Admiral's Letter - June 2017
I hope everyone’s summer vacation is off to a great start. What a wonderful school year we just
finished. I was so impressed with our graduation ceremony. I would like to thank all the stakeholders
and Lakers who attended graduation, what a great cap stone event for our school year. I am looking
forward to our new class of seniors.
I want to let you know that we will be updating our website over the summer with camps and clinics.
Some dates to remember will be June 5 th . This date starts our summer attendance credit recovery class.
Classes are June 5 th -8 th from 8:00 a.m. to Noon each day. You can meet in Mrs. Finder’s room 106 on the
first day. We have having a volleyball camp coming up June 19 th -June 22 nd , boys and girls are welcome.
We all kinds of other camps and clinics for more information you can visit our website or call the main
Our building will be open in June for our Laker Leap recovery program from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Our
main office will be open during the summer from 7:30-3:00. We will be closed on the 3 rd , 4 th and 24 th of
July. We have some renovations, modifications and construction going on this summer so please
pardon our dust if you come to visit us. Our e-mail lists will roll over July 1 st . We will update our new
lists and I will be sending out more summer information regarding online registration and regular
registration dates and times.
We are kicking off next year’s school year with our SBO’s this June. Our school theme for school year
2017-18 will be “Independently Together”. We have so many clubs, crews, teams and groups that many
times our school seems to work independently of each other. We are asking that each independent
group, club, crew or individual feel as if they are part of something bigger, because they are. We are all
Lakers. And being a Laker means something.
Our cone theme for the year is “Be Someone’s Miracle”. With the number of teen suicides on the rise
and the staggering data on sexual abuse of minors, we are asking all adults in our cone to “Be
Someone’s Miracle”. We want to look out for all current and future Lakers. Our CTC partnership does
great work in the area of prevention and education on all fronts that can potentially hurt our young
people. Please help our cone and look out for all young children and young adults in our cone.
I know we just finished a great school year but I am looking forward to our year coming up. We have
some great students, planned activities and moving to a new region presents us new opportunities to
build relationships with more schools in our state. I hope you all have a wonderful summer. If you’re
traveling, please travel safely. Have a great summer break, see you all in August!
Admiral Bonneville High School