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					Tiger News
Combined School and PTSA Newsletter
J.R. Tucker High School
2910 N Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23297-4433

 May 2011                                                                                             Tiger News
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                                                 PRESIDENT’MESSAGE
Dear Parents,

The Tucker High School PTSA is in the process of replacing and recruiting new volunteers for the 2011-2012 school year.
Whether you have a new or returning student to Tucker, I hope you will take a minute and read this message; IT WILL
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR STUDENT'S TUCKER EXPERIENCE!

Serving on the PTSA at a high school level has been one of the most rewarding experiences I have had as a parent
volunteer.

Like many of you, I was apprehensive when my daughter started high school. I had no idea what it would be like for her, or
for me! I had always been active at her elementary school, and had enjoyed being a part of her educational experience.
When she entered middle school, I was still involved, but in a slightly "more removed" way, and by the time she hit
Tucker, I thought my involvement would end. I couldn't have been more wrong!!

Even though she didn't "need" me as she had before, I soon realized that I needed to get involved; especially, if I wanted to
know what was still going on with her high school experience!

As your student enters high school, you quickly realize that communication about your student will need to be obtained
from many different sources. Greeting your student each day and looking through their back pack and "daily folder" will
no longer be an option! You'll need to utilize HCPS link far more frequently and you'll need to get "connected".

I can't think of any better way to get connected than to join the PTSA as a volunteer! We offer many opportunities to
volunteer, both on campus and off. We help to staff the office phones when the secretaries go to lunch, we provide
delicious treats for the faculty and staff throughout the year, we staff the Tiger's Den during lunch and after school (this is
a great way to meet other students) and we host many fun and informative programs throughout the year, providing
numerous opportunities for you to become involved.

High school is not the time to sit back and take a break from your student's educational experience! In my humble
opinion, it's the MOST IMPORTANT time for you to get involved.

Over the next 4 years, your student will have many "outside influences" coming their way; other students, the wonderful
teachers, our outstanding counselors, or other involved parents, and wouldn't you like to have some control over how they
are affected? Better yet, you could be one of the positive influences that help shape, not only your own student, but many
others!

When my daughter and her friends graduate in June, I'll be proud of every one of those students, because I've had the
awesome privilege to be a part of their Tucker High School experience!

Please consider becoming a part of the PTSA and sign up to volunteer on a committee for the next year. Please feel free to
contact me at tacoball@verizon.net with any questions you may have. I look forward to hearing from you soon!!

GO TIGERS!!!

Sincerely,

April Ball
President, Tucker PTSA


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Tucker Student Artwork on Display

It has been hard to miss seeing the product of J.R. Tucker student artists lately with their work being on display
in many prominent places.

Artwork by Tucker Tigers is on display at the Holocaust Museum and was on display at the VCU Intercultural
Festival in April.

Our annual Youth Art Month Mall Show was held at Virginia Center Commons. Many Tucker art students had
work on display at the mall show in March.

Our annual Creative Self- Expressions Art Show is presently up in the library at Tucker where every student
who takes art is represented.

Bear Creek Coffee continues to host a rotating Senior Art Show.

In April, National Art Honor Society students gave a party to the Exceptional Education students in honor of all
the beautiful artwork they created in the NAHS Academic Extension classes for them.

And many art students had work shown at displays at Central Office celebrating Black History Month,
Exceptional Education art, and Youth Art Month.


                                         PAN = FUN for Parent Volunteers
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Parent volunteers are still urgently needed to assist with the 2011 Party All Night, Tucker’ famous after-prom party also
known as “PAN.” If you cannot volunteer time, financial donations are needed as well. Please see the donation form in
this newsletter and online at http://store.jrtuckerptsa.com/default.asp . The JRT PAN is safe, alcohol-free, and lots of
fun, even for the chaperones. We rent out the Patterson Avenue YMCA and throw a great, well-chaperoned party. This
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year’ edition will be held May 21-22. There are games such as human bowling, jousting, maze races, a casino, caricature
artists, etc. We provide food, pizza, chips, donuts, drinks, and of course a DJ. Each of the seniors is given a keepsake of
their years at JRT and both juniors and seniors participate in a drawing for gifts. Every child receives a t-shirt as a
keepsake. For more information, please contact partyallnight@jrtuckerptsa.com .

Cara Olivo, PAN Chair



Score for Your School’could bring $$$$$ to Tucker
‘

JR Tucker High School has the opportunity to "Score for Your School" by simply entering
codes from any Frito-Snacks to potentially win $10,000 to go towards our Athletic Programs.
Frito-Lay will donate more than $250,000 in prizes to high school sports programs across the U.S.

With the continuous talks of program cuts throughout our surrounding counties to meet budget, this money
would be very helpful to any high school program so why not JR Tucker?!!

This program runs through May 31, 2011 and any person 13 years of age or older can visit
www.ScoreForYourSchool.com, enter the 9-digit product code found immediately below the "Guaranteed
Fresh" date on ANY Frito-Lay product (chips, dips, salsa and more) and then select OUR high school. First place
prizes of $10,000 will be awarded to the top school in each state and/or region that collects the most points
from our students/fans/faculty!!

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As of the printing of this newsletter, JRT was ahead by over 1400 but we can’ rest! This contest can change in
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a day!!!! They are saving bags in the school’ cafeteria. If you have time to enter codes for us, please contact
the Athletic Boosters president, Lisa Harris at Lisa@reydev.com or JRT teacher, Jon Gregori at
jdgregori@henrico.k12.va.us

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Drama “One Act Festival”set for May 25-26                                s
                                                                    Tiger’ Den Too Needs You
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J.R. Tucker’Drama Department will hold its spring “ Act             The Tiger's Den Too is in need of parent
Festival”May 25 and 26 in the school auditorium. Curtain time       volunteers. We especially need help on
each night is 7:00 pm.                                              Wednesday during lunch - 12-1:30pm. If we
                                                                    don't get volunteers, the store will have to
                                                                    start being closed on most Wednesdays.
No tickets are required, but a $2 donation is encouraged and
appreciated                                                         If you can help, please contact Patricia
                                                                    Hutcherson at tigersden@jrtuckerptsa.com .
       Drama IV students each present one-act plays
       Drama III students present one-act plays
       Drama II students present original plays                        Thanks from the Ecology Club
       Drama I students present original skits
                                                                     The Ecology Club thanks all who
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                                                                     participated in the club’ donation
Each night is different!
                                                                     drive between first block classes.

Come be a part of all the fun and see what                           The winning room was Mrs.
the drama students at Tucker High School                                       s
                                                                     Tierseron’ with Rebecca Lambert
 can do.                                                             winning two tickets to Kings
                                                                     Dominion.

                                                                     And thanks to all who participated
New from the Flying Tigers!                                          in Earth Week Movie Night. There
                                                                     was a great turn out.
On a cool, damp morning on April 16 the Flying Tigers
resumed their racing season at the Dismal Swamp Stomp                Collectively these two events raised
half-marathon in Chesapeake, VA.                                     more than $350 for the club. All
                                                                     proceeds have gone to continuing
John Amoroso ran a personal record of 1:47:31. He                    the recycling program.
finished 124th overall out of 806, 15th in his age group out
of 55, and in his gender place he finished 100th. Amoroso’ s         With the help of its supporters, the
average mile time was 8:12.                                          Ecology Club is able to collect more
                                                                     than 18 cubic yards of waste each
Sheralyne Tierseron ran a time of 2:51:26. She finished 721          month.
overall, 52nd in her age group out of 61, 346th of all the
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women participating. Coach Tierseron’average mile time
was 13:05.




                                                                FRIDAY, MAY 13th * 4-6:30 PM
                                                  MUSIC         * FOOD * GAMES * PRIZES
                                                                        General Admission is FREE

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TICKETS ON SALE IN THE TIGER’ DEN TOO OR ONLINE AT
WWW.JRTUCKERPTSA.COM (CLICK ON TIGERS DEN ONLINE)

COST:
35 GAME TICKETS FOR $5 (OR) 5 GAMES TICKETS FOR $1 (OR)
DINNER (CHICKEN TENDERS/FRIES OR HOTDOG/FRIES FROM VENDOR), DRINK FROM PTSA, AND
25 GAME TICKETS FOR $10

OTHER FOODS DRINKS AND DESSERTS AVAILABLE.
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Tucker Students to attend Regional, State Science Fair

The Metro Richmond Science Fair provides area students with a forum for showcasing their scientific
and mathematical research in a competitive arena. Winners of each category compete in a final round
of judging to determine the top two projects, which will be entered into the International Science Fair.

Each student competing was required to complete a scientific investigation. This investigation
required the student to complete significant research and form a testable hypothesis. Students then
designed and conducted the experiment and then analyzed the data using statistical analysis.
Conclusions were drawn and students were required to submit a 5-7 page paper documenting the
work mentioned above.

Volunteers, which consisted of area science experts, read all papers and determined the individuals
who would be allowed to present at the Metro Richmond Science Fair.

The competition at the fair was enormous, but JR Tucker High School was extremely proud of our 10
participants. The students selected were: Mounika Bodapati, Nia Cook, Jacob Harless, Mimi Ilieva,
Ansel Lu, Naveen Chandra Kotha, Sindhuja Koppu, Sehaj Khara, Peter Samuel and Linden Walus.

      Mounika Bodapati: 1st place in Behavioral Sciences. Mounika also received the special award
       from the American Psychological Society and attended the 26th Annual Virginia State Science
       and Engineering Fair where she received honorable mention for her scientific investigation.

      Sindhuja Koppu: 3rd place in Behavioral Sciences

      Peter Samuel: 3rd place in Computer Science

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       Naveen Kotha received a special award from the Virginia Beekeeper’Association




                                 50th Anniversary
                                   1962 –2012
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That’ right! JRT is approaching 50 years old and we are planning a year of
celebrations! A committee is currently being formed of any current or past JRT
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families and staff that would like to help plan these events. If you’
interested in helping, email Helena Lythgoe at Lythgoes4@verizon.net.




      *** Thank you to all of the Volunteers who helped make
   Teacher Appreciation Week so special for the staff at JRT!!! ***




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                                END OF YEAR CALENDAR

May

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2– –AP Testing
   13
9– –All 7-period days
12 –Senior Laptop Collection
16 - 20 –Administrators’  Appreciation Week
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16– –SOL Testing
20 - Senior Early Release
21 –Prom at The Westin on Broad Street
23 –Senior Retreat Day
23-24 Band and Chorus Trip to DC
26 –NHS Assembly (9 AM) and SOLeration at lunches
27 –Physics Field Trip
30 –Memorial Day Holiday
31 –Freshman Laptop Collection

June

1 –Freshman Laptop Collection
2 –Senior Honors Assembly rehearsal
    Senior Night
   3
2– –Sophomore Laptop Collection
3 –Senior Honors Assembly (9 AM); Cap/Gown Stadium Picture
5 - Baccalaureate
6 - Last day of class for seniors
   10
7– –Senior Exam Week
   8
7– –Junior Laptop Collection
8 –Underclassmen Honors Assembly (1:30 PM)
Freshmen Assembly with parents (Immediately follows Underclassmen Assembly)
9 –Spring Athletic Awards 6 PM Auditorium
14 –Graduation at the VCU Siegel Center at 11 AM
      No School
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15– –Final Exams for Underclassmen



PTSA Golf Tournament Held on April 30th to benefit the PTSA Scholarship Fund

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
GOLFTEC                        The Estates at Horsepen
Windy Hill Golf                Silver Diner
Hooters                        Chicken Fiesta
Carpool                        Glen Allen Golf
Funny Bone                     Ric Bergstrom – STATE FARM
The Golf Club at Brickshire    Datamation, Inc.
       Thanks to our 27 golfers we raised an additional $834 for our scholarship fund!


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                                 J. R. Tucker Party All Night Volunteer & Donation Form
                                                                 Saturday, May 21, 2011
                        For more information, please email partyallnight@jrtuckerptsa.com

Please complete and return as soon as possible by bringing to the Tucker main office, or mail to
the following address: J. R. Tucker PTSA—PAN 2910 Parham Road Richmond, Virginia 23294.

Name: ________________________________________________________________
Address:_______________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip:_________________________________________________________
Email: ______________________________ Phone: ____________________________
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Child’ Name: ________________________ Grade: ____________________________

                                            Volunteers
Please check the volunteer activities that you can contribute to PAN.
       Event Pre-Planning                                   Event Day
°Fundraising                                  ° Set-Up (6 - 11 PM)
° Prize Solicitation                          ° Registration (11:30 PM –2:30 AM)
° Decorations                                 ° Work the Event (11:30 PM –4 AM)
                                                     Casino       Games
                                                     Food         Tattoos
                                                     Pictures     Prizes
° Student Pre-Registration
  May 16-19 during lunch                      ° Food Contribution
                                                        up
                                              ° Clean – (3 –7 AM)

                                      Individual Donations
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All gifts to PAN are tax deductible under the PTSA’ 501(c)(3) tax status. Individuals will be
recognized for their generosity in our PTSA Newsletter and in the PAN Booklet distributed during
graduation! I am donating: $___________

                                       Corporate Donations
If you own, work for, or know of a company that may contribute cash or prize merchandise to
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PAN, please consider asking for their donations. All gifts are tax deductible under the PTSA’
501(c)(3) tax status. We recognize all contributors in our PAN Program and PTSA Newsletter.
Special recognition for the following donation levels.

$500 T-Shirt Sponsor                     $400 Event Sponsor                  $150 Ad Sponsor
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. Company’ name on t-shirts to be        . Full Page Ad on inside cover      Half page Ad in PAN Program
  distributed to PAN attendees             PAN Program Book                  Book
. Full Page Ad in PAN Program Book       . Logo in Student PAN Packets
. Logo on the following: back page of                                         PAN Programs are distributed
  PAN Program Book and Student           $250 Ad Sponsor                     to all families during graduation.
  PAN Packets                            Full page Ad in PAN Program Book

Employee Name
Company Name
Company Contact Name
Address                                                   City, State, Zip
Contact Phone                      Fax                     E-Mail

Sponsorship level: ____$500 ____$400 _____$250_________ $150$______Other

____Prize Donation (describe and value):_______________________________

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2011/2012 Reflections Theme: “Diversity means……..”

PTA believes all children deserve a quality arts education and encourages students to pursue artistic expression
through participation in its annual arts Reflections Program. The program offers students the opportunity to
create works of art for fun and recognition. Students in preschool through grade 12 are encouraged to create
and submit works of art in the following categories: dance choreography, film/video production, literature,
musical composition, photography and visual arts. Be sure to see the rules and information pages regarding
these six art areas in the Reflections Handbook. This year we celebrate 40 years of the Reflections Program. In
1969 Mary Lou Anderson and the National PTA board founded this program. The program has encouraged
millions of students across the nation and in American schools overseas to create works of art. Each year, the
Reflections Program challenges students to create art that supports a specific theme. Themes are selected from
thousands of ideas submitted by students to National PTA's Reflections Program Theme Search. Students
submit their entries to their PTAs and PTAs submit up to three entries to the Virginia Arts in Education
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Committee by the Information on Virginia PTA’rules, deadlines, and forms for the Reflections Program are
available in the Reflections Handbook, which can be downloaded from the Arts in Education Library of
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Virginia PTA’web site at www.vapta.org.



Bring Your PTA Membership Card!
Did you know that all Virginia PTA members can save 10% at Great Wolf Lodge in Williamsburg, VA?

Just show your JRT PTSA membership card at check-in to claim this awesome benefit!


Laptop Collection Dates

May 31 and June 1 –Senior collection through Physics and Government classes.

June 2 and June 3 –Junior collection through English classes.

June 5 and June 6 –Sophomore collection through Physical Education classes.

June 7 and June 8 –Freshman collection through Physical Education classes.




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                            THE ELECTION FOR THE 2011/2012 PTSA BOARD
                          WILL BE HELD AT THE ROAR RALLY ON FRIDAY, 5/13.

                    The nominees were previously posted to the website and are as follows:
                                              President: Open
                                       1st VP –Programs: Chet Wade
                                   2nd VP –Membership: Katie Schmid
                                  3rd VP –Ways & Means –Lisa Cherlin
                                            Treasurer: Anne Britt
                                              Secretary: Open

   The nominating committee is still gathering names not only for the executive committee but also for the
   committee chairs for next year. Nominations will be taken from the floor for the executive offices at the
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 election on May 13th. If you’ interested in getting involved in the PTSA in any capacity, please contact our
                         current president, April Ball at president@jrtuckerptsa.com

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  At the April school board meeting, our very own Helena Lythgoe was
                                                Helping Hand”
  recognized by the school board as their April “
  Volunteer of the month. Helena was also recognized at the Henrico
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  County Council of PTAs banquet on May 1oth as Tucker’volunteer of
  the year. Helena has been an instrumental member of the Tucker
  PTSA for the past 4 years.


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 At the PTSA’June 6th Volunteers Reception we will also be recognizing volunteer, Patricia Hutcherson who
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 has served as our Tiger’Den (Bookstore) volunteer, our website chair and has volunteered numerous hours
 this year to the PTSA. We will also be thanking all of our volunteers, announcing our Student Choice Teacher
 of the Year and our Scholarship recipients.



Tucker Students Win Stock Market Game
Congratulations to Antonio Matic, CJ Ahart, Austin Hayes, and Andre Purvis their first place finish in the year-
long VCU Region of the VCEE Stock Market Game for 2010-2011. Teams of students used $100,000 in virtual
cash to invest in stocks and mutual funds in a real-world investment simulation. Students researched and make
stock selections as a team. The Tucker team will be recognized at an awards program on May 18th at VCU
School of Business

                                   Seniors and Parents!
Please mark your calendars for the 2011 Baccalaureate Celebration honoring
the graduating class of 2011.

                                    Senior Baccalaureate Ceremony
                                     Sunday, June 5, 2011, 2:00 p.m.
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                                    Saint Michael’ Catholic Church
                                          4491 Springfield Road
                                             Glen Allen, VA
                                     Seniors please arrive no later than 1:30PM


Baccalaureate is a parent/student organized, non-denominational celebration
with inspirational speakers and performances highlighting the talents of our
graduating seniors.

Please plan to attend this very special cap & gown ceremony and reception
with your family and friends.

                            Please contact Linda Lyell at 747-1058 if you have questions.




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Sheralyne Tierseron, a Tucker biology teacher,
has been named as the new chairperson of the
         Advance College Academy.


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Henrico County Public Schools and J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College have partnered to create the
Advance College Academy (ACA), a concurrent enrollment program that allows high school students to earn
an Associate of Science in Social Science degree in addition to a high school diploma. Successful graduates will
have 61 credits eligible for transfer to a four-year college or university.

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Eighth-grade students who qualify to apply to the Maggie L. Walker Governor’ School are eligible to apply to
ACA. The selection process will include components of the application process to Maggie L. Walker
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Governor’ School and Henrico County Public Schools specialty centers. Students will take the same tests that
are used for Specialty Center selection.

Fifty rising ninth-graders will be selected for the program for the 2011-12 school year.

Enrolled students will take honors courses during their freshman and sophomore years. They will begin college-
level courses beginning the summer prior to their junior year. Students will take the remaining 58 college
credits concurrently with high school courses during the junior and senior year.

ACA will be located at Tucker High School and transportation is arranged from the neighborhood bus stop.
Students must complete the Pupil Transportation Student Registration Form which is mailed to new students
and distributed to existing students during the spring.

There is no charge for students to enroll in the program or to earn an associate degree through the program.

Standards of Excellence:

       ACA instructors (Henrico Teachers) are approved by JSRCC and meet academic requirements
       ACA students are held to the same grading standards as those expected of students in on-campus
        sections
       ACA will be evaluated through the JSRCC five-year program evaluation process

To ensure the quality of the program, HCPS and J. Sargeant Reynolds are currently seeking accreditation
through the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).




Underclass Exam Schedule

The final exam days in June for underclassmen will result in early dismissals. Here is the schedule:

       Monday, June 13 dismissal at 1 p.m.
       Tuesday, June 14 - J. R. Tucker High School is closed; there is no school for our students on this day because
        of graduation.
       Wednesday, June 15 dismissal at 1 p.m.
       Thursday, June 16 dismissal at 1 p.m.
       Friday, June 17 dismissal at 10:30 a.m.

Parents please remember that the campus closes promptly 30 minutes after dismissal.

All students must be off campus by that time unless they have special permission from a faculty or staff member.




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                 SOL/CTE/HAT Testing Schedule


                          Week of May 9-13, 2011

                         7 Period Day Bell Schedule


  Time         Classes                                              (Min.)
  7:45 –8:35   Early Bird Classes                                    (50)
        8:40   Warning Bell                                           (5)
  8:45 –9:35   Period 1                                              (50)
  9:40 –9:49   HOMEROOM                                               (9)
 9:54 –10:43   Period 2                                              (48)
10:48 –11:36   Period 3                                              (48)
11:41 –12:29   Period 4                                              (48)
 12:34 –1:46   Period 5 / Lunch
               a. 12:29 –12:57 (Lunch A) + 1:02 –1:49 (Class)      (28)/(47)
               b. 12:34 –1:21 (Class) + 1:21 –1:49 (Lunch B)       (47)/(28)
  1:54 –2:47   Period 6                                              (53)
  2:52 –3:45   Period 7                                              (53)



                    Monday-May 16, 2011 Bell Schedule


  Time       Classes                                                Min.
  7:45 –8:35 Early Bird Classes                                     (50)
        8:40 Warning Bell
  8:45 –9:15 Period 5-Testing Preparation                            (30)
 9:15 –11:59 Period 5-SOL/CTE/HAT Testing                           (164)
 12:04 –2:15 Period 2 / Lunch / Academic Extension
             a. 11:59 –12:26 (Lunch A) + 12:31 –1:21 (Class)       (27)/(50)
             b. 12:04 –12:54 Class + 12:54 –1:21 (Lunch B)         (50)/(27)
             c. 1:26 –1:30 Academic Extension Prep                    (4)
             d. 1:30 –1:35 Academic Extension Transition              (5)
             e: 1:35 –2:15 Academic Extension                        (40)
  2:20 –3:45 Period 1                                                (85)
             Lunch A: Buildings 1,2,3,4,8,9,Imm,106,111,114
         Lunch B: Buildings 5,6,7,Gym,C001,Tiger Hall, Aud,17,86


                    Tuesday-May 17, 2011 Bell Schedule

  Time       Classes                                                Min.
  7:45 –8:35 Early Bird Classes                                     (50)
        8:40 Warning Bell
  8:45 –9:15 Period 1-Testing Preparation                            (30)
 9:15 –11:59 Period 1-SOL/CTE/HAT Testing                           (164)
 12:04 –2:15 Period 3/ Lunch / Academic Extension
             a. 11:59 –12:26 (Lunch A) + 12:31 –1:21 (Class)       (27)/(50)
             b. 12:04 –12:54 Class + 12:54 –1:21 (Lunch B)         (50)/(27)
             c. 1:26 –1:30 Academic Extension Prep                    (4)
             d. 1:30 –1:35 Academic Extension Transition              (5)
             e: 1:35 –2:15 Academic Extension                        (40)
  2:20 –3:45 Period 2                                                (85)
        Lunch A: Buildings 1,2,3,4,8,9,Imm,Gym,C001,106,111,114
             Lunch B: Buildings 5,6,7,Tiger Hall, Aud,17,86
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                  Wednesday-May18, 2011 Bell Schedule

  Time       Classes                                                Min.
  7:45 –8:35 Early Bird Classes                                     (50)
        8:40 Warning Bell
  8:45 –9:15 Period 2-Testing Preparation                            (30)
 9:15 –11:59 Period 2-SOL/CTE/HAT Testing                           (164)
 12:04 –2:15 Period 4/ Lunch / Academic Extension
             a. 11:59 –12:26 (Lunch A) + 12:31 –1:21 (Class)       (27)/(50)
             b. 12:04 –12:54 Class + 12:54 –1:21 (Lunch B)         (50)/(27)
             c. 1:26 –1:30 Academic Extension Prep                    (4)
             d. 1:30 –1:35 Academic Extension Transition              (5)
             e: 1:35 –2:15 Academic Extension                        (40)
  2:20 –3:45 Period 3                                                (85)
        Lunch A: Buildings 1,2,3,4,8,9,Imm,Gym,C001,106,111,114
             Lunch B: Buildings 5,6,7,Tiger Hall, Aud,17,86



                   Thursday-May19, 2011 Bell Schedule

  Time       Classes                                                Min.
  7:45 –8:35 Early Bird Classes                                     (50)
        8:40 Warning Bell
  8:45 –9:15 Period 3-Testing Preparation                            (30)
 9:15 –11:59 Period 3-SOL/CTE/HAT Testing                           (164)
 12:04 –2:15 Period 6/ Lunch / Academic Extension
             a. 11:59 –12:26 (Lunch A) + 12:31 –1:21 (Class)       (27)/(50)
             b. 12:04 –12:54 Class + 12:54 –1:21 (Lunch B)         (50)/(27)
             c. 1:26 –1:30 Academic Extension Prep                    (4)
             d. 1:30 –1:35 Academic Extension Transition              (5)
             e: 1:35 –2:15 Academic Extension                        (40)
  2:20 –3:45 Period 4                                                (85)
        Lunch A: Buildings 1,2,3,4,8,9,Imm,Gym,C001,106,111,114
             Lunch B: Buildings 5,6,7,Tiger Hall, Aud,17,86



                    Friday-May 20, 2011 Bell Schedule

  Time       Classes                                                 Min.
  7:45 –8:35 Early Bird Classes                                      (50)
        8:40 Warning Bell
 8:45 –10:15 Period 2                                                 (90)
10:20 –10:29 HOMEROOM                                                  (9)
10:34 –11:59 Period 4                                                 (85)
 12:04 –2:15 Period 5 / Lunch / Academic Extension
             a. 11:59 –12:26 (Lunch A) + 12:31 –1:21 (Class)        (27)/(50)
             b. 12:04 –12:54 Class + 12:54 –1:21 (Lunch B)          (50)/(27)
             c. 1:26 –1:30 Academic Extension Prep                     (4)
             d. 1:30 –1:35 Academic Extension Transition               (5)
             e: 1:35 –2:15 Academic Extension                         (40)
  2:20 –3:45 Period 6                                                 (85)
         Lunch A: Buildings 1,2,3,4,8,9,Imm,Gym,C001,106,111,114
              Lunch B: Buildings 5,6,7,Tiger Hall, Aud,17,86




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                  Monday-May23, 2011 Bell Schedule
 Time       Classes                                               Min.
 7:45 –8:35 Early Bird Classes                                    (50)
       8:40 Warning Bell
 8:45 –9:15 Period 4-Testing Preparation                           (30)
9:15 –11:59 Period 4-SOL/CTE/HAT Testing                          (164)
12:04 –2:15 Period 7/ Lunch / Academic Extension
            a. 11:59 –12:26 (Lunch A) + 12:31 –1:21 (Class)      (27)/(50)
            b. 12:04 –12:54 Class + 12:54 –1:21 (Lunch B)        (50)/(27)
            c. 1:26 –1:30 Academic Extension Prep                   (4)
            d. 1:30 –1:35 Academic Extension Transition             (5)
            e: 1:35 –2:15 Academic Extension                       (40)
 2:20 –3:45 Period 6                                               (85)
       Lunch A: Buildings 1,2,3,4,8,9,Imm,Gym,C001,106,111,114
            Lunch B: Buildings 5,6,7,Tiger Hall, Aud,17,86


                  Tuesday-May24, 2011 Bell Schedule
 Time       Classes                                               Min.
 7:45 –8:35 Early Bird Classes                                    (50)
       8:40 Warning Bell
 8:45 –9:15 Period 6-Testing Preparation                           (30)
9:15 –11:59 Period 6-SOL/CTE/HAT Testing                          (164)
12:04 –2:15 Period 5/ Lunch / Academic Extension
            a. 11:59 –12:26 (Lunch A) + 12:31 –1:21 (Class)      (27)/(50)
            b. 12:04 –12:54 Class + 12:54 –1:21 (Lunch B)        (50)/(27)
            c. 1:26 –1:30 Academic Extension Prep                   (4)
            d. 1:30 –1:35 Academic Extension Transition             (5)
            e: 1:35 –2:15 Academic Extension                       (40)
 2:20 –3:45 Period 7                                               (85)
       Lunch A: Buildings 1,2,3,4,8,9,Imm,Gym,C001,106,111,114
            Lunch B: Buildings 5,6,7,Tiger Hall, Aud,17,86


                Wednesday-May25, 2011 Bell Schedule
 Time       Classes                                               Min.
 7:45 –8:35 Early Bird Classes                                    (50)
       8:40 Warning Bell
 8:45 –9:15 Period 7-Testing Preparation                           (30)
9:15 –11:59 Period 7-SOL/CTE/HAT Testing                          (164)
12:04 –2:15 Period 5/ Lunch / Academic Extension
            a. 11:59 –12:26 (Lunch A) + 12:31 –1:21 (Class)      (27)/(50)
            b. 12:04 –12:54 Class + 12:54 –1:21 (Lunch B)        (50)/(27)
            c. 1:26 –1:30 Academic Extension Prep                   (4)
            d. 1:30 –1:35 Academic Extension Transition             (5)
            e: 1:35 –2:15 Academic Extension                       (40)
 2:20 –3:45 Period 1                                               (85)
       Lunch A: Buildings 1,2,3,4,8,9,Imm,Gym,C001,106,111,114
            Lunch B: Buildings 5,6,7,Tiger Hall, Aud,17,86

        May 26, 2011-Odd Day-Regular Bell Schedule
        May 27, 2011-Even Day-Regular Bell Schedule




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