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 Semester 2 Finals Schedule

Monday 5/21/18:       

Full-Day (Regular Schedule)

Tuesday 5/22/18:      

7th Period (7:38 AM – 8:37 AM)

2nd Period (8:40 AM – 9:45 AM)

3rd Period (9:48 AM – 10:50 AM)

4th Period (10:53 AM – 11:55 AM)

Lunch (11:55 – 12:25 PM)

5th Period (12:28 PM – 1:30 PM)

6th Period (1:34 PM – 1:58 PM)

1st Period (2:02 PM – 3:53 PM) 111 Min.

Wednesday 5/23/18:

7th Period (7:38 AM – 8:31 AM) 53 Min.

6th Period (8:36 AM – 9:31 AM) 55 Min.

2nd Period (9:35 AM – 11:27 AM) 111 Min

Lunch      (11:27 AM – 12:07 PM) 40 Min

3rd Period (12:07 PM – 1:58 PM) 113 Min.

4th Period (2:02 PM – 3:53 PM) 111 Min.

Thursday 5/24/18:

1st Period (7:38 AM – 8:31 AM) 53 Min.

2nd Period (8:36 AM – 9:31 AM) 55 Min.

5th Period (9:35 AM – 11:27 AM) 111 Min

Lunch      (11:27 AM – 12:07 PM) 40 Min

6th Period (12:07 PM – 1:58 PM) 113 Min.

7th Period (2:02 PM – 3:53 PM) 111 Min.

Friday 5/25/28:          

District Health and Fun Day

Early release -exact time TBD

 Summer School Jemez Valley High Summer School

Summer School will be offered May 29 through June 22 Monday through Friday.

The cost is $200.00 for .5 credit. One half payment is due on or before the first day of summer school, and the remainder will be due by the end of summer school, June 22.

The hours are from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm daily, Monday through Friday. 

Summer school will be held in the high school J&J lab.

Students who qualify for summer school will bring home a letter to be signed and returned.

Please call Mrs. Hartwick if you have any questions. 505.373.0256 
 CALL THE HOMEWORK HELPLINE @ 1-800-947-8839

HOMEWORK HELP

Dial-a-Teacher

 7:35 am

School day is
7:35 AM to 3:53 PM.

Please arrive on time.

 

   
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New Research Shows Nearly Half of American Parents Underestimate the Harm of School Absences


 
A student who misses just two days of school each month — 18 days total in the year — is considered to be chronically absent. However, many parents don’t realize that, even when excused or understandable, absences add up and can greatly impact a child’s education. In the United States, more than 6 million children are chronically absent from school each year....Click here to read the full article.


 

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HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE

  575-834-7392 and 
505-373-0137 (Local to ABQ)


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