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6.19.20 Messenger

 

Good Afternoon, Green Hope Families,

 

I hope this first official week of summer break is starting off well!

 

I apologize for the technical difficulties!

 

Strawbridge Photos from June 9 Senior Sendoff

FYI-Here’s the link to purchase photos from our diploma conferral event. It takes approximately a week to process and we’re a large graduating class.

Strawbridge Photos

 

Summer Campus Hours

The GHHS campus is closed at this time due to COVID19.  However, we have a skeleton staff on campus 9-3 to allow students to pick up items, including yearbooks, diplomas and personal items.


Request for Final Transcripts:

Seniors, please follow the instructions, below, to submit your final transcripts to colleges.

  • For in-state colleges/universities: You will need to request a final transcript to be sent to your college through www.CFNC.org.  Please note that if you used CFNC.org to request for your transcript to be sent to your college when you applied earlier this school year, then a final transcript will be sent automatically to that college.
  • For out-of-state colleges/universities: You will need to order a final transcript at wcpss.scriborder.com 

 

Summer School Bulletin Link: https://bit.ly/2ARxGfM

 

Summer Enrichment Resources Link: https://bit.ly/2ClIZx3

 

Planning Ahead!

Families With Students In Rising Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

Green Hope High School will be hosting multiple virtual orientation sessions for all grades in August.  As we learn more about what learning looks like, we’ll get information out on our website, and through Falcon Messenger on email/text/twitter.  Please keep an eye out for updates throughout the summer: we’re all in this together!

 

National Honor Society

The application process will open up when after school starts. Please stay tuned for more info at that time.

 

A Special Message From The Town of Cary

Cary Graduates Together is a program that looks to recognize the 2020 graduating class by displaying student’s photos along with their classmates on the outside of the Cary Art Center from 9-11 p.m. through the month of July.  The Cary Arts Center was the original school and high school for the town, and we want to safely recognize the accomplishments of this class by displaying the pictures and names of this graduating class for all to see.  Students will have from now until 11:59 pm on Sunday, June 28th to submit their pictures to be displayed.  By heading to www.townofcary.org/graduates, students will be able to submit their senior photo, a picture in cap and gown, a non-action sports photo, or professional picture to be displayed along with the other graduates from their school. 

 

In addition to the photos being shown on the outside of the building, the fountain in Downtown Cary will be changed to the school colors of the high school being recognized and a special message will be on display at the Cary Theater.  We hope to show that while this may be a different experience for the graduating class, they are not forgotten. 

 

The Town of Cary wants to stress that when students and families come to see the display, they should practice safe social distancing and are encouraged to wear a face mask.  Each school’s show will run multiple times a night for five nights according to the schedule at www.townofcary.org/graduates (shows will be added for rainouts), so if there is a crowd around the Arts Center and Downtown Park, we will encourage students and their families to view it another night.  The show will be postponed or canceled for a night if we do have too large of a gathering.  While we want to honor all the students, we also want to make sure they are safe.

 

If you have any questions regarding the Cary Graduates Together showcase, please email Ryan O’Quinn at ryan.o’quinn@townofcayr.org. 

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Dr Camille Hedrick, Principal