Tickets - Each senior will be given 10 tickets for graduation. Everyone entering the arena must have a ticket regardless of age. Tickets will be distributed at Practice #1 on June 3. Students who do not graduate will not receive tickets. Many seniors do not need the maximum number of tickets while others need more. Please give any tickets you do not need to a senior who needs additional tickets. Please understand there are no additional tickets available from the school beyond what is distributed and the extra tickets that are purchased. Do not lose your tickets.
Additional tickets for the graduation ceremony may be purchased for $5.00 each. The protocol for additional Graduation Ticket sales is as follows:
Extra Ticket Sales
Woodmont High School's mission is to empower students to become lifelong learners and productive citizens.
May 22 – May 31, 2013
Featuring the three short plays:
Something's a Brewin' By Rachel Flurry
Just Wingin' It By Sarah Shealy
To Be Continued By Tyler Diddinger
Please support your fellow students who have created these plays from scratch!
This week in athletics
Upcoming and Ongoing Events
Crime Stoppers – Financial Reward
Be a Campus Crime Stopper: Call 23-CRIME (232-7463)
Help make our school a safe place to learn. Report campus crime by calling Crime Stoppers or contact your School Resource Officer with any information on criminal activity. Report those individuals disrupting your education. We want your information, not your name. Callers remain anonymous. Code numbers are issued to callers. Individuals who provide information leading to an arrest, disciplinary action, punitive action, or recovery of property may be eligible for cash awards up to $2,000.
If you are interested in information on recognizing completers of majors, please see your guidance counselor today!
End Of Course exam Review Sessions are available for all students through our free After School Tutoring program.
Sessions are on Tuesdays and Thursdays and begin Tuesday, April 23 and end on Thursday, May 23.
Review sessions are for English 1, Algebra 1, Biology 1 and U.S. History.
Unless the student was approved for the bus service, transportation must be at school to pick students up by 4:50pm. (Bus service does not begin until April 30.)
End of Course Exam Review Sessions will meet in various classrooms. Check by office F106 or with the teachers to determine the classroom locations.
We hope that you will take advantage of this opportunity to assist our students in passing these important tests. Please complete a form and return it to the Guidance Department to show your intent on attending the review sessions.
Kathy Wills, our media center clerk, was named the South Carolina Association of School Librarian's (SCASL) Paraprofessional of the Year for the state of South Carolina! We are so proud of her. The award recognizes the exemplary performance of a paraprofessional who directly supports the media profession either at the building or district level.
Mrs. Wills has been the library media center clerk at Woodmont High since 2000. She often downplays her importance, but anyone who works with her knows how vitally important she is to the success of the media center and to the school. She is our best asset and we love her! Way to go Mrs. Wills!