Good Evening Computech Tiger Families,
This is Principal Berrett with your weekly announcements as we enter week 28 and the 4th quarter of the school year. Quarter 3 concluded last Friday, and our district will begin sending all report cards through emailed to the student’s district email address starting on March 30th.
Tomorrow, Monday, March 22, students will have advisory class beginning at 9am over Teams. It is important that students login on time, as teachers will be taking attendance for the day. Following advisory, students will be working on asynchronous assignments from each of their classes. Our students in targeted support groups will come in again from 9:30-12:30 with their small cohort. Immediately after advisory, our counselors will be sharing the last workshop in our Student Success Strategies Series on self-advocacy and school resources. We will be restarting the series as well as adding lessons around mindfulness, stress, and coping skills. Students can access those meetings over Teams through the Counseling Teams, and the links will be shared by advisory teachers.
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. Following this week is Spring Break, during which time students will not have school. We will resume on Tuesday, April 6th, at which time, 7th grade students that have chosen to return, will be on a hybrid schedule. Those that chose to remain distance will continue in the same way they do now. Our 8th grade students that chose a hybrid option to be in person will begin the following week, April 13th.
We continue to develop plans and guidelines for a safe return of students to campus following the break, for those that chose to be in person. You can expect to see a lot of information this week regarding the reopening of schools as we receive schedules and more detailed information from district. We will begin posting items mid to late week with regard to campus maps, diagrams, plans, and transportation once it is received, so that students that are planning to be on campus can begin looking through with their families. We will be putting out additional messengers this week as those plans are posted to our website.
School Site Council Members, we will be meeting this week on Wednesday, March 24th to look over the Single Plan for Student Achievement. That meeting is over Zoom at 6pm.
Parents: every year, our Federal Government and State requires us to inform parents of the current year’s statewide assessment and provide them with an opportunity to opt out. As you know, our Fresno Unified students are mandated to take statewide tests to provide us with valuable information about how well they are learning and becoming college and career ready. The test results are used for local, state, and federal accountability purposes. Please review the attached letter in English, Spanish, or Hmong, and please call our school if you have any questions: 559-457-2640 . 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.
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.
Our Tiger Pantry is available for students that may have needs such as clothing, school supplies, and hygiene items. You can put in a request on our website at computechstudents.com under “For Students.”
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.
March is arts in our schools month. Our quote of the week from renowned painter, Pablo Picasso, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Students, we encourage you to continue to use your imaginations, to aspire to greatness, and continue to be creative in your approach to the world and how to improve it. Have a great week Tigers!
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