March 1

posted Mar 1, 2013, 5:34 AM by Peter Knowles
It's Friday again, and that means Advisory.

And it's also March (already) and that means Senior Project presentations are just around the corner. 
Practice presentations will take place on March 12, 13, and 14, between 8:15 and 10:45 (while sophomores and other students are taking their state tests). 
So on TWO of those days, you will not have to come to school until 10:30 or so. And on the OTHER day, you'll need to be here at the regular time to make your practice presentation. If you already know of a day in that date range that you cannot make your presentation, EMAIL MR. KNOWLES to let him know before he makes up the schedule. You'll find out next week which date you have assigned.

What to expect:
Practice presentations should be as complete, professional, and polished as your final presentation that you'll make in April. (They often aren't, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't try for it. That's why we call it a practice).
Students should consult the presentation rubric to see what they should have and do to earn the best score possible. You'll find the rubric on pages 23 & 24 of the Senior Project Handbook

Bring your Senior Project hours form to 5th and 7th period next week until you have been checked off by Mr Knowles (he'll come to your classroom, so have it with you to make things go smoothly). 

FINALLY-- if you haven't turned in your conference reflection essay yet, you're behind schedule on Advisory assignments. And keep looking for that third (or fourth) best work to turn in.