Columbina high school is offering a calendar of the schools’ academic schedules in 2018-19, starting with grades 8 through 12.
The school’s first schedule for grades 7 through 12 will be available online starting Friday, Aug. 1, and will include all the schools academic calendar for the 2019-20 academic year.
The calendars will be made available for free download on the school’s website, www.columbinahistory.com.
The schedule will include grades 7-12 and grades 7 and 8, along with a few additional courses that are in development for grades 9 through 12 and the 2019 midterm exams.
The calendar also includes the district’s general calendar for 2019-2020, which is not available yet.
In the fall of 2019, the school also plans to release a schedule for grade 9 through 11, but no timetable for those grades has been announced.
The district also is working on its schedule for 2018-2019, and is planning to announce those schedules for the 2020-21 academic year in late spring or early summer 2019.
In the fall, the district also plans on releasing a calendar for grades 8-12.
The Columbi High School calendar will feature an interactive map that shows students’ academic, extracurricular, extenuating circumstances, and their families.
The interactive map will allow students to see how their parents and friends compare to them in various areas, and what their families and schools have in common.
In addition to the interactive map, the calendar will include student reports from both the regular and special education staff.
Columbini High School’s special education coordinator, Lenny Jones, said in a press release that the district is not doing the same thing that other districts have done for the academic calendar: “The staff and I have spent a lot of time, time, and money on the calendars, and we want to make sure that students are aware of their role and accomplishments in their school community.”
The Columbrine High Schools schedule is a continuation of the school district’s efforts to provide the highest quality education for all students.
“We know that in order to succeed in high school and the college and career, we need to ensure that students have the best resources to succeed, and that’s why we’re taking these calendars seriously,” Jones said in the press release.
The district’s special needs coordinators are working on the Calumet County High School schedule and will be releasing their schedules later this year.