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- Wicomico High
Principal's Message: Week of 11.11.2019
> Report Cards Distributed: for 1st marking term on Tuesday, November 12th.
> Upcoming College Visits: (students should sign-up via Naviance)
- Tuesday, November 12th, 8:30am – Washington College
- Tuesday, November 12th, 9:30am – University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- Wednesday, November 13th, 1:00pm – University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
- Monday, November 18th, 12:00pm – West Virginia University
> Monthly Meeting of Wicomico County Board of Education: will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 12th in the Board of Education Auditorium at 101 Long Avenue, Salisbury. The Board will immediately vote to go into closed session at that time, and will reconvene in open session at 7 p.m. The agenda will be posted online: Go to www.wcboe.org; click on the BoardDocs box (left side of home page) to view the agenda. The meeting will be livestreamed and will also be viewable after the meeting: https://www.wcboe.org/leadership/board_of_education/watch_board_meetings. The meeting will also be aired on PAC 14. 410-677-4561.
> Wicomico County Public Schools Awards & Recognitions Night: will held be at 6:30pm on Thursday, November 14th in the James M. Bennett Auditorium.
> Winter Sports Tryouts: begin on November 15th. In order to tryout, students must:
- have a 2.0 GPA or higher
- Physical dated after June 1st
- Online Form relief Registration Form completed & submitted
- Forms can be found on the WiHi website .... athletics/registration: https://www.wcboe.org/domain/2008
The following winter sports are offered: Basketball, Wrestling, Indoor track, Unified Strength & Conditioning, and Cheer.
> County Attendance Policy: As we start the new marking term please remember that the county attendance policy has reset. During the 2nd marking term, it’s important to keep in mind the following:
5 or more UNEXCUSED Absences within a marking term:
- The student must participate in an attendance intervention plan with the School Principal to avoid failing the marking term.
- Attendance intervention plans may require staying after school for up to 2 hours a day. This may require the parent to make alternative transportation arrangements as a result.
- Failure of a marking term can result in a reduced overall grade point average, and thus, loss of eligibility for extracurricular activities.
- Continued unexcused absences beyond 5 can result in referral to outside agencies through the Wicomico County Truancy Reduction Program.
> Sports Awards: Monday, November 18th at 8am in the Auditorium. This is for athletes that finished the season in good standing. Parents are invited to attend (they may go directly to the auditorium lobby).