In the News This Week
MONTH 10 ATTENDANCE
Due at your year-end conference with your Supervising Teacher. They will guide you individually, as to what you and your teen needs to do, to successfully wrap-up this last semester and prep for the fall.
PLEASE BRING TO YOUR TEACHER YOUR LIBRARY CHECK-OUT SHEET
WHEN YOU MEET FOR YOUR CONFERENCE
Coast Redwood High School Graduation
We invite all of you to be our guests at our 16th Annual High School Graduation on Friday, June 3 at 12:30 at the Fall Creek Outdoor Amphitheater. Please plan to carpool as parking will be limited. You may park at the Fall Creek / Ludlow lot, or along the maintenance road, or along the baseball field or in the campus parking lot near CRHS and walk up across the tennis courts and AROUND the football field (not across the turf or track please. Street shoes destroy the rubber track and turf) towards Fall Creek / Charter Office and the AquaCulture room.
COAST REDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOKS HAVE ARRIVED!
See Keidi to get on now! $35.00. The 2016 yearbook is FANTASTIC and filled with wonderful 2015-2016 memories.
11th -12th grade Student Welcome
Friday, August 19, 2016
Coast Redwood High School Rooms P3 and P4
9th - 10th Grade Student Welcome
Coast Redwood High School
Monday, August 22, 2016
Coast Redwood High School Rooms P3 and P4
BOARD TRUSTEE VACANCY (Trustee Area 5)
May 10, 2016 by Vickie Bergquist
Lea Dakota, long-time Board Trustee, turned in her letter of resignation on Wednesday, May 4, 2016, effective Thursday, May 5, 2016. Lea worked in the SLV District in various positions for seventeen years. She later took a seat on the Board of Trustees, where she has served for the past twelve years. The SLV District is thankful for Lea’s service and wishes her well in her retirement.
The District is currently accepting applications for this Board vacancy. Applicants MUST reside in Trustee Area 5 (parts of Felton, Lompico and/or Zayante). To check for eligibility, please contact 831-336-5194 and ask for Vickie. All applications are due to the SLV Superintendent’s Office at 325 Marion Avenue, Ben Lomond, before 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 27, 2016.
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY
MARY HARPIN, GALLERY HOST COORDINATOR
Saturday, May 28th - September 2016
12 volunteer positions available
Must apply by Sunday, May 22nd
- You must attend all mandatory gallery hosting days
- Work collaboratively with other community program interns and staff
- Actively and enthusiastically represent the Museum in the community
- Gallery host at select events
- Creatively problem solve new ways of interpreting and engaging visitors arouns museum exhibitions
- Be welcoming, friendly, outgoing adn an advocate and ambassador for the MAH in and outside of the museum
Please send resume via email to Mary Harpin, Gallery Host Coordinator at maryh@santacruzmah by May 22, 2016.
SCOTTS VALLEY POLICE DEPT. EXPLORER PROGRAM
Applications are now being accepted. In order to qualify as an Explorer Candidate you must meet the following qualifications 14-20 years of age, email your application and essay of why you want to be a Police Explorer (preferable as a PDF or Word file) to email@example.com or drop it off at the Scotts Valley Police Department. Lastly you must presently be enrolled in school with at least a “C” average. For more information contact Detective Efraim Contreras SV Police Dept. 831-440-5655 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CABRILLO COLLEGE SUGGESTED COURSES FOR CONCURRENT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
CABRILLO COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT RELEASE FORM
Cabrillo High School Release Form
Cabrillo's new Concurrent Enrollment Form is now available on our website! The old form will still be accepted but please do NOT fill out section numbers unless you are using them to restrict the student's hours of attendance at Cabrillo. If section numbers are listed on the form those will be the only sections the student will be able to register for. In general we will be approving the student at the course level so that they can register in any available section through WebAdvisor on or after their priority date and time. This will also allow them to add/drop sections of approved courses through WebAdvisor.
Another change is that, since we are not actually registering the student, the student does not have to be present for us to process the form. Someone else can now bring the form to Admissions and Records for the student, we will process it at the window and return it to the person who brought it in. Forms may also be emailed to email@example.com with the subject "Concurrent Registration" and will be processed within two working days. We can not accept faxes since we need the ability to respond to the student if the form is incomplete, or we have not received their current semester application to the college. If there is a problem we will respond to emails via the email address from which the form was received.
Please note that parent/guardian signatures are required for ALL high school students, even those age 18 and over.
COLLEGE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS START HERE
The following links are reference materials for students planning to apply for four-year State Universities and UC.
Community Colleges such as Cabrillo College, do not require the SAT/ACT, however admissions does require course placement tests in English and in Math. For additional information, please refer to our links/tabs noted above under GUIDANCE and ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS TO COLLEGE
The SAT and other College Board tests are offered several times a year. Most students take the SAT for the first time during the spring of their junior year and a second time during the fall of their senior year.
Create a test-taking schedule based on your college application plan.
SAT SIGN-UPS (June 4) - www.sat.org/register
Regular Registration Deadline: May 5, 2016
Late Registration Deadline: May 20, 2016
Late Registration Deadline, Online & Phone: May 25, 2016
ACT SIGN-UPS (June 11) - www.act.org
Regular Registration Deadline: May 6, 2016
Late Registration Deadline: May 7-20, 2016
Photo Upload Deadline: June 3