In this edition: School Fees, Maeser Summer Reading Program, Summer Driver Education Class, Drama Opportunities Next Year, 2019-20 Concurrent Enrollment Classes, Sports Announcements: NCAA Registration, HS Tennis (Girls & Boys), MS Fall Sports, Activities/Sports Eligibility for 1st Term 2019-2020
Upcoming Dates and Deadlines
Front Office Hours: Last Week of School
Summer Front Office Hours
June 3-28 – 9:00am-12:30pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday
July – CLOSED
August 5-9 – 9:00am-12:30pm Monday-Friday
August 12 – Regular office hours resume
Monday, May 27
Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL
8:00am-12:30pm Final Exams
- Tuesday, May 28: 5th and 7th periods
- Wednesday, May 29: 6th and 8th periods
Thursday, May 30
Awards Assembly / Year-End Checkout / Yearbook Day
7:15am SENIORS: Cap & Gown Photo on the Maeser front steps
8:00am Class Awards in Mentoring classes (grades 7-11), Senior breakfast
8:30am Awards Assembly in the gym – parents are invited and should arrive by 8:15am to be seated
~9:30am Locker clean-out
~10:15am Checkout completion and yearbook distribution
Your student will not be allowed to pick up their yearbook if they have any outstanding fees. This includes missing locks, textbooks, or library books.
12:30pm Dismissed for the year
Friday, May 31
1pm Graduation @ American Heritage School
Summer School: Session 1
Summer School: Session 2
All fees must be paid before students can check out and pick up their yearbooks!
Please keep in mind:
- Fees may still be assessed to your student’s account for missing textbooks, class materials, library books or locks.
- Any unpaid fees will be rolled over to next school year and will continue to accrue late fees. If your student is graduating, fees will be moved to a sibling account.
- Your student may not participate in any sports/activities next school year until they have paid any back fees.
- If you are having trouble paying your fees and/or have extenuating circumstances, please contact the Finance Office ASAP at email@example.com or call 801-235-9000 and ask for Sam or Michelle. We will do our best to work with you. Thanks!
Maeser Summer Reading Program
One of summer’s great joys is finding yourself engrossed in a great book. This year’s community text is Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Students and families are encouraged to read this book together and discuss its important themes. Information about the Summer Reading Program can be found here: Summer Reading Program.
We will be sending out a survey at the beginning of the school year to find out who’s been reading what. Send any questions to Mr. Simmons (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Summer Driver Education Class
There will be a driver education class at Maeser Prep June 3-13 starting at 9:00am. The sign-up sheet will be at the front desk.
Drama Opportunities Next Year
Visit our new website www.maeserdrama.com to learn about what we have in store, get updates, and start planning your next year’s activities!
2019-20 Concurrent Enrollment Classes
Students planning on taking a Concurrent Enrollment class during the 2019/20 school year (next year) should begin the enrollment and registration process with UVU now! Go to www.uvu.edu/concurrent and follow the steps.
Planning to Play Sports in College?
Students planning on playing sports in college need to be registered with NCAA. Please speak with Mrs. Sorenson for details!
HS Tennis (Girls & Boys)
Anyone interested in playing tennis next year, girls and boys, contact Coach Smith for information about the season and summer Open Hits: email@example.com, 301.401.0789.
MS Fall Sports
The middle school has girls volleyball, boys soccer, and girls/boys cross country in the fall. Practices for these teams occur during a 4th period class that will serve as the student’s elective for the semester.
Activities/Sports Eligibility for 1st Term 2019-2020
Do you plan on participating in a sport/activity during the 1st term of the 2019-2020 school year? If the answer is yes then your eligibility will be based on your 4th term grades THIS YEAR. That is correct, the grades you earn this term will determine whether or not you can participate and this applies to all current 7th-11th graders. The standard is a 2.7 GPA with no Fs/NGs. An additional requirement for high school students is no Fs/NGs from any previous high school terms. The good news: if you have an F/NG during any previous terms you will have the summer to make them up if needed.