Friday, March 22, 2013

HJUHSD launches online reporting option for safety concerns and bullying incidents

As a District, we recognize that creating a safe learning environment is a critical part of helping each child achieve academic success. With this knowledge, we introduce Sprigeo, a new online system that students can use to report bullying incidents and school safety threats. Sprigeo will give your child another medium for communicating with our school administration when bullying or school safety incidents occur.

The number one reason why children do not report bullying or abuse is the fear of retaliation from their peers. The Sprigeo reporting form can be accessed from the privacy of a home computer or other internet equipped device, eliminating the possibility of being identified by another student. Although reports can be sent anonymously, over 90% of students include their name when using the Sprigeo system.


Submitting a report is as easy as 1-2-3.
1. Click on the link.
2. Complete the “SEND A REPORT” form.
3. Submit with the “GO” button.


Students can access the reporting form directly through a link on their school’s website, the District’s website, or they may go to Sprigeo.com. All information sent through the Sprigeo system goes directly to school administrators via a secure online connection. The details are immediately sent to our school administrators in a secure e-mail.

We encourage all students to use this new resource to report bullying and help us maintain a safer learning environment.

Learn more About Sprigeo: Frequently Asked Questions

Visit the HJUHSD Sprigeo Online Reporting Pages:


HJUHSD HOME


Como un Distrito, rreconocemos que la creación de un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro es una parte fundamental de ayudar a cada niño alcanzar el éxito académico. Con esta sabe dura, introducimos Sprigeo, un nuevo sistema en línea que los estudiantes pueden utilizar para reportar incidentes de intimidación y amenazas de seguridad escolar. Sprigeo le dará a su hijo de otro medio para comunicarse con nuestra administración escolar cuando ocurren incidentes de intimidación o de seguridad escolar.

La razón número uno por qué los niños no denuncian el acoso o el abuso es el miedo a las represalias de sus compañeros. La forma de reportar con Sprigeo se puede acceder por una computadora personal en el hogar o dispositivo de Internet equipado, eliminando la posibilidad de ser identificado por otros estudiantes. Aunque los reportes pueden ser enviados de forma anónima, más de 90% de los estudiantes incluyen su nombre cuando utilizan el sistema de Sprigeo.


Someter un reporte es tan fácil como el 1-2-3.
1. Haga clic en el enlace.
2. Complete la forma “ENVIAR UN INFORME”.
3. Somete con el botón “GO”.

Estudiantes pueden acceder al formulario de informes directamente a través de un enlace ubicado en la página del Internet de su escuela, la página del Internet del Distrito, o pueden ir a Sprigeo.com. Toda la información enviada a través del sistema Sprigeo va directamente a los administradores de la escuela a través de una conexión en línea segura. Los detalles se envían inmediatamente a la administración escolar por un correo electrónico.

Los animamos a todos los estudiantes que utilicen este recurso Nuevo para reportar intimidación o amenazas de seguridad escolar y ayúdenos en mantener un ambiente seguro de aprendizaje.

HJUHSD HOME

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Logo Drawing Contest

Kings County Behavioral Health (KCBH) is holding a Logo Drawing Contest open to all High School Students in Kings County.

KCBH has launched an education and leadership campaign called “Promise”. The promise conveyed is an agreement between merchants, parents, and students to not participate in or enable underage drinking. The logo should symbolize this commitment by all parties involved.

Winners will receive:

  • 1st place – Winning Logo adopted for the Campaign & a Apple I Pad
  • 2nd place- Dre Beats Headphones
  • 3rd place- IPod Touch 
  • Top 12 Logos- Showcased in a 2014 Promise Campaign Calendar

The following points need to be communicated in your design:

  1. A “Promise” or Commitment 
  2. Merchants, Parents and Students 
  3. Underage Drinking is harmful

The contest will run March 15 through 5 p.m. April 15.

To enter, send or hand-deliver a color hardcopy with the entry form to:
Promise Campaign Logo Contest
450 Kings County Dr., Suite 104
Hanford, CA 93230 

OR in an electronic form to:
in one of the following formats only: jpeg, gif, tiff, png, or pdf.



Tuesday, March 19, 2013

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE 2013 SENIOR ETHICS WORKSHOP


Hanford seniors still need more than 50 community volunteers to serve as discussion leaders for the annual HJUHSD Senior Ethics Workshop April 16, 18 and 19.


The Senior Ethics Workshops are designed to help our young adults think about their decisions and actions and to help them make good choices in their lives.

Ethics Table Leaders help guide small groups of students through a series of structured activities and conversations.

The program is designed to prompt students to think about what is important to them,  how and why they make decisions, and the consequences of those decisions. The heart of the program is the interaction between community volunteers and the students at their tables as they discuss real-world scenarios and dilemmas designed to challenge their thinking.

The workshops will be 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. April 16, 18 and 19 at Koinonia Hall in Hanford.

New Table Leaders are encouraged (and returning volunteers are always welcome) to attend an orientation session April 10 at the HJUHSD District Office (823 W. Lacey Blvd., Hanford), but it is not mandatory.

To register as a Table Leader for 1, 2, or all 3 of the workshops, please complete the Table Leader Registration Form.  If you have any questions, please email: webmaster@hjuhsd.k12.ca.us



Monday, March 4, 2013

State exit exam is March 12 and 13

HJUHSD students will take the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) March 12 and 13.

The CAHSEE is a state-mandated graduation requirement for all students. All sophomores, juniors and seniors who have not already passed it will take the test. It is very important that all students are present and prepared to give their best efforts.

As always, we encourage students to be at school on time, well-rested, and with a good breakfast and ask that you schedule any appointments outside of the school day.

If you have any questions about the CAHSEE test or schedule, please contact your school testing secretary.

Friday, March 1, 2013