Good Evening Computech Tiger Families,
This is Principal Berrett, with your weekly update as we enter week 10 of the school year. You can find this communication on www.computechstudents.com under the “Announcements” tab. This week we will begin on Monday with odd block schedule. Students will be attending periods 1, 3, 5, and 7 tomorrow, and then attending even block periods on Tuesday.
We started a very small cohort of students on campus last week, that remain learning online, but are in a safe and stable working environment with internet access. These students still participate in online classes, as we make a very slow and deliberate effort across our district to provide a safe and stable learning environment with high quality instruction during a pandemic. We will continue online learning at least in secondary, through this semester, while we continue to bring small cohorts on campus in a safe manner, as regulations allow. For more information on our district's stance on bringing students on campuses, you can find information on fresnounified.org.
Thank you to our Leadership students, Ms. Valdivia, and Ms. Reedy for putting on our first ever virtual rally last Friday during lunch. It was fun seeing students’ talents. This last week, Counselor Ortiz presented on Schools of Choice and High School Pathways for our 8th grade students. If you have questions, please contact Counselor Ortiz.
To better support students with distance learning, the district has launched a new partnership with Tutor.com to provide free online tutoring. Through Tutor.com, students can access homework and tutoring support in more than 120 subjects at the very moment they need it, even if it’s late at night or on the weekend. This exciting student support tool launched district-wide the week of Oct. 12 and is available every weekday from 2:00 PM to 9:00 AM and 24 hours on weekends. Students can access the service by logging into Clever and selecting tutor.com. You will find more information on the flyers at the bottom of this post.
Parents and students can view the walkthrough tutorial using this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlAGdR1scQs&ab_channel=Tutor.com
If you want your student to have access to the ASES After School Program, please go to the link on the Computech website under the After School tab and fill out the enrollment survey. That allows us to provide them an invitation through Teams each day between 2:45 and 5:30pm. Students can utilize it at their convenience. The program is free and open to all students.
Students are able to check out books from the Library. There is a tutorial on the Library page of computechstudents.com demonstrating how to request books. Students can pick up books Monday through Friday from 8am-3:45pm. If you have questions, you can call or text our librarian, Mrs. Ward, at 559-549-3758.
Mr. Brown continues with our Tiger Lunchtime Lounge. You can join the fun by going into Teams, clicking on “Join or Create Teams”, and entering the code, zx8uc04.
Our office remains open between 8am and 4pm. If you are in need of support, you can call us at 457-2640.
Your quote of the week from professional boxer, activist, and philanthropist, Muhammad Ali, “What you're thinking is what you're becoming.” We encourage our students to be thinking positively about their interests and pursuits. To think critically, ask questions, and look to solve problems. Spend your time in thoughts and activities that are worthy of your time and will help you become more skilled, more knowledgeable, and better equipped to make a positive impact on your community and the world. Have a Great Week and Go Tigers!
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