BRHS Weekly Info - January 25 , 2015Tuesday is the first day of the second semester, and is scheduled as an A day. We will begin with Spartan Seminar to start course registrations for the 15-1 school year. I will meet with seniors. If there is no school we will have the Spartan Seminar the first day of the second semester.
STUDENTS AND PARENTS: AP PAYMENTS ARE DUE FEB. 6TH. PLEASE BE SURE YOU HAVE EITHER PAID ON-LINE THROUGH THE LOUDOUN COUNTY PAYMENT PORTAL OR BRING A CHECK TO THE SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE NO LATER THAN 4PM ON FEB. 6TH. YOUR ATTENTION TO THIS MATTER WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
Broad Run HS' Franco-American Exchange is looking for your help to support our arriving French exchange students' trips to DC and NYC via fundraisers at Potbelly (Thursday, January 29), Paisano's (Thursday, February 5), and Chipotle (Monday, February 16).
Take your family and friends , enjoy some delicious food from these restaurants, and support our students' academic endeavors with our visiting French exchange for 2015!BRHS Weekly Info - January 21, 2015Make the most out of the Teacher Work Day Monday, January 26th by coming to the Huntington Learning Center in Ashburn Village and taking a practice SAT exam. Huntington is the industry leader in providing one-to-one exam prep services and has successfully increased the SAT scores of its 2014 students by an average of 311 points. After a subsequent conference with the Center Director, the proceeds from the exam will be donated to the Broad Run Athletic Booster Club. Your child will receive a full length SAT exam, and you both will receive a detailed analysis of your child’s performance on the exam.
The cost of the exam will be $30 and will be held at the Huntington Learning Center located at 44031 Ashburn Shopping Plaza at 10 AM on January 26th. Space is limited, so make reservations for the event today by calling 571-223-1586 and mentioning the Spartan Exam Prep.
BRHS Weekly Info - January 18, 2015I hope everyone is enjoying the 3-day weekend. We will have regular school days this week, Tuesday is a B day. Friday is the final day of the first semester. Monday, January 26 is a teacher workday (student holiday), and we will begin the second semester with an A day on Tuesday, January 27.
On Tuesday, January 27, we will start our school day in Spartan Seminar. 9th - 11th grade students will be given 2015-2016 course selection recommendation forms and begin their course selection process. 12th graders will meet with Mr. Spage to review Senior Exam Exemptions and end of year dates/activities. All information will be posted on the school web-site.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS. On February 5 we will have a elective fair for 9th-11th grade students at the end of the school day. That night, at 7 pm, our department chairs and some teachers and school counselors will be available in the cafeteria for a curriculum fair to offer parents information regarding courses for the 2015-2016 school year. Of course, parents and students can contact school counselors, teachers, or administrators at any time with questions.
Have a great remainder of your weekend.BRHS Weekly Info - January 15, 2015Wednesday, January 21st, Broad Run will be hosting a double header basketball game against Stone Bridge. The tournament is dedicated to the Wounded Warriors Project and we will be fundraising for them at the game. There will be t-shirts on sale during school and raffle tickets being sold at the game. The raffle prize is an assortment of local business donations. Also we will be having a half court shoot out raffle during halftime where you can win a signed wizards ball. The tournament is free admission for all veterans with an active military id. Please come out and support the cause! GO SPARTANS!Attached is the flyer with dates and information for SAT Bootcamps
coming up in March and April.There will also be one Practice SAT Test on March 29th.File attachments:
2015 SAT Bootcamps March & April.pdfBRHS Weekly Info - January 11, 2015We have a busy week ahead. Next Monday (Jan 19) is a holiday, and then mid term exams.
Students and Faculty, I will announce tomorrow (Monday) morning if we will have Spartan Seminar. There is still no decision on attending all classes this Friday, stay tuned. Lets see what the weather has in store for tomorrow.
Parents, there is a scheduled PTSO meeting this Tuesday at 7 pm in the school library.
Please see the attached flyer for a debate team fundraiser.
Chipotle flyer.pdfBRHS Weekly Info - January 7, 2015Thursday, January 8, Broad Run will be hosting a double header basketball game against Stone Bridge. The tournament is dedicated to the Wounded Warriors Project and we will be fundraising for them at the game. There will be t-shirts on sale during school and raffle tickets being sold at the game. The raffle prize is an assortment of local business donations. Also we will be having a half court shoot out raffle during halftime where you can win a signed wizards ball. The tournament is free admission for all veterans with an active military id. Please come out and support the cause! GO SPARTANS!Please note, we do anticipate a sell out crowd. Get to Broad Run early to make sure you can get into the game.
Also, here is some information from the Loudoun Times Mirror regarding 2015 future leader nominations.
http://www.loudountimes.com/news/article/2015_future_leaders_scholarship_award423BRHS Weekly Info - January 5, 2015Students and Parents, the computer labs will be open for student use on Mondays after school and Tuesday and Friday before school.Parents – We are in the process of planning our PTSO Maroon and Gold Silent Auction Fundraiser– and we can use your help to make the event a success. We are having a planning meeting at Lynn Neff's house on Monday, Jan.12th at 7:30pm. The address is 44018 Cheltenham Circle. We would love to see you there!
As you clean-up after the holidays – consider donating the following:
1 – Packaging Baskets , Specialty Gift Boxes, Ribbons– we can use these to package items for the auction (we don’t need the clothing type boxes)
2 – Gifts – Receive a gift or gift card you don’t need? We can use it as an auction item or for supplies for the auction event.
There will be a large box in the main office for your donations.
Thanks for helping to make our fundraiser a success!BRHS Weekly Info - December 22, 2014I hope everyone is having a good winter break.Parents – We are in the process of planning our PTSO Maroon and Gold Silent Auction Fundraiser– and we can use your help to make the event a success. As you celebrate the holidays – consider saving and donating the following:1 – Packaging Baskets , Specialty Gift Boxes, Ribbons– we can use these to package items for the auction (we don’t need the clothing type boxes)2 – Gifts – Receive a gift or gift card you don’t need? We can use it as an auction item or for supplies for the auction event.There will be a large box in the main office for your donations. Thanks for helping to make our fundraiser a success!Parents you can buy your son or daughter a yearbook as a present for $75 until January 23, 2014. If you are the parent of a senior then you might be interested in buying them a senior (otherwise known as baby ads):1/8 page $75, 1/4 page $125, 1/2 page $250, full page $400. you can do all this at the website yearbooksforever.com.BRHS Weekly Info - December 14, 2014Please see the included flyer from our Project Graduation Parents about a fundraiser this week.
We have one more full week of school, to include Spartan Seminar on Wednesday and our Holiday concert on Thursday. Thanks and congrats again to all our students, parents, and faculty.
BRHS Weekly Info - December 10, 2014The BRHS PTSO will be hosting a Holiday Treats table for our teachers and staff on Thurs. Dec. 18th from 10:00-2:00 to show our appreciation for all they do.Please consider contributing two dozen of your family's favorite treat, and dropping off at the Front Office by 9:30 on the 18th. Please use the link below to access the Perfect Potluck sign up.Thank you and Happy Holidays!!http://www.PerfectPotluck.com/meals.php?t=WOKU3324BRHS Weekly Info - December 7, 2014Please note the included flyers:
1. PTSO sponsored practice SAT on Dec 14.
2. Fundraising night (Tuesday) for the NHS Holiday party (Thursday) night.
Special thanks to all our classes and groups for their efforts to help our community during this holiday season. From our Tote drive, gift wrap, coats, Jingle Bell Banquet and party for underprivileged children, BRHS is having a positive impact.
Broad Run High School_Dec_PracticeSAT_2014.pdf
BRHS Weekly Info - December 6, 2014Dear BRHS Community,
You are cordially invited to attend our annual "Paying for College/Financial Aid Night" at Broad Run HS on December 8 at 7:00PM in the auditorium. Mr. Jack Zegeer, the Director of Financial Aid and Ms. Cathy Hall, High School Outreach Coordinator, both from Northern Virginia Community College will be presenting an overview of the college financial aid process.
- What is financial aid?
- What is financial need?
- What is the cost of attendance (COA)?
- What is the expected family contribution (EFC)?
- Categories, types, and sources of financial aid?
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)?
- There also will be a general Q & A period to answer other pending questions
We hope you can come out and participate in this informative presentation.
If you have any questions please feel free to call the School Counseling Office at 571-252-2314.
Please note the change in the PTSO sponsored practice SAT...December 14, attached flyer.
This year, Broad Run High School is implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to help promote a positive school culture and learning environment. Key components of PBIS include educating students, parents, and staff on appropriate behaviors and reinforcing these expectations through acknowledgement and recognition. As faculty, we strongly believe in the importance of students showing cooperation, responsibility and empathy for others, so our behavioral expectations are outlined in the “Spartans CARE” acronym.
Throughout the year, I will communicate key pieces of information that we are reviewing with students in regards to appropriate behaviors. Our hope is that you will use this information as talking points with your students and help set a tone that is both consistent and supportive. Last year, attendance-related incidents represented our greatest number of discipline infractions which resulted in an incredible amount of lost instructional time. We are currently focusing on attendance and the importance of getting to class on time. As we continue the school year, please emphasize with your students the importance of punctuality.
As we begin the school year, I also need your help consistently enforcing our school dress code. School board policy 8-33 states that, “Clothing should fit, be neat and clean, and conform to standards of safety, good taste, and decency.”
Lastly, please take a few minutes to discuss with your student the appropriate use of social media. We often discover that students have a false sense of security while interacting on social media and post things that they would never say in person.
I thank you in advance for your support and help in addressing these concerns and I look forward to a great rest of the school year.
Any parents interested in participating in our school improvement committees are welcome. The include, teacher leadership, new teacher, PBIS, Social, Literacy, Freshman Transition, and Spartan Seminar.
Broad Run High School_Dec_PracticeSAT_2014.pdfBRHS Weekly Info - November 16, 2014
Please remember our canned food drive this week. Donations can be given in the career center. Also, our coat drive through the fashion club, donations before school in the lobby.
The PTSO is assisting with the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony Reception. Please use the link below to access the Perfect Potluck Sign-Up and donate to this event.
If you have any questions please email Lmconig@verizon.net.
Please also note the PTSO attachment for an SAT class.
BRHS PROJECT GRADUATION is an all-night, drug-free and alcohol-free event held on graduation night for graduating seniors to keep them safe and off the streets. Please help the Project Graduation Committee make this event successful by purchasing a White House Christmas Ornament or shopping at Amazon.Com through a special link on our webpage.
2014 White House Christmas Ornaments
As one of our biggest fundraisers, we are selling the 2014 White House Christmas Ornaments again this year. These ornaments make great gifts for friends and family and business associations. To purchase one (or many), please click here for ordering information: http://c2.loudoun.schoolwires.net/Page/6656
Do Your Holiday Shopping at Amazon.Com
With the holidays fast approaching, please support Project Graduation by shopping through the Amazon.Com link on our homepage at www.brhspg.org. Every time you use this link to shop at Amazon.Com, Project Graduation receives a percent back at NO EXTRA COST to you! So start shopping today!File attachments:
Broad Run High School_Dec_PracticeSAT_2014.pdfBRHS update - October 21, 2014The PTSO is sponsoring a Teacher and Staff Breakfast on Monday, Nov. 3rd and we still need a few items. Please use the link below to access the Perfect Potluck Sign-Up.
A huge thank you to all who have already signed up!
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.orgBRHS Weekly Info - October 19, 2014
BRHS Students, Parents and Faculty,I would like to thank the seniors who attended the breakfast and panoramic picture this past Wednesday. We had a lot of fun. Special thanks to those seniors who volunteered at our feeder schools. You represented Broad Run well.
We have a busy two weeks coming up before the end of the quarter, which is on Homecoming, October 31. This week includes our second Partners for Safe Teen Driving program on Tuesday the 21st, Cross County, Cheerleading, and Football Wednesday through Friday, and the ‘Spartan Spooktacular’ on Saturday the 24th.
Next week is homecoming week; information is on the BRHS web site. I hope you will be able to attend one of our events.
Mr. SpageBRHS Weekly Info - October 12, 2014
BRHS Students, parents, and faculty,
I hope everyone has a good holiday. This week we will administer the PSAT to 9th through 11th grade students on Wednesday October 15. This is also pink week at BRHS, ending with the football game this Friday against Briar Woods. There will be a PTSO meeting Tuesday, in the library at 7.
1. The end of the quarter is October 31.
2. Homecoming week is the week of October 27.
3. November 3 and 4 are student holidays.
The PTSO is sponsoring a Teacher and Staff Breakfast on the Monday, Nov. 3rd Teacher Workday and we need your help! Please use the link below to access the Perfect Potluck Sign-Up!
If you have any questions please email email@example.comBRHS Weekly Info - October 5, 2014Good evening students, parents, and faculty,Congratulations to the following students for their performance on the 2013 PSAT.
Last Name First Name Award Abbott Caroline National Merit Commended Student Boyce Kristen National Achievement Outstanding Participant Jones Aishah National Achievement Outstanding Participant Kaur Nanki National Merit Semi-Finalist Mallapragada Lalita National Merit Commended Student Manley Kaylin National Merit Commended Student Mir Zeeshan National Merit Commended Student Moon Isaiah National Achievement Outstanding Participant Payne Alexis National Achievement Outstanding Participant Radhakrishnan Indu National Merit Commended Student Thompson Daniel National Merit Commended Student Tifft Reilly National Merit Commended Student Wang Alissa National Merit Semi-Finalist
I hope everyone is having a good weekend. Please look for an updated newsletter this week on our school web site.
BRHS Weekly Info - September 27, 2014
Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Teachers,
Sending the weekly message a little early so as to also remind everyone about the college fair at Rock Ridge High School this afternoon. Starts at 4:00 p.m. See the LCPS web site (calendar) for more info)
What a great week. I got to see our students recognized at the school board, our athletic teams continue to meet success, and the band looked great yesterday! Most significant, I continue to be impressed with our faculty and staff, and their dedication to our students.
Lots if info in this week’s email.
Parents, we are not set up to take/accept deliveries for lunch from vendors for your students. If they forget money, or their packed lunch we will certainly help get it to them. Thanks in advance for your understanding.
Also, we will be mailing CLARITY access letters to those parents who have requested them this week. On October 1, parents can log in and see interim grades. Students will all get logins on October 1 in Spartan Seminar as well, so they can monitor their grades. Any student with a below average grade will have their parents contacted by the teacher this week. If parents who have not requested a CLARITY login would like one, they can access how to do this on our web site (CLARITY link), or call the school counseling office at 571-252-2314.
There will be an interest meeting this Wednesday, October 1st in the career center for any student who wants to learn more about Governor’s School. Students can bring their lunch to the career center and get all the information. If there are any questions they can direct them towards Ms. Murphy in the school counseling office.
School pictures are October 2 and 3. Information came home through English classes, and pictures will be taken through those classes. Please let me know if you have questions.
Seniors and parents of seniors. On October 15, during the PSAT for underclass students, seniors will have several activities. This includes a senior breakfast, panoramic picture, and an option to volunteer, movie, or study. We will meet this week with the senior class to further discuss.
Some information from our PTSO.
Enroll with Catalyst for an SAT Bootcamp, a 2-day workshop that arms students with go-to strategies for every question they’re guaranteed to face on the SAT. Attendees walk away with Catalyst’s SAT Bootcamp book, self-study materials, diagnostic tests, and even copies of essays that have earned perfect scores on actual SATs. Our SAT Bootcamp is for students taking the SAT or PSAT before the Spring of 2016.
Date & Times
Saturday, October 4th: 1pm-5pm
Sunday, October 5th: 1pm-5pm
Broad Run High School
Just $175 for both days and all materials.
For more information or to enroll, visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click on the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar. The deadline to enroll in this special SAT prep opportunity is Wednesday, October 1st at 6pm.
A Portion of the Proceeds Directly Benefits The Broad Run PTSO!
BRHS Weekly Info - September 21, 2014BRHS Students, Parents and Teachers,It's been a great week for BRHS. From students of the month to the pep-rally and many sporting events, there was (and always is) lots going on. This week we have our ‘Partners for Safe teen Driving program on Tuesday night.’ Also, senior picture make ups on Thursday.Here are some messages from our PTSO and Athletic BoostersAthletic BoostersTime is running out - The Broad Run Athletic Booster Club has teamed up with the Huntington Learning Center in Ashburn to help prepare your student for the SAT or the ACT College Entrance Exam.SAT / ACT Prep Test on Saturday, September 27, 20149:00am—1:00pm at Broad Run High SchoolPrep Test Cost is $30 (normal price is $195 for this 4 hour test).This prep test simulates the actual SAT or ACT test and helps prepare the student for the real test. Once the prep test results are available, representatives from Huntington will be available to discuss your scores, give pointers on how to improve your scores and offer additional training solutions to help maximize your results. If you aren’t sure which test would be better for your child just ask when you call to register.Freshmen—It’s not too early
Seniors—It’s not too late.
Sophomores and Juniors—you’re right on time.To register for this SAT/ACT PREP TEST call the Huntington Learning Center at (571) 223-1586 and ask for the Spartan Test Preps. You can choose to take either the SAT or ACT Prep Test.Registration deadline is: September 24, 2014PTSOPTSO Membership: If you haven't joined, please send in your membership form and check in the envelope that came home with your student on the first day of school. Your support of the teachers and students is greatly appreciated.Boost Your Confidence, Build Momentum,
And Increase Your Score - In Just Two Days!Enroll with Catalyst for an SAT Bootcamp, a 2-day workshop that arms students with go-to strategies for every question they’re guaranteed to face on the SAT. Attendees walk away with Catalyst’s SAT Bootcamp book, self-study materials, diagnostic tests, and even copies of essays that have earned perfect scores on actual SATs. Our SAT Bootcamp is for students taking the SAT or PSAT before the Spring of 2016. Selected topics include how to:✓ Crack math questions that stump more than 90% of test-takers✓ Craft a perfect score SAT essay, no matter what question the SAT asks✓ Spot hidden clues in long, convoluted reading passages✓ Maintain focus and clarity under pressure – indispensable skills for tackling the 3 hour and 45 minute SATDate & Times
Saturday, October 4th: 1pm-5pm
Sunday, October 5th: 1pm-5pmLocationBroad Run High SchoolCostJust $175 for both days and all materials.To Enroll
For more information or to enroll, visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click on the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar. The deadline to enroll in this special SAT prep opportunity is Wednesday, October 1st at 6pm.A Portion of the Proceeds Directly Benefits The Broad Run PTSO!BRHS Weekly Info - September 14, 2014BRHS Community,Thanks to all for a very busy and good second week of school. Our faculty and students are simply great. From Back to School night to our fall sports teams, everyone is getting settled into productive routines.We are planning for SOL testing for some students this week. In addition, we are looking forward to October and PSAT testing and Homecoming. If any parents are interested in being a part of our school improvement planning, please let me know.
I am including our newsletter and some information from our PTSO (below).Thank You!
Mr. SpageJoin Catalyst for an SAT Bootcamp, a 2-day workshop that arms students with go-to strategies for every question they’re guaranteed to face on the SAT. Catalyst’s SAT Bootcamp is the only prep class designed by instructors who take the actual SAT every time the test is offered. Selected topics include how to:✓ Crack math questions that stump more than 90% of test-takers✓ Craft a perfect score SAT essay, no matter what question the SAT asks✓ Spot hidden clues in long, convoluted reading passages✓ Maintain focus and clarity under pressure – indispensable skills for anyone tackling the 3 hour and 45 minute SATDates and Times:Saturday, October 4th: 1pm-5pmSunday, October 5th: 1pm-5pmLocation:Broad Run High SchoolCost:Just $175 for both days and all materials.To Enroll:For more information, or to enroll, visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click the Bootcamp Sign-Up tab on the website's menu bar. The deadline to enroll in this special SAT prep opportunity is Wednesday, October 1st at 6pm.A Portion of the Proceeds Directly Benefits The Broad Run PTSO!Join BRHS Parents on Monday, September 22 at the Ashburn Pub to grab lunch, dinner, or a quick snack, dine in or carry out, as well as some Monday night football action. BRHS Parent Rosalie Titus is the 2014 BRHS PTSO Silent Auction Winner of "Hostess for the Night at the Ashburn Pub" in the Ashburn Village Plaza. The Ashburn Pub will donate 10% of all food ordered all day, dine in, carry out or catered orders to the BRHS PTSO, you don’t even need to mention the fundraiser! - and from 8-10pm Rosalie will be guest-tender. All tips to her will also be donated! There will also be a raffle for a big screen TV!
Don't miss out on this great opportunity to support Rosalie and the BRHS PTSO!The BRHS PTSO Silent Auction is held annually in February to raise funds to support the PTSO activities in the school. Look forward to more information about the auction and how you can get involved in the next few weeks.BRHS Weekly Info - September 7, 2014
Students, Parents, and Faculty,
Thank you for a good first week of school. We will begin this Monday with 1st period (A Day). Students, if you have remaining forms for your Spartan Seminar teacher you should bring them in before school.
Monday is Back to School night. Please bring your child’s schedule. A sheet with a school map was given to students to bring home on Friday. We will begin at 6:30 in 1st period classes. 10th grade PE classes will meet in rooms 603/605. 9th grade PE and Adv PE will meet in the Auditorium for 1st period classes, then the gym for 2nd through 8th. There will be faculty and SCA students available to help direct parents. Thanks to the PTSO for supplying faculty dinner on Monday.
Reminder to seniors and juniors, we will sell the limited remaining parking passes at 8 on Tuesday September 9 in the auditorium.
The PTSO will meet at 7:00 pm on Tuesday September 9 in the Library. We are planning to have a School Improvement Team meeting with our Department Chairs on Friday September 12 at 9:15. If you would like to join us please let me know.
Our PTSO is partnering with Catalyst SAT prep. Catalyst’s SAT boot camp is a one weekend seminar with strategies for every question.
Location: Broad Run High School
Cost: Just $175 per student for the entire weekend and course materials
Schedule: Saturday, October 4th, 1pm - 5pm, Sunday, October 5th, 1pm - 5pm, Students attend both days.
To Enroll: Visit www.CatalystPrep.com and click on "Bootcamp Sign-Up" on the website menu bar.
A Portion of the Proceeds Directly Benefits The Broad Run PTSO!BRHS Weekly Info August 31, 2014Students, Parents, and Faculty,School starts Tuesday, and as a community we are ready. School starts at 9:00 am. Please note our bus schedules on the school web site (under site shortcuts). Plan for a little extra travel time, and drive safe. The ‘senior lot’ (by the fueling pumps) is first come first serve student parking this week only. The stadium lot is permit only student parking. Either lot can be used for drop off. We have limited parking, please plan accordingly.Students will report to their Spartan Seminar for 20 minutes at the beginning of each day this week. You can get the room numbers off the school web site as well (under Spartan Seminar). Please take time to review the forms coming home on the first day. There will be a few forms to return (signed) the next day (Wednesday) for locker assignments.Special thanks to the NHS students and SCA students involved in helping with our Spartan Kickoff and rising 9thgrade and new student events. Also, special thanks to the PTSO and the donations for our faculty lunch this past Thursday.Back to School Night is Monday September 8 at 6:30 pm. Parents report directly to their student’s first period.Friday was a great day for our rising 9thgrade and new students, for the Spartan Kickoff, and with our dedicated faculty and staff. I know it is going to be a great school year with our students, parents and faculty.Update August 29, 2014Tomorrow is the Spartan Kickoff. It begins at 1 pm and ends at 3pm. Various clubs and organizations will be selling food and drinks to include cotton candy, pizza, snow cones, chick-fil-a and much more. They will also advertise about their organization/club. So, come hungry. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow at the Fourth Annual Spartan Kickoff.BRHS Weekly Info - August 24, 2014Good evening BRHS families and friends. This week, our faculty and staff will continue to work individually and collectively in their classrooms and in meaningful staff development in order to prepare for the school year. The first day of school is Sept 2. Students will report to their Spartan Seminar (Advisory) at 9:00 am.Reminder, Thursday August 28 at 7:00 pm is our rising 9 and new student PARENT/GUARDIAN event. Friday at 9:30 am we will welcome the rising 9th graders and new STUDENTS, starting in the Auditorium for both events. The student orientation should end just before the Spartan Kickoff.Students will get a new copy of their schedule the first day of school. On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, School Counselors will only be working with students whose schedule is incomplete.The construction on a new bus loop is coming along. By the first day of school, we anticipate having the same student parking available, as well as parent drop off in the north (Stadium) lot, as last year. There is no new parking available yet. We will sell student parking as advertised, in an orderly manner.