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Information session on academic recognitions to be held April 1

Spencerport High School invites you to attend an information session on Monday, April 1, to provide an update on our work in examining current practices for academic recognition at graduation.
The one-hour session, which will begin at 6 p.m. in Room 152 and will include a review of our existing practices. In addition, we will provide information from staff and local college admissions experts in considering a more universal model of academic distinction, like Summa Cum Laude and Magna Cum Laude. This approach will replace our current model of identifying a valedictorian and salutatorian. If recommended and approved by the School Board, this new model would begin for the Class of 2022.
The high school invites parents to be part of this consideration process and hope you can attend this round-table discussion.

Thank you.
Sean McCabe

Academic Recognitions: powerpoint presentation to the Board of Education in January, 2019

I would like to formally welcome the newest Ranger to the high school.  Ruby the Therapy Dog!!


We are excited to share that the school board has approved a therapy dog program for the district and our first dog  (Ruby) for the high school has been officially approved!!

 The goals of this program are to:

·         enhance student learning

·         build self-esteem

·         improve self-confidence

·         enhance social skills

·         improve communication skills 

·         decrease loneliness, anxiety, anger and depression

Ruby  is located in the high school counseling office with JoAnn Krywy.  She is a fully certified therapy dog and has met all of the requirements set forth in the board policy. If anyone has any concerns about their student interacting with Ruby because of allergies (or anything else), please let me know and we would be more than happy to make accommodations so that everyone is comfortable. 

Please be aware that when you visit the high school you will be required to show a valid ID to our greeters.  This is standard protocol for each building in Spencerport.  Please call ahead to your child's grade level office if you will be visiting the building to drop something off, etc. so the greeters are expecting you.  

As a reminder, our school district has a Confidential Tip Line for our students and community. The TIP line, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, provides callers an opportunity to report activities such as: drug abuse, physical or sexual abuse, weapons, or threats in our schools. “Ensure Safety for All…Make the Call” at 1-877-474-9403 (please remember that there is no need to leave your name or number).

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.  All the best.  Sean

Sean McCabe
Spencerport High School
(585) 349-5201

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