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Implementation of AB 1575 - Parents please read...

Prohibition Against the Imposition of Student Fees Improving Upon the District's Implementation of AB 1575

1. School Supply List:

Please note that you or your student is not required to purchase, donate, or contribute any of the requested items on the school supply list.  Additionally, no student will be denied from participating in any classroom activity if he or she chooses not to purchase, donate, or contribute any requested item(s).  However, if you voluntarily decide to purchase, donate or contribute any item in any quantity of the requested supplies and provide them to your student's teacher(s), the supplies will be shared equally among all the students in the class in order for each student to participate in the planned, fun, academic activities.


2. Athletics:
Please  note that your student  is not required to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the team's costs as a condition of participation on an athletic team.   Additionally, no student will be denied the opportunity to participate on an athletic team if he or she chooses not to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the team's expenses or if he or she chooses not to participate in any fundraising event(s).


3. Field Trips:
Please  note that you or your student is not required to purchase, donate, or contribute any  portion of the costs for the field trip. Additionally, no student will be denied from participating in the field trip if he or she chooses not to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the costs for the field trip.  However, if you voluntarily decide to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the costs for the field trip, your purchase, donation, or contribution will be applied to the overall budget for all students to participate in this year's [insert tvpe of trip].

Additionally,  the staff is scheduling fund raising events in which you and/or your student will have the option to participate  to help facilitate each student's attendance.   No student will be denied attendance to the field trip if he or she chooses not to purchase, donate, or contribute in any of the fundraising  event(s).

Booster Webstore

The Athletic Booster Club kindly provides a webstore so that parents can purchase items that the school is no longer permitted to offer due to state/district regulations.

A list of these items for sale includes:

  • Athletic Booster Memberships
  • Athletic Booster Donations
  • Crab Feed Tickets 
  • Spirit Wear
  • Individual Team Donations

News

2/21/17
 
 

Honor Roll students! Please remember to bring your Honor Roll postcard to school on your designated day to pick up your treat in the Small Gym.  

You will be excused from RTI at 12:00pm.
Juniors & Seniors - Wed., Feb. 22 
Freshman & Sophomores - Thurs., Feb. 23

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2/21/17
 
 
In cooperation with State Board of Education requirements for districts and schools to collect data with regard to school climate and parent engagement, College Park High School and other MDUSD schools will be inviting parents to participate in a school climate survey. 

The information you provide will help guide efforts by the school and district to promote safety, enhance learning supports, and improve student achievement. More information on these efforts can be found at MDUSD.org. Please click the link below to take the survey.

CPHS School Climate Survey
School Code: ZG93XM

With appreciation,
Joseph G. Alvarez, Principal
College Park High School
Home of the Falcons!
925.682.7670 ex.3200

 

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2/20/17

 

What is School Site Council? CLICK HERE to learn more and consider joining an upcoming meeting. 


 

School Site Council Agenda 

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

2:45 – 3:45 p.m. Room S-7

 

1. Welcome – Introduction of Members

2. Audience to Visitors – (SB355) – Anyone may address the Council regarding any item that is within the Council’s subject matter jurisdiction, however no action can be taken.

3. Read and approve Minutes of January 25,

 

4. Old Business –

a.       One parent and one student requested voluntarily to become alternate representatives

b.       Safety Plan: Vice Principal David Sauceda (Tabled until next meeting-February)

c.       SPSA:  data analysis

5. New Business –

a.       Budget: review funding for any categorically funded FTE for upcoming year.

b.        Safety Plan-VP David Sauceda

c.         Week of February 27 events, 8th grade matriculation and PSAT

d.         Continue conversation with requested data, with regards to total grades A-F, from Fall of 2015-16 to Fall 2016-17

         

6. Announcements-

                   a.       Future Meeting Dates: 3/29, 4/26, 5/24

 

7. Adjournment

 

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