All 9th-11th Graders: Jun 1 is the deadline for schedule changes for 23-24 course selections. Teachers build their schedules to accommodate the students as best as possible, making it extremely difficult to “change your mind” in August. When the new year rolls around, our schedule will reflect what you choose now, so please get your mind made up and your choices chosen.
Dual Credit Enrollment is going on until Jun 1 for next year’s 11th and 12th graders. If you wish to take a dual credit class next year, you MUST get signed up now! Please see your counselor for either of these concerns.
Prom Tickets are $10 for Seniors and $30 for all others.
Juniors and Seniors: Be sure to get all your fines and fees paid so you can purchase your prom tickets. Also, seniors must have all fines and fees paid to participate in Senior Shut Out. You must check on yourself with anyone/anywhere you may owe items or prices. Check with the cafeteria, library, class sponsors, coaches, etc.
Yearbook Sales: $50, Click the link below.
Mon – 1 Teacher Appreciation Week
6:00 Percussion Ensemble Showcase
Tue – 2 6:00 Band Spring Concert at Auditorium
State Th. Design (Tues- Wed)
11:40 Late Arrival for students NOT Algebra 1 EOC testing.
Wed – 3 8:00 AP Eng Lit Test
12:00 AP Comp Sci Test
11:40 Late Arrival for students, not Biology EOC testing.
Thu – 4 US Hist EOC
Noon AP Stats Test
11:40 Late Arrival for students NOT US History EOC testing.
5:00 HOSA Banquet at Cafeteria
Fri – 5 Band at Washington DC (Fri- Wed)
BPA at Dallas
Sat – 6 8:00 Attendance School Conf. Center, 416
Save the dates
May 9 – 6:00 FFA Banquet at Cafeteria
9 – 7:00 Choir Pops Concert at Auditorium
12 – FFA BBQ Build-off at Ag Shop
13 – 8:00 Prom at Civic Center
15 – Staff Prep Day – No School
16 – Honors Breakfast, Senior Walks, Senior Awards
18 – 6:00 Blue Blazes Banquet at The Venue on Main St.
20 – 6:00 Thespian Banquet at Auditorium
22 – Senior Shut Out
24 – Early Release 1:00 (Student’s Last Day)
26 – 7:00 Graduation at The Prim
Thursday, May 11 – Seniors
You need to turn in fines at the end of the day on 5/11. Students who do not turn in their devices on the 11th will then be put on the records-not-clear list with Mrs. Shipley and have Friday, May 12, to reconcile their fines and be removed from the list to be able to participate in senior events.
*** This is ALL Media Center & Technology items – textbooks, calculators, library books, etc.
Friday, May 12 – Juniors
Tuesday, May 16 Sophomores
Wednesday, May 17th Freshmen
Laptop extension forms may be picked up in the library beginning Apr 17 and are due back to the library no later than May 5
Red River Valley Tourism Association hosts its HWY-82 Yard Sale. It is over 300 miles of treasures just waiting for a new home! It is Friday and Saturday, Jun 2 and 3.
Saturday, Jun 10, is the 16th anniversary of the Northeast Texas Classic Car Show, benefitting the construction and operating expenses of the Red River Valley Veterans Memorial. Each year they host 190+ cars and trucks and are known throughout the area for presenting large trophies in all classes! Registration begins at 8:00 am inside the Love Civic Center, and gates open at 7:00 am. Food vendors will be on-site, and refreshments, entertainment, and door prizes throughout the day. On Friday night, Jun 9, at 6:00 sharp, there will be a “Friday Night Cruise,” all participants will be eligible to win a new TV. In addition, there is water and hot dogs, along with entertainment. Bring your chairs.
It’s Reno’s Summer Celebration on Saturday, June 24, at Kiwanis Paris in Reno. Local vendors, water slides, bounce houses, food, and live music. Then fireworks courtesy of Reno Fireworks. Fun for the whole family!