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Daily Announcements 6/2/2021
Carrie Baca
Wednesday, June 02, 2021

CAFETERIA MENU for today is Flyer Sub, Chips, Fresh Vegetables, Juice, Fruit, Treat and Milk.  Lunch for tomorrow is: Pepperoni Pizza Munchable, Fresh Vegetables, Juice, Fruit, Treat and Milk.

PLEASE RETURN ALL borrowed books to the library. If you have a fine or book overdue PowerSchool access will be turned off.  

STUDENTS PLEASE REMEMBER to return you Chromebook, Charger, and Case after your last exams.  Please return them to Mr. Forrest in room 324. He will be checking computers in from 7:30am to 8am Tuesday through Thursday.  Tuesday he will also be there from 2:45pm to 3:45pm.  On Wednesday and Thursday he will be there from 11:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 2:00pm. 


Wednesday: Classes without seniors will have exams in periods 4, 5 and 6.  All students will be 
dismissed after period 6 at 1:23 pm.  Child care will be provided if necessary.

HR:  7:55 – 8:05
4th period exam:  8:11 – 9:38
5th period exam:  9:44 – 11:14
Lunch (for all students):  11:20 – 11:45
6th period exam:  11:41 – 1:23 (students dismissed for the day at 1:23)

Thursday: Classes without seniors will have exams in periods 7 and 8.  All students will be
dismissed after period 8 at 11:14 am.  Lunch will be provided to students if ordered
ahead of time.  Child care will be provided if necessary.

HR:  7:55 – 8:05
7th period exam:  8:11 – 9:38
8th period exam:  9:44 – 11:14

ENJOY THE FOURTH OF OUR ARTWORK SPOTLIGHTS "Painting and Printmaking" featuring work by high school artists on display in the Gathering Space this week. 

INTERESTED IN HOSTING A STUDENT FROM ABROAD?  St. Paul High School will accept exchange students from abroad for the 21-22 school year!  Youth for Understanding (YFU) is looking for families interested in hosting an exchange student for the 21-22 school year. Many students from around the globe are excited to fulfill their dream of attending an American high school and learning about our culture.  If this is something you are interested in, or if you know of someone in the community that would be a great host family, please feel free to reach out to our YFU contact.  We recognize the benefits that come to our student body when exchange students become part of our school family and your family.   YFU contact person---Kristie Rotz -- mom of over 25 YFU students!  757-439-1407