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SPARTAN HONOR

Honest students will hold one another to high academic, social and civic expectations   
Organized students will assume responsibility for actions and focus on using technology for learning    
Noble students will maintain professionalism; will demonstrate a strong work ethic and integrity
Optimistic students will be open and positive toward new and diverse perspectives
Respectful students will treat each other with fairness, compassion and respect, while valuing differences 

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

AREGENIS HERRERA IS HEADING TO WASHINGTON DC!

Congratulations to Argenis Herrera on being chosen as a Senate Page. Argenis will spend four months in Washington DC!

Entrance to the program is highly competitive and academic standing is an important criterion. 

A pages' primary duties are delivering correspondence and legislative material within the Capitol complex. Other duties include taking messages for senators, calling them to the phone, preparing the Senate chamber for sessions and carrying bills and amendments to the desk.

A rotation system is used so that every page has an opportunity to experience all areas of service.

While in Washington DC, Argenis will also attend the U.S. Senate Page School.

 

 

 

MLK Youth Explosion

Eight Waterbury students were presented with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Awards and Crosby High School teacher Sean Mosley was presented with a Dr. Martin Luther King., Jr. Leadership Award during the second annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Youth Summit on Saturday, January 14, 2017. The event is sponsored by the Concerned Black Clergy Council of Waterbury and the Waterbury Public Schools. 

The students who received awards were: Ama Frimpong-Ansah (Crosby), Evelyn Lopez (Kennedy), Daivayannah Taylor (Enlightenment), Carolyn Kleinschmidt (Waterbury Arts Magent), Breanna Madison (Waterbury Career Academy), Jayden Mobley (Wilby), Solmina Darko (Holy Cross) and Jasmine Williams (Sacred Heart). 

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FREE SAT PREP FOR JUNIORS

Classes will focus on SAT Content and SAT Test Taking Strategies. Hurry .... Space is limited!

CLASS SCHEDULE:
Class #1 - Tuesday, March 7th (2:00pm-4:00pm)
Class #2 - Thursday, March 9th (2:00pm-4:00pm)
Class #3 - Saturday, March 11th SAT practice test (8:30am –   1:00pm)
Class #4 - Tuesday, March 14th (2:00pm-4:00pm)
Class #5 - Thursday, March 16th (2:00pm-4:00pm)
Class #6 - Saturday, March 18th SAT practice test (8:30am – 1:00pm)
Class #7 - Tuesday, March 21st (2:00pm-4:00pm)
Class #8 - Thursday, March 23rd (2:00pm-4:00pm)

 

Transportation will be provided on Tuesdays/Thursdays only.Let us know if you need transportation!

Preference given to juniors who did not take an SAT Prep Course in their class schedule.

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For more information contact Rhonda Morgan at rhondamorgan17@gmail.com

 

Maloney and Rotella Lottery Information

Lottery applications for Maloney and Rotella will be available from February 1st through February 28th, 2017. Applications will be accepted for grades pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Applications will be accepted online at https://Waterbury.GoodwinChoice.com (available starting 2/1/17). 

Open House for Prospective Students
Maloney -  rescheduled to January 24, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. 
Rotella - January 11, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

The Lottery will be held on March 8, 2017. Parents will be notified via mail of the lottery wait list numbers during the week of March 27, 2017. 

January Newsletter

The January Newsletter is available. Click here or click the Newsletters link on the homepage.

 

Mercedez Patrick earns a full scholarship!

Mercedez Patrick has been chosen as a recipient of the Day of Price Scholarship from the University of Connecticut.

Day of Pride Scholarships are awarded to outstanding Connecticut high school seniors who have proven academic ability as demonstrated through high school grades, test scores, class rank, and letters of recommendation. Recipients also show a commitment to diversity and multiculturalism, demonstrate leadership, and contribute to their community. Awards are based upon a very competitive selection process. This is a full scholarship for four years.

Congratulations Mercedez!

Class of 2017 Yearbook Information

Pre-Order your yearbook to ensure you get it in June. The number of yearbooks that are pre-ordered will determine how many are ordered so it is important to plan ahead and order NOW!
To pre-order your yearbook follow the instructions below. The yearbook can only be purchased through this online link.

www.YBPay.lifetouch.com
Yearbook ID Code: 12801017

Yearbook: $40.00
Optional namestamping: $7.00

Senior Day!

On Monday, September 12th, the Class of 2017 Advisors surprised our seniors with an action packed day that included ping-pong, painting, a photo booth, lawn games, basketball, an obstacle course, food, music and lots of fun!!

Thank you Mrs. Lindley and Ms. Paradis for a great day!

For more pictures from Senior Day visit our photo gallery page.

 

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