Senior Class of 2020 Important Info and Dates
I will be out of the office until late July if you need assisstance or have questions contact the front office.
Saturday. July 18th at 7:00 PM, again, with the venue being McLarty Stadium. Students who have successfully completed all graduation requirements will have an official graduation date for their transcript on May 29th. At that time, they will be considered graduates of Rockledge High School. Final transcripts will be available beginning on June 24th. Students who have not completed their graduation requirements by May 28th will be given summer options for course completion.
Suspension of Bright Futures Scholarship Requirements
On June 10, Commissioner Corcoran signed an executive order to temporarily suspend Bright Futures Scholarship requirements that students are unable to fulfill due to COVID-19-related restrictions. The executive order extends the deadline for scholarship applicants to submit their ACT or SAT scores by one month, to July 31. Although there are no SAT testing dates scheduled during this extended grace period, students will have two opportunities to take the ACT before the new deadline.
Additionally, the order offers leniency to students who fell short of their volunteering requirements because of COVID-19-related shutdowns. In lieu of volunteer logs, students may submit a letter from their guidance counselor or school administrator stating the student’s intention to complete the required hours. For students graduating high school in 2020, this letter will be accepted to fulfill their volunteering requirement. This policy pertains to students applying for all Bright Futures Scholarship award levels, including Florida Gold Seal CAPE Scholars and the Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars.
End of Year Procedures for Students:
Three options: Tuesday May 26th, 9-3 – Thursday May 28th, 9-3 – Saturday May 30th, 8 – Noon
Turn in all school issued material/items: Textbooks, Library Books, Music Instruments and Uniforms, ROTC, Sports uniforms and equipment, Technology, and Financial Obligations, Registration Documents
Pick up grad cords and other items
Locker clean out: PE and School Locker
The 2020 Odyssey Yearbook can be picked up on 5/26 and 5/28 9 am - 3pm on the Rockledge Campus.
Yearbooks are still available for purchase until 5/27 at commpe.pictavo.com school code: 86622
Price is $70 [tax included]
This is the only way books can be purchased.
If you have any questions please contact Ms g Smith at email@example.com
Due to current guidelines on large group gatherings our May graduation ceremony has been officially cancelled. Rockledge High School, in conjunction with Brevard Public Schools is currently targeting the June back-up dates for in-person graduation ceremony. Our June back-up date is, Saturday, June 20th at 7:00 PM, with the venue being McLarty Stadium. Final decisions will be made based on prevailing guidelines for group gatherings from local and state authorities. Due to social distancing requirements, a slight reduction in ticket quantities should be expected compared to typical ceremonies held at the stadium. More information to follow regarding ticket quantities. In the event that we cannot convene on the June date, our July back-up date is Saturday. July 18th at 7:00 PM, again, with the venue being McLarty Stadium. Students who have successfully completed all graduation requirements will have an official graduation date for their transcript on May 29th. At that time, they will be considered graduates of Rockledge High School. Final transcripts will be available beginning on June 24th. Students who have not completed their graduation requirements by May 28th will be given summer options for course completion.
Fill out this survey to have a final transcript sent to your college after graduation.
Prom has officially been canceled. The district has decided that you all needed a decision one way or the other and at this time there are just too many unknowns.
In the event COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, BPS will proceed with on-time graduation ceremonies in late May. While district officials are not optimistic about this scenario, they are still prepared to hold graduations on their original dates, while adapting ceremonies to conform to social distancing and other CDC guidelines, including limiting ticket availability.
Should restrictions continue through May, BPS will hold graduation ceremonies during the week of June 22, 2020. High schools will work with their school communities to identify a date and time of day (morning or evening) during that week. Graduations will still likely adhere to social distancing and a limited number of guests.
If restrictions continue through June, BPS will hold graduation ceremonies during the week of July 20, 2020. High schools will work with their school communities to identify a date and time of day (morning or evening) during that week. Graduations will still likely adhere to social distancing and a limited number of guests.
Seniors you must meet the credit and GPA requirment to graduate.
Letter of Intent to Graduate: If you need a letter or intent to graduate email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer hour logs: Email to Mrs. Jen at Johnson.JenniferN@Brevardschools.org
Please respond to the senior survey at:
Things to know right now 3/27/2020:
Grad bash has been canceled. A refund check will be mailed home for grad bash in a few weeks.
There will be no EOC or AICE testing this year. They are still determining how final grades and AICE certifications will work for those classes. If you have not met a testing graduation requirement it has been waived but you must have a 2.0 or higher GPA and the credits to graduate.
Classwork will resume from home starting Monday March 30th make sure you are working to pass all your classes.
Lastly, please email me at email@example.com if you need to reach me.
I hope to see you all again soon.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020 Valedictorian Daffne Diaz and Salutatorian Corey Pecot.
Need information about cap and gowns? Please contact Jostens at (321)242-2055.
Honor Graduates Class of 2020
PETER ABFALTER MYSTERI HEWITSON ANNA NGUYEN JULIE ADAMS JOY HICKMAN MICHAEL KHAN NGUYEN AUSTIN ANDERSON JENNIFER HILL WYATT NORRIS BRIAN ARRIAGADA VALENTINA HILL OLIVIA ORGAN MIKAYLA ATKINS CLAUDIA HIPPLE SEAN OWENS GRIFFIN AYERS MALACHI HOBBS ASHTON PAKULAK JAYLENE BARBER CONNOR HORN HIRANGI PATEL VIENNA BARBER GARRETT HUGGINS TYRESE PATRICK OLIVIA BEEBE LEENA HUNGERBUHLER COREY PECOT AMANDA BERNSTEIN GOMEZ LIVIA HYDE COLYN PELL NICHOLAS BERRY ANDREW INOCENCIO JULIANNE PENROD HENRI BERTHINET-ACEVED DIAMOND JOHNSON NICHOLAS PETERSON JACOB BERTRAM CHEYENNE JONES CAITLIN PRITCHARD ABBIGAIL BIGGS ALYSSA KALMAN ZACHARY RASSMAN MADISON BLONDIN MORGAN KEHOE BEAU REDMOND MARLEE BRAZELTON KIERSTEN KEMP BRONWYN REES MADISON BREMER RACHEL KERR NOAH REICHLEY JOY BRYCE SEAN KING NOAH RENEAU PHILLIP BUI NATHAN KOCH MAXWELL RICHARDS KARISSA BURCKHART JACKLYN KOEHLER JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ MICHALA BUTTERFIELD MONIQUE KOEHLER BRIAN ROTHE LILLY CARROLL DEVON KRAJEWSKI ANELIS SAEZ-VEGA SERENITY CLEWIS-STEVENSON HEATHER KRUEGER LAURA SALORIO MADISYN CUNNIFF JADA LANGLEY VANESSA SENNETT ELAINE DAFFRON JOHN LANZA RONALD SHAW ISABEL DARVAS DRAKE LEBLANC JHANAE SHIPMAN LOGAN DAVIS JAMEY LEE JAH'NEYVIA SHORTER WILLIAM DELOACH EMMA LIVELY GAVIN SMITH JENNA DEMMING JAYLA LOPEZ MIRANDA SMOUSE DAFFNE DIAZ JACOB LUGO RICKI SPEIGNER INECIO DONALD MAKAYLA MACFARLANE SOPHIE SZYMULA EMILIA EDWARDS MELANIE MAHAFFEY MICHAEL TOWNSEND EHIGIE EKATA JOSE MALAVE MARTIN TONY TRUONG ARIANA ELSE GINETTA MANGIERI CAITLYN TUTTLE WILLIAM ERB DIANA MARQUEZ MORGAN TYSZKIEWICZ GABRIELLE FERNANDEZ TERENCE MARTIN ALEJANDRO UGAS SAVION FULTON ISABELLA MARTZ-CHRONIGER MATTHEW VALDES CAMERON FURNARI MORGAN MATHUSA MARIA VELEZ BRENDAN GEISLER-TARIRA LIAM MCCULLOUGH ALANA VILLANUEVA NICHOLAS GOLDMAN SADE MCFARLANE ALEX VOLL ALESSA GOMEZ SUZANNAH MCWILLIAMS JUSTICE WADE MAKAYLA GOODMAN NATALIA MERHEB SEQUOIA WADE JULIANNA GORGONE AUSTIN MERITT MADELINE WARREN ALYSSA GREER THERESA MILLER AIDAN WEBB BRANDON GRIDER ALLYSON MINOT CADE WHITAKER KAITLIN GRIMM SHELBY MONDT MACKENZIE WISEMAN SIERRA GRISHAM KENDALL MOORE AMBER WORKMAN TYLER HELRING MARA MORGAN BAILEY WORKMAN TYLER HENRIQUEZ KOLTON MORRILL SKYLER WRIGHT KENNETH HERNANDEZ APRIL NEAL
College and Career Planning Checklist
After your FAFSA application has been reviewed, you'll be able to view your Student Aid Report (SAR) online. This will include your Expected Family Contribution (EFC). The EFC is a number used by schools to calculate how much you'll be expected to pay for college, as well as the amount of federal student aid you may be eligible for.
Complete scholarship applications. See guidance scholarship webpage, binder in guidance.
Watch your mailbox or email because many colleges announce acceptance decisions between February and April. Once you make your decision, be sure to return your acceptance letter by the deadline (usually the beginning of May) to save your spot.
Submit your tuition deposit to the college you've chosen. Be sure to get it there on time (typically early in May). A late payment could jeopardize your admission.
Starting May 1 - Request your final transcripts from the school guidance office. If you are NCAA Eligible, make sure you also request your final transcript be sent to the NCAA, as well as your college.
Pass all Classes senior year, colleges will revoke acceptance for poor senior grades.
Mrs. Reynolds Class of 2020 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Gerry Email: Gerry.Jennifer@brevardschools.org
Need information about cap and gowns? Please contact Jostens at (321)242-2055.