St. Croix Central High School
Family Newsletter: March 3, 2020
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,
Wow, time seems to be moving very quickly. Before you know it we will be celebrating scholarship night and graduation.
I hope you find the information contained in the newsletter to be informative and timely. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at your convenience. As always, thank you for your continued support of our schools.
SPRING PARENT - TEACHER CONFERENCES: March 17th & 19th
On Tuesday, March 17 and Thursday, March 19 the high school will be hosting parent-teacher conferences from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm. Conferences can be scheduled in 15-minute increments. If you need to meet with a teacher outside the scheduled times please contact that teacher directly to make the appropriate arrangements.
Once again, we will be using Skyward to schedule all conferences. I will be sending instructions for how to schedule conferences early next week.
We look forward to seeing you at conferences.
Planning A Graduation Party?
From the Counseling Office
CAPP (Cooperative Academic Partnership Program)
We are very proud to offer another way for our students to earn college credit while taking classes at SCC. Below are some key details about the program.
- Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) courses cost $100 per credit
- CAPP Courses being offered: English 101, Introduction to Public Speaking, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus
- Thursday, March 5th SCC's CAPP Representative will be on campus from 2:40-3:20 (9th hour) meeting with students who have registered for CAPP classes and helping them through the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh registration system
- If you have any questions about CAPP or CAPP courses, please contact Travis Madigan at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Scholarships are now posted on the School Counseling website and can be reached by clicking on this link
- Please contact Travis Madigan at email@example.com with any questions or concerns
- Thank you for supporting our students here at Saint Croix Central High School
2020-2021 Course Offerings
- What: Junior Meeting Night
- Who: Junior students and Guardians
- When: Tuesday, March 17 or Wednesday, March 18, 6-7:30 pm
- Where: SCC Auditorium
Families will receive an invitation in the coming weeks to attend and will be asked to sign up for one of the nights.
Topics to be discussed
- Senior Year Courses
- Post-Secondary Options
- Financial Aid
- Youth Apprenticeship
Students will share with their parents about career options, college/military/work options, and job shadow experience.
Counselors will be available to review student transcripts with families and provide recommendations for Senior year courses
German Exchange Meeting
- Rules and Guidelines
- Trip events
- Opportunities to Host a German Student
If you have any questions please contact Ari Wirebaugh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Viewing Your Child's Transcript
Dates to Remember
Prom - May 2, 2020Senior Scholarship Night - May 20, 2020 - 7:00 pm
2020 Graduation Ceremony - May 22, 2020 - 7:00 pm
Science Olympiad Meets
Best of Luck to our Science Olympiad Team
March 7th - Regionals at Menomonie HS
April 17th & 18th - State at UW-Milwaukee
2020 Forensics Meets
Good luck to our Forensics Team!
March 5 -- Ellsworth (Sub Districts)
March 14 -- Hudson (Districts)
April 17-18 -- UW-Madison (State)
What does "students first" look like at SCC?
- We stand in the gap between what is and what could be.
- We find solutions - we don't blame kids.
- We circle around them in support - always.
- We freely give what they need.
- We recognize their poor choices and guide them to make better choices.
- We do things that are inconvenient for the adults because it's what's best for the students.
- We try the next thing because we never let them run out of chances.
- We provide physical, mental, and emotional safety - no matter what.
- We model what we expect.
- We love all of them.
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