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Students  & Parents!!
Please feel free to look around my site for 2021-2022 information*.
*Updates will occur as needed and/or as new directives are announced.
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Happy Thanksgiving!
Enjoy this time with family and friends!
 
 
MID-TERMS are back...these are 15% of your semester average!
You are expected to be present for exams!
 
MONDAY 12/13/21                                                             TUESDAY 12/14/21
1st Per 8:00 – 9:35 Review 95 minutes                             3rd Per 8:00 – 9:35 Review 95 minutes
2nd Per 9:40 – 11:10 Review 90 minutes                          1st Per 9:40 – 11:10 Exam 90 minutes
6th Per 11:15 – 1:25 (LUNCH)                                           4th Per 11:15 – 1:25 Review (LUNCH) 
7th Per 1:30 – 3:00 90 minutes                                          2nd Per 1:30 - 3:00 Exam 90 minutes
 
WEDNESDAY 12/15/21                                                      THURSDAY 12/16/21
5th Per 8:00 – 9:35 Review 95 minutes                             7th Per 8:00 – 9:35 - Review 95 minutes
3rd Per 9:40 – 11:10 Exam 90 minutes                            5th Per 9:40 – 11:10 - Exam 90 minutes
6th Per 11:15 – 1:25 (LUNCH)                                           2nd Per 11:15 – 1:25 (LUNCH)
4th Per 1:30 - 3:00 Exam 90 minutes                               6th Per 1:30 - 3:00- Exam 60 minutes
 
FRIDAY 12/17/21
7th Per 8:00 – 9:35 Exam 95 minutes
1st or Makeup 9:40 – 11:10 90 minutes
2nd Per 11:15 – 1:25 130 minutes (LUNCH)
3rd Per 1:20 – 2:10 50 minutes
4th Per 2:15 – 3:00 45 minutes 
 
 

HOSA Members...check the HOSA Team page for all of the latest updates and information regarding competitions and blood drives!

Important Dates to Remember...  Blue = abbreviated school day  Red = no school
 
December 2021
Monday, December 13 to Friday, December 17: Check Mid Term Exam Schedule Above
Friday, December 17: FULL day for students and teachers; End 2nd nine weeks
Monday, December 20 - Friday, December 31:
Winter Break (Schools closed)
 
January 2022
Monday, January 3: In-service Day (No school for students)
Tuesday, January 4:
Students return from Winter Break
Thursday, January 6:
2nd nine weeks Report Cards delivery
Monday, January 17:
MLK Holiday (Schools closed)
 
February 2022
Tuesday, February 1 - Thursday, February 3: Progress Reports delivery
Monday, February 21: Presidents Day (Schools closed)
 
March 2022
Friday, March 4: End of 3rd nine weeks
Thursday, March 10: Early Dismissal (3 hours, 15-minutes day for students)
Thursday, March 10: 3rd nine weeks Report Cards delivery
Tuesday, March 15: Parent / Teacher Conferences (grades 6-12)
Thursday, March 17: Parent / Teacher Conferences (grades K-5)
Monday, March 28 - Friday, April 1: Spring Break (Schools closed)
 
April 2022
Tuesday, April 12 – Thursday, April 14: Progress Reports delivery
Friday, April 15 :
Good Friday (Schools closed)
 
May 2022
Tuesday, May 3 – In-Service Day/ State & Local Elections Day (No school for students)
Thursday, May 26:
Teacher work day (No school for students)
Friday, May 27: End 4th nine weeks and report cards; Last day of school: two-hour day
 
2021-2022 Important Dates 
Nine
Weeks
Begins Ends
Progress Reports
GO TO
SKYWARD
Report
Cards
1st 08/09/21 10/01/21 Week of 9/7 10/14/21
2nd 10/11/21 12/17/21 Week of 11/3 01/06/22
3rd  01/04/22 03/04/22 Week of 2/1 03/10/22
4th  03/07/22 05/27/22 Week of 4/12 05/27/22
 
 
STEM-BIOMED III

Students will investigate the variety of interventions involved in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease.  This course is a
“How-To” manual for maintaining overall health and homeostasis     in the body; the course will explore how to prevent and fight infection,   how to screen and evaluate the code in our DNA, how to prevent,      diagnose, and treat cancer, and how to prevail when the organs              of the body begin to fail.  
 
                                  
 
 
 
 
 
STEM-BIOMED IV
Students design innovative solutions for
the health challenges that are on the
horizon by working on open-ended real world
problems such as emergent care, biomedical
engineering, & public health.Students will
primarily focus on their CMS Senior Thesis
which should correlate with the
health science/biomedical field.They will be working with a
mentor/advisor from an university, hospital,
research institution, or the biomedical industry.
The Senior Thesis is required as a parital
fulfillment for a Central Magnet Diplomia.
This course is designed for 12th grade students,
who have completed Biomed I-II-III.