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Summer school options available middle, high school
Registration is now open for summer school. Students wishing to take a high school course must meet with their current counselor prior to registering. Incoming seventh-grade students must meet with their current math teacher prior to registering
High school summer school will be available for credit recovery or acceleration (P.E.) in June 2019. The P.E. course is open to incoming freshmen through seniors. The credit recovery courses are available for incoming sophomores through seniors.
The District will also offer two non-credit options for middle school students: a pre-algebra boost and a mathematics boost course for incoming middle school students who need assistance before next school year.
For more information on summer school, visit www.husd.org/summerschool
2019-20 Back to School Information
Classes begin July 22 for the next school year. Families can find back-to-school information, including event dates and school supply lists, on our new webpage. Additional details will be released over the summer. Be sure to download the Higley App for information and update your e-mail address with your campus.
Higley Unified School District Parent Presentations
Higley Unified School District will host several parent presentations surrounding the topic of mental health over the next few months. Three of the presentations will be held 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Higley Unified School District Office, 2935 S. Recker Road, Gilbert.
Dr. Cheryl Smith, PsyD, LPC will run these events and be available to speak with individuals for 30 minutes following each session. The Dec. 4 event will be run by Community Bridges at Williams Field High School.
April 3: Parent presentation: "Parents being held hostage: 'If you don't let me, I will...'"
May 1: Parent Presentation: "When kids are mad or sad, Not Bad."
Mental Health Community Awareness Events
Information about community events that address a number of mental health and mental wellness topics, including suicide prevention, coping with stress, depression and anxiety, is now available online.
Parents and guardians are encouraged to research information about each program to determine the best fit for their family audience. The page will be updated as other events become available.
Outside of reporting your child's absence to our attendance line, the responsibility of make-up work due to an absence remains the responsibility of the student. As we prepare our Spartan students for high school, our campus emphasizes the importance of staying on track and being proactive. Outlined in the student syllabus, missed work can be found by logging into EDMODO and reviewing documents. Parents are welcome to notify an instructor of an absence; however, due to the volume of individual requests regarding missed homework, parents will be encouraged to communicate with their child the classroom policy for missing work.
In an effort to be considerate of costs, students interested in purchasing a 2018-2019 yearbook are encouraged to visit the following site to place their order. Current cost for a yearbook is $40 with all outstanding fees, iPad, and textbooks required to be returned to the media center prior to distribution. The Sossaman Middle School code to purchase is 16449.
If you are interested in helping contribute to our yearbook? Please visit https://www.hjeshare.com/eShare/index.html with school code 16449 to upload athletic, academic, fine/performing arts, and club photos/memorabilia.
All HUSD families should sign up for a ParentVue account. This allows parents to view student grades and absences, as well as see – when they are posted – class schedules and teacher information. The district also uses ParentVue during class selection times at the middle schools and high schools.
Sign up requires an IN PERSON visit to the school office. If you already have a ParentVue account, and your child is moving from one HUSD school to another, no action is required. The updated information will appear when it is available.
If you have questions, please contact your school's office.
Follow us today on Social Media
The District maintains three social media accounts to celebrate school, student and staff accomplishments, as well as update the community on events. We invite you to join us!
Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HigleyUnifiedSchoolDistrict
Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/higley365
and Tweet us at: http://www.twitter.com/higleydistrict
Should an emergency situation arise that impacts the school day please visit the school's website where a parent notification will be displayed to provide you with the most up-to-date information.
Higley Unified School District is always on the lookout for positive news about its employees. Sharing these stories with district stakeholders helps us show the community what we've known all along: how deeply we care about HUSD children, their families, and each other.
You can help us spread the word by letting us know when you've witnessed or experienced exemplary customer service. We encourage you to take the time and acknowledge a teacher, administrator, or support staff member who continues to display notable actions. To nominate an employee, please visit: Customer Service Recognition
iPad User Agreement
Sossaman Middle School provides a highly engaging, student centered, interactive curriculum. We emphasize higher order thinking, encourage self-exploration through various means of growth mindset activities, and 21st Century technology. Families are encouraged to review the iPad User Agreement which outlines expectations for student's part of the Higley Unified School District. In addition, families are afforded the opportunity to enroll in the iPad Protection Plan. Note this purchase is not required, but highly recommended.
As student safety is our first and foremost priority, we ask that you keep the following in mind: Please ensure you have state issued identification readily available when checking out a student. Students will not be released to those not listed in our system or fail to provide proper identification. Additionally, in the event you have a student late to campus, we ask that parents or guardians take the time to come on campus to sign your son and/or daughter in. This ensures you are aware of your child's whereabouts and student safety.