Hope you all had a great Summer!
Here is a letter from our Principal.
July 25, 2019
Dear Prospect Families,
I am excited to report that we are ready for an outstanding year! I hope this letter finds you rested, or at the very least, eager to work towards making review and returning to your home school.
I am happy to announce that we will be focusing on determining what we are all about and what is important to us as a learning community. In addition, we will be working with other schools to create a better transition process for students who do make review. We want to set every student up to be successful. This will require input from students, families, and staff. One thing we do know is that to make review we must be present, positive, and productive even when doing so seems difficult.
As we sadly said goodbye to Ms. Beach, we welcome Mr. Kalmer (Math) and Mr. Duncan (Metals.) We also welcome our new school Psychologist, Karey Spivey. They will be joining the many adults on this campus who are here to nurture, challenge, and support you. This includes me- I hope I have proven that I have an open door policy and that I deeply care for each one of my students.
I urge you to review your student handbooks and request one if needed. Clear expectations are outlined in this handbook as are all changes to expectations. It is a great resource as we move through the year.
Please mark your calendars as the first day of school is fast approaching. Students are to return to school on MONDAY, August 12th. School starts promptly at 8:45 but students are urged to arrive on time and pick up their schedules in the Student Activities Center. The back to school assemblies will be held Thursday, August 15th. Finally, we hope you all join us for Back to School Night on August 29th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. There will be introductions, food, and tours. You will not want to miss it.
Wishing you all a fantastic school year!
Principal, Prospect Community Day School
916-294-9060 ext. 150
2019/2020 SCHOOL YEAR REGISTRATION
February 1 - 19: PowerSchool Online Registration (Infosnap) will open at 9am for current FCUSD students to register for school. Registration is not complete until you receive the "Registration 2019-2020 (Your Child's Name)" page. Remember to scroll to the bottom and make sure you press Submit (two places) to complete the registration process.
Directions for completing PowerSchool Student Registration:
Log into your PowerSchool Parent account. Select “Student Registration” (pick the appropriate language) on left side of screen. Current student information will be displayed. Make your changes/additions and click Submit. If
you need to stop without completing the process, click on the “save and logout” button at the top right of the screen and your information will be saved for your return visit. Once submitted (submit in 2 places), you will no longer be able to edit your student’s information. Registration is not complete until you receive the "Registration 2019-2020 (Your Child's Name)" page.
February 20 - March 8: PowerSchool Online Registration (InfoSnap) will open to new students and students returning from non-FCUSD schools.
March 18, 2019 Sites will begin status notification process to families of students requesting School Choice.
Click below for more information and forms:
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