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COVID-19 Update
As many of you know, we have seen an uptick with the COVID numbers at our school the past few weeks--obviously going against the trend of our community and state.

A very strong majority of the cases are stemming from out-of-school activities  and household close contacts becoming positive. Since the first of the year, none of our close contacts that we have identified at school, have become positive. We continue to be confident in our routines and procedures at school that have consistently been implemented this year. We will keep moving forward.

3rd Quarter Report Cards—Tuesday, March 16
Students will be given their 3rd quarter report cards on Tuesday, March 16, at the end of the day. Be sure to sign the sticker in their planner to signify that you have seen the report card. Additionally, 7th grade students will also be provided their latest ACT Aspire Interim Testing Results.

Track and Field Start Dates
Junior High Track and Field will begin with an informational meeting for students after school on Tuesday, March 23. The meeting will last until approximately 4:15. The first official track and field practice will be slated to begin on Wednesday, March 24 (we will let you know if this date changes). Please make sure your child brings warm clothes to track on a daily basis. Track practice generally lasts until 4:45.

A reminder that all financial aid applications, including scholarships through Bishop O'Gorman Catholic Schools are due by April 1. Please click here to view a list of scholarships. As of now, we have very few applicants for the scholarships associated with the junior high.

7th Grade ACT Aspire Testing-Tuesday, April 13
7th Grade ACT Aspire Testing will take place on Tuesday, April 13. This online test measures academic achievement in the areas of English, math, reading, science, and writing. It is aligned with the ACT College and Career Readiness Standards, making test results meaningful by connecting your child’s score to specific skills and knowledge that are important to success in college and the workplace. The students will spend the majority of this day taking the test. In order for students to do their best, it is important that your child gets plenty of sleep at night and a good breakfast on testing day. Also, please be cognizant of the tests when scheduling appointments or other events that may take your child out of school.

Wish List
Disposable Masks

Dates to Remember
Tuesday, March 16: 3rd Quarter Grades passed out at the end of day homeroom
Wednesday, March 17: No School; Teacher In-Service
Thursday, March 18: No School
Friday, March 19: No School

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