VLA Announcements

Central High School

April 27, 2021

UPDATE STAAR TESTING

For any VLA students that attend CHS Main that missed taking the English 1 or English 2 STAAR Test Monday or today, they will need to make up those test tomorrow Friday, May 7th, 2021. They need to report to Tucker Hall front entrance and they will be directed where to go.


If you attend CHS Oakes Campus and missed taking your English 1 test, you will need to report to Oakes campus Friday, May 7th at the front office. They will direct you where to go.

As directed by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), all STAAR tests will be administered on your student’s campus. Students enrolled in virtual instruction are required to complete the STAAR test in-person and on-campus. Our campus health and safety protocols will be in effect and communicated by your student’s campus prior to testing.


An email was sent out on Thursday April 29th with a letter telling you what tests you will be taking and where to report.


If you have an SAISD device checkout to you, you must bring it with you and the charger on your testing day.


VLA students will be able to leave once they are finished with their test. However, they must be checked out at the front office in Tucker.


2021 SAISD STAAR Test dates by subject are as follows:


Tuesday, May 4 English I

Thursday, May 6 English II

Friday, May 7 Make-up Day


Monday, May 10 US History

Tuesday, May 11 Algebra I

Thursday, May 13 Biology

Friday, May 14 Make-up Day

Upcoming Senior Activities in May

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Herff-Jones on Campus

Herff-Jones will be on campus on in the Sarah Barnhart Theater the following days and times listed below to deliver announcements that were ordered.


Monday April 26th 12:00p - 5:00pm

Tuesday April 27th 10:00am - 5:00pm

Senior Picnic Shirt Available

Seniors if you would like to a Senior Picnic Shirt they will available to purchase on campus only! You will need to come to the front desk in Tucker Hall to purchase, you must pay at that time.


Senior Picnic is May 5th at the Goodfellow Rec. Camp from 4p - 7p

UPDATE: SENIOR VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT

Senior Volleyball Tournament date has changed to Thursday April 29th after school.


The Superhero Senior Class volleyball tournament is on for April 29th starting at 4:30pm in the gym. If you would like to make a team, please pick up a registration packet from Mr. Blanco in Holmes 117. There is a team registration fee of $10 and captains must attend the captains meeting at the beginning of lunch on Wednesday, April 28th. Teams are limited to 10 players and cannot have more than two varsity volleyball players on a team.

Update Senior Prom 2021

Prom will be on Saturday May 1, 2021.


Monday April 19th Prom tickets will go on sale in the Student Service Center. The cost is $20 each. I hope you are looking forward to this special night under the stars. If your prom date will be a Non-CHS student, be sure to ask about the approval process in the Student Service Center.


Click here for 2020/2021 Junior/Senior Prom Attendance Policy

AP TESTING INFORMATION

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IMPORTANT: SENIOR MEETING

Click here for CHS Commencement Information


Click here for Graduation Information Packet


Seniors,


On Tuesday, April 20th, all Seniors will attend a meeting in the CHS Sarah Bernhardt Theater, during their English class period. This meeting provide you with more information about Senior end-of-year events, especially about Graduation. Be sure to share this information with your parents.


If you are taking your Senior English in the Virtual Learning Academy (VLA), you can attend this meeting at any of the following times. Wearing a mask and being in dress code is mandatory.


PERIOD TIME

1 8:20-9:11

2 9:19-10:09

3 10:17-11:07

4 11:15-12:05

5 12:13-1:06

6 2:11-3:01

7 3:09-3:59

UPDATED: CHS SENIORS PANORAMIC PICTURE

CHS Seniors-

Monday April 19th we will be having the Senior Panoramic Picture being taken at 12:15 pm. You will need to report to the ROTC parking lot no later than 12:00. If you are driving please park in the Tucker parking lot and walk.


Goldbeck Company will be here on Monday, April 19th at 12:15 PM for the 2021 senior panoramic. They will return on Tuesday, April 20th during lunch for purchase and pickup of the senior class picture. Packages include a large laminated panoramic for $30.00 or one medium and one large laminated panoramic for $35.00. If you pay on Monday the 19th, you will receive a large laminated panoramic, one medium panoramic, and one medium ’21 formation picture for $35.00. Goldbeck accepts cash, check, or money orders. Please include a phone number on all checks and make them payable to Goldbeck Company. Order forms are available in the Student Service Center.

April 1, 2021

Free Movement Opened Over 3 day Break

Enjoy your Student Holiday, Friday, April 2nd!! Edgenuity will be open for free movement Friday through Sunday. Have a great and productive long weekend!

Senior Meeting Information on Cap/Gowns and Announcements

Senior Students/Parents,


Below are links to view all of the information that was discussed at our Senior Meetings held on Thursday March 4th.


Senior Meeting Video click here https://youtu.be/7p3ZX-vwl2w


How to order Cap/Gowns, Class ring and Senior apparel click here https://cutt.ly/SzrMxKS


Important Dates for Seniors Click here https://cutt.ly/1zrMDqR

March 22, 2021

Welcome Back!

Welcome back all 4th 9 week courses are loaded and ready!

Voting for Favorites

Click here for instructions https://cutt.ly/fxlE8Ns

SAT and TSI Testing on March 24th

SAT Master Report List click here https://cutt.ly/OxlUdsn


TSI Master Report List click here https://cutt.ly/0xlTKuC

Cheerleading/Mascot Tryouts

Anyone interested in trying out for cheerleader or mascot please sign up using the tryout link on the Central High School webpage under clubs and organizations by Thursday March 11th at 5 pm. Also, please plan to attend the mandatory parent and student meeting on Thursday, March 11th or Monday, March 22nd both in the CHS cafeteria at 6 pm

Tex-Ann Tryouts

Interested in trying out for Tex-Anns? Pick up a flyer in the counseling center or check out the Tex-Ann website. Tex-ann candidates must attend the mandatory parent meeting with a parent or guardian on March 25th at 6:30 in the Sarah Bernhardt Theater.

March 10, 2021

Free movement turned on due to Edgenuity system upgrade

Free movement turned on due to Edgenuity system upgrade. Click here for details https://cutt.ly/gzQfx7f

3rd Nine Week Courses End March 11th

Reminder that all VLA courses end for students on Thursday March 11th. Any work completed after 11:59 pm on 3/11/21 will not be counted.

IMPORTANT

Pre-Registration for Virtual Students for 2021-2022 School Year

Click here to view https://cutt.ly/slN2a41

March 8, 2021

March 4, 2021

VLA Tutorials on 3/6/21

We will be having VLA tutorials this Saturday March 6th from 8a-12p.

Senior Girls-Sorority Recruitment

Senior Girls—if you will be attending college in the fall and are interested in finding our more information about Sorority Recruitment, please make plans to attend the San Angelo Panhellenic Forum


THIS SUNDAY, at 2 pm at Trinity Lutheran Church. More information can be found at the San Angelo Panhellenic Website: www.sanangelopanhellenic.org Come Sunday at 2:00 to learn more.

February 25, 2021

VLA Tutorials this Saturday Feb. 27th

We will be having tutorials this Saturday Feb. 27th

Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm (come and go)

Location: Tucker Hall on Main Campus

February 23, 2021

SAT and TSI Test Date Changed to March 24th

Attention : The SAT and TSI exam have been moved from March 3rd to March 24th. Information about where to report to on testing day and what to bring will be announced in the weeks to come.

February 22, 2021

Important Updates for Virtual Academy Students due to Impact from Winter Storm

Dear Virtual Academy high school and middle school students and families:


San Angelo ISD is working to adjust management of course progress and content within Edgenuity this morning related to the school closures from the winter storm. Due to these adjustments, please wait to begin working on your courses until 1pm today, Monday, February 22nd. These adjustments are necessary to ensure students progress smoothly through the remainder of the 9-week course without impacts from the week of closure.


We appreciate your flexibility and adaptability as we make these adjustments. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your digital support teacher directly.

February 12, 2021

No VLA Tutorials on 2/13/21. Stay safe and warm.

Free Movement over 4 day Weekend

We will open our VLA courses over the 4-day weekend coming up this weekend, for students to continue working and catch up if they need to. Courses will open at 4pm on Thursday (2/11) and close the morning of 2/16 (Tuesday).

February 5, 2021

SENIORS: TSI Testing March 3rd

Seniors, the TSI will be offered to you on-campus at no cost on Wednesday, March 3rd.

All seniors that need one or more of the TSI tests will be sent an email with sign-up information. Take advantage of this opportunity and get signed up before the 9th. Give you counselor a call or email if you have any questions.

VLA Tutorials for February

We will be having tutorials through February.


Dates: 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 2/27


Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm (come and go)


Location: Tucker Hall on Main Campus

Students that have a NON-SAISD Device

Students we are needing to know if you are currently using a non-SAISD device for virtual academy. Everyone will need to compote a form. Please follow the link to follow the link below and fill out the attached Google Doc :


https://forms.gle/1XLi9Ju6v4NPhpP88

CHS SAT TEST OPT OUT- Juniors (Updated Information)

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January 20, 2021

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January 5, 2021

Welcome Back!

Welcome back! We hope that you had a good and restful break. All student's courses are loaded and ready for you to get started.

VLA Tutorials

VLA tutorials will be on the following Saturdays for January 16, 23, and 30th. We look forward to you joining.

December 14, 2020

Virtual Finals/Exams

Any students taking a virtual course in Edgenuity, will take their final through Edgenuity (not in person.)


*Students exempt from their final(s) who have completed all courses, will have to “check-in” to their 2nd Period class through Edgenuity email on exam days.


*Students who are exempt from finals, do not have to complete the review or exams, but are still required to fully complete each graded assignment by 11:59 pm on Thursday December 17th.


*Any assignments, tests, exams not completed by 11:59 pm on Thursday December 17th, will be graded as a zero (0).

December 8, 2020

FALL SEMESTER VIRTUAL EXEMPTION GUIDELINES

FALL SEMESTER VIRTUAL EXEMPTION GUIDELINES

*All courses will be eligible for an exemption.


*Students will be exempt from their final if they have a passing SEMESTER average - 1st and 2nd Nine weeks averaged together as of Friday, December 11th.


*Attendance does not impact an exemption.


*Students passing the class can opt to take a final to raise their semester average.


*Tracking Teachers will be emailing students on Monday, December 14th and Tuesday, December 15th letting them know if exempt or testing for each course.


*Students exempt from their final(s) who have completed all courses, will have to “check-in” to their 2nd Period class through Edgenuity email on exam days.


*Students who are exempt from finals are still required to fully complete each course by 11:59 pm on Thursday December 17th.


*Any assignments, tests, exams not completed by 11:59 pm on Thursday December 17th, will be graded as a zero (0).

STAAR EOC TESTING

Below are the 2020 STAAR Fall Testing Dates. Report to Tucker Hall.


December 8th

English I


December 9th

Algebra I and US History


December 10th

English II


December 11th

Biology


Testing is for those who have not passed or were not waived from STAAR testing in the Spring/Summer 2020.

December 3, 2020

Exemptions for Fall 2020 Semester Exams

  • All courses will be eligible for an exemption.
  • Students will be exempt from their final if they have a passing SEMESTER average (1st and 2nd Nine weeks averaged together) as of Friday, December 11th.
  • Attendance does not impact an exemption.
  • Students can opt to take a final to raise their semester average.
  • Students exempt from their final will have to “check-in” to their 2nd Period Class through Schoology on exam days if exempt.

December 1, 2020

Today is the Last Day to Switch Instructional Models! Forms Close at Midnight.

The window to allow parents to switch instructional models for the 3rd 9-week grading period closes tonight (Tuesday, December 1) at midnight! Click the link below to access online forms to request to switch between in-person instruction and the Virtual Academy.
To find out more information on our window to switch instructional models, https://www.saisd.org/switch.

High Schools

Central High School (Main Campus and Oakes Campus)

Lake View High School

PAYS

November 19, 2020

Reminder Virtual Fridays Starts Tomorrow

REMINDER: High school in-person students grades 9-12 at Central High School, Central High School on Oakes, Lake View High School, PAYS and Carver campuses will have the first of three fully virtual Fridays tomorrow, Nov. 20. For virtual Fridays, high school students will not need to report to campus but instead connect online for classes using the Schoology Learning Management System. SAISD is piloting virtual Fridays for high school students due to staffing issues and for the health and wellness of our community for three dates: Nov. 20, Dec. 4 and 11.


Students will be expected to log in to all courses through Schoology on virtual Fridays and 1) complete an assignment, 2) make progress in the course, or 3) communicate with the teacher through Schoology. All students must log in to second period for attendance purposes. Completion of assignments and communications can occur throughout the day and does not necessarily have to occur during the scheduled class period.

This temporary shift to virtual Fridays for our in-person high school students will enable SAISD to allocate our personnel resources where they are most needed in our elementary and middle schools. By the numbers, Friday is consistently the most challenging day for staffing purposes.


We also recognize that our high school students are generally better equipped to be independent learners than our younger students, and have experience working within our Schoology platform. Selecting high school for Friday closures also correlates with the current medical guidance we are receiving. Information from our local health authorities suggests younger students have lower transmission rates of COVID-19 and are less likely to be infected by it.


Student and staff health and safety remain our top priority. We continue to evaluate and consult with local health officials and the Center for Disease Control multiple times per week to assess current conditions. SAISD has implemented protocols at all campuses and facilities to maximize safety.


For more information on the virtual Fridays pilot click this link. We look forward to continuing to serve the needs of our community, staff and students. SAISD will provide more information in the coming weeks through our website, social media platforms and email. We appreciate our families and students working with us to provide successful educational experiences as we navigate these new challenges and changes. Your ability to be flexible is important as we partner with you to educate, inspire and empower every student in these times.

Free Movement in Edgenuity over Thanksgiving Break

San Angelo ISD students are out of school for Thanksgiving break November 23rd-27th. This holiday break provides an excellent opportunity for students to complete work through the Virtual Learning Academy. Students have the opportunity to work through their courses without being hindered due to being locked out of quizzes. Standard procedure blocks a student from moving forward if he or she fails a quiz. During this holiday break for students, adjustment to district settings will allow students to work freely through their courses and not be stopped from failing a quiz. Students that fail a quiz will need to schedule time with their Digital Support Teachers to retake a failed quiz after the holiday break.


Please click here for more information.

Instructional Model Switch Request Forms Now Available

Beginning today, we are opening the window for two weeks to allow parents to switch instructional models for the 3rd 9-week grading period. Families will have the opportunity to switch between in-person instruction and the Virtual Academy through Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Switches made through this process will be effective at the start of the 3rd 9-weeks, which begins on January 5, 2021. Additional opportunities to switch will be available at each 9-week grading period during this school year. If you wish for your student to remain in their current instructional model preference, no action is required from you at this time.

Below you will find links for forms to request to switch your student's instructional model. The forms are specific to each school, and you will need to complete a separate form for each of your students. After your request form is received, you will receive a follow-up call from your child’s campus to verify that you are requesting the switch and to discuss other related information. It is important that you connect with your campus for this call. If you have students at more than one campus, you should receive a call from each campus.

Important Reminders

Please review the following important reminders before completing a request form as it could impact your choice of instructional model:

In-person Instruction:

  • We ask for support and cooperation from parents to send all students to school with a mask regardless of age.
    • During times of transition, all students will wear a mask. If your student does not have a mask, one will be provided to them.
  • Parents are to self-screen their students for symptoms of COVID-19 daily in compliance with this Acknowledgment and Agreement. Parents are expected not to send their child to a SAISD facility if the child or anyone in the child’s household has any of the COVID-19 symptoms.
  • At this time and until further notice, visitors are not permitted on our school campuses during the school day as part of our updated district-wide visitor policy to minimize the exposure and community spread of COVID-19.

Virtual Academy:

  • Virtual Academy students are expected to log-in daily, although scheduling of the day can be flexible. Your student should complete assignments in each subject area each day.
  • Secondary Virtual Academy students should expect to spend a comparable amount of time to what they would spend in a traditional school setting to be successful. This will vary somewhat, but could extend past the hours of a traditional in-person school day if the student is in advanced courses that require additional homework.
  • Virtual Academy students will need a device. If you are switching to the Virtual Academy and do not have a device, please contact your campus to secure one.
  • Virtual Academy courses are not taught by SAISD teachers, but Virtual Academy students will have a SAISD digital support teacher who will be available to provide support for students during the regular school day.

Secondary (Middle School and High School) Course Availability:

  • Not all courses are available within each instructional model, so your student’s course schedule may require adjustments to be made by working with your campus counselor.
  • It is also possible that in-person classes may not have the capacity for new students. This is less likely to be an issue with core courses like English and Math, and more likely when dealing with certain elective and advanced courses.
  • If your schedule requires adjustment, you can walk through the process when you receive your verification call concerning the switch request from your campus. If, after discussing any scheduling issues, you decide not to change instructional models, your student can remain in their current instructional model.

Instructional Model Switch Request Forms

Click the appropriate link(s) below to complete and submit the online Instructional Model Switch Request Forms no later than Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Upon successfully completing the request form, you will receive a confirmation email with a copy of your submission. We recommend that you print or save a digital copy and keep the copy of the confirmation email for your records.

High Schools

Central High School (Main Campus and Oakes Campus)

Lake View High School

PAYS

We appreciate our families’ and students' support and flexibility during this unique time. Your partnership is vital for a smooth transition into the next 9 weeks. Together, we will provide each student a positive educational experience and will make this a successful school year.

November 18, 2020

Virtual Fridays Starting Nov. 20th, Dec. 4th and Dec. 11th

Due to staffing considerations, including allocation of limited substitutes, and the health and wellness of our community, San Angelo ISD will pilot fully virtual Fridays for our high school in-person students Nov. 20th, Dec. 4th, and Dec. 11th.


This means on Fridays for these three dates only our in-person high school students, grades 9-12 at Central High School, Central High School on Oakes, Lake View High School, PAYS and Carver campuses, will not report to campus but instead connect online for their classes using the Schoology Learning Management System. High school staff will continue to report to campuses for work on Fridays. This update does not impact elementary or middle school in-person students who will continue to have in-person instruction on Fridays as regularly scheduled. All Virtual Academy students will continue as regularly scheduled via the virtual platform.


Additional details for the virtual Fridays for high school in-person students include:

  • Virtual Fridays are only planned for the three Friday dates listed above. This update is only for Fridays. Monday through Thursdays will remain at normal schedules on campus.
  • Students should log-in to Schoology on Fridays by their second period for attendance.
  • Extracurricular activities and athletic schedules will be communicated by coaches and sponsors.
  • High school students can pick up “grab-and-go” curbside lunches as part of the free meals for all children each Friday between 1:00 - 1:35 pm at the following locations: Lake View High School - 900 E. 43rd and Lee Middle School - 2500 Sherwood Way. The student does not need to attend one of the listed sites to receive the free meal. Parents and students will not need to pre-order meals through SchoolCafe.
  • High school students enrolled in Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses at Howard College will also receive online instruction on Fridays and will not need to report to the West Texas Training Center (WTTC).

This temporary shift to virtual Fridays for our in-person high school students will enable SAISD to allocate our personnel resources where they are most needed in our elementary and middle schools. By the numbers, Friday is consistently the most challenging day for staffing purposes.


We also recognize that our high school students are generally better equipped to be independent learners than our younger students, and have experience working within our Schoology platform. Selecting high school for Friday closures also correlates with the current medical guidance we are receiving. Information from our local health authorities suggests younger students have lower transmission rates of COVID-19 and are less likely to be infected by it.

Student and staff health and safety remain our top priority. We continue to evaluate and consult with local health officials and the Center for Disease Control multiple times per week to assess current conditions. SAISD has implemented protocols at all campuses and facilities to maximize safety.


We look forward to continuing to serve the needs of our community, staff and students. SAISD will provide more information in the coming weeks through our website, social media platforms and email. We appreciate our families and students working with us to provide successful educational experiences as we navigate these new challenges and changes. Your ability to be flexible is important as we partner with you to educate, inspire and empower every student in these times.

VLA Tutorials

CHS is offering in-person tutorials for students in the Virtual Academy EVERY Saturday this nine weeks starting Saturday, November 7th from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. We will have teachers in Math, Science, Social Studies and English to help answer questions, to reteach areas students are struggling with, and to assist students develop a plan to stay on track with their course load.

Our VLA Tutorials will be held in Tucker Hall at the Main Campus in rooms 130 and 132. You must wear a mask at all times. These sessions are “come and go” tutorials - Come when you can and stay as long as you need the help.

Take advantage of this opportunity and see you Saturday!

November 12, 2020

Picture Retakes

Underclassmen, if you need a retake for your yearbook picture or were absent on picture day, your retake days are this week!


Sophomores and juniors can retake their photo on Tuesday in the cafeteria on the Main campus.


Freshmen retakes will be on Thursday in the auditorium at Oakes.


This is the last chance to take your photo for the yearbook, so be sure to go by if you need to have it taken!

3 Week Progress Report

All assignments through November 6th will be reflected on the 3 week IPR that will be posted on Nov. 11th in Home Access Center.

November 4, 2020

Central Newspaper Now Online

Hey Bobcats! The first issue of the newspaper for this year is online now! Go to https://bobcatnews3.wixsite.com/central to read all about the events that have been happening lately!

ATTENTION SENIORS ONLY

FAFSA Night Rescheduled

Get help completing your FAFSA for College.

Thursday November 5 5:00-7:00 pm in Tucker, Room 109 or Virtually through Zoom

Appointment required, please come by the counseling center to make your appointment. If you made an appointment for Oct. 27, please come by and make a new appointment so we know if this new date will work for you.

Things to bring:

· Student's Social Security card

· Driver's license

· Parents’ 2019 Federal Income Tax return

· Your FSA ID/Username and password for student & parent (you can request one now at www.FAFSA.ed.gov )

October 28, 2020

Vote for Homecoming Court

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October 27, 2020

UPDATE: Due to icy weather conditions on roadways, overpasses and bridges and anticipated continued precipitation and freezing temperatures throughout the morning and afternoon, San Angelo ISD campuses and offices will be CLOSED for the day, today, October 27, 2020 for the safety of our students and staff. Students and staff will return to campuses and offices tomorrow, Wednesday, October 28, 2020. There will be no expectation of online attendance for Virtual Academy students and in-person students.

SAISD has been in constant contact with the National Weather Service, TxDOT, the Department of Public Safety and other local agencies. In addition, SAISD crews began driving the roads this morning at 4:00 a.m. to assess driving conditions.


It is important to note that decisions made regarding school delays and/or closures are not based on temperature, but icy road conditions that make travel dangerous. Continue to check our website, Facebook, Twitter, or local media channels for further weather-related updates.

October 26, 2020

Due to a winter weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service and anticipated icy weather conditions on bridges and overpasses, San Angelo ISD will be operating on a 2-hour delayed schedule tomorrow, October, 27, 2020 for the safety of our students and staff. Buses will run two hours later from their normal pick up time.

Additional details:

  • High school students should report to their 3rd period classroom as they will begin with that class period. Virtual Academy students in high school who participate in on-campus extracurricular activities will only need to report to campus for the activities if they occur at 3rd period or after on a regular school day. Any activities regularly scheduled during 1st and 2nd period will be cancelled for the day.

We will continue to monitor the weather overnight and throughout the morning. If weather conditions necessitate further changes to the schedule, we will communicate that in the morning.

SAISD has been in constant contact with the National Weather Service, TxDOT, the Department of Public Safety, and other local agencies. In addition, SAISD crews will begin driving the roads tomorrow morning at 4:00 a.m. to assess driving conditions.

It is important to note that decisions made regarding school delays and/or closures are not based on temperature, but icy road conditions that make travel dangerous.

For answers to frequently asked questions about weather-related closures and delays, please visit: https://www.saisd.org/weather.

October 19, 2020

IMPORTANT: Forensic Science for 2nd Nine Weeks

For the 2nd nine weeks we will be using A+ and iCEV to complete all course work.


Your username and password were provided to you through email on Friday October 16, 2020. If you did not received an email please email Hector Romo.


Click here for Welcome Letter


Click here for Course Outline and Map between A+LS and iCEV


To access A+ website:

Please click on A+ or use the web address: http://aplus.saisd.org/main/index.html. When accessing A+ you will need to login using the browser playback button.


To access iCEV website:

Please on iCEV or use the web address: https://login.icevonline.com/Login


Video on how to use A+LS and iCEV:

A+LS and iCEV Program Walkthrough Video

ATTENTION SENIORS ONLY

Get help completing your FAFSA for College.

Tuesday, Oct 27 5:00-7:00 pm in Tucker, Room 109 or Virtually through Zoom

Appointment required, please come by the counseling center to make your appointment.

Things to bring:

· Student's Social Security card

· Driver's license

· Parents’ 2019 Federal Income Tax return

· Your FSA ID/Username and password for student & parent (you can request one now at www.FAFSA.ed.gov )

ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery)

If you are interested in taking the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) on Wednesday, November 4th, please stop by the Counseling Center to pick up an application. Applications are due by Friday October 30th. This test is free!

School Pictures for Yearbook

We will be taking underclassmen photos for yearbook this week. Students enrolled in the virtual academy must check in at the front office for each location before going to get your picture taken.


Freshmen will take their photos on Tuesday, October 20 in the auditorium at Oakes.


Sophomores will take theirs on Wednesday, October 21in the cafeteria at Main.


Juniors will take theirs on Thursday, October 22 in the cafeteria at Main.


Seniors, if you have not taken your senior portrait yet, you will need to contact the Photo Studio at 944-4406 to set up a time to take your photo as soon as possible!

SAT and TSI Testing Information for March 24th


SAT Exam Instructions click here https://cutt.ly/kzgBJZ1


SAT Master Report List click here https://cutt.ly/jxlTY4j


TSI Master Report List click here https://cutt.ly/0xlTKuC