• Brandy Parnell

Name Pronunciation and Name Spelling for Seniors


Being that I am leaving Magnet, I am trying to get some work done ahead of time to prepare for your graduation ceremony. There are two things I need from each of you:

Step One

One thing that the school will need to know is how to pronounce your full name at the graduation ceremony. Please take a moment to complete this quick survey to provide name pronunciation information. I need every senior to complete this survey even if you think your name is not hard to pronounce. Here is the survey:

Step Two

I have asked each English IV teacher to pass around a name spelling verification list. It is printed on neon green paper. When you receive this in your English IV class, please verify the spelling of your full name (first, middle, and last) and sign the form to confirm it is correct. Make any corrections on the document itself. A few things to keep in mind for the name spelling verification:

1. You must indicate any accents or diacritical marks that are in your name, if applicable. Write these on the document.

2. You must indicate if your name has a suffix (must match your birth certificate). Write this on the document.

3. You must sign the form next to your name.

Please let me know if you have any questions!

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