• Thursday 1/29 - A Day – 4A Puma Time
    • PARCC on-line systemic infrastructure test – 10:00 AM – 11:00AM
    • Advanced Placement Meeting – 4:00 PM
    • Fall sports banquet – 6:00 PM
    • Basketball vs. High Point (Boys Away; Girls Home) – (JV) 5:30 PM & (V) 7:00 PM – re-scheduled from last week
    • PUMA Word of the Day: inane- adj. without sense, stupid
      His inane comments made him seem silly next to his serious sister.
    Friday 1/30 – B Day – 12 Puma Time - Advisory
    • 10th grade assembly – 9:15 AM
    • Instructional Council Meeting - 2:30 PM - in Principal’s Conference Room
    • Basketball vs. DuVal (Boys Home; Girls Away) – (JV) 5:30 PM & (V) 7:00 PM
    • PUMA Word of the Day: ubiquitous- adj. existing everywhere, widespread
      It seems that everyone in the United States has a television. The technology is ubiquitous here.
    Saturday, January 31, 2015
    Wrestling vs. Potomac (Away) – 10:00 AM
    Swim Meet #7 vs. Oxon Hill – 3:00 PM @ Allentown Splash Park

    Monday, February 2
    SLO Post-Testing continues
    Access testing for ELL students continues

    Tuesday, February 3
    The Love Circle – 3:00 PM
    Basketball vs. Oxon Hill (Boys Away; Girls Home) – (JV) 5:30 PM & (V) 7:00 PM

    Wednesday, February 4
    Advanced Placement Learning Walk – 9:00 AM
    National Letter of Intent Signing Day – 2:30 PM
    Faculty meeting – 4:00 PM
    4A South Indoor Track Championship – 3:00 PM @ Sports and Learning Complex

    Thursday, February 5
    Senior Inauguration – 10:00 AM

    Friday, February 6
    10th Grade Assembly – 9:15 AM
    Instructional Council – 2:30 PM
    JV Basketball vs. Tall Oaks Flowers (Home) – 5:30 PM
  • Presidential Visit
    Visit from Comptroller
  • PUMA Word of the Day
  • ubiquitous- adj.

    existing everywhere, widespread

    It seems that everyone in the United States has a television. The technology is ubiquitous here.

  • ALL ABOUT US…

    Thank you Kimberly Nyarko for continually problem-solving so that now we can air announcements each morning.  Your hard work is appreciated.

    The 1st annual county debate tournament was awesome!  Students from around the county prepared and competed in an academically rigorous competition.  Participating students showcased the ability to think critically, develop a stance, support it with evidence, articulate a position clearly, research information, and absorb critical feedback from judges.  Great job Dr. Wanda Alderman coaching our students, Debra Royer and Shatice Wright for serving as debate judges, the AFJROTC and National Honor Society students for assisting with hosting and the many staff members who stayed to support the event.

    Thank you to all staff members for participating in an important and on-going discussion at our last PD session focused on our school climate.  These discussions are important to calibrate our expectations for our environment and to organize our response.

    Congratulations Shakira Howard for preparing our cheerleading teams for the county competition this past Saturday.  The event was packed and the girls competed hard!