Weekly Newsletter & Bulletin
Spring 2021, 3rd ed. - January 25 - 29, 2021
Scheduling Talks for Juniors with their Counselor
In the next few days, you will be meeting with your school counselor via Google Meet during your English class (see below for the schedule). Further scheduling items will be emailed to you through parent square. It is very important that you attend your sessions with your school counselor and that you complete all the steps that will be given to you in order to finalize your 2021-2022 schedule.
Additionally, we will be mailing you the following items:
- Transcript (it documents all your semester final grades)
- High School Graduation Status (keeps track of what credits you completed and still need)
- CSU Eligibility Report (keeps track of your A-G 4 year college preparatory requirements)
If you have any questions, you may contact a counseling secretary at (805) 474-3200 ext. 2030 or at 2031. You can also email them at email@example.com or at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Scheduling with Sophomores Feb. 4th - 17th. Schedule to follow.
Scheduling with Freshman - March 10th - 18th. Schedule to follow.
Virtual Training Opportunities for Parents.
Join your fellow community members who have been trained on how to recognize
signs and symptoms of mental health or substance use challenges in youth and
adults, and how to help people find support to being their recovery journey.
There are 3 free opportunities for virtual Adult Mental Health First Aid and
3 free opportunities for virtual Youth Mental Health First Aid. Click the pictures below to see the information pamphlets.
College Board is hosting our first-ever series of virtual college fairs called BigFuture™ Days:
Sophmores and Juniors sign up for a chance to connect directly with college admissions representatives and current college students.
You will have a chance to explore colleges in a way that's not overwhelming, ask questions about topics they want to learn about, and take action on key college planning steps.
Administration is working on a plan for 9th, 10th, & 11th grade school pictures. Due to the Health Department guidelines, we cannot gather. As soon as we have an update, we will post on the school and yearbook websites.
ELKS Teenager of the Month Recipients
ELKS Teenager of the Month Recipients Congratulations!
Recipients are recognized for their achievements, character, leadership, service, and scholastics.
Meghan Reilly and Jay Rocha
Kaiya Ellison and Benjamin Feldman
Natalie Hurtado and Donovan Furtado
Order Senior Merchandise Here!
Class of 2021,
It's Senior Week! To start off the festivities, we want to congratulate you on a job well done! We are busy planning for your graduation festivities! Jostens is running some specials for cap & gown purchases.
If you just need the cap, gown and tassel, you can choose the cap & gown unit (it includes a tassel, so don't order an extra unless you want an extra to hang from your rear view mirror!).
Shop Here! to see all the products available!
We can't wait to celebrate our senior's accomplishments!
Click here to email your counselor. Change requests are not automatically granted. Please indicate the reason for your request when emailing. Thank you!
Seniors, every amount helps get you to your end goal! Check out the available scholarships here.
Cuesta Promise Admissions Steps Workshop
Friday, January 29th, 2020
Zoom Meeting Times:
10:00 AM - 11:00 A.M. & 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Attending Hancock Next Year? Mark Your Calendar!
Reopening Schools Update
In case you missed it, we wanted to make sure you saw that the California Department of Public Health released its new guidance for schools planning to reopen for in-person instruction, as well as a COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist. The good news is that our current plan already incorporates most of the requirements. The level of detail and guidance included this new release is encouraging.
Our county’s case rates still remain well beyond the threshold limit of 25/100,000 required for reopening. Please keep in mind that our current board adopted reopening criteria requires our county to remain in the red tier for two weeks.
The new guidance affects all schools, which are required to post a compliant COVID-19 Safety Plan prior to reopening. Schools that are already open must post their COVID-19 Safety Plan by February 1. Reopened is defined as having at least an entire grade span on campus for in-person instruction. We have robust learning pods but not entire grade spans so we are not considered to be reopened.
A more detailed update will be provided during Tuesday’s school board meeting. We will share the meeting materials with you via email when they are available.
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