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Textbook/Material Return begins on Wednesday!

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Textbook/Material Return begins on Wednesday!
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The end of the year is fast approaching and we are getting ready to collect materials! Watch this quick video to find out how to see what items from the library are checked out to your student (not including tech) .
 
What materials should students return?
 
Only Seniors should be returning Chromebooks and hotspots, Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen should keep all technology for next year.
 
When can my child return materials?
 
Early Material/Textbook Return:  Wednesday, May 19th 10am-2pm
12th Graders:  Monday, May 24th, 1:30-3:30pm
11th Graders:  Thursday, May 26th, 1:30-3:30pm
10th Graders:  Tuesday, June 1st, 1:30-3:30pm
9th Graders:  Wednesday, June 2nd 1:30-3:30pm
Make-Up Day:  Friday, June 4th 9am-noon
 
Location:  Students should enter at the front of PRIDE Hall next to the Administration Building entrance.
 
What if your students need their textbooks after the return date?
 
 
 "Due when Done" Policy:
Though there are suggested dates for grades (listed above), we do not want to cause any stress. If your student has unused textbooks, they can bring them to the textbook window (near L-1) 8:30-3:30 any day before 5/19. If they need them for studying they can bring them when they are done. After June 4th, if replacement costs are owed, you will get a notification. 
 

Finals Week

Friday, May 27 to Thursday, June 3.  

 
Finals Schedule
 
In the week before finals, May 24 - May 28, we will NOT have an asynchronous Wednesday.  
 
FInals Focus Week / Senior Finals schedule will be as follows:
Monday, May 24th, will be a Normal Monday schedule: Periods 1/3/5
Tuesday, May 25th, will be a normal Tuesday schedule: Periods 2/4/6/0
Wednesday, May 26th, will be a Thursday schedule: Periods 1/3/5
Thursday, May 27th, will be a Friday schedule: Periods 2/4/6/0
Friday, May 28th, will be the first day of finals: Periods 1 and 3
 
Senior Finals and Finals Focus week are further complicated by the extended AP Exam Schedule.  Please make arrangements with your teacher if you are missing their class, review session, or final exam du to an AP Exam.
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Sequoia Union High School District (SUHSD) has partnered with Frontline for the Daily Health Check, designed to provide a daily health and exposure check for the school community. More Health & Safety measures are on ​the SUHSD website​.
 
** IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19, ARE CURRENTLY DIAGNOSED WITH COVID-19, OR ARE IDENTIFIED AS A CLOSE CONTACT TO SOMEONE WITH COVID-19, PLEASE REMAIN OFF-SITE UNTIL CLEARED.
 
Health Screening Requirement
 
  • All SUHSD students on campus must log in to account and complete the daily health check through Frontline BEFORE entering any school/facility each day - this is in the “​To Do List​”.
  • Take a screenshot after you complete the questions, or keep your app open so “Health Check Cleared” is visible.
  • Show “Health Check Cleared” to school staff when student(s) arrives at school.
 
For detailed information on how to set up your Frontline account, review here.
 
 
 
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