For all SWHS parents and students - There will be a meeting at the high school on Thursday, June 7th at 5:30pm, in the media center. Carlene Anderson and Mr. Preast will be there to discuss next year's course offerings and get input from parents. They are adding back the English III Honors, English IV Honors and American History Honors classes. I'm not sure about Government & Economics Honors. If you registered your Junior or Senior student in March, these Honors classes were not offered, but are now. We have to fill these classes to make them happen. If your child signed up for regular English III or AP American Language & Comp, and would rather sign up for English III Honors, this meeting would be the time to do so. Same for American History. Please come to the meeting and get your opinions heard. The school will be sending out a notice to all parents, via the SNN email list. I'm not sure exactly when, but soon. We are starting to get the word out now so people can plan to be there. There will be further opportunities to sign up for the new honors classes, but doing so at the meeting will ensure that the classes get full and are taught next year. Spread the word as much as you can, but I think the email that Barb sends out should reach most parents. Most important are the Juniors and Seniors for next year. If you know any rising Juniors or Seniors please let them know about the meeting and the new Honors classes. There are many students that did not have parents with them during registration and signed up for classes based on what the adviser told them in March. Of course, since the Honors classes weren't available, they couldn't sign up for them. Now that they are available, all the students need to know to review their schedule. They might want to change from a regular to Honors class or from an AP class to an Honors class. I know of one student that signed up for 6 AP (too many in my opinion) classes because they didn't want to take any regular classes. Now they have the option of taking Honors History and Honors English along with their other AP classes. Spread the word!