SRHS Weekly Updates as of 2-4-24

SRHS Weekly Updates as of 2-4-24
Posted on 02/04/2024

Dear Falcon Families,

Hopefully you were able to stay safe during this week’s rain. Overall the school has held up well with minimal leaks and no real issues. If your family or a close friend was impacted by the recent storms, below there is a link to helpful resources. Feel free to share. In today’s update I’ve included a community survey from our Scripps Ranch School’s Committee, information about this week’s Wednesday College Series, a save the date for the upcoming WACAC College Fair, and more. Please see below for the latest updates as of 2-4-24. 

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


Upcoming Calendar Events for January, February & March

  • 2/12: Early Out Modified Monday (school ends at 2:23pm)

  • 2/16 & 2/19: No school due to President’s Day Weekend

  • 2/26: Early Out Modified Monday (school ends at 2:23pm)

  • 3/1: End of Grading Period 3

  • 3/11: Early Out Modified Monday (school ends at 2:23pm)

  • 3/25 :Early Out Modified Monday (school ends at 2:23pm)

  • 4/1-4/5: Spring Break - No School

  • 4/15: Early Out Modified Monday (school ends at 2:23pm)

  • 4/19: End of Grading Period 4

  • 4/22: Early Out Modified Monday (school ends at 2:23pm)

Storm Resources

For links to resources/support for flooding or other issues caused by the recent storms, please see the following message from Superintendent Jackson (this was the same message sent on Wednesday 1-31-24): Storm Watch Update and Preparedness

Interested in STEAM programs in our schools? - Survey closes February 5th
The Scripps Ranch Schools Committee has released a survey to gather community input regarding the new Scripps Mesa STEAM Educational Program. This project is being built at the new Livia complex at the corner of Scripps Poway Parkway and Spring Canyon Drive and will offer students STEAM educational opportunities. See this link for SDUSD’s complete presentation on the space. Participant feedback will be compiled and discussed at the February 21 Schools Committee meeting. Final results will be shared with the district. The survey is open now and will close on Monday, February 5. Please take this opportunity to complete the survey and share your feedback so that our community can help advise the district on the best use of space. Thank you for your participation.  -Scripps Ranch Schools Committee

Wednesday Career Series

The Scripps Ranch High School Foundation is excited to announce the Wednesday Career Series continues! This week's presentation, scheduled for February 7th, will feature Careers in Civil Engineering with Maryam Alodeesh from American Society of Civil Engineers, SDSU. All  presentations will be held in person in the library from 12:55-1:25pm.  Please visit the Scripps Ranch High School Foundation's College Corner for more information:

WACAC College Fair

Save the Date: WACAC Fair will be held in the SRHS Gym on Saturday, March 23rd from 1-3pm.  This fair is open to all students in San Diego County.  Here is the list of 124 colleges that have registered so far:

Senior Attendance Meetings & Letters

To be proactive, all seniors with AZTWs in their PowerSchool attendance since 9/5 will get a chance to sit down with an associate principal or attendance designee to review their attendance, ask questions, and sign up for a recovery option such as lunch detention or SR6 Saturday sessions. Senior students who recover their AZTWs can regain eligibility for prom and the graduation ceremony. Proactive letters will go home to senior parents and students by the end of February. Students should recover their attendance by March 20th. View remaining SR6 dates and sign-up information (Available to all students). Lunch detention sign-ups available to students via Google classroom. 

Counseling Updates 

Counselors will be meeting one on one with 10th grade students this week through their English classes. Families, click here to see the latest updates from the SRHS counseling team. 

North Island Credit Union 2024 Scholarship Program

  • $30,000 in scholarships will be provided by North Island C.U. to recognize students who are motivated in their academic studies and active in their schools and communities.

  • Eligibility includes high school seniors who maintain a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0, academic performance, school or community involvement, a letter of recommendation and an essay submission.

  • Applications are available through March 8, winners will be announced April 8

  • For more information and to apply:

The following section contains relevant reminders from previous weekly updates

Summer School Updates - Reminder

This summer school email was sent out to all families Saturday 1/20 with information regarding summer school. We will be hosting summer school at Scripps Ranch High School, June 12th - July 12th (No classes held 6/19, 7/4, 7/5). Students will be able to take up to four credits. Starting Monday 1/29, students can begin working with their counselor to enroll. For additional information on summer programs, see the SDUSD Extended Learning Website.

Grad Nite Tickets on Sale - Reminder

Shared on behalf of the SRHS Foundation and the Grad Nite Committee:

We're thrilled to announce that Grad Nite 2024 tickets will be available for purchase from February 1 to March 31. This unforgettable night is scheduled for Friday, June 7, 2024 – a celebration you won't want to miss!

To secure your spot and for more information, please visit our Grad Nite webpage: Don't miss out on the chance to create lasting memories with your fellow graduates. Get ready for a night of fun, laughter, and celebration as we bid farewell to high school in style!

Class of 2024 Graduation Website - Reminder

We are at the start of preparing for graduation on June 6, 2024. Please check the school website at and select the Graduation 2024 tab. We will update the website regularly as we finalize more details.

The Falcon Playhouse Presents Big Fish - Reminder

This year the Falcon Playhouse plans to entice viewers with stories beyond their wildest dreams from the weekends of February 29th to March 2nd and March 7th to March 9th. Big Fish the musical tells the story of a man, Edward Bloom, and how his imagination has shaped and continues to affect his relationships with others. On his deathbed, Edward Bloom comes face to face with reality, but he never fails to let go of his inspiring tales. Edward and his son, Will, share a complicated relationship that is shoved to the forefront of the musical. Despite the conflict, Big Fish ends on a heartwarming note, giving homage to fatherhood, and displaying the beauty within Edwards narratives. Big Fish will elevate the Falcon Playhouse and convey the importance of storytelling, which is vital to actors and technicians everywhere. To get more information and purchase tickets, visit our website,


That’s all for today. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday!  



Matt Lawson, Ed.D


Scripps Ranch High School

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