1 MOUNT MERCY ACADEMY 2008 Newsletter A Message from our Principal, 2008 VOLUME 5, ISSUE 47 S P E C I A L P O I N T S O F I N T E R E S T : Dear Parents and Guardians, Sincerely, is such a joyous month! The temperatures have warmed. We celebrate Principal graduations, weddings, Father s Day and we get to celebrate out-of-doors. Paulette C. Gaske We hope that all of your celebrations are under sunny skies and balmy temperatures. For our students in grades 9, 10 and 11,, however is still a month of hard work and focus. Your daughter should be attending the various review classes that many of the teachers are offering. Review classes alone do not provide adequate preparation for finals, however. Your daughter needs to set aside review time each evening from now until exams begin. Final exams, whether school or Regents, encompass material from the entire year. One evening of cramming will not do justice to the course content and will result in poor examine grades or possible course failure. Please help your daughter make good choices between now and final exam week. Encourage her to spend time studying. Evenings out, hours online or texting and trips to the mall can wait until after 26. We all want a successful end to this school year and by working together, we can make that possible for your daughter. Beginning July 7, Mount Mercy Academy will be on summer hours. The Main Office will be open from 8:00 AM until 1:00 PM. Those hours will be in effect until August 15. Summer does not mean that life as we know it ends here at MMA. GAL Camp for girls entering grades 4-8, Mercy Prep and Regents review classes and exams will keep the building humming with activity. See our website for information regarding our summer programs. The St. Bonaventure Reading program continues until late July and The Trocaire Kids on Campus Program will be housed at MMA during the summer months. We wish the Class of 2008 all the best as they begin a great adventure beyond the walls of Mount Mercy Academy. We know they will carry Mercy with them wherever they go. As our seniors leave we turn our eyes to the new arrivals and we welcome the Class of 2012 to the Circle of Mercy. We are happy that they will be sharing the next four years of their lives with us. All students should check out the website for the assigned summer reading books and projects. This is something that should not be left until the last days of August. Summer reading should take place throughout the summer and the projects need to be completed and turned in on the first day your daughter s English class meets. So enjoy your summer celebrations and rest and recuperate for another school year. We wish all of our fathers a Happy Father s Day. We know how much you sacrifice for your families. God Bless you all with a safe and glorious summer. 5: 7:00 PM Graduation Kleinhan s Music Hall 12: Mid day Assembly Schedule 4th Quarter Honors Assembly and Junior Awards Reception 16: Last day of Classes 17-26: NYS Regents Exams and School Exams see schedule on back page 27: End of 4th Quarter MMA Senior Elizabeth Cofrancesco stands with her classmates to be recognized at the Baccalaureate Ceremony at OLV Sincerely, Paulette Gaske Principal MMA Principal Mrs. Gaske presents an award to Senior Alyssa Haj at Baccalaureate
2 Models of Mercy The Mount Mercy Academy Baccalaureate Mass and Awards Ceremony was held on Wednesday evening, May 21, 2008 at Our Lady of Victory Basilica in Lackawanna. The final Mass for the Class of 2008 was presided by Rev. Thomas Quinlivan, pastor of Queen of Heaven Parish and member of the Academy s Board of Trustees. The Mass began with a welcome address given by 2008 Senior Class President Olivia Schlager and concluded with a Communion Reflection by Vice President of the Class of 2008, Tara Bodziak. The following awards were presented for excellence in: English and Literature: Olivia Schlager History and Social Sciences: Caitlin Biddle, Elizabeth Collesano, Amy Patten Advanced Placement Psychology: Olivia Schlager Math Achievement: Ashley Matte Living Environment: Melissa Hayes Physics: Melissa Hayes Earth Science: Tara Bodziak Chemistry: Elizabeth Vogl French IV: Courtney Myers, Brittany Rogers French V: Ashley Gorney, Brianna Wilson Latin: Melissa Hayes, Elizabeth Vogl Spanish IV: Carrie Hadley, Maria Makowski Spanish V: Megan Walsh Business: Christina Alvira, Ann Marie Cunningham, Courtney Fay, Megan Gawlak, Molly Judge, Ashley Kalstek, Jennifer Puglisi, Kerry Ryan Studio Art: Drawing And Painting: Rebecca Sporney Studio Art One : Caitlin Biddle, Alyssa Stachowski Studio Art Ceramics: Melissa Hayes, Christine Regula, Shealyn Sullivan, Samantha Murphy, Mary Fatima Santiano, Advanced Placement Studio Art: Elizabeth Corcoran, Christen Lawicki, Mary Cate Kubera, Christine Regula Senior Athlete: Jenna Szczepanski Chorus and Handbell Choir: Meghan Blake, Allysa Fuller, Taylor Hage, Kimberly Marron, Cassandra Myers, Amy Numeracki, Maegen Tucker, Heather Wedgwood Chorus: Christina Farrell, Katie Gerard, Alyssa Haj, Ashley Matte, Courtney Myers, Amanda Roush, Maryann Siminski, Laura Thomas, Sandra Wienckowski, Lacey Whatley Magic Belles Handbell Choir: Allysa Fuller, Kimberly Marron, Maegen Tucker Pure Magic Show Choir: Christina Farrell, Alyssa Haj, Ashley Matte, Maryann Siminski Vocal: Alyssa Haj McAuley Scholars: Caitlin Biddle, Tara Bodziak, Elizabeth Corcoran, Elizabeth Collesano, Lauren Gruchala, Melissa Hayes, Kristina Land, Christen Lawicki, Maria Makowski, Allysa Pantano, Amy Patten, Christine Regula, Olivia Schlager, Carly Story, Jenna Szczepanski Student Government: Meghan Hess, Carly Story, Madeline Reid Perfect Attendance Four Years: Katherine Gerard, Marleah Martinez Perfect Attendance Senior Year: Caitlin Biddle, Katherine Gerard, Marleah Martinez Ashley Matte, Angela Passucci, Amanda Roush, Stephanie Straub, Jenna Szczepanski, Katherine Zippier School Newspaper The Merciette : Olivia Schlager, Melissa Hayes Yearbook The Mercienne : Jenna Szczepanski The National Forensic League: Amanda Roush, Karen Stacy, Alyssa Haj The Kathleen Ottos Barone Award for Nursing: Katherine Zippier The Buffalo Chapter of the Foundation for International Cooperation Award: Randi Olson Triple C Award for Courage, Commitment and Character: Tara Bodziak, Carrie Hadley New York State Comptroller Achievement Award: Carly Story New York State Correctional Officers & Police Benevolent Association Award: Cassandra Myers, Courtney Myers, Nadege Petrie New York State Education Department Award: Melissa Hayes, Kristina Land, Christen Lawicki, Kerry O Connor United States Bowling Congress: Laura Thomas
3 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MMA CLASS OF 2008! AWARDED OVER $9,785,666 IN SCHOLARSHIPS AND MERIT-BASED GRANTS! OUR GRADUATES THIS YEAR HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED TO THE FOLLOWING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: Alaska Pacific University Alfred University Alleghany College American University Art Institute of Pittsburg Ava Maria University Baldwin Wallace College Beaver County Community College Binghamton University Boston University Bryant & Stratton College Canisius College Case Western Reserve University Cazenovia College Chestnut Hill College Clark University Daemen College Denison University Duquesne University D Youville College Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Elmira College Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Emmanuel College Endicott College Erie Community College Fisher College Florida Southern College Fordham University Gannon University Genesee Community College Georgian Court University Gettysburg College Gordon College Hilbert College Hobart and William Smith Colleges Ithaca College John Carroll University Johnson & Wales University Kent State University Laboratory Institute of Merchandising Lake Erie College LeMoyne College Loyola College Loyola University Chicago Medaille College Mercyhurst College Mercyhurst North East College Messiah College Middlebury College Monroe Community College Nazareth College Niagara County Community College Niagara University Northeastern University Northwest Arkansas Community College Ohio Dominican University Pace University Penn State University Park Point Park University Pratt Institute Quinnipiac University Roberts Wesleyan College Rochester Institute of Technology Sacred Heart University Saint Leo University Saint Mary s College Saint Michael s College Seton Hall University St. Bonaventure University St. John Fisher College Stonehill College Stony Brook University SUNY College at Alfred SUNY College at Brockport SUNY College at Buffalo SUNY College at Cortland SUNY College at Delhi SUNY College at Fredonia SUNY College at New Paltz SUNY College at Oswego SUNY College at Purchase SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology Syracuse University The College of Saint Rose The Culinary Institute of America The University of Akron Trocaire College University of Albany University at Buffalo University of California Los Angeles University of Colorado at Bolder University of New England University of Pittsburg University of Rochester University of Tampa University of Vermont Upstate Medical University Walsh University Washington & Jefferson College Washington College Wells College Xavier College Youngstown State University
4 Living the Mount Mercy Mission Written by MMA Sophomore Kelly Webster On Wednesday, April 16, Mt. Mercy s Sophomore Religion class visited Gateway-Longview. Gateway-Longview s main purpose is to build strong families and strong communities. They are concerned with keeping the children s safety a top priority. The ideal is to improve the situation at the child s original home, but if necessary, Gateway is responsible for finding the child foster parents and a suitable home. Gateway also supplies a safe place for children to interact with their families until the situation improves. It takes a special person to be a foster parent. Foster parents are people who can provide temporary care and love for their foster children. They must be caring and want to make a difference in the child s life. Patience is a must, and there is a very strict hands-off policy. Most of all, foster parents must know that there is always a possibility that their foster child may be taken away from them and given back to the original family. Early Wednesday morning, our Religion class arrived at Gateway- Longview s Niagara Street location. We watched a video explaining to us what Gateway was all about. Here we learned that Gateway works to help both the child and the child s parents to improve the situation at home. We also learned that it is not easy to be an adoptive parent and it really takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Our class of sixteen then relocated to the Gateway-Longview Family Resource Center on East Ferry Street. Here we sat down for a prayer and a nice lunch, and then we began our work. As a group, our class began organizing a closet full of clothes donated to the center. Our goal was to make the clothes accessible to those who were in need of them. When our class began, the closet was in shambles, and by the end of the day almost all of the clothes were sorted and hung up neatly. This was very difficult because we sorted all the clothes into four sections: men s, women s, girls and boys. These sections were then separated by size, and all the winter clothing was removed from the closet. It was very fulfilling because we knew that we were really helping those in need. One of the Corporal Works of Mercy is to clothe the naked. In a joint effort between the entire community and the MMA class, we feel that we truly did clothe the naked. People who come to these centers are really in need of clothing and we made this help available to them. Of course our work would have been nothing without the clothes donated by the rest of the community, so it was definitely a joint effort. This experience definitely helped us as class to grow in many of the Hallmarks of a Mercy Education, including Dedication to Christian Values. As Christians, we cannot just allow ourselves to watch other people suffering. By doing this, our Religion class really acted on their beliefs. Another Hallmark pertaining to this experience is Commitment to Service. As a class we gave up a day of school to serve our community. We were required to make up all of the work we missed, but that was a sacrifice we were willing to make. Our experience was inspired by Scripture. In Exodus 22:20-27 it says, Show justice and mercy toward strangers, orphans, widows, neighbors. Just because we are in a more comfortable situation, it does not allow us to just sit around. The children that are in these situations did nothing to put themselves there. They are completely helpless and deserve a better life. By volunteering at Gateway we feel we followed the passage, Be doers, not only hearers of the word. (Jas 1:22-27) Psalm 103 states, Yahweh is always on the side of the oppressed. As a class, we offered the gifts of our time and efforts. In return, we were given knowledge and the satisfaction of knowing we were really helping the children. It made us realize that many people are struggling and we are called to help them. In giving, we truly did receive. PHOTO ALBUM MMA Sophomores volunteer at Gateway-Longview All smiles at the Senior Prom Ashley and Alyssa at Baccalaureate friends til the end Molly gets the thumbs up from Lauren at a recent Lacrosse game
6 IMPORTANT! CELL PHONE POLICY DURING ALL FINAL EXAMS PARENTS: Please be aware that students are not permitted to have cell phones or other devices on their person or in the Exam Room during final exams! NO EXCEPTIONS!!! Students may keep locks on their lockers until they have taken their last exam. All backpacks and purses must remain in lockers during exams. Students should keep cell phones in their lockers or leave them at home on exam days. Any student found displaying or using a cell phone in any capacity during an exam will have her exam nullified. THANK YOU for your cooperation and support! Mount Mercy Academy Fleece Jacket Sizes: Small, Medium, Large & X-Large Color: Navy blue Cost: $33.00 The new fleece may be worn as part of the MMA uniform starting in September MMA Junior Katie McCormick is caught in midair as she makes a great attempt at the long jump at a recent track meet. Go Katie!, 2008 Attention Mt. Mercy Academy Sophomores and Juniors! Mt. Mercy Academy and Bishop Timon High School have partnered with Atlas Test Prep to offer an SAT prep course this summer at Mt. Mercy in preparation for the October or November SAT test dates. This is an amazing opportunity for students to take a convenient and comprehensive course in order to get the edge in the college admissions process. Atlas Test Prep offers unmatched preparation with the highest score improvement guarantee of 200 points for less than half the cost of comparable programs. Their dynamic teachers lead interactive class sessions and proctored diagnostic exams while reviewing content and teaching strategies for beating the exam. Students receive customized homework assignments to diagnose and remedy weak content areas in order to maximize their results. This spring, Atlas Test Prep has scored a 100% peer recommendation rate and has an average improvement of 240 points! SUMMER 2008 SAT PREP DETAILS: Starts: Wednesday, July 9 th from 9am-1pm Course Dates: Monday Class Dates: 7/14, 7/21, 7/28, 8/4, 8/11, 8/18 from 9am-12pm Wednesday Test Dates: 7/9, 7/23, 8/6, 8/13 from 9am-1pm Cost: $399 (Students in financial need should see Miss Perry.) Register by A spring session will also be available in order to prepare for the May 2 nd SAT test, beginning on Saturday, March 7, Students from the class of 2010 who take the summer prep course are also eligible to take the spring prep course at no additional cost! SPRING 2009 SAT PREP DETAILS: Starts: Saturday, March 7 th from 9am-1pm Course Dates: Monday Class Dates: 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 4/20, 4/27 from 3-6pm Wednesday Test Dates: 3/7, 3/21, 4/4, 4/25 from 9am-1pm (No classes or exams will be held during Spring break.) Registration information will be available in January If you have any questions about the SAT course, the SAT exam or the college admissions process in general, please contact one of your School Counselors.
7 Library World Mrs. M. Kujawinski, MMA Media Specialist Our students have made good use of the MMA library this year. From freshman orientation and study skills to advanced Latin projects, library resources fit well across the curriculum. As we close out the school year, please remind your daughters to return all library materials by or before 13. From my experience, books do not disappear. They may be in the bottom of their book bag, under the bed, loaned to a friend so far, no dogs have been involved. Remember the summer reading list is available on the MMA web page. I have also sent the list to the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library to be distributed to member libraries. Access to MMA databases is through the Library Media Center web page and is available throughout the year. Besides school work, they are valuable resources for a wide spectrum of reliable information. Periodical databases, health, business, and current events are all included. We have the passwords for students to pick up in the library. Enjoy a good read this summer. NPR Summer Reads NY Times Best Seller lists Borders Best Sellers Barnes & Noble ENGLISH DEPARTMENT NEWS The summer reading books are posted on the MMA Web Site. Please encourage your daughters to do their reading and to take notes on the reading so that they will do well when they are tested on the books. YEARBOOKS FOR SALE The all-color 2008 yearbook is for sale for $55. Yearbooks may be purchased before and after school and during Advisement from Miss Burns in Room 313. Notes from the Music Department: Mr. Kirisits is pleased to announce the following acceptances to the Pure Magic Show Choir: Jessica Barone Shari Kupkowski Katie Schaefer Alyssa Brennan Caitlin McBratney Nichole Siminski Ashley Carmichael Lauren Montroy Amelia Skagias Amie Hart Erynn Motak Michele Stephenson Kelsey Hayes Lori Nappo Natalie Trinca Alyssa Juda Melina Punturiero Giannina Trojanovic Shannon Kulbacki Chelsea Sanabria Paige Wesolowski The following Juniors and Seniors have been accepted to the Magic Belles Handbell Choir: Jane Bednarz Stephanie Kidder Ekatarina Russell Jenna Bezilla Kati Lickfeld Mecca Ryan Pattie Bundt Jerri Maloney Caeli Tucker Samantha Girdlestone Hannah Owczarczak Stephanie Villafranca Jenna Golden Megan Pericak Theresa Waz Joelle Ilecki Kelly Quinlan Abigail Webster Samantha Kankiewicz
8 Student Government President Leah Clancy Vice President Maghan Shanahan Secretary- Simone Howard Treasurer- Liz Robinson CLASS OF 2009 Pres. Hannah Owczarczak VP - Melissa Graham Sec. - Angela Kresic Treas.- Meredith Graber Class of 2009 Advisement Reps Colleen Cannan Deborah Giermek Kaitlin Krug Christine Lauber Molly Lynch Meghan Mathewson Katie McCormick Molly Reedy Nicole Thornton Kateri Walsh CLASS OF 2010 Pres. Maggie Higgins VP - Paige Wesolowski Sec. - Emily Piegay Treas.- Alana Stempien Class of 2010 Advisement Reps Bailey Danahy Molly Gasuik Katelynn Grimm Carleen McCarthy Meghan McCormick Lindsay Piegay Katie Purcell Emily Williams CLASS OF 2011 Pres. Bridget Jackson VP - Quinn Cassidy Sec. - Emile Fose Treas.- Molly Krug Class of 2011 Advisement Reps Carly Andriaccio Stephanie George Alyssa Hewitt Catherine Kasianowicz Margaret McDonald Shannon McHugh Kaitlyn Murphy Brittany Wolf Class of 2012 Elections to be held in November 2008 ATTENTION PARENTS OF MATH 2 STUDENTS Dear Parents/Guardians: As the school year comes to an end, we will be preparing for the Math 2 examination that your daughter will be taking in. In order to help prepare your daughter for the exam, we will be holding review classes after school. The review classes will be held Monday through Thursday from 2:45pm until 3:30pm in Room 3 (Mrs. Zubek s room). Each day we will be reviewing different chapters and topics that the girls have covered throughout the school year as well as past Math 2 exams. It is not required that your daughter attends the review sessions; however, we highly advise that your daughter attends the review sessions. In order to prepare for the regents examination, students need to do their part outside of the classroom as well The website is a great review website that your daughter can use at home to review for the exam. The website includes examples, explanations and sample exam questions that will help prepare your child for the exam in. The best way to study for a math exam is to retake old tests and redo examples from class. We have included the list of review session dates and topics below. Tuesday 5/27 Wednesday 5/28 Thursday 5/29 Monday 6/2 Tuesday 6/3 Wednesday 6/4 Thursday 6/5 Monday 6/9 Tuesday 6/10 Wednesday 6/11 Thursday 6/12 Monday 6/16 Ratios, proportions and radicals General Review - Questions on any Math topic Graphing lines, slope of a line, distance between two points and midpoint General Review - Questions on any Math topic Algebraic fractions and complex fractions General Review - Questions on any Math topic Triangles and angles General Review - Questions on any Math topic Graphing quadratics & solving system of equations involving quadratics General Review - Questions on any Math topic Complex numbers General Review Questions on any Math topic Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us: Mary Zubek at ext 236 or by at Ashley Wood at ext 320 or by at Sincerely, Miss Ashley Wood Mrs. Mary Zubek
9 Math B Regents Exam After School Review Schedule Your Host: Mrs. Samul All review sessions will take place in Room 101. Date Time Chapters and Topics Wednesday, May 28 Thursday, May 29 Friday, May 30 Monday, 2 Chapters 12, 16, 17 Functions, Exponents, Logs Chapters 14, 15, 18, 19 Trig Xmas Assignment, Chapter J Transformations, Regressions Chapter 11, Chapter J The Sequel Circles, Proofs Tuesday, 3 Math II Wednesday, 4 Friday, 6 Monday, 9 Tuesday, 10 Chapters 12, 16, 17 Functions, Exponents, Logs Chapters 14, 15, 18, 19 Trig Xmas Assignment, Chapter J Transformations, Regressions Chapter 11, Chapter J The Sequel Circles, Proofs Wednesday, 11 Math II Thursday, 12 Open Review Friday, 13 Open Review *Saturday, 14* 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Open Review Monday, 16 Open Review Living Environment reviews will be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays before and after school in Room 18 through 24th. REVIEW SCHEDULE FOR MR. BIANCHI S CHEMISTRY STUDENTS Chem Regents review Saturdays 9-10:30 and Mondays & Wednesdays 2:45 to 3:45 pm. For details, see webpages/jbianchi/resources.cfm?subpage=125409
10 YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE MMA ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION HALL-O-WINE TOUR Come enjoy a murder mystery and wine tour of Niagara County s finest vineyards during Western New York s most beautiful season. Excursion includes: Roundtrip bus accommodations Commemorative wine glass and tasting at 12 vineyards Clues along the way with a chance of solving the murder mystery for a prize. Concluding tour at Wilson Vineyard with a full dinner at The Wilson Boat House A chance to spend a wonderful fall afternoon with Mercy alumnae and your family and friends. *Sign-up deposit of $25 is due August 1 st and balance of $64 needed September 1st * For more information please contact MMA Alumnae Office, ext 246; or Judie Schmelzinger ; Wine Trip Reservation Name Address Phone Dinner Entrée Choice: Chicken Piccatta Pot Roast Broiled Haddock Enclosed is my deposit of $25. Checks are payable to Mt Mercy Academy. I understand that I will receive further information after August 1 st and that the deposit will be applied to the total cost of $89. Mail to Alumnae Office, Mount Mercy Academy 88 Red Jacket Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14220
11 Mount Mercy and Canisius in Europe 2009 PROVENCE / THE RIVIERA / TUSCANY / ROME Applications are being accepted for our Easter trip to Italy and southern France next Easter. Some highlights include: French cooking class in Avignon visits to Cannes, St. Paul de Vence, Eze and Monaco Fragonard perfume factory the museums, gold and leather shops of Florence the medieval towns of Siena and Assisi the Coliseum, Forum, St. Peters Basilica, Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums private scavenger hunt of Rome Italian cooking demonstration and Tuscan farmhouse lunch in San Gimignano Save $100 with early registration by 30 th. Applications will be taken on a first come, first served basis. Contact Ms. Tyrpak-Endres at or Miss Luhr at for further information. Volunteer Host Families Needed Established in 1985, The Center for Cultural Interchange (CCI) is a non-profit international education exchange organization dedicated to the promotion of cultural understanding, academic development and world peace. CCI is recognized by the U.S. Department of State as an official exchange visit program sponsor. Based in Chicago, Illinois, CCI organizes high school exchange, short-term group home-stay, internship, work & travel, and language study programs in the United States and in over 30 countries around the world. CCI has also committed itself to promote the green movement within all of our programs through our Greenheart initiative. High School Year, High School Semester and Short Term Hosting Opportunities Available Giving to these young people pays back such dividends in terms of friendships, meaningful memories, and shared experiences. The requirements of a family are to have a bed for the student, (private rooms are not necessary), have room at the table for one more and be willing to enfold the student into the daily life of the family not as a guest but as another member of the family. Over 95% of all students, when they return to their home countries, say that the experience of living with their host family was the best part of the program. It is the time spent with the host family that cements the experience in the memories of the student. All students travel with their own spending money, they are fully insured. They have all studied English but are hoping for opportunities to use that English with their host families. They have filled out applications that tell something about themselves and interested host families can choose a student who would best fit in with the lifestyle of the family. Please contact Colleen Shanahan at Mount Mercy Academy at ext. 201 or at for further information. DRIVER S EDUCATION AAA of WNY will provide Driver s Ed classes at MMA in the coming school year ( ). More information will be available in the July Parent Newsletter!
12 Mount Mercy Academy 88 Red Jacket Parkway Buffalo, New York Phone: Fax: Accredited by The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Hallmarks of a mercy education Dedication to Christian values Academic excellence Leadership Service Family in partnership 17 TUESDAY 18 WEDNESDAY 19 THURSDAY 20 FRIDAY 23 MONDAY 24 TUESDAY 25 WEDNESDAY 8:15 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 8:15 a.m. Integrated Comprehensivsive U.S.History Comprehen- Regents in Living School Exams Algebra - Latin I Gym Environment Gym English: English: and Latin II Gym - Gym School Exams Session Session Two Gov t-gym French I Gym School Exam Math 2 Gym French II Gym Physics One -Room 313 Int. Alg. Part School Exam: Spanish I Gym Room 3 1 Gym Room 313 Spanish II School Exams Math 3 Room Religion II- Gym 3 School Exams Rooms 1, 3, 4, English I - Gym Course IV- 5, 6 Eighth Grade Global I Gym Room 8 Placement English II Gym Math 10 Earth Science Test Room 1 Room 1 Lab Practical Pre- AP - Gym Math 11 Room 17 Room 10 12:15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. Physical Setting/ Chemistry- Gym School Exam Earth Science Lab Practical Room 17 Regents in Global History & Geography- Gym School Exam Religion III- Rooms 5 JUNE 2008 EXAM SCHEDULE Math A-Gym MathB- Gym School Exam Religion I- Rooms 4, 5, 6 Physical Setting/ Earth Science- Gym NO EXAMS! Comprehensive Regents Examinations French Room8 Latin Room 10 Spanish- Gym Physical Setting/ Physics- Gym 26 THURS. Rating Day Regents School Final Admission to Exam Deadlines Morning Examinations 9:00 a.m. Afternoon Examinations 1:00 p.m.