Kennedy High School's ATP/CEEB CODE is 050966
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On April 25, 2012 the Fremont Unified School District Board of Education adopted Resolution 064-1112 to approve a Parent-Teacher-Student Communication System for secondary schools. School Loop is the system selected. All secondary schools in the District are committed to use School Loop to improve communication of student progress.
School Loop is an achievement management system that gives students the tools they need to stay on track, and their parents and their team a way to provide support when they need it.
The District supports the School Loop grade book for teachers to keep their parents and students "in the loop" on progress and to enjoy other benefits.
In addition to being a teacher grade book and parent reporting system, School Loop offers:
· Homework email subscription
· LoopMail™, captive message system among teachers, parents, and students
· Multilingual Voice Messaging, phone calls in home language to report missing work, etc.
· Calendar, where schools can easily post important events
· Digital Locker, where students can store school work to access from home and school
· Digital Drop box, where students can turn in digital files like Word documents, PDF’s, etc.
· Learning Management Team, where a student’s teachers can collaborate on behalf of a student
· Student Tracker, where school staff can identify trends in students’ grades
· High-Priority Groups, where school staff can create custom groups other than classes
· SIS Integration, works seamlessly with SchoolMax – teachers only need to enter grades
· Directory Services Integration, works with the District’s directory to simplify log in
Parents and Students please click HERE to get started.
THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM
Make the Nation’s Capital your classroom! Create Bold Possibilities; Challenge Your Perspective; Discover Washington, DC with college intensive credit classes for rising juniors and seniors and immersion non-credit classes for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
OTIS SUMMER OF THE ARTS 2013
Summer of Art 2013: July 1 - July 26
This intensive, four-week, pre-college program is for individuals 15 and older who wish to study at one of the top art and design colleges in the country. Serious young artists seeking to strengthen and enhance their art and design skills as well as students with limited training are invited to participate.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS SUMMER INSTITUTES
Explore your interests and experience life on campus with our Business institute. Get a head start on the full college experience: take two college courses while living on campus for five weeks. www.summerexperiences.wustl.edu
It is co-sponsored by the Black Students in Health Association and the Chicanos/Latinos in Health Education as well as the Pilipino Association for Health Careers
INTERESTED IN A HEALTH CAREER?
Join Medical Explores Post 539 to hear guest speakers each meeting, learn about how to become a health care professional, have the opportunity to shadow at Washington hospital, and meet people with the same interests as you. Meetings are held every third Thursday of the month from 6:00 to 8:00 at Washington West, Anderson’s auditorium 2500 Mowry Ave., Fremont. All High School Students Welcome! Questions? email@example.com
GLOBAL CITIZEN YEAR
A LIFE LESS ORDINARY: It’s not freshman year. Not a study abroad program. It’s a year of deep experience in the real world before college. Global Citizen Year recruits a national corps of high school graduates, and supports them as they live and work in a developing country during a “bridge year” before college. It’s the first step toward a life less ordinary. www.globalcitizeyear.org/stepone
BLUE + GOLD OPPORTUNITY PLAN
UC's Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan will cover your educational and student services fees if you are a California resident whose family earns less than $80,000 a year and you qualify for financial aid — and that's just for starters. Blue + Gold students with sufficient financial need can qualify for even more grant aid to help reduce the cost of attending. www.univeristyofcalifornia.edu/admissions/paying-for-uc/
UC POLICY CHANGES
FOR FRESHMEN: The new policy requires the same number of “a-g” courses and the same GPA as current policy. The key differences are; (1) Two SAT subject Tests will no longer be required for admission beginning with the class of 2012 and (2) All applicants will need to complete 11 of the 15 “a-g” courses by the end of their junior year
We train you in the skills the real world demand…at no cost to you. Job Corps is the nation's largest career technical training and education program for students ages 16 through 24. It is a U.S. Department of Labor Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident. 3. Meet income requirements. program, established in 1964, that provides 100,000 students per year with hands-on training in America's fastest growing careers. If you're motivated to work hard to reach your goals and you're serious about taking control of your life, then you've got what it takes to succeed in Job Corps. All you need to join Job Corps is: 1. Be at least 16 years of age. 2. http://recruiting.jobcorps.gov/about.aspx
Give a Year. Change the world.
Each year City Year brings 17-24 year olds together for a year of transformative change in our communities by serving our children and youth in schools and by educating the community on how they can make an impact in their neighborhood everyday - from beautifying parks to painting murals and blacktops to deter graffiti and vandalism, by volunteering in an after school program or by simply donating funds or resources to improve these programs. We are looking for young people willing to serve their community and country by putting children and youth first! They need not have any experience, just a desire to be a part of a national movement to save our schools and communities. Participants earn an education scholarship of $4,725 for school or loans, as well as a weekly stipend. www.cityyear.com
COMPREHENSIVE EATING DISORDERS PROGRAM
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford knows that obesity and its medical consequences have become an epidemic among children. The number of involved children is growing year by year such that 1 in 4 American kids are now overweight. At the same time, as many as one million girls in the U.S. suffer from eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia. Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital offers programs to evaluate and treat children with a wide range of eating disorders. For information contact the intake coordinator at (650) 498-4468 or www.pediatricweightcontrol.1pch.org
WHAT TRIBE ARE YOU FROM?
Are you or your children of Native American ancestry? Become a part of a fun and rewarding program offered by your school district at no cost to you. The Native American Studies Program serves grades k-12 at the Fremont Adult School, 4700 Calaveras Ave. Room 20. For more information call (510) 659-2531 or (510) 797-2681. Request an ED 506 Student Eligibility form from your school secretary or call the NASP Center to become a part of this community. We offer one-on-one tutoring in Reading-Language Arts-Math; Computer Lab w/PC & Mac; Native American Resource Library; Community Events; Museum at Irvington High School. Learn about your culture! http://www.fmtusd.org/Page/265
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION AND THE CLINTON FOUNDATION
Overweight students interested in losing weight should first check with their doctor then look at this website: http://www.empowerme2b.org/
Last Modified on May 3, 2013