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Please remember that all student schedule changes for next year must take place prior to Tuesday, June 18, School Counselors do not change schedules over the summer, or next fall.  SWHS does not have a free add/drop window.  See your School Counselor soon if you have schedule concerns. 

Senior parking passes for the 2019 - 2020 school year are available for purchase.  The cost for a pass is $100.  Only complete applications along with all required documents will be accepted.  Passes are sold on a first come first serve basis.  Click here for the application.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 14, 2019 at 9:14 AM
  

Please remember that all student schedule changes for next year must take place prior to Tuesday, June 18, School Counselors do not change schedules over the summer, or next fall.  SWHS does not have a free add/drop window.  See your School Counselor soon if you have schedule concerns. 

Senior parking passes for the 2019 - 2020 school year will be available for purchase beginning today, Thursday, June 13.  The cost for a pass is $100.  Only complete applications along with all required documents will be accepted.  Passes are sold on a first come first serve basis.  Click here for the application.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 13, 2019 at 9:25 AM
  

Please remember that all student schedule changes for next year must take place prior to June 18, School Counselors do not change schedules over the summer, or next fall.  SWHS does not have a free add/drop window.  See your School Counselor soon if you have schedule concerns. 

Are you a junior starting to look for money for college? Are you an advocate for LGBTQ+ issues and an artist who examines allyship?  The Allen Book Award Scholarship is looking for you!  Come to the Rockville Library tonight at 6 pm to learn more about monies available and engage in community conversation.  See Mrs. Wlodarczyk for more info. www.allenbookawardscholarship.org  

Senior parking passes for the 2019 - 2020 school year will be available for purchase beginning Thursday, June 13.  The cost for a pass is $100.  Only complete applications along with all required documents will be accepted.  Passes are sold on a first come first serve basis.  Click here for the application.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 12, 2019 at 9:37 AM
  

Please remember that all student schedule changes for next year must take place prior to June 18, School Counselors do not change schedules over the summer, or next fall.  SWHS does not have a free add/drop window.  See your School Counselor soon if you have schedule concerns.

Senior parking passes for the 2019 - 2020 school year will be available for purchase beginning Thursday, June 13.  The cost for a pass is $100.  Only complete applications along with all required documents will be accepted.  Passes are sold on a first come first serve basis.  Click here for the application.

The Interact Club would like to congratulate our Volunteer of the Year Award recipient.  This student completed the most community service hours out of the 151 members in our club.  Congratulations to Tracy Doan our 2018-2019 Volunteer of the Year!

Still looking for a summer job?  One last opportunity just came in to the Career Center.  If you are interested in the aviation industry or mechanical, electrical or related jobs, check out the flyer for more information.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 11, 2019 at 8:43 AM
  

Attention all students taking AP Language and Composition next year:  There will be a brief meeting about the summer work after school today, Monday, June 10 at 2:00 pm in the cafeteria.  If you cannot make it, please see Ms. Flachsbart in room 129. 

Please remember that all student schedule changes for next year must take place prior to June 18, School Counselors do not change schedules over the summer, or next fall.  SWHS does not have a free add/drop window.  See your School Counselor soon if you have schedule concerns.

Still looking for a summer job?  One last opportunity just came in to the Career Center.  If you are interested in the aviation industry or mechanical, electrical or related jobs, check out the flyer for more information.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 10, 2019 at 8:41 AM
  

Are you interested in joining a new club next year?  The UNICEF club will provide volunteer opportunities and possible leadership roles.  A brief informational meeting will be held today, Friday, June 7 after school in room 129.

There will be a Young Eagles Rally at Meriden-Markham Airport tomorrow, Saturday, June 9 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Visitors ages 8 to 17 will be able to take a free flight and see what real pilots do before, during and after a flight.  Bring a parent or guardian and register at the event.  A flyer is hanging in the Career Center.

Attention all students taking AP Language and Composition next year:  There will be a brief meeting about the summer work after school on Monday, June 10 at 2:00 pm in the cafeteria.  If you cannot make it, please see Ms. Flachsbart in room 129. 

The Italian Club will have its final meeting of the year on Monday, June 10 right after school.  We will be playing bocce and eating pizza, a nice way to de-stress before finals.  Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in room 226.  All are welcome.

Model UN Country and Committee signups for returning members are up.  Use the form on the Model UN classroom to sign up.  If you are not in the classroom, the code is MISCDW (display on screen).  Join soon in order to get ready for next year's conference.

If you enjoy working with people and have a flair for fashion, Clothes Mentor may be looking for you.  They have an immediate opening for part-time sales associates and are interested in hiring at least one South Windsor High School student who can work.  Please note, this is more than a summer job as they want someone who will work all year long, whether you are staying on at SWHS or attending college locally.  A complete job description and other materials are hanging in the Career Center or applicants are encouraged to visit the store on Buckland Road.

Students interested in STEM and engineering related fields can check out summer camps happening at UConn this summer.  The Explore Engineering, or E2, is for current sophomore or junior students and the SPARK program is for female students entering 7th through 10th grades and offers four different study options in STEM-related areas.  Flyers are hanging in the Career Center and both programs are listed in the Enrichment section in Naviance.  Application deadlines are coming up soon.

Please remember that all student schedule changes for next year must take place prior to June 18, School Counselors do not change schedules over the summer, or next fall.  SWHS does not have a free add/drop window.  See your School Counselor soon if you have schedule concerns.

Students who have an interest in attending Williams College are encouraged to apply to their Windows on Williams (WOW) program, which is an all-expenses paid opportunity to spend three days on campus in September, fully integrated into the college’s community.  This is a selective program with preference given to high-achieving students who could not otherwise afford to visit Williams.  To apply, visit admissions.williams.edu/wow.  You can also find the program with a link for application in the Enrichment Opportunities section of Naviance.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 07, 2019 at 8:53 AM
  
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Today is the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, which was the Allied invasion of Normandy and helped turn the tides of World War II.  We would like to recognize the sacrifice that all soldiers made on that day for freedom.
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Come see the FREE Unified Theater Show in the Auditorium, tonight at 6:00 pm.

If you are taking AP Economics next year and could not make the meeting on Wednesday, please come to room 160 before school anytime between 6:45 am and 7:20 am on Friday, June 7.

Model UN Country and Committee signups for returning members are up. Use the form on the Model UN classroom to sign up.  If you are not in the classroom, the code is MISCDW (display on screen).  Join soon in order to get ready for next year's conference.

If you are taking AP Economics next year, you must see Mr. Mabey in room 160 before school or during school day to receive summer assignment and book before the end of the day on Friday, June 7.

Are you interested in joining a new club next year?  The UNICEF club will provide volunteer opportunities and possible leadership roles.  A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday, June 7 after school in room 129.

The National Honor Society will host a final exam review on Friday, June 7.  The review will take place right after school in the cafeteria.  Feel free to stop by if you have any questions.

Also, the National Honor Society will hold an AP book swap Friday, June 7 in the morning right outside of the cafeteria.  They are collecting books, flash cards, and other review materials.  You may also pick up available materials for AP exams that you are taking next year. 

If you enjoy working with people and have a flair for fashion, Clothes Mentor may be looking for you.  They have an immediate opening for part-time sales associates and are interested in hiring at least one South Windsor High School student who can work.  Please note, this is more than a summer job as they want someone who will work all year long, whether you are staying on at SWHS or attending college locally.  A complete job description and other materials are hanging in the Career Center or applicants are encouraged to visit the store on Buckland Road.

Seniors – are you excited about the next school you plan to attend and want to show it off?  Stop by the Career Center and look through some of the college gear that admissions representatives have left during their visits this year.  You may find a folder, hat, water bottle, banner, or bag with your future college’s name on it.  Mrs. Carty will happily gift items on a first come, first serve basis.

Students interested in STEM and engineering related fields can check out summer camps happening at UConn this summer.  The Explore Engineering, or E2, is for current sophomore or junior students and the SPARK program is for female students entering 7th through 10th grades and offers four different study options in STEM-related areas.  Flyers are hanging in the Career Center and both programs are listed in the Enrichment section in Naviance.  Application deadlines are coming up soon.

Attention all students taking AP Language and Composition next year:  There will be a brief meeting about the summer work after school on Monday, June 10 at 2:00 pm in the cafeteria.  If you cannot make it, please see Ms. Flachsbart in room 129. 

The Italian Club will have its final meeting of the year on Monday, June 10 right after school.  We will be playing bocce and eating pizza, a nice way to de-stress before finals.  Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in room 226.  All are welcome.

Attention Seniors who were inducted into a language honor society:  Please stop by room 227A to get your Spanish, Italian, Latin, or French Language Honor Society Cords.

Athletic News:

Athletic surveys for spring athletes will take place after school today in the cafeteria.  All spring athletes are encouraged to attend to complete this survey.  The survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and your input is valuable in improving our athletic programs here at SWHS.

If you are interested in playing Boys’ Soccer in the fall, please meet the coaches today, June 6 from 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm in room 102.  They will be there to talk about upcoming summer soccer, camps, conditioning and other soccer related news.  If you can’t make it, please contact Coach Lepak or Coach Kaufman.

Anyone interested in playing Girls' Soccer in the fall, please plan to meet after school today, June 6 from 2:10 pm to 2:40 pm in room 154.  If you cannot attend please see Coach Camire.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 06, 2019 at 8:53 AM
  

If you are taking AP Economics next year, please stop by after school today, Wednesday, June 5 for a brief meeting in room 160 with Mr. Mabey to pick up your summer assignment.  If you cannot make it Wednesday after school - stop into room 160 before school anytime between 6:45 am and 7:20am on Thursday, June 6 or Friday, June 7.

Mind's Eye will host the last Coffee House of the year tonight, Wednesday, June 5 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm in the library.  There will be an open mic to share your writing or music.  Snacks will be provided and all are welcome.

If you are taking AP Psychology next year, please attend the mandatory meeting on Thursday, June 6 in the back of the Media Center.  Please see Ms. Caless or Ms. Simcik if you have any questions.

Art Club will have its final meeting of the year on Thursday, June 6 right after school in room 7.  We will continue to finish any artwork, discuss plans for next year and celebrate the completion of this year.

The FBLA handball tournament is this Thursday, June 6 in the gym from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.

Are you interested in joining a new club next year?  The UNICEF club will provide volunteer opportunities and possible leadership roles.  A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday, June 7 after school in room 129.

The National Honor Society will be hosting a final exam review on Wednesday and Friday, June 5 and 7.  The review will take place right after school in the cafeteria.  Feel free to stop by if you have any questions.

Also, the National Honor Society will be holding an AP book swap this week until Friday, June 7, every morning, right outside of the cafeteria.  They are collecting books, flash cards, and other review materials.  You may also pick up available materials for AP exams that you are taking next year. 

Model UN Country and Committee signups for returning members are up.  Use the form on the Model UN classroom to sign up.  If you are not in the classroom, the code is MISCDW (display on screen). Join soon in order to get ready for next year's conference.

All freshman who bought a Freshman Class of 2022 shirt - we will be wearing our shirts this Friday.  Show your support for your class! 

If you enjoy working with people and have a flair for fashion, Clothes Mentor may be looking for you.  They have an immediate opening for part-time sales associates and are interested in hiring at least one South Windsor High School student who can work.  Please note, this is more than a summer job as they want someone who will work all year long, whether you are staying on at SWHS or attending college locally.  A complete job description and other materials are hanging in the Career Center or applicants are encouraged to visit the store on Buckland Road.

Seniors – are you excited about the next school you plan to attend and want to show it off?  Stop by the Career Center and look through some of the college gear that admissions representatives have left during their visits this year.  You may find a folder, hat, water bottle, banner, or bag with your future college’s name on it.  Mrs. Carty will happily gift items on a first come, first serve basis.

Students interested in STEM and engineering related fields can check out summer camps happening at UConn this summer.  The Explore Engineering, or E2, is for current sophomore or junior students and the SPARK program is for female students entering 7th through 10th grades and offers four different study options in STEM-related areas.  Flyers are hanging in the Career Center and both programs are listed in the Enrichment section in Naviance.  Application deadlines are coming up soon.

Attention all students taking AP Language and Composition next year:  There will be a brief meeting about the summer work after school on Monday, June 10 at 2:00 pm in the cafeteria.  If you cannot make it, please see Ms. Flachsbart in room 129. 

The Italian Club will have its final meeting of the year on Monday, June 10 right after school.  We will be playing bocce and eating pizza, a nice way to de-stress before finals.  Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in room 226.  All are welcome.

Attention Seniors who were inducted into a language honor society:  Please stop by room 227A to get your Spanish, Italian, Latin, or French Language Honor Society Cords.

Athletic News:

Athletic surveys for spring athletes will take place after school today and tomorrow in the cafeteria.  All spring athletes are encouraged to attend to complete this survey.  The survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and your input is valuable in improving our athletic programs here at SWHS.

If you are interested in playing Boys’ Soccer in the fall, please meet the coaches on Thursday, June 6 from 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm in room 102. They will be there to talk about upcoming summer soccer, camps, conditioning and other soccer related news.  If you can’t make it, please contact Coach Lepak or Coach Kaufman.

Anyone interested in playing Girls' Soccer in the fall, please plan to meet after school on Thursday, June 6 from 2:10 pm to 2:40 pm in room 154.  If you cannot attend please see Coach Camire.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 05, 2019 at 9:10 AM
  

To all students taking an UConn ECE course next year, the deadline to upload your parent consent form to UConn’s website is this Friday, June 7.  See your School Counselor with any questions.

Unified Theater will meet Tuesday, June 4 and Wednesday, June 5 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the auditorium for final rehearsals. The free performance is on Thursday, June 6.

The National Honor Society will be hosting a final exam review on Wednesday and Friday, June 5 and 7.  The review will take place right after school in the cafeteria.  Feel free to stop by if you have any questions.

Mind's Eye will host the last Coffee House of the year on Wednesday, June 5 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm in the library.  There will be an open mic to share your writing or music.  Snacks will be provided and all are welcome.

If you are taking AP Economics next year, please stop by after school on Wednesday, June 5 for a brief meeting in room 160 with Mr. Mabey to pick up your summer assignment.  If you cannot make it Wednesday after school - stop into room 160 before school anytime between 6:45 am and 7:20am on Thursday, June 6 or Friday, June 7. 

The FBLA handball tournament is this Thursday, June 6 in the gym from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.  See Mrs. Barrett with any questions. 

Also, the National Honor Society will be holding an AP book swap this week until Friday, June 7, every morning, right outside of the cafeteria.  They are collecting books, flash cards, and other review materials.  You may also pick up available materials for AP exams that you are taking next year. 

Student Council is hosting their second annual Flag Football Tournament on Thursday, June 6 at 3:30 pm.  Sign-ups are during lunch waves until today.  Cost is $10 per person.  Teams must be 7-10 players, 3 of which are girls. Top three in the tournament will receive large prizes.  The winning team will receive championship t-shirts. 

Art Club will have its final meeting of the year on Thursday, June 6 right after school in room 7.  We will continue to finish any artwork, discuss plans for next year and celebrate the completion of this year.

Seniors – are you excited about the next school you plan to attend and want to show it off?  Stop by the Career Center and look through some of the college gear that admissions representatives have left during their visits this year.  You may find a folder, hat, water bottle, banner, or bag with your future college’s name on it.  Mrs. Carty will happily gift items on a first come, first serve basis.

Students interested in STEM and engineering related fields can check out summer camps happening at UConn this summer.  The Explore Engineering, or E2, is for current sophomore or junior students and the SPARK program is for female students entering 7th through 10th grades and offers four different study options in STEM-related areas.  Flyers are hanging in the Career Center and both programs are listed in the Enrichment section in Naviance.  Application deadlines are coming up soon.

The Italian Club will have its final meeting of the year on Monday, June 10 right after school.  We will be playing bocce and eating pizza, a nice way to de-stress before finals.  Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in room 226.  All are welcome.

Attention all 1st Semester Art Students: If you have not already picked up your artwork that you either left in class, or was in an Art show, then please see your art teacher as soon as possible to collect your work.  Thank you.

Athletic News:

Athletic surveys for spring athletes will take place after school this week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the cafeteria.  All spring athletes are encouraged to attend one of these 3 days to complete this survey.  The survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and your input is valuable in improving our athletic programs here at SWHS.

If you are interested in playing Boys’ Soccer in the fall, please meet the coaches on Thursday, June 6 from 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm in room 102.  They will be there to talk about upcoming summer soccer, camps, conditioning and other soccer related news.  If you can’t make it, please contact Coach Lepak or Coach Kaufman.

Anyone interested in playing Girls' Soccer in the fall, please plan to meet after school on Thursday, June 6 from 2:10 pm to 2:40 pm in room 154.  If you cannot attend please see Coach Camire.

The Girls’ Tennis season came to an end in the quarter finals of the open tournament. Caitlin Sze, Sophia Chin, Leah Polansky, and Jia Yazon finished in the top 8 walking away with All-State titles.

Last Thursday, Girls' Track and Field qualifiers competed in the Class L Championship.  The girls had solid performances to finish their season and Rhianna O'Meara ran a new personal best of 2:28.05 in the 800.  Erin Dunn placed 4th in the Pole Vault, tying her previous personal best of 9'0", which qualified her for the State Open.  Yesterday at the State Open Erin Dunn ended her season with a new personal best of 9'6".   The Girls’ Track team will hold its banquet this Thursday, after putting away hurdles at 4:00 pm.  Remember to turn in uniforms and sign up for banquet items in room 129 by Wednesday.  Athletes should bring $5 to the banquet.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 04, 2019 at 9:02 AM
  

Attention students:  All library materials are now due.  Please make sure to return any checked out items to the library.  Anything not returned will be considered missing, and you will be charged the cost of the items.  Please see Mrs. McCool if you have any questions. 

Unified Theater will meet Monday, June 3, Tuesday, June 4, and Wednesday, June 5 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the auditorium for final rehearsals. The free performance is on Thursday, June 6.

Seniors – are you excited about the next school you plan to attend and want to show it off?  Stop by the Career Center and look through some of the college gear that admissions representatives have left during their visits this year.  You may find a folder, hat, water bottle, banner, or bag with your future college’s name on it.  Mrs. Carty will happily gift items on a first come, first serve basis!

Students interested in STEM and engineering related fields can check out summer camps happening at UConn this summer.  The Explore Engineering, or E2, is for current sophomore or junior students and the SPARK program is for female students entering 7th through 10th grades and offers four different study options in STEM-related areas.  Flyers are hanging in the Career Center and both programs are listed in the Enrichment section in Naviance.  Application deadlines are coming up soon!

Mind's Eye will host our last Coffee House on Wednesday, June 5 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm in the library. There will be an open mic to share your writing or music.  Snacks will be provided and all are welcome!

All students taking the AP U.S. History class next year are required to attend a meeting after school on Tuesday, June 4 for distribution of summer work and a class overview.  The meeting will begin at 2:10 pm in the Seminar Room in the Media Center.

All students taking AP Psychology next year should go to the mandatory summer work meeting after school on Thursday, June 6 in room 223.  Please see Ms. Caless or Ms. Simcik if you have any questions.

The National Honor Society will be hosting a final exam review on Wednesday and Friday, June 5 and 7.  The review will take place right after school in the cafeteria.  Feel free to stop by if you have any questions!

Also, the National Honor Society will be holding an AP book swap from Monday, June 3 to Friday, June 7, every morning, right outside of the cafeteria.  They are collecting books, flash cards, and other review materials.  You may also pick up available materials for AP exams that you are taking next year. 

Student Council is hosting their second annual Flag Football Tournament on Thursday, June 6 at 3:30 pm.  Sign-ups are during lunch waves until Tuesday, June 4.  Cost is $10 per person.  Teams must be 7-10 players, 3 of which are girls.  Top three in the tournament will receive large prizes.  The winning team will receive championship t-shirts. 

There will be a Young Eagles Rally at Meriden-Markham Airport on Saturday, June 9 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Visitors ages 8 to 17 will be able to take a free flight and see what real pilots do before, during and after a flight.  Bring a parent or guardian and register at the event.  A flyer is hanging in the Career Center.

The Italian Club will have its final meeting of the year on Monday, June 10 right after school.  We will be playing bocce and eating pizza, a nice way to de-stress before finals.  Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in room 226.  All are welcome.

Attention all 1st Semester Art Students: If you have not already picked up your artwork that you either left in class, or was in an Art show, then please see your art teacher as soon as possible to collect your work.  Thank you.

Athletic News:

If you are interested in playing Boys’ Soccer next fall, please meet the coaches on Thursday, June 6 from 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm in room 102.  They will talk about upcoming summer soccer, camps, conditioning and other soccer related news.  If you can’t make it, please contact Coach Lepak or Coach Kaufman.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 03, 2019 at 11:16 AM
  
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