Tickets and a program will be sent home with your student on Tuesday, June 16th. Please be sure to check the back-pack. Tickets are numbered and Mrs. Best will be on hand to help if you lose or do not receive yours. Once again, there are only two tickets per student. If you have a special circumstance, please contact Mrs. Salsman ASAP. To print additonal copies of the program, scroll down.
As you prepare for the final stretch of middle school for your 8th grader, please keep in mind the celebratory activities we have planned. On Wednesday, June 17th, there will be both a Promotion Ceremony (not a graduation) and a Dance. In order to ensure a smooth day for students, parents, and staff, there are a few things to keep in mind:
Policies and Guidelines
The Eighth Grade Celebration and Dance are scheduled for Wednesday, June 17, 2015. Attire should be ‘Dressy Casual.’ Although these are social activities, we still regard them as teaching and learning experiences. We want our students to recognize the following: fashions that are “in” may not always be appropriate. Appropriate attire is determined by the occasion and the time of day it is to occur. Please understand that the HCPSS Dress Code is enforced at all school events.
Guidelines for Females
Guidelines for Males
The following policy applies to all events during and after school hours.
1.HCPSS policy PR-2050 defines absences as:
a.Full Day Absent: A student is counted absent for a full day if the student is present for less than one hour of the school day.
b.Full Day Present: A student is counted present for a full day if the student is absent for less than one hour of the school day.
c.Half Day Present: A student will be credited with a half-day present if the student attends an hour or more of the school day, and/or is absent an hour or more of the school day.
2.Students should be in the building and accounted for by 8:00 AM in order to participate in the event.
3.Any student tardy to school without a physician’s note will be considered unexcused.
4.The Celebration Ceremony is considered a fieldtrip. As such, students must attend Homeroom, and ride the bus to Mt. Hebron in order to participate in the ceremony.
5.Students should come to school dressed appropriately for the event.
Please note that these guidelines will be enforced during all end of year activities for the 8th grade.