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eNews 5-7-2020

posted May 11, 2020, 10:54 AM by Cynthia Friedman

2020-2021 Supply Fee - Many families are experiencing financial hardships at this time. In light of the current circumstances we will be collecting the $75 per student annual school supply fee next Fall. Please know that financial assistance will be available to assist with supply fees. 


Seesaw Family Access - Last week families received an invite from Seesaw to connect to their student’s journals. When you connect to your child’s journal, you will only be able to see their individual work, or group projects that your child is tagged in. 


If you have more than one student using Seesaw, please note that each child will have their own folder and are not connected to one another.


When you receive your email, please follow the prompts to log into your child’s journal. You will then be directed to sign in or create a new account. (Please note that you do not have to download the Seesaw Family App. The program is accessible using your browser). 


If you have several students with Seesaw accounts you can accept each email invite or upload your student’s QR code once you are on your family home page by locating the ‘+ Add a child’ button in the upper right hand corner.


If you run into any problems with gaining access to your child’s journals please contact either Leauriy or Jen at seesaw.support@ridgeline.org. We will be available via this email Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. and will respond within 24 hours.


COMMUNITY NEWS -

Health Education Opportunity Alert!- May 15th is the sign-up deadline for a couple of online health and sexuality education courses being offered by Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon. There is a course for 5th and 6th graders and a course for 7th and 8th graders. There is a $100 cost associated with these courses. Click here to check them out.

If your family wants to take an opportunity to approach health and sexuality education at your own pace with no cost, please look into the resources on amaze.org. Parents click here to get started. They have informational videos for middles and teens as well as for juniors (ages 4 to 9). This site and its content are supported by a board of experts in youth health and sexuality education. Explore the site to learn more!

 


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