CVA Physical Science
CVA Class during 1st block is complete. Students have completed the EOC for this course. Grades will be posted on the students CVA page soon by their individual CVA instructor.
All CVA students will now use their 1st block time as a study skills class. Each student should come prepared with assignments from other course. Review assignments, HW assignments, unfinished class assignments can all be completed during this time.
USA Test Prep will be the only website, outside of teacher directed sites, that should be accessed during this time.
*** Parents- several students are not coming to class prepared. Please make it a point to emphasize this opportunity with your child.
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Spring Semester Schedule
1st – Science/ CVA – Room 113
Advisement – Room 120 / Hoya Block – Room 120
2nd – Consult/IEP Mtg Period – Support Services offices (Suite 202)
3rd – Consult/IEP Mtg Period – Support Services offices (Suite 202)
4th – Consult/IEP Mtg Period – Support Services offices (Suite 202)
CVA Science – PARENTS! Please continue to review your students status in class.
All assignments are due this FRIDAY 4/28/2017. The EOC is scheduled for May 3, 2017.
**If your student is behind, he or she should be spending at least 45 minutes a night working from home until caught up. Several of the CVA instructors will be allowing students to turn in completed missing assignments over spring break. Students should finish the assignments, email their instructor what they have completed, and submit.
All students are registered for CVA course. Parents can access the course info. (with student login or the parent page at cvap.studentfirstname.studentlastname)
Students should be working on assignments at Home! Several students continue to struggle to maintain focus and keep a steady work completion rate. Please discuss this with your student. This is a self-paced course. Assignments can be accessed 24/7. You do not want to run out of time in May!
Hoya Block – Bring your notebooks for review! It’s time to strap up your boots and get super focused on your academic classes.
Do I need a Class Notebook for my academic courses! Yes, you need them and here is a little help in setting one up.
If you want you want your student to be engaged, to be more responsible for their own learning, and become a better note taker, then Interactive Student Note-books may be the answer. These are notebooks that are unique for each student. The notebook can help students organize notes, review important information, keep up with handouts, and make generalizations when learning by referring to sections that support their learning. The notebook has been call an “organizational anchor” for students.
****NEW this week ! Some things parents and teachers can do to help the student based on behaviors. Study Help