Spartan Weekly: June 5, 2022
The final week of classes reminded us of the importance of our Spartan family.
We remain Spartan Strong.
Class of 2022 - REVIEW THE GRADUATE HANDBOOK SENT 5/21
(If you still need to pick up tickets, see details at the bottom of this message)
It’s Exam Week - make sure those Chromebooks are charged and ready!
Don't forget to pick up pre-ordered yearbooks exams each day in the concession stand!
Sanderson PTO Spartan Voice Newsletter
Sanderson Sandscript (Student News of SHS)
SAVE THE DATE
- June 5: Senior Baccalaureate Service at Trinity Baptist 4:00pm
- June 6-10: Final Exam Week – view schedule
- June 10: Graduation at RCC 8:00pm
UPDATES & REMINDERS
IMPORTANT UPDATES FROM STUDENT SERVICES
Counselors are Here to Support You! If you need to talk with a counselor due to our lock down on Friday and/or if you need any supports as you prepare for your summer, please connect with your counselor and/or any member of our Student Support Services Department.
Taking an AP Class in 2022-23?? Review AP Course Summer Assignments to see AP summer work that should be completed to prepare for the upcoming school year. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Johnson Ward, email@example.com.
Student Support Services over the summer: Please note many of our counselors will be on summer break. You may call the Student Support Services department and they will direct you accordingly to the Dean and/or other staff to follow up with you.
ACADEMIC RECOVERY SUMMER SCHOOL
Sanderson will host academic recovery this summer in-person/on campus ONLY. There is no cost to families for summer school. Sanderson will offer students the opportunity to continue their academic studies for courses in which credit was not earned. These courses would include those that did not receive a passing S1 and /or S2 grade. Students will be able to complete work through GradPoint to recover credit in a variety of classes and receive a “P” for passing on the transcript for S1 and/or S2. To support students through this work, Sanderson will have teachers available to provide assistance to students in completing their work. If a student is interested in continuing to work during the summer using GradPoint to recover his/her grade, the student should complete the Summer School Interest Form.
Date: July 6 - Aug. 4, 2022
Time: Session 1: 8:00-11:30 and Session 2: 12:00-3:30
Morning Courses - English and Social Studies
Afternoon Courses - Math and Science
END OF YEAR MEDICINE PICK UP
An adult must pick up all remaining medication(s) on your child’s last day of school. Medication(s) cannot be sent home on the bus. All unclaimed medication will be discarded 10 working days after your child’s last school day.
Pick-up medication at SHS during the following times:
June 6-9 from 11:30 -2:00
June 14-16 from 11:30 -2:00
NO MEDICATION PICKUP - Friday 6/10 or Monday 6/13.
Medications will be destroyed on June 23rd, 2022.
Medication Information for 22-23 School Year:
Prior to the first day of school please complete and return the Form 1702 “Parent Request and Physician’s Order Form for Medication” to SHS.
An adult must bring the Form 1702 and medication(s) to school on/or before the first day
of school. If medication(s) are not provided, school staff will call 911 in any emergency.
A new medication form must be completed if there are changes in medication directions.
High School students may self-administer over-the-counter medication(s) without a Form 1702. If you have previously provided medication for your child and will not be providing medication for the upcoming school year, please contact our School Nurse (Ms. Jessica Batista, firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Medication(s) must be in a bottle/container from the pharmacy
- Labels on medication bottle/container(s) and doctor’s section of Form 1702 must match
- Check expiration dates on all medication(s)
- IMPORTANT: School staff are not allowed to give expired medication(s)
- During the school year, you will be given 10 working days to pick up expired
- All expired medication(s), not picked up after 10 working days, will be discarded
- A new medication form must be completed if there are changes in medication directions
2022-23 IMPORTANT CHANGES TO SCHOOL BREAKFAST/LUNCH
Beginning with the 2022-23 school year, full-paid breakfast will be $1.75, and lunch will be $3.25. Families need to complete the 2022-23 meal benefits application, which will be available online at www2.myschoolapps.com starting July 1. Paper copies will be available for pick up at the school office.
For families who completed the 2021-22 meal benefits application, the eligibility benefit will be effective for their student's first 30 school days of the 2022-2023 school year.
We need you to complete a 2022-2023 meal benefits application so our school can be eligible for extra funding next year. If you have not completed a free or reduced-price meal application and think your child may be eligible, pick up an application at your child’s school or apply online. Paper applications can also be requested by calling 919-588-3535 or 919-856-2920 or emailing email@example.com.
JUST FOR SENIORS
TICKETS, STOLES, and REGALIA for PICK UP
If you still need to pick up your tickets or other graduation items, come to the main office between 8-10am Monday 6/6 or Tuesday 6/7. As a reminder: Senior Fee is required to be paid to receive stole/tickets, etc. Your senior’s fee is located under “Fees” in PowerSchool. Reach out to Lisa Messick (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions regarding your student’s fees/fines.
Online payments only https://bit.ly/SandersonHS-OSP
Be sure to review the GRADUATE HANDBOOK!
MESSAGE FROM STUDENT SERVICES
Attention Seniors, if you have not completed the Senior Survey at this link, please do so by June 7th! You must use your student account to access the link. Seniors you will need to submit your Final Transcripts to your schools. Click here to learn how to send colleges/universities your final transcripts.
Senior Baccalaureate Service June 5th 4pm Trinity Baptist
The Sanderson High School Baccalaureate Service will be held on June 5, 2022 at 4:00 at Trinity Baptist Church on Six Forks Road. Seniors should wear their gowns (no caps) and be at Trinity by 3:40. The speaker this year is a Sanderson Community member. All Seniors and their families are invited. This event does not require tickets. Baccalaureate is sponsored by the Senior Boosters. For questions, contact Brooke Stickney (email@example.com) or Robin Vincent (firstname.lastname@example.org).
MESSAGE TO CLASS OF 22 FROM SANDERSON ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
We want to keep in touch with you as you move into the next phase of your education and work journey. Join the Sanderson Alumni Association to stay connected to everything happening at Sanderson High School. It doesn't cost anything. Filling out this Alumni Form is all it takes. We will email you occasionally about upcoming alumni get-togethers, school updates and more.