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Vol.

1, Issue 3

HOME OF THE SHARKS

December 2016

Center for the Fine and Performing Arts

Dear Colgan Families,


I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving and a chance to relax and enjoy some family time. December
always feels like a quick month here at school because so many things are going on. Our band, orchestra,
chorus, and dance students all have different winter concerts/performances. Our winter sports teams begin
their official seasons. Our teachers continue to work hard in the classroom trying to use every instructional
minute to benefit students.
This year, winter break begins on December 22 (last day of school is December 21) and school reopens
Tuesday, January 3, 2017. As is the case during Thanksgiving break, by county regulation and our philosophy at
Colgan, students should not have homework over the winter holiday break. We want all students to have a
chance to relax and spend time with family. Students may be working on some long-term projects but nothing
that would be due to be completed the first two days we return to school (January 3 & 4).
We have just recently met with our Junior Class student leaders to begin discussions about Prom 2017 and
Graduation 2018 (yes, already!). The date and location for Prom will be announced shortly. The date and
location of Graduation (2018), will be announced in the spring so that families of the Class of 2018, will have
plenty of time to make plans.
If you are not aware, the School Board has already approved the School Calendar for the 2017-18 school year.
This information can be found on the School Divisions website. The first day of school is August 28, 2017 and
the last day of school is June 8, 2018.
Please be aware that some students have been crossing 234 to either walk to and from school, or go to the
convenience stores after school. This crosswalk is an approved crosswalk. However, if your son or daughter is
crossing 234 please urge them to use caution. The speed limit is 55 mph on 234. Although the School Division
has petitioned VDOT to put up school zone signs and lower the speed limit during arrival and dismissal times, as
of today it has not been approved. In any case, students need to be very careful both as walkers and drivers.
When making a turn in and out of the school please be cautious of the potential of people crossing 234. The
School Division does provide bus service to the neighborhood across 234, but some students still choose to
walk. Although this is a family decision, our recommendation is that students ride the provided school bus
rather than cross 234. If you have any questions about this please dont hesitate to contact the school.
Finally, our Principals Advisory Council does not meet in December. Our next meeting is scheduled for
Thursday, January 19, 2017 at 7 p.m. Meetings are held in the library. Parents, staff, and students regularly
attend the council, and anyone is welcome to observe the meeting. Additionally, there is always time on the
agenda for anyone in our school community to address the council about school issues.
Thank you again for your support of Colgan High School. I hope everyone enjoys the winter break!!
Sincerely,

Tim Healey

13833 Dumfries Road Manassas, Va 20112 Office 571.374.6550 Fax 571.350.9648


School Counseling
CFPA News
Clubs, Departments, Act.

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Library
Boosters
Colgan Athletics

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Yearbook Order Form

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SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE NEWS AND VIEWS


The Colgan Counseling Department has developed an online newsletter to provide parents and
families with the most up-to-date information.
Please CLICK HERE to check it out.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR...UPCOMING DATES!

Dec. 5-9: Fall SOL non-writing retakes

Dec. 12-15: 11th grade Naviance presentations

Dec. 13: Junior parent information night (7 p.m. @ Colgan High School Auditorium)

Jan. 7, 2017: Parent summit (8 a.m. @ Hylton High School)

Jan. 9-12: 9th grade Naviance presentations

Jan. 10: Rising 9th grade parent information night (7 p.m. @ Colgan High School Auditorium)

Jan. 12: AP information night (6:30 p.m. @ Colgan High School)

Jan. 23-24: Curriculum information fair- during all lunches

Feb. 13: Touch Base conferences

February- March: Scheduling 9th, 10th, and 11th grades (9th and 10th grade students will also
get Naviance presentations during this time)

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SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE NEWS AND VIEWS

School Counseling Department


Lein Weakland, Director of School Counseling
Claire Handville, Counselor: A-D
Levette Hull, Counselor: E-K
Yanet Boyd, Counselor: L-P
Leah Byrd, Counselor: Q-Z
Tammy Degrood, Registrar
Mellany Williams, Counseling Office Secretary
Catric Marshall, Testing Coordinator

STUDENT SERVICES
Pamela Johnson, School Nurse
571.374.6173
Rebecca Zaja, School Psychologist
571.374.6346
Cynthia Brown, School Social Worker
571.374.6337
John Barnes, New Horizon Counselor
571.374.6354

johnsopr@pwcs.edu
zajarh@pwcs.edu
browncx@pwcs.edu
barnesJL@pwcs.edu

WORK PERMITS
Students who need work permits may visit the Department of Labor and Industry at
www.doli.virginia.gov

Attendance Office
When your child is absent from school, please have him or her bring a note to the attendance office
(room 1001) within two (2) days of his or her return to school.

It is not necessary for the parent/guardian to call the school or attendance.


Attendance can be reached at 571.374.6239

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CFPA NEWS
The deadline to submit applications for the CFPA 2017-18 school year is December 12. CLICK HERE
for the CFPA documents. Click on your concentration area. The forms at the end of each packet are
not the application forms, but are needed at tryouts. Please bring these forms with you on the day
of your audition.
The application should be completed on the PWCS website and submitted online.

Calendar of Events for December 2016


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

7
Band
Concert
7 p.m.

Thursday
1
Orchestra
Concert 7-9
p.m.

Friday
2
CFPA Student
Council Mtg.
2:15-4 p.m.

8
Chorus Concert
7 p.m.

10

16
Dance
Performance
7:30 p.m.
23
Winter Break

17
Dance
Performance
7:30 p.m.
24
Winter Break

Saturday

CFPA Council
Mtg. 6:30-8
p.m.
Visual Arts
Master Class
2:20-4 p.m.

12

13

14

15

19

20
Piano Recital
7 p.m.

21

22
Winter Break

The Visual Arts students are preparing and submitting works of art in their first regional art
competition of the year. Off the Wall is a regional art competition sponsored by Lockheed Martin
and is open to all area high schools both public and private from Prince William County, Manassas
Park, and the City of Manassas as well as home school students. This is a unique competition in that
students must be first adjudicated into the art show. Art work is selected from digital submissions
submitted on November 21.
Students may submit fine art as well as photography and computer graphics. Accepted works of art
must then be matted and framed by the students for the art competition and submitted to the
gallery at the Center for the Arts in Old Town Manassas for hanging. The exhibition opening will be
held on Saturday, January 7, 2017 from 2-4 p.m. Awards will be presented to first, second, and
third place along with several honorable mentions. The artwork will hang in the gallery through
January 20, 2017 and then travel to Lockheed Martin for a facility exhibition throughout the month
of February.

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CFPA NEWS
Colgan Visual and Performing Arts students recently auditioned for Virginias Governors School for
the Arts at the county level. Congratulations to the following students who made it through to state
auditions on January 14, 2017.

Dance- Victoria Beech, Meliah Galvan and Katherine Yared


Instrumental Music- Maya Harley, Trombone
Theatre- Jacqueline Days, Katherine Fitzgerald, Caitlin Foster, Shelley Gies, Alyssa Lemons,
Bonnie Lewis, Courtney Petko, Madison Petty, Trevor Ridley, and Emilia Hajec
Visual Art- Shelby Bailey, Alyssa Jones, Asha Martin, Karina Martinez, Saranne Mendez,
Moira Negrosa, and Grace Nicoletti
Vocal Music- Ally Hagan, Soprano 1; Kathryn Huber, Soprano 2; Akeda Juma and
Kayro Mendoza, Bass; Tya Robinson and Clay Ward, Tenor

Congratulations to Lanny Warkentien and the cast of ANON{ymous} for the outstanding
performances on November 17-19. Rave reviews support that Colgans inaugural performance has
set the bar high for performances to come. Auditions were held on November 28 for the casts of
Double Wide Texas, a comedy to be performed January 25-27 and February 2-4, 2017.

Performances for A Christmas Carol will be held at the Kellar Theater at the Center for the Arts on
the following dates: December 2-11 on Fridays at 7 p.m., Saturdays at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., and
Sundays at 2 p.m. CLICK HERE to visit their website for more information.

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CLUBS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES

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CLUBS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES


Colgans first Winter Dance Concert will be held in the school auditorium on December 16 and 17
starting at 7:30 p.m. Student tickets are $5 and adult tickets are $10. Hope to see you there!

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CLUBS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES


The Colgan Music Department will be hosting several upcoming holiday concerts. Admission is free!
Colgan Band: December 7
Colgan Choirs: December 8
Piano Recital: December 20
All concerts will be held in Colgans Auditorium at 7 p.m. We hope to see you there!
The A Cappella groups are performing at Jirani Coffee House in old town Manassas on December 14
from 7-9 p.m.

COLGAN PARKING PASS INFORMATION


All students must complete a parking application and have it signed by a parent or legal guardian
before issuance of the parking permit. Parking passes are $100 each (cash or check only please).
Applications are available in the main office. Please contact Steve Bouton for additional
information.
Student Parking Lot
When arriving to Colgan coming East on 234, please stay in the right hand turn lane. This lane will
then direct you to the student parking lot.

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CLUBS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES


NHS 2016-17 Student List

Kendall Aleshire
Kyle Ames
Hannah Baderman
Shelby Bailey
Mildred Barcalow
Sally Bell
John Bender
Kuri Benitez
Adam Bennett
Simone Bergstrom
Jordan Blake
Morgan Blanks
Brianna Brooks
Paul Camacho
Maria Castro-Mendoza
Abigail Cobb
Jacob Cody
Hope Damato
Jacqueline Days
Ashley Deng
Amy DesJardin
Natalie Erickson
Shane Eustace
Katherine Fitzgerald
Gianna Flores Aguilar
Dominic Galarza
Shelley Gies
Kaitlyn Gifford
Joshua Gilliard
Andrew Giovanni
Elizabeth Healey
Alexis Hong
Kathryn Huber
Joe Hughes
Alexandra Hussain
Emily Johnson
David Kennedy
Crystal Kim
Hanna Kim
Megan Lacy
Gabriela Layne
Luke Leopold

Peyton Leopold
Olivia Loper
Emily Lyle
Kevin Malloy
Oscar Martinez
Daria Maslyukova
Cameron McClincey
Declan McKeown
Saranne Mendez
Noemi Mendoza
Kayro Mendoza-Ibarra
Carlyn Middleton
Samantha Milner
Rina Murasaki
Tracie Myers
Moira Negrosa
Grace Nicoletti
McKennah Noh
Francesca Ott-McKay
Matthew Patnesky
Madison Petty
Maria Pittella
Avery Pittman
Joshua Ralston
Allyson Ruth
Xavier Smith
Samantha Smith
Aerdan Stern
Morgan Swindall
Zainab Syed
Joseph Taliaferro
Loza Teodros
Amy Travis
Rylie Upchurch
Sarai Valles-Alberto
Rhea Vinod
Kylie Wickstrom
Makenzie Wolf
Deborah Wood
Katherine Yared
Grace Yeboah-Kodie
Norin Zarin

Congratulations to
the Inaugural
Members of the
National Honor
Society!

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CLUBS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES


Colgan High School Clubs and Sponsors
2016-17

Club

Sponsor

Contact Information

Colgan Acapella Sharks & Flats

Makenna Stenson

stensoMM@pwcs.edu

Colgan Book Club

Amy Ivory

ivoryAE@pwcs.edu

CSHS Science Club

Karen Dalfrey

dalfrKE@pwcs.edu

Cyber Patriot Team

Christopher Martin

MartinCL1@pwcs.edu

Dance Team

Natalia Anaya
Julie Colgan

anayana@pwcs.edu
stagedoorjc@aol.com

Debate

Matt McDonald

mcdonaMR@pwcs.edu

Drama

Lanny Warkentien

warkenL@pwcs.edu

FBLA

Nicole Duncan

duncannm@pwcs.edu

FCCLA (Family Career and


Community Leadership of America)

Emily Minium

MiniumEL@pwcs.edu

Forensics

TBD

French Club

Matthew Forrester

forrestMJ@pwcs.edu

French Honor Society

Matthew Forrester

forrestMJ@pwcs.edu

Freshman Class

Kristen Misencik
Gabrielle Munns

Misencks@pwcs.edu
munnSG@pwcs.edu

German Honor Society

Andrew Heron

heronAJ@pwcs.edu

Healthy Communities Healthy Youth Yanet Boyd


Cynthia Brown
International Heritage Club
Shannon Griffin

boydYX@pwcs.edu
brownCX@pwcs.edu
griffiSW@pwcs.edu

Junior Class

Misencks@pwcs.edu

Key Club

Michele Bordelon
Heather McGrath
Debi Siler

Literary Magazine

Garrett Carlson

CarlsoGX@pwcs.edu

Math Honor Society

Trisha Turner

turner@pwcs.edu

National Honor Society

Trevor Aleo
Kristine Beckman
Cheryl Jackson

AleoTC@pwcs.edu
Beckmaks@pwcs.edu
Jacksocy@pwcs.edu

Robotics

Brian Eichas

Eichasba@pwcs.edu

SCA

Levette Hull
Dakota Beach

hullLJ@pwcs.edu
beachDS@pwcs.edu

Sophomore Class

Emily Minium
Cassandra Pettit

MiniumEL@pwcs.edu
Petticx@pwcs.edu

Spanish Club

Rosa Urena

urenarl@pwcs.edu

Spanish Honor Society

Monica Camazon

camazMX@pwcs.edu

Tri-M Music

McKenna Stenson

stensoMM@pwcs.edu

Yearbook

Elizabeth Skaggs

SkaggEJ@pwcs.edu

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silerDX@pwcs.edu

CLUBS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES


Driver Education Student/Parent Meeting
2016-17 Schedule (As of 12.06.16)
All weekday sessions will begin promptly at 7 p.m.

Brentsville

Wednesday, December 14
Thursday, January 12, 2017

Colgan

Tuesday, January 17, 2017


Tuesday, February 7, 2017

(Recently Added)
Forest Park

Tuesday, January 10, 2017


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Freedom

Monday, December 12
Monday, January 9, 2017

Gar-Field

Thursday, January 19, 2017


Thursday, March 16, 2017

Hylton

Thursday, February 23, 2017


Thursday, March 23, 2017

Potomac

Thursday, January 12, 2017


Thursday, February 16, 2017

Stonewall

Wednesday, December 7
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Students/Parents may attend a meeting at any location.

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CLUBS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES


2016-17 HIGH SCHOOL CONCUSSION TRAINING DATES
As of 12.06.16

Location

Dates and Times

Battlefield

Monday, February 13, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

Brentsville

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

Colgan

Monday, February 13, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

Forest Park

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

Freedom

Thursday, February 9, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

Gar-Field

Thursday, February 9, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

Hylton

Thursday, February 16, 2017 @ 6:30 p.m.

Patriot

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 @ 6:30 p.m.

Potomac

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

Stonewall Jackson

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

Woodbridge

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 @ 7 p.m.

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CLUBS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES

Colgan Activity Buses


Begins Thursday, December 8
Activity buses will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Activity buses will depart at 4:45 p.m. Students
should report to Commons B after their activity is
complete or by 4:40 p.m.
Students should have an activity bus pass provided
by their sponsor in order to ride the bus home.
*Athletes/performers that stay after on a regular
basis will be on a list provided by the coach/sponsor.
Please check to make sure your name is on the
roster.*

The listing of bus routes and stop locations will be


posted to our website.

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LIBRARY NEWS

LIBRARY HOURS AND CONTACT INFORMATION


Hours:
7:15 a.m. until 3 p.m. M-Th.
7:15 a.m. until 2:15 p.m. Friday

MEET YOUR LIBRARY STAFF

Phone:
(571) 374-6550
x6190 circulation desk

Library News
Hours

Remember that the library opens at


7:15 every day and will be open after
school until 3 p.m. Monday through
Thursday.

National History Day

The library has been working closely


with the USVA classes on their
National History Day projects. The
topic of Taking a Stand has been
interesting to explore together!

Library Olympics

Library Olympics has begun


but it isnt too late to form a
team and participate! Stop by
the library for more details!

Winter Break Infocache


Follow us on Twitter for
some information about an
upcoming infocache over
winter break!

Librarians
Lisha Viens
ViensLW@pwcs.edu
Amy Ivory
IvoryAE@pwcs.edu
Library Assistant
Lesley Kubicek
KubiceLJ@pwcs.edu

Library Statistics

Book Club

The Colgan Book Club has decided to


all read the same book and will kick off
in December. You can still participate!
Stop by the library for details!

Library Sharks

The library sharks have


been busy! They
traveled to the first
band competition and
also headed to Niagara
Falls over Thanksgiving.

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The library is being well used


so far here at Colgan. Check
out some of these stats:
170 whole classes for
research/checkout
An average of 111
students a week during
lunches
Approximately 95
students weekly on an
individual basis
3,316 items circulated

#CHSLibSharks #ColganReads
Remember that you can check out the
CHS Library Sharks and take them on
adventures. They love to go to sporting
events and other school functions!

@ColganLibrary

BOOSTER CLUB
Colgan High School Band
2016-17 Membership and Information Form

(Please fill out and return to Band Boosters)


Please Print Legibly:
Students Name: __________________________________________
Grade:
Address:
Home Phone: __________________ Student Email (optional):
Band Section/Instrument:
I will participate in the PRIDE OF COLGAN MARCHING BAND (circle one) YES NO
If yes, my instruments is ______________________ and my shirt size is __________(Adult Small to 4X)
I am a BAND INSTRUMENTALIST in the CENTER FOR FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS (CFPA)
Specialty Program
(circle one) YES
NO
If yes, my specialty instrument is:
Address information is same as students
Mothers Name:
Address:
Phone:
Work Phone:
Cell Phone:
Email: (Home):
Email: (Work):

Address information is same as students


Fathers Name:
Address:
Phone:
Work Phone:
Cell Phone:
Email: (Home): ______________________________
Email: (Work):

Booster Questionnaire
It takes a lot to run our Band Booster organization. It requires commitment, dedication, and participation by our
volunteers. It can be many hours of work if only a few do it but it can be only a few hours of work if many do it. Band
parents and band boosters have a huge impact on the success of our band and guard. We invite you to make a
commitment now of your valuable time to help the CHS Band Program.
Please let us know where your talents can be used. We are a diverse group and you may have more to offer than you
think. Please check any of the following areas in which you can offer assistance.

____Chaperoning
____Photography
____Fundraising
____Pit Crew
____Band Camp
Sponsor Donations
____I would also be interesting in helping with

____Sewing
___Game Day Meals
____Tag Day
___Special Events
____Handyman (help with assembling instruments)

The Band has established a WEBSITE (www.colganband.com) to keep you informed of schedules and activities related
to band and marching band. It will also include photos taken of band students at events.
____ Yes, I give permission for my childs photo or likeness to appear on the Band Boosters website
____ No, please do not post pictures that include my child on the Band Boosters website

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BOOSTER CLUB

Please join the Colgan Sharks Athletic Booster Club! Membership has many benefits to include, being a
part of making informed decisions for current activities and purchases, the way forward, as well as,
major purchases for sports equipment etc. for Colagn High School Athletic Program. Your ideas and
active involvement are invaluable to the school, the community and our athletes.

Membership Levels
Bronze $35

Silver - $100

General Membership Bronze +


Voting Rights
1 Stadium
Colgan Decal
Cushion

Gold - $250
Silver +
1 additional
Stadium Cushion
1-10 Punch Colgan Athletic
Event Pass
Name in Fall Sports
Program

Platinum - $500
Gold +
1 additional 10-Punch
Colgan Athletic Event
Pass
Recognized as a
Platinum Member on
colganathletics.org

Member Information:

Name:
Address:
Phone:
Email:

Thank You for Supporting the Colgan Sharks!


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COLGAN ATHLETICS

Colgan Athletic Website: colganathletics.org


Sport

Head Coach

E-mail

Basketball (Boys)

Jason John

johnj@pwcs.edu

Basketball (Girls)

Fred Milbert

milberfa@pwcs.edu

Indoor Track

Dave Davis
Bill Stearns
Melissa Tirone

davisdw53@gmail.com
stearnbl@pwcs.edu
tironem@pwcs.edu

Swim & Dive

Kristen Misencik

misencks@pwcs.edu

Wrestling

Douglas Milburn

milburd@pwcs.edu

Discount Cards are available for sale and cost $20. Start saving by getting Colgans Discount
Card and support our Boosters Club!

Athletic Sports passes are available! Get your pass today! Contact Hilda Layne at
571.374.6300 or email: layneHG@pwcs.edu

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YEARBOOK ORDER FORM


WWW.COLGANYEARBOOK.COM

YEARBOOK ORDER FORM


COLGAN YEARBOOK STAFF MEMBERS ARE CREATING VOLUME 1
////////////////////OF SHARK TALES RIGHT NOW!\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
Dont miss out on the opportunity to own a copy of the premier edition.
Sale Price: $72.50
Price valid November 1 through December 31, 2016.
See Shark Tales come alive using the traditional yearbook via augmented reality and virtual
reality video features. To see samples of this fascinating technology, download the free Aurasma
app and follow colgan17 in the in-app channel. The back of this form explains further.
We welcome the submission of digital images and video. If you have photos that you think tell
the tales of Colgan HS, please email them to colganyearbook@gmail.com. Submit a caption
noting the names of individuals in the photo and the photographer with all submissions. Upload
edited videos to YouTube and send the staff the URL, content title, name of videographer.

Student Name:
Address:
Parent/Guardian:
Grade:
Phone:
Personalize your yearbook for $5 for 1 line, $10 for two lines up to 27 characters per line.

To order your book use the online platform YBPAY.com and school ID 12997117 OR Return this form and
check/money order made payable to: Colgan High School. Drop it off in the main office or mail to:
Colgan High School Att: Yearbook Staff
13833 Dumfries Road, Manassas, VA 20112

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DATA PROCESSING SCHEDULE 2016-17


1ST
INTERIM

1ST
REPORT
CARD

INTERIM

2ND
REPORT
CARD

23

47

21

End of Grading/Interim
Period

Sep 29

Nov 3

MS/HS Grade/Interim Print


File to Information
Technology Office (NLT 4
p.m. )

Oct 4

MS/HS Grade/Interim
Ready for Pick Up
Grade/Interim Go Home
ES Print File to Information
Technology (NLT 4 p.m.)

Days in Period

2ND

3RD
INTERIM

3RD
REPORT
CARD

4TH
INTERIM

4TH
REPORT
CARD

45

23

47

21

42

Dec 13

Jan 27

Mar 3

Apr 6

May 16

June 15 **

Nov 9

Dec 16

Feb 2

Mar 9

Apr 19

May 22

Jun 20

Oct 7

Nov 15

Dec 20

Feb 7

Mar 14

Apr 24

May 25

Oct 11

Nov 16

Dec 21

Feb 8

Mar 15

Apr 25

May 26

** Elementary Report Cards are given to students on the last day of school

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


INTERIM AND REPORT CARD
DISTRIBUTION SCHEDULE
2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER (92 DAYS)


First 9 Weeks (47 DAYS)
August 29September
Second 9 Weeks (45 DAYS)
November 4-December
SECOND SEMESTER (89 DAYS)
Third 9 Weeks (47 DAYS)
Fourth 9 Weeks (42 DAYS)

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Interims

Report Cards

October 11

November 16

December 21

February 8

March 15

April 25

May 26

ES June 15

Mailed by
June 26

School Board
Mr. Ryan Sawyers
Chairman
Mrs. Lillie G. Jessie
Vice Chairman
Occoquan District
Mr. William J. Deutsch

Mr. Gil Trenum

Mr. Shawn L. Brann

Coles District

On Deployment

Acting Member

Brentsville District

Brentsville District

Ms. Diane L. Raulston

Mr. Justin David Wilk

Neabsco District

Potomac District

Mrs. Alyson A. Satterwhite

Ms. Loree Y. Williams

Gainesville District

Woodbridge District

Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Steven L. Walts

Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) does not discriminate in employment or in its educational programs and activities against qualified individuals on the basis of
race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability. PWCS provides equal access to the
Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
The following individual (s) will handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies, including Section 504 and Title IX: Associate Superintendent for Human Resources Prince
William County Public Schools
P.O. Box 389 Manassas, VA 20108

Colgan High School Administrative Team


Dr.Timothy Healey, Principal
Ms. Karima Wesselhoft, Assistant Principal
Mr. David Parrish, Assistant Principal
Mrs. Jerri Piacesi, Administrative Intern
Mrs. Lein Weakland Director of School Counseling
Mr. Dave Huckestein, Director of Student Activities
Mr. Steve Bouton, Director of Security
Mrs. Vicki Burns, Center for Fine and Performing Arts CoordinatorVisual Arts
Ms. Kris Nelson, Center for Fine and Performing Arts CoordinatorPerforming Arts

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