Good Evening Computech Tiger Families,
This is Principal Berrett with your weekly message as we enter week 21 of the school year. As a reminder, this message is also available on our website at computechstudents.com under “Announcements.” Our district continues to watch the Covid-19 Case rates, and while they recently have begun to decrease, we are not able to bring back our cohorts until we have less than 20 cases per 100,000 people. We will continue to update you as that draws closer, based on the reported cases.
This week we begin on Monday with advisory class scheduled from 9-9:30am. Students can see their advisory teacher on their schedule in ATLAS. Students will join their advisory class in Microsoft Teams, where attendance will be taken and teachers will be sharing a video of our Edison Region Black History Month Presentation, “Lift Every Voice.” This same presentation will be showing on our district’s webpage at 6pm tomorrow evening for families and community members to view. Our very own Taya Bohanon is featured in the presentation. It is important that all students join their advisory lesson, as that is our attendance taking course for the day. The rest of Monday for students will be spent doing asynchronous learning . This is 30 minutes of independent work that is assigned for each class, that students can find by by going to www.computechstudents.com and then clicking on the Staff page, and then looking for your teachers, and clicking on “Agenda and Syllabus” under each teacher’s name. There is a brief video on our website under “For Families” and “Tips for Families,” and you may call our office if you need assistance.
On Tuesday, February 2nd, students will attend odd period classes, 1, 3, 5, and 7. They will be attending even period classes on Wednesday, odd classes on Thursday, and even classes on Friday.
This week is National School Counselor’s Week. We appreciate our counselors, and they have various events that they will be sending invites for students to attend this week, including a virtual tour of Fresno State this Friday over Teams. Students, watch your emails and Teams this week for invites from counselors.
We invite all students to share a kind thought to our kindness board at the following link: http://bit.ly/KindTigers. Students can also add to our kindness collage at: http://bit.ly/ComputechTigerSpirit. We received over 200 kindness posts last week, on our way to our goal of 500, with over 100 people participating, and over 600 responses to posts. Keep spreading kindness Tigers!
For students interested in participating in Tournament of Technology, Mr. Piffero and Mr. Vizthum are beginning to recruit teams of students. Please contact them if you are interested in participating in various technology competitions.
Our 7th grade students began taking the second iReady diagnostic in Math and English. This helps us to monitor learning progress and plan for future instruction. We ask that students give a good effort to complete these this week.
Families, Fresno Unified is holding meetings for our Local Control and Accountability Plan, in which you have an opportunity to share input on how budgets are allocated. Edison region’s LCAP meeting is on February 2nd at 6pm. Please see the attached flyer , or visit fresnounified.org for more information.
School Site Council members, we will be moving this week’s meeting back one week, to February 10th at 6pm, updated emails will be sent out with meeting details.
Tutor.com is still available through Clever and our ASES After School Program is available through Teams each day between 2:45 and 5:30pm.
Our Tiger Pantry is available to students that have needs, including clothing, hygiene items, and school supplies. That is found on our school website under “For Students.”
To check out books from our Library, students can go to the Library tab on our website, or call or text our librarian, Mrs. Ward, at 549-3758.
Our main office is open between 8am and 4pm Monday through Friday. If you are in need of support, you can call us at 457-2640. In the event that you are coming to the office, please call ahead and park in the visitor’s lot directly in front of the office.
As we begin Black History Month, our quote of the week comes from Rosa Parks. ”You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right.” Ms. Parks was willing to stand up for her ideals, and did so in a peaceful but powerful manner. Today we have opportunities to stand up for what is right, and to encourage others to treat everyone with dignity and respect. Let us all use our knowledge and our voices for good. Have a great week Tigers!
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