Senior Bulletin - Class of 2015
Friday, April 24 Staff must report all current senior fines to Mrs. Propes no later than the end of the day on April 24
Friday, April 24 Deadline for Scholarships to be returned:
Lockland Alumni, Eagles, O.A.P.S.E., Roberta Wright, Music & Choir Boosters
Friday, May 1 All Senior fines must be paid to the counselor’s office or for-mer school.
Friday, May 8 Teachers must notify Mrs. Chicketti or Mr. Thompson of any senior who is not passing a subject required for graduation.
Friday, May 15 Cap and Gown distribution in the High School Office 3:00 p .m.
Thursday, May 21 Senior Exams, Day One (No Exemptions)
Friday, May 22 Senior Exams, Day Two (No Exemptions)
Tuesday, May 26 Continental Senior Family Breakfast- 7:15 a.m., Cafeteria
Senior Awards Assembly - 8:15 a.m., Auditorium
Senior Outing-Location and time to be announced
Last school day for seniors
Thursday, May 28 Graduation practice - 9:00 a.m., Landmark Church
(Seniors must bring their cap and gown to practice in the morn-ing.)
Graduation Ceremony - 7:00 p.m.,
Friday, June 5 Report cards will be mailed.
If you have any questions about any of the senior events, please contact Mrs. Kathleen Krause, senior class advisor, at 563-5000 x171.
By the end of the day on Friday, April 24, all teachers, coaches, and staff must noti-fy Mrs. Propes of seniors who owe fines, textbooks, or equipment.
By the end of the day on Friday, May 1st, all senior fines must be paid to the coun-selor’s office and/or former school(s). Seniors who owe fines to Lockland Schools and/or former school will not receive a diploma nor will they participate in any graduation activities.
"Boards of Education may adopt rules and regulations prescribing a schedule of charges which may be imposed upon pupils for the loss, damage, or destruction of school apparatus, equipment, music instruments, library materials, textbooks which are required to be furnished without charge, and for damage to school buildings and may enforce the payment of such fees and charges by withholding the grades and credits of the pupils concerned." — Ohio Revised Code
Senior Grades for Fourth Quarter
By the end of the day on Friday, May 8th, teachers must notify Mrs. Chicketti or Mr. Thompson of any seniors who are not passing a subject required for gradua-tion. Teachers must also notify Mrs. Chicketti or Mr. Thompson on this day if there are seniors who must pass the second-semester exam in order to pass a sub-ject required for graduation.
Senior Exams – Thursday, May 21 and Friday, May 22
Thursday, May 21 and Friday, May 22, are regular days of attendance, and seniors are expected to attend all eight classes on both of these days. Senior exams will be arranged by individual teachers and held during regularly scheduled classes. Courses that do not have a second-semester exam will have a culminating activity these two days that students are expected to complete
If a senior is absent for an exam because of a doctor-verified medical excuse, make-up privileges will be allowed at the convenience of the teacher. A teacher is under no obligation to provide a make-up exam for an unexcused absence; these students will receive an "F" for their second-semester exam.
Senior Family Breakfast – Tuesday, May 26 at 7:15 a.m.
The Senior Family Breakfast celebrating their last day at school will be on Tues-day, May 26, at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Parents and other family members are invited to attend.
Senior Awards Assembly – Tuesday, May 26 at 8:15
The senior awards assembly will be held on Tuesday, May 26, at 8:15 a.m. in the Auditorium. Seniors’ dress should be appropriate for the occasion and match the formality of the school uniform or better. The senior slide show will follow the presentation of awards.
All family members of seniors are welcome to attend the assembly. Seating for families will be available in the front of the auditorium and the balcony.
Senior Outing – Tuesday, May 26
Details on the Senior Outing will be announced. The senior outing is an event sponsored by the Class of 2015; attendance is optional
Graduation Practice – Thursday, May 28 at 9:00 a.m.
Caps and Gowns will be available for pick-up in the high school office on Friday, May 15th, at 3:00. Gowns should be hung and steamed/pressed before Graduation Practice on Friday morning.
Graduation Practice will be held on Thursday, May 28, at 9:00 a.m. at Landmark Church in preparation for the ceremony that night. Seniors must be at graduation practice on Thursday morning in order to participate in the graduation ceremony on Thursday night. Seniors must bring their cap and gown to commencement practice; a photograph of the Class of 2015 will be taken at that time.
Graduation Ceremony – Thursday, May 28 at 7:00 p.m.
Commencement will begin at 7:00 p.m. at Landmark Church in Woodlawn.
In order to participate in the ceremony, seniors need to have been to practice that morning and need to be at Landmark Church by 6:15 p.m.
There is no limit to the number of people who may attend from each family, but seating is first-come first-choice. Families cannot reserve a block of seats by post-ing signs or by sending few members of the family early to save seats. The only way to reserve a seat is for a person to be sitting in it. If a family wants to sit to-gether, they should all arrive early.
Absolutely NO helium or other balloons, glitter, confetti, string, streamers, or the like is allowed inside Landmark Church. Please treat the space and the cere-mony with dignity and respect it deserves.
Seniors should select graduation attire that fits the dignity and solemnity of the graduation ceremony. Jeans, t-shirts, and gym or beach shoes are not appropriate for this occasion. No lettering of any kind should be displayed on caps or gowns.
Tradition suggests a white dress and white shoes. Other appropriate options are white or light-colored skirts, capris, or dressy pants. All clothing should be light-colored, as not to show through the yellow gown, and should not show above the neckline of the graduation gown. White or light-colored shoes should be selected with safety in mind; graduates must climb up and down stairs. Extremely high heels or backless shoes should be avoided for these reasons. Hairstyles should be selected to work with the fit of a graduation cap.
Senior boys should wear a dress shirt, tie, dark pants, and dark dress shoes.
Arch Cunningham will be taking the Class of 2015 graduation group picture as well as individual pictures of each senior as she/he is receiving the diploma. He can be reached at 349-3224, through email at email@example.com, or through his website at www.pbase.com/digithis.
A video of the ceremony will also be available for purchase. Order forms for both the photographs and the video will be available at the senior breakfast, awards as-sembly, graduation practice, and at the ceremony itself.