Due to the pandemic, students, teachers, and staff are back on 100% Online/Distance Learning for Fall 2020. State COVID19 Website
This is where you can find answers about Distance Learning, in addition to the Distance Learning page that is on the District Office website. Updates are being made as information is received.
The ASVAB for Military focused students can be taken through a recruiter off-campus. Seniors and Juniors may be called by Recruiters through the school year. It is HIGHLY recommended to study or review for the ASVAB as your score will reflect the jobs you can get into.
How much time should I be spending on distance learning?
Every student is different. We do not expect students to be sitting in front of their computer 7 hours a day, however, it is strongly recommended that students perform work daily. Distance learning requires students to take initiative and complete work every day.
Do I have access to my Counselor?
Yes, although she is unable to meet in person, she is able to assist you virtually through email, Google Classroom and Google Meet during regular school hours Monday – Friday (9am- 3pm). Reach out to her with any of your questions, concerns or needs.
Clarissa Bellotti Mrs. Bellotti can be reached at: Clarissa.email@example.com
Sarah Yonan Ms Yonan can be reached at: Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can I contact about new enrollment, transcripts and work permits?
Laura Dillian, our registrar, can be contacted for new enrollments, transcript requests and work permits and can be reached at: email@example.com
I would like to buy my own Chromebook, which model should I buy?
This is what we’re using and recommend: https://www.asus.com/us/Commercial-Laptops/ASUS-Chromebook-C202SA/
Have any more questions? Email your counselor, your teacher, or call the Front Desk