Good Evening Computech Tiger Families,
This is Principal Berrett, with your weekly update as we enter week 8 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.
The first quarter ends this Friday, October 9th. If students or parents have questions, we encourage you to reach out to teachers via email, or setup a virtual meeting during teacher office hours. As class time is precious, we respectfully ask parents to setup times during office hours with teachers and not interrupt class time for students. You can email teachers directly from ATLAS by clicking on the teacher’s name in the Summary page where it lists students’ classes. Please communicate with your teachers early in the week regarding your grades.
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.
This last Friday we had a Club Rush event online for students to find out about clubs that are currently meeting, and to take a survey about clubs we may offer moving forward. You can see that presentation and submit a survey at the end of the presentation by clicking on the link here: Club Rush Presentation We encourage students to get involved.
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. This week we have Bingo. The student with the most wins at the end of the week will have a pizza sent to their house.
Our School Site Council has their first meeting this coming Wednesday, October 7th at 6pm. This meeting is held virtually. The agenda for the School Site Council Meeting is attached here. If you would like to attend the meeting, please email Mr. Berrett at Bradley.Berrett@fresnounified.org to receive a link to the meeting.
This last Friday, Fresno Unified Superintendent Bob Nelson shared that the district is taking a methodical, phased in approach of returning students to campus. Due to physical distancing requirements of 6 feet, we are not able to bring ALL students back at this time. For the remainder of the first semester, the district will be focused on phasing in small, stable cohorts of some of our highest-need students including foster and homeless youth, students with disabilities and our English language newcomers. To be clear, the goal with this first small cohort is to ensure they have a safe and reliable place to access internet and meals. They are continuing with distance learning-- this is not in-person instruction. As our superintendent shared, these targeted cohorts will start VERY small. When Fresno Unified has the green light from our health experts and agreement with our labor partners, the district will bring back additional small groups of targeted, high-need students. We will reach out to families directly should your student be in one of our future designated cohorts. To hear Superintendent Nelson’s full video message, parents can visit www.fresnounified.org or one of the district’s social media platforms.
Our office remains open between 8am and 4pm at 457-2640 if you are in need of support, or if you need a device, you can reach out to our site. Our Librarian, Mrs. Ward, has been very helpful with technology and device distribution and you can contact her during the school day on her Google line at 549-3758.
Your quote of the week from an unknown author, “Train your mind to see the good in the everything. Positivity is a choice. The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.” Recognize good things in the world, and when you see them, share them with others. Have a Great Week and Go Tigers!
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