Together , we are The 1104
It is hard to believe October is already here! And our calendar is filled with fun activities and events. Be sure to mark your calendars for the events listed below.
Our annual cookie dough fundraiser starts next week. The funds raised from this will go towards our Shade Campaign to add shade sails to the elementary playground and Prep Courtyard. We are close to having the money needed to fund this project.
Lots of learning, student engagement, activities and school spirit is happening at The 1104. The first nine weeks ends on October 13th. To check your child's progress, log in to your parent portal account. If you need help accessing the portal, please reach out to Carmen Guzman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please note below the change/addition we have made to our Student Code of Conduct and Handbook. The change clarifies plagiarism and the use of AI technology under the Chearting/Plagiarism section.
Hope to see you on campus for our events this month!
~ Patty Phillips
Dates to note:
Oct. 2-13th: Our Annual Cookie Dough Fundraiser
Oct. 3: Tutoring starts on Tuesday and Thursday after school (3:15- 4:15)
Oct. 9th: NO SCHOOL in observance of Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples' Day
Oct. 11th: Senior Parent Meeting @ 5:30 (All Senior Parents are encouraged to attend.)
Oct. 13th: End of the first nine weeks
Oct. 16th: Soccer Tryouts for MS Boys and HS Boys
Oct. 25th: Report Cards posted in Focus Parent Portal
Oct. 26th: Bingo for Books @ 5:00 p.m.
Oct. 27th: NO SCHOOL - Teacher PLC Day
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STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT AND HANDBOOK ADDITION
Due to ability for students to access AI to assist with assignments and assessments, we felt it was necessary to update our handbook under the area of Cheating and plagiarism.
It now reads:
Cheating and plagiarism are serious offenses which will result in suspension and a zero for the assignment or test or possible reassessment/submission of assignment. Cheating is defined as giving or taking of information or materials with the purpose of wrongfully aiding oneself or another person in academic work that is to be considered in determining a grade. Plagiarism, considered literary theft, involves copying/passing off answers, ideas, or words of another one’s own. Also, the work a student produces should be their own authentic piece of work and not generated from an artificial intelligence website or generator.