New bell schedule announced for next year
(February 27, 2017)
Brad Womack, junior/senior high school principal, met with students seventh-11th grade this morning in the Performing Arts Center to explain the new bell schedule next year. After discussing several options with students, teachers, administrators, site councils, etc., Womack chose to go with a blended schedule next year for junior and senior high school students. The blended schedule combines the two concepts of traditional schedule and block schedule.
See next year’s schedule below. Also, look for an in-depth article in the March issue of the student-produced newspaper, The Eagle Times, about the schedule change.
Administration considers blended schedule next year
(February 15, 2017)
Article by Lexi Cobb, high school journalist
The Silver Lake administration is contemplating a change for next school year that would impact both junior high and senior high students and faculty. Silver Lake High School Principal Brad Womack explained what types of schedule changes are being discussed.
“The two main schedules that I am looking at would be one that is a traditional seven period day, and one that’s called ‘blended.’ What that would look like is one where you would see every teacher three days a week, and then the other two