|Until further notice||Home-Based Learning Continues|
|March 27||Quarter 3 Ends|
|May 1-4||May Holiday (No School)|
|June 12||Quarter 4 Ends/Last Day of School|
**FOR A COMPLETE LISTING OF ALL SCHOOL EVENTS, VIEW OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR.
News & Events
UPDATE FROM ERIKA CARLSON
Please read this brief update HERE from Erika Carlson, Head Principal.
Below are latest updates to our calendar. Please stay connected to the school website calendar for the latest udpates.
- SPRING BREAK CANCELLED: Because of our break from HBL earlier in March, we have CANCELLED our regular Spring Break that was scheduled for April 6-10, 2020. HBL will continue this week.
- MAY HOLIDAY EXTENDED: May holiday has been extended. Students have off Friday, May 1, and Monday, May 4.
RETURN TO CAMPUS POSTPONED
In keeping with our commitment to provide you three weeks' notice of our return to campus, note that we are NOT YET released to return to campus. We will continue Home-Based Learning (HBL) until further notice.
SAT TESTING - Update from College Board
Please review this information we just received from College Board regarding SAT Testing.
In response to the rapidly evolving situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) and guidance from public health officials, the College Board is canceling the May 2, 2020, SAT® administration. Makeup exams for the March 14 administration (scheduled March 28) are also canceled. The College Board will provide refunds to all students who are registered for May, those March test centers were closed, or who won't receive March scores because of an irregularity.
We'll provide future additional SAT testing opportunities for students as soon as feasible in place of canceled administrations. We'll be as flexible as possible to give students the best chance to show their skills and stay on the path to college. We haven't yet canceled the June 6, 2020, administration of the SAT Subject Tests™ and will continue to assess its status.
We understand that students outside the U.S. may have differing needs from country to country in terms of university planning steps and timelines. The College Board will take these concerns into consideration as we provide future testing opportunities.
We'll be flexible, thoughtful, and collaborative in exploring ways to continue to support student learning and provide students opportunities to test during this challenging time. Thank you for your partnership.
We received positive news this past week that the Advanced Placement (AP) Exams issued by the College Board will be facilitated online from wherever students are. The exams will be modified versions of the planned exam, but will be valid assessments of the students mastery of content and academic skills. This change will allow students to take their AP exams whether they are on-campus or not. These exams, scheduled for the month of May, impact most of our high school students and are an important part of their curriculum. Of course, if students decide to opt out of the exam, under the circumstances, they will be able to so without penalty.
Counselors from iSC schools have collaborated on a newsletter, Mindful News, to help parents and students make the most of Home-Based Learning (HBL).
Click here to read the NEWEST EDITION of Mindful News.