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2016-2017 Course Catalog now available
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NEW! Now you may apply for Meal Benefits online with RocketScan!
THE ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW AVAILABLE!
Deadline - Senior Ads in the Yearbook
Seniors! This is your last chance to purchase a Senior Ad in the Yearbook. Go to yearbookordercenter.com to buy your ad before January 24th to be included! Email email@example.com with any questions.
Interested in joining the golf team?
If you want to play golf this coming spring, sign up with Coach Browning in the PE office.
Schoolsite Council Meeting Minutes - October 12, 2016
Dan Andrus - elected President
Sabrina Merrick – elected VP
Susan Morris – volunteer Secretary
Sheila Fridly, Library
Melissa Newkirk, teacher
Valeria Garcia, student
Annette Ewing, parent
Serrano's 90% Attendance Policy
Since many parents have received a notice that their child did not meet the 90% attendance requirement at Serrano, there is greater interest in what the policy states. Here is the text:
If you missed it: The Realities of College Recruiting
Our Athletic Department held an event for students who are considering playing sports in college. "The Realities of College Recruiting"
Youtube has excerpts of some of his talks if you missed it
Presented by Jack Renkens
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 7:00 PM
Serrano High School - Performing Arts Center
A few of the subjects that were covered:
First edition of the new student publication, Digital Business Newsletter
Read the first newsletter here
Updated Student Handbook for 2016-2017
The Serrano student handbook covers the dress code, the rules for dances, and more.
Here is the electronic version of the handbook.
Saturday WIN dates
The dates for Saturday WIN this school year are:
September 24, October 22, November 5, December 10, January 21, February 4, March 4, April 22, May 13
Important VVC Credit Deadline
Articulated Credit Deadline
Deadline this week: If you took an articulated course this past year and are eligible to receive college credits but have not completed linking your VVC ID to your MyMentor account, you must do so by this coming Friday, June 14 by 5:00 pm in order to receive your credit. Remember that the process can take a few days, so you need to start immediately if you didn't complete this when your teacher went through it in class. Instructions on this process are posted below. If you get stuck and need assistance, please contact Stephanie Schrum in the front office at 760-868-3222 x2221 or Mr. Piercy via email at Chris_Piercy@snowlineschools.com. Also, VVC has K16 bridge help available in Building 21 on Thursday.
Attention, parents! How kids can earn college credit in High School
Serrano High School has established over 20 articulation agreements with Victor Valley College. Within the past few months your child has been completing the registration for VVC online and completing a step by step process to link there college ID number to Serrano High School. This process is crucial in order for your student to receive the college credit for their particular class. They must pass the class with a “B” or better in order to receive the credit. This program is free to all students at Serrano who are enrolled in these specific Career Technical Education classes that have current agreements with VVC. If you are interested in the list of classes, you can find it on the Career Technical Education Section on Serrano’s website.
Serrano participates in National History Day
With the transition to CCSS and project-based learning, a handful of Serrano teachers & staff have made National History Day part of their class curriculum and/or have helped support the process by ...more
Course Catalog for 2016-2017 School Year
To review the classes that will be available next year, here is the electronic catalog
Snowline's Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy
Parents/Guardians and Students,
The Snowline Joint Unified School District (SJUSD) has adopted a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy for all schools in the district (the full policy is included with this correspondence). This notification is to inform and guide you through this new opportunity.
As the nature of education changes and more materials are made available in digital form, students are increasingly required to use and to produce materials in digital form. Snowline Joint Unified School District recognizes the learning benefits of using personal devices in school to support students.
This policy will allow students to bring many of their own technology devices to school for use in our classrooms, such as laptops, tablets, and cell phones with browsing capabilities for educational purposes only. The use of personal devices falls under the SJUSD Internet Acceptable Use Policy. As with other personally owned items, the district is not liable for the loss, damage, misuse, or theft of personally owned devices brought to school.
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SAT, Scholarship, Counseling, and other important information for seniors
Serrano Sports Calendar
SHS Rattler online
Recent Rattler Stories
Impressive student projects
Please see some of our students' best achievements!