Winter Spirit Week will be held from Monday, December 17-Thursday, December 20th.
If the students want to wear anything on their heads, such as a Santa hat, reindeer antlers, etc., they must pay $1.00 each day. They will be given a sticker and asked to wear it so staff members know that they paid to wear the head gear. All proceeds will go to a local charity voted upon by SCA HS.
Monday, December 17 - Snow Day - Wear all white
Tuesday, December 18 - Ugly Sweaters Day & Contest
Wednesday, December 19 - Crazy Socks
Thursday, December 20 - Whoville Day
All DoDEA graduates must complete 2 credits in Career Technical Education, .5 must be a Computer Technology Course, to receive a DoDEA diploma.
The CTE curriculum is organized around Career Clusters that identify pathways for continued student learning from high school into a two- and/or four-year College, apprenticeship, or workplace. Career Clusters and Pathways represent a nationwide effort to help schools ensure that students get the knowledge and skills they need for multiple career choices by matching what is taught in the classroom to business and industry standards.
The Quantico School Board will meet on Tuesday, February 12, at 11:30 a.m. in the Information Center at Quantico Middle High School. There will not be a meeting in January.
Parents will be notified by AtHoc for inclement weather or school closures.
All Quantico Middle High School students will become proficient in reading and writing.
It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school every time a student is absent.
NOTE: Please check your school's calendar for information on additional release days for training, parent teacher conferences, and other activities.
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