Freshman orientation meetings set for Feb. 9 and 11
From press release
Rockford’s four traditional public high schools will offer eighth-graders two chances to register for classes and become acquainted with high school during upcoming freshman orientation meetings.
Students will receive registration materials for choosing classes, meet with teachers, tour the buildings and learn what is expected in high school during the meetings. Auburn, East, Guilford and Jefferson high schools will simultaneously hold the sessions from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 9 and Thursday, Feb. 11.
It is important for students and parents to attend one of the two registration sessions at their child’s high school to learn about available programs and courses. Students who do not provide input during this process will have their courses chosen by school administrators. Students and parents should plan on staying for the entire meeting.
Parents of all currently-enrolled eighth-graders have been notified of their high school assignment based on the attendance zone in which they live. Families who are unsure of their assignment should call (815) 490-KIDS (5437).
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