Good Evening Computech Tiger Families,
This is Principal Berrett with your weekly announcements as we enter week 24 of the school year. Our cohort of students that was previously on campus prior to Thanksgiving, will once again be able to return to campus tomorrow. We have been calling the families involved in that cohort. Additionally, we are projected to bring in a few Monday targeted support groups beginning March 8th. We will begin making phone calls to families this week for a few Monday cohort groups. As a reminder, all students will remain learning over distance learning. These cohorts are additional supports for small groups of 10 to get additional help. For the most up to date information on reopening plans, please visit www.fresnounified.org.
Progress reports were emailed out to students’ Fresno Unified email addresses last week from district office. Families, please take some time to review your student’s progress with them and reach out to teachers and counselors for support if needed. A reminder that 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. We highly encourage students to use these resources.
Tomorrow, Monday, February 22, students will have advisory class beginning at 9am over Teams. Following that advisory time, students will be working on asynchronous assignments from each of their classes. On Tuesday, 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. Please note that due to changes in teacher development days, next Monday, March 1st is now a regular asynchronous day of learning.
Black Student Union, Leadership, and Art Classes are hosting an Art Contest in honor of Black History Month. The theme is “Celebration of Black Families, Past and Present.” We are asking for submissions that celebrate the diversity of African American Families, while honoring tradition and culture. As with all of our School Spirit Activities, you can submit your artwork at the following link: http://bit.ly/ComputechTigerSpirit. Entries will be accepted until Friday, February 26.
Our Black Student Union Club meets every Tuesday at lunch, and is excited to share that Lindsay Callahan, President and CEO of the United Way in Fresno and Madera Counties is speaking with us about her wide range of experiences. We invite any and all students and family members that are interested to attend the Zoom Meeting: Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 821 7107 5905
For students interested in participating in Tournament of Technology, Mr. Piffero and Mr. Vizthum are beginning to recruit teams of students. Please contact them or click on the banner message on our school website if you are interested in participating in various technology competitions.
Computech families - Our school needs your input to help guide our decision-making for the upcoming year. This week, you will receive a Climate and Culture survey link and QR code by email for you to complete a brief online survey using a computer, tablet, or smartphone. Details about the online survey are noted in your email. Please complete the survey by March 5th! We greatly value your feedback and appreciate you taking a few quick minutes to share your input regarding your child’s experience at school. If you have any questions, please contact us at 457-2640. Thank you.
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.
In honor of Black History Month, our quote of the week comes from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” This is a powerful reminder that we hold in common our desire to be people of character and integrity, while at the same time we have opportunities to celebrate our diversity and affirm individuals and cultures. Each person you meet has inherent value, let’s treat one another accordingly. See the value in yourself and others and help others to do the same. Have a great week Tigers!
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