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6/13/2022 - Technology Return if Not Attending Summer School by Friday!

Hello Bulldog Families!
Many Chromebooks and/or hotspots are still checked out by students that aren't attending summer school. These devices need to be returned by this Friday, June 17th. Please return them and their chargers as soon as possible.

Next week, June 20th-24th, for those that haven't returned their Chromebooks, hotspots, and corresponding chargers, individual automated phone calls will be going out to families as a reminder to have them turned in. Then the week after, June 27th-June 30th, families will be billed for any damages to technology returned and for unreturned technology.

If your student is attending summer school, then don't worry about turning in either device until the last 2 days of summer school, June 23rd and June 24th

Thanks!

6/8/22 - Technology Return!

Hello Bulldog Families!
There are many students that still have a checked out Chromebook and/or hotspot that need to be returned by June 17th. Please return them and their chargers as soon as possible.

If your student is attending summer school, then don't worry about turning in either device until the last 2 days of summer school, June 23rd and June 24th

Thanks!


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5/13/22 - Calendar for Final Two Weeks of School - please read!

Hello Charter College and Career Prep Families,
Attached to this message is a copy of the final two weeks of school - I am also posting a small picture of what you will see when you open the attachment. We will hand these out to students next week. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions: (530) 295-2434. Please note that the last day for students (grades 7-11) on campus is Tuesday the 24th, but grades 7-11 can still submit work through Friday the 27th at 3:00pm. 

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4/8/22 - Upcoming Standardized Testing Information

Dear CCP Families:

Every year, California students take several statewide tests. When combined with other measures such as grades, class work, and teacher observations, these tests give families and teachers a more complete picture of their child’s learning. You can use the results to identify where your child is doing well and where they might need more support.

Your child may be taking one or more of the following California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), English Language Proļ¬ciency Assessments for California (ELPAC), and Physical Fitness Test assessments.

Pursuant to California Education Code Section 60615, parents/guardians may annually submit to the school a written request to excuse their child from any or all of the CAASPP assessments. This exemption does not exist for the ELPAC or Physical Fitness Test.

CAASPP: Smarter Balanced Assessments for English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA) and Math

Who takes these tests? Students in grades 3–8 and grade 11. April 25-May 19

What is the test format? The Smarter Balanced assessments are computer-based.

Which standards are tested? The California State Standards.

CAASPP: California Science Test (CAST)

Who takes the test? Students take the CAST in grades 5 and 8 and once in high school, either in grade 10, 11, or 12.

What is the test format? The CAST is computer-based.

Which standards are tested? The California Next Generation Science Standards (CA NGSS).

ELPAC

Who takes the test? Students who have a home language survey that lists a language other than English will take the Initial test, which identifies students as an English learner student or as initially fluent in English. Students who are classified as English learner students will take the Summative ELPAC every year until they are reclassified as proficient in English.

What is the test format? Both the Initial and Summative ELPAC are computer-based.

Which standards are tested? The 2012 California English Language Development Standards.

Physical Fitness Test 

Who takes the test? Students in grades 5, 7, and 9 will take the FITNESSGRAM®, which is the test used in California.

What is the test format? The test consists of five performance components: aerobic capacity, abdominal strength, trunk strength, upper body strength, and flexibility.

Which standards are tested? The Healthy Fitness Zones are established through the Fitnessgram®.

Although these tests are individualized and parents will receive the results, our programs use this to look at program development and not necessarily the individual student.  We use the global results to study how our program is benefiting our students and what improvements may help all our students.  We encourage your students to take these tests to help our programs improve.

Tests will be given after Spring Break in late April and early May. 


Sincerely,

Maria Osborne, Principal

(530) 295-2286

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