Good Evening Computech Tiger Families,
This is Principal Berrett hoping that you have all enjoyed your Spring break. We are headed into week 29 of the school year and we are excited to welcome some of our students back in person this week. Our overall schedule remains the same, with advisory and asynchronous learning on Mondays with small targeted cohorts from 9:30am-12:30pm. Tuesday through Friday schedules will remain the same schedules, and students in cohort C that are continuing over distance will continue in the same manner as before the break. This week, all 8th grade students will continue over distance learning.
7th grade students in cohort A will be in person tomorrow, April 6th and will be attending their odd period classes, 1, 3, 5, and 7. This same group will also be in person on Wednesday, April 7th, attending even period classes. 7th grade students in cohort B will be in person on Thursday, April 8th and Friday, April 9th.
As a reminder our 8th grade cohorts A and B will begin in-person learning next week, starting on April 13th.
For students in cohorts A and B, we ask that families visit www.computechstudents.com and review the Reopening PowerPoint that is located there, which contains information for drop off, passing/break, lunch, and dismissal, along with campus maps and expectations. Prior to coming to campus, please make sure that all students take the health screener. If a student does not feel well on campus, we have to call parents to pick up the student, as they will not be able to ride the bus if they do not feel well. Also a reminder that all students must wear masks and socially distance while on campus.
Transportation schedules are on www.fresnounified.org and we have also put them up on our website at www.computechstudents.com. Please note there is a schedule for Tuesday-Friday in the morning for transportation to Edison/Computech and then there is a schedule for Tuesday-Friday in the afternoon for routes home. There is a separate schedule for Monday targeted groups that remains the same as prior to break.
For parents that are planning on dropping off your students, please see the map on our website. We ask that cars enter from church and Fairview, enter into the East Parking lot just north of the Hinton Center, circle through the parking lot, and drop your student off nearest the double gates. This helps to keep traffic flowing.
School Site Council Members, we have a scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 7th that we would like to move back to Thursday, April 8th due to a conflict. That meeting will still be held at 6pm that evening. Click here for the agenda, containing the link to the meeting .
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 park in the visitor’s lot directly in front of the office.
Finally, I would like to take a moment to share that Computech is one of just 5 secondary schools in Fresno County that is being recognized as a California Distinguished School. This award is given to schools that have closed the achievement gap and demonstrate exceptional student performance. This is a testament to the work of our teachers, supporting staff, students, and families. Thank you for continuing to strive to do your best, despite challenges. Which leads me to our quote of the week from Albert Einstein, “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” This last year has been challenging, but we are learning through our experiences. I hope that you have found strengths within yourself that you may not have known before, and an ability to overcome adversity. Look for the opportunities each day, look for the wins, for the good in the world, and let’s share those to encourage those around us. Remember, attitude determines altitude. Have a great week Tigers!
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