Parent Message 6-5-22

Parent Message 6-5-22
Posted on 06/05/2022

Dear Falcon Families,

It was a pleasure honoring some of our seniors at our Thursday Senior Awards Ceremony. Congratulations to those seniors who received scholarships/department recognition and congratulations to the entire Class of 2022 for your success. I am looking forward to seeing everyone at graduation in their caps and gown, celebrating their hard work over the past 4 years. We are headed into our last full week of school for the 2021-22 school year. Reminder that this Friday, June 10th, is an early out minimum day. School will end at 1:41pm on that day. In today’s update I have included information regarding important senior dates coming up, continuing student enrollment packets, counseling updates and more. See below for the latest updates as of 6-5-22.

* Please forward this message to your child’s email account so they have all the latest info.

Upcoming Calendar Events for May/June

6/7 – 6/9: Senior Finals

6/10, 6/13, 6/14: Finals Early Out Minimum Days

6/14: Last day of school for students; Graduation at 5pm

Important Dates for Seniors You can view the important dates for seniors by going to the Link: Class of 2022 Graduation Website. June 10th is rehearsal, June 13th is cap and gown distribution, and June 14th is the big day!

Textbook and Materials Return

Students are scheduled to return textbooks and materials with their English classes, please have your students check with their English teachers for the return day and time. Seniors are scheduled for Monday June 6, all Seniors will turn in their Chromebooks. Juniors will come in Tuesday June 7. Both Freshmen and Sophomores are scheduled for Wed June 8 and Thursday June 9. The library is open 7:45am to 4:00pm every day if you miss your return day or need to keep your materials a little longer. Here are the steps to see outstanding material:

Go to Destiny.sandi.net

Choose Scripps Ranch High School from the High School drop down menu on the left side

Click Log In in the upper right corner

Enter ID/Password where asked

Click My Info and all outstanding materials will be listed

Continuing Student Enrollment Packets

Continuing Student Enrollment Packets were handed out to students this week through their 4th period teacher. If your student was not given a packet, please have them see Mrs. Kish in the counseling office ASAP.

Early Out Final Minimum Days for June - Reminder

On June 10, 13 and 14 there will be early out minimum days for students in grades 9 – 11. School will begin at 8:45am and will end at 1:41pm. Friday, June 10th will be periods 1 and 3 finals, Monday, June 13th will be periods 2 and 4 finals, and Tuesday, June 14th will be periods 5 and 6 finals. For the senior finals, there will be no modified schedule and no minimum days. During senior finals, the days will be the normal bell schedule where school begins at 8:45am and ends at 3:33pm.

CAASPP Update for 11th and 12th Grade Families

For students that were absent during CAASPP testing, we will continue holding makeup sessions next week. Students pulled from classes for makeups will be excused from their classes to finish the CAASPP and or CAST. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Vice Principal, Amy Hines [email protected]

Counseling Updates

SRHS Summer School

Students who have already signed up for summer school received an email from our counseling secretary, Sandy Kish, in their student account on Friday, June 3rd. If your student did not receive an email in their student account and think they need summer school, please have them go see their counselor during lunch. This summer there are two sessions for students to remediate up to 4 semesters of courses (4 credits), 2 classes each session. Each session is 3 weeks long. Session 1 is June 21st- July 8th (July 4th is a holiday, so there is no school that day) and session 2 is July 11th – July 29th. School hours are 9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. If a student only needs to make up one class, they will only need to attend school for the 2 hours their class is in session. Students who miss more than 2 days will be dropped from summer school.

School sites are still working with the district on finalizing summer school and scheduling students.

Summer Level-Up Opportunities Click here to be directed to the district summer school website. If you scroll to the bottom of their webpage you will see listing information for the Level-Up Programs.

Level Up UC Scout Summer Classes

This is regarding the UC Scout AP courses being offered through the district Level Up Enrichment Summer Program.

The summer school office recently obtained UC SCOUT access codes and communicated those to families on May 21 and May 22. If a student does not receive communication at that time, it means they are on a waitlist. They had many more requests than access codes available. If your

student receives an email with an access code, make sure they sign up in the time frame given in the message so they do not lose their spot. Students on the waitlist could still receive a code in the future if space opens up.

Course Level Change Requests

From May 23rd-June 3rd, students were given the opportunity to review their course requests in PowerSchool and request level changes for core subject classes, e.g., Social Studies, English, Math, Science, Language Other Than English-LOTE, or PE. Once a request is made, no additional follow-up is needed. If the counselor is able to accommodate the change, it will be visible at Kick-Off. Counselors will review ALL submissions and will make changes when possible. Electives are still tentative as we finalize schedules, therefore elective class change requests will be accepted at Kick-Off.

Courses taken outside of the School District (SDUSD)- Applies to courses taken while enrolled at SRHS

Please be aware that grades from other institutions outside of SDUSD authorized classes/programs will NOT be added to the student’s transcript at SRHS. Students taking these classes will get the recognition when they apply to college by adding the institution to their college application and including the course title and grade earned.

SDUSD classes and authorized programs (e.g., Level-up summer classes offered through our district) can go on the transcript per usual. Students may speak with a counselor if they have any questions.

SENIOR (Class of 2022)

Final Transcript Requests for Seniors: As students decide what their plans are for next year, they may need to request a final transcript sent on their behalf once they have earned their diploma. Please click here for information to share with your student about requesting their Final Transcript. Once a student has submitted their request they will receive an auto-response confirming their form was received, they do not need to send a follow-up email.

That’s all for today. Thanks and I hope you enjoy the rest of your Sunday.

Sincerely,

Matt Lawson, Ed.D

Principal

Scripps Ranch High School

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