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Congratulations to this week’s student of the week, new student Robert McGraw, whose friendly and optimistic attitude and hard working disposition unanimously won him the award. Congratulations!
We are nearing the end of our school year, and with only five weeks of class left, our younger students are getting ready for testing, while senior students are finishing up their portfolios and preparing to graduate.
Every Carlé student has shown a great sense of hard work and self-motivation towards their schoolwork, and many students go above and beyond expectations each and every day.
To achieve Gold level, a student must make a total of at least 15 credits per, with an attendance rate of 90 percent or above. Gold level students receive a wide variety of benefits, from gold-level trips to open-campus privileges during lunch. Students are encouraged to achieve gold level whenever possible.
Our latest gold level trip to Jellystone Park, which had previously been delayed due to weather, took place on Thursday, April 17. Gold level students will have teachers Ms. Shrive and Angie Siegel taking these students for a great day of relaxation and springtime fun.
Carlé’s Open House, which took place on April 3, was a great success, with Carlé’s standards and education being explored.
During the Open House, the Konocti Unified School District also unveiled the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), which through the input from the parents and teachers who attended the event helped shape the future of California education for the better.
Along with our Open House, Carlé’s Field Day was also an outstanding success to both students and teachers alike.
Students, staff and Carlé graduates were all invited to a field day barbecue, which alongside the great food made use of the full campus to provide a large variety of sports to play, including basketball, football, hockey, Frisbee, jump rope and golf.
Everybody had a great time enjoying themselves during the day and worked together with great unity to set up and clean up.
We’d like to take the time to thank student assistant Guein, whose friendly but no-nonsense attitude helps keep students on the fast track to graduate. She is always willing to listen and help out in any way she can and helps even the more struggling students to excel.
Charles Warren is a student at Carlé Continuation High School.