Semester 2, Week ending March 6, 2020

Posted by Cindy Leaman on 3/6/2020 5:00:00 PM

Good Evening,

This is the end of week 5 for Semester 2.  We are in the final week of count month.  I would like to thank all the students who completed their Wednesday, Moodle Check-in.  There are still a few students who have not and the instructors will be contacting you individually.  If your instructor contacts you, please do it right away.  (The Moodle Check-In can even be completed on a phone.)

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:

March 10 – Proctoring Center closed, no school

March 17 – Middle School Students Only – Math Club, Skyline 6 pm

March 17 – Summer term and 20-21 School Year Information Night at Skyline, 6:30 pm

March 30-April 3 – No proctoring Spring Break, classes not monitored by teachers

April 7 – mid-point for the semester and the first proctored test should be taken

April 10- Last day for Middle School Math students to move to another class this year

April 28 – Parent Teacher Conference Skyline Commons 5:00-6:30 pm (proctoring open)

April 29- Parent-Teacher Conferences – by Zoom invite 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

May 5 – Proctoring Center closed, no school

May 5 – Proctoring Center closed, no school

June 4 - Last day to return paperwork for an extension

June 11 – Last day of the term, classes close

 

 

Parent and Student Note for the week:

Summer Term information is now on our webpage under the new student tab.  Students will be able to sign up beginning May 1, 2020.  There is a limit to the number of students we accept in each class during the summer term.  Class enrollment is on a first come first serve basis.  The summer term is 5 weeks, from June 29-July 31.  Students who are working more than 20 hours a week or going away to camp during this time should not take a summer class.  There are no extensions or withdrawals and the final grade will go on the high school transcript.  You must also be in town for the proctoring.  If you need or want a class we highly recommend that you sign up on May 1 or at least during the first week.   Once the classes are filled, we begin a waiting list.  Students who have finished grade 7 can take a high school course (with the exception of Personal Fitness and Health) as long as the prerequisite has been fulfilled.  Review all the information on our webpage or attend an informational meeting on March 17, 2020, at Skyline in the auditorium from 6:30-7:30 pm.  We will also be discussing and answering questions about online learning for the 20-21 school year at this meeting.

 

Have a great week,

Cindy Leaman