Senior Week is here and we are looking forward to a wonderful week of celebration and recognition.
Schedule for End of the Year Senior Activities
*ALL seniors must attend starred events
Only seniors who have purchased senior week tickets will be able to attend the other events.
(Monday, May 30th: Memorial Day)
Tuesday, May 31st
8:00 - 9:30am Graduation rehearsal*
9:30 - 5:30pm Six Flags trip (arrival back home somewhat dependent on traffic)
Note: Lunch included, Casual wear (bathing suits if desired)
Wednesday, June 1st
8:00 – 10:00am Graduation rehearsal*
10:00am – 5:00pm Kimball Farms (arrival back home somewhat dependent on traffic)
Note: Lunch included, Casual wear
Thursday, June 2nd
8:00-10:00am- Graduation rehearsal, distribution of caps & gowns*
10:30am-2:30pm- Community Service at various sites*
4:00pm – 11:45pm Senior Cotillion: Boston Harbor Boat Cruise
Note: Semi-formal attire, Dinner included
Friday, June 3rd
9:15am report time*
10:00am Class Day*- ALL INVITED to celebrate the Class of 2016!
Note: Nice casual wear, you will be wearing your gowns (please iron!)
5:30pm Senior Banquet at AHS- students only
Note: Nice casual wear, Dinner provided, Yearbooks distributed
Sunday, June 5th
Doors open at 11am.
Please note that parking on AHS grounds during the ceremony is done so in a manner that you are not able to exit during the ceremony.
Any questions, please see or email Mr. McGann (email@example.com), Ms. Shiels (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ms. St. Coeur (email@example.com)
State Representative Tom Sannicandro, who represents parts of Framingham and Ashland, and serves as the House Chair of the Joint Committee on Higher Education will be hosting a free educational seminar on saving for college On Wednesday, June 15th at the Forum at Framingham State University, from . Presented by MEFA, the Commonwealth’s authority on planning, saving, and paying for college, the English-language forum is designed for parents with children of any age, and will provide an overview of saving for college, including the different ways to save in Massachusetts, how much to save, and when to start. An experienced MEFA representative will provide families with the information and tools they need to create a college financing plan, while demystifying college savings myths and how savings affects financial aid eligibility.
I hope you all have a restful weekend.