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 GEORGE & EVELYN STEIN HIGH SCHOOL

 
 

 WELCOME

 
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650 W. 10th St., Tracy, CA 95376
 
209.830.3395 - Main Office
209.830.3396 - FAX
 
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 WHAT'S HAPPENING

 
 
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MLK ANNUAL BREAKFAST JANUARY 16, 2017
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Student Handbook:
 
 
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Students and Cell Phones
Cell phones and MP3/iPod digital music players are allowed on the school campus and at school sponsored events under the following conditions:
  1. During school hours, the cell and MP3/iPod digital music player must be used BEFORE SCHOOL, AFTER SCHOOL, at LUNCH, at BREAK, AND WALKING BETWEEN CLASSES.
  2. During class periods or assemblies, the cell phone and MP3/iPod digital music player must be turned off and out of visual sight in classrooms, assemblies, and in any other learning environment. Cell phones may not be used for any reason (including talking, listening, ringing, text messaging, checking the time, taking pictures, etc.) and must be powered off except with a classroom teacher’s expressed permission per BP/AR 6163.4.
  3. Students displaying or using cell phones or MP3/iPod digital music players in the classroom or inappropriately will be subject to disciplinary measures and be considered in defiance.
  4. Investigation of theft of any electronic device will not be investigated by school personnel; however, parents may file a theft report with the local police department.

Visitors on Campus

George and Evelyn Stein High School is a closed campus. Upon arriving at the campus in the morning, students are to enter and remain on school grounds. Students should plan to arrive on campus approximately 10 minutes before 8:00 A.M., the beginning of first period, and refrain from loitering in the residential and business areas adjacent to the school. 
 
Students may not leave campus unless they have checked out through the office or through the work experience coordinator and obtained an off-campus pass prior to leaving. Failure to check out and receive an off-campus pass through the attendance office will result in being considered truant. Appropriate consequences will be assigned.
Consequences for exiting campus without a pass:
  •             1) First Offense: Warning/Parent Contact
  •             2) Second Offense: One-day suspension
  •             3) Third Offense: Two-day suspension/Parent Conference
  •             4) Fourth Offense: Three-day suspension

  

 
 
 

 CURRENT EVENTS

 

 

January 16    MLK Day, No School

January 27    Staff BBD, No School

February 13  Lincoln's Birthday, No School

February 20  Presidents' Day, No School

March 3         Staff BBD, No School

April 14-21    Spring Break

May 26          Last Day of School

 

 

 PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

 
Hello Parents and Guardians:
Your children have been incredibly well behaved this year and the faculty and staff at Stein High are looking forward to another semester of enjoying them. In addition, your children are turning in a lot of assignments and they are done extremely well. Students and families were generous, as always, to those in need in preparation for the holidays. The school site participated in Brighter Christmas with students and staff donating 300 pounds of food. Many gifts for children were included too. We are so proud of our student body.
One thing we would like to see improve is student attendance. Our return from the holidays has been slow. Many staff and students have been ill with the flu/cold. If your children are ill, do keep them at home. Send them back to school when they show several signs of recovery. There are only sixteen weeks of this school year left. Students become stressed and anxious about graduating or coming back to school with senior status next year, when they have missed a lot of school.
In the second semester, along with regular classes and the option of taking an online class in the afternoon session, there will be many enrichment activities offered. For the Career to College series, speakers will continue to make presentations to students twice a month.  The first one will be San Joaquin Delta College on January 11, followed by Las Positas Junior College on January 25. A special treat this semester is a series of workshops offered by Ms. Stephanie, an attorney from the Bay Area on Legal Rights and Responsibilities, beginning on January 30.
Faculty are preparing to offer a San Joaquin Delta College field trip this Spring. Three certificated programs at the college have been selected to visit: Nursing, Automotive and Culinary. The visit will take place in the morning hours. Students will have time to lunch on campus and then a visit to the Haggin Museum and Art Gallery will complete the day.
On February 15, The Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery, better known as the ASVAB will be offered on campus. It serves two purposes. Students wishing to join the military may take the test here on campus. Students who need career guidance will receive their scores and attend a workshop on matching their scores to current and future career possibilities.
A FAFSA workshop is being planned for February 9. We will send more information to you, as this event is solidified. Many Stein graduates do attend junior college. We want to help this happen for everyone who is interested. We encourage families to attend.
Stay warm and dry this winter and be safe,
Cynthia Johannes, Principal
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