The Friday FINALE!

January 11-15, 2021

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A Student's Guide to Learning from Home | Santiago High School
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Happy New Year Shark Families!


I hope you had a safe holiday season. I know it was different from years past but hopefully a chance for all to re-charge your batteries, enjoy family, and get some much needed rest. As we get ready to start our Spring semester, I am excited for the possibilities that await us all. Hopefully we will be back to normal in 2021.


Students, a reminder to check Q for your Spring classes.


Looking forward to getting started on Monday and Go Sharks!


Kenny Torres

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December 2020 Positive Principal Referrals

December 2020 Positive Principal Referrals | Santiago High School
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Monday, January 11, 2021

Remote/Traditional: ODD Periods (1, 3, 5)


Virtual: ALL Periods (1-6)

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Remote/Traditional: EVEN Periods (2, 4, 6)


Virtual: ALL Periods (1-6)

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Remote/Traditional: ODD Periods (1, 3, 5)


Virtual: ALL Periods (1-6)

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Remote/Traditional: EVEN Periods (2, 4, 6)


Virtual: ALL Periods (1-6)

Friday, January 15, 2021

Remote/Traditional: ALL Periods (1-6)


Virtual: ALL Periods (1-6)

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Live Q & A with Mr. Torres, Principal

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Live Q & A Input Form

CLICK HERE to submit questions to be answered during this Q & A event by January 10, 2021.

TEXTBOOKS

Students who need to exchange their Government/ Economics/ AP Government textbooks for 2nd Semester can bring their 1st semester book and their student ID to the security checkpoint outside the main office in the Admin building during school hours beginning January 11. Students can give security their name, return the 1st semester textbook(s) no longer needed, and let them know which textbook they need for 2nd semester. A family member may also pick up/ return the Gov/ Econ books for a student with the student’s ID, the 1st semester textbook to be returned, and the name of the textbook they need.

Your Language Arts teacher will coordinate with Mrs. Filla for you regarding class novel distribution.


If you need other textbooks for any other classes for 2nd semester, please contact Mrs. Filla tfilla@cnusd.k12.ca.us and let her know which book(s) you need for which class(es). She will have them available for you 48 hrs. later at the security check point outside the front office in the Admin building. Please bring your ID card (or send a family member with your ID card) to pick the textbook up from security. ­­­­


If you send a family member, please make sure that they know the names of the textbooks that you are receiving, and the names of your teachers to facilitate receipt of all your books. Please return any textbook(s) that you don’t need for second semester to security when you pick up your 2nd semester textbook(s).


If you wish to return a textbook that is no longer needed from 1st semester, but don’t have a textbook that you need to pick up, we ask that you wait a few weeks before bringing your return to the security station outside the main office.

FINAL Picture Day

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A lot of social media reacting is reacting to the announcement from the CIF State office on Tuesday afternoon. Please allow me to clarify what you may have already heard want to make sure you have the accurate info to help quell the misinformation and/or miscommunication many of our athletic communities potentially confused by. Click on the document below for more information.

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Online Shark Shop Link

CLICK HERE to start your Santiago shopping.

Virtual Students Edgenuity Information

Students on the virtual track should take some time to review the following videos prior to Monday, January 11, 2021.


How to log in to Edgenuity (for students): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VhR-f--E3gXRCd3NYbMcJCaD3__osZiW/view?usp=sharing


Student Orientation Video: https://www.edgenuity.com/student-help/#Student_Orientation_Video-Course_Map

Join our Freshman Google Classroom

Click on the link to join the Class of 2024 Google Classroom.


Here you will find a wonderful lesson helping with life-long decisions. The link will go live on Monday 12/7/20.


Let’s explore your interests. The counseling department has put together a video to watch and to interact with.


The Interest Profiler is a career assessment tool that asks students to think about their interest in several career-based tasks. Based on their responses, students are matched with up to six interest areas, as well as several careers. By taking career assessments, students discover their strengths, preferences, and areas they can focus on as they work towards their goals.

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Attentions SENIORS,

Do you have questions about college applications or FAFSA? Please watch the Class of 2021 College & Career Readiness Presentation which covers the following important information: financial aid, scholarships, the college application process, options for after high school, SAT & ACT, transcripts, NCAA, Dual Enrollment and much more!

Class of 2021 College & Career Presentation
College & Career Presentation Information

CLICK HERE for more information.

Class of 2021 Important Information from Counseling

Seniors: Make sure to click on this Smore for information to find out how to use California Colleges to fill out your applications to UCs, Cal States, Community College and to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Additionally, you can find out information about Financial aid, local scholarships, office hours, obtaining a letter or recommendation and College and Career sources. CLICK on the link below.
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Join Your Counselor's Google Classroom

How to Order Transcripts

CLICK HERE for the steps on how to get an unofficial or official high school transcript.

CNUSD Intervention Counselors Webpage

We wanted to make a safe space to direct students, families, and staff that had resources, websites, etc for some of the challenges our student's and families face as well as resources for foster youth, mental health, LGBTQ+, etc.

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A lot of social media reacting is reacting to the announcement from the CIF State office on Tuesday afternoon. Please allow me to clarify what you may have already heard want to make sure you have the accurate info to help quell the misinformation and/or miscommunication many of our athletic communities potentially confused by. Click on the document below for more information.
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Is your student having issues with District-issued Chromebooks?

Our self-help area has solutions to many common problems. Click here to learn more. If you cannot find an answer there or if you need additional help, please email help@cnusd.k12.ca.us. Please include your contact information, student ID number, and as much detail as you can about the problem including any screenshots that might assist us in troubleshooting.

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If you are in need of a device, please complete the Device Survey located in Q Parent Connection. After completion of the device/internet request, the District will contact you in the coming weeks via email with a date/time for your device pickup appointment. Please await your emailed appointment.

Does my student(s) need to return the device, such as a Chromebook or Wifi Hot Spot?
Yes. Similar to textbooks, the devices will be returned at the end of the school year. More information to follow. The parent/guardian is responsible for any damages or costs incurred as a result of the student’s use and possession of the device. As outlined in board policy BP8500, the Board of Education intends that technology resources provided by the District be used in a safe, responsible, and proper manner in support of instructional programs for the advancement of student learning.


Steps to complete the registration process on Q Parent Connect:

  • Log into Parent Connect
  • Select Online Registration
  • Select Edit next to the desired student
  • Go to the Instructional Program/Device Needs section
  • Answer the required questions
  • Select Submit


Click here for further step by step instructions.

How to Complete a Survey using a Computer or a Mobile Device
FREE Office Applications for CNUSD Students and Staff

CLICK HERE to learn how to get FREE Microsoft Office Applications using your CNUSD account.

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How can we start this new year happier? Things have certainly not been easy over the last year, and we are still in difficult and uncertain times. The best way to try to handle our difficult emotions and experiences is by focusing on what we can control. This month, we're encouraging everyone to focus on small steps to try to boost happiness - for ourselves and others around us - to spread kindness and hopefully inspire others to do the same.
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Care Solace

  • Care Solace is an online resource with a live 24x7 concierge line meant to assist individuals in finding local mental health-related programs and counseling services.
  • To use Care Solace, individuals answer ten basic questions in order to receive an extensive list of referrals to applicable care providers. Care Solace takes into account all types of private insurance including Medi-Cal, Medicaid, and Medicare and those that have no insurance. The system also filters by age, gender, zip code, and special request.
  • Care Solace is now available for use by CNUSD students, staff, and families at no cost. Please note, this service is an optional resource available by choice and is not mandatory in any way. Care Solace does not require a user’s name, address, phone number, or date of birth.


Website: https://caresolace.com/CNUSDfamilies

One Degree - FREE Community Resources

One Degree is a technology driven nonprofit organization that helps individuals and families access the resources they need to improve their lives and achieve social and economic mobility.

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Student & Parent Tutorials for Online Platforms/Apps

CLICK HERE for various resources to assist with remote learning.

Join PTSA

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About us

Santiago High School builds college and career ready SCHOLARS, ACHIEVERS, and CHAMPIONS. The community of Santiago High School cultivates compassionate, innovative, and responsible students by providing opportunities to meet challenges of the 21st century.