THIS VOTE IS TO DETERMINE THE SCHOOL CHOICE ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS THAT WILL BE COMPLETED USING THE $100,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDING.
Parents will have one vote per student that attends Cypress Bay.
Dear Parent/Guardian of an AP/AICE student: Please indicate your attendance choice(s) for your student on EACH day(s) of testing.
By filling out this form, you will not need to contact the attendance office.
Please refer to this AP/AICE calendar for our exam schedule.
Senior Signing Party
Attention Seniors! Yearbooks are here! This Friday, May 13th, seniors who pre-ordered their yearbooks may pick them up in the cafeteria after school. Students must bring a photo ID! Come by for refreshments and fun!
All other students who pre-ordered yearbooks may pick them up May 19th and 20th after school in room 360. Those looking to purchase yearbooks must bring $100 cash. There is a limited availability, first come, first serve.
Winners of 1000$: Abigail Morgan, Noah Ravede, Jennifer Lin, Katherine Miranda Gilson, Pratiksha Patra, Courtney Carlton, Justin Wyman.
Class of 2017!
Do you want a senior spot for next year?
Go to the link “Online Payments” for the Cypress Bay e-store
The link will appear once the sale begins on Monday May 16th, 2016 at 12:01AM.
When we paint spots in August you will be required to show your 2016-2017 parking decal in order to choose your senior spot and paint.
If you have any questions you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Spots are LIMITED
Application at STUDENT AFFAIRS
THEN see Rick Caballero in room 446
Yearbooks will be available for $100 (cash only) @ 3PM on 5/19 and 5/20.
Room 360 – Limited quantity available!
If you have submitted the fall paperwork for Broward College dual enrollment, the date to sign up for classes is June 1, 2016.
After you sign up, print your schedule and bring it to your counselor immediately!
The Big Kahuna Scholarship
With a career in education that has spanned more than forty years, Principal Charles Scott Neely has made an indelible mark on thousands of students, faculty, and staff. Since opening Cypress Bay in 2002, Mr. Neely has stood by one maxim: make it about the kids and everything else will fall into place. Though students, faculty, staff, and administrators have come and gone, The Big Kahuna and his motto have remained. Mr. Neely is a true visionary in every sense. He is constantly looking to the future, putting innovative ideas into action that will serve Cypress Bay and our entire school district, cementing his legacy, and ours. His vibrancy and distinctive leadership style serve as a constant reminder to those around him to take big risks and to care for those around you. The rest will come.
The senior class of 2016 would like to acknowledge all that the Mr. Neely has done for our class, our school, and our community throughout his tenure. In an essay not to exceed 500 words, tell us why you think you are the Big Kahuna and what qualities stand out. Be creative!
The essay must be turned in no later than May 10, 2016 by 3:00PM to Portable 34. The winner(s) will be announced at Senior Awards Night.
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