New Students to Yucaipa - Calimesa
about 1 year ago
Yucaipa High School
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
2017/2018 School Year
New Student Packets will be available for pick up beginning on Monday, May 1, 2017.
When packet is picked up, an appointment for paperwork screening with the Registrar will be made. (Appointments will be approximately May 15 through May 31.) These appointments are based on a first come, first served basis.) This appointment is for parents only, student need not attend.
New Student Orientation with the Counselors will be on Monday, June 12 at 1:30 p.m. in the Library. (Students may not attend orientation if paperwork screening has not been completed with the Registrar.)
If student and parent are not residing in Yucaipa until after June 12th orientation, there will be another registration in August. These packets will be available starting June 19th.
If family is buying a house, close of escrow must occur before the student may register, unless parents are renting in Yucaipa prior to close of escrow.
"More Things You Need to Know
over 3 years ago
Students wishing to request independent study must come in to the Attendance office for a packet and notify teachers two weeks prior to the start of the independent study. Any questions, please see the Attendance office.
Saturday School is held in the Library from 8:00am to 12:00pm. Bring your homework, books, etc.
Attention all students: School policy requires you to carry your school ID CARD every day! If you have lost your card come to the Activities office, at lunch, with $5 to get a new one made.
PE Academy: Will be held selected Saturdays from 8am to noon. The Academy is the best way to have some fun on a Saturday morning with your friends. Play volleyball, tennis, basketball, etc., and get PE credit!!!! Or, just come, join the fun and put PE points in the bank to improve your PE grade. Remember to wear your PE clothes! Anyone who must attend Saturday school may choose to come to the PE Academy instead and get PE credit. You must see Coach Harrison ASAP for a permission slip.
Attention all students: Important reminder from the attendance office. Any student who is late to school must have a note or a phone call from a parent or guardian or they will be sent to lock-out for the remainder of the period. Each student is allowed 3 tardies per semester.
Attention all students: Need help with tough classes? Peer Tutoring is every afternoon except Friday, from 3:00 to 3:45 in the Library. It’s always free and no appointment is ever needed!
Final Exams: The following dates are the semester final exams
- Fall semester -
- Spring semester -
- Spring semester (senior class) -
Minimum days: The following dates are minimum days and follow the "Minimum Day" bell schedule:
- ?/? - Back To School Night
- ??/??-??/?? - Final exams
- ?/? - Prep day for finals
- ?/??-?/?? - Final exams
- 2013 - 8/19, 8/26, 9/9, 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/18, 12/2, 12/9
- 2014 - 1/13, 1/27, 2/3, 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/31, 4/7, 4/14, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19
Parents & students be sure to create a parent and student log-in for our School Fusion site. You must have your student’s 10-digit permanent identification number to create the School Fusion account. School Fusion is a very valuable resource for both parents & students. Students can get assistance with their School Fusion account from Mr. Slider in room M-205. Parents will need to visit principal's secretary in the front office for help with School Fusion.
about 1 year ago
|Mr. Shad Kirkland
Lora Grisafe, Sr. Secretary
|Mrs. Heather Seaton
Debbie Palluth, Secretary
|Ms. Julie Beck
Nanette Vazquez, Secretary
|Ms. Tonna Stifle
Jessica Smith, Secretary
Athletic Director x1123
Activities Director x1125
Registrar x1119 or x1122
Main Office x1101
Attendance x1117 or x1118
School Site Council
over 3 years ago
School Site Council (SSC)
The School Site Council is a group that is represented by parents, teachers, students, classified employees, counselors, and an administrator whose purpose is to oversee and advise the School Site Plan in order to improve instruction and services for students. The School Site Council assists with developing, reviewing, and evaluating the school’s categorical programs and budgets. The members of the School Site Council are elected by their peers on a yearly basis.
12th Grade - Gina Fuller
11th Grade - Joshua Zedalis
10th Grade (Chairperson) - Grace Fogel
9th Grade - Kolton Schmidt
The School Site Council members will meet during the 2015/16 school year on the third Thursday of the month in MPR Staff Lounge at 3:00pm.