Updated September 15th
Family Forum- Hybrid Virtual and In Person
Tuesday, Sep. 19th, 5:30pm
351 Pleasant Lake Avenue
Please join us in person or virtually for our Family Forum this Thuesday at 5:30pm. If you plan on attending virtually please RSVp so we can send you the link. Only parents and guardians that RSVP will receive the link.
Billy Terranova is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Family Forum
Time: Sep 19, 2023 05:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Family Forum Agenda Tuesday, Sept. 19th Agenda
Library Conference Room
- Opening of School
- Academies- Where and How?
- Blue Days
- Homecoming & Spirit Week
- Fall Sports
- Tech Night
- Extra-Curricular Activities & Activity Fair
- Other Business
Parents of Seniors: THE SENIOR PROJECT PARENT PRESENTATION will begin at 6:00 pm in the Presentation Room
Senior Project Parent and Guardian Presentation
Tuesday, Sep. 19th, 6pm
351 Pleasant Lake Avenue
Parents of seniors must attend this informational presentation! Students are highly encouraged to attend with their parents. Here you will find out the requirements and due dates for your student as they embark on this exciting project. There will be a brief presentation and the opportunity for parents to ask questions. Parental support is key to the success of our Seniors, and success in Senior Project is a requirement for graduation. We encourage parents of all Seniors to attend. The meeting will be held in the Performance Space on the second floor of the school.
Some parents and guardians have inquired about attending tonight's meeting virtually, or having access to it after the fact. In order to accommodate that request, we are offering the option of attending tonight's Senior Project meeting for parents EITHER in-person or through Google Meet. Here is the link to join the meeting:
To join the video meeting, click this link: https://meet.google.com/nag-qnbd-smt
Otherwise, to join by phone, dial +1 574-404-7665 and enter this PIN: 521 972 083#
To view more phone numbers, click this link: https://tel.meet/nag-qnbd-smt?hs=5
I will be opening the meeting at around 5:50, and will be recording it, as well. This will allow me to share the presentation, including any questions that parents or guardians may ask at the end. To be clear, this is a meeting intended for parents. Students are welcome, but their attendance is not necessary.
Senior Yearbook Photograph Info
Senior pictures are due by November 7, 2023. The date is important because of the deadlines we are given by the Yearbook printer. Late pictures are defined as any picture turned in after 5:00 pm, November 7, 2020. For seniors who do not submit a yearbook photo, their Lifetouch picture will be included, if appropriate.
The goal of the Cape Cod Regional Tech Yearbook is to have the student’s face as the focus of the picture as well as to keep a similarity amongst the senior portraits. Therefore, we would appreciate your support of the following requirements for senior pictures to be included in the senior portrait section of the Yearbook.
Please submit one color .jpg file picture that follows each guideline listed:
* resolution must be 300 dpi (ppi) or greater
* image size 2.5 inches wide by 3.5 inches tall
*.jpg file photo must be uploaded through the following link:
Then enter school code 16981
And continue to site
Go to Send Images with ESHARE and click on “SHARE IMAGES”
Then follow directions to upload your photo
* indoor or outdoor shot keep the background plain, the focus should be on the student not the background
* no sepia or other coloring effects
* crisp shot – no “fuzzy/out of focus” shots
* head and shoulders shot preferred
* street clothes - no costumes (which includes but not limited to) cap and gown or sport/band uniforms.
* drapes are acceptable but the entire side of the shoulder- starting at the absolute top of the curve of the shoulder-should be covered as well as no exposed cleavage and not low cut (should not fall below underarm line in front and should not fall below top of shoulder blade in back)
* suggested clothing for males: suit with tie, shirt with tie, turtleneck sweater, crewneck sweater or sleeved crewneck top
* suggested clothing for females: sleeved turtleneck sweater, sleeved crewneck sweater or sleeved crewneck top or a drape (only as described and pictured far left)
* no off-the-shoulder, “spaghetti” strap, tank, tube, low cut (falls below underarm line), one strap, backless, halter or see through tops
* poses that show the back of the subject - the back must be covered from top of shoulder blade down
* no hats or other head coverings
* modest makeup is allowed
* no exposed tattoos
* minimal jewelry and hair accessories are allowed but must not detract focus away from the face
* no props and/or miscellaneous objects
* no others included in shot
* standing pose only – no leaning
* no text and/or graphics on clothing and no stamped text on picture such as name or year of graduation.
* student’s appearance must also meet CCT student dress code:
Student Dress Code In order to create a positive environment conducive to learning, students are to be appropriately and neatly dressed. If a student’s general attire or appearance represents a danger to his/her health or welfare, or attracts undue attention to the extent that it becomes a disruptive factor in the school, the student will be asked to make necessary changes. Repeated infractions will be subject to discipline. Each shop has the right to establish footwear, dress, uniform, hair and jewelry standards as prescribed by written policy. Failure to follow shop or school dress code may result in disciplinary action. Parents may be called to bring in clothing items for the student to wear. 1. Clothing which feature offensive and/or vulgar words, pictures or drawings or phrases of a sexual nature or that have derogatory language regarding a person’s ethnic background, origin, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or disability is not permitted. 2. Clothing which represents any group, gang, organization which advocates violence is not permitted. 3. Clothing which features alcohol, tobacco, weapons, or illegal drugs is not permitted. 4, The wearing of clothing which is unduly revealing, ie: tank tops, exposing undergarments, short shorts, and short skirts is not permitted. Leggings, tights, yoga pants and any other extremely form fitting apparel are considered an accessory and must be worn with dress/skirt or shorts. Hat/Hood/Headwear Policy As part of the school dress code, students are not allowed to wear hats, hoods, or other headwear in any school building during a regular school day from the opening of the building in the morning until the conclusion of the school day unless otherwise instructed by the administration or shop teacher. Upon entering the building, the student should remove his/her hat or headwear and properly secure it either in his/her pocket, backpack or locker. Students who forget will be given a reminder. Students who continually disobey this rule will face consequences according to the Students’ Code of Conduct, possible confiscation of unauthorized headwear may be required and will require retrieval from parent/guardian.
* no watermarks
Decisions for inclusion will be limited to the Yearbook Adviser, and Principal.
Students may choose any photography studio to have their pictures taken. It is the responsibility of the student and/or parent/guardian to make sure that the picture submitted meets all of our requirements in order to be included in the senior portrait section.
The Yearbook staff members and adviser are not responsible for any photo edits that may be needed on submitted pictures in order to meet stated rules for acceptance. The staff and adviser reserve the right to crop pictures for space and content.Mr. Mark
Dear Cape Cod Tech Students and Families,
Students who are driving should park in the designated lot, follow the signs. Student drivers will need to register their cars by clicking here or the button below. Please complete the registration below by September 19th.
Parents and guardians, please complete the Emergency Form in the forms section at the bottom.
For Tuesday September 5th, Morning:
- Ninth Graders: Please report to your first-period class. There will be teachers and staff in the hallway to help guide you to the correct class. If you don't have your schedule, don't worry just stop by Student Services.
- Tenth Graders: Go to shop
- Eleventh Graders: Stop by your shop to pick up your schedule.
- Twelfth Graders: Go to shop
Our 2023--2024 Calendar is now available below and here:
Remember on Maroon Weeks 10/12 in shop and 9/11 in academics, on Gray Weeks 9/11 in shop and 10/12 in academics.
Bus schedules are below.
This is an exciting time for our community. Again, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (508)432-4500 ext 2000.
September At A Glance
5 First Day for Students
7 Picture Day for 10/11/12 grade
6 Blue day 1:35 Dismissal
13 Blue Day 1:35 Dismissal
14 9th Grade Parent Night 6:00
19 Family Forum 5:30
20 Blue Day 1:35 Dismissal
27 Blue Day 1:35 Dismissal
28 School Committee 6:00
Athletics and Late Bus Schedule
PSAT PARENT INFORMATION
Ninth Grade Parent Night
Thursday, Sep. 14th, 6pm
351 Pleasant Lake Avenue
If a student is not present in the class/ shop at the time attendance is taken in the morning, they will be marked tardy and will have to report to the main office for a tardy pass. Accumulation of excess tardies as defined in the student handbook will result in disciplinary action. Being on time is an employability skill. Cape Cod Tech not only trains students in skills specific to their technical area but CCT also teaches professionalism and employability skills to the standards of the industries in which they represent.
Please see below a quick link to our attendance policy as well as other important information about attendance.
Need a locker?
Seniors.... Senior Project Kickoff is the first week of September!
Need to touch base with a teacher, click the button above and search their department.
Not sure how to use the Community Portal?
Click here for a link on how to use the Community Portal. This is a step-by-step guide on how to use our SchoolBrains Community Portal. Just follow the directions to access your student's grades, report cards, attendance and discipline reports.
Please Complete Forms Below
Below this section, you will find some forms for you to complete and information to help your student and your family to navigate the year. The emergency form is essential for your student. It allows us to distribute OTC medication and reach other contacts in case of an emergency. In the past, we would have parents complete this on paper. This year we have an easier electronic form. Below the emergency form, you will find links to other forms and documents. For ones that you need to submit, please either print or make a copy, complete the form, sign it, and send it in with your child. If you have any questions, please let us know at 508-432-4500 ext 2000
This document must be completed every year for every Cape Cod Tech student. Please complete ASAP to ensure your student's information is up to date.
Please have the prescriber complete the form and submit to nurse
If you DO NOT wish your student’s directory information to be shared by Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, please read, complete, sign and return this form to Cape Cod Regional Technical High School by Friday, September 29
GOT A JOB? STEPS FOR GETTING A WORK PERMIT
Step 1. - Student prints and completes the work permit application (pages 1 & 2 ). The application form can be picked up in the Superintendent’s Office or can be printed from the school website in both Student or Parent/Forms.
Step 2. Obtain signatures including:
2) physician’s office (*for 14 & 15 year-olds only),
3) parent/guardian, and
Step 3. Return completed signature pages to Mrs. Mullen at the Superintendent’s Office before the first class or during lunch period.
Step 4. Mrs. Mullen will type the work permit.
Step 5. - Student and Superintendent sign the Work Permit and student gives it to the employer for their records.