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  • Beach Cleanup

    Next beach clean up is Saturday, May 14th, 9AM - 12 PM

    at Indian Rocks Beach the acess across from Guppys

    (Between 17th Ave  and 18th Ave)

    Sign up in A3 and see Mr. Nack for any questions.

    EVERYONE welcome to get volunteer hours.

     

     

    Beach Cleanup

     

     


     

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  • Art Awards

     

    Shaney Patrick won the Award of Excellence for her photograph "Food for Thought",

    at the Visual Metaphor art competition at the Museum of Fine Arts!

    "Food for Thought"

     

    Hannah Gars recently had her photograph, titled "Imagine", advanced to the National level of the "PTA Reflections" competetition! 

    "Imagine"

     


     

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  • Outstanding Achievement Award for E-commerce

     

    Outstanding Achievement Award

    Mr. Scales Interview Questions

     


     

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  • Graduation Countdown

     


     

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  • Testing Calendar

     

    Good Afternoon Warhawks,

     

    Attached is a copy of the testing calendar for the remainder of the year. There will still be some changes and additions to the schedule but it will at least give everyone a good idea of what it will look like from now until summer. Most testing days will have two sessions, one at 7 AM and another at 11 AM and all will take place in either the Media Center or D1. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns feel free to contact me and I will do my best to assist.

     

    Chris Parker

     

    Testing Calendar Spring 2016

     


     

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  • Yearbooks

    Yearbooks Save $25 and buy your yearbook now for $60. After homecoming, prices will go up to $75 and, beginning January 1st, yearbooks will be $85. You may bring your check or cash to D-4 or you may buy your yearbook online at smart-pay.com.

     


     

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  • Principal's Message

    Dear Parents,

         On Behalf of the faculty and staff at Seminole High School, I am happy to welcome you to the 2015-2016 school year! We are looking forward to a productive partnership with you to ensure our students can achieve their highest potential. We recognize that in order to be a successful school, our students need support from both the home and school. We know a strong partnership with you will make a great difference for their education. As partners, we share the responsibility for their success and want you to know that we will do our very best to carry out our responsibilities.

     

    We ask that you guide an support your child's learning by ensuring that he/she:

     

    1. Attends school daily and arrives on time, ready for the day's learning experience
    2. Completes all work assignments given by teachers           
    3. Reads daily to develop a love for reading and to improve literacy skills
    4. Shares school experiences with you so that you are aware of his/her school life
    5. Informs you if they need additional support in any area or subject
    6. Knows that you expect them to succeed in school and be ready for college or career
    7. Joins an athletic team, club or organization. We find that students engaged in the life of the school tend to have greater success academically

     

         Before I close, I'm asking to please consider joining our school volunteer programs as our students can greatly benefit from your involvement and contributions to the school's program and its operations. You can also do so by calling our Family & Community Laison (Volunteer Coordinator) Ann Wilson at 727-547-7536 ext. 2136.

     

         I'm looking forward to a great school year,

     

         Dr. Thomas Britain

     

         Principal

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Events

  • Ryan Nece Power of Giving Program 

     

    Students:

    Are you?

    A leader in your school or community?

    Passionate about a social problem or community need?

    An enthusiastic and hardworking volunteer?

    Motivated and self-directed?

    Do you?

    Want to further develop your leadership skills?

    Want to make a difference in your community?

    Want to use your time and talents to help others?

     

    Power of Giving Student Service Program!

    We are seeking current sophomores from Hillsborough and Pinellas County schools to join the 2016-17 program via an online application @www.ryannecefoundation.org.  The application period is February 29 –April 15.  Students will be notified of their acceptance into the programMay 2.  A mandatory meeting will be held May 17 and as least one parent/guardian must attend.

     

    Students selected for the program will:

    Need to be able to commit to a two-year leadership development program and be able to travel for a capstone service learning trip.  This may include international travel and would require a valid passport.

    Be responsible to complete a 10 month leadership curriculum course work on time, attend monthly meetings and service projects, and participate in community outreach programs and/or fundraising events in the evenings and/or weekends.

    Have opportunities to earn over 60 service hours (Bright Futures and CAS qualified).

    Meet and work with students and mentors from diverse backgrounds from the greater Tampa Bay area.

    Have opportunities for internships and letters of recommendation from the Ryan Nece Foundation Board of Directors and staff.

    Develop usable and marketable skills such as project management, public speaking, social media, fundraising, social enterprise creation and management, collaboration, business etiquette, etc.

    Power of Giving Student Service Program

    Ideal Student Candidate Profile

     


     

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  • SHS Cinderella Play Review 

    "So impressed, I looked on the SHS website to see more information about the play. We loved the SHS website with all the amazing photos from Friday night's performance. It was so nice to reminisce about the scenes as we looked at the photos and we found ourselves smiling the whole time!"   -  Donna A. Johnson

     


     

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  • Driver Education Summer Camp 2016

     

    Pinellas County Schools will offer a free driver education camp this summer. 

    There will be one session for public and private school students at no cost to families. 

    The session is scheduled from 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 

     The camp is open to residents of Pinellas County, no graduates.

     

    Registration Begins: February 9, 2016 (Anything prior to this date is not valid.)

    Requirements: Students must be at least 15 years old and have a learner's permit when session begins.  Two absences result in an automatic withdrawal from the course.  There is a 40 student maximum per site so register as early as possible.

     

    Session 1 (10 days) June 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28.

    Summer Driver Ed Scdedule for 2016

    HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION 2016

    DRIVER EDUCAITON INFO

     


     

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Freshmen

Seniors

  • Graduation Information

    Graduation is on June 1st at 11:15am at Tropicana Field

    (One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg Drive, Florida 33705)

    Parking is $10

    Football Game  

     

    Dress Code for Commencement
    Female Male
    Full white outfit Tie
    White shoes White collared dress shirt (long or short sleeve)
     (No rubber flip-flops, sneakers, shorts, army boots, or torn clothing.) Dark dress shoes (No sandals, flip-flops, sneakers or army boots.)

     

     Battle of the classes

     

    Senior Class Sponsors
    Jessica Hoag
    Room A-2
    Kathy Gavin
    Room E-1
    Sarah Miller
    Room
    B-13

     

     

     Remaining cap and gown orders- should be made at the following website:

    http://www.herffjonesstpete.com/

     

    Senior Breakfast- On May 20th at 8:30 at Banquet Masters (students only). Tickets are $20. They will go on sale on Tuesday, May 1st. (Cash only)

     

     

     


     

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  • Scholarship Opportunities

     

    Congress-Bundestag Vocational Exchange Scholarship

     

    Annual JSG Leadership Program

     

    Insurance Professionals of Pinellas $500 Scholarship Contest

     


     

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  •  

    Have you had your Senior Pictures taken yet?

    If not, you need to call Prestige at 813-402-3500 by October 16th. If you want to be in the yearbook, you must have your senior picture taken by Prestige. Photos taken after November 21st will not be printed in the yearbook, so make your appointment today!

     


     

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  • Contact Information
    Contact Mrs. Hoag at hoagj@pcsb.org for any questions related to graduation.
     

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  • Graduation Fees

    Graduation fees of $70 should be paid in the front office to Mrs. Wilson.  Grad fees pay for the Commencement Ceremony at Tropicana Field.

    Here is a breakdown of grad fees. Total expenses divided by the estimated number of graduates. Hope this helps!

     

     

    Tropicana Field Lease

    $7,500

    St. Petersburg Police Department

    $1,000

    Maintenance

    $0 ( during school hours)

    Flowers

    $300

    Diploma

    $4,200

    Mini Diplomas

    $1,500

    Medallions

    $5,000

    Val and Sal Medallions

    $150 

    Security (2)

    $300 (SRO) Estimated

    Top 10% Tassels

    $600

    Program

    $3,500

    Total

    $24,150.00

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Course Registration

Exam Info

  • Exam Information

    ·         May 3, 2016---Exam Exemption Forms are available in Guidance. Students should see Ms. Williams or Ms. Estelle

    ·         May 10, 2016—Exam Exemption Forms are due in the Guidance Office, no later than 2:00 PM

    ·         May 16, 2016—Early Exam forms are available in the Guidance Office. Students should see Ms. Williams.

    ·         May 17, 2016—List of students that are eligible for Exam Exemption will be emailed to SHS staff

    ·         May 18, 2016—Early Exam Forms are due to Guidance Office by 12 Noon

    ·         May 19, 2016—Students that have been approved or denied for Early Exams will be notified.

    ·         May 23-26, 2016—Early Exam Schedule

    ·         May 25, 2016--

    o   Modified Block Schedule

    o   Period 1 and 2 Senior Exam

    ·         May 26, 2016--

    o   Modified Block Schedule

    o   Period 3 and 4 Senior Exam

    ·         May 27, 2016--

    o   Period 6 and 7 Senior Exam

    ·         May 31, 2016--

    o   Period 5 Senior Exam

    ·         June 2, 2016—Period 1 and 2 Underclassman Exam

    ·         June 3, 2016—Period 3 and 4 Underclassman Exam

    ·         June 6, 2016—Period 6 and 7 Underclassman Exam

    ·         June 7, 2016—Period 5 Underclassman Exam

     

    Exam Schedule 

    Exam Exemption Procedures

    Early Exam Process/Application

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