Please see below for messages from our staff to you!
Hello, Families and Learners!
Here are some updates for this week:
Ms. Marian: Guide:
Happy Monday! Next week is spring break! Wooohooo! Before we go on break, check in with me to make sure you are caught up on your assignments. If you feel like catching up is too hard, I can help you create a plan. I have helped other learners feel like they can complete their assignments, and they have caught up.
I am working with many learners who either learn from home full-time or are learning from home some days.I am here to help you. My Zoom meeting ID is 882 9053 3901 and the pass code is MsTC. Come get help, and get work submitted with me. There’s no need to be lost or confused. I am here every day to work with you. Remember that completed school work equals attendance. Just being at school does not equal attendance. Showing up equals understanding and knowledge.
This is the time of the school year when we would like to introduce SCOIR to our 11th graders. SCOIR is a solution for learners, families, counselors, and colleges focused on finding the right fit through a unified college search and planning network. SCOIR is committed to transforming the college-going landscape to favor every learner by delivering intentional, collaborative solutions to expand college access and improve learner outcomes. Here at Empower Generations, we assign each learner their own SCOIR account so they can take control of their college search process and prepare to navigate their futures. Please encourage your 11th grader to take the Find Your College Match quiz, and we’ll help you find the colleges that are the right fit for you.
Note: When you receive an email from SCOIR, please open the email and follow the directions. This will be your initial invitation to join SCOIR.
Please note that Thursday, September 28, is a minimum day. This provides the necessary time for all our learners and families to participate in Individualized Learning Plans (ILPs).
Empower Generations embraces the whole learner, focusing on both social-emotional and academic skills. After our beginning-of-the-year assessments and in lieu of the traditional parent-teacher conference, the learners, facilitators, and parents/guardians Read more…