Weekly Memo for May 20, 2015:

Looking for Spring ...

HAIRSPRAY,Jr.! Tomorrow! Two performances 4:00 and 7:00 pm. Adults $5.00, students $3.00. Refreshments will be sold during intermission. Don't miss it! It will be the talk of the school on Friday.

No school Monday, May 25th, in honor of Memorial Day.

Thursday, May 28th, is Grandparents Day. Hopefully, they've received their invitation and plan on coming.

Exams begin Monday, June 1st.

Mark your calendars:

Monday, June 8th - 8:00 am Awards Day

Tuesday, June 9th - Canobie Lake Park Trip

Wednesday, June 10th - 8:00 am Graduation Breakfast

9:30 am Talent Show

7:00 - 10:00 pm Graduation Dance

Thursday, June 11th - 9:00 - 10:30 am, graduation practice at the Cathedral. Parents, please drop your graduate off at the Cathedral at 9:00 am and collect them at 10:30 am. Return them at 5:30 pm for graduation at 6:00 pm.

June 12th - Last day with 11:30 dismissal.

Now for some sad news: Ms. Cuff is retiring. After dedicating 45 years to the students of St. George and St. Joe's, Ms. Cuff is going to take some time for herself. If you had Ms. Cuff or know someone who has, we would love to hear about the memories. Send your stories, memories and well wishes to pmartineau@stjoesjrhs.org. We would also love to hear from parents of students. 45 years...Thank you, Ms. Cuff!

Track Team: The City Meet is next Wednesday, May 27th. The meet directors are looking for parent volunteers to help with timing and measuring. If you are going to the meet, please let Coach Sean know. It will be greatly appreciated!

Athletic News:

Track Meet - Thursday, May 21st, at Londonderry

State Meet - Tuesday, June 2nd, at Pennichuk in Nashua

Baseball: Having a blazing season.

Thursday, May 21st, at Chester

Tuesday, May 26th, at Derryfield School (one way bus)

On to the playoffs, which begin Friday, May 29th. More to come.

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