November 2016

November 2016

 

Enclosed you will find your son or daughter’s report card reflecting first-quarter grades earned during this previous nine weeks. These grades reflect progress to this point of the school year and will be combined with the next nine weeks’ grades to determine semester grades. Semester grades awarded on your student’s transcript and determine progress toward graduation. Central Curry School District requires 26 credits for graduation which means students need to earn a minimum of 6.5 credits each year of high school in order to graduate at the end of their senior year.

 

PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

Parent/Teacher conferences are on Wednesday, November 9th from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm and Thursday, November 10th from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. We look forward to seeing you there. If you have not yet made appointments, please call the school office at 541-247-6647 to schedule a time to meet with staff.

 

CONGRATULATIONS

The fall sports season has concluded with several reasons to celebrate. Kaitlyn Armstrong and Avi Gaston conpeted on the OSAA State Cross Country Championships. The volleyball team tied for third in the Sunset Conference and will have a majority of the team return in 2017. The football team improved from 0-9 in 2015 to a Sunset Conference co-championship in 2016 and a spot in the OSAA State Playoffs. We are proud of our athletes and thank their coaches for their dedication and efforts to improve skills and sportsmanship.

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

September 2016 – P is for Proud

 

Brandy Allen, Kassidy Stewart, Ayla Pung, Tristan Crook, Angel Lampke, Savanah Carter, Joei Reisinger, Devon Moore, Danni Young, Sam Springer and Luke Gilbert.

 

October 2016 – A is for Ambitious

 

Josiah Armstrong, Emanuel Quesada, Quincy Tanner, Daniel Willoughby, Isabelle Walker, Nema Schaller, Samantha Mazur, Wesley Pritchett, Vanessa King, Devin Wolford and Avi Gaston

 

ATTENDANCE AND TARDY REMINDERS

1. Tardy counts start over beginning with the new quarter on November 7. Students may have up to six tardies overall until the end of the semester on January 20.

2. A detention is assigned for each unexcused tardy after the seventh tardy. Detentions will occur at lunch.

3. If a student does not attend an assigned detention, an additional detention is assigned. After a third no-show, in in-school suspension is assigned.

4. Being more than ten minutes late to a class will result in an unexcused absence.

5. Students are to sign in if they arrive after the beginning of the school day and sign out if they leave during the school day. Parents are encouraged to call ahead to excuse early departures.