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Friendly Reminder: Thursday, May 20th is the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Testing Day for 11th graders. Eleventh graders should arrive by 7:15 a.m. and bring a charged chromebook and chromebook charger to the test. ALL other students will have a late arrival and should arrive at school by 10:05 a.m. Dismissal is at 2:00 p.m. Any seniors who are not attending the Senior Outing are expected to attend class as well. For more information please see the website under Messages from the Principal.

Juniors! It’s time to get your Capstone Project thought process rolling. Please have your Capstone Proposal submitted to your adviser by Friday, May 28th. If you have any questions, please see the Capstone page on the SWHS website or check in with your adviser.  
 
The Teen Center is currently open for drop-in hours and welcomes all high school students to attend on Mondays and Thursdays from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. The Center is located in the Community Center at 150 Nevers Road, across from the high school and offers a variety of activities including a Wii and Xbox, pool tables, air hockey, ping-pong, and ski ball. Join them to watch movies on rainy days, or if you enjoy DIY activities they have plenty of craft supplies. Please contact Danielle if you are interested in stopping by or have questions at 860-648-6360.
 
Unified for Underprivileged Girls is having an apparel fundraiser! Use the link below and/or the link listed on the Unified for Unprivileged girls website to purchase your items and support our club! All proceeds will be donated to underprivileged girls in Kenya. Our online store is open until the end of May! Contact Olivia Liegl for more details.
https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/unified-for-underprivileged-girls-306439?_k=5lfcn6
 
Seniors: Please be sure to complete your Graduation-Final Transcript Survey. This information provides School Counseling with a helpful overview of college application outcomes, but it also indicates where your final transcript should be sent or what your other post-graduation plans may be. To access the survey, log-in to Naviance, go to About Me, My Surveys, Surveys Not Started, and then open the Graduation-Final Transcript Survey.
 
The William L. Perry scholarship is awarded to South Windsor High School graduating seniors who have a record of outstanding leadership and have successfully studied a rigorous course load. Applications are due TODAY. Please search for the scholarship in Naviance or contact Mrs. Carty if you need help finding it.

There are several job postings for part-time or summer work available to students who are at least 16 years of age. The Red Cabin Restaurant is hiring both a dishwasher and a busser/food runner, Channel 3 Kids Camp is looking for 18 year old or older students interested in working with kids in its summer program, Six Flags, Lowe’s and LAZ Parking have all been looking for help recently. Stop by the Career Center to get application information on jobs that might interest you.
 
ATHLETIC NEWS:

On Tuesday, Girls Track and Field won their meet against Enfield. First place finishes went to 4X800 team Rhianna O'Meara, Grace Smith, Katelyn Drenga, and Cora Brownbill, Kaitlyn Dempsky in the mile, Grace Smith in the two mile and 800, Maddie Hathorn in pole vault, Bridget Carroll in Triple jump, Abby Wiener in javelin, Sarah Cadman in discus, and Sophia McCormack in shot put.
Posted by cdoherty  On May 14, 2021 at 7:26 AM
  

SWHS Presents Pandemonium 2020!! This cabaret style show with original dialogue is sure to entertain! Join these nine talented actors as they sing through struggle and celebrate community with songs from the American Musical Theatre! See the homepage for the link to the virtual musical!

https://highschool.southwindsorschools.org/news/what_s_new/pandemonium_2020

Friendly Reminder: Thursday, May 20th is the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Testing Day for 11th graders. Eleventh graders should arrive by 7:15 a.m. and bring a charged chromebook and chromebook charger to the test. ALL other students will have a late arrival and should arrive at school by 10:05 a.m. Dismissal is at 2:00 p.m. Any seniors who are not attending the Senior Outing are expected to attend class as well. For more information please see the website under Messages from the Principal.

Attention parents and students! This year was full of memorable moments, and what better way to remember this important time than with your very own yearbook! This year will go down in history, so buy your yearbook today for just $75 before May 31st!
https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1037222/South-Windsor-High-School/2021-Yearbook/2020070704173214090/CATALOG_SHOP/

The Teen Center is currently open for drop-in hours and welcomes all high school students to attend on Monday and Thursdays from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. The Center is located in the Community Center at 150 Nevers Road, across from the high school and offers a variety of activities including a Wii and Xbox, pool tables, air hockey, ping-pong, and ski ball. Join them to watch movies on rainy days, or if you enjoy DIY activities they have plenty of craft supplies. Please contact Danielle if you are interested in stopping by or have questions at 860-648-6360.
 
The William L. Perry scholarship is awarded to South Windsor High School graduating seniors who have a record of outstanding leadership and have successfully studied a rigorous course load. Applications are due this Friday, May 14th. Please search for the scholarship in Naviance or contact Mrs. Carty if you need help finding it.

There are several job postings for part-time or summer work available to students who are at least 16 years of age. The Red Cabin Restaurant is hiring both a dishwasher and a busser/food runner, Channel 3 Kids Camp is looking for 18 year old or older students interested in working with kids in its summer program, Six Flags, Lowe’s and LAZ Parking have all been looking for help recently. Stop by the Career Center to get application information on jobs that might interest you.
 
ATHLETIC NEWS:
The Boys Tennis Team continued their win streak with a 6-1 victory over East Hartford. Winning for the Bobcats were Jonathan Huot and Rahul Mahesh, Matthew Chin and Kevin Joseph at Singles and Vrisha Murali & Anthony Chen and Sri Sripada and Trinay Hariharan at Doubles. The team has clinched a spot in the State Tournament and their next goal is to win their division in the CCC! The next match is Monday May 17th at Manchester.
Posted by cdoherty  On May 13, 2021 at 7:25 AM
  
 
SWHS Presents Pandemonium 2020!! This cabaret style show with original dialogue is sure to entertain! Join these nine talented actors as they sing through struggle and celebrate community with songs from the American Musical Theatre! See the homepage for the link to the virtual musical!
https://highschool.southwindsorschools.org/news/what_s_new/pandemonium_2020

Juniors! It’s time to get your Capstone Project thought process rolling. Please have your Capstone Proposal submitted to your adviser by Friday, May 28th. If you have any questions, please see the Capstone page on the SWHS website or check in with your adviser.  

Unified for Underprivileged Girls is having an apparel fundraiser! Use the link below and/or the link listed on the Unified for Unprivileged girls website to purchase your items and support our club! All proceeds will be donated to underprivileged girls in Kenya. Our online store is open until the end of May! Contact Olivia Liegl for more details.
https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/unified-for-underprivileged-girls-306439?_k=5lfcn6
 
The Teen Center is currently open for drop-in hours and welcomes all high school students to attend on Monday and Thursdays from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. The Center is located in the Community Center at 150 Nevers Road, across from the high school and offers a variety of activities including a Wii and Xbox, pool tables, air hockey, ping-pong, and ski ball. Join them to watch movies on rainy days, or if you enjoy DIY activities they have plenty of craft supplies. Please contact Danielle if you are interested in stopping by or have questions at 860-648-6360.
 
The William L. Perry scholarship is awarded to South Windsor High School graduating seniors who have a record of outstanding leadership and have successfully studied a rigorous courseload. Applications are due this Friday, May 14th. Please search for the scholarship in Naviance or contact Mrs. Carty if you need help finding it.

There are several job postings for part-time or summer work available to students who are at least 16 years of age. The Red Cabin Restaurant is hiring both a dishwasher and a busser/food runner, Channel 3 Kids Camp is looking for 18 year old or older students interested in working with kids in its summer program, Six Flags, Lowe’s and LAZ Parking have all been looking for help recently. Stop by the Career Center to get application information on jobs that might interest you.
 
ATHLETIC NEWS:
Boys Tennis continued their winning streak with a decisive victory against Rocky Hill by a score of 7-0. Winning for Bobcats were Jonathan Huot, Rahul Mahesh and Jack Kronenwetter and Matthew Chin in Singles and Vrishab Murali & Anthony Chen and Sri Sripada & Trinyan Harrihan in Doubles. Our next match is Wednesday, May 12th vs. East Hartford at home. The team now has a record of 7 wins and 4 losses which qualifies the team for CIAC State Tournament - Well Done Bobcats!
Posted by cdoherty  On May 12, 2021 at 7:28 AM
  
 
SWHS Presents Pandemonium 2020!! This cabaret style show with original dialogue is sure to entertain! Join these nine talented actors as they sing through struggle and celebrate community with songs from the American Musical Theatre! See the homepage for the link to the virtual musical!
https://highschool.southwindsorschools.org/news/what_s_new/pandemonium_2020

Last chance for students interested in attending the CONNect Virtual College Fair featuring each of Connecticut's four state universities (Central, Eastern, Southern, and Western) and the University of Connecticut! Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 12th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. will be the final night of the series. To sign up for the event, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/connect-virtual-college-fairs-hosted-by-ccsu-ecsu-scsu-wcsu-and-uconn-registration-124148562693

Are you interested in spending a year in another country? The Study and Go Abroad virtual fair will offer information on options to study, travel, work or volunteer abroad. The event takes place Thursday, May 20th and will offer a series of webinars from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. To register go to https://saga.easyvirtualfair.com/
 
The Teen Center is currently open for drop-in hours and welcomes all high school students to attend on Monday and Thursdays from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. The Center is located in the Community Center at 150 Nevers Road, across from the high school and offers a variety of activities including a Wii and Xbox, pool tables, air hockey, ping-pong, and ski ball. Join them to watch movies on rainy days, or if you enjoy DIY activities they have plenty of craft supplies. Please contact Danielle if you are interested in stopping by or have questions at 860-648-6360.
 
The William L. Perry scholarship is awarded to South Windsor High School graduating seniors who have a record of outstanding leadership and have successfully studied a rigorous courseload. Applications are due this Friday, May 14th. Please search for the scholarship in Naviance or contact Mrs. Carty if you need help finding it.

There are several job postings for part-time or summer work available to students who are at least 16 years of age. The Red Cabin Restaurant is hiring both a dishwasher and a busser/food runner, Channel 3 Kids Camp is looking for 18 year old or older students interested in working with kids in its summer program, Six Flags, Lowe’s and LAZ Parking have all been looking for help recently. Stop by the Career Center to get application information on jobs that might interest you.
 
ATHLETIC NEWS:
The Boys Tennis Team got back on the winning track after 4 tough matches with a win over Enfield/Somers Co-Op by a score of 5-2. Winning for the Bobcats were Rahul Mahesh and Kevin Joseph in Singles and Vrishab Murali & Anthony Chen in Doubles. Enfield/Somers defaulted their #2 & #3 Doubles. The Bobcats next match is Tuesday, May 11th vs. Rocky Hill at home. Congrats to the team for their win!
Posted by cdoherty  On May 11, 2021 at 7:26 AM
  

Seniors: Today is the deadline for Outing and Reception sign-ups. Please see Google classroom for the links and specific information. If you paid, but do not see the sign-up links, please see/email Mrs. McCool or Ms. Andrews by the end of the day today. 
 
Last chance for students interested in attending the CONNect Virtual College Fair featuring each of Connecticut's four state universities (Central, Eastern, Southern, and Western) and the University of Connecticut! Wednesday, May 12th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. will be the final night of the series. To sign up for the event, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/connect-virtual-college-fairs-hosted-by-ccsu-ecsu-scsu-wcsu-and-uconn-registration-124148562693

Are you interested in spending a year in another country? The Study and Go Abroad virtual fair will offer information on options to study, travel, work or volunteer abroad. The event takes place Thursday, May 20th and will offer a series of webinars from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. To register go to https://saga.easyvirtualfair.com/
 
Seniors: Please be sure to complete your Graduation-Final Transcript Survey. This information provides School Counseling with a helpful overview of college application outcomes, but it also indicates where your final transcript should be sent or what your other post-graduation plans may be. To access the survey, log-in to Naviance, go to About Me, My Surveys, Surveys Not Started, and then open the Graduation-Final Transcript Survey.
Posted by cdoherty  On May 10, 2021 at 7:29 AM
  
Curtain Up! The fully digital South Windsor High School musical production, "Pandemonium 2020," will premiere TONIGHT at 7:00 p.m.! The cabaret-style show features nine talented students performing short, original scenes and songs from the American musical theatre canon. See the SWHS website at 7:00 p.m. for the show link!

Hispanic and LatinE Club focuses on elevating and celebrating all of the different Hispanic and LatinE cultures through open discussions, open mics, our website, articles, and more! If you are interested in joining the Hispanic and LatinE Organization please join the google classroom using the code: xmijsap or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead.

The Freshmen Class of 2024 is having a fundraiser at a frozen yogurt shop located at 1500 Pleasant Valley Road TONIGHT, Friday, May 7th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Be sure to mention the SWHS Class of 2024 when purchasing!
 
Seniors: If you paid to attend Senior Outing and/or Reception, sign-ups for busses, meals, and tables will be posted to Google classroom today. All sign-ups must be completed by Monday, May 10th. All information about the sign-up process is posted in classroom. If you paid, but do not see the sign-up links, please see/email Mrs. McCool or Ms. Andrews before Monday. 

Unified for Underprivileged Girls is having an apparel fundraiser! Use the link below and/or the link listed on the Unified for Unprivileged Girls website to purchase your items and support our club! All proceeds will be donated to underprivileged girls in Kenya. Our online store is open until the end of May! Contact Olivia Liegl for more details.
https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/unified-for-underprivileged-girls-306439?_k=5lfcn6

For the first time in years, SWHS will hold a Culture Night (virtually of course). Come celebrate your culture with other students and learn about each other. If you are interested in presenting your culture please join the google classroom using this code: esqjo2w or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead. We will be holding an informational meeting so stay tuned. 

Seniors who have not yet completed Capstone are in danger of being unable to attend Senior Outing. There is a mandatory workshop being held this Friday, May 7th to aid you in finishing this graduation requirement. It will take place in room 132 for students attending in person.  Full distance learners will attend online via Google Meet. Students will be scheduled for a workshop during their early release, study hall, or may be excused from classes depending on their individual class schedule. You will be informed of when you are to attend the workshop through Google Classroom and your school email. To be eligible to attend Senior Outing, the written portion of Capstone must be turned into Google Classroom by May 13th. After you have completed the written components, your presentation will be scheduled. Capstone requirements are detailed on the Capstone Google Classroom. If you have any questions about the requirements, please contact the Capstone Coordinators at capstone@swindsor.k12.ct.us

Seniors: There are still scholarships available with approaching deadlines. The William L Perry Scholarship, which is awarded to seniors who have exhibited outstanding leadership, while maintaining a rigorous course load, and strong academic performance. Applicants must show a record of participation in high commitment activities such as athletics, music or drama, while also being active leaders in service clubs or student government. This is a great opportunity for students who meet the criteria as it is for SWHS students ONLY. You must apply by May 14th. The application is linked to the scholarship listing in Naviance. Please contact Mrs. Carty if you have any questions or to submit your application.
 
Seniors: Channel 3 Kids Camp in Andover is looking for graduating high school seniors wishing to work with kids of all abilities while being a part of a unique and diverse community. They are hosting an on-site Summer Job Fair this Saturday, May 8th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the camp, located at 73 Times Farm Road in Andover, CT. For more information, view the flyer in the Career Center, attend the job fair, or apply at www.channel3kidscamp.org
 
Seniors: Please be sure to complete your Graduation-Final Transcript Survey. This information provides School Counseling with a helpful overview of college application outcomes, but it also indicates where your final transcript should be sent or what your other post-graduation plans may be. To access the survey, log-in to Naviance, go to About Me, My Surveys, Surveys Not Started, and then open the Graduation-Final Transcript Survey.
 
ATHLETIC NEWS:
The Bobcats Boys Tennis played their toughest match so far this season against a very strong Avon team. Although the team lost 0-7, the team made the Avon team work for their wins - Great Job Guys! Next match is another tough one away at Hall!
Posted by cdoherty  On May 07, 2021 at 7:34 AM
  

May is Asian-American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  As we celebrate and honor the AAPI communities this month, take a moment to recognize the numerous contributions members of the AAPI community have made to our country and the world. Please take a moment to reflect on how you can contribute to a more inclusive community.  
 
Hispanic and LatinE Club focuses on elevating and celebrating all of the different Hispanic and LatinE cultures through open discussions, open mics, our website, articles, and more! If you are interested in joining the Hispanic and LatinE Organization please join the google classroom using the code: xmijsap or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead.

The Japanese Club will meet virtually TODAY at 2:30 p.m. We will learn of Japanese festivals and continue to speak more Japanese! 

The Freshmen Class of 2024 is having a fundraiser at a frozen yogurt shop located at 1500 Pleasant Valley Road on Friday, May 7th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Be sure to mention the SWHS Class of 2024 when purchasing!

For the first time in years, SWHS will hold a Culture Night (virtually of course). Come celebrate your culture with other students and learn about each other. If you are interested in presenting your culture please join the google classroom using this code: esqjo2w or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead. We will be holding an informational meeting so stay tuned. 

The Sophomore Class is having an apparel fundraiser! Tees, hoodies, backpacks, and more! Wear your Bobcat apparel with pride. Visit the online store to get your gear today! https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/swhs-class-of-2023-apparel-fundraiser?_k=osz61x
 
Seniors: If you plan to attend Senior Outing and/or Reception, all payments & signed outing permission slips are due TODAY. On tomorrow, Friday, May 7th, you will be able to sign up for outing busses and table/meal selection for reception. All sign ups will be posted to Google classroom and must be completed by Monday, May 10th. If you have any questions, please see or email Ms. Andrews or Mrs. McCool. 

Seniors who have not yet completed Capstone are in danger of being unable to attend Senior Outing. There is a mandatory workshop being held this Friday, May 7th to aid you in finishing this graduation requirement. It will take place in room 132 for students attending in person.  Full distance learners will attend online via Google Meet. Students will be scheduled for a workshop during their early release, study hall, or may be excused from classes depending on their individual class schedule. You will be informed of when you are to attend the workshop through Google Classroom and your school email. To be eligible to attend Senior Outing, the written portion of Capstone must be turned into Google Classroom by May 13th. After you have completed the written components, your presentation will be scheduled. Capstone requirements are detailed on the Capstone Google Classroom. If you have any questions about the requirements, please contact the Capstone Coordinators at capstone@swindsor.k12.ct.us. 

Seniors: There are still scholarships available with approaching deadlines. The William L Perry Scholarship, which is awarded to seniors who have exhibited outstanding leadership, while maintaining a rigorous course load, and strong academic performance. Applicants must show a record of participation in high commitment activities such as athletics, music or drama, while also being active leaders in service clubs or student government. This is a great opportunity for students who meet the criteria as it is for SWHS students ONLY. You must apply by May 14th. The application is linked to the scholarship listing in Naviance. Please contact Mrs. Carty if you have any questions or to submit your application.
 
Seniors: Channel 3 Kids Camp in Andover is looking for graduating high school seniors wishing to work with kids of all abilities while being a part of a unique and diverse community. They are hosting an on-site Summer Job Fair this Saturday, May 8th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the camp, located at 73 Times Farm Road in Andover, CT. For more information, view the flyer in the Career Center, attend the job fair, or apply at www.channel3kidscamp.org
Posted by cdoherty  On May 06, 2021 at 7:54 AM
  

May is Asian-American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  As we celebrate and honor the AAPI communities this month, take a moment to recognize the numerous contributions members of the AAPI community have made to our country and the world. Please take a moment to reflect on how you can contribute to a more inclusive community.  
 
Hispanic and LatinE Club focuses on elevating and celebrating all of the different Hispanic and LatinE cultures through open discussions, open mics, our website, articles, and more! If you are interested in joining the Hispanic and LatinE Organization please join the google classroom using the code: xmijsap or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead.

The Japanese Club will meet virtually this Thursday, May 6th at 2:30 p.m. We will learn of Japanese festivals and continue to speak more Japanese! 

For the first time in years, SWHS will hold a Culture Night (virtually of course). Come celebrate your culture with other students and learn about each other. If you are interested in presenting your culture please join the google classroom using this code: esqjo2w or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead. We will be holding an informational meeting so stay tuned. 

Do you enjoy competitive video games? Are you a fan of casual gaming? If so, then Strategy Club is the place for you! We have a wide variety of games and activities that cater to many preferences. Some activities we offer include Dungeons and Dragons, Minecraft, Among Us, Smash Bros. and many more! We meet virtually every Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. after school via Google Meet. Our classroom code is k4qkjgm.   
 
Seniors: If you plan to attend Senior Outing and/or Reception, all payments & signed outing permission slips are due THIS THURSDAY, May 6th. On Friday, May 7th, you will be able to sign up for outing busses and table/meal selection for reception. All sign ups will be posted to Google classroom and must be completed by Monday, May 10th. If you have any questions, please see or email Ms. Andrews or Mrs. McCool. 

Seniors who have not yet completed Capstone are in danger of being unable to attend Senior Outing. There is a mandatory workshop being held this Friday, May 7th to aid you in finishing this graduation requirement. It will take place in room 132 for students attending in person.  Full distance learners will attend online via Google Meet. Students will be scheduled for a workshop during their early release, study hall, or may be excused from classes depending on their individual class schedule. You will be informed of when you are to attend the workshop through Google Classroom and your school email. To be eligible to attend Senior Outing, the written portion of Capstone must be turned into Google Classroom by May 13th. After you have completed the written components, your presentation will be scheduled. Capstone requirements are detailed on the Capstone Google Classroom. If you have any questions about the requirements, please contact the Capstone Coordinators at capstone@swindsor.k12.ct.us. 

Seniors: There are still scholarships available with approaching deadlines. The William L Perry Scholarship, which is awarded to seniors who have exhibited outstanding leadership, while maintaining a rigorous course load, and strong academic performance. Applicants must show a record of participation in high commitment activities such as athletics, music or drama, while also being active leaders in service clubs or student government. This is a great opportunity for students who meet the criteria as it is for SWHS students ONLY. You must apply by May 14th. The application is linked to the scholarship listing in Naviance. Please contact Mrs. Carty if you have any questions or to submit your application.
 
Channel 3 Kids Camp in Andover is looking for GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS wishing to work with kids of all abilities while being a part of a unique and diverse community. They are hosting an on-site Summer Job Fair this Saturday, May 8th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the camp, located at 73 Times Farm Road in Andover, CT. For more information, view the flyer in the Career Center, attend the job fair, or apply at www.channel3kidscamp.org
Posted by cdoherty  On May 05, 2021 at 7:26 AM
  

Hispanic and LatinE Club focuses on elevating and celebrating all of the different Hispanic and LatinE cultures through open discussions, open mics, our website, articles, and more! If you are interested in joining the Hispanic and LatinE Organization please join the google classroom using the code: xmijsap or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead.

The Japanese Club will meet virtually this Thursday, May 6th at 2:30 p.m. We will learn of Japanese festivals and continue to speak more Japanese! 

For the first time in years, SWHS will hold a Culture Night (virtually of course). Come celebrate your culture with other students and learn about each other. If you are interested in presenting your culture please join the google classroom using this code: esqjo2w or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead. We will be holding an informational meeting so stay tuned. 

Do you enjoy competitive video games? Are you a fan of casual gaming? If so, then Strategy Club is the place for you! We have a wide variety of games and activities that cater to many preferences. Some activities we offer include Dungeons and Dragons, Minecraft, Among Us, Smash Bros. and many more! We meet virtually every Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. after school via Google Meet. Our classroom code is k4qkjgm.   

Seniors: If you plan to attend Senior Outing and/or Reception, all payments & signed outing permission slips are due THIS THURSDAY, May 6th. On Friday, May 7th, you will be able to sign up for outing busses and table/meal selection for reception. All sign ups will be posted to Google classroom and must be completed by Monday, May 10th. If you have any questions, please see or email Ms. Andrews or Mrs. McCool. 
 
The Sophomore Class is having an apparel fundraiser! Tees, hoodies, backpacks, and more! Wear your Bobcat apparel with pride. Visit the online store to get your gear today! https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/swhs-class-of-2023-apparel-fundraiser?_k=osz61x

Seniors: There are still scholarships available with approaching deadlines. The William L Perry Scholarship, which is awarded to seniors who have exhibited outstanding leadership, while maintaining a rigorous course load, and strong academic performance. Applicants must show a record of participation in high commitment activities such as athletics, music or drama, while also being active leaders in service clubs or student government. This is a great opportunity for students who meet the criteria as it is for SWHS students ONLY. You must apply by May 14th. The application is linked to the scholarship listing in Naviance. Please contact Mrs. Carty if you have any questions or to submit your application.
  
ATHLETIC NEWS:
The Bobcats lost a tight match to Wethersfield by a score of 3-4. Winning for the Bobcats was Jonathan Huot and Matthew Chin at Singles and Noah Marques & Suri Singaravelu at Doubles. The Bobcats' record is now 5 wins and 2 losses with tough matches coming up with Avon on Wednesday and Hall on Friday.
Posted by cdoherty  On May 04, 2021 at 7:44 AM
  

Hispanic and LatinE Club focuses on elevating and celebrating all of the different Hispanic and LatinE cultures through open discussions, open mics, our website, articles, and more! If you are interested in joining the Hispanic and LatinE Organization please join the google classroom using the code: xmijsap or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead.

The Japanese Club will meet virtually this Thursday, May 6th at 2:30 p.m. We will learn of Japanese festivals and continue to speak more Japanese! 
  
For the first time in years, SWHS will hold a Culture Night (virtually of course). Come celebrate your culture with other students and learn about each other. If you are interested in presenting your culture please join the google classroom using this code: esqjo2w or contact Ana Norato, Caroline Hegi or Mr. Stead. We will be holding an informational meeting next week, so stay tuned. Come check it out!

The Sophomore Class is having an apparel fundraiser! Tees, hoodies, backpacks, and more! Wear your Bobcat apparel with pride. Visit the online store to get your gear today! https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/swhs-class-of-2023-apparel-fundraiser?_k=osz61x

The CT River Museum presents STEAMgirls, a free virtual event for girls who are interested in studying Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. The second event is Erica Cirino, Writer, Photographer on Thursday, May 6th at 4:30 p.m. Please see the website for more information: https://ctrivermuseum.org/events/steamgirls-at-crm-erica-cirino/
 
ATHLETIC NEWS:
On Friday the undefeated Boys Tennis Team fell to a strong Glastonbury team by a score of 6-1. The lone winner for the Bobcats was Rahul Mahesh in a tough 3 set match at 3rd singles - Congrats Rahul! The team's record stands at 5-1. The Bobcats are looking to get back on the winning track Monday at home versus Wethersfield.
Posted by cdoherty  On May 03, 2021 at 7:35 AM
  
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