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Franklin High School Student Wins Wave Aware for Emergency Preparedness Public Service Announcement Video
More than a Thousand Students and Families Kicked-off EGUSD’s Career Technical Education Month by Exploring and Mapping Their Future in Annual Career-Connected Learning Expo
School Event – 3/23: Court in Session at Joseph Sims Elementary as Fifth and Sixth Graders Host Three Mock Trial Cases
School Event – 3/17-3/18; 3/23-25: Mary Poppins! Takes Guests on a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Musical Journey
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The Elk Grove Charter School is committed to creating individualized educational opportunities for students by combining classroom instruction, independent study instruction, and community and workplace educational experiences. This educational approach is for students who seek an alternative to the traditional classroom-only instructional approach. It is also an alternative to the Elk Grove Unified School District’s comprehensive and continuation high school programs.
We are currently enrolling for the 2016-17 school year. For more information, please see our admissions section in the links above.
We are so excited to announce our partnership with the audio book content provider Learning Ally. As an independent study site, literacy is extremely important for student success. For several years, we have required all students to participate in an elective Independent Reading class. A student's ability to select their own book titles to read has shown to have greater impact on literacy rates than simple teacher/school assigned selection. In addition, we now better understand that some students may not be as skilled or gifted in visual reading as others. Learning Ally can help auditory learners receive content from books in a way that is more effective for their needs. Learning Ally is an app based program that can be downloaded to personal devices and desktop computers and has many audio book selections. In addition, the program provides voice-to-text so readers can listen and visually follow along. ISP teachers may suggest this program for students who are struggling in the Independent Reading course. I've attached more information about the program and please contact your ISP teacher and the office if you have questions about this program and happy listening.
- Mr. LaVine
The Social Studies PLC has finished addressing the development of ELA support integration materials. The updated curricula will be implemented this coming fall and will help to increase students skills in the art of writing. Going forward, the SS PLC will be focusing on further evaluation of current SS curricula and its effectiveness in addressing the content standards.
California Association of Administrators of State and Federal Education Programs (CAASFEP) honors past presidents, Ron Fontaine and Elizabeth Pinkerton, for their lifelong dedication to the education of students by awarding two $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors.
The recipients of the CAASFEP scholarships will automatically be eligible to compete for the two National Association of Federal Education Program Administrators (NAFEPA) Scholarships.
The purpose of the scholarship program is to financially support post-secondary education for qualifying seniors who are attending their first year of college.
An eligible student must:
Scholarship winners will be selected based upon the following areas of equal point value:
• Current High school transcript (20 points)
• Extracurricular activities/leadership activities within the school,
community or church (20 points)
• Three letters of recommendation, including at least one letter from a
principal and one from faculty member (20 points)
• Financial need (20 points)
• A 300 word (maximum) essay outlining his/her leadership activities and
future goals (20 points)
Please note that the full amount of the scholarship is paid directly to the institution only after the scholarship recipient forwards the necessary information from their institution regarding scholarships to the scholarship chairperson.
Scholarship Due Date and Contact Information
CAASFEP Scholarship Due: April 15, 2017
Mail to: Debbie de Ganna, Scholarship Chair
2010 W. Swain Road
Stockton, CA 95207
Here is another great scholarship opportunity.
The deadline is March 24, 2017.
Essay Scholarship Awards:
First Place: $1,000
Visual Art Scholarship Awards:
First Place: $1,000
8th Grade students are participating in a new curriculum pilot of Study Sync by McGraw Hill. Most of the work is available online via the student portal.
They can log on via their phones, computers, or can do most of the work on their consumable unit texts.
To access the website, students will need to use their google drive log in, which is their ID number @egusd.net and their password.
Elk Grove Charter School
School Accountability Report Cards Available
The current School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is available online at the Elk Grove Unified School District website at http://www.egusd.net/academics/assessments/school-accountability-report-cards/. Both a long detailed format and a short executive summary are posted for parents to learn more about the schools in our community.
Each school’s SARC summarizes the school's mission, goals, accomplishments, and highlights the school’s unique programs. In addition, state law requires that the SARC contain all of the following: demographic data, school safety and climate for learning information, academic data, school completion rates, class sizes, teacher and staff information, curriculum and instruction descriptions, postsecondary preparation information, fiscal and expenditure data.
The federal law requires that SARCs contain reports concerning the "adequate yearly progress" of students in achieving state academic achievement standards; Title I Program Improvement status; graduation rates at the secondary level; and the extent to which "highly qualified" teachers are teaching core academic subjects.
A hard copy of these reports can be requested by visiting your child’s school office. Additionally, these reports have been translated in Spanish and Hmong at schools with large populations of families who speak these languages. Any questions regarding the SARCs can be answered by your child’s principal or by contacting Learning Support Services at 686-7712.
Seniors, are you looking for a job?
Attend the Trades Job Fair 2017 for the opportunity to meet with companies representing trades.
This is a free event.
When: April 4, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Citrus Heights Community Center - 6300 Fountain Square Drive, Citrus Heights, CA 95621
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