WEEK 38 –

  June 10 – 14, 2019

Last week of School!



Weekly Schedule

Activities Description

Monday, June 10

National Black Cow Day!


Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors can pick up their yearbooks on Thursday, June 13th during first and second lunches. If you haven’t already bought one then please do so ASAP in the ASB.


It’s time to return all elevator keys.  Anyone who borrowed a key during the school year, now is the time to return the key!



Tuesday, June 11

  National Corn on the Cob Day!

Wednesday, June 12

National Red Rose Day!

Thursday, June 13

  National Kitchen Klutzes of America Day!

Friday, June 14

  National Flag Day!



Last Day of School Early Release @ 12:00











Chromebook Check-ins Start This Week

Students will begin checking in their Chromebooks this week with their English classes. It is important to follow the procedure that is on the Chromebook Check-in Slides Presentation that will be shared with you in your classes and which is also available on the Home Page of the R. A. Long Library website.  The check-in dates for Chromebooks are:

Sophomores – Monday, June 10

Juniors – Tuesday, June 11

Chromebooks that have not been checked in by Thursday, June 6 for seniors, and  Wednesday, June 12 for all other students, will be reported stolen, the device will be disabled, and a fine of $326 will be attached to your account.

To anyone who has signed up for AP English Language and Composition (aka AP Lang), please stop by room 207 before the end of the year to talk about summer homework.

Attention football players:  If you are going to football camp this summer, your paperwork must be turned in to the ASB office before the last day of school.

Auditions for AXIDENTAL HARMONY, RA Long’s a cappella choir will be during early bird time Monday, June 10 and Tuesday, June 11 in the choir room, room 112 at Monticello.   There are sign-ups for 10 minute time slots on the choir room door.  There is also Information about the audition on the choir room door.  Come be part of the fun!

Do you need a summer job?  The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for workers.  For more information, pick up a flyer in the Career Center.