SAT Students can access pre-tests, practice questions and computer-aided instruction at any time and free of charge provided by Khan Academy. Just visit: www.khanacademy.org/sat to set up an account. When given a choice, choose the new SAT format for March 2016. Take the 4 diagnostic quizzes to allow the site to personalize practice for any weak areas.Try to set aside 30 minutes a day to work on your personal practice sessions. Coming in September, the site will also allow a student to take a practice SAT test.
Community Service Community service provides students with opportunities for college and careers. It enhances physical and mental well being and gives back to our community. In order to participate in the graduation commencement exercises, each student must serve 20 hours of community service (five per year). Since this will go into effect in the fall of 2015, the requirements for each grade level are listed below:
Class of 2016 = Exempt
Class of 2017 = 10 Hours
Class of 2018 = 15 Hours
Class of 2019 & beyond = 20 hours
Community Service logs are available here, in the counseling office and in the main office.
Mr. Ben Gurk (email@example.com) - Principal
Mrs. Cassandra Conaton (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Assistant Principal
Mr. William Stirrett (email@example.com) - Student Relations Director
Mr. Rich Ohngren (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Athletic Director
Mrs. Angela Gouda: Last names beginning with letters A - Harp
Mrs. Crissy Karaszewski: Last names beginning with letters Harr - P
Mr. Rich Varney: Last names beginning with letters Q - Z and CTE students
- Secretary to Principal
- Secretary to Assistant Principal
Mrs. Cozette Slupinski - Secretary to Athletic Director and Student Relations Director
- Secretary to Counselors
"Learning For All"
School starts at 7:30 A.M. All students should be in the classroom when the bell rings each class period. Parents, please call your child in within twenty-four hours when absent. The attendance number is (586) 510-2107.
Letter to Parents
Please click HERE for important information on school safety: A Letter from the Superintendent
Students receive their initial ID.
If you lose, misplace, or forget your ID, students must pay $5 for each additional ID.
Students may call home and have someone bring your ID or pay $5 for a replacement.
No IOUs will be given out.