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  • Report Cards

    Report cards will be mailed home on Friday, November 20. Thank you parents, guardians, family, friends, neighbors, and all other stakeholders for supporting our students through virtual learning.

    If you have questions or concerns, please contact your child's teachers to schedule a phone or virtual conference.

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  • Attendance during Virtual Learning

    We recognize that promoting regular school attendance is a key component in the successful growth and development of all students. To maximize student learning, we ask that students and families are mindful of our district attendance policy. In our current virtual state, we are requiring the following:

    - Students must sign-in for ZOOM instruction for all classes and remain online until the teacher ends the ZOOM session.

    - Students must complete and return all assignments when due.

    - Students must be actively engaged in class. This means that students must respond in a timely manner to teachers and peers.

    - For students who are turning in paper and pencil packets on Fridays, the expectation is that the students must contact their teacher(s) twice weekly to clarify assignments.

    Students must participate via Zoom or contact their teachers twice weekly; and submit completed assignments on Fridays to be marked present.

    For more information, please reference the attendance letter included in report cards or call the main office.

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  • ASVAB Testing

    It is that time of the year again for ASVAB testing! Details are below:

    Sign up at the link here: ASVAB Sign Up Sheet.

    Date: Monday, December 7, 2020
    Time: 8:00am-12:00pm
    Location:  SCHS Cafeteria
    Deadline to sign up for testing is Wednesday, December 2, 2020.
    Transportation and lunch will be provided.
    Masks are required and COVID-19 protocols will be followed.
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  • Tech Support

    SCPS has an excellent Technology Department that is available to assist students and families with issues with Chromebooks, laptops, and other electronic devices through virtual learning.

    If you are experiencing trouble with your device, please contact your child's teacher. Be clear in your description of what is going wrong. Teachers will submit an tech ticket and then arrangements will be made to service your device.

    Do not bring computers or devices to school without an appointment. A tech ticket must be submitted before repairs will be made.

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