St. Croix Central High School

Family Newsletter: July 22, 2019

STUDENTS FIRST

Our Vision of Learning at SCC High School

In full support of our district mission and vision we at SCC High School are committed to...

Creating a learning experience built on creativity, choice, efficiency, and engagement resulting in high-achieving and creative problem-solvers who take intellectual risks to discover the world around them and maximize their potential.

From Mr. Soderberg

Hello SCC Families,


I hope your summer has been enjoyable and filled with great memories. As we prepare for the 2019-2020 school year, I would like to share some information about what you can expect this year.


Daily Schedule Change

Our school day will begin at 8:00 am and conclude at 3:20 pm. All students are expected to be in the building by 7:55 am and in their first-period classroom by 8:00 am.


Homeroom and WIN (What I Need): All students will be assigned to a daily Homeroom and WIN during 9th-period each day. The first 10 minutes of the period will be dedicated to homeroom activities and topics while the final 30 minutes will be used for academic intervention, support, and work time


Open House: Wednesday, August 21st - Fall Open House & Cahill Picture Day.

  • Session 1: 1:00 - 4:00 pm
  • Dinner Break for Staff: 4:00 - 5:00 pm (please plan accordingly)
  • Session 2: 5:00 - 7:00 pm


Each family will receive a hard copy of the open house informational packet providing details for the open house. If you have questions please contact the main office at 715-796-5383.


"Day One"

Thursday, August 29th is designated as "Day One" and will operate as a normal school day (8:00 am - 3:20 pm). However, this day will be set aside as an orientation day for incoming freshmen and other new students (i.e. transfer and exchange students optional) only.


Along with the high school staff, a group of upperclassmen who have volunteered to be part of our "Pathfinders" leadership group will be working with the freshmen and new students to help with their smooth transition to the high school.


We ask any students who are not directly involved with "Day One" to stay out of the high school and off the property between 7:30 am and 3:20 pm.

  • Normal bus routes will be available and the school will be open each day by 6:00 am.
  • If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Klein (tklein@scc.k12.wi.us).


10th through 12th-grade students will begin school on Friday, August 30th.


2019 - 2020 Student Class Schedules: The 2019-2020 student schedules will be available via Skyward prior to the open house on August 21st. Students are encouraged to access their schedule via Skyward.


If students would like to request schedule changes, they may email their assigned counselor.


Picture Retakes:

Picture retakes will take place on Thursday, October 3rd.


As always, I look forward to working with our families, students, and staff to maximize our positive impact on student learning and personal growth.


Go Panthers,


Mr. Soderberg

Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) comes to SCCHS

Starting with the 2019-20 school year St. Croix Central High School will be working with UW- Oshkosh to provide opportunities for our students to earn college credit while in high school. We have entered into a program called CAPP (Cooperative Academic Partnership Program). CAPP affords high school students the opportunity to earn college credits while taking courses within their high school from their high school teachers.


For 2019-20 we will be offering the following CAPP courses

  • Math 108 (5 credits) - Mr. Kimberly

    • SCC Course: Pre-Calculus

  • English 101 (3 credits) - Mr. Jourdeans

    • SCC Course: English 10 Honors

    • SCC Course: AP Literature


We are already making plans to expand this program for the 2020-2021 school year and beyond. Stay tuned for updates.

Welcome to our New Staff Members

We are very pleased to welcome several new staff members to the high school family.
  • Shelly Tollefson - Head Cook
  • Rachel Hanson - Special Education
  • Justin Yaron - Math
  • Carole Scheder - Social Studies
  • John Koehler - Social Studies
  • Travis Madigan - Counseling

Are You Interested in Hosting a Foreign Exhange Student?

AFS is looking for host families for students who are coming to our area this fall. Host families provide a bed, food, & loving support. Students come with their own health insurance and spending money. Families of all types; married, single, single parents, young children, no children, can host. Families have the option to host for the school year, semester or just 12 weeks. Will you be that person, that family who makes a world of difference in the life of a young person? Please contact Lisa Boynton: lboynton@afsusa.org / 651-356-1848 (call or text) to learn more or www.afsusa.org/host-family

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