St. Croix Central High School
Family Newsletter: September 3, 2019
District Vision & Mission
Be a district respected by others as a model of excellence in student achievement.
To prepare our students with exceptional character, knowledge, and skills to thrive in their changing world
From Mr. Soderberg
Hello SCC Families,
Well, we're off and running. Last week we welcomed our class of 2023 to high school with a day of fun, team building, making connections with upperclassmen, and a chance to meet our staff. According to the students, the day was informative, fun, and much worthwhile.
On Friday, August 30th we welcomed all students back to school. The day started with an all-school assembly which allowed us the opportunity to lay the foundation for a great year. We emphasized the uniquely supportive culture we enjoy at SCC and the importance of guarding that culture. Adults and students alike were reminded that we each have the power to choose how we treat each other. We each have the power to serve others, show empathy, and lift each other up. At SCC we want to turn those words into action.
For the second consecutive year, we are focused on three major areas critical to the overall excellence of our school. We set building goals around academic achievement, student climate, and adult culture. The goals will continue to drive what we do and keep us focused on the aspects of our school that make it a great place for everyone and a model of excellence.
As always, I look forward to working with our families, students, and staff to maximize our positive impact on student learning and personal growth.
Upcoming Dates to Remember
Wednesday, September 11th - Testing Day for 9th through 11th Grade Students
Freshmen and Sophomores - Aspire Interim Assessment
Juniors - Pre-ACT Assessment
Seniors - no school - work from home
Note: All IDS students will report to school
Thursday, October 3rd
Advanced Placement Information
Changes to AP
The College Board has made some changes to AP registration and ordering. The following are the dates and deadlines to remember:
September 3rd: Students will be given a “join code” from their teacher in each of their AP classes to register for the AP course and exam. In order for students to have access to AP materials, they should register as soon as possible. Students will be automatically registering for the exam, but are not yet committed to taking the exam
November 1st: Students should speak with their AP teacher if they are considering not taking the AP exam.
Students can start making payment to the main office for their exam (s)
November 8th: Payments for AP exams are due. Any exams ordered after this date will incur an additional $40 late order fee
November 15th: Exams may be canceled after this date, but $40 will be charged per unused exam.
More information will be communicated via email to students and parents in October. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the AP Coordinator, Tracy Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to our New Staff Members
- Shelly Tollefson - Head Cook
- Rachel Hanson - Special Education
- Justin Yaron - Math
- Carole Scheder - Social Studies
- John Koehler - Social Studies
- Travis Madigan - Counseling
For students participating in the CAPP program.
Fee: $100 per credit (i.e 3 credit course = $300)
Due: October 1, 2019
Please make checks payable to St. Croix Central
If you have any questions, please contact Travis Madigan at email@example.com
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