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MORP : April 29th
AP EXAMS : May 1st-4th, 8th-12th
SPRING MUSICAL : May 5th-7th
PROM : May 20th
The cost is $95 per person through May 7. On May 8, the tickets will increase to $105 per person through May 18. Tickets sold on May 19 or Mary 20 will incur a $20 late fee. Tickets can only be purchased online. Before clicking on the link to purchase, please read the entirety of this email for very important and specific information.
A physical dance pass is no longer required for all Rosary and Servite students. Dance pass information will be collected when purchasing your ticket. A physical guest dance pass is only required for any non-Rosary or non-Servite guest. The dance pass is due by Friday, May 19, to the Activities Office. If the guest pass is not turned in by the deadline, your guest will not be allowed to attend.
The purchaser school name is specific. Make sure you enter the school name correctly:
When entering your 5 digit Student ID number, Servite students must put an "s" (ex: 12345s).
After you have purchased your ticket(s), you will receive a QR code. Please have access to that code to easily check you into the dance. A digital code on your phone or hard copy is accepted.
This is a notice that multiple communications will be sent over the next few weeks regarding testing information (dates, rooms, etc.) through email. The SHS AP Exam Schedule contains the dates of the exams as posted on the College Board website (May 1–5 and May 8–12). In preparation for your AP Exams, remember that the College Board offers AP Daily: Practice Sessions, free resources, and information on what to expect when taking an AP Exam for the first time.
Please feel free to contact Mr. Brian Hunt, email@example.com, if you have any questions regarding AP Exams.
As more and more college decisions start to roll in the Counseling office is requiring ALL SENIORS to please update your Naviance account with all college admissions decisions as you receive them (accepted, denied, waitlisted). All seniors are also required to complete the 2023 Servite Graduation Survey which is currently active in Naviance. If you have any questions, please come by Counseling for assistance.
As we approach the end of the year, we encourage all seniors to continue to work hard and finish the year strong. Your counselors are here to assist you with whatever may arise.
JUNIOR ACADEMIC/COLLEGE PLANNING MEETINGS
The Junior Academic/College Planning Meetings are an opportunity for families to meet with their counselors to discuss academic progress and plan for college. With less than a year until when college applications will be submitted, a college planning meeting this school year is necessary. If you have not yet scheduled a meeting with your son's counselor, please sign up through the links below.
CSF Members are ready and willing to continue the peer-to-peer tutoring program for the 2022-23 school year. Once the request has been completed, a CSF tutor will contact the student to set up a time to meet. For questions, please contact Ms. Valenzuela, CSF Moderator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Friars will have the opportunity to sit in and observe our Walking With Dads Program which is led by Male Catholic Mentors. This program is mentoring and material support that is provided to the teen and young adult fathers whom we encounter at the Life Center.
April 22nd: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
May 27th: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Kindly RSVP with your teen's first and last name, your cell phone number, and which date your teen will be attending.
Service hour breakdown as follows:
Life Center Shift Only: 2 hours
Life Center Shift Plus a pack of baby wipes: 3 hours
Each student has received an update from Campus Ministry regarding their current standing with service hours. Students should enter all current service hours into MobileServe. It's easy! Log your hours, follow all the prompts, and make sure you enter your supervisor's name and email correctly. If you have pictures or a log of hours and activities completed, snap a picture and include it as part of your post. It is now required now to have twenty-five or more service hours completed each year before entering into your next high school year. Any questions? Email Campus Ministry at email@example.com.
SAFE TO SPEAK
Servite High School is committed to the safety and well-being of our students and school community. An important step to enhance personal safety and provide a positive learning environment is to implement the Safe to Speak system. It is a reporting tool that allows students, parents, and staff to submit safety concerns to school officials. You can easily report tips on thoughts of suicide, self-harm, harassment, bullying, or any other concern which may jeopardize the safety of students, employees, or school property.
You may file a report using our Safe to Speak online form. When you file a report using the Safe to Speak form, you can remain anonymous. All reports will be investigated by our counselors, who are trained in handling confidential and sensitive matters.
Are you looking for community service opportunities? Higher Ground is looking for Faith-Filled Leaders like you! Contact Mr. Joe Baldo, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Daily Masses will be held after school (10 minutes after the final bell) Monday through Thursday when there is no All-School Mass. As we await the arrival of our new school Chaplain, Servite priests will be available from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
KAIROS dates for this year:
February 6-8; April 24-26.
Apply early as spots fill up fast!
*For Juniors and Seniors only*
Complete your 25 service hours or more this year before March 31st! The graduation requirement of 100 hours or more still remains the same. To read more about this, please consult the Parent/Student Handbook online, pages 41-42.
Servite Summer Camps are gearing up for another great summer of fun! Learn about teamwork, good sportsmanship, your faith, and more.
This year's offerings include four unique weeks of Robotics Camp and six sports camps including baseball, basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, and wrestling!