Correia Middle School News
Monday, February 28- Friday, March 4, 2022
Progress Report Grading Period 3 Ends on March 4th
Next Friday, March 4th is the end of the Progress Report 3 (P3) grading period. Teachers will post grades the following week to be available via PowerSchool on Friday, March 11th. These grades are a formative progress report and do not represent a final summative semester grade. The final summative grading period for semester 2 closes on June 14th.
LAST CHANCE: SUMMER ACADEMIC PROGRAM
The 2022 Summer/ESY morning academic program is open to ALL students:
- The enrollment/registration process will be handled CENTRALLY
- The enrollment/registration submission window begins Tuesday, February 1, 2022 and ends Monday, February 28, 2022
- Any enrollment requests after the enrollment window closes will be waitlisted
A centralized message about the 2022 Level Up SD Summer Academic program enrollment/registration process will go out to ALL families on Tuesday, February 1, 2022
2022-23 PrimeTime Online Application will be available beginning Monday, March 7th
Morning student drop off parent situations
Please ensure your student exits your vehicle on the right and uses the sidewalk to cross at the crosswalk...not in the middle of the street. Please do not stop in the red zone in front of the school or in the middle of the street. Please no u-turns in the cross-section!
We do not accept deliveries from 3rd party food delivery services...such as Grub Hub, Uber Eats, etc.
Masks Not Required Outside
On Tuesday, February 15th, SDUSD announced that masks are no longer required outside while on campus. See this Link: Update on the Use of Masks for the details. Students and staff are still required to wear a mask while indoors.
Semester 2 Tardy Policy
We will be monitoring Periods 2 - 7 tardies. Excessive tardies are also reflective in citizenship grades and may impact one's ability to participate in end of the year activities. Please review your student's tardies in Powerschool.
Next Friday School is March 4th.
Pre-Order a Yearbook!
Follow the link to order your yearbook today!
Student Mental Health Support
I am excited to announce that with district support, we were able to get a mental health specialist who will be onsite 2-3 days per week to support students. We will share out mental health specialist with Dana Middle School. Student referrals will go through our counseling staff.
CAUGHT BEING AWESOME
The staff at Correia enjoys recognizing positive student behavior and accomplishments. Staff recognizes students by distributing Caught Being Awesome cards. Names of students receiving cards are then submitted for our weekly raffle. Weekly winners are recognized by a gift card that is supported by the Correia Association.
Honorees will be announced this week!
7th Grade: Akran Lnu; sadra Momond
8th Grade: Maryam Hussaini; Razmuddin Jalal
College Planning _ Recommended for 8th Grade parents
Cal-SOAP is offering a series of free online "College: Make It Happen" events. Middle school students (grades 6-8) and families are welcome to join any of the webinars (2/28, 3/16, 4/14, 5/18), families can choose a date that works for them.
Visit Chipotle Mexican Grill March 12th & Support FODAC
Chipotle Mexican Grill - 3680 Rosecrans St., San Diego - March 12, 4-8 pm
Visit Chipotle Mexican Grill on Saturday, March 12, between 4-8 pm for indoor, outdoor dining, or place an order to go. Mention Dana and Correia Middle Schools when placing your order, upon pick-up, or present the printed flyer.
Delivery orders and gift cards do not qualify. Order online and use the code NXHGHCL. Chipotle will donate 33% of sales directly back to the schools. Thank you for your support.
FODAC-Let's GiveBIG Campaign!
Stay tuned to enter for a chance to WinBIG and support the Point Loma middle schools! Donate to the annual campaign between March 1-31 and be entered to win one of three amazing prizes. First prize: $100 to Fiddler’s Green, second prize: $100 to Cesarina’s, third prize: $75 to Raglan Public House.
Health and Safety Reminders
- Updated Guidance from California Department of Public Health
- Update COVID-19 Decision Trees from SDCOE (updated 1/7/2022)
- K-12 Guidance Q & A from CDPH
See this Link: Safety Guidelines Highlights for the highlights of the safety guidelines. Please click into the document and scroll to the bottom to the header that reads “Vaccine Information for Families.” In this section you can read all details about the vaccine mandate for students.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR:
March 2-Read Across America
March 4-End of Grading Period
March 11-Copies of Progress Report Cards go Home
March 15- Beginning Band, Choir and Guitar Performance
March 16-SSC Meeting
Mar. 28-April 1st-Spring Break