Deadline for Schedule Changes

All student initiated requests to add a new class in semester 1 must be made by Friday, August 18th at 3pm.

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Opportunity for GoPo Hours

United Way is hosting a 2-week Jump Start to Kindergarten program at both Campbell Elementary and McPhee Elementary. Volunteers are needed to help the teachers with the incoming kindergartners. Volunteers will read with the children, help them practice their letters, numbers, writing their name, etc. Sign up using this link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0544a4a72ca1ff2-20172.

 If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Wischhof at 402.540.8996.

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Project Homeless Connect Lincoln Needs Voluteers

The Lincoln Homeless Coalition and Veteran Administration needs volunteers to help tear down for their Project Homeless Connect event, which will be held on October 11th at Pinnacle Bank Arena.  This would include packing up clothing, clearing the food area, packing books, and helping vendors load their cars after a LONG day of giving many hours and services to the guests. Your help will be greatly appreciated!

For more information on Project Homeless Connect Lincoln, please contact Denise Packard at dpackard4@unl.edu

If you are under the age of 18, please have your parent or guardian sign the attached permission form. Permission Form

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The Common App Refresh Starts July 24 – System Opens August 1

Refresh, relax, take a short break. The 2016-2017 Common Application will be offline starting on Monday, July 24. We’re putting the final touches on the 2017-2018 Common Application. We’ll be back on Tuesday, August 1 – ready and refreshed for the new school year.

If you’re in the groove and not quite ready to take an application break, you can:

* Create your account (before July 24),

Explore colleges,

* Work on your essay, or

* Learn more about paying for college.

But really… take a break. You deserve it!

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Use the Following Criteria as a Guide When Considering Your Schedule Change Request

You have taken and passed a course that is on your schedule.
You are a senior and are missing a required class for graduation.
You have the same course listed twice on your schedule.
There is a gap in your schedule (you are missing a period).
You have not met a prerequisite for a class that is on your schedule.  (i.e.: scheduled for Pottery 2, but have not taken Pottery 1)
You have a course you did not request and would like to see if a different course is available.
Your schedule says: SEE COUNSELOR for any period 1-7.

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Summer Schedule Change Procedures

Schedules have been mailed and students should have them soon! Students may begin making appointments with their counselor beginning Monday, July 17th by calling the counseling center at 402-436-1302, opt #3.

 

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Schedules, Schedules, Schedules!

Students will receive schedules through the mail in mid-July.  Instructions will be included on how and when to make an appointment with the student’s alpha counselor.  There will be appointment dates in late July as well as the week before school starts,  and there will be walk-in (no appointment needed) time on Aug. 2 and 3 during ‘Readiness Days’.

We look forward to seeing you again soon!

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Important Notice To All Seniors

Seniors remember to remove all of your data that you have stored on Google Drive. Even if you are unsure that you will ever want it in the future, it is very important to grab it now. As of graduation day, it will no longer be available to you! For directions on how to remove your data, please go to this link and follow the directions at http://home.lps.org/…/…/05/03/export-your-google-drive-data/

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Commencement Reminders

Commencement Exercises

The Fiftieth Annual Commencement Ceremony will take place at Bob Devaney Sports Center on Sunday, May 28th at 4:30 p.m.  All graduates will report to the staging area by 3:15 p.m. to receive last minute instructions and to organize the “Senior Walk.”

Appropriate Dress

Men:  Dress shoes and socks; dress slacks (no shorts); dress shirt (tie preferred but not required).

Women:  Dress, skirt, or dress slacks (no shorts) and dress blouse; dress shoes.

Caps and Gowns

Mortarboards should be worn with the flat surface horizontal and the tassel over the right eye.  Gowns may need light pressing with a cool iron.  It is best to hang the gown for a few days to remove the wrinkles.  Nothing is to be added to the cap or gown, and no items are to be taken into the arena to distract from the ceremony.  Corsages are not considered appropriate for wearing on the gowns.  Members of the National Honor Society can wear medallions that may be purchased in the East High administrative office.

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2017-18 Schedules

All current 9, 10, and 11th graders can pick up NEXT YEAR’S schedule in the commons on Monday, May 15 before 1st period.  If you see a problem with your courses, there will be instructions on the back of the schedule on how to request a change.  Any schedule not picked up by the end of 1st period will be available in the counseling center.

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