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Prom

Saturday, May 17, 2014
7:30pm – 11:00pm
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore MD
Formal Dress
Photos provided by Lifetouch
(pictures may be viewed and purchased on-line from Lifetouch the day after Prom)

Dance Contract for All Prom Attendees

Permission Form for Guests who are Not SRHS students
Prom Breakfast
Saturday, May 17  through Sunday, May 18, 2014
11:30– 2:00am
SRHS Cafeteria
Formal Dress / Prom Attire
- We encourage all seniors to attend this event with their dates.  Please realize that once you leave the Prom Breakfast, you may not return.
- Parents are reminded to send in their donations, addressed to the school, marked “Attention – Prom Breakfast.” Checks may be made out to South River High School, with Prom Breakfast in the memo section.
Senior Awards
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
8:00AM - 10:00AM
South River High School Auditorium
- Seniors receiving recognition will be invited to attend with their families.

Senior Awards Survey Form – Due May 15, 2014

Senior Exams
Friday, May 23…………3B / 4B
Tuesday, May 27………3A / 4A
Wednesday, May 28….1B / 2B
Thursday, May 29…….1A / 2A


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Graduation Practice
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
11:30am to 1:30pm
All graduating Seniors MUST be in their seats in the auditorium by 11:15am
> ATTENDANCE AT GRADUATION PRACTICES IS MANDATORY.
> STUDENTS MUST PARTICIPATE IN ALL GRADUATION REHEARSALS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CEREMONY.
Students must make arrangements with employers and families if scheduling conflicts occur.
Graduation
Monday, June 9, 2014
3:30pm – ALL Seniors MUST ARRIVE BY 2:15PM
Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, MD
- Please allow plenty of time for traveling to the Show Place Arena.  Delays are to be expected and can take up to 1 hour.
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Graduation Attire Graduation is a dignified ceremony and students must be dressed appropriately.  Ladies are to wear white or light pastel colored dresses and comfortable, white, low-heeled shoes.  Gentlemen are to wear white shirts, tie, dress slacks and dress shoes.  Platform and high-heels are not permitted – these styles are unsafe on the steps.  No student may wear flip-flops, thongs, tennis shoes or boat shoes.  It is recommended that the graduation ceremony shoes be worn to graduation practice.
Caps & Gowns
Seniors must wear a year 2014 cap and gown to participate in the graduation ceremony.  Styles from previous graduation years will not match.  You must write your name on the inside of the cap in permanent marker.
Graduation Tickets
Tickets to the graduation ceremony will be distributed during the Senior’s final graduation practice.  Each student will receive 8 tickets to the ceremony, unless a request for more has been granted.
Accessible Seating / Parking
Seating for people with special needs is available in specially marked sections of the arena.  Please consult an usher for assistance.  Handicapped parking permits are available.  If special accommodations are required, please contact Mrs Eutsler at beutsler@aacps.org.
Diploma Distribution
Senior will receive their diploma cover when they walk across the stage.  After the ceremony, all students will recess to the tunnel at the back of the arena and report to the appropriate alpha-ordered table.  Seniors must present a graudation cap with their name written inside to get their diploma.
Video Recording of the Event
The ceremony will be recorded.  Order forms will be provided to students inside the envelope with the diploma.
Photography during the Event
A photographer has been contracted to take each graduate’s picture as they receive their diploma.  No one else will be permitted to stand near the stage or on the floor of the arena to take pictures during the ceremony.  Mr Myers will be happy to pose with the student after the ceremony is over.
Obligations
All obligations must be cleared by Wednesday, May 28, 2014 in order to get graduation tickets.  This includes returning all textbooks, fund-raising money, projects, materials, library fines, gym locks, etc.

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ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND OTHER INCIDENTS

Any Senior student caught and confirmed in alcohol or other drug activity after April 29, 2014 will be denied all remaining Senior priviledges, including participation in the graduation ceremony.

April 29, 2014 is the last day a graduating senior can be enrolled in the Alternative to Drugs Program, the Responsible Actions Program or the Anti-Tobacco Use Program.

See POST for specific information.

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