Saturday, April 6th, 8:30 to 2:00 at Sacramento State University Union; 6000 J Street. Register on-line www.csus.edu/cmih Workshops for parents & students from middle and high school. Designed to communicate early academic planning to assure all children have choices after high school. Find out how to pay for college, parent empowerment, meet college counselors and take campus tours. For more info call 916-278-2481 www.ecs.csus.edu/expo/
This conference will be held Tuesday, March 26th, 9 AM to 3 PM, in the California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) Student Union Building. The focus of this conference will be cultural and educational workshops. FREE food, entertainment, T-shirt and prizes to be awarded. This is a free event that strives to empower middle school youth to pursue higher education and to explore career interests, preserve culture and inspire youth to become community leaders.
Some parts of the tests have sound. Students bring your own headphones/earbuds to school to use on testing days. Understand that students are going to need headphones that connect via 3.5mm jack. (New iPhones come with lightening cable connectors and students won’t be able to use that. They also won’t be able to use Airpods either).
CAT = Computer Adaptive Testing. These tests most closely resemble traditional multiple choice testing.
Performance Task (PT) = Short answer and essay questions
Make-ups will generally be managed by administration, and will take place in the library or vacant classrooms.
Students will take the English tests with their ELA teachers, math tests with their math teachers, and science tests (8th grade only) with their science teachers.
Visit this link for more information and practice regarding CAASPP testing
The 2018-2019 Sutter Middle School yearbook is available for purchase! Yearbooks are $40.00 each and can be paid with cash/money order or online with a credit card, personal checks will not be accepted. Please send in all cash orders to the office by Friday, April 5th. To pay online, log onto YBPay.lifetouch.com and enter the Sutter Yearbook ID Code: 1980119, then follow their easy directions.
The Summer Academies for High School Students – Grades 9th thru 12th – returns to Sacramento State (CSUS) for an 8th year. The one-week courses are all about discovery! Students explore different careers with real world projects and field trips, while getting a preview of the college experience.
We’re excited to offer 18 academies, including five new ones. Subjects include a variety of STEM topics like DNA Forensics, Data Science, Cyber Security, Biotechnology and Introduction to Welding and Fabrication. We have academies in Hospitality and Tourism, Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Public Relations Communications. Other topics include creative arts, education, public safety and more!
Sacramento State faculty and industry professionals lead our academies.
Dates: June 24 – 28, July 8 – 12, July 15 – 19 and July 22 – 26.
“I liked the hands-on experience and the ability to explore possible career options,” said Gabby Nevarez, one of our Summer Academies students from 2018. The program is open to students who have completed the 8th grade. For course descriptions, fees and registration information, please visit the Summer Academies for High School Students at www.cce.csus.edu/acads
Registration gets underway March 1, 2019. Sign up your student for two academies and receive $50 off. If you have questions, please contact Summer Academies coordinator Liz Arellanes at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Summer Academies for High School Students program is located in Napa Hall – in the College of Continuing Education at Sacramento State. The address is 3000 State University Drive, Sacramento, CA 95819
All Sutter Miners can access E-Books for free through Open E-Books; an app-based system available only on iOS and Android devices. SCUSD made Open E-Books available to students via Clever using their District accounts, but they’ll need to use personal devices to access the resource.