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Hello Tiger Nation,


As you know, the Oregon Department of Education has issued guidance that students will receive either a Pass or an Incomplete at the end of this school year for second semester classes.  If students have not met the requirements to receive a Pass, they will be issued an Incomplete and will be placed on a Credit Assurance Plan to correct the Incomplete in the fall.  


We have a significant number of students who are currently not on track for a Pass.  In the event a student receives an Incomplete, they will have to correct the Incomplete in the fall while also taking new classes.  This will place a great amount of stress on the student to do both concurrently while trying to stay on track for graduation.


In an effort to reduce the number of In-completes needing to be corrected in the fall and to also facilitate the return of Chromebooks and other materials while we still have a full staff, before the contract year is over, we will be implementing a staggered end of year plan as outlined below.


  • The last day for packet distribution for students receiving paper packets will be May 28th.  Packets distributed on that date will be returned on June 4th.

  • The last day for new instruction on Google Classroom will be June 1.  The due dates for any assignments from June 1 will be communicated by the teacher.  

  • Students who ARE on track to receive a Pass for all classes after June 1st, will have completed their requirements for the term and will be able to return Chromebooks and other materials.

  • Students who ARE NOT on track to receive a Pass for all classes as of June 1 will have until June 10th to correct the In-completes, reducing the number to correct in the fall.


*If you are unsure of your students current status, please reach out to their teachers.


By doing the staggered shutdown, it will give students and teachers the ability to focus on correcting in-completes and also allow staff to check in the vast amount of materials in a more efficient manner.  


A plan for Chromebook and materials returns will be presented as we near June 1.


Thank you.


Clint Raever

Principal


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Oregon State University's
Engineering Department

This month, OSU will be holding webinars designed to help students who are planning on or interested in studying engineering at OSU:

  • April 8, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (PST) – The First-Year Experience: We will discuss the general engineering program for first-year students, the engineering living learning communities, first-year advising, and more! Sign up here.
  • April 13, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (PST) – Experience-Based Learning: We will discuss student organizations, research opportunities, and other ways to get engaged and learn outside the classroom! Sign up here.
  • April 21, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (PST) – Parent/Guardian Information: We will discuss the Degree Partnership Program, internship and job opportunities, and more! Sign up here.

The webinars will be hosted by current engineering students and staff, and each has a maximum of 500 attendees. 

The registration for these webinars is open to all Oregon high school students interested in engineering.




ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS AND PARENTS OF SENIORS:

I have been reaching out to our local scholarship sponsors and committees to suggest they extend their application deadlines until the end of May.

As well, I've asked them to allow applications to be mailed directly to a contact person instead of being delivered to Counseling or ASPIRE (in case we're not back to school by then).

The majority have agreed.

These scholarship applications are all housed in Google Classroom under Scholarship Applications for 2020. The code to access this "class" is dememxa.

The application names preceded by a red dot 🔴 are those that have an extended deadline.

Janet Herring-Sherman
ASPIRE Program Coordinator
Yamhill Carlton High School
herring-shermanj@ycschools.org


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