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AP News:
Attention all students taking AP Statistics or AP Calculus next year: the meeting to go over summer work will not be happening, as there is no summer work. Your AP Math teachers would like you to enjoy your summer and rest your brains so you are ready to work hard when we return to school in August.

Any student taking the AP U.S. History next year should plan to meet today in the back of the Media Center to pick up materials for Summer Work. If you cannot attend please see Mr. Camire in Room 154.

Attention all students taking AP Chemistry next year. There will be a meeting today after school in Room 223. Summer work will be assigned. See Mrs. Powell with any questions.

Attention all future AP Psychology students. Please come to a mandatory summer work meeting after school on Wednesday, June 13 in the Cafeteria. If you have any questions please see Ms. Caless or Ms. Simcik.

Any student taking the AP Economics next year should plan to meet on Thursday, June 14 in Room 160 to pick up materials for Summer Work. If you cannot attend please see Mr. Mabey in Room 160.

Attention future AP Language and Composition students: please attend a brief meeting this Friday, June 15, at 2:00 pm in the cafeteria. We will be going over the summer work requirements during this time. If you cannot attend, please see Ms. Flachsbart or Mrs. McCullough.

Last night the SWHS Alumni Art Exhibition opened at the South Windsor Public Library. Alumni from 1972 up through 2016 are showing ceramics, jewelry, paintings and drawings. Artwork will be on display in the gallery and upper level showcases through June 21 during library hours.

Student Council is hosting their first annual Flag Football Tournament on June 15 at 3:30 pm. Sign-ups are during lunch waves. 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. Sign up and get ready to have fun!

If you are looking for a fun way to explore a career or build your leadership skills this summer, Manchester Community College has options for you. The MCC Excursions in Learning program offers a week of leadership, team building and ropes challenges or programs in veterinary science and equine science in July. Flyers with details on the programs and information on how to register are in the Career Center.

For those future UConn ECE students who successfully completed their application, good job, but please remember that you must now use your NetId to enroll in your ECE courses prior to June 29. For students looking to enroll in Classical Mythology, the course will not appear inside UConn’s database until the fall. Also, for students who missed the application window, but are still interested in enrolling in the ECE program, there is an add/drop window in the fall, but that comes with an additional fee. Please contact Mr. Wry in Guidance with any questions.  

The Media Center will be closed on Monday, June 11 after school from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm. Please plan accordingly.

If the idea of making a difference in the world excites you, get involved in the Make a Difference Program this summer at the South Windsor Community Center. Join in 3 nights of giving back to the community. You will participate in fun and cooperative games, learn about a local organization in need and DO SOMETHING to help them. The group meets August 14 through August 16 from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm. A light dinner is provided each night. Register at Eventbrite by searching “Make a Difference – South Windsor.” Flyers for this program are hanging in the Career Center.

If you are a “techie” looking for a summer internship, the Town of South Windsor’s Information Technology has an opportunity for you. This paid internship requires an individual who can update and install machines, maintain equipment inventory, and create “how to” documents among other tasks. A flier with information on hours, wages and how to apply is hanging in the Career Center.  

Reminder… Honor Roll Assembly certificates are in the Main Office. Stop by to pick up yours if you did not attend the ceremony. They’ll make a great Father’s Day gift!

Athletic News:
Interested in playing Girls' Soccer in the fall? There will be an informational meeting on Thursday in Room 154 to discuss summer opportunities and tryouts in August. If you cannot attend please see Coach Camire.

Posted by mdunia  On Jun 11, 2018 at 7:50 AM
  

Attention all students taking AP Statistics or AP Calculus next year: the meeting to go over summer work will not be happening, as there is no summer work. Your AP Math teachers would like you to enjoy your summer and rest your brains so you are ready to work hard when we return to school in August.

Last night the SWHS Alumni Art Exhibition opened at the South Windsor Public Library. Alumni from 1972 up through 2016 are showing ceramics, jewelry, paintings and drawings. Artwork will be on display in the gallery and upper level showcases through June 21 during library hours.

Attention all future AP Psychology students. Please come to a mandatory summer work meeting after school on Wednesday, June 13 in the Cafeteria. If you have any questions please see Ms. Caless or Ms. Simcik.

The Media Center will be closed on Monday, June 11 after school from 2:30 to 4:00 pm. Please plan accordingly.

Any student taking the AP US History next year should plan to meet on Monday, June 11 in the back of the Media Center to pick up materials for Summer Work. If you cannot attend please see Mr. Camire in Room 154.

If the idea of making a difference in the world excites you, get involved in the Make a Difference Program this summer at the South Windsor Community Center. Join in 3 nights of giving back to the community. You will participate in fun and cooperative games, learn about a local organization in need and DO SOMETHING to help them. The group meets August 14 through August 16 from 5:00pm – 8:00pm. A light dinner is provided each night. Register at Eventbrite by searching “Make a Difference – South Windsor”. Flyers for this program are hanging in the Career Center.

Any student taking the AP Economics next year should plan to meet on Thursday, June 14 in Room 160 to pick up materials for Summer Work. If you cannot attend please see Mr. Mabey in Room 160.

Next week is just about the last week to follow up on scholarship opportunities through Naviance, but there is still time. If you are planning to attend MCC or a technical school; if you will enter the fields of Health Education, Physical Education, Dance or Recreation; or if you are a student athlete, there are still scholarships for you. And if you are a minority female pursuing geoscience, there is even a very specific scholarship for you. Check out Naviance or come to the Career Center for help.

If you are a “techie” looking for a summer internship, the Town of South Windsor’s Information Technology has an opportunity for you. This paid internship requires an individual who can update and install machines, maintain equipment inventory, and create “how to” documents among other tasks. A flier with information on hours, wages and how to apply is hanging in the Career Center.  

Leadership Greater Hartford is currently accepting applications for their Summer Nexus program. Summer Nexus is a seven day leadership program that assembles motivated and energetic high school students for a crash course in leadership development and community involvement. Participants will broaden their horizons by meeting new people and having new experiences. They will gain new skills to expand their resume as well as help them at home, at school and in job hunting. They will meet community leaders and do community service to help the Hartford region. If you are interested in the Summer Nexus program, see Ms. Lane in Room 6 with questions or for an application.

Manchester Community College is accepting applications for its Student Scholarship. Applicants must have a current MCC application on file, plan to register for at least 6 credits and have filled out the FAFSA form. Information and an application can be found in Naviance or the Career Center. Applications must be completed by June 15.  

Reminder…Honor Roll Assembly certificates are in the Main Office. Stop by to pick up yours if you did not attend the ceremony. They’ll make a great Father’s Day gift!

United Bank South Windsor High School branch is hiring. We are seeking a motivated student who is interested in working in a banking environment. This position will equip you with cash handling skills, customer service, sales, and allow you to work in an environment with professionals who are growing their career in banking. If you would like to learn more, please reach out to Jen Schevola at jschevola@bankunited.com. Application deadline is June 11.

Athletic News:
All spring athletes should clean out their lockers and remove personal belongings from their respective team rooms by the close of school this Friday. 
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 08, 2018 at 9:07 AM
  
 
Students, please note: the last day for high school drop in at the Teen Center will be Thursday, June 14. Please plan accordingly.

Attention all future AP Psychology students. Please come to a mandatory summer work meeting after school on Wednesday, June 13 in the Cafeteria. If you have any questions please see Ms. Caless or Ms. Simcik.

Any student taking the AP US History next year should plan to meet on Monday, June 11 in the Seminar Room to pick up materials for Summer Work. If you cannot attend please see Mr. Camire in Room 154.

Attention students: There will be a Travel Club Meeting on Thursday, June 14 at 2:05pm in Room 233. Any students interested in international travel should attend this planning meeting for the Spain-Italy trip for April break of next year. If you are interested but cannot attend this planning meeting please see Sra. Ruiz in Room 233.

The Annual FBLA Basketball 3 on 3 event will be on Thursday, June 14 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm in the gym. The cost is $5 a person. Prizes will be given out to the first, second, and third place teams. Any questions, or for sign up forms - please see Mrs. Barrett in Room 126. See you there.

All students taking AP Government next year should attend an informational meeting after school on Thursday, June 14 in the Media Center Seminar Room.  Any questions please see Mr. D'Amato. 

Athletic News:
All spring athletes should clean out their lockers and remove personal belongings from their respective team rooms by the close of school this Friday. 
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 07, 2018 at 9:07 AM
  

The Olympics are coming to South Windsor TONIGHT. Come out to watch Unified Theater's production of the UT Olympics. Admission is free, and the show begins at 6:30pm in the auditorium. Hope to see you there.

Mind's Eye's previously scheduled coffeehouse for tonight is canceled. 

The Coast to Coast College Tour takes place today at the Hartford Marriott Downtown. An informational program with representatives from Dartmouth College, Northwestern University, Princeton University, University of California – Berkeley, and Vanderbilt University will start at 7:00 pm. Register at www.CoastToCoastTour.org. A flyer is in the Career Center.

Attention all students signed up for AP Computer Science-A next year. Please plan to attend the mandatory meeting today after school in the seminar room to get your summer work and take a short pre-test. If you can't attend, please see Mrs. Lang in Room 9 to make arrangements to for another day.

Strategy Club will have its last meeting of the year today after school, in Room 146. All are welcome.

Leadership Greater Hartford is currently accepting applications for their Summer Nexus program. Summer Nexus is a seven day leadership program that assembles motivated and energetic high school students for a crash course in leadership development and community involvement. Participants will broaden their horizons by meeting new people and having new experiences. They will gain new skills to expand their resume as well as help them at home, at school and in job hunting. They will meet community leaders and do community service to help the Hartford region. If you are interested in the Summer Nexus program, see Ms. Lane in Room 6 with questions or for an application.

Attention all students taking AP Chemistry next year. There will be a meeting on Monday 6/11 after school in Room 223. Summer work will be assigned. See Mrs. Powell with any questions.

For those future UConn ECE students who successfully completed their application, good job, but please remember that you must now use your NetId to enroll in your ECE courses prior to June 29. For students looking to enroll in Classical Mythology, the course will not appear inside UConn’s database until the fall. Also, for students who missed the application window, but are still interested in enrolling in the ECE program, there is an add/drop window in the fall, but that comes with an additional fee. Please contact Mr. Wry in Guidance with any questions.  

Reminder… Science Fiction/Fantasy Club will have its last meeting of the year tomorrow in Room 127. Join us for snacks while we watch and discuss Alice in Wonderland.

The Italian Club's last meeting of the year will be tomorrow right after school. We'll be having pizza and playing bocce.  Bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in Room 226 today if you plan to attend… all are welcome.

Athletic News:
-A reminder to the members of the post-season Varsity Boys Volleyball team. Please report to the gym at 2:15pm TODAY to return uniforms and have brief meetings with your coach. Any questions or conflicts contact either Coach Holt or Coach Keith. 

Posted by mdunia  On Jun 06, 2018 at 9:36 AM
  

The Olympics are coming to South Windsor tomorrow. Come out to watch Unified Theater's production of the UT Olympics. Admission is free, and the show begins at 6:30pm. Hope to see you there.

Strategy Club will have its last meeting of the year this week on Wednesday, after school, in Room 146.  All are welcome.

Attention all students taking AP Chemistry next year. There will be a meeting on Monday 6/11 after school in Room 223. Summer work will be assigned. See Mrs. Powell with any questions.

Attention all Unity Club members- there will be a club meeting Thursday, June 7 and Monday, June 11 in the School Counseling Career Center after school.

The Coast to Coast College Tour takes place Wednesday, June 6 at the Hartford Marriott Downtown.  An informational program with representatives from Dartmouth College, Northwestern University, Princeton University, University of California – Berkeley, and Vanderbilt University will take start at 7:00pm. Register at www.CoastToCoastTour.org. A flyer is in the Career Center.

For those future UConn ECE students who successfully completed their application, good job, but please remember that you must now use your NetId to enroll in your ECE courses prior to June 29. For students looking to enroll in Classical Mythology, the course will not appear inside UConn’s database until the fall. Also, for students who missed the application window, but are still interested in enrolling in the ECE program, there is an add/drop window in the fall, but that comes with an additional fee. Please contact Mr. Wry in Guidance with any questions.  

Reminder… Science Fiction/Fantasy Club will have its last meeting of the year this Thursday in Room 127. Join us for snacks while we watch and discuss Alice in Wonderland.

Don’t forget…there will be a brief meeting for all students cast in next year's musical Thursday at 2:00pm in the auditorium. Please make sure to bring your contract and fee if you have not already done so. If you have a conflict, please email Ms. Laurain, Mrs. Knapp, and Mrs. White as soon as possible. In the meantime, make sure to join the Google Classroom and sign up for Remind.

The Italian Club's last meeting of the year will be Thursday right after school. We'll be having pizza and playing bocce.  Bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in Room 226 today if you plan to attend… all are welcome.

Athletic News:
-Caitlin Sze and doubles team Leah Polanksy and Jia Yazon traveled to Yale Tennis Center to compete at the Individual Open. Polansky and Yazon outplayed Wiltons doubles team for a second time and made All State. Sze also made All State team on Sunday by defeating Joel Barlow's top player. Both lines met some tough opponents and lost tough matches in the quarter finals. Way to go girls and make history for 3 players in the same season making All State.

-Congratulations to the Boys Varsity volleyball team for a great season and effort last night in their semifinal match vs. Newington. Also, a big Thank You to all of the fellow Bobcats, families, and friends who both came out last night to cheer on the team and supported the team all season. Congrats again, and best of luck to the seniors.

-A reminder to the members of the post-season Varsity Boys Volleyball team. Please report to the gym at 2:15pm this Wednesday, June 6 to return uniforms and have brief meetings with your coach. Any questions or conflicts contact either Coach Holt or Coach Keith. 
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 05, 2018 at 8:53 AM
  

Honor Roll Assembly certificates are in the Main Office. Stop by to pick up yours if you did not attend the ceremony.

The Science Fiction/Fantasy Club will have its last meeting of the year this Thursday in Room 127. Join us for snacks while we watch and discuss Alice in Wonderland.

The Annual FBLA Basketball 3 on 3 event will be on Thursday, June 14 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm in the gym. The cost is $5 a person. Prizes will be given out to the first, second, and third place teams. Sign-ups will be in the cafe during lunch the week before. Any questions, or for sign up forms - please see Mrs. Barrett in Room 126. See you there.

The Fashion Club will be hosting a Tie Dye Party event on Thursday, June 7. All students are invited to attend this fun and creative party with music and food. If you want to attend, please fill out the RSVP form on your grade level Google Classroom by TODAY. All participants must bring a pre-washed T-Shirt or other cotton garment to tie-dye. 

Attention all students signed up for AP Computer Science-A next year. Please plan to attend the mandatory meeting Wednesday, June 6 after school in the seminar room to get your summer work and take a short pre-test. If you can't attend, please see Mrs. Lang in Room 9 to make arrangements to for another day.

There will be a brief meeting for all students cast in next year's musical on Thursday, June 7 at 2:00 pm in the auditorium. Please make sure to bring your contract and fee if you have not already done so. If you have a conflict, please email Ms. Laurain, Mrs. Knapp, and Mrs. White as soon as possible. In the meantime, make sure to join the Google Classroom and sign up for Remind.

If you’ve ever thought about becoming a pilot or exploring any career in aviation, you can check out the Young Eagles Rally on June 9 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm at Meriden-Markham Airport. Anyone between the ages of 8 and 17 can take a free flight and see what pilots do before, during and after a flight. For an informational flyer about how to participate, see Mrs. Carty or the bulletin board in the Career Center.

United Bank South Windsor High School branch is hiring. We are seeking a motivated student who is interested in working in a banking environment. This position will equip you with cash handling skills, customer service, sales, and allow you to work in an environment with professionals who are growing their career in banking. If you would like to learn more, please reach out to Jen Schevola at jschevola@bankunited.com. Application deadline is June 11.

Student Council is hosting their first annual Flag Football Tournament on June 15 at 3:30pm. Sign-ups are during lunch waves. 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. Sign up and get ready to have fun!

If you are a “techie” looking for a summer internship, the Town of South Windsor’s Information Technology has an opportunity for you. This paid internship requires an individual who can update and install machines, maintain equipment inventory, and create “how to” documents among other tasks. A flier with information on hours, wages and how to apply is hanging in the Career Center.  

The Italian Club's last meeting of the year will be Thursday, June 7 right after school. We'll be having pizza and playing bocce. If you would like to come, please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in Room 226 by tomorrow. Everyone is welcome to join us.

Athletic News:
-Congratulations to Cailtin Sze for making All State for girls singles and the doubles team Leah Polansky and Jia Yazon for making it into the 3rd round. Good luck today at Yale.

-The boys’ volleyball team advanced to the semifinals of the Class M state tournament by winning last Thursday. The match will be at Glastonbury High School which is the neutral site, tonight at 6:00pm vs. Newington. Hope you will come out and support your fellow Bobcats.

-Attention all members and managers of the boys volleyball team. The bus to the semifinal match today is at 4:30pm. All players not currently on the roster are invited to take the bus too. Any questions, see Coach Holt



Posted by mdunia  On Jun 04, 2018 at 8:02 AM
  
 
Please note… Monday is a regular start day. Classes begin promptly at 7:25am.

Attention SAT test takers. Doors open tomorrow at 7:15am. Please arrive no later than 7:45am with your printed admission ticket, separate photo ID, #2 pencils, and a calculator. Good luck.

Attention Students: Please note that the Media Center will be closed TODAY from 7:00am -10:30am for testing. Please plan accordingly. 

Seniors: This is a reminder about attendance for the reception. Seniors and their guests must attend five full periods of school. A student who is dismissed from school for reason of illness may not attend Senior Reception unless the student has relevant documentation and prior administrative approval.   

Honor Roll Assembly certificates are in the Main Office. Stop by to pick up yours if you did not attend the ceremony.

If you are a “techie” looking for a summer internship, the Town of South Windsor’s Information Technology has an opportunity for you. This paid internship requires an individual who can update and install machines, maintain equipment inventory, and create “how to” documents among other tasks. A flier with information on hours, wages and how to apply is hanging in the Career Center.  

Students, please note: the last day for high school drop in at the Teen Center will be Thursday, June 14. Please plan accordingly.

Beginning Monday, June 4, seniors can apply for parking passes for the 18-19 school year by submitting all necessary items with the application to the Main Office or Admin 237. Only complete packets will be accepted. The cost for the pass is $100 for the school year, and applications are located in the Main Office.

Yoga Club will meet Monday at 2:15pm in the Chorus Room to practice yoga. All are welcome to come practice yoga with us.

The Italian Club's last meeting of the year will be Thursday, June 7 right after school. We'll be having pizza and playing bocce. If you would like to come, please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in Room 226 by Tuesday, June 5. Everyone is welcome to join us.

The Olympics are coming to South Windsor! Wednesday, June 6 come out to watch Unified Theater's production of the UT Olympics. Admission is free, and the show begins at 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!

Athletic News:

-Congrats to the boys’ varsity volleyball team for advancing to the semi-finals of the state tournament last night by defeating #4 seeded New Caanan 3 to 2. The next match is next week with details to be announced soon. Good luck to the team.

-Attention all members and managers of the boys’ volleyball team. Remember that your parents and you are invited to the cafe tomorrow, Saturday, June 2 at 12:30pm for the team's end of season awards luncheon. Contact your coach with any conflicts or questions.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jun 01, 2018 at 8:49 AM
  
 
Please note…Monday is a regular start day.  Classes begin promptly at 7:25am.

Seniors:  This is a reminder about Senior Reception for tomorrow’s attendance.  Seniors and their guests who are absent from school or dismissed early from school TOMORROW may not participate in ANY after school activities, including Senior Reception, unless they have attended five full periods of school.  A student who is dismissed from school for reason of illness may not attend Senior Reception unless the student has relevant documentation and prior administrative approval.   
Manchester Community College is accepting applications for its Student Scholarship.  Applicants must have a current MCC application on file, plan to register for at least 6 credits and have filled out the FAFSA form.  Information and an application can be found in Naviance or the Career Center.  Applications must be completed by June 15.  

The Fashion Club will be hosting a Tie Dye Party event on Thursday, June 7. All students are invited to attend this fun and creative party with music and food. If you want to attend, please fill out the RSVP form on your grade level Google Classroom by June 4.  All participants must bring a pre-washed T-Shirt or other cotton garment to tie-dye. 

Attention all students signed up for AP Computer Science-A next year. Please plan to attend the mandatory meeting Wednesday, June 6th after school in the Seminar Room to get your summer work and take a short pre-test. If you can't attend, please see Mrs. Lang in room 9 to make arrangements to for another day.

The Italian Club's last meeting of the year will be Thursday, June 7 right after school. We'll be having pizza and playing bocce. If you would like to come, please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in Room 226 by Tuesday, June 5. Everyone is welcome to join us.

There will be a brief meeting for all students cast in next year's musical on June 7 at 2:00pm in the auditorium. Please make sure to bring your contract and fee if you have not already done so. If you have a conflict, please email Ms. Laurain, Mrs. Knapp, and Mrs. White as soon as possible. In the meantime, make sure to join the Google Classroom and sign up for Remind.

Attention Students: Please note that the Media Center will be closed TOMORROW from 7:00am -10:30am for testing. Please plan accordingly. 

Students taking the Accuplacer test tomorrow for the Algebra II with Trig classes should report with a picture ID to their testing locations for first period. Testing locations will be posted outside the Media Center. Students will return to their scheduled classes as they complete the assessment with a pass.  

Attention all future UConn ECE students… please remember you must apply for your UConn Net ID by TOMORROW. See Mr. Wry with questions.

Athletic News:
-On Wednesday, the doubles team of Parker Pacekonis & Ronnak Saxena played in the Class L doubles quarterfinals against Daniel Hand at Yale. It was a great match with Parker & Ronnak pushing the Hand team to play their best tennis. Although the Hand team won 6-4, 6-4, it was a great display of tennis and a fun match to watch. Congrats to Parker and Ronnak for making it to the quarterfinals and for also being the only Hartford County team to make it that far.

-The girls’ golf team wrapped up their first season with a 14th place finish at the CCC tournament yesterday. Meghna Mazumdar, Caroline McCullough, Aayushi Patel, Rachel Maher and Olivia Hewitt all competed well. The team finished the year with a 6-4 record.
Posted by cdoherty  On May 31, 2018 at 8:40 AM
  

Attention Students: Please note that the Media Center will be closed Friday, June 1 from 7:00am -10:30am for testing. Please plan accordingly. 

Seniors: This is a reminder about Senior Reception this Friday and attendance. Seniors and their guests who are absent from school or dismissed early from school on Friday may not participate in ANY after school activities, including Senior Reception, unless they have attended five full periods of school. A student who is dismissed from school for reason of illness may not attend Senior Reception unless the student has relevant documentation and prior administrative approval.   
Students taking the Accuplacer test on Friday, June 1 for the Algebra II with Trig classes should report to their testing locations for first period. Testing locations have been shared in math classes but will also be posted outside the Media Center. All students should bring a picture ID. Students will return to their scheduled classes as they complete the assessment with a pass.  

Fashion Club will meet Thursday after school in Room 7 until 3:00pm. Please make every effort to attend. 

The Olympics are coming to South Windsor! Wednesday, June 6, come out to watch Unified Theater's production of the UT Olympics. Admission is free, and the show begins at 6:30 pm. Hope to see you there!

Last call for the second set of permission slips for Thursday’s field trip to St. Francis Hospital. Please return to School Counseling. All students going on the St. Francis Hospital field trip with Dr. Bombara should meet in the Lobby at 7:50 am Thursday morning.

Honor Roll Assembly certificates are in the Main Office. Stop by to pick up yours if you did not attend the ceremony.

Attention all future UConn ECE students - the ECE Courses for next year are Latin IV, Environmental Science, Marine Science, Classical Mythology, Modern Western Traditions, AP Literature and AP Physics 1. Please remember you must apply for your UConn Net ID by June 1. See Mr. Wry with questions.

Seniors who participated in the Senior Art Show… please remember to take your work out of the Library tomorrow 9:00 pm and Friday by 3:00 pm. Thank you for an excellent show.

Athletic News:
-Field Hockey meeting in Room 152 on Wednesday at 2:10 pm. See Coach Phillips if you cannot attend. 
-The girls’ tennis team defeated Wilton on Saturday in a very close match 4-3 and they traveled to Staples yesterday but came up short and is bumped out of the playoffs. The team ends their season with a 15-2 record. This Saturday, Caitlin Sze and Varsha Rathore will compete in the State Individual Open and doubles team Jia Yazon and Leah Polansky will compete in the State Doubles Open. Great season girls and best of luck at the Open. 

-The boys’ tennis team had an excellent showing as the Class L State Tournament continued yesterday at Amity High School. The doubles team of Elijah Wood & Jack Perry played a tough, seasoned team from Fairfield Ludlowe. Although they did not prevail, they had an excellent competitive match. Seeded #7 Brandon Sze won his third round match against the #12 seed from Notre Dame-West Haven 6-3, 7-5; however, he lost in the quarterfinal round. The doubles team of Parker Pacekonis & Ronnak Saxena played 2 matches, winning both against Guilford and Farmington. These wins advance them to the quarterfinals today at Yale University where they will take on #4 seed from Daniel Hand. Congrats on a great tournament and best of luck today.

-Yesterday, girls’ track competed in the Class L meet. Congratulations to Izzy Erikson who competed in the 3200, Bella Sanchez in long jump and 4X100, Shannon Anthony, Katelyn Macomber and Missy Sullivan in high jump, Micaela Hanson in 100 hurdles, and Muneeka Munir, Erin Dunn and, Kavitha Francis in 4X100.

Posted by mdunia  On May 30, 2018 at 8:12 AM
  

Last call for the second set of permission slips for Thursday’s field trip to St. Francis Hospital.  Please return to School Counseling.

United Bank South Windsor High School branch is hiring. We are seeking a motivated student who is interested in working in a banking environment. This position will equip you with cash handling skills, customer service, sales, and allow you to work in an environment with professionals who are growing their career in banking. If you would like to learn more, please reach out to Jen Schevola at jschevola@bankunited.com. Application deadline is June 11.

Seniors who participated in the Senior Art Show… please remember to take your work out of the Library tomorrow 9:00pm and Friday by 3:00pm. Thank you for an excellent show.

Student Council is hosting their first annual Flag Football Tournament on June 15 at 3:30pm. Sign-ups begin Tuesday, May 29 during lunch waves. 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. Sign up and get ready to have fun!

Athletic News:
-The boys’ tennis team competed on Saturday in the Class L State Tournament at Wilton High School. Our record of 14 wins and 4 losses qualified us for the tournament and the Bobcats did not disappoint!! The day was hot and long, but our strong team of Brandon Sze seeded #7, Femi Orisamolu, Dan Zhu and Jason Richenbacher playing singles and Parker Pacekonis & Ronnak Saxena seeded #5, Elijah Wood & Jack Perry and Sam Kim & Donny Sauer playing doubles had an excellent showing against some very tough competition. Today the Bobcats continue at Amity High School with Brandon, Parker & Ronnak and Elijah & Jack moving onto the next round of matches. The team is looking forward to continuing their winning streak!! Good Luck!!
Posted by cdoherty  On May 29, 2018 at 8:56 AM
  
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