Supe’s Corner 11/16/20

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As we quickly near the end of fall semester, I wanted to take this opportunity to encourage everyone to do their best to push through these remaining days of school. Beginning Monday November 16, we have a total of only FOURTEEN full regular days of school plus four 12:15 dismissal days. That’s exciting for everyone anxious to get a three-week vacation, but it also means you need to finish strong and do everything in your power to pass all of your classes. If you fail one of more classes, you will not be able to participate in any of the fun intersession classes being offered for five weeks beginning January 4, 2021. Instead, you will spend those five weeks in credit recovery making up any class or classes you fail.  It would be so much more enjoyable for you to take advantage of one of our Los Angeles Mission College Dual Enrollment courses, including:

Course Name Course Abbrev Class start time  Class end time Class #
Introduction to Kinesiology KIN MAJ 100 8:00 AM 10:30 AM 12545
Principles of Finance FINANCE 001 8:00 AM 10:25 AM 12546
Microcomputers Software Survey in the Office CAOT 082 8:00 AM 9:35 AM 12564
Microcomputers Software Survey in the Office CAOT 082 LAB 9:40 AM 12:10 PM 12565
Microcomputers Software Survey in the Office CAOT 082 12:30 PM 2:05 PM 12549
Microcomputers Software Survey in the Office CAOT 082 LAB 2:10 AM 4:40 PM 12550
Microsoft Office Applications: Spreadsheet (Excel) CAOT 085 12:30 PM 1:15 PM 12551
Microsoft Office Applications: Spreadsheet (Excel) CAOT 085 LAB 1:20 PM 4:45 PM 12552
Drawing ART 201 8:00 AM 9:30 AM 12553
Drawing LAB ART 201 9:35 AM 11:10 AM 12554
Human Language and Communication ANTHRO 104 8:00 AM 10:30 AM 12555
Intermediate Reading ENGLISH 028 12:30 PM 2:55 PM 12577
College Readiness and Composition I ENGLISH 101 8:00 AM 10:25 AM 12558
English Bridge ENGLISH 72  10:40 AM 1:10 PM 12559

 

We will also be offering NVMI electives for interested students who passed all of their classes. Those include photography, drawing, computers, drama, dance, music, filmmaking, cooking, cheerleading, athletic conditioning, weightlifting, aerobics, yoga, hiking, robotics, rocketry, orienteering, and geocaching. But you can’t enjoy those classes if you have not successfully passed ALL of the classes you are now taking (and passed any previous courses you failed and had to complete in credit recovery).

We have wonderful tutors available before school, after school and on Saturdays. Please take advantage of them to help you with missing assignments, studying for tests, and preparing for final exams. Here are the google classroom codes: 

BEFORE SCHOOL HOMEWORK HELP= ye2q3r6    

AFTER SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL TUTORING = 533fp27

AFTER SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL TUTORING = twqwunv

Email your teachers if you have questions about missing work. We are allowing any work from the entire semester to be turned in for full credit, because we know how challenging distance learning synchronously all day every day has been. But that means you need to get your work done so you can pass all of your classes and participate in the five weeks of fun beginning in January. 

Best wishes to you all!

Dr. Ryan