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FIRST SEMESTER EXAM SCHEDULE:

Students & Parents - exams are EARLY this semester........before we go to Christmas break. To view the schedule click HERE.

ABSENCE NOTES

Parents:  Please be sure to send a note in with your student when they have been absent or late. When you drop your student off at school, just send a note in with them & they will be excused. You may also call our attendance line at 517-568-9000. Simply dropping them off without a note from a parent/guardian is not considered "excused" from class/school.

Also, students need parent/guardian permission to sign themselves out. This is for your student's safety & our confirmation that you know your student is leaving the building. You may call or email me for this.

Remember that after 8 absences, excused or unexcused (per semester), could start the truancy process. It is important that communication is made with the office when your student is absent. Thank you for your help with our attendance processes.

FALL IS WINDING DOWN!

Fall sports are wrapping up & we are shifting gears. Below are the events coming up here in the high school:

  • Quiz Bowl -  We will be at Reading on Saturday, Nov. 9. Start time is 9 a.m.
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  • FAFSA Night - On Wednesday, Nov. 13, Mrs. Kelly will once again be offering the opportunity for seniors & parents to get help submitting this important form. Meet in the computer lab at 6 p.m.
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  • Thanksgiving Break - Begins on Wednesday, Nov. 27 - ALL students will be released at 11 a.m. 
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  • Monday, Dec. 2 - School resumes.
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**CLICK ON "READ MORE"  BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION

Non-Emergency Messages

Dear Parents/Guardians:    Please remember our “no phone messages after 2:00 p.m.”  policy. We urge middle and high school parents/guardians of our Homer students to make the best possible effort to communicate after-school plans every morning before school and if you have an elementary student, to send a note with them to the teacher.  However, we understand that emergencies can happen over the course of the day making it necessary to get a last-minute message to your student, in which case we will be sure that message is delivered.

 *A non-emergency phone call would include transportation arrangements.

**An emergency phone call would include family/medical emergencies.

Thank you