Friday, June 8, 2018 

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 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 08 June, 2018 at 9:07 AM