Tuesday – B Week, A Day; 9:45 MMM in PH
Wednesday – B Week, B Day, Late Start
Thursday – B Week, A Day, Special Schedule – See Below – Honors Day!
Friday – B Week, B Day; 9:45 Club Sponsors Meet with Club Leaders to prepare for Club Draft
Thursday’s Schedule: Honors Day
8:10 – 9:20 Block 1 (70 min.)
9:20 – 9:30 Passing Time
9:30 – 10:30 – Assembly (10-12 in PH, 9 go to advisory)
Seniors – Dotson, Memler, and Scott sit on podium side of PH first 4 rows closest to stage. Billmayer, Mosley, and Street sit on coat rack side of PH first 4 rows closest to stage.
Juniors – Sit in the rows immediately behind seniors on the coat rack side of PH.
Sophomores – Sit in the rows immediately behind the seniors on the podium side of the PH.
**Parents and special guests will sit in the middle section of the PH**
10:30 – 10:45 break/passing time
10:45 – 11:55 – Block 2 (70 min.)
11:50 – 12:00 Passing Time
12:00 – 1:50 – Block 4 (80 min.)
1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)
2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)
2:00 – 3:20 – Block 3 (80 min.)
Click HERE to see our A/B rotation schedule!
Walking Pep Rally this Friday! 8:10
Want to start a club?? Club Information and FAQ
Please make sure you have signed up your club! If you don’t sign up you won’t have a table at Club Draft.
Seniors: Check THIS out for information on SAT and ACT!
Honors Day: This Thursday, Sept. 1
Special Dress Day for all!
Honors Day will be held on September 1 @ 9:30 am. Honors Day for 2023-2025 classes is an event that recognizes the academic achievements of the 9th-11th grade students from the 2021-2022 school year. The families of the students who will be recognized have received an invitation in the mail. Please contact Dr. Marty Rogers or Dee Ward if you have any questions.
Tillman Center Attention!
Our lunch periods are 11:55-12:25 and 1:25-1:55. Middle School lunch periods are 11:25-11:55 and 12:25-12:55. Please do not go in the Tillman Center during middle school lunch periods UNLESS the kids are already sitting down eating and there is no line. Please ask the middle school teachers as well. Thank you!
“Adair was chosen as one of our captains this season and has proven herself to be a natural leader! She comes to practice prepared, ready to learn, and grow her skill as a cheerleader. Adair knows how to keep her teammates on task and is always there to help when anyone has questions. Not only does she help her teammates, but she is constantly asking her coaches for feedback so that she can continue to learn herself! Adair has such a kind personality that makes her so easy to be around, but her hard work and determination shines through when practice or games get tough. We are so excited to continue to watch Adair grow as a cheerleader and are thankful she has been a part of our cheer program for four years! Great job, Adair!“ – Kelsie Webb, Head Coach Varsity Cheerleading
It is a privilege to eat and drink in classrooms and in common spaces. In order to keep doing this, PLEASE throw away your trash and clean up your crumbs. We have new carpet and we also don’t want critters! Make sure your drink has a lid and don’t use styrofoam cups. Thank you so much!
Class Officer Elections!
Sign up sheets are on the Deans’ Door. Deadline to sign up: Friday, Sept. 2. Candidates will meet with Mrs. Farmer at 8:10 on Wednesday, Sept. 7. This is when speeches are due. Speeches are given and election is held on Monday, Sept. 12 (Monday of Interim Week).
Click here to find out more about Student Council and the specific positions. Feel free to stop by the Deans’ office or talk with other Student Council members!
Malone Overend August 29
Ben Bush August 29
Price Swann August 30
Coach Anderson August 30
DJ Sumbry Jr September 2
Mara Thomas September 3
Asha Ballantyne September 3
Fulton Wiant September 4
Mr. Edwards September 4
Coach McPhillips Thursday September 4
David Liu Friday September 5
Thomas Ferland Saturday September 6
Anya Patel 2025 Saturday September 6
Julianna Lumpkin Saturday September 6
Lee Chandler Sunday September 7
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