Monday, April 20, 2020
Good Morning Career Center Family,
Many of you heard Governor DeWine announce Monday that schools in Ohio will remained closed for the remainder of the school year. This means we will continue with remote learning and will not be returning to the Career Center after May 1. We are all very disappointed in this outcome, but understand that it is a proper and justifiable decision with the health of everyone being most important.
We will soon address the many activities we traditionally have at the end of the
school year. We currently know that our annual prom and senior awards ceremony, scheduled for May 9, and May 19, respectively, will be cancelled. We are examining options for both, knowing that it may not be possible, nor feasible, to have such events until the virus subsides. Unfortunately, the timeline for this is unknown. We will keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best.
Current Junior Students and Scheduling for Next Year
Junior students who have not scheduled classes for next year should reach out to their guidance counselor via email. Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. Schwendeman were in the process of having scheduling meetings with students when Governor DeWine issued the stay at home order. Guidance counselors have sent emails to students but many have gone unanswered. Please contact your guidance counselor as soon as possible.
Food for Thought
This bit of information comes courtesy of Mrs. Prichard.
Today is Wednesday, April 22, and the grade period ends on May 22.
WOW! That means you have:
4 weeks, to get your classes done.
4 weeks until the end of the school year.
4 weeks until summer break.
4 weeks (seniors- pass your classes and you will be finished with high school!)
Create that space to work and stick to a daily schedule...you've got 4 weeks
Have a great Wednesday.
Stay healthy and safe.