• Below are the decisions we made about final exams and the last day of school based on the governor's decision to suspend in-person instruction for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. 

    • We will not be administering final exams this year. The teachers will communicate what the remaining few weeks of instruction will look like for students, and how final grades will be determined. Any questions about these issues should be shared with them directly.

    • As has been our tradition, seniors will be dismissed from school earlier than their classmates. The final day of school for the senior class will be Monday, May 11. In keeping with our current schedule, this will be an enrichment/support day for our seniors. On this day, they will have the chance to complete missing assignments or prepare for AP exams.

    • The last two days of attendance for students in grades nine through 11 will be May 14 and 15. May 18 and 19 will be enrichment days during which these students, similar to the seniors, will have the opportunity to complete missing work or prepare for AP exams.

    • We have started devising plans for how to deal with a variety of year-end logistical issues now that we know our buildings will be closed for the remainder of the school year. These include, but are not limited to: picking up any personal items that were left at school in March, selling back books, and addressing any unused funds or negative balances in PushCoin wallet accounts. The schools will share these plans with our students and their families after they are finished/finalized.