Suicide Prevention Awareness Month September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. The CDC reports that suicide is the third leading cause of death in young people ages 15 to 24. Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone, and while common, they should not be considered normal.
The Suicide Prevention Awareness campaign encourages people to use their voices to bring awareness to mental health by sharing information to prevent suicidal behavior and death by suicide. Please click below for resources:
Patriot Day Sage Oak recognizesSunday, September 11thas Patriot Day. Patriot Day is observed as the National Day of Service and Remembrance and occurs on September 11th of each year in memory of the 2001 September 11th attacks.
National Hispanic Heritage Month Sage Oak is proud to celebrateSeptember 15th-October 15thas National Hispanic Heritage Month. This month honors the culture and contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans.
Virtual Learning Academy: Prospective Parent Webinar Our next webinar is scheduled forWednesday, September 7th at 4:00 pm. This webinar is designed for parents to learn more about our Virtual Learning Academy. Use this link to register and learn more. Please share with anyone you feel may be interested.
PLA Prospective Parent Webinar Our next webinar is scheduled forThursday, September 8th at 4:00 pm. This webinar is designed for parents to learn more about our Personalized Learning Academy. Use the link below to register and learn more. Please share with anyone you feel may be interested.
Field Trips & Events Mark your calendars for these important dates! OnWednesday, September 7th, the Field Trips & Events preview window will open on theSage Oak websitegiving Personalized Learning Academy (PLA) K-8 and High School students a chance to preview field trips that will be coming up in September and October.
OnMonday, September 12 at 12:00 pm, the cart will open and you will have three days to purchase tickets. Virtual Learning Academy (VLA) field trips will be listed separately under the VLA category.
Counseling Corner Get to knowyour Sage Oak counselors! Ms. Allie & Ms. Coral are here to serve and support your students’ social-emotional, academic planning and goal setting, and career/college needs. We look forward to collaborating with students, teachers, parents/caregivers, and administrators for student success.
We provide student lessons, small groups, and one-on-one short-term counseling opportunities. Do you or your student need additional support? Your Sage Oak counselors are here to help! Please bookmark and utilize ourcounselor request form.
Additionally, we’d love for your student to join one of our counseling classes or small group sessions.
Executive Functioning Class: Let’s talk about planning, staying organized, and how we can help students manage their time, set goals, and reflect on their learning.
Social Emotional Learning Class: How do we become our best selves? Students will gain self-awareness and the ability to clearly communicate their feelings, wants, and needs.
Social Skills Small Group: Learn how to build friendships, get along with others, listen attentively, work collaboratively, and recognize non-verbal cues.
Stress/Anxiety Small Group: We will help students process their worries, find healthy coping skills, and give them a sense of accomplishment about getting through them.
We will share student quick tips, live and recorded parent workshops (including high school specific!), and self-paced lesson content for each learning period. Are we missing something? Please complete the form below, so we can find out how we best support you. We are excited to serve and support Sage Oak students and families!
Sage Stage Sage Stage, our virtual guest speakers series, is back! Join usevery Friday 9:00 am-9:45 amfor fun educational and entertaining live presentations from musicians, authors, animal experts, scientists, artists, musicians, and more!
The curtain opens thisFriday, September 9th at 9:00 amwith a live art lesson with Mrs. Webster. All you need is blank paper, a sharpie, and crayons or markers. Use the link below to join us. Link:https://bit.ly/joinsagestage Passcode sagestage
CAASPP/CAST Scores The 2022 CAASPP/CAST scores are in! You can easily access your student’s scores through your parent portal. As always, your teacher is the best resource for any questions you may have about score reports.
To access student scores, ENTER the portal- From your home screen:
Select the “Reports” tab
Select “Test Results”
Click “Most Recent CAASPP/ CAST Score Report PDF”
If you need help with accessing the parent portal, please contact email@example.com. To learn more about your child’s scores, click below.
VCMA Villatoro Champion Martial Arts (San Bernardino) Guitar Lessons by Chris (Riverside) EduDance Classrooms in Motion Playground Players Productions (San Diego) Mathnasium of North Fontana (San Bernardino) Athania Baker Tutoring (Los Angeles) Frazier Martial Arts (Orange) Mastery Tutoring with Monique (Orange) Sassy Cassy Sews (Riverside) Giordano's ATA Martial Arts (Riverside) Monrovia Music Academy (Los Angeles) JDS Creative Academy (Riverside) Esther Turtzer Tutoring (Los Angeles) Kids' Club Spanish School (Online) Diana's Dance Company (Riverside) Crestline Music Cottage (San Bernardino) Soccer Saints (Riverside) Online G3 (Online) Christy O'Herin (Los Angeles)