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News for the Week of December 15...

Dear Upper School Parents,

As you know this year we instituted a new schedule in the upper school to strike the balance between academic rigor and student well being. Our Steering Committee developed our ten guiding principles which include: establishing passing time between classes for students and faculty, creating time for faculty collaboration, eliminating pulling students from one class for the sake of another, minimizing or eliminating early sports dismissal, including appropriate daily time for programs (e.g. assemblies and Town Hall meetings), and creating a later start for students at least one day a week while maintaining the spirit of the current middle school schedule. This past week we have begun to survey students and faculty about their experience with the new schedule. We want to know what is working and what needs to be rethought or tweaked as we leverage the strengths of the new schedule. Now is your turn to provide feedback on the schedule. Thank you in advance for completing the attached survey, and we look forward to sharing out the results in the near future.

In the meantime, I wish you and your family a holiday season filled with great kindness and meaning. 

Warm regards,

Paul 

KEY DATES

Dec. 18 10:45-11:35AM Holiday Music Concert FH

               6:00-8:00PM 12th Grade Holiday Dinner Cafe’

Dec. 19 7:00-7:45AM ASB Holiday Breakfast Cafe’

Dec. 22-Jan.2 Winter Break

Jan. 15 5:00-7:00PM Rose Art Gallery opening

Jan. 19  MLK Day-No Classes

New Show in Rose Art Gallery

The show dates are December 6 - January 23.  The artists (Remy Weinger and Kate Biel) will be on campus to greet folks and celebrate during an artist reception Thursday January 15, from 5-7 PM at the Rose Art Gallery.

You can always check on the Parker Art's Department blog for current events as well.

THE SENIOR MEMORY DVD

We are putting together the PARKER SENIOR MEMORY DVD and need photos of your students that are seniors.  These photos should be of their experiences at Parker.  Whether your son or daughter is a "Lifer" or  joined the Parker Family during their Lower, Middle or Upper School years, please submit about 20 photos in digital format. Additionally, if you have group shots, we would love to have those photos, too.  We will include in the DVD as many photos as possible. Please submit photos in the highest possible resolution.  Should you have any questions, please e mail me at "pa-memoryproject@francisparker.org"

From Nurse Maggie

Notes from Nurse Maggie: Flu Season is beginning. According to Dr. Tom Frieden, the Director of the Center for Disease Control, there is a predominant flu strain circulating that is not included in this year’s flu vaccine. Every flu season is different with different flu viruses spreading and causing illness. This strain, the H3N2, was detected in September, after this year’s vaccine was already being dispersed. Flu always has a potential to be serious, but H3N2 viruses tend to be associated with more severe seasons. The rate of hospitalization with serious illness can be twice as high in flu seasons with the H3 strain. People with certain health conditions such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, lung disease and pregnancy are also at higher risk. Dr. Frieden recommends the following:

1. Get a flu shot. This still offers the best chance of preventing flu. The flu vaccine is designed to protect from three or four, depending what vaccine you get, different influenza viruses. Any of these could circulate at any time in the season, and if we have a severe season, getting a vaccine that provides partial protection may be more important than ever.

2. If you develop flu symptoms (fever of 100 degrees or higher, feeling feverish as sometimes there is no fever with flu, cough, sore throat, runny nose, headache, body aches, chills, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea) promptly seek medical attention. There are antiviral drugs that work to reduce the severity of influenza and they work best when they are begun within 48 hours of onset of flu symptoms.

3. Take everyday preventative actions to avoid contracting the flu. These include:

  • Washing your hands, especially when out in public places with hot water and soap.
  • Avoiding contact with people who have respiratory illnesses. Airborne droplets from sneezes and coughs are what spread the influenza virus from person to person.
  • Minimizing the spread of germs by avoiding touching your hands to your face or your eyes.
  • Covering your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and throwing the tissues in the trash after using it and washing your hands. Or, better yet, coughing and sneezing into the crux of your elbow.

Questions? Please email mwest@francisparker.org or call 619-717-0235. 

REMINDER: FROM TOM CROWLEY, DIRECTOR GLOBAL STUDIES

To try and accommodate all those students who are unable to participate on our Global Studies and Interim programs in February because of other commitments, Francis Parker has arranged for a June Global Studies program in South Africa. The June program will follow the standard format of our February trip to South Africa. Students will be departing from Parker on Saturday, June 13 and returning on Saturday, June 27, 2015. They will be staying at the Sunwa Lodge in Parys. The same location where our students have stayed for the past 4 years. JimTomey and I have worked with our South Africa coordinator, Kenneth Venter, to put together an itinerary that includes sport activities that will likely appeal to several members of our group. These will be in addition to the exchange activities we have with students from the Weiveld School and Northwest University. Students will also participate in the cheetah interaction at the Dell Centre and will visit the Nelson Mandela museum in Johannesburg.  Mr. Crowley and his South African counterparts are still working out some of the details of the program, but the emphasis will be on including basketball activities, soccer activities and more applied science in our work with the cheetahs and rhinos and our study of the Vrederfort Dome. 
Interested students should apply online through the Parker website beginning on Monday, November 17. Applications will close on Monday, January 5, 2015. The estimated all inclusive cost of the trip is $4200 per student, depending on airfare and the number of students that sign up. For questions or concerns, feel free to contact Mr. Crowley. 

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News for the Week of December 8...

Dear Upper School Parents,

I hope that you have had a great week and know that many of you have been proudly celebrating our students' many public successes. There have been academic successes as evidenced by the debate team and certainly athletic success. Our boys and girls cross country team had a remarkable season (please see below for more details), and our girls volleyball team did it again. They won States on Saturday: can you say three-peat?! We take equal joy in celebrating the seemingly smaller individual successes. With grades and comments being posted later this week, there is a great opportunity to discuss with your child what they are proud of and how they can build upon their many strengths. Identifying areas for growth and taking pride in classroom successes are healthy skills for your child to develop. All of our students have much of which to be proud. 

Warm regards,

Paul 

KEY DATES

Dec. 10  8:00 am The Gala Committee Meeting has been moved to the Parker Cafe Board Room on Linda Vista campus (see below for details) 

Dec. 12 8:30-10:00AM 11th Gr. Coll. Coun. Coffee LFC

Dec. 13 6:00-9:00PM Winter Formal Dance (off site)

Dec. 18 10:45-11:35AM Holiday Music Concert FH

               6:00-8:00PM 12th Grade Holiday Dinner Cafe’

Dec. 19 7:00-7:45AM ASB Holiday Breakfast Cafe’

Dec. 22-Jan.2 Winter Break

Jan. 19  MLK Day-No Classes

A SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS TO CROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS:

Over the Thanksgiving holiday break, our varsity girls WON the CIF title, boys took second and BOTH teams advanced to State!  Sophomore, Brooke Trossen, won the girls D5 race, by a large margin and garnished media attention.

At the State meet on Satruday, the girls:  Brooke Trossen, Allie Oswald, Emma Moore, Frannie Lang, Avi Waldman, Sophia Gamboa and Charlotte Schmidt took 4th out of almost 30 teams - this is a huge accomplishment, as they missed third place and being on the podium by only thee points.  The best in Parker history for cross country!

Brooke Trossen took 10th overall in our division at State, and stood on the podium to receive a medal with the best runners in all of California.

THE SENIOR MEMORY DVD

We are putting together the PARKER SENIOR MEMORY DVD and need photos of your students that are seniors.  These photos should be of their experiences at Parker.  Whether your son or daughter is a "Lifer" or  joined the Parker Family during their Lower, Middle or Upper School years, please submit about 20 photos in digital format. Additionally, if you have group shots, we would love to have those photos, too.  We will include in the DVD as many photos as possible. Please submit photos in the highest possible resolution.  Should you have any questions, please e mail me at "pa-memoryproject@francisparker.org"

FROM GALA COMMITTEE CHAIRS: 

Gala Committee Meeting: Calling ALL PARENTS! Join us at our next Gala Committee Meeting on Wednesday, December 10 @ 8am in the Parker Cafe Board Room on the Linda Vista campus. 

Come join the fun Gala team of volunteers!  We will be assigning Chairs, tasks, etc.  We’d so appreciate the help!  New to the school?  Come learn about the Gala, timing, and volunteer opportunities - a great way to meet Parker parents. The Gala this year is April 25 at the San Diego Air and Space Museum, in beautiful and historical Balboa Park.  The countdown begins!  Questions?  Contact Gala Chairs Gayle Nuffer and Randie Lettington at pa-galachair@francisparker.org.

Reminder: FROM TOM CROWLEY, DIRECTOR GLOBAL STUDIES

To try and accommodate all those students who are unable to participate on our Global Studies and Interim programs in February because of other commitments, Francis Parker has arranged for a June Global Studies program in South Africa. The June program will follow the standard format of our February trip to South Africa. Students will be departing from Parker on Saturday, June 13 and returning on Saturday, June 27, 2015. They will be staying at the Sunwa Lodge in Parys. The same location where our students have stayed for the past 4 years. JimTomey and I have worked with our South Africa coordinator, Kenneth Venter, to put together an itinerary that includes sport activities that will likely appeal to several members of our group. These will be in addition to the exchange activities we have with students from the Weiveld School and Northwest University. Students will also participate in the cheetah interaction at the Dell Centre and will visit the Nelson Mandela museum in Johannesburg.  Mr. Crowley and his South African counterparts are still working out some of the details of the program, but the emphasis will be on including basketball activities, soccer activities and more applied science in our work with the cheetahs and rhinos and our study of the Vrederfort Dome. 
Interested students should apply online through the Parker website beginning on Monday, November 17. Applications will close on Monday, January 5, 2015. The estimated all inclusive cost of the trip is $4200 per student, depending on airfare and the number of students that sign up. . For questions or concerns, feel free to contact Mr. Crowley. 
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News for the Week of December 1...

Dear Upper School Parents,

I trust that you had a wonderful and meaningful time with your family during Thanksgiving.  Too often we do not  reflect on gratitude and how fortunate we are. I hope that you were able to make the time to do so. As you can see from the below notes, we at Parker have many things for which to be thankful.

In a House Meeting before we left for Thanksgiving break, we ran our students through a design thinking exercise so that they could experience firsthand the skills that this way of approaching a problem or challenge develops. As noted previously, we want our students to feel comfortable using another set of tools to be confident and creative problem solvers. As inspired by Stanford's d. school, we are teaching our students some of the key components of this system of problem solving: notice, focus, brainstorm, design, create and test. As a school, we will continue to look for opportunities and experiences to ensure that our students are confident and successful in addressing life's challenges and opportunities. 

Best,

Paul 

KEY DATES

Nov. 24-28 Thanksgiving Break

Dec. 2 6:30-8:00PM College Night for Juniors JCH

College Night for Juniors is December 2nd from 6:30-8:30 PM. It will take place in several locations on campus - Crivello Hall, Nicholas Commons, and MS Commons. This is a mandatory event for juniors and at least one parent/guardian. 

Dec. 3 6:00-9:00PM Sports Banquet FH

Dec. 10  8:00 am The Gala Committee Meeting has been moved to the Parker Cafe Board Room on Linda Vista campus (see below for details) 

Dec. 12 8:30-10:00AM 11th Gr. Coll. Coun. Coffee LFC

Dec. 13 6:00-9:00PM Winter Formal Dance (off site)

Dec. 18 10:45-11:35AM Holiday Music Concert FH

6:00-8:00PM 12th Grade Holiday Dinner Cafe’

Dec. 19 7:00-7:45AM ASB Holiday Breakfast Cafe’

Dec. 22-Jan.2 Winter Break

Jan. 19  MLK Day-No Classes

Revised Tardy Policy:

We have revised our tardy policy to better meet the needs of the students, families and the School. We recognize the need to hold students accountable to arrive at school in a punctual manner, while acknowledging that commuting and certain personal issues may on occasion affect their ability to do so. The revised policy was created by input from individual students, ASB, faculty, and administrators. Please take a look at the attached document, as it will be a change to the policy/consequences outlined in our current handbook effective Dec. 1, 2014, the first day of the second trimester. Please don't hesitate to see your dean or Mr. Thiebach for any additional clarification.

TARDY POLICY

  1. Each student would be allowed 6 unexcused late arrivals to school per trimester without School-imposed consequences.

  2. 7-9 unexcused late arrivals in a trimester result in 30 minute detentions to be served during the next day’s unscheduled period and a meeting with your Class Dean to develop a plan to avoid accumulating additional tardies.

  3. 10+ late arrivals result in 3 hour Saturday detentions. Students exceeding 13 may face suspension.

  4. Medical appointments that make a student late to school will be excused if the student brings a slip from the medical office.

  5. Late arrival due to illness (with parent call/note) will be excused and not count toward any consequences unless they become excessive. Students are still required to turn in any work/make up any test that they missed earlier in the day should they arrive late for this reason (unless prior arrangements were made with the teacher).

  6. Parents must notify the attendance secretary by 8:30 AM on the day of the late arrival (9:30 AM on Wednesdays) if they wish to ask for an excused tardy. This should only be done if a unique situation warrants it (accident, flat tire, family crisis). Tardies will not be changed from unexcused to excused after that time and certainly not at a later date. Usual traffic congestion, length of commute, or slow traffic drop-off should not be counted as unique situations and families are still asked to plan accordingly.  

  7. Student late arrivals and other discipline issues can be tracked through the student’s individual discipline status reports in Google Drive. Students and parent(s) will be notified via email by the attendance secretary once they reach the 6th unexcused late arrival and each subsequent one thereafter, to include assigned consequences.

  8. Students should be aware that being tardy to any class throughout the day may have an impact on their citizenship grade for that particular class or if on a regular basis, may result in additional consequences.

Congratulations to Terri Devine, Dean of College Counseling:

Recently, Terri Devine, Dean of College Counseling, was selected to participate in a convening of recognized educational leaders committed to supporting and increasing college access.  San Diego State University’s (SDSU) Center for Excellence in School Counseling and Leadership (CESCaL) hosted the event in partnership with the White House’s College Opportunity Agenda and the First Lady’s Reach Higher Initiative. The group of invited experts focused on strategies to strengthen the school counseling profession through enhanced preparation in college and career readiness. As a Past-President of the Western Association for College Admission Counseling, Terri was invited to the convening to share her expertise on college counseling issues, and to help in the development of national college counseling programs and strategies.

Congratulations to the Parker Debate Team!

From Hadley Debello, Class of 2016:

Recently  we competed in the second of a series of three regional debates for our league, which includes all of San Diego County and Imperial Valley. Over 200 students competed in our category, parliamentary debate, in which teams of two argue extemporaneously on a variety of current event issues(ex. This house would limit travel from nations suffering from the Ebola epidemic), public policies (ex.The American 2 party system threatens democracy), and values (ex.This house values peace over justice).  Our team won both the overall parliamentary debate as well as the tournament wide small entry division.  

From Irina Dorfman, Faculty Advisor to French Honors Society:

It's become an annual tradition for the French Honor Society to organize a school-wide crepes sale to raise money for Doctors without Borders. This year, in the spirit of giving, we decided to do it on November 19th, ahead of Thanksgiving. In the evening on the 18th, juniors gathered at Emily Purdon's home and seniors at Olivia Gosh's house to make crepes and have fun, creating long lasting memories along the way. Sophomores helped with decorations and food supplies. It was a huge success!

I would like to express my gratitude and admiration to all my French Honors Society students for making and selling these crepes. You are the BEST! You and the whole school (students, teachers, parents, administration, staff) raised $500 for Doctors Without Borders! Merci!

Many thanks to senior parents and the Senior Memory Dvd:

Thank you to all the parents of Seniors who generously donated items and/or volunteered their time to help make our last Faculty Appreciation Breakfast a huge success.  The faculty and staff were treated to quite a feast and they just loved it.    It was a wonderful way to show our appreciation for all that they do for our Seniors.  We could not have done it without you!! 

Maureen McFarlane and Celia Zimmerman
 
AND THANK YOU, MAUREEN & CELIA FOR KEEPING US INFORMED & UNITED IN SERVING OUR FACULTY, STAFF & SENIORS. The Parents

PARENTS OF SENIORS:  We are putting together the PARKER SENIOR MEMORY DVD and need photos of your students that are seniors.  These photos should be of their experiences at Parker.  Whether your son or daughter is a "Lifer" or  joined the Parker Family during their Lower, Middle or Upper School years, please submit about 20 photos in digital format. Additionally, if you have group shots, we would love to have those photos, too.  We will include in the DVD as many photos as possible. Please submit photos in the highest possible resolution.  Should you have any questions, please e mail me at "pa-memoryproject@francisparker.org"

From Gala Committee Chairs: 

Gala Committee Meeting: Calling ALL PARENTS! Join us at our next Gala Committee Meeting on Wednesday, December 10 @ 8am in the Parker Cafe Board Room on the Linda Vista campus. 

Come join the fun Gala team of volunteers!  We will be assigning Chairs, tasks, etc.  We’d so appreciate the help!  New to the school?  Come learn about the Gala, timing, and volunteer opportunities - a great way to meet Parker parents. The Gala this year is April 25 at the San Diego Air and Space Museum, in beautiful and historical Balboa Park.  The countdown begins!  Questions?  Contact Gala Chairs Gayle Nuffer and Randie Lettington at pa-galachair@francisparker.org.

FROM TOM CROWLEY, DIRECTOR GLOBAL STUDIES:

To try and accommodate all those students who are unable to participate on our Global Studies and Interim programs in February because of other commitments, Francis Parker has arranged for a June Global Studies program in South Africa. The June program will follow the standard format of our February trip to South Africa. Students will be departing from Parker on Saturday, June 13 and returning on Saturday, June 27, 2015. They will be staying at the Sunwa Lodge in Parys. The same location where our students have stayed for the past 4 years. JimTomey and I have worked with our South Africa coordinator, Kenneth Venter, to put together an itinerary that includes sport activities that will likely appeal to several members of our group. These will be in addition to the exchange activities we have with students from the Weiveld School and Northwest University. Students will also participate in the cheetah interaction at the Dell Centre and will visit the Nelson Mandela museum in Johannesburg.  Mr. Crowley and his South African counterparts are still working out some of the details of the program, but the emphasis will be on including basketball activities, soccer activities and more applied science in our work with the cheetahs and rhinos and our study of the Vrederfort Dome. 
Interested students should apply online through the Parker website beginning on Monday, November 17. Applications will close on Monday, January 5, 2015. The estimated all inclusive cost of the trip is $4200 per student, depending on airfare and the number of students that sign up. . For questions or concerns, feel free to contact Mr. Crowley. 

PARENTS OF JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

The following email was sent from Marc Thiebach to juniors and seniors about internship opportunities.

Dear Class of 2015 and Class of 2016:
Seniors and juniors may satisfy their interim graduation requirements through approved internship opportunities that are completed during the week of Feb. 9-13, 2015. Mrs. Jensen coordinates the program and approves internship proposals. She is also available to try and help you find an internship. I have attached the application form and want to draw your attention to a couple of dates: 
Proposal meetings can be scheduled starting today and will begin Dec. 1
Deadline for submitting an application is Dec. 3 (NO EXCEPTIONS!).
Please email Ms. Jensen (cjensen@francisparker.org) to submit applications, schedule an appointment, or ask questions regarding internships.
Be sure to look at the school's website for interim course offerings should your internship fail to materialize. 

Notes from Nurse Maggie:

Holiday Food Safety Tips—food is such a big part of the holidays however it can potentially cause illness if not properly handled. The USDA recommends the following for safe food handling:

CLEAN:

1. Always wash your hands with warm water and soap for 20 seconds before and after handling food

2. Wash food-contact surfaces (cutting boards, dishes, utensils, countertops) with hot, soapy water after preparing each food item

3. Rinse fruits and vegetables thoroughly under cool running water and use a produce brush to remove surface dirt

4. Do not rinse raw meat and poultry before cooking in order to avoid spreading bacteria to areas around the sink and countertops

SEPARATE:

1. When shopping in the grocery, storing food in the refrigerator at home, or preparing meals, be sure to keep foods that won’t be cooked separate from raw eggs, meat, poultry or seafood—and from kitchen utensils used for those products

2. Consider using one cutting board only for foods that will be cooked (such as raw meat, poultry and seafood) and another one for those that will not (such as raw fruits and vegetables)

3. Do not put cooked meat or other food that is ready to eat on an unwashed plate that has held any raw eggs, meat, poultry, seafood, or their juices

COOK:

1. Use a food thermometer to make sure meat, poultry, and fish are cooked to a safe internal temperature

2. To check a turkey for safety, inset a food thermometer into the innermost part of the thigh and wing and the thickest part of the breast. The turkey is safe when the temperature reaches 165 degrees F. If the turkey is stuffed, the temperature of the stuffing should be 165 degrees F.

3. Bring sauces, soups, and gravies to a rolling boil when reheating

4. Cook eggs until the yolk and white are firm

5. When making your own eggnog or other recipe calling for raw eggs, use pasteurized shell eggs, liquid or frozen pasteurized egg products, or powdered egg whites

6. Don’t eat uncooked cookie dough, which may contain raw eggs

CHILL:

1. Refrigerate leftovers and takeout foods---and any type of food that should be refrigerated including pie—within two hours

2. Set your refrigerator at or below 40 degrees F and the freezer at 0 degrees F. Check both periodically with an appliance thermometer

3. Thaw frozen food safely in the refrigerator, under cold running water or in the microwave—never at room temperature.

4. Cook food thawed in cold water or in the microwave immediately

5. Leftovers should be used within three to four days, unless frozen. Remember: When in doubt, throw it out!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: www.FoodSafety.gov


REMINDER:

LAPTOPS FOR NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR (2015-16)

As previously mentioned, we continue to examine students' technological needs for now and in the future, the Tech Committees meet on a regular basis to discuss how we can coordinate and build upon our vision and use of technology. One of the issues that came to the foreground was the use of iPads in the upper school. The thinking has evolved regarding the effectiveness and appropriateness of an iPad program for each grade level in the upper school. Recognizing the commitment that families and the School have made, we decided to continue the implementation of iPads in this year's 9th and 10th grades but not introduce them formally into the 11th and 12th grades. Instead, for this year we have welcomed students to bring their own laptop to class in grades 11 and 12 as they are free to do so now. Moving forward (2015-16), we will implement a “structured RYOD” program- students are required to bring a device (laptop computer) from a defined and limited selection of options in the upper school. This development will complement and deepen our use of Google Apps and Haiku (Learning Management System) in the months and years to come.

Our laptop choices for families are informed by these questions: What do US faculty want students to be able to do with a device? What are the outcomes, tasks and activities that we want students to produce or work on during the day? Which are the most cost effective choices? Which choices offer the greatest flexibility while guaranteeing a consistent and reliable learning environment?

While asking the above questions, we also sought a choice of models that all students will bring to school daily that met the below specifications:

Long battery life (5-6 hours minimum, 8 recommended)

Lightweight and rugged

Able to run full (desktop) versions of the Chrome browser

Camera for conferencing and recording

Any laptop that meets these requirements would suffice. These three models are representative examples that would meet these criteria:

Device

OS

Retail Cost

Link

Apple Macbook Air

MacOS

$900-$1200

Apple Store

Inspiron 13 7000

Win 8.1

$600-$800

Dell Store

Dell Chromebook 11

ChromeOS

$300

Dell Store

With their own personal laptop, students daily will be able to:

Access academic resources, online and installed textbooks in class and off campus

Work full Google Apps Suite (including all collaborative, editing and formatting features) and Haiku LMS

Organize their work and schedule

Perform scholarly research using multiple sources, online and traditional

Create learning artifacts that demonstrate mastery of essential subject area understandings

Record and analyze data, photograph, record audio and video

Combine, edit and modify existing works in a variety of media

Present and demonstrate in classrooms and online

Model systems, write programs

Curate and organize learning artifacts, demonstrate mastery through examples of self generated content

Exchange learning artifacts and work with Parker community and worldwide

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