Spring Happenings

April - June

As we move into the final months of our school year, our calendars and to-do lists become especially full. To help keep you organized, we're aggregating some of the most important calendar and action items right here!

Special Events

Graduation and Senior Party

Graduation

Wayzata High School Graduation will be held on June 1 at Mariucci Arena on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus.

Commencement will be live-streamed by CCX Media.

Senior Party

Volunteer opportunities, fundraising, tickets and more are available on the Wayzata Senior Party website.

Ticket price: $75.00

Please note: only 2018 Wayzata High School graduates are allowed to attend the Senior Class Party.

Senior Party 2018 Help Needed - Daily Lunchroom Helpers

Parent volunteers from all grades needed to help clear trays and wipe down tables daily - a fun way to interact with students at lunch! Learn more and sign up.

Important Deadlines and Action Items

Parent-Teacher Conferences: Thursday, May 3

Last Day for Seniors May 31. Congratulations, Graduates!

Commencement: June 1 at 6:30 p.m.

Last Day of School: June 7

Attention: Senior Parents

To make the end of the year easier for you and your student, senior over dues and fines should be taken care of as soon as possible. Check your email for notices from the media center - they are sent out on Sunday mornings. Book fines and returns can be taken care of in person in the media center. Technology fines can be paid through EPay. Students have received both email and print notices, too.

Senior Party 2018 Help Needed - Daily Lunchroom Helpers

Parent volunteers from all grades needed to help clear trays and wipe down tables daily - a fun way to interact with students at lunch! Learn more and sign up.

End-of-Year Medication Pick-Up

All medications, prescription as well as over-the-counter, will be placed in the student backpack on the last day of school unless the parent makes other arrangements to pick up medications. Any controlled substances such as Adderall, methylphenidate or Diazepam must be picked up by a parent by the end of the last day of school or medications will be destroyed. If you have any questions, call the health paraprofessional at your student's school.

For parents of students attending Home Base this summer, you will need to bring your student's medications (along with medical orders and forms) to Home Base at the start of their summer session. These items will not be transferred from the health office to Home Base at the end of the school year.

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