In This Edition
Banner Season for Maeser Spring Sports, Senior Prom, MS Shakespeare Auditions, Final Exam Schedule, Textbook Return/Replacement Fees, Class of 2023 Graduation Activities, NG Make-up, Summer School Credit Recovery, Volunteer Help Needed (Help with Senior Graduation Breakfast, Counseling Donations, Report Your Volunteer Hours, Questions About Volunteer Hours), Sports Announcements (Fall 23-24 Sports Academic Eligibility, Sports Physicals, Maeser Sports Guide), Can We Reach You In Case Of Emergency? (Opt In For School Text Messages, Update Your Contact Information)
Front Office Hours This Week
**PARENTS: Please remember to check in at the front office when visiting the school during school hours, including Fridays. We appreciate your help in keeping our students safe!**
Upcoming Dates and Deadlines
AP Exams continue
Friday, May 12
10am RISE Make-up Testing (final session)
1pm HS Boys Soccer State Championship Game @ America First Field in Sandy
7pm Show Choir in the Maeser Gym
Saturday, May 13
8-11pm Senior Prom @ The Manor in Riverwoods
Monday-Tuesday, May 15-16
3:30pm MS Fall Shakespeare Competition Auditions
Tuesday, May 16
Last Lecture Assembly
3:45pm HS Girls Basketball Open Gym
Thursday, May 18
3:45pm HS Girls Basketball Open Gym
Friday, May 19-Wednesday, May 24
Final Exams & Return Textbooks to Teachers
Thursday, May 25
Class of 2023 Cap & Gown Photo and Senior Breakfast (seniors)
Advisory & Awards Day Assembly (all students)
Last Day to Return Textbooks
Friday, May 26
9am Graduation Rehearsal
1pm Graduation Ceremony
Banner Season for Maeser Spring Sports
Maeser’s spring sports have had amazing seasons. Here are updates for each sport:
MS Girls Soccer
Currently have a 9-1-1 record and just won their semi-final game yesterday vs. AHS and will be playing for the state championship today at Monticello Academy in West Valley.
MS Boys Volleyball
Finished the season with a perfect 8-0 record in region and repeated as region champions for the 3rd consecutive year. They had a great tournament narrowly losing in the semi-finals.
MS Ultimate Frisbee
Currently have a record of 6-1 and have a tournament this weekend at the Regional Athletic Complex in Salt Lake City. Jax Jensen and Taylor Reedy have been selected to Utah’s All-State MS Team.
HS Boys Soccer
They won their semi-final game this week vs. Waterford and will be playing for the state championship tomorrow at America First Field in Sandy. They repeated as region champions and have a current record of 16-1.
HS Boys Tennis
They just competed at the region tournament and six boys qualified for the state tournament which will be held at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City this weekend. The boys who qualified are Joseph Hilton, Derrek Nguyen, William Gulbrandsen, Dustin Nguyen, Asher Rosenthal, and Jacob Gustaveson.
HS Track and Field
They competed in the region track meet this week and repeated as region champions for both the boys and girls teams. They will be competing at the state championships at BYU May 19-20.
This year’s Senior Prom theme is A Night Under the Stars and it will be a night to remember!
Date: Saturday, May 13
Location: The Manor in Riverwoods
Tickets: $45/couple or $25/stag (purchase in the Maeser front office)
MS Shakespeare Auditions
Middle School Shakespeare auditions for next year are Monday, May 15 and Tuesday, May 16 after school. Please come prepared with a 1-minute monologue. Come to Gerber or Harmon with questions.
Final Exam Schedule
Final Exams start next week! Please help your students finish the school year strong as they prepare for Finals in their core classes. REMEMBER: Friday, May 19 is a required Final Exam day. Please plan ahead so your student does not miss their Finals in 1st and 3rd periods.
The schedule for each day of Finals is 8:00am to 12:30pm, with exams from 8:00-10:00am and 10:30am-12:30pm. Students will have a 30-minute break between Finals (from 10:00-10:30am).
- Friday, May 19: Periods 1 & 3
- Monday, May 22: Periods 2 & 4
- Tuesday, May 23: Periods 5 & 7
- Wednesday, May 24: Periods 6 & 8
Textbook Return/Replacement Fees
Teachers will gather textbooks from students before or during finals (teachers will give instructions). Any textbooks not returned on time will be charged to student accounts. We will notify parents by email if there is a charge. Students can still return textbooks through noon on the last day of school (Awards Day). After that, the fee will remain on their account for next school year.
Class of 2023 Graduation Activities
Seniors and parents: mark your calendars for these important graduation activities!
Thursday, May 25: Class Cap & Gown photo; Senior breakfast at Maeser
Friday, May 26: Graduation Rehearsal & Ceremony at Thanksgiving Point Show Barn
- 9:00am: Graduation Rehearsal (mandatory for all graduates!)
- 1:00pm: Graduation Ceremony — each graduate may invite up to 8 guests to attend
All NG make-up should be completed by Review Day, especially for seniors who will be participating in graduation activities. There will be service opportunities the week of June 1st as teachers clean up their classrooms for summer. After this, NGs become NCs (essentially Fs) and coursework will need to be remediated.
Summer School Credit Recovery
Summer school offerings are intended to assist students in remediating (making up) failed or missing credits for graduation.
Maeser Summer Session
This summer Maeser will host two sessions on campus:
- Session 1: June 5-23 from 9am-12pm at Maeser. Cost: $200 ($75 will be refunded if student completes coursework by Friday, June 16)
- Session 2: June 12-23 from 9am-12pm at Maeser. Cost: $125
Registration is open now via Google Form. Please complete the Summer School Form and follow the payment options.
**Please note that payments take 2-3 business days to process electronically. You may also pay for summer school in the front office during normal business hours M-F in May.
Contact your student’s counselor:
Mrs. Chapman: email@example.com
Ms. Sorenson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Peck: email@example.com
Volunteer Help Needed
Help with Senior Graduation Breakfast
The Senior Class Presidency would love some help with their Graduation Breakfast. Please help make their pre-graduation activity super special. For more information and to sign up, please visit our SignUpGenius: Senior Graduation Breakfast.
The Middle School Counseling team is in need of large bags of individual sized candy. You can use this towards your volunteer hours!
- Kind: an assortment- chocolate, hard candy like jolly ranchers, tootsie pops or rolls, whatever comes in the assorted bags is fine. We would like some non-chocolate as well.
- Amount: 4-5 bags/month
Report Your Volunteer Hours
DON’T FORGET! Report your volunteer hours once you’ve dropped off your donation: Report Parent Service Hours. Each $5 spent for donations counts as one hour of volunteer service!
Questions About Volunteer Hours?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HS Girls Basketball Open Gyms
There will be open gyms for high school girls basketball (current 8th-11th graders) on Tuesday, May 16th and Thursday, May 18th from 3:45-4:45pm.
Fall 23-24 Sports Academic Eligibility
Eligibility for participation in fall sports/activities will be determined by 4th term grades. All students (middle and high school) must have earned a 2.7 GPA with no Fs. In addition, high school students cannot have any Fs/NGs/Incompletes from previous high school terms. All Fs/NGs must be made up by the last day of term.
All students, middle school and high school, who will be playing sports this year (2022-23) need a physical in order to play. Physicals completed on or after March 10, 2022 are good until July 15, 2023. Any physicals completed before March 10, 2022 will not be accepted (per UHSAA policy) for this school year.
Here is a link to the UHSAA form which Maeser uses for ALL athletes: UHSAA Physical Form
Maeser Sports Guide
For a list of the sports that are available at Maeser for both MS and HS students, click here: Maeser Sports Guide. The Sports Guide includes whether the team is boys, girls, or coed, when tryouts are, who the coach is, and the coach’s contact information, if it is available.
Can We Reach You In Case Of Emergency?
It’s important to keep your contact information up to date and opt-in to receive text messages from Maeser — in case of an emergency, this is how we notify parents! In addition, we use your contact information to notify you about important school events and school fees deadlines.
Here’s how to make sure you’re getting all of our important announcements and information:
Opt In For School Text Messages
Our school utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts, student fees, and more. We will only use text messaging for urgent and important information.
You can participate in this service by sending a text message of “Y” or “Yes” to our school’s short code number, 67587.
You can also opt out of text messages at any time by simply replying to one of our messages with “Stop”.
Update Your Contact Information
If any of your contact information has changed – email address, mailing address, phone number – please let us know asap so we can be sure you’re getting school and teacher communications.
Thank you for helping us keep in contact with your family!