This Week at Irvington - Student Activities!
FUSD Summer School Information:
June 26, 2017 - August 3, 2017; 8:00AM - 1:20PM
Main Office - Irvington High School Main Library - (510) 687-6375
Summer School Principal - Michael Jaramillo: firstname.lastname@example.org
*PLEASE NOTE: No transcripts or permits are processed on Fridays during the summer.*
Work Permits (Summer)
Main Office (510) 656-5711
Office Hrs: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Mon – Fri (when school is in session)
REGISTRATION IS DONE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Email our registrar, Melissa Espinoza, at email@example.com to schedule an appointment. You may also come in and make an appointment at the school site.
~ contact your student's counselor if you are interested in scheduling an appointment
Please make sure to read through this email carefully as it has details about student schedule changes BEFORE MAZE day, during MAZE Day, and future schedule changes.
Schedules before the end of the school year: Student Course Request Forms for the 2017-18 school year will NOT be distributed this school year. Courses were requested at the time of registration with counselors.
During the summer, Administration and Counselors will work on reviewing transcripts for seniors for graduation, and will also be reviewing our Master Schedule. This will let us know what classes may be open for the Fall and which student schedules are incomplete.
MAZE Day: There will NOT be any schedule changes made during Maze Day at all. Counselors will be making adjustments to student schedules that have been flagged by our system as being incomplete.
* If you get your schedule during Maze Day, and it is INCOMPLETE or has a REPEAT course, please check in with your teacher for attendance on the first day of school and then see your counselor immediately. DO NOT SIT IN THE WRONG CLASS THE WHOLE PERIOD!
August 30, 2017: Students who would like to change their electives, drop, swap, etc, WILL BE able to REQUEST these changes AFTER SCHOOL on the first day of school. August 30th is the first day of school and is a minimum day. Requests for changes can only be made if there is space in the class.
The Irvington community inspires students to be curious, knowledgeable, and compassionate throughout their lives.
Irvington provides a safe, creative community that challenges students to develop their courage, empathy, knowledge, and passions.
Graduates of Irvington are disciplined, life-long learners who persevere, advocate for themselves, and serve their community.
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The law - Senate Bill (SB) 172 - requires that schools grant a diploma to any pupil who completed grade twelve in the 2003–04 school year or later, and met all applicable graduation requirements other than the passage of the high school exit examination. Effective on 1/1/16.
If you believe you are now eligible to receive a diploma, please complete this form (pdf) and submit it to your high school either in person or via U.S. mail (email will not be accepted) after Monday, January 4, 2016. Please note that, if approved, it may take up to several weeks to receive the diploma.
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