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October Calendar


01 Cyber Safety Forum

07 College & Career Fair
     6:30 PM @ CHS

11 Reflections Art Contest
     Entries Due 3 PM

17  M.A.D.D.'s Power to    
      Parents Presentation
      6:30 PM

25 SCHS School Dedication

28: Red Ribbon Week begins

 


Trimester Calendar


 
1st Trimester
Classes: Aug 28-Nov 22
Finals: Nov 20, 21, 22
2nd Trimester
Classes: Dec 2-Mar 7
Finals: Mar 5, 6, 7
3rd Trimester
Classes: Mar 10-June 12
Finals: June 10, 11, 12
 

District Calendar


2013-2014 School Year


 

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Fundraising

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Volunteer

About PTSA


 


Key Bobcat Info


J. Cesar Morales,  Principal
Eddie Buscher, PTSA Pres.


Staff Directory

School Loop Website

Mission of SCHS


Attendance Hotline
Attendance Hotline
760-331-6670
 

 

 


 

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Superintendent Message

Dr. Lovely Video on Common Core Standards

 




 
October 2, 2013
Dear Sage Creek Community,

     Crime Scene InvestigatorsLast week provided  a few examples of how we as campus want to stand out from the typical high school experience. Students from our Biomedical Sciences classes had the opportunity to have investigators from the Carlsbad Crime Scene Unit present to the class.  The students were given the opportunity check out the Crime Scene Unit vehicle (picture provided), ask questions about crime scenes, and listen to the investigators talk about the science associated with their profession.  

     Then, during the same day, our great PTSA hosted a career panel focused on medical careers.  The event had an audience of over 100 parents and students and was a success because of the great presenters and the coordination on the part of our PTSA!

     To round out the Sage Creek experience, students had a great time at our school's first dance.  I can truly say that our students know how to have a great time!

     I am proud to be a part of the Sage Creek Team and look forward to the many successes that our campus will experience this academic year.

J. César Morales
Principal, Sage Creek High School

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Reflections Art Contest Entries Due Oct 11

A reminder to our creative Bobcats: The deadline for participating in the PTSA Reflections Art Contest is Friday, October 11 at  3 PM (turn in your work to the SCHS front office).
 
 This year’s theme is “Believe, Dream, Inspire."  Explore the arts and showcase your creative and artistic talents with several categories:
 
Dance Choreography •  Film Production •  Literature •  
Music Composition  •  Photography •  Visual Arts
 
 Entry forms and guidelines are available in the SCHS office and at sagecreekhs.carlsbadusd.net/ptsa.  
All work must be original. 

We’d love to see that amazing Bobcat spirit and have our SCHS students showcase their talents in this national competition. Let’s kick-off our inaugural year at SCHS, promoting student creativity!
 

Judges Needed for Reflections Art

Parent and community volunteers are needed to help judge the artwork during the week of October 14-18.

Community service hours will also be available to students that help with the Reflections contest, for more information please contact Laura Panter, PTSA Reflections Chair at laurapanter99@gmail.com

PTSA Membership & Direct Donation Now Available Online!

SCHS PTSA Logo Option5 BlackIf you haven't had a chance to join the PTSA at Sage Creek, you can now do so easily online, and pay securely via PayPal.  Just click the "Join Now" button when you visit us at:
 sagecreekhs.carlsbadusd.net/ptsa.

Your PTSA membership and donations help build a strong SCHS Community!

Save The Date: Sage Creek High School Dedication Oct 25

Don't miss the Sage Creek High School Dedication ceremony on Friday, October 25 beginning sharply at 9 AM! It will be focused on celebrating Carlsbad’s second great high school and its students.

SCHS Dedication 10/25/13

Adult Volunteers Needed for SCHS Dedication Oct 25

Please go to the PTSA Volunteer Webpage on School Loop if you would like to volunteer Oct 25 between 8-11 AM.

Campus Tours

Regularly scheduled campus tours begin next Tuesday, October 8.  The tours will be led by Mr. Morales or a Sage Creek Leadership Team member and students.  

The tours are open to prospective students, community members, and CUSD employees.  They will take place every other week and begin promptly at 3:35 p.m.  

Please go to the following link to get further information: 
sagecreekhs.carlsbadusd.net/tours 


Students Must Wear Helmets

Attention  parents and students, California Vehicle Code 21212 requires that anyone under 18 wear a helmet when riding a bicycle, skateboard, scooter, and in-line or roller skates.   Mr. Morales will be working with Officer Cobian to assure that all students are following the law.


College and Career Fair - Mon Oct 7 6:30 PM @ CHS

It is never too early to begin to explore college and career options. Carlsbad High School is hosting a College & Career Fair on Monday, October 7 at 6:30 PM.  There will be over 100 Colleges and  Experts at the event.  See you there!
 
College Career Fair Oct 7
 
 

"Power of Parents" Presentation on Alcohol & Your Teen: Oct 17

Oct 17 Presentation
The PTSA is proud to present an important presentation for parents only, delivered by a keynote speaker from Mother's Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.)

WHAT:        M.A.D.D.'s Power to Parents Presentation
WHERE:      SCHS Cafeteria
WHEN:        October 17, 2013 at 6:30p.m.

PRESENTATION DETAILS:


Your Teens World: 
  • Finding is or Her Way. Going Along With a Group. Short Term Thinking.
What Style Parent Are You?
  • Authoritarian, Over protective, Permissive, Positive
Talking About Alcohol:
  • Starting the Conversation. What's Holding You back? Knowing the Facts as You Communicate Your Family's Values. Enforcing Consequences. Did you Drink When you were Young? Talking So Your Teen Will Listen. Avoiding Potholes. Strategies That help a Teen Succeed. 5 Reasons That Teens Respect.
Helping Your Teen Make Good Choices:
  • Dealing with Peer Pressure. Finding Alternatives to Drinking. Choosing Friends. Steering clear of Driving Dangers. Could Your Teen have a Drinking Problem?
Questions: Contact Kimberly Hustonkdhuston2003@yahoo.com 


Student Volunteer Opportunity

Volunteers are needed along the walk route to be cheerleaders to encourage the walkers during the Saturday Oct 12th Walk Like M.A.D.D. 5K event in Liberty Station's NTC Park.

Walk Like MADDClick here to volunteer.

 
Please contact Kimberly with questions
 
[kdhuston2003@yahoo.com]


Campus Expectations

Below is an overview of our expectations for student attire.  The purpose of defining and enforcing a dress code is to ensure that each SCHS student participates in a positive environment focused on learning and student achievement.   The school dress code applies to all school activities, including off-campus activities such as fieldtrips and dances. 
 
Please note that this information can be found on page 27 of our Student Handbook

Examples of unacceptable dress are as follow:
  • Attire and accessories that advertise, promote, or glamorize any of the following:  drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, violence, weapons, or display inappropriate or sexually suggestive language or symbols. 
  • Attire which distracts from the educational goals of the school including, but not limited to: tops that expose the midriff area, crop tops, halter tops, strapless tops, backless tops, bandeaus, tube tops, off the shoulder tops, underwear worn as outer wear and bikini wear is not permitted.  The tops worn by both males and females should adequately cover the chest area and not expose breasts, cleavage, or midriff area. Sheer tops do not constitute adequate coverage. Clothing must also be neat, clean, and fit properly.Under garments should not be exposed.
  • Sagging pants.
  • Shorts and skirts that do not adequately cover the buttocks area when the student is in both sitting and standing positions. Additionally, shorts and skirts must not be revealing when students are walking on the second or third floors, or when they are walking up and down stairs as they go from class to class.
  • Attire, articles of clothing, or adornments determined by SCHS administration and/or the Carlsbad Police Department to identify affiliation to any organization, group, or gang associated with or reputed to be involved in criminal activity.
  • Attire, which includes words, phrases, or pictures that are derogatory regarding ethnic background, national origin, religious belief, gender, gender orientation, or disability, is not permitted.
  • Jewelry, wallet, and accessories that, in the opinion of the staff, attract undue attention or could pose a threat to the safety of others are not permitted.
  •  Shoes must be worn at all times.

SCHS Student Handbook

Student Handbook

Please view the Student Handbook by clicking on the following link.  The handbook contains important information regarding attendance, extra-curricular activities, graduation requirements, and among other things, campus expectations.
 
 

Bell Schedules / Final Exam Schedules

1st Trimester
Classes: Aug 28-Nov 22
Finals: Nov 20, 21, 22
2nd Trimester
Classes: Dec 2-Mar 7
Finals: Mar 5, 6, 7
3rd Trimester
Classes: Mar 10-June 12
Finals: June 10, 11, 12
 

web: sagecreekhs.carlsbadusd.net
 
Email: SageCreekPTSA@gmail.com

 

 


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