Parents and students please read the letter found at the following link for information on the the upcoming graduation ceremony. The letter contains information on the limits that will be in place to ensure that we can have an in person graduation ceremony on campus. The information is accurate as on April 20th.
Ceremonia de graduación
Padres y estudiantes, por favor, lean la carta que se encuentra en el siguiente enlace para obtener información sobre la ceremonia de graduación. La carta contiene información sobre los límites que se aplicarán para garantizar que podamos tener una ceremonia de graduación en persona en el campus. La información es exacta al 20 de abril.
Caps and Gowns
Class of 2021, if you have not ordered your caps and gowns please do so soon. Based on current information, the class of 2021 will have an in-person graduation ceremony here at Esparto High School. EHS is still waiting on guidance regarding crowd size, but based on the current guidance we do plan on having a ceremony on the field with our students walking across the stage. To order cap and gowns please visit the Premier Grad Products website. If you have questions for Premier Grad Products please contact them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will continue to share more information as we make decisions. The graduation ceremony is scheduled for May 28, 2021.
Schedule beginning March 25th
Our hybrid schedule begins March 25th. Those students who are on distance learning will need to report to their Zoom classes beginning at 12:45. Those students who are returning to in-person learning will report to campus at 8:00 (if they have a 3rd period class).
Students will be able to pick-up lunch at Marsh Hall when they leave from campus. Distance learners can pick-up lunch between 12:00-12:30. The lunches will have breakfast for the next day.
Esparto High School Expectations for the Virtual Classroom
We know many of you are excited about the upcoming start of the 2020-2021 school year. In order to ensure a productive virtual classroom experience, we are asking all Spartans to adhere to the following virtual classroom expectations.
Choose a quiet space, free from distractions, to set yourself up for class (Do your best).
Turn off cell phones, TVs, etc. Exit other applications on your computer prior to entering the classroom (unless asked to have it open by your instructor).
Check into class early.
Dress appropriately. Remember this is still a classroom setting. You should not wear pajamas, swimwear, clothes that expose undergarments, spaghetti straps, or clothes glorifying violence or illicit substances.
When you enter the virtual classroom, make sure to enable both audio and video. Your video must be on during the lesson in order to be marked present for attendance purposes.
Mute your microphone during the lesson to avoid disturbing the class with any background noise.
Use the chat responsibly. It is meant to facilitate conversation around the lesson topic, not for sideline discussions.
Distance learning requires a lot of personal responsibility, and adherence to these expectations is how you can demonstrate your commitment to your education. Go Spartans!!!