December 19, 2014
(Daily updates are made after 11AM)
Thursday, January 8 club photos will be taken on the stage in the auditorium
We have made a change in the gradebook reporting that you see in your Family and Student Access to Skyward to make it easier to see what a student’s grade is in a particular class. Previously, quarter grades were shown as discrete buckets that didn’t influence each other with only the semester grade being cumulative across the entire semester. This caused confusion for students and parents not knowing which grade they should focus on. With this new change, all grades will be cumulative over the semester which means that the most current grade you see for a class will reflect all of the student’s work thus far in the semester and will match the S1 grade that you can see. Please remember that the semester grade is the only grade that shows up on transcripts.
Who is my Counselor?
A-C: George Geranios
D-HOPP: Kristina Howe
HOR-MEN: Matt Gruhler
MER-SEL: Jay Gowen
SELL-ZZZ: Chrissy Brown
Special Programs: Stephanie Jakubek
Freshman Corps: Julie Vanover
Questions about attendance?
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Messages from Nurse Beatty:
The Vancouver School District, including Skyview, has many students with potentially life threatening peanut and tree nut allergies. If you are bringing treats to school for seasonal parties, or after school activities, please do not send in candies and baked goods that contain peanut or tree nut products. Also all foods should be commercially prepared with the ingredients listed. Thank you for helping us keep these severely allergic children safe.
Gastrointestinal illnesses (Vomiting and/or Diarrhea) :
Vancouver Public Schools is now following these guidelines developed by the Clark County Health Department:
** Children, staff, and volunteers will need to stay home for 48 hours after the last time they vomited or had diarrhea.**
Please assist us in keeping potentially contagious illnesses from spreading to others in your child’s school, by keeping your child home from school for 48 hours.
Mary Ann Beatty, RN