High School Newsletter: March 25, 2019

High School Newsletter: March 25, 2019

Dear K2 HS Dragon families,

Spring Break is right around the corner, and we only have TEN WEEKS LEFT IN THE SCHOOL YEAR!!

Spring Break is a big opportunity for students to catch up on their work. Please take the time to have your child log onto their platform and ask if there is anything you can help with. We highly suggest that they take time to study for at least 3-4 Power Focus Areas so that they are ready to take content assessments when they come back to school on April 8th. Please reach out to your child’s mentor for more information.

We also have a few opportunities for parent input coming up that we are excited for!

It is my pleasure to cordially invite you to join us for the inaugural Summit K2 Town Hall on April 16th at 6:30 pm in U2 in the High School.

This will an opportunity for your family to hear directly from Summit Public Schools’ Superintendent Anson Jackson, who will be giving a short presentation on the State of the Organization at Summit Public Schools, and our vision for the upcoming academic year. This will also be your chance to meet with our network’s Home Office directors and learn more about what they do behind the scenes to support our schools and students. You will also be given an opportunity to give feedback about your child(ren)’s experience at Summit so we can improve how we support your child(ren) as they move through their middle school/high school career.

Please RSVP at your earliest convenience using this linkRefreshments will be served and child care will be provided. If you have any further questions or comments about this exciting event, please do not hesitate to reach out to me.

We also invite you to participate in the Spring 2019 Summit Public Schools Community Survey.

Survey Link: English
Survey Link: Spanish

Your opinions matter! Every year, thousands of Summit families complete surveys like this one, and that data generates tons of insights about how to make their children’s schools better. Your voice will help Summit’s leaders make the right decisions for your child, now and in the future.

The survey consists of a series of multiple-choice questions plus an open-ended type question at the end where you can write in your response. The survey should only take you about 20 minutes to complete. Before the open-ended question, there are a few demographic questions. These questions are optional and are used only by us to give context to our data findings.

All of your answers are secure and kept confidential. We do not ask your name and there is no way for us to identify your specific answers nor are we interested in your individual answers. Rather we are interested in the views of parents across the entire Summit community. We encourage you to talk with your children and their teachers about your ideas for using technology effectively for learning.

Thank you for being partners in your children’s education and an active member of our K2 Community!

In partnership,

Shilpa Duvoor