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Vol XXXV, no. 2

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Please welcome the 2010-2011 elected officers of Student Council:

President: Andrew McClain

Vice- President: Colin Lyon

Treasurer: Alison Wrabel

Secretary: Sandy Zhang

Student Council started the year with a hit. The 2010 Homecoming Dance was extremely successful! Approximately 1500 students attended this Night in Vegas. The theme was surrounded with hundreds of lights, trees, and even a red carpet. They followed up last year’s lead and gave the first 900 students free Vegas t-shirts.

In addition to the success in Homecoming, the students raised $500.00 in scholarship money. Students that were at least 17 years of age could donate blood during our blood drive, along with students who were 16 years old and had parental permission. This new law added to the great success of the blood drive. At the blood drive, the students donated 119 pints of blood! Look for the date of the upcoming blood drive in February.

Upcoming Events

- American Red Cross Bloodmobile February 22, 2011



“Mustang Privilege” grants the qualified senior or junior the privilege of beginning their day at 8:08 am or concluding their day at 1:32 pm providing that the following conditions have been met:

Each applicant must have PASSED all five portions of the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) to be eligible for Mustang Privilege. Eligibility begins with the semester following the passage of all five tests.

In addition to the above, juniors and seniors must meet the following criteria during the preceding semester:

  • Earned a minimum of 2.0 GPA

  • No suspensions or Corrective Learning

  • No “incomplete” grades

Please remember the scheduling of classes will always take precedence over Mustang Privilege. The approval and scheduling of “Mustang Privilege” is not correlated with student parking and DOES NOT mean a parking permit will be issued to the student. Students granted “Mustang Privilege” must be in the building on time for homeroom/second period (AM Privilege) or leave the high school at 1:37 pm (PM Privilege). If a student wishes to use the Media Center during AM or PM Mustang Privilege, the student needs to follow the Media Center sign up procedure and arrive at the Media Center on time and stay the entire period.


Due to the space limitation of parking facilities, only seniors may apply for a parking permit. Information about student parking permit sales will be distributed to next year’s seniors during the week of April 1, 2011.

Student parking at Strongsville High School is a privilege! In an effort to recognize and reward trustworthy behavior, all applications submitted by current juniors wishing to be considered, will be screened by Mr. Addis, unit administrator for the 2012 graduating class. Students may qualify for a parking permit if they meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a Senior

  • Meet the Attendance Standards outlined in the Student Planner

  • Have a 2.00 GPA during the preceding semester (Junior Year)

  • Have no out of school suspension and/or corrective learning assignment during the preceding semester (Junior Year)

  • No Incomplete grades

  • Students involved in Post Secondary Option (enrollment verification required)

  • Students Involved in Work Study Programs (enrollment verification required)

  • All Fees and Fines must be paid in full

The following procedures will be followed for the issuance of SHS parking permits.


Current juniors wishing to be considered for a 2011-2012 parking permit must pick up an application form from Mrs. Molnar in the Assistant Principal’s Office during the week of April 18, 2011. All financial obligations must be cleared before a parking permit will be issued for the next school year. The Clerk’s signature on the application will be required as part of the application process.


Exceptions to the Senior Privilege: In some cases students may be enrolled in an educational program offered in 2011-12 that necessitates issuance of a parking permit. Therefore, the following groups (current sophomore or juniors) must turn in the completed application to Mrs. Molnar by the end of the school day on Monday, May 9, 2011.

  • Students enrolled in Marketing Education, Cooperative Business Education (verification required).

  • Students involved in Post-Secondary Options (verification required)

  • Students involved in work-study programs through Polaris Career Center (verification required)

  • Seniors

Students approved for parking privileges will be notified during the week of May 16, 20110 and may purchase their permits beginning Monday, May 23, 2011 through Wednesday, June 8, 2011 from 2:30 – 3:30 in the Assistant Principal’s Office.

When students report to purchase their permits, they must present photocopies of permanent Ohio driver’s license, proof of liability insurance, student identification card, and a check or money order in the amount of $78.00 made out to Strongsville High School. They should also have the make, model and license plate number of the car(s) they will be driving.


During a special Senior Homeroom, held on January 5th, all graduating seniors were given our “Senior Information Booklet.” It is also available on the website. The Information Booklet contains important information and dates for the end of the year activities. Seniors also had the opportunity to review the spelling of their first, middle and last name for their diplomas.

Josten’s was in the building January 12th and 13th to take orders for caps, gowns, and stationery products. Orders may also be mailed to Jostens in Medina at the address in the packet.

No student will be permitted to participate in the Commencement ceremony unless all graduation requirements have been met and the student has ordered and paid for his/her cap and gown. Additionally all students must have passed all parts of the Ohio Graduation Test. In

addition to obvious grade and credit requirements, this also

includes all financial and/or disciplinary obligations as well.

* Graduating Seniors are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from the Wolstein Center on the day of Commencement.


The last official day for seniors is June 2nd. Seniors may elect to take second semester exams, however they may be exempt from finals if the following conditions are met for second semester:

  1. They have NO corrective learning assignments, suspensions or expulsions during second semester.

  2. They have earned a minimum of a “C” grade (69.5%) for both the third and fourth quarter for that course.

  3. All fees and fines must be paid in full by May 6, 2011.

  4. A student’s attendance must reflect only 6 days of absence (excused/unexcused) through May 27, 2011

If you have any concerns, please contact Mr. Miller at 572-7124



Monday April 4th - Friday, April 29th Order Flowers – Approved Vendors

Wednesday, May 4th Senior Awards Assembly

Friday, May 6th All Fees/Fines to be Paid

Friday, May 6th Prom – CSU Wolstein Ctr.

Saturday, May 7th After Prom – Rec Ctr.

Wednesday, May 26th Senior Salute

May 27th, 31st, June 1st & 2nd Senior Exams and Make-up

Thursday, June 2nd Athletic Awards – 7:00 p.m.

Friday, June 3rd Mandatory Commencement Practice

Saturday, June 4th Flower Pick-up from Vendors

Sunday, June 5th Mandatory Arrival at CSU BY 12:00

Sunday June 5th Commencement at CSU – 1:00 p.m.

Please refer to the Senior Information Booklet for more details



This service is a fundraiser and part of the proceeds will be donated to Strongsville PTA.

D Enterprises Garment Steaming LLC

Order Form

Strongsville High School

Student Name___________________________________ Circle Male / Female

Please Print

Cost of Service $10.00 Cash Only

Release authorization please read and sign.


Parents name please print

D Enterprises Garment Steaming LLC to act as my representative to release to them my son or daughter commencement gown from Strongsville High School.

To be steam pressed packaged and ready for pick up by student named above. By preordering, the gown once processed it will be returned to Strongsville High School and distributed on the date designated by the school for gown distribution to all seniors.

D Enterprises will take full responsibility for the care of the gown while in their possession.

On the day of practice /distribution the student will receive back his order form during practice, this form shall be taken to the area designated by the school for distribution of the pressed gowns, Once the form is received identification verified ( student I.D. ), the gown shall be released and signed for by the student.

D Enterprises is no longer responsible for any damage which may occur once the gown is released to the student and is no longer in their possession.

Student Signature______________________ Parent Signature_________________ Date _____


Student _________________________Date________________

Bottom of form must be signed and dated as the gown is released to the student on the day of pick up

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