9-12 High School
Message from the Principal - 10/15/17
Dear Tapestry 6-12 Families,
As we approach the end of the first five weeks of school, please continue to encourage your scholar to show perseverance by doing their best both academically and behaviorally. A way to support your child is by viewing the Parent Portals, which allows you as a parent to keep on top of your scholar’s academic progress. If you are having difficulties logging in or would like access, please contact the main office and we can help you with the process.
Students who are not involved in an after school club or sport, or assigned an after-school detention, are required to leave school grounds and not loiter in the Marshall’s plaza. Also, a reminder that electronic devices are expected to be turned in at the phone carts at the beginning of the school day. Phones and headphones that are visible during the school day will be confiscated.
On Thursday, we welcomed Ryan Frost, who is our new 7th grade Science teacher. This week he will shadow Mrs. Jessica Kauffman who has been teaching the class since Mrs. Kelkenberg’s departure.
This Week and Upcoming Events Include:
Monday, October 16th: The middle school is trying to raise funds for Roswell Park for breast cancer research. October 16th has been designated "Pink Day" and we are asking all 6-12 grade students and faculty to consider donating $1 in crew along with wearing pink on that day.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 5:30 - 6:30 in the High School Cafeteria Tapestry is hosting our annual "Say Yes Night" here at Tapestry from 5:30-7. Allison Newman, the Say Yes Scholarship Director, will be here to provide details and answer questions about this amazing scholarship Tapestry students have access to. Please plan on attending and learning about eligibility, participating colleges, and more!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 3:45 - 7:00 : Harvest Festival - Various locations in the high school.
Events include air bounce houses, various carnival style games with prizes, a free small pumpkin for children. Entrance to the festival and all activities including games are free. Hotdogs and Hamburgers will be available for $1.00 each and popcorn and cotton candy will 50¢. Water and cider will be free.
While it is not required for entry to the event, we ask that you please RSVP so we can better plan for the event below:
Our student governments will be overseeing our food and game events, but we still need parent volunteers to supervise, to ensure a successful event. Please click the link below if you are able to lend some time to help our event.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2017: High School Fall Fling Dance, 7:00 - 10:00 PM, HS Cafetorium. Tickets are five dollars and will we sold by Ms. Janosky.
Have a wonderful evening and a great week ahead!
Dress Code Policy for 17-18 school year below: