Laptop Check-in ~ Friday, June 14 (HS), Monday, June 17 (MS)
It is hard to believe that the end of the school year is upon us! Because our year is coming to a close, it's time for students to turn in their laptops.
High school laptop check-in will happen on Friday, June 14, during the school day. Middle school laptop check-in will happen on Monday, June 17, during the school day.
High school students are asked to remove any personalization they may have done to their laptop. If they have adhered stickers they are to remove them. We ask that they not use any sharp instruments to help them remove stickers as that may damage the lap top cover. We also ask they not use harsh chemicals that could damage the surface coating of the laptop.
All students are to turn in their charger and cover as well on the computer check-in day.
Students will be charged for missing items or for significant damage to the laptop.
*Please note: if students have any information or work stored in their "My Documents" or on their D drive when they turn in their computers that information will be deleted over the summer. Please have your student double check that they have stored all information in their "CAP" folder if they wish to save the information for their future work.
June 14th schedule change!
June 14th is currently advertised as a C schedule day. We are NOT holding a C day. We will have a regular A schedule.
We are excited to announce that we have been chosen as one of only a few schools nationwide that will be piloting NASA curriculum in June. This will be a collaborative effort between English and Global Forum classes. On Wednesday, June 12th some iTech students will spend the day at OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) in order to experience some hands on connections to that curriculum including the study of Black Holes in the Planetarium!
How do you get to go on this Amazing Trip?! This WILL be an incentive trip for good behavior and good grades due to limited availability. Only 40 students from the high school and 40 students from the middle school will be allowed. Mrs. Holm and Ms. Coyle will be sharing with students the stipulations surrounding an invitation to attend, expect that information to be sent out via Skyward Message Center during the week of May 6th.
Please note:there is a $8 fee for attendance ($5 admission and $3 planetarium fee) that must be covered by the student. If there is a financial hardship and your child has been selected to attend, please let us know.
Student Fees & Fines: If you have not finished paying your student fees please drop by the office @ JPC to make payment or arrange for a payment plan. If you are not sure if your student has a fine you can check on Family Access. NO CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR PAYMENT IN THE MONTH OF JUNE! CASH / CREDIT ONLY
Meningococcal Disease Informational Letter As of July 2005 schools in Washington are required to provide information on meningococcal disease to parents or guardians of all students entering Grades 6-12. Please click on heading to read the full informational letter.
Parent/Guardian Permission Forms for WSU's Research Project need to be turned into the office as soon as possible. If you haven't done so please click on the link below to print off the permission form and send it back to school with your student. Have them bring it to the office.