Letter from the Shasta Leadership Team
Dear Black Bear Families,
Happy New Year!! We hope all families had a fun and relaxing holiday break!!
As we head into January, we know that January and February can be challenging for sickness. That being said, student attendance at school each and every day is critical for student success. If your student is sick, please be sure to email Maria Canjura (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Alvina Lu (email@example.com). If you are concerned your student may have an extended absence, please reach out to Wren Maletsky (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ava Petrash (email@example.com).We appreciate your support in ensuring we have strong attendance at Shasta each and every day.
Wren, Ava, and Adelaide
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UPCOMING EVENTS- PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS
1/7- School Closed for Students, Teacher Work Day
1/8- Students Return to Shasta
1/8- Sophomore Class Fundraiser at Chipotle
1/14- Junior Class Fundraiser at Habit Burger
1/16- SPOT Meeting #5
1/16- College Night: Testing, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
1/21- No School- MLK Day
1/28-2/8- Expeditions #3
For the 2018-2019 school year calendar, please click here! (Updated Link!!)
To view the calendar of events for the school year, please click here!
Shasta Parent Corner
Sophomore Class Fundraiser
Come support the sophomore class in raising money for their study trip! For more information click here and be sure to mention Summit Shasta at checkout!
Where: Chipotle (990 Serramonte Blvd)
When: January 8, 2019
Time: 4 PM- 8 PM
11th Grade Update:
Happy New Year! Hope everyone had a great time off!
1. Habit Restaurant Fundraiser: Jan 17th 5-9pm Serramonte Mall. Flyer is here. Bring paper or show electronically. We also need help setting up more restaurant fundraisers, let Joy know if you can help out.
2. Drivers needed: Hip Hip Hooray! We have 20 drivers for the college study trip from April 3-5. We still need 10 more. We need 1-2 people to help collect paperwork from drivers and/or coordinate drivers during study trip. Let Joy know if you can help out.
3. 11th grade study trip donations: Thanks for the generosity thus far! Still need more help to reach out goal! Send donations to https://www.gofundme.com/shastastudytrip11. Cash and check donations can be sent to school: Make sure you note on check it is for 11th grade college study trip.
4. Next 11th grade college study trip planning meeting: Jan 14th 630pm
Joy Caneda’s house. Contact Joy Caneda at 6505151901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP and for address.
Food Sales and Outside Food Policy
Summit participates in the National School Lunch Program and serves breakfast and lunch daily for all students. We also allow students to bring their own meals to school or for parents to drop off individual meals for students. This ensures the health and safety of every student. In some rare cases, special community celebrations will include food organized by faculty or parents. These celebrations take into consideration student health and food safety guidelines.
In order to maintain a safe, focused learning environment and operate within the local health code, we require that students and families respect the following rules:
1. Students are not permitted to distribute or sell communal food to other students at school during school hours.
2. Students or families may not order food to be delivered at the school. A parent who drops off food for their child must personally give the food to an adult at the front office and we will ensure that the student receives it. Parents may only bring lunch for their individual child.
3. Students are not allowed to leave campus to get food from a parent or anyone else.
4. Any food sales must be approved by the Operations Manager as a school-sponsored fundraiser that meets school and federal guidelines.
5. If any of these rules are not followed, an administrator will hold the food until the end of the school day and/or contact a family member to pick up the food.
Save the Date: Testing, Scholarship, and Financial Aid Night: Wednesday, January 16
We encourage all families to attend the next event in our parent education series at 7 PM on Wednesday, January 16: Our Financial Aid and College Testing Night. This event is highly encouraged for all 11th grade students and their families, but 9th and 10th grade families are also welcome to attend. We will explain more about the standardized tests that students take in 11th grade in preparation for college, such as the SAT, ACT, and AP tests, and go over the importance of the upcoming standardized tests. We will also have an expert from a local college present about financial aid and the process of applying for it. Parents have shared that attending this event is one of the most helpful things they’ve done to understand the financial aid process and how to pay for college.
Shasta Athletics and Clubs
Senior Coral Yu is the Athlete of the Week!
Congratulations to Coral Yu who was recognized as the athlete of the week in The Daily Journal. Check out the exciting news story here! The Girls Varsity team was also featured in a news story for their upset over Jefferson High School. Great work Black Bears!
Winter Sports In Session!
The winter season has started! For questions about these sports, please contact our Athletic Director, Mike Lofberg at email@example.com