The GoCare insurance portal closes for all current students on Friday, October 31. Once the portal closes, the only students who may buy insurance will be new students or transfers between schools where a different device is offered.
Beginning Monday, October 27, through Friday, November 14, students in High School of Business from the McPrincipal group will be collecting pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House Charities. This is a competition between the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes. The winning class will be announced on Thursday, November 20, during the Basketball Jamboree Pep Assembly. One lucky member of the winning class will be randomly selected to pie a principal in the face at the pep assembly. Bring aluminum pop can tabs to your FLEx class to donate to the cause and help your class win the competition. Contact Colton Rich, Cameron Allen, or Hortencia Llanas for more information. Remember: You have two hands: One to help yourself and the second to help others.
Classes at Central High School will run on a one-hour early out schedule on Friday, November 7, in order to accommodate the Central Speech and Debate Tournament that afternoon. Students will be released from the building at 1:50 PM that day; this early out only effects students at Central High School. Additionally, there is no school at Central and all other SJSD schools on Monday, November 10, due to staff professional development. Classes will resume with a regular White Day schedule on Tuesday, November 11.
The daily Hillyard Bus Schedule for AM/PM Hillyards and Ag. Science students has been revised. The version printed in the 2014-2015 Student Handbook and the 2014-2015 Teacher Handbook should be discarded. Read the full article to download a printer-friendly PDF version of the revised schedule.
The SJSD Parent Alert System incorporates a combination of one or more options, including email, text messaging, and/or telephone calls. The Parent Alert System will notify parents, students, faculty, and staff to emergencies, school closings, and other information. Individuals must "opt-in" to the new system by registering online.
The hotline is staffed Mon-Fri from 7AM to 6PM. The program provides an anonymous means to report school violence; information gathered from anonymous reporters is entered into a centralized database and reported to the appropriate law enforcement and school administrators.