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WEEK OF 08/15/2022

WEEK AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY SCHOOL STARTED

Attendance Clearance, Tutoring or Both

Saturday school is from 7:55 am to 12:00 pm. Uncleared attendance or tardies are required to attend, but students may also attend for tutoring and study time.

LIBRARY AND TUTORING OPENS FOR STUDENTS TO STUDY

Additional Tutoring Opportunities to be Announced Soon

Thank you to the students, parents, and caregivers that responded to our survey. We are happy to announce additional library hours and tutoring being planned to start shortly.

Current Library Study Hall and Tutoring Hours

Before School: 7:30 AM TO 8:30 AM for study hall, until 9:30 on Fridays with a late start. A computer/photography teacher is there to assist students.

During 6th Period: Students that do not have a 6th-period class can use the library during 6th period for Study Hall, and we have a math teacher available to help students with their classes as well. Students must verify their schedule as they walk in, no students should be in the library if they have a 6th-period class.

After School: 3:45 PM to 4:45 PM for Study Hall. We will have a special education teacher who is familiar with many of our courses and IEP’s this week, and she will have tutoring days starting the following week.

Check the newsletter for additional tutoring that will be announced in the near future.

DID YOU MISS OPEN HOUSE?

To see the presentation prior to teacher visits click on the OLYMPIAN OPEN HOUSE PRESENTATION

MAKEUP PICTURE DAY!


Hey Eagles! Makeup picture day is in TWO WEEKS on Tuesday, August 23rd. This picture will be your ID picture and for 11th, 10th, and 9th graders, it will be your yearbook picture as well! 🦅📷 . Students will be requested by ASB and parents can order them.

LOCK UP YOUR BIKES AT/NEAR THE BIKE RACKS

We ask students to use a thick chain and lock and park their bikes at or near the bike racks to prevent theft. Remember that student safety is the priority, other areas may not be visible to school staff.

SAFETY DRILLS STARTING AT SCHOOL

A notice to parents and students that school-wide safety drills will be happening on Wednesday and Thursday, August 17 & 18, and August 24 and 25.

COUNSELOR’S WELLNESS PAGE

Click on the COUNSELORS HEALTH AND WELLNESS page for the following:

FAMILY RESOURCES LGBTQ+ PEER COUNSELORS

WELLNESS WEDNESDAY CRISIS LINE MILITARY LIFE COUNSELOR

VIRTUAL CALMING ROOM WARM LINE

WEEK OF 08/08/2022

WEEK AT A GLANCE

COFFEE WITH THE PRINCIPAL

TUESDAY 08/09/2022 AT 6PM – LIVE OR VIA ZOOM

Please join us for Coffee with the Principal on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, in the Multi-Purpose Room (MPR), or join us via Zoom using the following link:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://sweetwaterschools-org.zoom.us/j/87158499710?pwd=eG02UTFkbnVsVGJrUVQzSHRtMUkxdz09

Meeting ID: 871 5849 9710
Passcode: OHSPTSO
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Coffee with the Principal is sponsored by the Olympian High School PTO.

Website: http://olh.sweetwaterschools.org/join-our-ptso/

PTSO MEMBERSHIP DRIVE

TUTORING/STUDY HALL SURVEY FOR PARENTS

The library is open every day at 7:30am for Study Hall, a quiet place for students to do homework, print assignments and get help with their computers or technical issues.

We would like to know what other services might be needed by parents for their students. Please take a moment to fill out this survey if you are interested in additional tutoring or study hall: PARENT SURVEY FOR TUTORING / STUDY HALL

SENIOR PACKAGES

In case some of you aren’t following the senior class Instagram page (@olympianco2023), here are the packages being sold at the ASB, brought to you by your senior class cabinet:

Gold Package $225: Prom, Knotts Scary Farm, Hoodie, and a t-shirt

Teal Package $135: Prom, Hoodie, and a t-shirt

Black Package $45: Hoodie and a t-shirt

On September 16th, the package prices will expire and all prices will be a la carte. Please purchase at ASB, cash only.

Thank you,

Ms. Haynes
Assistant Principal of Student Activities

SATURDAY SCHOOL TUTORING STARTS NEXT WEEK 08/11/2022

As part of the support for students, there are teachers available during Saturday School to help students when they need additional help or practice with their courses. Please click on this link for dates and courses offered during Saturday School.

JOIN US TOMORROW, AUGUST 6 AT EASTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL

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FALL-WINTER-SPRING ATHLETICS IMPORTANT DATES


Good Afternoon & Happy Friday!
Scroll down for the important dates for each sports season.

*** Please note, parents of those student-athletes who officially made teams are to be in attendance at the parent *** meeting. There will be a brief meeting with Admin then a quick breakout session with your athlete’s coach.
— Fall Sports Parent Night Tues. 8/16, 6pm-8pm, MPR
— Fall Athlete Meeting Wed. 8/17, 4pm-4:30pm, Gym

Thank you,
Ms. Haynes

Important Dates – Athletics 2022-23.pdf

DO YOU KNOW HOW TO CHECK ATTENDANCE?

Parents have the ability to check attendance at any time using the Parent Portal . If you have never used it, click on the Parent Guide for New Users. A reminder to parents that all attendance matters should be cleared within five business days. Students can use the same link to view their own attendance.

*** SCROLL DOWN FOR PRIOR NEWS***

WEEK OF 08/01/2022

WEEK AT A GLANCE

Click here for the DAILY SCHEDULE

Friday is a minimum day with Period 1 starting at 8:30am

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE ABOUT CLASS SCHEDULES AND OPEN HOUSE


Dear students, parents, and guardians,

As we near the end of the second week of school I would like to thank you for your support and look forward to our partnership in providing each of our students with a quality education in a welcoming and safe school environment.
Schedules
Olympian has enrolled more students than estimated and we will need to open more classes in order to accommodate all students. Consequently, some schedule changes are required to reflect our enrollment needs, ensure proper placement, and to meet teacher contractual class sizes. Some students’ schedules must change to complete this balancing process to have a safe number of students in each class.
Open House
District Leadership has announced that all open houses will be virtual. We are quickly reorganizing our open house for Thursday, August 4. More information is forthcoming.

Respectfully,
Dianne Huslin
Principal

VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE (ZOOM)

THURSDAY 08/04/2022 AT 5PM

A schedule will be sent to families next week, hope you can join us via zoom.

STUDENTS CAN REPORT CRIME

Speaking out can make a difference in one person’s life or even your whole school. Report bullying, substance abuse, relationship violence or any criminal activity.

Or just Click to Report an Incident Anonymously Now

For more information contact their office at (619) 275-8240 or info@sdcrimestoppers.org Students Speaking Out is a program of Crime Stoppers.

JOIN US NEXT WEEKEND, AUGUST 6

LINK: https://blacksouthbay8-06-222.eventbrite.com/

GOLF TOURNAMENT TODAY, SATURDAY 07/31/2022

Come Support the Golf Team

Date: July 31, 2022

Time: 1:00pm “Shot Gun Start”

Location: Chula Vista Golf Course

Olympian Parents will be selling raffle tickets for prizes and hosting a putting contest prior to starting the tournament, come join the fun.

Participants have a chance at prizes and a trophy for the winner. come enjoy the fun.

For information on the Olympian golf team please email Mr. Pennington at dpenni9758@gmail.com

PARENTS AND STUDENTS SHOULD CHECK ATTENDANCE

 Parents have the ability to check attendance at any time using the Parent Portal . If you have never used it, click on the Parent Guide for New Users.

Parents have 5 days to clear attendance, after which it becomes a permanent unexcused absence unless the student attends Saturday School.

Seniors must not have any uncleared absences in order to participate in any activities

Saturday school and Saturday tutoring will begin in two weeks, a schedule will be announced on next week’s newsletter.

FALL SPORTS TRYOUTS

WEEK OF 07/25/202

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

We are all amazed at the enthusiasm with which students returned to school this year and are so grateful that our families chose Olympian. As we adjust to our new bell schedule and surrounding construction, the traffic patterns have changed. We are implementing morning library hours to help accommodate a family’s schedules and help ease the rush. Beginning Monday, July 25, the library will be open at 7:30 am.

I also encourage our families to help ease the number of vehicles entering the parking lot by exploring walking or biking to school.

Some traffic tips:

Encourage walking or biking to school if possible. If it is too far to walk, consider dropping off students a few blocks away from school.

Avoid traffic. The roads are usually the busiest just before and shortly after the school starts. If you are flexible with your time, consider leaving home very early or later than you are used to, so you can avoid the busiest time on the road.

Be alert. Back to school means sharing the streets with young pedestrians. Children are often unpredictable, so pay extra attention when driving in the school areas, near playgrounds & parks, and in residential areas. Don’t forget to watch out for pedestrians when parking as well.

Ms. Dianne Huslin

LIBRARY OPEN FOR MORNING STUDY HALL

AND TUTORING STARTING MONDAY

The library will be open starting Monday for study hall and general tutoring:

7:30am to 8:30am Monday through Thursday

7:30am to 9:30am on Friday

Students can study for their class, get help from a teacher, print documents or just have a quiet place to read every morning.

WELCOME BACK VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY

2022-2023

LAPTOPS

All students should have a working school laptop or a home device (they can not have both). If a student has not picked up theirs or it is malfunctioning please have them go see our technician located in the 200 building across from the library. He is available daily after 8:30am.

TARDIES CAN BE CLEARED

The school had not started issuing tardy slips in the morning to give parents a chance to adjust to the school schedule and traffic, we will begin on Monday.

Please review the following excerpts from the Student/Parent handbook:

Student responsibility and extracurricular activities

Students must clear all tardies and absences in order to participate in extracurricular activities throughout the year. It is the responsibility of each student to monitor their own attendance and take actions to correct any unexcused absences and/or tardies before they become Truancy(s). Remember, in the Infinite Campus parent portal online, parents can check all attendance.

Tardy Policy and Grades

Tardies and unexcused absences are a major disruption to the learning environment; they interrupt instruction and distract the learning of other students. Students will be responsible for being on time to all classes. Tardy(s) and unexcused absences will have a negative effect on your citizenship grade. The policy below will be used by teachers school-wide. In each grading period tardy(s) will have the following consequences:

1st tardy – does not impact your citizenship grade

2nd tardy – results in a “C” in citizenship 

3rd tardy – results in an “F’ in citizenship (referral to counselor)

In each subsequent grading period, all students will be given a “fresh start” if the absences or tardies have been cleared through Saturday School or Detention.  Please note that once a semester is completed, citizenship grades will not be retroactively changed. We encourage all parents to check the syllabus for the class or contact the teacher directly for concerns about tardies and their effect on grades. 

Unexcused tardies less than 30 minutes are automatically assigned lunch detention the same day.

Unexcused tardies more than 30 minutes can only be cleared via Saturday School. 

Starting Monday, students will have the opportunity to make up tardies by going to lunch detention for 15 minutes in room 172 (next to the library)

STUDENTS SHOULD NOT CUT THROUGH THE TAPESTRY CONDO COMPLEX

A reminder to students to use the main streets when exiting through the Wolf Canyon exit. Please be mindful of our neighbors at the Tapestry Condominium complex, only students that reside there should enter the complex. Staff will be monitoring the area for students not using the main streets of travel.

AN ALTERNATE DROP-OFF ZONE

Please review the suggestions on the map for other areas for drop-off and pick-up of students.

FIRST DAY INSTRUCTIONS

WEDNESDAY 07/19/2022 – 8:30AM

Please plan on arriving early to account for new traffic patterns, school starts at 8:30AM.

All students will report to their first-period classroom, there will be no zero period tomorrow.

***Students will receive a printed locator from their teachers, they will need it in order to be allowed into the rest of their classes***

In case a student does not have their schedule we will have a QR code posted at the entrances that will have a link to their first period class using ther ID Number: FIRST PERIOD CLASS WEDNESDAY 07/19/2022.

Please scroll down for instructions if there is an error in their class.

SPECIAL EDITION: SCHEDULES AVAILABLE TUESDAY

WANT TO WALK AROUND SCHOOL TO FIND CLASSROOMS?

YOU CAN TUESDAY 07/19/2022 FROM 5:00PM TO 7:00

Final Schedules will be available tomorrow, Tuesday, 07/19/2022, at 12:00pm through Infinite campus. Click on this link for a quick guide for students on how to pull up their schedules: STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS TO VIEW SCHEDULES

To help students become familiar with the campus here is a Campus Map so they can find their classes. Returning students should know the campus and 9th graders got a campus tour during orientation.

Parents and students can come walk around campus and find classes to help ease anxiety for their first day of school. Just show up tomorrow, Tuesday, from 5pm to 7pm. Park anywhere on our parking lot and find your way on campus as needed.

On the first day of school all students report to period 1 (even if they have a zero period) at 8:30am. We will have a QR code that has every student’s 1st period room, sorted by their ID number.

Mr. Govea, Assistant Principal, will be on campus to help in case you get lost, but please note that there will not be staff avaiable for questions abut schedules nor copies of schedules or the school map. Due to poor cell reception, we suggest that students save the map and their schedule on their phone.

SCHEDULE ERROR REVIEW FORM

(Available Tuesday)

https://tinyurl.com/errorreviewFall2022

Counseling Center Reminders:

·    Zero period is limited to students participating in specialty programs. The vast majority of students will begin class at 8:30AM

·    The last day to request course changes or electives was Friday, May 20th provided space availability and appropriate placement. 

·     We are unable to honor requests for specific teachers, class periods, and other preferences. Counselors will work to balance class sizes to ensure productive learning environments and to meet teacher contractual limits.

·     Schedules are not finalized and are subject to change (pending administrative decisions for the Master Schedule). The addition or closure of classes may be necessary with changes in enrollment or staffing, some students may need to have schedules or periods changed.

APPROPRIATE DRESS FOR SCHOOL

We ask parents to review the attire section of the Student Handbook (link) with their student(s).

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

Wednesday 07/20/2022

Please note that traffic patterns have changed and it may cause a delay in the commute to and from the school. We suggest that parents and students arrive earlier to be in class on time.

SPECIAL EDITION

9TH GRADE ORIENTATION, GEAR, ID PICTURES, SPORTS AND LAPTOPS

Eagle Families!!

Don’t Forget Link Crew (freshmen orientation) is happening Friday, July 15th.  

Here’s what you need to know:

LINK CREW (9th grade orientation)

  • Link Crew is from 9am – 1:30pm! All freshmen should attend!! It will take place in the gym.  Parents/Guardians will not attend this part with their child. But they can buy gear during this time 🙂
  • Students will be grouped with amazing upperclassmen and learn about our school culture and get a campus tour!

YEARBOOK/ID PICTURES (9th grade)

  • Freshmen with last names A – L should come early to take their yearbook picture from 7:30 to 8:45am.
  • Freshmen with last names M – Z should stay and take their pictures from 1:30 – 3:00pm.
  • If you are out of town on Friday and cannot attend, there will be a makeup picture day on Tuesday, August 23rd.  
  • To purchase your beautiful pictures please go to mylifetouch.com and use the Picture Day ID: EVT76PM6W 

GEAR SALES (Scroll down for sale prices)

  • Eagle Gear Sales will have a one-day FLASH sale for all items including: athletic gear, athletic packets, sweatshirts, sweatpants, and yearbooks! All at a special price!!! GEAR SALES Order Form
  • Gear sales will be from 7:30am to 4:00pm
  • CASH only!
  • Students can purchase their own items, or parents can purchase them while the students attend Link Crew orientation.
  • If you cannot purchase gear on Gear Day, your student can purchase items in the ASB during the regular school year at the normal price. 

LAPTOP PICK UP (9th grade)

LAPTOP AGREEMENT NEEDED

  • Freshmen and parents with last names M – Z should come early and pick up their laptop from 7:30 to 8:45am.
  • Freshmen with last names A – L should stay and pick up their laptop from 1:30 – 3:00pm.
  • You must have a laptop agreement form completed. You can find the agreement here: Mobile Device Agreement Form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K-ieAGHlEcmEdWATCywtdavqAh2euYhc/view 
  • If you cannot pick up your laptop on Friday, the library will be open the first week of school for laptop pickup.

SPORTS CLEARANCE AND PHYSICALS (All Grades)

  • If you would like to play a fall sport (Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Girls Volleyball, and Boys Water Polo), you must get cleared through the ASB.
  • You can get cleared on Friday, July 15th at the MPR from 11-4pm, or come to the ASB at lunch or after school once school starts.
  • To get cleared you MUST have the following:
  1. A completed and PRINTED Register My Athlete profile on the website: https://registermyathlete.com/login/ 
  1. A physical completed on the SUHSD physical form with an expiration date of no earlier than 11/2022. (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JXP_aL0k006-icOH7e56DYkNhEwUtztf/view
  • If you need to get a physical, we will be offering them on campus for $30 cash on Thursday, July 14th from 3-4pm and Friday, July 15th from 11-1pm.

Click here for links: CLASS OF 2026 ORIENTATION INFORMATION

10TH, 11TH AND 12TH GRADE INFORMATION

Don’t Forget Gear Day is happening Friday, July 15th.  

YEARBOOK/ID PICTURES (10th – 12)

  • Seniors, please come between 9:00 – 11:00am (this will only be for your Student ID picture, your yearbook picture must be taken through Prestige)
  • Juniors please come between 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Sophomores please come between 3:00 – 5:00pm
  • If you are out of town on Friday and cannot attend, there will be a makeup picture day on Tuesday, August 23rd.  
  • To purchase your beautiful pictures please go to mylifetouch.com and use the Picture Day ID: EVT76PM6W 

GEAR SALES (Scroll down for sale prices)

  • Eagle Gear Sales will have a one-day FLASH sale for all items including athletic gear, athletic packets, sweatshirts, sweatpants, and yearbooks! All at a special price!!! GEAR SALES Order Form
  • Gear sales will be from 7:30am to 4:00pm
  • CASH only!
  • Students can purchase their own items, or parents can purchase them.
  • If you cannot purchase gear on Gear Day, your student can purchase items in the ASB during the regular school year at the normal price. 

LAPTOP PICK UP

SPORTS CLEARANCE AND PHYSICALS

  • If you would like to play a fall sport (Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Girls Volleyball, and Boys Water Polo), you must get cleared through the ASB.
  • You can get cleared on Friday, July 15th at the MPR from 11-4pm, or come to the ASB at lunch or after school once school starts.
  • To get cleared you MUST have the following:
  1. A completed and PRINTED Register My Athlete profile on the website: https://registermyathlete.com/login/ 
  1. A physical completed on the SUHSD physical form with an expiration date of no earlier than 11/2022. (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JXP_aL0k006-icOH7e56DYkNhEwUtztf/view
  • If you need to get a physical, we will be offering them on campus for $30 cash on Thursday, July 14th from 3-4pm and Friday, July 15th from 11-1pm.

GEAR AND PICTURE INFORMATION (All Grades)

WHY OLYMPIAN HIGH STARTS AT 8:30AM

Three years ago Governor Newsom signed into law SB328 which required high schools in urban areas (ours) to start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. by the 2022-23 school year in order to allow for students to have more time to sleep. 

  1. We will still have select minimum days, Assembly days and Final exam day schedules.
  2. Office staff hours will shift accordingly so offices will open 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. daily.  
  3. Campus supervision will start at 8:00 a.m. and stay until 4:30 p.m. 
  4. We will have a limited “0” period options for students participating in certain programs, the vast majority of students will begin class at 8:30 am.

Bell Schedule Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1z4YhCvALXVSau-nOVBmN1EswtEapj-pI/view?usp=sharing

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

Wednesday 07/20/2022

SCHEDULE ERROR REVIEW FORM

(Available Tuesday)

A Message From Our Counselors

https://tinyurl.com/errorreviewFall2022

Counseling Center Reminders:

·    Zero period is limited to students participating in specialty programs. The vast majority of students will begin class at 8:30AM

·    The last day to request course changes or electives was Friday, May 20th provided space availability and appropriate placement. 

·     We are unable to honor requests for specific teachers, class periods, and other preferences. Counselors will work to balance class sizes to ensure productive learning environments and to meet teacher contractual limits.

·     Schedules are not finalized and are subject to change (pending administrative decisions for the Master Schedule). The addition or closure of classes may be necessary with changes in enrollment or staffing.

*Students that are registered will be able to view their schedule on Tuesday, July 19 starting at 12 pm, the form to review an error will be available then.

IS YOUR STUDENT NOT RETURNING TO OLYMPIAN HIGH SCHOOL?

If a student is no longer going to attend Olympian High we ask parents to please fill out this FORM.

WANT TO SKIP A SPANISH LEVEL OR TAKE THE AP SPANISH LANGUAGE CLASS?

Students who are trying to skip a Spanish level or feel are ready to take the AP Spanish Language class (if not already taking it) because they feel strongly that his/her/their skill level is high may opt to take an exam on Friday, July 15 at 7:45 a.m. at Olympian. Please report to the main office.

Please SIGN UP HERE and show up with some form of ID.

Week of 06/06/2022

SUMMER MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL HUSLIN

As our summer begins, I would like to express how grateful I am to be leading such an amazing community of students, parents & staff. It has been an amazing year! I am so proud of all of the achievements and accomplishments of our students here at Olympian High School. These would not be possible without your support and dedication.

Reflecting on the past school year, we have had so many great memories and exciting events to look back on. Our year ended with wonderful award ceremonies filled with pride and celebration of student accomplishments. We were fortunate to have two in-person graduation ceremonies on campus for the outstanding class of 2022!

We are very proud of all of our students and their successes.

Enjoy your summer!

MASKS REQUIRED FOR SUMMER SCHOOL

Parent Newsletter from the Sweetwater School District

Please click here for the rest of the newsletter

SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION

A message from Ms. Scott, Summer School Principal

Summer School will begin this Monday, June 6th, and ends on Monday, June 27th. Summer School hours are 8am-1:30pm, if students are taking two classes. If students are only taking one class, they will either be scheduled from 8-10:30am or 11am-1:30pm. 

Please note: Students enrolled in the Southwestern College class will follow a different schedule. You should have received communication from the coordinator this past week. 

Students can access their summer schedule by clicking on the link below: 

www.tinyurl.com/OHSEHSSummerSchedules

*For students with an APEX class – that means we were unable to satisfy your course request, so you were placed in an independent learning class that is student-directed for the subject you needed (Health, Science, Math, and/or Social Science). You must still attend class each day, however, once you complete the coursework, you no longer have to return to class. This is for APEX classes ONLY!!

Students can also access their summer school schedule through their Infinite Campus Account…steps are listed below: 

How to find my schedule on Infinite Campus

Please note: Summer School classes are limited in space, so it will be extremely important that you attend on Day 1. Anyone who does not attend on Day 1 will run the risk of being dropped from Summer School.

If you would like to make a change to your class or add a class (pending availability), please arrive at 7:30am on Monday and we will try our best to accommodate you. Please know that there are no guarantees. 

The counselors, teachers, and I are excited to see you on Monday! If you have any questions, please let me know. 

Take care, 

Sasha Scott

OHS/EHS Summer School Principal 

INFORMATION FOR GRADUATING SENIORS

On behalf of the Olympian High School staff, we would like to congratulate all of our graduates in the Class of 2022. We hope that those who attended the graduation ceremony enjoyed it as much as we did and we wish you all the best in your next endeavors. Just a few last reminders:

Final Transcript

– The last day to request your final transcript is June 9th. 

Please note: Any senior attending SDSU or UCSD does NOT need to request a transcript, as yours will automatically be sent by SUHSD. Request your final official senior transcript

Diploma Pickup/Debt Payment

 – Students who did not receive their diplomas at Graduation due to debts can pay their debts at the library (June 8th-10th between 9-12pm). Once you have cleared your debts, you can pick up your diplomas in the main office (June 8th-10th between 9am-12pm). You must provide proof of debt clearance (receipt) from the library.

Have a great summer! 

OHS Administration

WELLNESS WEDNESDAY

Remember to click on the counselors’ WELLNESS WEDNESDAY (link) every week.

WEEK OF 05/31/2022

INFORMATION FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Important information about Friday, June 3, 2022

Graduation is June 3, 2022 at 8:00 and 10:30 am. Although it is a regular day for students in grades 9-11, we expect low attendance due to graduation.

Please be advised that final exams are from Tuesday through Thursday, May 31 to June 2, 2022. Teachers will be submitting grades on Thursday, June 2, so siblings attending graduations will not be penalized for being absent on Friday, June 3.

It is important to note that there will be no on-campus student drop-off on Friday, June 3, and heavy traffic is expected from 7 am to noon. Most teachers will have an online activity due to these circumstances. Please plan accordingly.

2022-23 Bell Schedule

Three years ago Governor Newsom signed into law SB328 which required high schools in urban areas (ours) to start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. by the 2022-23 school year in order to allow for students to have more time to sleep. 

  1. We will still have select minimum day, Assembly day and Final exam day schedules.
  2. Office staff hours will shift accordingly, so the office will open 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. daily.  
  3. Campus supervision will start at 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. 
  4. We will have a limited “0” period option for students participating in certain programs. The vast majority of students will begin class at 8:30 am.

Next year’s bell schedule link:

 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1z4YhCvALXVSau-nOVBmN1EswtEapj-pI/view?usp=sharing

SENIOR WEEK

UNDERCLASS WEEK

MON
30-May
TUE
31-May
WED
1-Jun
THU
1-Jun
FRI
3-Jun
No School-HolidayFinals (Period 1/2) 12:05pm DismissalFinals (Period 3/4) 12:05pm DismissalFinals (Period 5/6) 12:05pm DismissalRegular Day
(1-6)

SENIOR INFORMATION

A message from Ms. Haynes

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!!!

I just want to remind seniors of the events happening next week. Please Please read every part of the Senior Checklist  www.tinyurl.com/OHS2022Checklist

In this document, you will find all the information you need about this week. If you didn’t get cleared, don’t forget to take both:

The Graduation Questionnaire at forms.gle/LQcWWAiyebonZFTc8

AND,

the district senior survey at tinyurl.com/SUHSDSeniorSurvey2022

Then come by Tuesday or Wednesday from 12 – 3 to complete your clearance. Any questions, let me know! Congrats again!

Ms. Haynes

ATHLETIC AWARDS ARE TUESDAY

KOHS NEWS

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