Summit Shasta Bulletin: June 10th, 2018

Summit Shasta Bulletin: June 10th, 2018

Dear Shasta Families, Last Thursday, we were thrilled to celebrate Summit Shasta’s second graduating class! The ceremony was filled with love, laughter, and lots of fun. Congratulations to the Class of 2018- we wish them all the best next year! We hope all families have a restful and fun summer break and we look forward…

Summit Shasta Bulletin: June 3rd, 2018

Summit Shasta Bulletin: June 3rd, 2018

Dear Shasta Families, Welcome to the final week of classes in the 2017-2018 school year! All students should be maximizing the following times to ensure they have 0 incompletes on the last day of the school year: – PLT with Mentors from 2:20-3:30 Monday-Wednesday – Office Hours Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:30-5:00 – PLT Thursday Morning with…

Summit Shasta Bulletin: May 13th, 2018

Summit Shasta Bulletin: May 13th, 2018

Dear Shasta Families, Thank you all for your support with our 1st week of testing! We had nearly perfect attendance and appreciate all of the hard work our students put into their AP and state exams. The final week of testing starts tomorrow so please ensure students are getting sleep, eating breakfast, arriving on time…

Summit Shasta Bulletin: May 6th, 2018

Summit Shasta Bulletin: May 6th, 2018

Dear Shasta Families, Tomorrow kicks off our two weeks of May Testing! During this period, every student will take at least one assessment, whether the MAP Reading and Math (9th & 10th), AP Tests (10th, 11th, 12th), PE Testing (9th) or CAASPP Reading and Math (11th). This is such an important opportunity for students to…

Summit Shasta Bulletin: April 1st, 2018

Summit Shasta Bulletin: April 1st, 2018

Dear Shasta Families, On Friday, our students wrapped up the third round of their Expeditions classes this year. There were amazing projects happening all around campus to culminate these two weeks of classes! In Visual Arts, students presented murals they had created for teachers and staff. Students planned and sought feedback from their faculty ‘clients’…