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3-7 December - The Last Week of Classes

posted Dec 2, 2018, 5:04 AM by HSD Principal   [ updated Dec 2, 2018, 5:10 AM ]
Are you ready for the end of the semester yet? I know I am. Here's a quick run-down of what's happening this week.

Maddy shared the Semester Exam Schedule with you. Please check it over right now and let her know about any problems - or forever hold your peace. The schedule will be made public early this week.

Tuesday for ASERT, we will have a quick HSD meeting, followed by teachers meeting in their curricular teams again. 

It looks like we will have almost 40 students on detention this week. If you need some student help on Wednesday afternoon, let Mars know and we will send some students your way.

Later this week, Mars will share a Student Feedback to Teacher form with you. There are a standard set of questions on the form, but there will be space at the bottom for you to get student feedback on your annual goals. Include at least one question specific to your goals, then share the form with at least one of your classes so you can have some feedback on how the first semester has gone. Student feedback is for your benefit; students see you at work the most, so they have the most insight on your practices as a teacher. 

Thursday during homeroom, houses will meet together again to participate in activities planned by the house chairmen. Again, you can check with your student leaders to see if they need any help from your end.

Friday during activity period, the seniors will take a class picture in caps and gowns so that the early grads can be a part of the photo. Other classes will have the time free.

Our Staff Christmas Banquet is this Saturday. Come join us for a time of celebrating our savior's arrival as Emmanuel. 

Thank you for all your hard work this semester. Keep at it for a few more days until break. Hebrews says that anticipating these times of rest should remind us to anticipate the true rest - the true Sabbath - we will ultimately receive.
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