Titan Tattler: Weekly Roundup
Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 30, 2019
Congrats, Titans! You’ve made it! With the first day of exams commencing today, many students’ school years have come to an end. Seniors are anxiously awaiting graduation, and underclassmen are looking forward to the promise of next year and the clean slate that goes along with it. As we only have a few days left, many loose ends have yet to be tied. Here’s some of the last few things left that students should be aware of.
The final call for library books is tomorrow, May 31. Students should turn in every book they have checked out or else they may be placed on the school debt list. All textbooks should be turned in by the end of the year as well; this is especially imperative for seniors as they must turn in all books or pay off their equivalent value in order to graduate.
The 2019 Baccalaureate service will be held this Sunday at Clemmons United Methodist Church on June 2 at 7 p.m.. The Baccalaureate service is a non-denominational, spiritual send-off for the graduating class and is open to all students. Anyone interested in attending and participating should RSVP to Ms. Burris in the main office. Students should wear their graduation gowns, but not caps. Families may attend, and there will be light refreshments to follow the service.
Any senior who has not completed the senior exit form should do so as soon as possible. This form collects information that makes sure that West Forsyth sends senior transcripts to the correct secondary institution as well as enables them to generate accurate statistics about the graduating class. Parents may assist their students in completing the form, and students may submit multiple entries if necessary.