Notes from the Principal
News from Principal's Office at Dobson High School
May 4, 2018
Hello Mesa Public Schools parents,
Due to the statewide #RedforEd walkout, Mesa Public Schools will be altering school hours on Wednesdays to maximize learning and ensure a successful finish to the school year.
Beginning Wednesday, May 9, elementary early release, and junior high and high school late start will be canceled through the end of the year. On Wednesdays, school will begin and end the same time as the rest of the week. High school students will follow their normal exam schedule May 23-24.
The last day of school for students remains May 24. Please visit mpsaz.org/info for more information and frequently asked questions.
4 de mayo de 2018
Padres de las Escuelas Públicas de Mesa,
Debido a la huelga estatal #RedforEd, las Escuelas Públicas de Mesa estarán alterando el horario escolar de los miércoles para maximizar el aprendizaje y asegurar un final exitoso al año escolar.
A partir del miércoles 9 de mayo, las salidas tempranas de las primarias y las entradas tarde de las secundarias y preparatorias se cancelarán hasta el final de año. Los miércoles, las clases comenzarán y terminarán a la misma hora que el resto de la semana. Las preparatorias seguirán el horario programado para los exámenes finales el 23 y 24 de mayo.
El último día de clases para estudiantes permanece el 24 de mayo. Visite mpsaz.org/info para mayor información y preguntas frecuentes.
We are very excited for our first Circle K, “Fuel Up“ Night of the 2017/2018 school year. It will be this at the Circle K on Dobson and Guadalupe. Participants will have a chance to win a $25 Circle K Gift Card. See you at Circle K !
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