Dear Parents and Guardians of Mitchell Middle School,
We are partnering with BrightBytes, an educational research and analytics company, in order to learn more about our students’ school and home technology use for learning.
We are reaching out to ask you to take part in our school questionnaire. Your participation is essential to help us form a more complete picture of technology use for learning in our students’ lives. We believe that this data will be valuable to all of us as we continue to move forward and work to ensure our technology use best supports student learning!
Please know that all of your responses will remain anonymous.
The questionnaire will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
The last day to complete this questionnaire is Friday, October 18th.
Please respond using the link below:
Please contact Kim Harrison, CTO or Pam Oien, Educational Technology Lead Teacher at 916-294-9005 if you have any questions.
We thank you for your time!
We are already entering an era where technological augmentation and automation are changing the landscape of our lives. What does this mean for young people who are yet to decide what interests them most? How are we preparing our children for jobs that don’t yet exist?
*This event is intended for both parents and students*
Managebac has been loaded! Students and parents will now be able to view courses and teachers will be updating task and assignment. For more information, check out the Managebac section of our website. If you are a new parent to Mitchell, you will be receiving your parent log-in information within the next few days. ALL students are now able to log-in and view their classes.
NEXT SERIES BEGINS SEPTEMBER 5th. Research based classes for parents and their children ages 7-17. The classes are created to support and encourage the development of strong family ties, promote the integration of key principles in daily decision-making and assist with keeping kids safe from risk. The program features structured family activities, family meetings, children’s games and activity planning.
For students who choose to attend college after high school, Folsom Cordova’s three comprehensive high schools - Cordova High, Folsom High, and Vista del Lago High - continues to prepare them for admission.
As part of its community-developed Safety Action Plan, the District this summer worked with Rancho Cordova and Folsom Police and Fire departments to organize three active shooter training drills for officers and SWAT team members at all three comprehensive high school campuses.
Earlier this year at Oak Chan Elementary School’s ‘Back to School Night,’ something new was unveiled on campus: a book vending machine. It works as one normally would but instead of snacks, it’s books, and rather than cash, it’s special gold coins.
The Patient Care pathway helps set students on a path to potential careers in medicine, everything from doctors to nurses, medical assistants to physical therapists, and more.
About 30 students from Folsom High and Cordova High recently had the opportunity to learn more about Historically Black Colleges and Universities - and several received on-the-spot admissions based on their grades and SAT scores!
Led by instructor MSgt Phil Magreevy, the cadets and color guard raised a special version of the American Flag, inscribed with the names of the nearly 3,000 victims who died in the historic attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
Attend a Parent Forum for information and an opportunity to share your thoughts
Student success is supported, with donated supplies from our community partners
Jessica Kahn, a veteran educator currently at White Rock Elementary, was honored Friday, Aug. 23 alongside other outstanding educators at the Sacramento County Office of Education’s annual Teacher of the Year banquet.
Congratulations to the many staff and students who were honored this summer.