Parents become Chiefs for a Night at Open House


Madison Harte

NHS members discuss their hallway positions.

Mishka Brice, Editor in Chief

Parents took on the role of “Chiefs,” on Tuesday night at Open House.

They headed over to the gym where they were welcomed by Mrs. Robinson. She discussed important information such as the new curriculum which, according to Mrs. Robinson, is “more complex and higher” than what students are accustomed to. She also explained the testing calendar in which testing will be taking up most of the “instructional time” throughout the whole year.

“We also went over dress code and the attendance policy when it comes to the block schedule,” said Mrs. Robinson.

Parents were then dismissed to their child’s first period class and followed their regular seven period day schedule, but for 10 minutes in each class. National Honor Society members dressed in black and white filled the halls to help guide parents to their appointed classrooms. ROTC also assisted parents in the parking lot.

“It was a great opportunity and platform to inform parents first hand of the many changes that are taking place from the school’s perspective,” said Mrs. Robinson. “It was a great turnout too, the bleachers were packed to its full capacity.”