High School Announcements

  • SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR:  Our Scholastic Book Fair is coming soon and will turn the library into our very own bookstore.  Find hundreds of books from new and favorite authors, popular series, cool posters and school supplies, not to mention fun!  The Scholastic Book Fair will be here from November 17th through the 30th and everyone is invited.  Oh yeah, don’t forget that this Saturday, everyone’s invited to our Scholastic Book Fair Family Event!  That’s right, this Saturday, November 17th from 10-3 in our library.  Bring the family.  There’s plenty of new books for you and them plus it’s the same day as the Craft Fair held at Sault High.  Come join us for 2 fairs, food, family, and fun.  Mark it on your calendar today! 


     

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  • ASVAB:  The Aremed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be administred at Sault High on Tuesday, December 11th beginning at 8:00 a.m.  If you would like to take the ASVAB, please sign up in the Main Office prior to the end of the day on Monday, December 3rd. 


     

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  • THANKSGIVING SCHOOL SCHEDULE:  School will be dismissed at 11:00 on Wednesday, November 21st and resume on Monday, November 26th.  Have a Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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  • SAULT SEAL RECREATION AREA:  The City of Sault Ste. Marie is accepting applications for the Sault Seal Recreation Area (formerly Minneapolis Ski Hill) for various positions this winter.  A posting is in the Career Center Office with more information on how to apply if you are interested. 


     

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  • HERFF JONES CAP & GOWN MEETING:  On Monday, November 19th at 9:00 a.m., Herff Jones will be in the Strahl Theater to distribute packets for cap, gown and announcement orders.  All seniors are encouraged to be in attendance. 


     

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  • DRIVER'S ED:  The following is the schedule for the 2018-2019 school year. Two Segment 1 classes offered:  September 18th and February 5th.  5 Segment 2 classes offered:  September 10, November 12, March 18, April 15, and May 13th. Although it rarely happens, class schedule is subject to change.  Go to the Driver's Ed tab under student resources for full calendar schedule. Oldest high school students on the waiting list who are passing 6 out of 7 classes get priority.


     

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  • HOMEWORK REQUESTS:  Students who have been out for two or more days can request homework by emailing their teachers directly.  The request should be made between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. so staff have an opportunity to prepare the work on their planning time.  Students who are out for only 1 day can make the work up when they return.   Please cc Mrs. Gregory so she is aware of the request for collection purposes. 


     

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  • LUNCH DELIVERY:  If you are delivering lunch to your student, please hand it directly to them at the time of their lunch through the lobby doors, not the secure entrance. Students are not allowed to run out to the car to get the delivery nor will they be allowed out of class to pick up food. Parents are the only people allowed to hand deliver food to a student.  Delivery of food and beverages is not allowed at any other time of the day. There are 2 lunch periods this year:  A lunch is from 11:45 - 12:15 and lunch is from 12:40 - 1:10.


     

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