Good Luck to the Boys’ Lacrosse Team as they will play in the Division III State Championship Game v. Dover-Sherborn at at Harvard University!
Class of 2016 Fundraiser
Please support the Class of 2016 by purchasing or lunch or dinner at Pepperoni Express on . A portion of the proceeds will help out the senior class. Thank you!
Final Exam Information
Grades 9-11 Final Exams- All dismissals and Bus Arrivals occur at
- Period 1 & 2 exams
- Period 3 & 4 exams
- Period 5 & 6 exams
- Period 7 exam/makeups
- Periods 1-7, Dismissal/Bus Arrival at
*Students that have at least a 90 average for the year in a class, would be exempt from taking the final exam. Students may leave the building if they do not have an exam or remain in the Commons until we dismissed students at
Community Service Program at the Community Barn
Our Senior Leader's will also play a significant role with our 9th grade orientation day which will involve the senior leaders going to the Community Barn one day over the summer to learn about the program. The senior leaders may choose one of the following dates to attend a session: , 28th, , 17th.
General School Information for Students
Report cards will be available for student viewing in PowerSchool on .
Please have your child check the lost & found bin in the Commons and with the Main Office if you have misplaced anything during the school year. All items left behind will be donated to charity on .
Junior students may now pick up their parking application for next year in the Main Office. Applications must be returned with a copy of their license and registration along with $200.00. Junior applications are due by . Stickers may be picked up starting .
VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS AT THE GRAFTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
JOIN US DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR AND SUMMER!!
Your help is needed, and volunteering at the Library is a great way to give back to the community!
The Grafton Public Library welcomes volunteer applications year round from applicants ages 14 and up. Volunteers work 1-3 hours per week and assist with various Library tasks under staff supervision. Tasks may include, but are not limited to:
· Home delivery to house-bound patrons (pending valid Driver’s license);
· Shelving, shelf-reading and display;
· Helping with the Easter Egg Hunt for the coming year;
· Helping with incoming and outgoing materials delivery;
· Clerical tasks such as photocopying, paper trimming, craft preparation, labeling, book covering, and stamping;
· Summer reading program registration, promotion and prep; Dress up as a superhero
· Seasonal grounds-keeping (recycling, trash pickup, raking, watering, weeding, mulching seeding the vegetable gardens);
· Programming, including presenting programs to the public;
· Reading on the GCTV Storytellers Program
· Computer assistance and support
Every year, all volunteers will be invited to a fun Volunteer Appreciation Event at the Grafton Public Library. Volunteers in no way replace or do the jobs of permanent part time or full time staff. A Library cannot be run by volunteers, nor can it run without volunteers. Your help is needed, and volunteering at the Library is a great way to give back to the community!
We make every effort to match interests to tasks. Volunteers may be restricted to tasks and work hours by age. Volunteers over the age of 18 are subject to a CORI background check.
Complete an application online at graftonlibrary.org/volunteer, or stop in to pick up an application. For more details about the volunteer program, please contact Susan Leto, Volunteer Coordinator, at 508-839-4649 x1108 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
IPad Waiver Information for students
Required iPad Insurance Waiver for Summer 2015
As the end of another successful school year approaches, we are pleased to offer the opportunity for students to keep their iPads over the summer. Since there is a need to protect the investment in iPads by the District, we are requesting parents to fill out the waiver form (https://goo.gl/V4aojP) requiring a choice to:
Renew insurance (if necessary) or obtain insurance on the iPad. Insurance can be purchased from Securranty HERE: http://goo.gl/72nLwC. or
Accept financial responsibility for iPad replacement ($499.00) or screen replacement ($300.00).
Students may return their iPads for the summer to Tech Force room B143 if families do not wish to purchase insurance or accept responsibility. Please sign the waiver by June 18, 2015.
Lost/Stolen iPad Air 2 replacement cost is $499.00
If stolen, the police report should have been filed and copy of report provided to the school.
Broken iPad Air 2 screen replacement without insurance must be returned to the school with a check for $300.00.
Securranty Claims- You must contact Securranty directly. The repaired iPad will be sent to your home address. Parents should have their student’s serial number and policy number prior to beginning the process. Contacting the company by phone is very effective: 877-592-7726 or you can use the website: http://goo.gl/72nLwC.