Tonight, Thursday, May 27  is the meeting for people interested in helping to launch a high school robotics team at 7 p.m. in the LGI. If you love technology or just want for youth in the district to have an opportunity to learn in a technical hands-on format, this may just be something you would enjoy. You do not need to have a student in the district to become involved.

 

Tonight, Thursday, May 27  is the meeting for people interested in helping to launch a high school robotics team at 7 p.m. in the LGI. If you love technology or just want for youth in the district to have an opportunity to learn in a technical hands-on format, this may just be something you would enjoy. You do not need to have a student in the district to become involved.
Some sixth grade students and parents are off to Boston, Mass. for an annual trek in hopes of seeing the whales. Students will also visit the aquarium, trip around the Freedom Trail via duck boat and see some of the other sites. They are back late on Sunday.
There is no school on Monday, May 31 as the district joins the nation in recognizing Memorial Day and all of the solemnity that occasion brings with it. 
The beginning of June means continued testing for fourth grade with the science performance exam. On June 1 is the High School Honors Recognition Night, a time to celebrate the academic success of students. Wednesday, June 2 the senior class will take part in DWI Awareness Day. If you have questions about this event, please contact the high school office. The Business Honor Society Induction  will take place on Thursday, May 3 and the sixth grade will celebrate with their big day on Friday, June 4.
Monday, June 7 at 6 pm is the Wayland-Cohocton Athletic Awards presentation. If you would like more information contact Jim Brownell or Terry Moir.
Please continue to keep your eyes open for upcoming special events sent home in younger students’ bags. Such events are plenty when the school season begins to wrap up. If you have questions or need additional information about events that may be approaching, please don’t hesitate to give the school a buzz. We do our best to communicate with the community and families, but there are times we forget something.