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  • Graduation is June 3rd!

    For the 2021 graduation, each Senior will receive 5 tickets for graduation; no other tickets are available due to social distancing requirements. There will be no graduation rehearsal. Seniors must report to the stadium on June 3 by 7am, to be seated on the field. Graduation tickets will be distributed after exams on Thursday, May 27 from 1-4 pm, as a drive-by pick up, at the front of the school. Seniors must have all fees paid, returned Chromebook and charger, library and SPCC books returned in order to receive graduation tickets. You may pay fees and return items during the drive-by on May 27 from 1-4pm.

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  • 2020 JROTC Patriot Awards

    The Veterans Services Office, County Manager Mark Watson, Board of Commissioners Chairman Jerry Simpson and Commissioner Richard Helms presented the 2020 JROTC Patriot Awards to selected JROTC Recipients from Team UCPS high schools. Congratulations to these cadets including our own Liam Thomas!

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  • September is Suicide Prevention Month

    September is National Suicide Prevention Month: Hope, Resilience, Recovery-- Suicide can be prevented and recovery is possible. Join us in showing your support by adding words of encouragement to the Heart Wall.

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  • Logan Nichols announced as candidate for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's 2020 Student of the Year.

    Parkwood Junior, Logan Nichols, has been accepted as a candidate in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's 2020 Students of the Year campaign. Students are nominated based on leadership, passion to find a cure for blood cancers and involvement in the community. Candidates then participate in a national seven-week challenge to raise funds and awareness for the fight against blood cancers. This year's campaign begins on January 26, 2020, and culminates on March 13, 2020 with a celebration in Charlotte. Last year alone, there were more than 5,000 high school students participating throughout the country and this year we are excited to have Logan represent Parkwood High! She is running in honor of Will Henely and River Peedin, both local cancer survivors. To get involved or learn more about the campaign, please visit www.StudentsoftheYear.org.

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Announcements

  • 5th Block: Recharging the Pack

    We are excited to intoduce 5th Block to our students and staff on Thursday, May 13th. That day we will have a modified schedule so that students can reconnect and recharge with their teachers and classmates. Students will be given the opportunity to participate in three activites of their choosing. They should use this form to sign up. Signups will start May 6th at 8:00am and end at midnight on Sunday, May 9th. If students do not sign up during that time period they will be placed in activities. Seniors may start signing up during 1st block on May 6th, Juniors during 2nd block, Sophomores during 3rd block and Freshmen during 4th block. If students sign up before their assigned time their submission will be deleted and they will need to sign up again at the start of their time. We are excited to Recharge the Pack! 

     

    Note: This is for students attending face to face classes. 

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  • Important Surveys for Seniors

    Seniors please complete the following Senior Survey by Monday, May 10th so that you can be included in the Academic/Work/Military Recognition Day! We want to celebrate you!

    https://forms.gle/UqAodpaiu7mjzEjd7

     

    Seniors, complete the following link for SENIOR WEEK events survey by Monday, May 10th, whether you plan to attend or not! We need to know your plans and want to prepare to celebrate you!

    https://forms.gle/gJvHzMBhcSKn7JDfA

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  • Cap and Gown Photos

    Cap and gown photos will take place on Tuesday, May 18, from 8:30am to 3:00pm. Seniors may drop in at anytime during these hours to have their photo taken. 

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  • End of Course Testing Informaiton

    As we approach the end of a most unusual school year, we would like to share information on the expectations for students to participate in end-of-year testing. Unlike spring 2020, all students are expected to take the following tests as required by federal and state laws: 

    • End-of-course tests in NC Math 1, NC Math 3, English II, and Biology

    Unfortunately, it is not possible to have students take these tests at home. Students will take these tests in person, in school, with health and safety protocols in place. The well-being of our students, teachers, and communities is the highest priority. To support safe settings and to give students access to the tests, the testing window has been extended so fewer students are in a school at the same time.

    We understand there may be concerns about students in virtual settings coming to school to take a test. Please consider the value of having information on your student’s learning for this school year, particularly in planning for instruction next year.

    As we have all experienced in the past several months, by working together we can make the best decisions for each student. If you have any concerns or needs, please contact your student’s teacher for more information or a discussion on how we can best meet the needs of your student and your family.

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