Dates To Remember for Parents - May/June 2018

Senior Projects, LABs and finals, Memorial Day weekend, and ceremonies - it's a lot to keep track of, so please refer to this list of upcoming dates and deadlines.
Monday, May 21
Senior Projects begin

Tuesday, May 22
Acting I Final – 6:00 PM

Wednesday, May 23
Acting II Final – 6:00 PM

Friday, May 25
End of Fourth Quarter

Monday, May 28
Memorial Day – No School

Tuesday, May 29 - Thursday, May 31
Learning Assessment Blocks
Buses depart 12:50PM

Friday, June 1
Learning Assessment Blocks/Make-up Assessments
Buses depart 10:30AM

Saturday, June 2
Textbook Sale — 9:00 AM

Monday, June 4
Senior Project Presentations – 8:15AM
(Seniors arrive at 8:00AM)
Projects provide students the opportunity to merge interests, passions, and curiosity with the skills they have learned throughout their career at Williams. Each Senior will present a 10 minute reflection on their experience for parents, faculty and guests.
All Juniors are required to attend.

Monday, June 4
Middle School Moving Up Ceremony - 4:00PM
Sixth, seventh and eighth graders arrive at 3:30PM to assemble in the Daren Performing Arts Center (PAC) balcony. The ceremony will begin in Evans Hall, Cummings Arts Center, directly across from our front entrance, at 4:00PM, followed by a reception in the Weissman Student Center. All sixth, seventh and eighth grade students are required to attend, and formal dress is expected.

Tuesday, June 5
Senior Night - 4:00PM
Seniors arrive at 3:30PM and meet in the Williams Room. Juniors and sophomores are encouraged to attend and will meet in the front hallway. The program will start at 4:00PM, in Evans Hall, Cummings Art Center, directly across from our front entrance, followed by a reception in the Weissman Student Center. All seniors and their parents are invited to attend Senior Night. Appropriate attire is expected: jacket, tie, and pants; dress, skirt, or pantsuit; no shorts, sneakers, or flip-flops.

Wednesday, June 6
Commencement for the Class of 2018 - 3:00PM
Seniors will meet at 1:30PM at Harkness Chapel to pick up their roses and boutonnieres. Class picture will be taken in front of Harkness Chapel at 2:00PM. Seniors reconvene in the Williams Room to process to Palmer Auditorium. Appropriate attire includes light colored pants, dark blue jacket with light colored shirt and suitable tie; or a white dress or formal white pantsuit. No sneakers or flip-flops are allowed. All school rules remain in effect before and after ceremonies. It should be noted that all citizenship expectations for students apply to Williams School events held on the Connecticut College campus. Please note that a reception will be held in the Weissman Student Center immediately following Commencement.
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