The fourth marking period report cards have been given out in homeroom this morning.
There will be a Junior Class meeting WEDNESDAY Pd. 13 in Rm. #19B.
There will be a Freshman Class meeting THURSDAY Pd. 13 in Rm. #330.
Class of 2018 shirts are here! If you ordered a shirt please stop by Ms.Tiernan’s room.
Class of 2020 apparel is in! Please pick up in Rm. #220.We have a few copies left of visiting author Ryan Smithson’s book “Ghosts of War” in the library if anyone is interested in purchasing one.
Congratulations to our Odyssey of the Minds teams! This past weekend we had four teams that received honors and recognitions. One team of 10 th graders earned 3 rd place and the Renatra Fusca award. Congratulations! There are 3 teams that took 1 st place in their divisions and will be moving on to the State Tournament on April 8 th . Congratulations and Good Luck!
HS Water Testing Results
December 7, 2016 - The results for the High School building was received this morning and showed that of the 127 samples, only one hallway water fountain or drinking source was found with elevated levels of lead. The High School Science Labs, however, had sixteen sinks with higher than acceptable levels. The water supply was immediately shut off to the hallway water fountain, and signs were posted at the Science Lab sink faucets. Click here for more info.
Extra help is also available at the high school, 2:29-3:02. Teachers will frequently request students to stay for extra help. Students may also request to stay for extra help. If you have any academic concerns or would like your child to stay for extra help, please contact the teacher or guidance department.
There is a late bus Monday through Thursday.
McKinney-Vinto: DID YOU KNOW HELP IS AVAILABLE?
If you share housing with relatives, friends or others because you lost your housing or have nowhere else to go, you may be covered under the McKinney-Vento Act. Students covered under the Act have the right to stay in the same school and get transportation to school, or immediately enroll in the local school.
High School Librarian, Mrs. Fillipone, is excited to report that Hoosic Valley Students in grades 7-12 now have access to the Questar Digital Library. Through their computer or electronic devices (Nook, Kindle, IPad, phone) students can “check-out” e-books. Students should use their student id as their user id (listed on either report cards or schedules) and remember to capitalize their last name. Please see Mrs. Fillipone with any questions.