With Spring Break, Prom, and the CAASPP tests now behind us, the school year is rapidly coming to an end. We have just a few weeks of school before finals, so students must work diligently to finish the semester successfully. Final progress reports have been mailed home, and it is imperative that all students and parents use that information to assess progress in each class. Also, continue to monitor Canvas and communicate with teachers and counselors if you have any concerns.
This is especially crucial for senior students as graduation is right around the corner, and we want to see all of our seniors at our commencement ceremony in Alta Loma’s Uhalley Stadium on Wednesday, May 25th. Please see the comprehensive Commencement Guide on our website for more graduation details.
Parents can continue to help their students by reviewing their student’s progress each day and by ensuring that homework is complete. Also, please help by making sure your student is attending every class, every day. Finally, some students are taking online classes needed for graduation and/or college admissions. They must complete those by May 15th. If needed, please take advantage of our Guidance Office services. We are happy to assist students and parents in their endeavors to improve, achieve, and finish the year successfully. Finals will be held on Monday- Wednesday, May 23-25 (these are minimum days). All students should begin preparing for finals each night by reviewing the content that they learned.
|Monday, 5/23||Tuesday, 5/24||Wednesday, 5/25|
|Period 1 - 8:05-10:05||Period 2 - 8:05-10:05||Period 3 - 8:05-10:05|
|Period 5 - 10:25-12:25||Period 6 - 10:25-12:25||Period 7 - 10:25-12:25|
*Students in a 0 period, see 0 period teacher for finals information.
Summer School will be in session Wednesday, June 01 to Thursday, June 30. Registration is now taking place. Contact your student’s counselor if you believe your student will need to attend.
Finally, I would like to extend my gratitude to the Alta Loma community for entrusting me with the care of Alta Loma High School this year. ALHS is an amazing school, and I am proud of all that our students, staff, parents, and community have accomplished.
Proud to be a Brave,
Mr. Jason T. Kaylor