Last Day of Classes for Class of 2019; Adrian MS/HS Acceleration Workouts In HS Gym @ 6:00AM; Senior Class Pizza Party in Lunchroom During Period 7; MS/HS After School Study Program in Library From 3:30-4:30PM; Golf (Boys) – Away – Sections at Worthington @ 9:00AM Ld 7:45/Lv 7:55; Golf (Girls) – Away – Sections at Worthington @ 12:45PM
4th Grade Field Trip to Omaha Zoo Lv 6:45AM/Rt 8:00PM; 7th Grade Field Trip to Sioux Falls Ld 8:20/Lv 8:30 and Return @ 3:00; 8th Grade Field Trip to Valley Fair Ld 6:30/Lv 6:45AM & Return 7:00PM; Marching Band Music Practice During HS Advising; MS/HS After School Study Program in Library From 3:30-4:30PM; T&F – Away – Sub Sections at Pipestone @ 3:30PM Ld 1:45/Lv 2:00PM; Sb (V) – Sub Sections – Away – MCC (Slayton) Ld 2:15/LV 2:25 AHS vs Wabasso @ 4:30PM – Moved From 5/21/19; Bb (V) – Away – RCW @ 4:30PM Ld 1:20/Lv 1:30PM
End Quarter 4/Semester 2/ Trimester 3; Last Day of Classes for 2018-2019 School Year; Early Release – MS/HS @ 12:20/Elementary @ 12:30PM; Graduation – HS Gym @ 7:00PM – Doors Open at 5:30PM; Graduation Practice @ 9:00AM in HS Gym; Elementary Send Off Ceremony @ 10:10AM; Seniors Report to Library By 6:15PM
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