April Principal’s Message
Welcome to spring and some cold snowy weather! I hope everybody enjoyed their spring break and is ready for the last quarter. This last quarter brings to us State Testing and the following schedule: Monday, April 9th and Tuesday, May 10th, 9th & 10th grades will take the Language Arts test while 11th & 12th grades will be on a two-hour delay bell schedule. Monday, April 30th, 9th grade will take the Algebra test and 10th grade will take the US History test. Again, 11th & 12th grades will be on a two-hour delay schedule. Tuesday, May 1st, 10th grade will take Geometry and 11th grade will take the Government test. 9th & 12th grades will be on a two-hour delay schedule. Finally, on Wednesday, May 2, 10th grade will be taking the Biology test while 9th, 11th, and 12th grades will be on a two-hour delay. All busses will be running on a normal schedule during testing. Students who don’t have a ride will be housed in the gym for a study hall.
Please do everything you can to maximize your potential for success on these state tests!
Our spring musical opens up on Thursday, April 12 with shows also on Friday and Saturday all starting at 7:30 PM. Come on out to support and watch our students perform the Little Mermaid.
April also brings the start of our spring sports season. I want to wish good luck to our baseball, softball, track, and tennis athletes as they compete for championships this spring!
On Friday, April 27 we have the last round of the Gale Revolution at our Pep Rally. We will also be recognizing our seniors in clubs and Career Tech programs during the Pep Rally. We will see who will be the champions at the Gale Revolution for the year, seniors or staff. Seniors, you only have 31 school days left until your finals; make them count!
Scott Burre, Principal
Lancaster High School