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Class of 2024 Information

Countdown to Graduation!

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Important End of the Year Dates

3.25 Prom Tickets go on sale

3.26 Prom Pop Up Store Opens

3.29 Call Home/Mandatory Advisory Meeting (At Risk Seniors)

4.5 Last day of Pop up Prom Store 

4.22 Guest Passes for PROM due

4.26 Last day to purchase Prom tickets

4.26 Senior Advisory Meeting

5.1  Last day to finish FUEL courses

5.3 End of 4th Qtr Progress Report Period

5.6 - 5.16 AP Exams

5.10 Letter Home and Meeting (at risk of not graduating)

5.15 Rep your Future Day

5.17 Cap & Gown Pick Up

5.18 Prom - Under the Stars

5.20 Grad Speaker Applications due

5.24 Grad Speaker Written Speech due

5.29 Grad Speaker Audition

5.27 Memorial Day - No School

5.28 Senior Speech Night

5.29 Music Awards Night

5.31 Senior Surveys due

6.3 Notification of Non-Grads

6.3 - 6.7 Review Week

6.6 Senior Awards Night

6.10 - 6.14 Finals

6.12 Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal

6.13  Hand in all SCRS issued Chromebooks

6.13 Graduation

6.13 Safe & Sober Grad Night

Principal's Update

PRINCIPAL’S END OF THE YEAR UPDATE

Dear Seniors and families:

Congratulations to all of you for making it to this final stretch of your high school career! I’d like to take a moment to check in about Spring semester academic and behavioral expectations.  For all seniors this is a period of transition.  The excitement, stress, and anxiety of this time period can sometimes result in a feeling that school is no longer a priority, and that it is acceptable for grades, attendance, and behavior to slip.   This is simply not the case!  We are committed to working with seniors to ensure that everyone finishes the year successfully at San Rafael High.  

We will meet with all of our seniors to congratulate them on making it to this point, and also remind them to stay focused on school.   School rules apply to the end of the year, and any inappropriate, illegal or dangerous activities will not be tolerated.   I am asking parents to help the school prevent students from participating in pranks and other “poor choice” activities.  The school will take a hard line on students caught engaging in these activities.  Depending upon the circumstances, students may face consequences such as suspension, loss of extra-curricular activities, loss of Senior year activities (including participation in the Senior Prom, Senior Cap & Gown Pick Up and graduation ceremonies), and possible recommendation for expulsion.  In addition, if the law is broken, law enforcement will be contacted.

I also want to let you know that participation in the many special events for Seniors such as the Senior Prom, Senior Cap & Gown Pick Up and graduation ceremony are a privilege extended to students in “good standing” at school.  A student’s “good standing” is based on their behavior, attendance, and academics for the entire school year.   As we move into the 4th quarter, a student in “good standing” must meet the following criteria in order to participate in these events:

  • This includes satisfying all California and San Rafael City Schools graduation requirements; 
  • maintaining a 2.0 GPA with no “F’s” in classes required for graduation (including FUEL);
  • maintaining good behavior, without referrals or suspensions;
  • Detentions must be served.
  • No outstanding book bills or debts to the school.

I ask you to take some time and discuss these issues with your student. Feel free to call the assistant principals or me should you have any questions. We look forward to a positive, productive, and enjoyable spring with our senior class.

Sincerely,

Joe Ryan Dominguez (he/him)

Principal | San Rafael High School

 

Good Standing & LOP

LOP & Good Standing 

You must be in Good Standing to participate in Cap & Gown Pick Up, Prom and Graduation. 

Graduation Ceremony

  • Must have a D or above in any graduation requirement 

  • Must have completed FUEL by May 1st

  • No major disciplinary issues

    • Suspensions

 

PROM - Tardies

LOP LIST

  • More than 20 tardies for 2nd semester 

  • You can work your way off the LOP list by being on time for a week and not accumulating any additional tardies.

  • Last week to earn off the list is May 6th-10th

PROM - LOP/Grades

Grades- must be passing grad requirements for Prom

Prom Clearance Form (blue sheet) 

  • Needs to be completed IF you raised your grade after 4th Quarter Progress Report  grades submitted

    • Teacher & Counselor sign off

  • Blue sheets passed out at mandatory advisory meeting

  • Completed blue sheet returned to Ms. Zampino by end of lunch (12:35pm) on Wednesday, May 15th.

4th Q Progress Report closes next Friday, May 3rd

LOP list - PROM

Mandatory Advisory Meeting on Friday, May 10th

Mandatory Saturday School on Saturday, May 11th

Ms. Zampino will review LOP list end of the day on May 15th and notify students & families on May 16th. 

NO SATURDAY SCHOOL and NO BLUE SHEET = NO PROM

Refunds will be processed the week after prom.

COUNSELING UPDATES

Here are some important tips to stay on top of things to end your 4 years at SRHS:

  • Stay informed
  • Check your srcs email daily

  • Library, tutoring, Advisory

  • Monitor Aeries for up to date grades

  • Communicate with your teachers!

Counseling Senior Timeline

  • After 3rd Q Grades- 

    • Letters sent home, contracts signed for students at risk of not graduating (D/F in classes  you need for graduation) 

  • After 4th Q Progress reports (May 10)- 2nd Letter/Phone call home/Parent meetings

  • June 3rd- notification that student will not graduate. *Meetings will be held shortly after

  • Fuel-Last day is May 1st at midnight!

CAP & GOWN PICK UP – MAY 17th 

Cap & Gowns will be available to purchase at the Cap & Gown Pick Up event on May 17th or you can still order here: Link to Order Cap & Gown Only  They will also be available to purchase in person at the event on May 17th.

Cap & Gown Pick Up event will be held in the Quad on May 17th from 3:15-4:15

The SRHS Alumni Association will have a special treat for graduating seniors from Lobo’s Ice Cream

Make sure to bring any books,  materials, equipment, uniforms you have collected over the years to the student store or to the cap & gown pick up event on May 17th or directly to the Student Store to clear your book bills.  Book bills have been mailed home already

PROM Info

PROM INFO – May 18th 

  • Prom is on May 18th from 7-10pm

  • Check-in is from 6:30 - 8:30. *You will not be able to get in after 8:30, so make sure you’re on time or early*

  • It is at 715 Harrison, or Club X in San Francisco

  • Transportation will not be provided

  • The last day to buy tickets in person is today, April 26th! They are $90.

  • If you don’t buy them today, you can get one online at the online Dawg Shop. You can access it through the school website. It’s under the Student section dropdown. The last day to buy tickets online is this Sunday, April 28th!  Guest passes must be bought in person by TODAY, April 26th!!!. 

  • There is street parking on Harrison, a parking lot next to the venue, and a parking garage on a nearby street.

  • Pre-prom pictures are put on by the class parents, stay tuned for more information

Make sure you’re following our class instagram and srhspride for updated information.   @srhspride and @2024dawgs for updated information

 

 

Buy your Yearbook Today

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Senior Survey

Seniors be on the lookout for the Senior Survey which will be sent out on May 6th to your school email.  This survey is for all seniors, even if you do not plan to attend college/university in the fall,  We want to know what your plans are after graduation.  
SCAN HERE to FILL OUT SURVEY:

Transcripts:  Seniors be sure to register for Parchment, several emails have been sent to your  school  email. This is the only way we can send final transcripts to your  college, university, military, etc.  
 

The first 3 transcripts are free, they are $3 each after that.  Transcripts for scholarships are free.

College and Career Center - Senior Updates

College and Career Center - Senior Updates

  • Financial Aid applications are due May 2nd. 
    • Post- High School Plans Day is May 15th.  - Students who applied to 4 yr colleges must commit to a college by May 15th. You must also deny your acceptance to all other colleges.

    • On May 15th,  the CCC will  organize an event during brunch in the quad where you and your friends can come take pictures and tell us where you’re headed or what you are doing after high school. We encourage you all to wear your apparel/ colors or whatever you feel best reflects your future plans.

    • If you are planning to go to COM or SRJC next yr - Applications are open now. Stop by the CCC for help.

    • Students going to COM must sign up for: College Success Saturday for May 4th.  Students will get to register for classes this day. See Ms. Cifuentes for sign up details.

    • Keep applying for that FREE money! list of local scholarships

    • Senior Awards Night - June 6th.  Invitations will be mailed out.

Email: scgudiel@srcs.org  Instagram page: @Sanrafaelhighccc 

Apply to be a Graduation Speaker

Apply to be a Graduation Speaker

  • Welcome Speakers (English, Spanish, Vietnamese, other?) 

    •  (A very short welcome to parents/friends/staff, etc)  Under 1 min

  • Keynote Speakers (Speech should include something unique about your experience at SRHS, but also highlights that speak to and/or represent your entire graduating class.  

  • No longer than 3 mins

  • Deadline to apply via 2024 Graduation Speaker Application is May 20th (application posted on class of 2024 Senior Year Update page)

  • Written Speech due May 24th to @mrodriguez@srcs.org :  Auditions will be held on May 29th during advisory

Graduation Info

Rehearsal is mandatory for ALL Seniors

Wednesday, June 12th directly after Finals 

Meet in the Main Gym at 1:30pm

Rehearsal is mandatory so make arrangements ahead of time!

Graduation is on June 13th at 5pm

Seniors should be dropped off at the Gym by 4pm

No tickets are needed this year as more seating will be added.  It will be on a first come first serve basis and no personal chairs are permitted.

JUNE 13TH AT 5PM

PLEASE ARRIVE BY 4PM - Please Carpool!

Throwing cap in the air not recommended.  Please write your name on the inside of your cap you may decorate your cap and must be approved

You may not decorate the gown, but can wear sashes, cords and leis 

Block heels only - no pointed heels

Safe & Sober Grad Night

The night of Graduation, buses will transport graduating seniors to Scandia, Fairfield where they will have exclusive use of the park including mini golf, race cars, bumper boats, laser tag and arcade.  The event also includes DJ, photobooth, airbrush tatoo artists, and henna artists! 

*Food and beverages provided
*Seniors 18+ can sign their own permission slip via the QR code below
*Check in begins at 8:45pm in the SR Parking Lot
*Students will check-in and be assigned to a bus via wristband
*There will be breathalyzers, security check & chaperones
*After Grad Night, students will board buses at 2:30am and be driven back to SR Parking Lot

*NO BAGS WILL BE ALLOWED AND NO STUDENT WILL BE ALLOWED TO BOARD THE BUS WITHOUT A SIGNED PERMISSION SLIP.  
*Permission lips have been sent out via email and can also be picked up in the Front Office
*This event is FREE to all graduating Seniors IF YOU REGISTER BY MAY 10th and includes entry into our raffle to win one of many awesome prizes!
*Registration after May 10th is open on a space available basis with a $20 Registration Fee

THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE FAMILIES WHO HAVE SUPPORTED THE STUDENTS OVER THE LAST FOUR YEARS!

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