Prom is just around the corner! This year Milton will be hosting a Great Gatsby themed prom at Southern Exchange. The event will be held on May 4, 2019 from 7:00 to 11:00PM. Tickets will be sold online through TicketRoar (link below). Please note that your access code to buy a ticket will be your student's ID number. Tickets will be on sale from March 18, through April 19.
Pricing is as follows:
Week 1 (3/18 – 3/23) $50
Week 2 (3/24 – 3/30) $60
Week 3 (3/31 – 4/6) $60
Week 4 (4/7 – 4/13) $70
Week 5 (4/14 – 4/19) $80
**week 2 and 3 are supposed to be the same price
Other important information:
- only Juniors and Seniors may purchase prom tickets and a two ticket maximum has been set
- Please direct all questions to Elizabeth Alfano (AlfanoE@fultonschools.org)
- Your access code is your STUDENT ID number!
- ONLY juniors and seniors may purchase tickets - 2 ticket maximum (per purchaser)
- If you are bringing a guest that is not a Milton student, their Student ID number will be five, 0s. You also must fill out the electronic guest form, as well as a hard copy guest form. Guest forms can be found (and submitted) in room 4308 or office 1360. All guest forms must be submitted no later than Thursday, April 18!
- Parking will only be available in the designated parking garage - Please see Mrs. Alfano (4308) for details
- Students will absorb the cost of parking
- Coat check will be available - no purses will be accepted
- Light dessert will be provided as long as supplies last
- T-Shirts are given at the end of the event as a favor - as long as supplies last
- No re-entry for any reason will be permitted.
By purchasing this ticket, you are acknowledging that you are aware of the Fulton County Schools, as well as Milton High School's, behavior policy and Student Code of Conduct. You also understand that there will be consequences for failure to adhere to these policies during your attendance at this event. The administration reserves the right to use reasonable means to discern if students and/or guests are under the influence of prohibited or controlled substances. In addition, please note that students who have been suspended from MHS through a tribunal are not allowed to attend prom.
In an effort to prepare for the spring testing season, we are asking that students update their school issued Surface tablets with needed software/security applications. Below are some simple instructions on how to accomplish this:
- Please restart the tablet while on a Wi-Fi network (Click the Windows icon, Click the "Power/Battery" icon, and tap "Restart")
- After restarting and logging back in with the students' Fulton County credentials, please click to start any needed updates.
(Click the Windows icon, click the "Settings" option, click "Updates and Security" and click "Check for Updates" and/or "Start Downloads" of any needed/available updates)
DRC Insight is the testing app that is used to administer the End Of Course Assessments in a secure online environment. We will be administering EOC tests to students this spring via the Microsoft Surface, so it is vital that students have this app installed using the directions above.
If you need any assistance with this process, please see Mr. James (in 1240) or the Tech Eagle helpers at the Media Hub help desk.
STUDENTS - PLEASE CHECK YOUR FULTON SCHOOLS EMAIL ACCOUNT FOR REMINDERS.
(Students must access their FCS email account through Microsoft Outlook on their issued tablet.)
- Must have a 90 or above (not including honors points)
- No ISS or OSS for 2nd semester
- Can't exempt an EOC Test
Attendance will be taken, and disciplinary actions will continue through the end of the school year. If students acquire unexcused absences, they may be referred to administration who will administer consequences. Consequences may include ISS, which will result in the loss of a student's exemption privilege. Any student absences need to be supported with documentation (either complete the Parent Permission Google Form below, or students need to bring in a parent/doctor note.)
AP TESTS & FINAL EXAMS
AP testing starts May 6, and we understand students MAY NOT be in class because they will be taking an AP exam. AP exam attendance will be taken daily and entered by the attendance clerk.
If there is a conflict between an AP exam and a final exam, STUDENTS MUST REPORT TO THEIR SCHEDULED AP EXAM, and reschedule their final exam with their teacher.
Make-up exams for seniors will be available 5/14, 5/15, 5/16, 5/17. We will have people available in the Media Hub for students to take make-up final exams. Seniors will be notified, by their teacher, on Friday, May 3 if they are able to exempt their final. Senior exams will be taken during their normal class period - 55 minutes.
SENIOR EXAM SCHEDULE:
THURSDAY, MAY 9
6th & 7th
FRIDAY, MAY 10
3rd, 4th & 5th
MONDAY, MAY 13
1st & 2nd
9th - 11th GRADE EXAM SCHEDULE:
MONDAY, MAY 20 (FULL SCHOOL DAY):
8:20 - 10:20
7th PERIOD EXAM
10:25 - 11:10
11:15 - 12:00
12:05 - 12:50
12:55 - 1:40
1:45 - 2:30
2:35 - 3:30
MAY 21-23 (EARLY RELEASE DAYS):
(in listed order)
|Tuesday, May 21||PERIODS 1 & 3|
|Wednesday, May 22||PERIODS 2 & 4|
|Thursday, May 23||PERIODS 5 & 6|
8:20 - 10:15
10:15 - 10:25
10:25 - 12:20
AP EXAM INFORMATION
AP TEST PACKS
If you are an AP student who will be taking any 2019 AP Exam in May, please pick up your AP Test Packet in the cafeteria during your lunch period this week. You must have this packet with you EACH DAY you take an AP Exam. If you have any questions, please see Ms. White in 1360.
AP EXAM PROCTORS NEEDED
AP Exam Proctors Needed! We need your help! Please sign up to be a proctor for AP Exams. Please note that you MAY NOT proctor an exam that your child is taking. Duties will include:
* getting students settled
passing out exams
*monitoring/supervising while test is being taken
*and collecting materials
Most exams are 2.5 to 3 hours long. Please report to the testing office located by the main gym at 7:30AM for the morning exams, and 11:30AM for the afternoon exams. Testing starts at 8:00AM or 12:00PM. Click the below link to volunteer your valuable time: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0845ACAD2FABF49-2019
AP TESTING EXPECTATIONS
AP testing starts May 6, and we understand students MAY NOT be in class because they will be taking an AP exam. AP exam attendance will be taken daily and entered by the attendance clerk. If there is a conflict between an AP exam and a final exam,
STUDENTS MUST REPORT TO THEIR SCHEDULED AP EXAM
, and reschedule their final exam with their teacher.
AP TESTING & SENIOR EXAM SCHEDULE
Chinese Language, Environmental Science
Seminar, Spanish Language, Physics 1
European History, French Language
Chemistry, German Language, Psychology
Senior Exams 6th & 7th
U.S. History, Computer Science, Physics 2
Senior Exams 3rd, 4th, 5th
Biology, Physics C
Senior Exams 1st, 2nd
Calculus AB, Calculus BC
Compar Govt/Politics, World History, Statistics
Microeconomics, Music Theory, Computer
Science A, Latin
Graduation Ceremony Information
IMPORTANT SENIOR CALENDAR UPDATES
Senior Carnival: Tuesday, April 30 11:30AM - 2:30PM MHS Stadium
Please RSVP by clicking on the RSVP link by April 24 Senior BBQ/Slide Show/Red Envelopes: Friday, May 17 7:00PM MHS Front Lawn - CLICK FOR FLYER
Mandatory Graduation Practice: May 18th 12:00 - 2:00PM Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Graduation Ceremony: May 21 8:00PM Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
HONOR GRADUATE INFORMATION
The Honor Graduate list (cumulative average 88.0+ as of December 2018) will be posted the week after Spring Break. Honor cords will be for sale ($10) on Monday, April 29th during lunches.
CLICK BELOW FOR DOCUMENTS RELATED TO SENIOR EVENTS & GRADUATION
To donate supplies for the Senior Carnival, CLICK HERE
Congratulations to the 35 Milton Latin Students who took the 2019 National Latin Exam! The National Latin Exam (NLE) is a test given annually to Latin students across the United States and around the world. The NLE is not meant to be a competition but rather an opportunity for students to receive reinforcement and recognition for their accomplishments in the classroom. Depending upon their score, students may earn certificates, medals, and may even qualify for scholarships. Every Milton student who took the exam was an award winner, with one student, Luke Ortwein, scoring a Perfect Paper. Last year, out of the 143,952 students who took the exam there were only 527 Perfect Papers. Here are the results!
Perfect Paper: Luke Ortwein
Gold Awards: Luke Ortwein, Max Perry, Vishaal Ram, Corinne Kenyon, Abdur Arif, Jacob Garner, Ryan Ortwein, Joseph Ruth, Lily Hoot, Insiya Motiwala, Brandon Barnes, Kerry Matthews, Sruthi Chatrathi, Rithwik Koppaka
Silver Awards: Stephanie Michael, Micah Mangum, Cade Mangrum, Isabel Schaum, Mackenzie Klepper, Will Buchanan, Brianna Scaman, Nicole Nelson, Joey Lund, Adriana Nunez, Avery Stephens, Emma Stratman, Cecilia Lukens, Connor Collman, Grace Meehan
Magna Cum Laude: Rae Robertson, Cody Pearl, Sean Gallagher, Sydney Lynch, Zander Barnett, Clare Bercher
Cum Laude: Niraj Jinan
Congratulations to these promising young Classicists!
GOVERNOR'S HONORS PROGRAM
Congratulations to the following eight students who were selected as finalists for the Governor's Honors Program. The Georgia Governor's Honors Program (GHP) is a highly selective residential summer program for gifted and talented high school students who will be rising juniors and seniors during the program. The program offers instruction that is significantly different from the typical high school classroom and that is designed to provide students with academic, cultural, and social enrichment necessary to become the next generation of global critical thinkers, innovators, and leaders.
Abigail Burnett: Visual Arts
Sophie Chan: Instrumental Music
Andre Hamelberg: Math
Vihan Karnala: Engineering
Divya Nori: Science
Jo Pennington: Social Studies
Luc Racheneur: French
Alexandra Salyer: Communicative Arts
Congratulations to the Milton Equestrian Red team for qualifying for the IEA National Finals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on April 26-28! The team placed third in the zone finals in Pensacola, Florida which qualified the team to go to the National Finals! Skye James, Kaitlyn Parkes, Cat Gorman, Rachel Brian, Livie Guyton, and Finn Wright-Ford will be riding for the team coached by Lauren Kamber out of Fortitude Farm. Go Eagles!
4/15 MON: Baseball v South Forsyth @ 5:55PM
4/16 TUE: Soccer v Roswell G 5:55/B 8:00PM
4/16 TUE: Girls Tennis v Shiloh (1st Round of State Tournament) @ 4:00PM
4/17 WED: Boys Tennis v Rockdale (1st Round of State Tournament) @ 4:00PM
4/17 WED: Girls Lacrosse v Norwell (MA) @ 6:00PM
4/18 THU: Track & Field Dual/Quad Meet (Senior Night) @ 4:30PM
4/19 FRI: Girls Lacrosse v Cambridge @ 6:30PM
4/15 MON: Boys Golf at Michael Diem Invitational at Crystal Falls GC
4/16 TUE: Boys Lacrosse v Alpharetta @ 6:00PM
4/17 WED: Gymnastics Meet at Pace @ 5:00PM
4/17 WED: Baseball v Lambert @ 5:55PM
4/17 WED: Girls Golf v North Forsyth at Hampton Farms GC
4/18 THU: JV Boys Golf v Lambert at Atlanta National CC
4/18 THU: Boys Lacrosse v South Forsyth JV 5:55/V 7:55PM
4/19 FRI: Baseball v Forsyth Central @ 5:55PM
13025 Birmingham Hwy Milton, Georgia 30004 Main Office:
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04/16: SGC Meeting 7:10AM
04/19: PTO Meeting 9:30AM
05/20-23: FINAL EXAM WINDOW
05/23: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
*=NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
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