SENIOR INFORMATION UPDATE
** May 23, 2013 **
Earlier this month we sent out an informational letter to all graduating seniors and their parents outlining the upcoming graduation and associated graduation activities. This letter is intended to update you on a change in schedule for GRADUATION PRACTICE and THE SENIOR TRIP which had originally been scheduled for Friday, June 7th.
GRADUATION PRACTICE: To facilitate the very fun-filled schedule that the seniors will be enjoying on their senior trip, we have moved GRADUATION PRACTICE to THURSDAY, JUNE 6th, from 3:30 pm to 5pm.
We have not moved SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT, which begins at 6pm at the high school on Thursday night.
FINAL CHECK OUT remains the same - Thursday, June 6th, from Noon to 2:45 pm for library, food services, lockers, fees and fines (office), athletic department (if applicable), and all periods not previously signed off from. LAST STOP will be checking in with Mrs. Wendlandt and turning in the completed FINAL CHECK OUT form. Seniors will not be allowed to participate in Commencement practice and Ceremonies if the Senior Check Out Form is not completed and returned to Kathy Wendlandt in the office prior to 3 pm on Thursday. RUNNING START STUDENTS this means you!
SENIOR TRIP: Seniors will be leaving from the high school FRONT PARKING LOT at 6:00 am SHARP, on Friday, June 7th. Students will need to bring with them the following items: swimsuit, jeans, light jacket, and tennis shoes. Additionally, sunscreen and a towel are highly recommended. Seniors will not be allowed to ride roller coasters and other rides at Silverwood Theme Park in a swimsuit, so they need a change of clothing (something warm)!. Please check the back of this letter for the FIELD TRIP PERMISSION SLIP which has additional important information and must be signed and returned to the high school office as soon as possible. Students will not be allowed to board the bus on Friday morning without a signed permission form!
If you have any questions, please contact our Senior Graduation Advisor, Mr. Bill Davies, here at the high school between 8 and 9:30 am.
CLASS OF 2013 INFORMATION
SENIOR SOBER CELEBRATION: Attention all seniors!!!! This is your last chance to turn in your permission slips for the annual Senior Sober Celebration and be entered in the $100 drawing. Deadline for Permission slips to be turned in to the office was May 15th.
LEAVENWORTH ECHO "KEEPSAKE GRAD EDITION" – The Leavenworth Echo is gathering information for their annual KEEPSAKE GRADUATION edition. Submit your information and photo outline at www.leavenworthecho.com or you can bring a hard copy along with your photos to the Leavenworth Echo office (located behind Dan’s Foods). Information must be submitted no later than Monday, May 20th. Stop by the CHS Office and pick up a hard copy of the form or go online to www.leavenworthecho.com as soon as possible. Again, this deadline is quickly approaching and you do not want to be left out of this wonderful keepsake made available by the Leavenworth Echo!
2013 GRADUATION INFORMATION:
Date and Time: Thursday, June 6, 2013, at 6 pm
Place: Cascade High School – Commons
The Senior Awards Program is an opportunity for seniors to be recognized as recipients of various awards/scholarships for their accomplishments while attending Cascade High School. Parents and family members are encouraged to attend. Valedictorian(s) and Salutatorian(s) recipients (highest Cumulative GPA for last eight semesters) and students who have met the requirements for Honor Cords (3.00 GPA) and Torch Light Pins (3.00 GPA last seven semesters) will also be receiving recognition. Attire for SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT is graduation gowns with no caps.
Date and Time: Saturday, June 8, 2013, at 8:00 pm
Place: Peshastin Football Field*
* In case of inclement weather, Commencement Exercises will be held in the Cascade High School Gymnasium
The decision regarding location of graduation will be made on Friday morning (6/8/12) to allow time for setup, if a change is needed. Only students who have met State HSPE/EOC requirements, Senior Project, High School & Beyond Plan Completion, and district requirements in course offerings with a total of 25 credits are allowed to graduate and participate in commencement exercises.