San Elijo Middle School

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February
 
 2-18-2014- Parent and Student VUE Reopened- Dear San Elijo Middle School Parents and Students: This is Mr. Hall with a very important message for our Parents and Students. We have reopened the Synergy Gradebook Parent Vue and student Vue for the second semester. I want to thank everyone for your patience and understanding as we updated our on-line gradebook for the second semester. Both the Parent and Student Access user name and password have not changed. As always if you have any questions please call me directly at (760) 290-2803. Thank you. Mr. Hall

 

 2-19-2018

Dear San Elijo Middle School Parents,

 

 

 

This is James Proby on behalf of Mr. Hall, with a very important message.

 

 

 

As part of the San Elijo Middle School community, we need to help our district understand what is important regarding our school funding.  California has a new way to decide how much money every school district gets called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).  Our district will decide how to use our funds, but we need to create a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), and everyone’s input is important.  You can find helpful documents and videos about the LCFF and the LCAP on our school’s website.  Please make sure to complete our survey by February 24th, which is also available on our website, as well as in paper format at our school.

 

 

 

Thank you

 

 

 

 

James Proby

 

 

Administrative Intern

 

 

 
March
 
3-3-2014- 

Hello SEMS Families,

 

 

There are only 125 yearbooks left for sale.  Once they are gone we cannot buy any more.  Please be sure to purchase yours for $45.00 cash (exact change) or check (made out to SEMS) before they are gone.

 

 

If you are not sure that you purchased one, please call 760-290-2801 and we would be more than willing to check for you.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

SEMS Administration

 

 3-14-2014-

 

Good EveningParents & Students,

 

This is an important message from the San Elijo Middle School Counseling Office.  The Counseling Office will begin the Course Selection process for the current 6th & 7th graders next week.  They have created a SEMS Course Catalog this year with descriptions of all Core and Elective classes. It is uploaded to the SEMS website under Counseling Course Selection Information. Please review it this weekend so you and your student are ready to complete the Course Selection process next week.

 

 

6th grade students will receive the Course Selection Offering Sheet and Directions for Online Course Selection at an assembly on Monday, March 17. 

 

 

7th grade students will receive their Course Selection Offering Sheet and Directions for Online Course Selection at an assembly on Thursday, March 20.

 

 

The 6th & 7th grade Course Selection Offering Sheets are due March 24 to your student’s history teacher.  Additionally, the Online Course Selection process needs to be completed by March 24.

 

 

All information will be posted on the Counseling webpage under Course Selection Information throughout the week, including Frequently Asked Questions, and a PowerPoint from the assemblies with explicit instructions. 

 

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Course Selection and Technology Hotline, at 760-290-2815.

 

 

Thank you and have a great weekend.

 

 

 April
 
4-7-2014- 
Hello SEMS Families,
This is Assistant Principal Gary DeBora with an important message.  Tomorrow we will conduct a lockdown drill during a passing period.  We conduct emergency drills as part of our effort to keep students and staff safe and prepared.  If there is ever a real emergency requiring reunification of students and parents the reunification process on or off campus would require the following:
1. Students will only be released to parents or individuals listed on a student’s emergency card.
2. Parents or individuals will be required to show picture identification.
3. After proper identification, parents or individuals will be required to sign out the student.
4. Next destination of the student will be requested in case another guardian arrives later to sign out the student.
Thank you for your attention,
Gary DeBora
Assistant Principal
 
 
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