The Paper Cut

  • May 18Senior breakfast Thursday May 24 at 8 am

  • May 18Senior grades due Tuesday May 22

  • May 17Senior sunset Tuesday May 22 at 6:45 pm

  • May 7Final Exams: 5/23 Period 2/4/6; 5/24 Periods 1/3/5

  • May 7May 18 All-School Picnic - Bring money

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  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    Senior Girls “Best Of” 2018

  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    Senior Boys “Best Of” 2018

  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    Shout-Outs to Staff from Class of 2018!!!

  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    Prom King and Queen Voted Best Senior Couple 2018

  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    Sahuaro Says Goodbye To Six Staff Members

  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    Why You Should Join The Paper Cut

  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    Drumline Season Ends on a Spooky Note

  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    #RedForEd Isn’t Just About A Raise

  • Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018

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    Cougars Go East to DC & NYC

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    Why #RedForEd Matters

Tradition of Excellence – Honors & Awards Recipients 2018
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Q &A with Valedictorian Contenders of 2017-2018
Amy Porter – Animal Fashion Designer
Plants Sit Down to Dinner – VJ Evans’s Senior Project
Isaiah McAuley Releases an EP
Shaundiin’s TJI Experience
Taylor Kemp Explores Her Culture For Senior Project
Alanna Burke Senior Project: Teddy Bears For Comfort
Matt Brown DJs Downtown
Cassidy Ratzan: The Seamstress Queen
Meet Miss Vietnam Southern Arizona Contestant No. 4: Tina Le
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Important Dates

Friday, May 18 School Picnic
Baccalaureate (Auditorium) 6:00pm
Saturday, May 19 Mexican American Student Awards (U of A) 10:00am
Tuesday, May 22 Deadline for Senior Finals
Wednesday, May 23 Finals (Periods 2, 4, 6) Magee Promotion Ceremony (6:00pm) Auditorium
Thursday, May 24 Finals (Periods 1, 3, 5)
Last Day for Students
Senior Breakfast (Cafeteria) 8:00
Graduation Rehearsal (Stadium Field) 9:30ish
Graduation (Stadium Field) 7:00pm
Friday, May 25
Last Day for Teachers
Wednesday, May 30 Summer School Begins
June 4-14 Freshman Academy
June 6-7 District Scholastic Training (Building 100)
Mid-June Solar Panel Construction Project Begins
June 18-29
AP Boot Camp
Thursday, June 28 Summer Graduation
Monday, July 30
First Day for Teachers
Thursday, August 2
First Day for Students

WHY A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA MATTERS

High school graduates are more likely to be employed, make higher taxable income, and aid in job generation.

High school graduates earn a national average of $8,000 more annually compared to high school dropouts.

High school graduates have better health and longer life expectancy.

High school graduates are more likely to vote. During the 2012 presidential election, 4 percent of people who left high school without graduating voted compared to 24 percent of youth with only a high school diploma and 37 percent with a college degree.

The national high school graduation rate for 2016 is 84.1 percent – an all-time high.

 

 

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