Weekly Warrior

Volume 13 Issue 3 August 27, 2018

Important Dates

Aug 27th-Admin Code Training @SWHS Auditorium 4 PM

Aug 28th-Teacher Luncheon in Room 175 (Mrs. Winget-Culinary)

Aug 29th-Class Officer Elections

Aug 30th-3 Week RTI Reports (Submitted in Google Drive)

Sept 3rd-Labor Day

Sept 4th-Admin Code Training @PCHS Auditorium 4 PM

Sept 6th-Clubs 8:20 - 8:40 (Students without a club remain in 1st)

Sept 15th-Professional Growth Plans due to Evaluating Principals

Sept 17th-Picture Day for Grades 9-10-11

Sept 26th-Homecoming Nominations

Sept 27th-A1 Ice Cream Truck (schedule will be sent)

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Albert.io is up and running for the 2018-19 school year for our students-not just our AP students but any student looking to improve their ACT or SAT scores. With over 50,000 practice questions in a variety of subjects such as the APs, SATs, and ACTs, students and teachers use the site to improve their outcomes. Each question features detailed explanations so learners can fully understand why they got a question right or incorrect.

Albert has dashboards that allow educators to create classrooms, invite their students, and track performance and usage in real-time. Teachers are able to create custom assignments for single topics, themes, or entire subjects if they wish.

How to Get Started:

1) Create an account by going to Albert.io and click Sign Up in the top right. Make sure to select I'm a teacher and fill in the rest of the fields. Confirm with email.

2) Create a Class by clicking the Classes-->New Class and give it a name. Connect your class account to Southwestern High School and add the subject (s) you want your students to have access to. Feel free to add multiple subjects to your class.

3) Invite or Enroll Students by showing them the class code or typing their email. You also have the option to import your Google Classroom rosters.

Success With Higher Standards

Southwestern High School will strive to graduate every student college/career ready and prepared for the 21st century.