (see more)

Please read this important update regarding grading policy for FHS:

In keeping Fairview aligned with BVSD grading expectations during Home Learning, please review the following district grading guidelines. Fairview will follow this policy and NOT implement the Pass/No Grade grading policy as our default grades as previously communicated.

We believe it is in the best interest of our students and families to stay aligned with these district guidelines. For the remainder of this school year, our teachers and staff will remain focused on our top priority--supporting the individual needs (social/emotional, educational, etc) of our students. This includes working with students and families to identify the correct level of support and flexibility needed to serve students well in a virtual environment.

· Students are expected to complete assignments. If you are having difficulty completing, please reach out to your teacher. Your teachers will lead with grace and understanding for assignment completion. An acknowledgment will be given to most assignments.

· If an assignment will be used for a grade, the teacher will indicate that in the daily task/assignments and provide an explanation of how you will be graded.

· All courses will be graded using the system already in place prior to closure.

· Teachers are encouraged to provide students with additional flexibility in demonstrating understanding and revise their course grading policies to account for the limitations of a home learning environment. In addition, during Home Learning, an actively engaged student's grade may go up but may NOT go down.

·Teachers should provide feedback to students and parents as appropriate. At a minimum, teachers must make one comment per student on the report card.

Thank you for your continued support of our students and staff, and for your understanding as we work to provide the best educational experience possible during these unprecedented times.

Again it is and has been a tough time for everyone and we are still committed to do whatever we need to care for our students and our families.

Take care of yourself and others,

Don

Alumni Transcript Requests

Please complete all requested information and be sure to print clearly. A fee of $2.00 is assessed for each transcript requested. Make the check ... (see more)

Please complete all requested information and be sure to print clearly. A fee of $2.00 is assessed for each transcript requested. Make the check or money order payable to: Fairview High School OR make your payment online at Fairviewhs.org, click online payments, click additional items/events, click transcripts and enter payment. Please mail this request with payment to the address provided on the form, or email the request with a copy of your online payment receipt to: [email protected] If necessary you may fax your request to: Fairview Counseling Office - 720.561.5333 (If faxing, please include an image of your online payment receipt) Find Alumni Transcript Request Form Here

PE Waivers at Fairview HS

PE waivers are not a guarantee and should not be included in graduation planning. Students have 4 years to meet the graduation requirement of 15 P... (see more)

PE waivers are not a guarantee and should not be included in graduation planning. Students have 4 years to meet the graduation requirement of 15 PE credits earned. If scheduling or other circumstances do not allow a student to complete the requirement in classes, his/her CHSAA approved FHS sports can be considered for up to 10 waived credits toward the 15 required PE credits for graduation. PE credit is not earned.

If a student earns 15 credits in the classroom, they will not receive waived credit regardless of the number of sports he/she successfully participated in. If a student athlete earns 5-10 credits in class, the FHS coach approved roster will be reviewed to waive 5-10 credits, not to exceed 15 total PE credits. Transcript entries for waived PE credit will be made after a student's Junior year.

Participation in FHS sports is not required; attendance for each sport is not required and sports take place outside of the school day, therefore student athletes do not receive PE Credit and students are still required to earn 220 credits to graduate. Refer to BVSD Policy IKF.

More Announcements

Special Announcements

9th, 10th & 11th Locker Clean-out

Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, Next week (May 18-22) we will be conducting locker clean-out for all underclassmen. Since we are still in the m... (see more)

Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen,

Next week (May 18-22) we will be conducting locker clean-out for all underclassmen. Since we are still in the midst of regulations for building access due to the pandemic we will have a very specific time schedule and structure for this event. Please read carefully this entire communication.

So, let’s get started:

Click here to see the Schedule of checkout based on last name. The schedule is also at the end of this email.

Please arrive on time for check out (at the beginning of your time period)

You will have 30 minutes to complete your check out

If for some reason you cannot attend your assigned time please come to the make-up times on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 4:15-5:00 pm and Friday: 2:00-2:45, 2:45-3:30, 3:30-4:15, 4:15-5:00 pm.

You will enter through the main front door entrance.

You will need to bring and wear a mask to be allowed to enter the building.

You will need to wear it the entire time you are in the building

Bandanas are fine.

IF ANYONE WANTS TO DONATE MASKS PLEASE CONTACT US...WE JUST WANT EVERY KID TO BE ABLE TO COME IN THE BUILDING.

You will be given a trash bag to carry the contents of your locker home.

You will not be allowed to go into classrooms.

OK...That is all the mandatory things you need to know and follow...now a few more details:

Please bring all textbooks, library books with you to turn in.

If you are a student in the Fine Arts please bring your outfits, your instruments, and music to turn in on your day. You will receive an email from your directors regarding what to do in detail this week.

Athletes, please bring any equipment and uniforms that have been checked out to you that need to be returned.

Now some fun stuff:

We will be distributing yearbooks on those days. Also, yearbook sales are over. We're not doing any sales, just distribution of books during locker cleanout.

This is a very sad and strange time for us all and not what any one of us wants, but it is what we have to deal with at this time.

See you all next week,

Mr. Stensrud and the FHS Staff

LOCKER CLEAN-OUT SCHEDULE GRADES 9-11

Time Monday 5/18

8:00-8:45am A-AND

8:45-9:30am ANDR-ATK

9:30-10:15am AUE-BARS

10:15-11:00am BART-BERN

11:00-11:45am BER-BOH

11:45-12:30pm BOI-BRI

12:30-1:15pm BRO-BURK

1:15-2:00pm BURS-CAR

2:00-2:45pm CAS-CHON

2:45-3:30pm CHOW-COT

3:30-4:15pm CR-DEN

4:15-5:00pm MAKE UP

Time Tuesday 5/19

8:00-8:45am DES-DUR

8:45-9:30am EAR-FAN

9:30-10:15am FANO-FLO

10:15-11:00am FLY-GAO

11:00-11:45am GAR-GOE

11:45-12:30pm GOL-GRUB

12:30-1:15pm GRUM-HARD

1:15-2:00pm HARE-HEIN

2:00-2:45pm HEINE-HIRA

2:45-3:30pm HIRD-HUM

3:30-4:15pm HUNT-JEO

4:15-5:00pm MAKE UP

Time Wednesday 5/20

8:00-8:45am JES-KANG

8:45-9:30am KANT-KH

9:30-10:15am KI-KOSS

10:15-11:00am KOST-LAO

11:00-11:45am LAR-LEV

11:45-12:30pm LEW-LONG

12:30-1:15pm LONN-MAND

1:15-2:00pm MANS-MAX

2:00-2:45pm MAY-MENDE

2:45-3:30pm MENDO-MOREN

3:30-4:15pm MORET-MY

4:15-5:00pm MAKE UP

Time Thursday 5/21

8:00-8:45am NA-NOR

8:45-9:30am NOT-OTT

9:30-10:15am OTTE-PED

10:15-11:00am PEL-PRAB

11:00-11:45am PRAK-REE

11:45-12:30pm REG-ROBB

12:30-1:15pm ROBI-RUC

1:15-2:00pm RUN-SAT

2:00-2:45pm SAV-SEO

2:45-3:30pm SER-SHI

3:30-4:15pm SHO-SM

4:15-5:00pm MAKE UP

Time Friday 5/22

8:00-8:45am SOB-STR

8:45-9:30am SU-THOMA

9:30-10:15am THOMP-TUC

10:15-11:00am TUO-VOS

11:00-11:45am VOZ-WES

11:45-12:30pm WET-WIR

12:30-1:15pm WIS-YEA

1:15-2:00pm YEG-ZU

2:00-2:45pm MAKE UP

2:45-3:30pm MAKE UP

3:30-4:15pm MAKE UP

4:15-5pm MAKE UP

Online Home Learning will continue through the end of the school year

Dear BVSD Families and Staff, As you may have heard, today Colorado Governor Jared Polis held a press conference and announced plans to begin reop... (see more)

Dear BVSD Families and Staff,

As you may have heard, today Colorado Governor Jared Polis held a press conference and announced plans to begin reopening the state, following the current Stay at Home orders. Schools will not be reopening as part of these initial efforts.

The next stage, which is expected to begin towards the end of this month, is called “Safer at Home.” While the governor is allowing business to resume, he is still encouraging anyone who can, including our students and staff, to stay home to limit the spread of COVID-19. While the governor has not put an end date on this phase, it is clear that social distancing restrictions will remain in effect for the foreseeable future.

Knowing there are only five weeks left in school, in consultation with our partners in public health, Boulder County Public Health and Broomfield Public Health and Environment, BVSD has decided to continue Home Learning through the end of the current 2019-2020 School Year and the 2020 Summer Learning program.

While this decision is difficult, we believe that it provides a level of certainty in an uncertain time, allowing everyone including our families, teachers and schools -- to plan accordingly.

Thankfully this will not change much. Due to the monumental efforts of our educators and the tremendous support of parents at home, remote learning has successfully launched and will continue through the end of the normal academic calendar.

Our number one priority is protecting the health and wellness of our students, but we know this decision will not please everyone. While we have received many emails encouraging the district to take this action, I know some families, especially those with working parents, may be frustrated because they are struggling to balance the demands of their own work and family life with supervising and supporting Home Learning. Others may be disappointed because they too were holding out hope that things would begin to return to normal and schools would reopen, allowing school communities to reunite in person.

We all are grieving for the important social connections school provides, as well as the impact on end-of-year traditions. We all will be looking forward to a day when we are able to reopen our buildings, but until then I know our schools will be working to make this time memorable and fun for all students, especially those who are celebrating special milestones.

Graduations I once again want to reaffirm our commitment to the Class of 2020. We will hold graduation ceremonies this year.

While there is no doubt the ceremonies will feel and look different– knowing that it will likely involve social distancing measures and masks – we will celebrate the achievements of our graduating seniors and ensure everyone can participate.

We have tentatively scheduled graduation for

FAIRVIEW HS:

Thursday, July 23 in the morning (details TBD)

Our hope is that by waiting until mid-summer, restrictions will be loosened enough to allow for in-person ceremonies, again shaped by the feedback from our public health experts and each school’s community.

To that end, between May 1 and 15 each high school principal will host a listening session with seniors and their families to discuss graduation and other efforts to honor them. Look for an invitation from your school soon.

After these meetings, we will provide an update to the entire community about graduation ceremonies.

Athletics BVSD will not resume spring sport seasons.

Athletic participation fee refunds for high school spring sports and middle school soccer and track will be processed by Friday, May 1. The refunds will be processed in the form they were originally paid, i.e. to your credit card or via check for check or cash payments. If you have questions regarding your refund, please contact your school’s main office on or after April 27th.

Personal Belongings and Medications Now that the decision has been made to close school buildings through the end of the academic year, we understand that students and staff will want to pick up their personal belongings and medications. We will be providing this opportunity before the end of the school year, starting the week of May 11. Please wait for communication to come directly from your school which will outline the process and your specific schedule on when belongings can be picked up. If you need to pick up a medication before the scheduled day at your child’s school, please contact your school nurse, they will assist you.

Additional support for students who need it While BVSD educators have done an amazing job transitioning to home learning, we want to prepare for the fact that some students may end this school year behind where we would ideally want them to be academically. To provide as much support to our students as we can, we will be implementing the following plan to assess where students are in their learning and provide appropriate supports this summer and next fall.

Summer Learning Summer school will take place virtually from June 8 - July 16. Instead of having a STEM curriculum, it will focus on intervention in literacy and mathematics. Instruction will be structured in a small group format with varying amounts of instruction occurring between 8am and 12pm based on the amount of individual intervention needed to help students catch up before the start of next school year.

Extended School Year ESY will also occur virtually during the same general time frame, with specific individualized decisions made for students through their IEP teams.

Food Service continuing into July BVSD’s Emergency Feeding Program will continue to provide food bags for our families until July 16th on both Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will continue to utilize the following schools as distribution sites: Columbine, Sanchez, Crestview, University Hill, Louisville Middle School, Emerald and Nederland Middle Senior.

Sincerely,

Rob Anderson

Superintendent

Boulder Valley School District

AllTogetherBVSD

Senior Locker Clean Up

Seniors, Below is the senior locker clean up schedule beginning Wednesday, May 13 through Friday, May 15. These are the times you may enter the bu... (see more)

Seniors, Below is the senior locker clean up schedule beginning Wednesday, May 13 through Friday, May 15. These are the times you may enter the building to gather your personal items. If you cannot attend your designated time you may come at during the make up session.

Wednesday 5/13

8-9 am A-BAR

9-10 am BAU-BRU

10-11 am BUCH-CORN

11-12 pm CORT-EDF

12-1 pm ELI-GHIM

1-2 pm GIB-HAGE

2-3 pm HAGGA-HEA

3-4 pm MAKE UP

Thursday 5/14

8-9 am HED-HUT

9-10 am JAC-KEL

10-11 am KEN-LEE

11-12 pm LEL-MAC

12-1pm MAN-MILLE

1-2pm MILLS-NIELL

2-3 pm NIELS-PERLA

3-4 pm MAKE UP

Friday 5/15

8-9 am PERLI-RIC

9-10am RIV-SCHI

10-11am SCHL-SMI

11-12pm SOB-TEE

12-1pm THE-VON

1-2pm VRE-WYS

2-3pm XU-ZIA

3-4pm MAKE UP

2020 Yearbook- Did you purchase one?

Visit our website to check whether or not you've purchased a book yet. Last day to purchase a yearbook was May 10. Yearbook sales are over. We're ... (see more)

Visit our website to check whether or not you've purchased a book yet. Last day to purchase a yearbook was May 10. Yearbook sales are over. We're not doing any sales, just distribution of books during locker cleanout.

Info about the plan for distribution will be coming soon! Stay tuned.

bit.ly/fairviewlance will get you to our website if the hyperlink above doesn't work

Have questions? Contact: Claire-Maria Broaddus [email protected]

Fairview High School

English Teacher

Yearbook Adviser

Senior Graduation Parade Photos

The senior graduation car parade took place on May 17. Photos from FHS Horseshoe. Photos of the parade from the horseshoe and of the flyover. Pho... (see more)

The senior graduation car parade took place on May 17.

Photos from FHS Horseshoe.

Photos of the parade from the horseshoe and of the flyover. Photos by Justin Hein (http://dividevisuals.com/, or @jstnhn on instagram).

Photos from Greenbriar and Chambers.

Photos from Jason Fontillas and Betsy Shehigian.

BVSD Congratulates FHS Seniors 2020 (yard signs)

Daily Camera: BHS, FHS graduating seniors celebrate with car parades

#medicalmaskchallenge- BVSD and CU Team Up

MEDICAL MASK CHALLENGE The CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center and Boulder Valley Schools are teaming up to make our community a little safe... (see more)

MEDICAL MASK CHALLENGE

The CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center and Boulder Valley Schools are teaming up to make our community a little safer. The Medical Mask Challenge asks individuals on teams and in clubs to accept the challenge of either making or acquiring a mask for themselves and one to donate to a hospital, clinic, or other healthcare providers. Together, the schools, teams and clubs of the Boulder Valley School District, working together toward a common cause, can make a huge difference in our community and help save lives. Who are you going to challenge today?

Types of masks accepted: Any type of reusable cloth or surgical mask.

Where can I drop off masks: Masks can be dropped off at the CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center, 2150 Stadium Drive, Boulder. Be sure to take a picture, post, and #medicalmaskchallenge

When can I drop off Masks: Masks can be dropped off anytime between 8am and 5pm Monday – Friday or Saturday, 8 – 12.

For more information #medicialmaskchallenge

Student Council Election Results

ELECTION RESULTS!!! We had a great online election, and with the student body vote and the executive council and faculty council, these will be yo... (see more)

ELECTION RESULTS!!!

We had a great online election, and with the student body vote and the executive council and faculty council, these will be your leaders for next year:

Student Body President: Aria Wozniak Student Body Vice President: Helena Harezlak Student Body Secretary: Fiori Lynch Student Body Treasurer: Alexandra Sobiech Senior Class President: Sierra Zeller Junior Class President: Grace Mills Junior Class Vice President: Gabi Schwartz Sophomore Class President: Ivy DeMeyer Sophomore Class Vice President: Megan Amasa

Thanks to all of you who ran a great campaign and were willing to create campaign videos and vote online since we were out of school for the process. We are all looking forward to a great year next year in Student Council!

Mrs. Brennan

SENIOR PARENTS- IMPORTANT

Families of 2020 Seniors, Graduations I once again want to reaffirm our commitment to the Class of 2020. We will hold graduation ceremonies this y... (see more)

Families of 2020 Seniors,

Graduations I once again want to reaffirm our commitment to the Class of 2020. We will hold graduation ceremonies this year.

While there is no doubt the ceremonies will feel and look different– knowing that it will likely involve social distancing measures and masks – we will celebrate the achievements of our graduating seniors and ensure everyone can participate.

We have tentatively scheduled graduations for the week of July 20*: Fairview 2020 Graduation Thursday, July 23 in the AM

Additionally, please go on to your student's IC account and make sure your mailing address is correct. Things that we would usually hand out to seniors will now have to be mailed. If your mailing address is incorrect in IC please email our Registrar, Staci Sena ([email protected]) and give her your correct mailing address.

Locker Assignment for 20-21 School Year

Toward the end of July or beginning of August, we will have more information regarding sign-ups for student lockers. Please check the Fairview web... (see more)

Toward the end of July or beginning of August, we will have more information regarding sign-ups for student lockers. Please check the Fairview website at the end of the summer break for an update.

National Latin Awards

2020 National Mythology Exam Awards: Level II: Jasper Blume Level IV: Delia McKee-Gresham 2020 National Latin Vocabulary Exam Awards: Level I: ... (see more)

2020 National Mythology Exam Awards:

Level II: Jasper Blume

Level IV: Delia McKee-Gresham

2020 National Latin Vocabulary Exam Awards:

Level I: Dana Dial and Eleanor Malcolm

Level II: Will Bensler, Ilana Diddams, Max Eaton, Jackson Harada, Kaidyn Paakkonen, Davis Painter, Maggie Philpott, and Nick Tanner

Level III: Jenna Rayder and Willem Serface

2019-2020 National Latin Honor Society Members:

  • Kailas Abbott
  • Sam Morgan
  • Morgan Agnew
  • Quinn O’Neill
  • Emily Balog
  • Kaidyn Paakkonen
  • Tegan Bartholomew-Brown
  • Davis Painter
  • William Bensler
  • Joshua Park
  • Jasper Blume
  • Maggie Philpott
  • Brianna Boylan
  • Hannah Rayder
  • Piper Caldara
  • Jenna Rayder
  • Julian Champlin
  • Ariel Robinhold
  • Ilana Diddams
  • Kindra Roden
  • Dana Dial Helen
  • Sebring-Lawler
  • Anastasia Diener
  • Willem Serface
  • Max Eaton
  • Sakura Steinbarth
  • Jackson Harada
  • Lauren Swanback
  • Katherine Higgins
  • Nick Tanner
  • Aparajita Kaphle
  • Ed Wawrzynek
  • Alana Kihn
  • Theo Wells
  • Tobias Lincoln
  • Tristan Wiemer
  • Kaylie Maffeo
  • Phoebe Wu
  • Eleanor Malcolm
  • Sierra Zeller
  • Delia McKee-Gresham

The exam awards can also be seen here.

The national latin honor society members can also be seen here.

2020-2021 SENIOR LOT PERMITS ON SALE IN AUGUST

Senior Parking Permits will be available to purchase in August of 2020. All seniors will be allowed to park in the Senior Lot until permits have b... (see more)

Senior Parking Permits will be available to purchase in August of 2020. All seniors will be allowed to park in the Senior Lot until permits have been sold. Please check this website in early August for additional details.

In the meantime, please keep the following in mind:

Students MUST show a valid driver's license if purchasing a permit; students without a driver's license will not be allowed to purchase and will be added to the wait list.

The permit contract paperwork changes EVERY YEAR. Only the 20-21 contract will be accepted; updated contracts will be available to download in early August.

Thank you for your patience.

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