Parent Message 5-4-20
Dear Falcon Families,
I hope you and your families are continuing to do your best to stay healthy, safe and positive as we progress into week 2 of Distance Learning. I understand these are stressful times so we will continue to do our best to provide some structure and flexibility for your students as we establish our remote instructional practices. I want to thank families for their extensive support and encouragement. The strength of our community has shown with the percentage of students who have participated in some form during Distance Learning. During the week of April 20th, we had 99.7% of our students participate in some form during the week. Thank you all for embracing our new form of instruction and encouraging your students to participate. Here are the latest updates as of 5-4-20.
Distance Learning Grading
To help clarify SDUSD’s Grading Policy, please click this () to view the FAQ for Distance Learning.
Laptop Pickup and Exchange Centers
Friday, May 1st was the last day Scripps Ranch High School was designated to be a pickup site for devices. Starting Monday 4th, 4 distribution sites will remain open for the duration of Distance Learning. These sites are Clairemont, Hoover, Lincoln and San Diego High. Crawford will be open for 1 more week (May 4-8). If you have technical trouble or your student still needs a device, please go to one of these sites to pick up or exchange your laptop.
Distance Learning Website for Families
SDUSD has launched a new website which is a Distance Learning Guide for San Diego Families. Please click this () to access the website.
Community resources are available for families both in English and Spanish that may help during this crisis. Please click this () to access COVID-19 resources from the county of San Diego and click this ( ) to access a resource called 2-1-1 San Diego.
Seniors Planning to Attend San Diego Community College
This message is from Miramar but is applicable to Mesa and City College as well:
Join us in this Zoom session for new student information, including information about how you can attend college for free with our San Diego Promise program. The session will be led by a Miramar counselor that can answer your questions and guide you to helpful resources.
Date & Time: May 12, 2020 at 6pm
**Please plan accordingly as this Zoom session will last approximately 1.5 hours**
To register for this Zoom session, students must first:
Have completed a San Diego Community College application
Have their 10 digit student college ID number (sent via email after application completion)
If you haven't applied, please create a CCCApply account and complete the College application here.
**By attending this session, you will satisfy the orientation requirement in order to meet with a counselor and move on to enroll and pay for classes.**
Access to Zoom link: After registering, you will receive the Zoom session information and how to join.
As a reminder, this meeting is only for current seniors who plan to attend community college in the Fall. For questions, please reach out to our Outreach & School Relations Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline (April 30th) has passed for students to obtain a refund on their AP tests. AP testing begins this month remotely. Please click this () for the updated AP Schedule. These are the 3 main items students should review to prepare for test day: (1) , (2) and (3) . The AP Test Guide is quite long so I recommend to read it in small amounts over the course of a few days to more easily digest it. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to your AP teacher, myself as SRHS AP Coordinator, or our district AP coordinator, Rachel Amato (email@example.com) with questions.
That is all the new information I have for today. Please stay safe and have a great week!
Matt Lawson, Ed.D
Scripps Ranch High School