Accompanied by live music from the Seminole Ridge High School marching band, the SRHS school counseling department and the Hawk Class of 2016 celebrated the annual College Decision Day on April 26 before the school day began. College-bound seniors signed a banner to indicate their post-secondary plans and received a variety of congratulatory goodies for the day.
Coffee Talk with Freshman Parents May 25 — The SRHS counseling department invites the parents of freshman students to a Coffee Talk on Wednesday, May 25 from 7:45 to 8:30 a.m. in the media center. Topics of discussion will be dual enrollment and credit recovery opportunities.
Dual enrollment is a program that allows high school students to earn both high school and college credit simultaneously by taking college courses.
Students who have failed one or more state-required core classes should be enrolled as soon as possible in a credit recovery course to begin the recovery process. Failing state-required classes will cause students to be off track for graduation, but credit recovery opportunities are available on campus and online.
Refreshments will be served. RSVP to the guidance office at (561) 422-2610 or to email@example.com.
Thespians Induct Members, Choose Officers — Congratulations to the incoming officers and the latest inductees for the SRHS chapter of the International Thespian Honor Society. Officers are: Rowan Pelfrey, president; Alexander Quiggle, vice president; Alexandra Whittington, secretary; Georgia Williams, treasurer; Deja Gamble, historian; and Heidi Higdon, publicity-house-technology. New inductees are: Lya Antoine, Dana Bryan, Netania Baugh, Shauna Dougal, Mercel Ellison, Ethan Engh, Alexis Ferland, Deja Gamble, Jonathon Heine, Samantha Heine, Heidi Higdon, Lindsay Kohlhurst, Alexander Long, Danielle Masi, Emily Moree, Jacob Perry, Amanda Salvino, Antonia Spado, Monica Vazquez, Alexandra Whittington and Karly Yesbeck.
Hawks Celebrate Challenge Winners — As part of National Financial Literacy Month, Hawk seniors celebrated the results of the FAFSA Challenge, a friendly competition among the economics classes for the greatest number of seniors completing the federal financial aid paperwork by March 31. First-place winner — Andrea Caceres’ first-period class — received a breakfast party. Second place went to Dr. Eric Schoenfeld’s third-period class, and Becky Bush’s third-period class received third place. There is still time to apply for FAFSA. Visit www.fafsa.gov for more information.
ABOVE: SRHS school counselors await the arrival of seniors.