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    Get Ready for College

    A-G Coursework in High School for college

    The UC and CSU schools require a 15-unit pattern of high school courses for admission as a college freshman. Each unit is equal to a year of study in a subject area. A grade of C or higher is required for each high school course you use to meet the subject requirements. It is important to prepare for these courses while in middle school.

     Grades

     

    Homework for Absent Students

    HOMEWORK FOR ABSENT STUDENTS: Make sure your child has a “Buddy” or two in each class to call if he/she is absent for a day or two. If a child is going to be absent three days or more, a parent can call or fill out a form in the Magnet Office to request homework. A minimum of 24 hours must be allowed for teachers to prepare the work to be picked up, and you must make your own arrangements for pick-up. The office will be unable to send for your child’s friend.

    Cyberbullying

     ARE YOU A CYBERBULLY?

     HAVE YOU EVER...

    • Signed on with someone else's screen name to gather info?
    • Sent an email or online greeting card from someone's account?
    • Impersonated someone over IM or online?
    • Teased or frightened someone over IM?
    • Not told someone who you really are online, telling them to "guess"?
    • Forwarded a private IM conversation or email without the permission of the other person?
    • Posted pictures or information about someone on a website without their consent?
    • Used information found online to follow, tease, embarrass or harass someone in person?
    • Sent rude or scary things to someone, even if you were just joking?
    • Used bad language online?
    • Posted rude things or lies about someone online?

    IF YOU HAVE DONE ANY OF THESE THINGS, YOU HAVE BEEN A CYBERBULLY!

     SIGNS YOUR CHILD MIGHT BE A VICTIM OF CYBERBULLYING

    • Is reluctant to use the computer or electronic devices
    • Avoids discussion about what they are doing on the computer, or other electronic devices
    • Looks or appears nervous, anxious or jumpy when receiving an email, IM or electronic device
    • Discusses revenge
    • Exits or clicks out of whatever they are doing if a person walks by
    • Has trouble sleeping or having other sleeping disturbances
    • Shows a decline in school homework or grades
    • Has an unusual interest in self-harm or suicide
    • Exhibits unusual mood swings
    • Not feeling well; has upset stomach
    • Becomes reclusive, anti-social and or is loosing friends

    WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE CYBERBULLIED

    • Don't read the message.
    • Don't send a mean message back.
    • Tell someone.

    Take Charge! - Tips for parents to manage communication tools at home by Cox Communication including a family contract, family media plan, and how to talk to your tween/teen