School of Government and Public Administration  Logo
Administration Business/Technology Climate and Culture Guidance JROTC Language Arts Math Media Center/Library Nurse Physical Education Science Social Studies Special Services Support Staff World Languages
Parent Information
ASPIRA Debate Mock Trial National History Day National Honor Society Poetry Club Student Government
Class of 2017 Class of 2018 Class of 2019 Class of 2020 Class of 2021 Student of the Month Summer Reading
2016-2017 Awards and honors 2015-16 GoPA Earns National Recognition News 2015-16
GOPA Athletics
Class of 2017.jpg

Advisors

Mr. Ollo - Administator
Ms. Garrity
Ms. Chica

Ms. Ashe
Mr. Roman

Mrs. Palko - Treasurer

Mr. Duran
Ms. Freeman

Ms. Kardashinetz

Ms. Crater

Mr. Orlando Pagan
Ms. Yasmin Pagan

Ms. Patty Granados - Prom Committee 2017
Ms. Verraina Freeman - Prom Committee 2017

Ms. Kelinda  Young

Mr. Herlan Avella

Mr. Joe Livecchi

Ms. Denise Brown

Ms. Greg Westley - SCAHTS

 

Class of 2017

Senior (Class of 2017) Dues
Items, costs and dates.

  • Graduation caps, sashes, tassels and gowns $35.   Must be paid by Feb 13th
  • Diploma and Cover $15.  Must be paid by April 1st.
  • Yearbooks paid by Feb 13 - $65; by April 1 - $70.
     
  • Senior shirt # 1.  Can be worn on Fridays, dress down days or other Senior Only events (Sept – May).- $11.    This one is optional. 
     
  • Senior shirt # 2.  Given out on June 10, 2017.   $15.
  • TOTAL SENIOR DUES:     $130.   All dues must be paid to Mrs. Palko in the Library.  Make sure you get a receipt.   Cash only, please.
  • Discount:  $10 early payment refund if paid by Feb.15th.
     
  • Note:  The Prom and Class Trips are separate costs and are not part of class dues. 

FALL FASHION FESTIVAL

Thank you to those who supported our Fall Fashion Festival on November 3. The Beefsteak/Tricky Tray/Fashion Show was a great event. Our senior models did a great job!

Summer Reading List

Incoming 12th grade students:

 

Black Boy by Richard Wright (autobiography) Lexile: 950

 

Black Boy is Richard Wright’s powerful account of his journey from innocence to experience in the Jim Crow South.  It is at once and unashamed confession and a profound indictment – a poignant and disturbing record of social injustice and human suffering.

 

The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells (science fiction) Lexile: 980

 

An atmosphere of ever-increasing suspense begins with the arrival of a mysterious stranger at an English village inn and builds relentlessly to the stark terror of a victim pursued by a maniacal invisible man.

    

The Maze Runner by James Dashner (science fiction) Lexile: 770

 

Sixteen-year-old Thomas wakes up with no memory in the middle of a maze and realizes he must work with the community in which he finds himself if he is to escape.

 

Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier (mystery) Lexile: 880

 

Set in Monte Carlo, the heroine is swept off her feet by the dashing widower Maxim de Winter and his sudden proposal of marriage. Orphaned and working as a lady's maid, she can barely believe her luck. It is only when they arrive at his massive country estate that she realizes how large a shadow his late wife will cast over their lives--presenting her with a lingering evil that threatens to destroy their marriage from beyond the grave.

 

A Separate Peace by John Knowles (fiction) Lexile: 1110

 

Two adolescents come to understand each other and themselves after a tragic accident.

 

The Awakening by Kate Chopin (fiction) Lexile: 960

 

This book tells of a woman’s abandonment of her family, her seduction, and her awakening to desires and passions that threaten to consume her.

 

The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls (non-fiction/memoir) Lexile: 1010

 

Constantly short on cash and food, the Walls family moves around the country frequently and tries to re-settle. Though the family is dysfunctional, the memoir communicates itself without condemning either of the Walls parents. Humor frequently imbues the work with a light-spirited tone.

 

*Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (science fiction) Lexile: 950

 

The story opens in London, nearly six hundred years in the future. Human life has been almost entirely industrialized — controlled by a few people at the top of a World State.

 

*Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stephenson (adventure) Lexile: 1100

 

Jim Hawkins is a young boy who lives at his parents’ inn, the Admiral Benbow, near Bristol, England, in the eighteenth century. An old sea captain named Billy Bones dies in the inn after being presented with a black spot, or official pirate verdict of guilt or judgment. Jim is stirred to action by the spot

and its mysterious, accurate warning of Billy’s death. Hastily, Jim and his mother unlock Billy’s sea

chest, finding a logbook and map inside which is wanted to by other pirates in search of the treasure.

 

*Text is available online at www.archive.org

 

Class Website

 

Seniors:     Here is the website for you regarding Senior Class of 2017 Activities and Information.  Copy this link onto your smartphone homepage and get quick access through your phone’s link.

www.teacherweb.com/nj/eastsidehighschool/ollo

click on the Class of 2017 Link (it has a Ring as an icon)

Estudiantes del Grado 12: Aquí está la página web para ustedes con respecto a las actividades e informaciones de la Clase Mayor de 2017. Copia este enlace en tu página de inicio del Smartphone (teléfono inteligente) y obtén un acceso rápido a través del enlace de tu teléfono.

www.teacherweb.com/nj/eastsidehighschool/ollo
 

Haz un clic en el enlace de la Clase de 2017 (tiene un anillo como un ícono)

Graduation