Parent-Teacher Conferences Wednesday, October 28 from 4

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Parent-Teacher Conferences Wednesday, October 28 from 4
Official Publication for Parents and Students of Craig High School
OCTOBER 2015
Craig High School
Vol. 12 No. 24
401 S. Randall Ave, Janesville, WI 53545
(Cougar By Gary Gandy)
608-743-5200
craighighschool.org
Homecoming week Starts October 5-10
Game: Friday, October 9
Monterey Stadium
Craig Cougars vs. Madison West
The Homecoming Dance will be held on:
Saturday, October 10
Location: Craig High School
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Wednesday, October 28 from 4-7 pm
Thursday, October 29th from 8 am - 12:30 pm & 2 pm - 7 pm
*No appointment necessary* Students are welcome but need not attend *Enter through Main Entrance*
The purpose of conferences is to share information and build strong partnerships between teachers, parents
and students. The Infinite Campus program allows you to view grades, attendance and other information
and report cards tell only part of the story. These should not take the place of conferences. During conferences you find out how students are really doing at school. You can talk about struggles and successes,
homework policies, projects, what parents can do to help and how to stay in touch.
Call 743-5262 for hearing-impaired services.
We use the arena format with teachers located by department.
If you need more than five minutes, make an appointment.
Craig’s PTO will provide refreshments.
Check your student’s lunch account.
Following conferences, talk to your students about the positive and negative comments made by teachers
Craig Calendar 2015-2016
HOMECOMING - Game
HOMECOMING - Dance
Staff Dev/Parent Conf (No School Students)
PARENT CONF (no school students)
NO SCHOOL/STUDENTS & TEACHERS
1ST QUARTER ENDS
Optional Teacher Work Day
THANKSGIVING BREAK
WINTER BREAK BEGINS (No School)
SCHOOL RESUMES
FINAL EXAMS
END OF 1ST SEMESTER
Teacher Dev/Parent Conf (No School Students)
PARENT CONF (NO SCHOOL/STUDENTS)
NO SCHOOL TEACHERS/STUDENTS
ACADEMIC RECOGNITION
SPRING BREAK BEGINS
Staff Professional Development/Snow Reserve day
SCHOOL RESUMES
3RD QUARTER ENDS
Staff Professional Development/Snow Reserve Day
PROM
SNOW Reserve day
MEMORIAL DAY
SENIOR AWARDS
FINAL EXAMS – Period 8
FINAL EXAMS- Periods, 1, 2, 3
FINAL EXAMS- Periods, 4, 5, 6
FINAL EXAMS – Period 7
SCHOOL YEAR ENDS-STUDENTS
GRADUATION
Staff Professional Development Day/Snow Reserve day
Optional Teacher Work Day
Friday
Saturday
Wednesday (4:00-7:00 p.m.)
Thursday
Friday
Friday
Wednesday
Thursday, Friday (No school)
Wednesday
Monday
Tues, Wed, Thursday
Friday (No School Students)
Wednesday (4:00-7:00 pm)
Thursday
Friday
Tuesday
Monday
Monday
Tuesday
Friday
Friday
Saturday
Friday (see below)
Monday
Wednesday
Friday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
October 9, 2015
October 10, 2015
October 28, 2015
October 29, 2015
October 30, 2015
November 6, 2015
November 25, 2015
November 26 and 27
December 23, 2015
January 4, 2016
Jan 19, 20, 21, 2016
January 22, 2016
March 9, 2016
March 10, 2016
March 11, 2016
March 15, 2016
March 21, 2016
March 28, 2016
March 29, 2016
April 8, 2016
May 6, 2016
May 7, 2016
May 27, 2016
May 30, 2016
May 25, 2016
June 3, 2016
June 6, 2016
June 7, 2016
June 8, 2016
June 8, 2016
June 8, 2016
June 9, 2016
June 10, 2016
Snow Reserve Day: Three inclement weather days for students are built into the district calendar. If school is closed
for inclement weather more than three days in the school year, the fourth and beyond inclement weather days will be
made up on the closest Snow Reserve Day after the inclement weather day that is not already being used for make-up
time (Monday, March 28; Friday, May 6; Friday, May 27; Thursday, June 9). If one or more of these days are not
needed to be used to make-up time they will be days off for students. Days marked Staff Professional Development/
Snow Reserve Day will be used for staff development if not needed to bus used to make-up instructional days due to
inclement weather.
Optional Teacher Work Days: Teachers will work 1 of the 2 Optional Work Days (Nov. 25 or June 10)
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Counselor’s Corner
ACT
oCtober 2015
All juniors will be taking the ACT in March. Other
test dates are:
National Test Dates
October 24, 2015
December 12, 2015
February 6, 2016
April 9, 2016
June 11, 2016
Counselors:
A-E
F-K
L-R
S-Z
Mrs. Osmond
Mrs. Fiore
Mrs. Karl Bryan
Ms. Sherri Rudkin
ACT scores are required for admission to most state
schools. Registration information is available in the
Student Center or online at www.act.org. Free ACT
and SAT test prep is available on KnowHow2GoWisconsin.org and PrivateCollegeZone.org.
Freshmen
We hope your child’s first weeks at Craig are going
well. It is important to help your student:
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Seniors
Start establishing good study habits
Counselors met with Seniors during I Block about gradua-
Choose challenging classes to begin preparing for
college.
Understand the impact of high school grades and
course selection on college admission.
Get involved in extra-curricular activities, volunteering, internships or work experiences.
tion requirements, the college application process and how
to request transcripts.
Currently seniors should be:
Counselors will visit all Freshman Seminar classes
during the week of homecoming. We will discuss
transitioning to the high school as well as graduation
requirements.
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Sending in college applications and be aware of deadlines
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Keep visiting colleges
Begin watching scholarships available in the Student
Center
NOTE***Seniors that failed any required courses should
have made it up in summer school or have the class in their
current schedule. If you have any questions about this contact your counselor.
Sophomores
Counselors will offer sophomore conferencing with
students and parents by mid October. Information on
this will be sent to families in the next couple of
weeks.
Scholarships
Seniors, keep your eyes open for new scholarship opportunities. They are announced and posted in the Student Center or check out Craig’s homepage at
Juniors
www.craighighschool.org. The local scholarship booklet
will be coming out in Advisory in early December. One
Counselors will be going into Personal Finance classes application will put you in the pool for any of the local
to discuss credits and career cruising options.
scholarships for which you are eligible. Return the application by March 1.
Now is a good time to begin scheduling campus visits.
The best way to know if a campus is right for you is to A word of caution: Be very careful of any scholarship or
go on a tour, get an admissions presentation and get a other financial aid opportunities that require you to pay a
fee for their service. These could be scams.
feel for the college.
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Student Travel
Opportunities
Students curious to see the other side of the world can do that during Spring Break
this year. Janesville students will spend 18 days in China. We will spend two weeks
living with families of Chinese students at our partner school making friends and
learning to see the world through Chinese eyes. and about one week exploring Shanghai, the economic engine of China. Students will earn .5 high school credit for projects completed on the trip. Registration is open now for students in grades 9-12, and the trip will be capped at
20. For more information, contact Craig counselor, Karl Bryan, at [email protected]
Fritz Elsen will be taking a group of students to Greece and
Turkey from June 19-29, 2016 this year. Parents and students can go to his website www.tinyurl.com/mrelsen or can
email him at [email protected] for more information.
The Russian Exchange Program is now accepting applications for our next exchange
trip which is scheduled for Fall 2016. This unique program offers students the opportunity to travel to Moscow, Russia for one week and immerse in the country's culture,
history, and society by participating in various educational experiences that are rich
with hands-on learning. While in Russia, students will stay with a host family from
our partner school, Private School <<Premier>> (PSP). In return, students will get the chance to host their
Russian counterparts when they visit Craig High School. This program is open to all students. You do not have
to be in a foreign language class to participate.
We also welcome students to participate in the program who are interested in only the hosting aspect of
the program. We are currently looking for students to host a Russian student from PSP during their visit to
Craig High School from October 30-November 7, 2015. If you are interested in helping out, please contact
Mrs. Kaspar at 743-5227 or at [email protected] You can also visit the Russian Exchange Program site that is located on our school website for more detailed information.
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The student council of 2015-2016 has had a great start to the year. We have already
had two meetings. We have been planning homecoming class themes and theme
days. The freshmen’s theme is “Frozen Freshmen: We’re Here to Stay, So Let It
Go”, the sophomore’s theme is “Superhero Sophomores: No Need to Fear, It’s Our
Second Year”, the junior’s theme is “Jupiter Juniors: We’re Outta This World”, and
the senior’s theme is “Under the Sea Seniors: Oh Whale, It’s Our Last Year”. The
themes for the week are Dress Your Best, Tacky Tourist, Jocks vs. Nerds, Class
Color Wars, and Spirit day. We are also planning Pilgrim Pop Day for late November. We held elections for freshmen officers Friday, September 18th. The junior
class officers and representatives are having a blood drive October 8th.
The student council of 2015-2016
has had a great start to the year. We
have already had two meetings. We
have been planning homecoming
class themes and theme days. The freshmen’s theme is
“Frozen Freshmen: We’re Here to Stay, So Let It Go”, the
sophomore’s theme is “Superhero Sophomores: No Need to Fear, It’s Our Second
Year”, the junior’s theme is “Jupiter Juniors: We’re Outta This World”, and the
senior’s theme is “Under the Sea Seniors: Oh Whale, It’s Our Last Year”. The
themes for the week are Dress Your Best, Tacky Tourist, Jocks vs. Nerds, Class
Color Wars, and Spirit day. We are also planning Pilgrim Pop Day for late November. We held elections for freshmen officers Friday, September 18th. The junior
class officers and representatives are having a blood drive October 8th.
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Parents-- Do you take photos the Craig Phoenix
Yearbook could use from sporting events, concerts,
etc.? Download the free app www.replayit.com and
help our yearbook access these great photos!
Senior Pictures are Due Friday, October
16th to [email protected] See the school
website for specifications.
Do you have ancient cameras hiding in the deep
dark depths of your closets? The Craig High
School art department is seeking donations of used
35mm film cameras, used darkroom equipment or
used digital point and shoot cameras for our photography program. Please contact Melissa McFadden at 743-5423 or
[email protected] with any questions. Thank
you!
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How cool would it be to have your own radio program? Would you like to be interviewed on
the radio? Do you plan to further your education in radio and would like some experience on
your resume? If you answer yes to any of these questions, WADR LP 103.5 FM is just the
place for you to get involved.
We would like to get the high school students involved in community radio and have their
voices heard. We are looking for anyone that is interested in all aspects of community radio. If
you would like to engineer a show, host a show or just learn more about community radio,
this is the place to do it. The sky is the limit, as long as FCC rules are followed.
Janesville Community Radio, Inc., is a local, noncommercial, educational radio station that
serves approximately 64,000 listeners through the airwaves signal and an unlimited audience
nationally and internationally through on-line streaming
atwww.janesvillecommunityradio.com. We also have apps on Android and Apple.
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit and 100% volunteer station run by public donations.
Please contact us by going to: janesvillecommunityradio.com and fill out an application with
your interests and contact information or contact Melissa Baier de Garcia
at [email protected]
Pam Outhouse
Treasurer
Janesville Community Radio, Inc
WADR LPFM 103.5
321 E Milwaukee St
Janesville, WI 53545
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An Epic Struggle Between Good and Evil
PERFORMANCE DATES
**NEW PERFORMANCE** -Thursday, NOVEMBER 5th, 7:30pm
Friday, NOVEMBER 6th, 7:30pm
Saturday, NOVEMBER 7th, 7:30pm
Sunday, NOVEMBER 8th, 2:00pm
Ticket Information
All Thursday Tickets are $10
Tickets for all other shows are $10 for students / seniors
and $15 for adults
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Craig Athletics
Winter Sports Practice Schedule 2015-2016
Girls Basketball
Monday, November 9th
Gymnastics
Monday, November 9th
Hockey Boys & Girls
Monday, November 9th
Boys Basketball
Monday, November 16th
Boys Swim
Monday, November 16th
Wrestling
Monday, November 16th
CO-CURRICULAR CODE CARD NEEDED FOR ALL ACTIVITIES
The co-curricular code meeting is required of all students wanting to participate in a sport or extracurricular
activity. One parent as well as the student is expected to attend and sign a blue code card, which is an agreement to abide by the rules put forth by the Janesville School District. Once a student attends the meeting, the
blue card, which is kept on file in the Athletic office, is good for the four years the student attends either
Craig or Parker High School. Each subsequent year the student is asked to return to the Athletic office to resign their card.
CODE MEETING - November 11, 2015
6:30 in the Craig Small Auditorium
and
5:00 on November 10, 2015 at Parker High School
ALL athletes planning to participate in CRAIG ATHLETICS this WINTER MUST meet the following guidelines
for PHYSICAL EXAMINATION to be ELIGIBLE TO PRACTICE and COMPETE: WIAA requires a PHYSICAL EXAMINATION for 1 or 2 years based on the following criteria: (1) Examination taken after 4/1 is good for the
following 2 school years; (2) Examination taken before 4/1 is good for the remainder of that SCHOOLYEAR
and the following SCHOOL YEAR. Alternate year cards will be used the second year for students who received a two-year examination. Physical examination cards of new enrollees are eligible to be transferred
based on the criteria above. Cards verifying this information MUST be on file with Craig’s Athletic Office
PRIOR to PRACTICE.
PHYSICAL BEFORE 4/1/14 = ATHLETE NEEDS A GREEN PHYSICAL CARD
PHYSICAL FROM 4/1/14 - 3/31/15 = ATHLETE NEEDS A BUFF ALTERNATE YEAR CARD
PHYSICAL ON OR AFTER 4/1/15 = OK
OTHER REQUIRED CARDS/FORMS
(ALL THESE FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE ATHLETIC OFFICE)
*RED EMERGENCY/INSURANCE CARD
*SIGNED CODE CARD
*SIGNED ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION BULLETIN
*SIGNED CONCUSSION AWARENESS AGREEMENT
ALL ATHLETES ARE REQUIRED TO TURN ALL OF THESE FORMS IN TO THE ATHLETIC OFFICE PRIOR TO
THE FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE OR TRYOUTS. DO NOT TURN THESE FORMS INTO THE COACH.
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Our Cheer season is off to a great start. We are seeing an
increase in School Spirit at Craig High School this year!
The team is a bit smaller than previous years, but full of
great talent! We have a young man joining us this year,
which has been fun learning co- ed stunting with. We will
have a new member joining us at games this winter season.
Her name is Hanna Klumpf. She is a foreign exchange student from Germany. Our Sparkle Effect team starts back
up in November, which we have extended to include Middle school students in hopes to make the team more sustainable. The team's competition starts Nov.
1st with our first competition at UW-Whitewater. We have other competitions through February including
Regional's where we hope to qualify for State. We have been busy since July with community events, fundraisers, Football games and other Cougar Sporting events. It's been great season so far for the team! Go
Cougars!
Start date: November 16th at 3:30 pm
Swim team sign-up meeting: Friday, October 23rd, 7:30 AM, at the pool
Head Coach: Brian Kitzman
Cell phone: (608) 718-1754
E-mail: [email protected]
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*Orders still being taken*
Show your Craig Cougar
Pride by ordering a Memory
Brick to distinguish and
honor individuals of the
Janesville Craig community.
MEMORY
BRICKS STILL
AVAILABLE!
Get One Now!
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*Orders still being taken*
Show your Craig Cougar
Pride by ordering a Memory
Brick to distinguish and
honor individuals of the
Janesville Craig community.
Blood Drive
Cougar Den Hours:
October 8th in the Girl's Gym
*Open Daily Monday - Friday*
Before School from 7:30 - 7:55am
After school from 3:28 - 3:45pm
2015 CRAIG FFA Holiday Sale
It’s that time of year… Orders will be taken Oct 14 – Nov 3rd for
the annual FFA holiday fundraiser. All your favorites will be
available like Apples, Oranges, Mixed Fruit Boxes, Poinsettias,
Cheese, Sausage, Nuts and Honey. The projected pick up date
will be December 8, 2015, so it is a great opportunity to get holiday gifts for many of the people on your list. Watch for the price
list to be posted soon on the Craig High School homepage at
www.craighighschool.org. To order, call 743-5187 or email
[email protected]
Did you get a copy of the Pace for Parkinson’s Friends &
Family Cookbook? It was for sale during the Pace For
Parkinson’s 5K Run & Family Walk this past spring and
they sold out fast. We have ordered more and you can
buy your copy at registration for $15. It is a nice cookbook for a great cause and has 245 tried and true recipes!
Just stop by the Pace for Parkinson’s committee table to
purchase a copy or once school starts back,
please contact:
Cherie Farrell (743.5164)
Email - [email protected]
ALSO:
T-Shirts are still available from the event for $3.
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Cougar Closet
The Craig Cares Campaign is underway. This campaign is focused on providing gifts for
Craig High School students in need during the holiday season.
Families in Need
We have contacted families whose children we know might be in need during the holiday season. If your family has not received a form to fill out and would like one please contact
Christal Lippincott. If the student is being helped by another organization such as ECHO or
the Salvation Army they will be excluded from our gift program. Forms are due no later
than November 7th.
Families Who Can Assist
If your family, organization or company you work for would like to sponsor a student during
the holiday season please contact Christal Lippincott. She will provide you with the information about a student and what their wishes are for the holiday season. The typical amount per
student is $100. If you are able to assist then she will contact you after November 6th. Items,
which are mostly gift cards, will need to be purchased and returned by December 11th.
Contact Information for Christal Lippincott
Craig High School
401 S Randall
Janesville, WI 53545
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Library, Technology, Books & LMC
Mrs. Christine Pumilia
Library Media Specialist
craighighschool.org
Library Media
Center (LMC)
Student
Technology
Library hours: 7:30-4:30
Technology guidelines and regulations:
All students need to adhere to the
Acceptable Use of Technology
Guidelines.
Resources:
Checkout limit is 5 items.
Need ID to checkout.
Books/2 weeks/5¢ a day fine
Audiobooks/2 weeks/5¢ a day fine
eBooks/3 weeks/no fines
Movies&CD’s/1week/50¢ a day fine
Students are responsible for good
behavior in the use of computers and
the Internet. The Administrative
Guideline students need to follow is
called the Student Internet Access and
Safe Use. Both of these guidelines can
be found on the Craig LMC webpage.
Google School and District:
Students and teachers use Google for
email, and Google Drive for storing
and sharing files.
Magazines/1week/50¢ a day fine
Equipment/1day/$5 a day fine
If a student has $10.00 in
fines, they may not check
out items until the fine is paid.
Edmodo School and District:
Classroom teachers use Edmodo as a
Tool to:
1. Engage students
2. Connect to resources
3. Measure student progress
4. Bring classrooms to life
Books & LMC
New in the Fiction Area:
We are in the process of putting
Genre stickers on all the fiction books.
Students can write a review for a book
of their choice. If we post that review
in the library, the student will be
invited to pick out a free book that
was donated by Hedberg Public
Librarians. The link for the Book
Reviews is located on the Craig LMC
webpage.
Teen Book Club:
Students may join the Teen Book Club.
We meet once a month during I-Block
and after school once a month.
New Mobile SMART Panel:
Stop in to see our new SMART Board
that can be moved to areas that
need it. It creates another great
teaching area in the LMC.
Mrs. Pumilia’s Recommendations:
Lunar Chronicles Series by Marissa
Meyer. Each book is a new take on
an old fairy tale:
Cinder (Book 1), Scarlett (Book 2),
Cress (Book 3), Book 4&5 coming soon.
Craig High School provides programs to promote
academic, social, physical & emotional
development of all students.
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SCHOOL DISTRICT OF JANESVILLE
Educational Services Center (ESC), 527 S. Franklin Street, Janesville, WI 53548
STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL TEENS
REQUEST TO WITHHOLD
DIRECTORY DATA &
MILITARY/HIGHER EDUCATION
OBJECTION
If you do NOT want student information or photos
released, you must sign a “Request to Withhold
Directory Data” form available at registration and
the school office. If we have not received this
form within 14 days of distribution of the school
handbook, according to state statues, the data
may be released. Please understand that by
signing this form, your child will not have his/her
picture or name in such things as the school yearbook, student newspaper, sports programs,
awards programs, music/drama program, and
The Janesville Gazette (news stories, graduation
issue). There can be no exceptions.
Also, federal law requires educational agencies to
provide recruiters, upon request, names, addresses and telephone listings. If you do NOT
want this information available, please fill out and
return the “Parental Objection” form within 14
days of enrollment.
FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED ALL YEAR
Applications for free or reduced school meal benefits may be submitted any time during the school
year. Contact your school office or the Business
Services office at the ESC, 527 S. Franklin.
MOVING?
If you move over the
summer, please call 743-5200 as
soon as possible to determine what
paperwork is needed. If moving
outside the School District of
Janesville, in most cases students
may continue attending their current school as long as you complete the paperwork within the required timeline. No address
change can be made without proof
of residency, which must have your
name, current address, and date of
the move. If you have a question
about school placement for a particular address, contact Tami Carl-
Every teenager wants to be happy, self-confident, popular, and
successful. Some are willing to do just about anything to obtain
these goals. Some let others make decisions for them, do
things against their best judgment, or trade their own individualism for the chance of being accepted. Making good decisions
can be difficult if you don’t know what you want in life. The following strategies can be used to make a successful teen.
 Setting goals involves thinking about what it is that you wish
for out of life. Start by setting realistic goals, then break larger goals into smaller goals and prioritizing them.
 Discipline is what carries us along toward the realization of a
goal. This means training regularly in order to improve your
skills, even in the face of distraction.
 Effective communication skills allow us to let our needs be
known. At the same time, it’s important to understand the
perspective of the other person. Listening is a key part of this
strategy.
 Often thought of as tedious and boring, organization is actually a way to give your brain a break. When your environment, thoughts, and tools are organized, it makes your work
easier and more effective.
 Risk-taking may seem out of place as a strategy for teens,
but taking positive risks means being willing to operate outside of your comfort zone. Trying something new can be
scary, but can promote personal growth. It may mean following your own path, and separating yourself from the pack.
Sometimes the pack may not always be the safest place to
be.
In Conclusion: Remember only you can change yourself; however, your willingness to change must be there. Every problem
is not going to disappear, or every dream will not come true, but
if you do the work, you will become a stronger, wiser, more
competent person. You already have within you all of the tools
and talents you need to create a better, more fulfilling life. All
that’s left for you to do is to really want it.
MUDARSE!!!
Si piensa moverse de su dirección de casa actual por favor comuníquese con
la oficina escolar de Craig High School al 743-5200 lo mas pronto posible para
determinar que formularios tendrá que llenar para que su hijo(a) continué asistiendo su escuela actual. Por favor note: si esta moviéndose a una dirección
fuera del Distrito Escolar de Janesville, en mucho casos su hijo(a) es elegible
para continuar asistiendo al Distrito Escolar de Janesville, siempre en cuanto
usted complete los formularios apropiados dentro del tiempo requerido.
Si tiene preguntas sobre colocación de escuela para una dirección en particular por favor comuníquese con la Secretaria de Servicios Administrativos Tami
Carlson al 743-5006. La Oficina de Servicios Administrativos esta abierta todo
el año.
Si es padre de un estudiante de primaria y se estará moviendo durante los
meses de verano cuando las escuelas están cerradas, por favor comuníquese
con la Secretaria de Servicios Administrativos Tami Carlson al 743-5006 ó con
la Oficina de Inscribir a Nuevos Estudiantes al 743-5152 para llenar los formu-
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ELEMENTARY
MIDDLE and HIGH SCHOOL NEWSLETTER INSERTS
Request for School Transfer/Placement (Intra District Transfers) within the School District
of Janesville Attendance Areas
Due to Move:
If you move within the School District of Janesville during the school year and wish to remain at your current school
please ask the school office for a Request to Remain in Current School Following Move to New Attendance Area Form
(Blue). Complete the form and return it to the school office.
Due to Parent Choice:
If you wish to apply to have your student transferred/placed in another school within the district next school year (20162017), please ask the school office for a School Transfer/Placement Within the School District Form (Goldenrod).
Completed forms will be accepted from November 1 through December 15, 2015 only. Submit your Request for
School Transfer/Placement Within the School District Form (Goldenrod) to your home school attendance area office.
Parents applying for Requests for School Transfer/Placement Within the School District will be notified of approval or
disapproval by January 15, 2016. Parents applying for Requests for School Transfer/Placement Within the School
District for incoming Kindergarten students will be notified of approval or disapproval after they have enrolled their
child during the Kindergarten Enrollment period with the New Student Enrollment Office. If you have questions, please
contact the school office of your home school attendance area.
Open Enrollment – Public School Choice – District to District Transfers
If during the school year, you move outside the School District of Janesville and you wish to remain at your current
school please contact the Administrative Services office at 743-5006 and request a tuition waiver form within two
weeks of your move. This will allow you to be eligible to attend your current school for the remainder of the current
year tuition free. If your move occurs prior to February, you will also need to complete an open enrollment application.
Application instructions are provided to the School District of Janesville by the Department of Public Instruction (DPI)
and should be available by mid January 2015. This year applications will be accepted February 1 – April 29, 2016.
If you have questions regarding Open Enrollment or Public School Choice please contact the Administrative Service
Office at 743-5006.
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ELEMENTARY MIDDLE and HIGH SCHOOL
Solicitud de Transferencia/Colocación de Escuela (Transferencia Intra-Distrital) dentro del
Área de Asistencia del Distrito Escolar de Janesville
Debido a Mudanza:
Si usted se muda dentro del Distrito Escolar de Janesville durante el año escolar y desea permanecer en su escuela
actual, por favor pida a la oficina de la escuela una Solicitud para Permanecer en la Escuela Actual Después de la
Mudanza a una Nueva Área de Asistencia (azul). Llene el formulario y devuélvalo a la oficina de la escuela.
Debido a Opción Parental:
Si usted desea solicitar que su estudiante sea transferido/colocado en otra escuela dentro del distrito el próximo año
escolar (2016-2017), por favor pida en la oficina de la escuela una Solicitud de Transferencia/Colocación Dentro del
Distrito Escolar (dorada). Las solicitudes se recibirán solamente del 1° de noviembre al 15 de diciembre de 2015.
Entregue su Solicitud de Transferencia/Colocación Dentro del Distrito Escolar (dorada) a la oficina de la escuela del
área de asistencia de su hogar. Los padres que presenten una Solicitud de Transferencia/Colocación Dentro del Distrito Escolar serán notificados de la aprobación o desaprobación antes del 15 de enero de 2016. Los padres que presenten una Solicitud de Transferencia/Colocación Dentro del Distrito Escolar para estudiantes que van a entrar al
Kínder, serán notificados de la aprobación o desaprobación después de inscribir a su niño en la Oficina de Inscripciones de Nuevos Estudiantes, durante el periodo de Inscripciones al Kínder. Si usted tiene preguntas, por favor comuníquese a la oficina de la escuela del área de asistencia de su hogar.
Inscripción Abierta – Opción de Escuela Pública – Transferencias de Distrito a Distrito
Si durante el año escolar usted se muda fuera del Distrito Escolar de Janesville y desea permanecer en su escuela
actual, por favor comuníquese a la Oficina de Servicios Administrativos al 743-5006 y pida una solicitud de exención
de colegiatura antes de que pasen dos semanas desde su mudanza. Esto le permitirá ser elegible para asistir a su
escuela actual por el resto del año en curso sin pagar colegiatura. Si su mudanza ocurre antes de febrero, también
necesitará llenar una solicitud de inscripción abierta. Las instrucciones para la solicitud las recibe el Distrito Escolar
de Janesville del Departamento de Instrucción Pública (DPI) y deben estar disponibles para mediados de enero de
2016. Este año las solicitudes se recibirán del 1 de febrero de 2016 al 29 de abril 2016.
Si usted tiene preguntas relacionadas a la Inscripción Abierta o la Opción de Escuela Pública, por favor comuníquese
a la Oficina de Servicios Administrativos al 743-5006.
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MOVING???
If you will be moving from your current home address please contact the Craig High School office at 743-5200 as soon as possible
to determine what paperwork you will need to fill out for your child to continue attending his/her current school. Please note: if
you are moving to an address outside the School District of Janesville in most cases your child is eligible to continue attending the
School District of Janesville as long as you complete the appropriate paperwork within the required timeline.
If you have any questions about school placement for a particular address please contact Administrative Services Secretary Tami
Carlson at 743-5006. The Administrative Services Office is open year round.
If you are the parent of an elementary student and will be moving over the summer months when the elementary schools are
closed, please contact Administrative Services Secretary Tami Carlson at 743-5006 or the New Student Enrollment Office at 7435152 to complete the appropriate paperwork.
MUDARSE!!!
Si piensa moverse de su dirección de casa actual por favor comuníquese con la oficina escolar de Craig High School al 743-5200
lo mas pronto posible para determinar que formularios tendrá que llenar para que su hijo(a) continué asistiendo su escuela actual.
Por favor note: si esta moviéndose a una dirección fuera del Distrito Escolar de Janesville, en mucho casos su hijo(a) es elegible
para continuar asistiendo al
Distrito Escolar de Janesville, siempre en cuanto usted complete los formularios apropiados dentro del tiempo requerido.
Si tiene preguntas sobre colocación de escuela para una dirección en particular por favor comuníquese con la Secretaria de Servicios Administrativos Tami Carlson al 743-5006. La Oficina de Servicios Administrativos esta abierta todo el año.
Si es padre de un estudiante de primaria y se estará moviendo durante los meses de verano cuando las escuelas están cerradas, por
favor comuníquese con la Secretaria de Servicios Administrativos Tami Carlson al 743-5006 ó con la Oficina de Inscribir a Nuevos Estudiantes al 743-5152 para llenar los formularios apropiados.
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Craig High School provides programs to promote
academic, social, physical,
and emotional development of all students.
craighighschool.org
Log on to Craig’s homepage to keep up-to-date on our activities.
Follow links to telephone extensions, email addresses, calendars,
announcements, athletics, Student Services, and more.
PEOPLE WHO CAN HELP AT CRAIG
Principal’s Office
Principal Secretary
Mrs. Tricia Jones
743-5210
Principal
Dr. Alison Bjoin
743-5205
Main Office
Jill Plenty
743-5200
Homework Request Line
Main Office
743-5215
Assistant Principal’s Office
AP Secretary
AP Office
Assistant Principal
Assistant Principal
Dean of Students
School Nurse
Ms. Judy Crook
Mrs. Jolene Hess
Mr. Shawn Kane (A-K)
Mr. Monte Phillips (L-Z)
Ms. Sonja Robinson
Mrs. Diane Campton
743-5262
743-5264
743-5260
743-5270
743-5221
743-5235
Athletic Office
Athletic Secretary
Athletic Director
Mrs. Mary Adamson
Mr. Ben McCormick
743-5266
743-5245
Attendance Office
To Report an Absence
Attendance Clerk
Attendance Clerk
Machine
Mrs. Pam Parish
Mrs. Joyce Snyder
743-5230
743-5231
743-5233
Student Center
Guidance Secretary
Registrar
Police Liaison Officer
Ms. Mary Severin
Mrs. Jill Stange
Officer Brian Foster
743-5251
743-5252
743-5213
Food Service
Mrs. Elise Allen
743-5168
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