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|2015 End-of-Year SOL Testing Schedule|
SOLs are nearly here. SOL Testing at AGW will begin on Monday, 18 May 2015 and will conclude with the close of the testing window on Friday, 5 June 2015. Parents, lease check the schedule to ensure that students are present and ready for testing at the appointed time. If you have any quesetions regarding a particular SOL test, please contact the Front Office at 540-658-6240. CLICK HERE or on the graphic above to see the 2015 Testing Schedule
Be advised the the countdown includes all days including weekends.
The Wright News
From the Cafeteria...
Beginning Wednesday, May 20th there will be no credit extended in the cafeteria.
This means that your account cannot go into a negative balance. You need to have money in your Cafeteria account or on your person to get lunch.
The cafeteria will be open and serving food.
The cafeteria will be accepting payments—cash or check.
You will still use your account number-same as always.
May 22 is a Full Instructional Day for Students
Friday, May 22, is no longer an early release day for students. This scheduled early release day was removed when the School Board approved using the waiver method to make up days missed due to inclement weather.
NJHS Basketball Camp
North Stafford High School will be holding their annual basketball camp on June 15-19, from 9 AM - 2 PM for ages 7-15. CLICK HERE for complete details.. All children of SCPS employees may attend for $60. The registration deadline is 22 May 2015. Don't delay!
STEM Summer Day Camps
2015 STEM Summer Day Camps
Students will explore topics in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through projects, games, crafts and activities. Camps are designed to be fun and educational; they are taught by licensed teachers from Stafford County Public Schools.
This summer three camps will be offered: Beginning Robotics; Maker Camp; and SeaPerch: Build Your Own Submersible Vehicle. Dates, hours and tuition vary for each camp. Parents will need to provide transportation to and from the camp site at the stated times. Payment must accompany registration. Spaces are limited -- students will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Camps may be canceled due to low registration.
For registration information, click here.
2015 Tiger Yearbooks!!!
Yearbooks are still on sale and selling quickly. Don't delay and miss out on your yearly collection of memories. Yearbooks are $30 payable via check or cash. See Mr. Bennett in M-29 if you have any questions. CLICK HERE for all your purchasing options.
SOL Club Dates
The SOL Clubs for Math and English have begun and the Civicc and Science Clubs will begin in a few weeks. Each of the students invited will have received a permission slip. The SOL Club meets on the set dates from 3:00pm to 4:30pm. The dates are:
Math SOL Club Dates - (Monday & Tuesday):
Week 1 - March 23, 24
Week 2 - March 30, 31
Week 3 - April 13, 14
Week 4 - April 20, 21
Reading SOL Club Dates - (Wednesday & Thursday):
Week 1 - March 25, 26
Week 2 - April 1, 2
Week 3 - April 15, 16
Week 4 - April 22, 23
Civics and Science 8 SOL Club Dates - (Monday through Thursday):
Week 1 - May 18 - 21
Week 2 - May 26 - 28
First EVER A. G. Wright Film Festival - Coming Soon!
A. G. Wright Film Festival
May 29 - 7pm-9pm,
May 30 (1pm - 3pm)
Admission: Any donation to Hope House, but must have a donation to attend,
Free popcorn, Free sodas will be available.
Student produced film shorts 2-15 mins
All video submissions are due no later than 9 May 2015 to Mr. Long or Mr. Lane. Films should be submitted on flash drive or DVD/R. All film shorts must contain a school appropriate story line, .
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Andrew G. Wright
Have you ever wondered who our school was named after? Please read this newly penned biography of Andrew G. Wright.
A special thanks to Jane Conner, local Stafford County historian, and Elizabeth Wright, one of Andrew's daughters for their incredible assistance in piecing this biography together.
Curt Southwick, for whom our library is named, was one of our beloved teachers who was taken from us way too early. Mrs. Southwick helped me put together this biography of him so that all of our students can know what a great guy he was.
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