Friday, May 29, 2009

A-PAC To Host All Graduations

1000+ Students Due To Graduate
Invitations Are Ticketed Due To Space Limitations

Friday, June 26 ~~ Odyssey Academy 7 p.m.

Saturday, June 27 ~~ Athena High School 10 a.m. and
Olympia High School 2 p.m.

Sunday, June 28 ~~ Arcadia High School 2 p.m.

SCATS ~~ Have A-PAC's Structural issues been completely resolved yet?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

We're gonna be packed in like little fishies in a can!

Anonymous said...

Another gift compliments of our ex super Steve I. If you get a back ache perhaps you can piggy back on his health care.

Anonymous said...

With our dismal graduation rates it should not be to crowded.

Oh yeah almost forgot failed mission statement means free pass the under-educated and under achievers so it may be a bit tight.

Anonymous said...

Each student only gets two tickets on average. So any out of town guests,step parents or siblings will have to sit in the gym and watch on tv. This district is always thinking of the tax payers,parents and students. What a joke. Student learning comes last along with taxpayer satisfaction.

Anonymous said...

I am not 100 percent sure, but I believe there are between 700-1000 seats in the aud, and since each school is graduating on a different day, there shouldn't be any "fishie-squishing". Plus, yes, since the graduation rate is not 100%, that unfortunately makes more room so fewer people will have to go into the overflow room, if any at all. I may be incorrect, so if anyone knows for sure what is going on, that would be great information to know!

Anonymous said...

SCATS--great question about the structure, I totally forgot about that. It would be nice to know if I am sitting in that aud and it is a windy day if the roof and walls will hold up. If ANYONE knows the answer to that, it would be great to know!!!!

Anonymous said...

I wonder what Steve A. will talk about for the graduation speech....