The following message was broadcast via Infinite Campus Messenger on January 17, 2017:
Good evening, this is Greg Louie, Principal of Santa Teresa High School with a reminder to all of our Freshmen, Sophomore, and Junior families about the AP and Elective events we are hosting tomorrow.
First, there will be an AP Student Panel during Advisory in the Theater for students who want to learn about the Advanced Placement program from the student perspectives.
Second, there will be an AP and Elective fair during the extended lunch for all underclassmen looking to learn about the classes for next year.
Third, there is the AP Parent Information Night presentation in the Theater tomorrow night beginning at 6pm for those families wanting to learn more about the Advanced Placement curriculum and commitment.
Also, as a reminder, due to the extended lunch, 6th period will end at 2:40pm.
Finally, this is a reminder that the January STOPS meeting is tomorrow night at 6:30pm in the Library. We need motivated, excited parents to be a part of our ST Organization of Parents and Staff since a number of our current members will be graduating in a few months. Please make time to attend this meeting if you can be a part of our program.
Thank you and I hope you have enjoyed a great start to the New Year.
Attention Students and Parents,
Please check the Academic Counseling Calendar for Upcoming Events at: http://www.sths.schoolloop.com/counseling.
Jan. 9 - Cyber High (Credit Recovery) 2-4pm - Library
Jan. 14 - Mock ACT Exam at 9am - MPR
Jan. 16 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday (No School)
Jan. 18 - AP Student Panel - Advisory 11:30am - Theater
Jan. 18 - AP/Elective Fair - Lunch - MPR
Jan. 18 - AP Information Parent Night Presentation - 6pm - Theater
Jan. 21 - SAT Exam
Jan. 21 - Stanford Women in Business Leadership Summit - 9am
Jan. 23 - Cyber High (Credit Recovery) 2-4pm - Library
Jan. 26 - Accel Middle College Presentation - 7pm - Evergreen Valley College
Jan. 30 - Cyber High (Credit Recovery) 2-4pm - Library
Jan. 30 - Junior Students - Individual Meetings with your Counselor (Week)
In case, you're interested..
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West Valley College is welcoming High School Students and faculty to attend West Valley’s first annual African American Student Conference, Hosted by the Office of Student and the Umoja Community SUCCESS Program.
Date and Time: Wednesday March 8th, 2017 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
This will be a great opportunity for high school students to visit a beautiful campus and learn about the different resources and opportunities available at West Valley College, as well as speak with college transfer students and college faculty.
Activities: Campus Tour, Student Discussion Panel, Meet Faculty and Program representatives, Meet BSU President and members, Raffle for prizes.
Lunch and Snacks will be provided!
Please RSVP by or before February 10th to establish number of students of attending and to discuss transportation (Transportation will be paid for by West Valley).
Please Forward this email to those who might be interested in attending.
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