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SCHOOL NEWS:


For students attending Junior Prom: 

In order to attend student activities such as Junior Prom, students must be in school for at least 50% of the school day. Students who arrive at 7:25 are eligible to be dismissed at 10:05 (after period 4). A link to a google form was emailed to parents on Tuesday.  Please make sure your parents complete this form in order to grant you permission to be dismissed from school early. 

For those students who arrive after 7:25, please be advised that it is important for you to be in school for at least half of the school day in order for your attendance at Junior Prom to be in good standing.  Failure to do so may prohibit your ability to attend. Advisors and administrators will be checking attendance throughout the day to ensure that all students attending Junior Prom meet these requirements. 

Junior Prom will be held at the Marriott in Hartford, CT.  All students will have their bags checked upon entry into the venue. If you park at the Marriott garage, the price is $7.

Please know, the latest students can enter prom is 7:00 PM. Any student(s) arriving after that time will not be permitted. In addition, once students decide to leave prom for the night, they will not be readmitted. 


Seniors attending the outing: 

If you are an athlete who has a game or a practice the day of the Senior Outing, there is an early bus that will depart Holiday Hill at 12:30 PM and return to the school at approximately 1:30 PM. 

Remaining seats on the bus are open to any senior who would like to take the early bus home. Those available spots will be on a first come first serve basis. 

Any student who would like to take the early bus must get the permission slip from Mrs. Balducci in the main office and return it to her by May 21st by 2:00 PM.


CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES:  


Attention Interact Members! This Thursday, May 9th, will be our FINAL monthly Interact Meeting for our 2023-2024 school year. The meeting will take place after school in the Media Center from 2:05-2:35 pm. Please come to get the first sign-up option for multiple volunteer events, honor members who have achieved their 8 or more volunteer hours, and to say farewell to our senior Interact Officers.


Why did the t-shirt rip apart? Because it couldn’t contain its environmental impact. The freshman science fair participants have organized a clothing drive to be held outside the cafeteria. Please bring in gently used clothing until 5/20.


Posted by spoinelli  On May 08, 2024 at 1:22 PM
  

SCHOOL NEWS:

 

For students attending Junior Prom: 

In order to attend student activities such as Junior Prom, students must be in school for at least 50% of the school day. Students who arrive at 7:25 are eligible to be dismissed at 10:05 (after period 4). A link to a google form was emailed to parents on Tuesday.  Please make sure your parents complete this form in order to grant you permission to be dismissed from school early. 
For those students who arrive after 7:25, please be advised that it is important for you to be in school for at least half of the school day in order for your attendance at Junior Prom to be in good standing.  Failure to do so may prohibit your ability to attend. Advisors and administrators will be checking attendance throughout the day to ensure that all students attending Junior Prom meet these requirements. 

Junior Prom will be held at the Marriott in Hartford, CT.  All students will have their bags checked upon entry into the venue. If you park at the Marriott garage, the price is $7.

Please know, the latest students can enter prom is 7:00 PM. Any student(s) arriving after that time will not be permitted. In addition, once students decide to leave prom for the night, they will not be readmitted. 

Seniors attending the outing: 

If you are an athlete who has a game or a practice the day of the Senior Outing, there is an early bus that will depart Holiday Hill at 12:30 PM and return to the school at approximately 1:30 PM. 

Remaining seats on the bus are open to any senior who would like to take the early bus home. Those available spots will be on a first come first serve basis. 

Any student who would like to take the early bus must get the permission slip from Mrs. Balducci in the main office and return it to her by May 21st by 2:00 PM.

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES:  

 

Attention Interact Members! This Thursday, May 9th, will be our FINAL monthly Interact Meeting for our 2023-2024 school year. The meeting will take place after school in the Media Center from 2:05-2:35 PM. Please come to get the first sign-up option for multiple volunteer events, honor members who have achieved their 8 or more volunteer hours, and to say farewell to our senior Interact Officers.

 

The Environmental Club is selling t-shirts to promote “Earth Day is Every Day!” Shirts will be sold in the Cafe and in Ms. Eitel’s classroom Room 206 from February 26th thru June. Students will wear the shirts on specific days to show their love of conservation and environmental stewardship.


Posted by spoinelli  On May 07, 2024 at 1:19 PM
  

SCHOOL NEWS:

 

The 9th Grade Class of 2027 is having a fundraiser on Tuesday, May 7th from 4-9pm at a local ice cream shop at the Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk. Please come out to support your class and don't forget to mention SWHS! 

 

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES:  

 

Attention Interact Members! This Thursday, May 9th, will be our FINAL monthly Interact Meeting for our 2023-2024 school year. The meeting will take place after school in the Media Center from 2:05-2:35pm. Please come to get the first sign-up option for multiple volunteer events, honor members who have achieved their 8 or more volunteer hours, and to say farewell to our senior Interact Officers.

 

The Environmental Club is selling t-shirts to promote “Earth Day is Every Day!” Shirts will be sold in the Cafe and in Ms. Eitel’s classroom Room 206 from February 26th thru June. Students will wear the shirts on specific days to show their love of conservation and environmental stewardship.

 

ATHLETICS:

 

The Girls’ Tennis team is having a fundraiser at a local frozen yogurt shop on Pleasant Valley Road on Tuesday, May 7th from 5pm-8pm. Be sure to mention SWHS Girls Tennis at checkout.


Posted by spoinelli  On May 06, 2024 at 1:03 PM
  

SCHOOL NEWS:

 

The 9th Grade Class of 2027 is having a fundraiser on Tuesday, May 7th from 4-9pm at a local ice cream shop at the Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk. Please come out to support your class and don't forget to mention SWHS! 

 

ATHLETICS:

 

The Girls’ Tennis team is having a fundraiser at a local frozen yogurt shop on Pleasant Valley Road on Tuesday, May 7th from 5pm-8pm. Be sure to mention SWHS Girls Tennis at checkout.

Posted by spoinelli  On May 03, 2024 at 12:17 PM
  
SCHOOL NEWS:

Attention all students who drive to school - You must park in your assigned lot (maroon or gold) and remain in that lot for the entire day. The number of passes sold is the exact same number of spots available in each lot. So, when you park in another lot it takes somebody else’s parking spot from them! Please be respectful of your fellow students. Any student parked in any SWHS parking lot without a pass is in danger of being ticketed or towed.

Monday Morning is the last day to apply for the Senior Art Exhibition - remember, you MUST be judged in this show to qualify for an Art Honor Cord. See an art teacher with any questions.

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES:  

The girl’s tennis team will be having a fundraiser at a local frozen yogurt shop on Pleasant Valley Road from 5-8 pm on Tuesday, May 7. Show your support and be sure to mention SW girl’s tennis at checkout.

Posted by spoinelli  On May 02, 2024 at 1:02 PM
  

SCHOOL NEWS:


Attention all students who drive to school - You must park in your assigned lot (maroon or gold) and remain in that lot for the entire day. The number of passes sold is the exact same number of spots available in each lot. So, when you park in another lot it takes somebody else’s parking spot from them! Please be respectful of your fellow students. Any student parked in any SWHS parking lot without a pass is in danger of being ticketed or towed.


Calling Seniors who have taken multiple art classes! The Senior Art Exhibition is happening soon. This is your opportunity to show your artwork and qualify for an Art Honor Cord! Join the Google Classroom with the code: mqdgfcp to learn the guidelines and judging criteria and to fill out the application. If you are interested in earning an honor cord in Art, you must participate in the judged section of this Senior Art Exhibition. There is a mandatory meeting today during period 8 and again after school - in Room 7. Applications are due Monday - If you have any questions, be sure to reach out to an art teacher so we can help!


CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES:  


The National Honor Society Prom Dress Committee is collecting homecoming and prom attire, including shoes and jewelry, in the Main Lobby now through May 3rd. The dresses will be donated to Cornerstone Cares for underserved communities.


COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER:


The Connecticut Congressional Delegation will host their Military Service Academy Night on Friday, May 17th from 6 to 8 PM at the East Hartford Community Center. You can receive more information through the website of any CT congressional representative or view the flier hanging in the Career Center.


Posted by spoinelli  On May 01, 2024 at 1:28 PM
  

SCHOOL NEWS:

 

Attention all students who drive to school - You must park in your assigned lot (maroon or gold) and remain in that lot for the entire day. The number of passes sold is the exact same number of spots available in each lot. So, when you park in another lot it takes somebody else’s parking spot from them! Please be respectful of your fellow students. Any student parked in any SWHS parking lot without a pass is in danger of being ticketed or towed.

 

Calling Seniors who have taken multiple art Classes! The Senior Art Exhibition is happening soon. This is your opportunity to show your artwork and qualify for an Art Honor Cord! Join the Google Classroom with code: mqdgfcp to learn the Guidelines and Judging Criteria and to fill out the application. If you are interested in earning an honor cord in art, you MUST participate in the judged section of this Senior Art Exhibition. There is a mandatory meeting TODAY, Wednesday - period 8 and again after school - in Room 7. Applications are due Friday - if you have any questions, be sure to reach out to an art teacher so we can help!

 

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES:  

 

The National Honor Society Prom Dress Committee is collecting homecoming and prom attire, including shoes and jewelry, in the Main Lobby now through May 3rd. The dresses will be donated to Cornerstone Cares for underserved communities.

 

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER:

 

The Connecticut Congressional Delegation will host their Military Service Academy Night on Friday, May 17th from 6 to 8 PM at the East Hartford Community Center. You can receive more information through the website of any CT congressional representative or view the flyer hanging in the Career Center.


Posted by spoinelli  On Apr 30, 2024 at 1:14 PM
  

SCHOOL NEWS:

Attention all students who drive to school - You must park in your assigned lot (maroon or gold) and remain in that lot for the entire day. The number of passes sold is the exact same number of spots available in each lot. So, when you park in another lot it takes somebody else’s parking spot from them! Please be respectful of your fellow students. Any student parked in any SWHS parking lot without a pass is in danger of being ticketed or towed.

 

“Roses are red, Violets are blue, Spring into style with the Bobcat 2!” Now thru the end of April, get both the Bobcat hoodie plus a beanie for just $45 at the Bobcat shop! 

 

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES:  

 

Congratulations to the Cricket Club on their first trophy. Last weekend, the South Windsor Cricket Club faced off against the Glastonbury Cricket Club in a friendly three-game series, emerging victorious in all three matches. Saturday's first game from 12:00 pm to 3:30pm saw the Bobcats secure a commanding lead with a remarkable 27-run triumph. In the second match on Sunday from 12:00 pm to 5:15pm, they reached an impressive total of 107 runs, ultimately clinching a victory by 11 runs. They continued their winning streak in the third game, sealing the series with 5 wickets. Overall, it was a great weekend for our team. Join the Cricket Club Google classroom 24wq37s. Please see Mr. Ly or Daksh Singh and Sohan Patro for any questions.

 

The Environmental Club’s electronic recycling drive is coming to a close! Drop off your recyclable items to Room 212 (Mrs. Davies’s room), Room 250 (Mrs. Howard’s Room), or Room 201 (Mrs. Field’s Room). Remember to put your name on what you bring for a chance to win $50 to a local coffee shop and a T-Shirt!

 

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER:

 

The Connecticut Congressional Delegation will host their Military Service Academy Night on Friday, May 17th from 6 to 8 PM at the East Hartford Community Center. You can receive more information through the website of any CT congressional representative or view the flyer hanging in the Career Center.


Posted by spoinelli  On Apr 29, 2024 at 1:07 PM
  

SCHOOL NEWS:

 

Attention all students who drive to school - You must park in your assigned lot (maroon or gold) and remain in that lot for the entire day. The number of passes sold is the exact same number of spots available in each lot. So, when you park in another lot it takes somebody else’s parking spot from them! Please be respectful of your fellow students. Any student parked in any SWHS parking lot without a pass is in danger of being ticketed or towed.

 

Calling Seniors who have taken multiple art classes! The Senior Art Exhibition is happening soon. This is your opportunity to show your artwork and qualify for an Art Honor Cord! There is a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, May 1st and applications are due May 3rd - If you have any questions, be sure to reach out to an art teacher today!

 

“Roses are red, Violets are blue, Spring into style with the Bobcat 2!” Now thru the end of April, get both the Bobcat hoodie plus a beanie for just $45 at the Bobcat shop! 

 

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES:  

 

The National Honor Society Prom Dress Committee is collecting homecoming and prom attire, including shoes and jewelry, in the Main Lobby now through May 3rd. The dresses will be donated to Cornerstone Cares for underserved communities.

 

The Environmental Club is selling t-shirts to promote “Earth Day is Every Day!” Shirts will be sold in the Cafe and in Ms. Eitel’s classroom Room 206 from February 26th thru June. Students will wear the shirts on specific days to show their love of conservation and environmental stewardship.


Posted by spoinelli  On Apr 26, 2024 at 12:20 PM
  

SCHOOL NEWS:

 

Hey AP Bio students! Nervous about the AP exams? Try coming to an AP review session hosted by the SNHS. We will go over the basics and practice for the exam. The sessions run from April 22nd thru May 13th.  Everybody is welcome, but save a spot with your friends and sign up using the link posted in your AP Bio Google Classrooms or scan the code in the SNHS Showcase.

https://forms.gle/RjUoFtyVABSQs5Cs8

 

Calling Seniors who have taken multiple art classes! The Senior Art Exhibition is happening soon. This is your opportunity to show your artwork and qualify for an Art Honor Cord! There is a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, May 1st and applications are due May 3rd - If you have any questions, be sure to reach out to an art teacher today!

 

The library will be closed during period 4 on Monday, April 29th. Please plan accordingly.

 

“Roses are red, Violets are blue, Spring into style with the Bobcat 2!” Now thru the end of April, get both the Bobcat hoodie plus a beanie for just $45 at the Bobcat shop! 


Posted by spoinelli  On Apr 25, 2024 at 1:22 PM
  
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