Welcome to Arthur P. Schalick High School
                                                   
Mission Statement

Staff at the high school will provide a program designed to meet the changing needs of the students.  In order to address these needs it is our belief that the total school staff must function in a partnership with students, parents, and the community to create and maintain an educational foundation that will prepare students for post high school success.  To address these needs, the school community will strive for excellence with the expectation that each student demonstrate: Patience, Respect, Integrity, Diligence, Empathy.

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Delayed Schedule Delayed Openings2014.docx


Academy Information Night  

has been rescheduled for Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
in the High School Auditorium

Click below for more information
2015 Open House Flyer.pdf

PARCC Information

Click below to view the letter and schedule that was sent home with students:
PARCC Assessment Schedule - For Parents.pdf

January, 2015 A. P. Schalick High School Newsletter
(click below to view)

Upcoming Events...

2/27/15 & 2/28/15 - Theatre Academy Musical - "Legally Blonde" - 7:00 p.m.
3/1/15   - Theatre Academy Musical - "Legally Blonde" - 3:00 p.m.
                Tickets: $10 - students with ID and $12.00 - adults
3/4/15   - 8th Grade Parent Night - Course Selection - 6:30 p.m.
3/5/15   - Academy Information Parent Night - 7:00 p.m.
             - Dodgeball Tournament - 6:30 p.m. - $1.00 Admission

PowerSchool Parent Portal upgrade to "single sign-on" - Upgrade means parents create and control their accounts and they can now access more then one student in more then one school with one account.  To create an account follow these setup instructions. Parent_portal.pdf

Please support our school's fundraiser:  To date we've earned close to $400 - thank you to our supporters - keep the $$ coming!!  It's as simple as downloading the "SHOPAROO" app from the App Store and choose "Arthur P Schalick High School" under cause.  You may even choose to support a grade level.  Shoparoo instantly turns every picture of a grocery or retail receipt (restaurants, sports stores, office supply, Arts & crafts, department stores, home improvement, cafes & book stores, and electronic stores) into a cash donation to the school. Just snap a picture of your receipt.  The fundraiser will run until the end of the school year, so join at any time.  For more information on this fundraiser, click www.shoparoo.com.   You may also send in your receipts.  Our Office Aides will scan them and return them to you, if you like.  

Dress Code:
 Please review the attached to avoid dress code violations.   DRESS CODE 2014-15.docx

Parking Permits ​may be purchased by seniors only.  Permits are $10 and students must complete the parking packet, present a copy of their driver's license, insurance card, and registration card.  Parents and students need to SIGN the form prior to purchasing the permit.  Permits may be purchased throughout the school year.

Online Meal Payment System:  "MySchoolBucks"  - Parents can review recent purchases, current balances, low balance alerts, and can make payments.  For more information please click mySchoolBucks .docx

Cap & Gown Ordering Information
Cougars of the Month

Congratulations to the following
Cougars-of-the-Month
for February:


Dominique Ellis
&
Chris Mesiano

Sports Highlights

Please refer to the Tri-County Conference website for sporting events times and locations.