Your son’s 3rd quarter grades are now final and can be found in PowerSchool. Please Note: These are progress grades only and are not included in your son’s official transcript. To access 3rd quarter grades, please use these instructions:
The following are some key terms for us all to be familiar with in case of an on-campus emergency or an event in the vicinity of campus
The lowest level of emergency. Students, faculty, and staff are instructed to stay inside, close and lock doors and windows as a precaution, continue to conduct business as usual in the classroom, and follow the instructions given via the PA announcements.
An incident that requires a higher level of safety than “Shelter-in-Place” with events in close proximity to campus or on campus. Students, faculty, and staff are instructed to stop all class activity and secure the classroom. Please note that a “Lock Down” does not necessarily signal an immediate, active threat to campus like an “active assailant” incident. Everyone should remain calm in a secure location and follow the instructions given via the PA announcements.
Assailant/Shooter/Threat on campus
The highest level threat in response to an incident that is on campus. Reactions should be based on Run / Hide / Fight protocol. An alert may be initiated through our PA system or a real time reaction based on a visible or audible threat.
A note regarding travel
The California Department of Public Health’s travel advisory due to COVID-19 recommends all persons to avoid non-essential travel to any part of California more than 120 miles from one’s place of residence, or to other states or countries. All persons arriving in or returning to California from other states or countries are advised to self-quarantine for 10 days after their arrival.
Please be mindful that while Jesuit is not mandating travel restrictions, Jesuit’s Safe Return Plan is predicated on following recommended guidelines minimizing risk to the entire community. If you choose to travel, please thoughtfully consider keeping your son in distance learning upon his return for one week, and have him participate in the weekly antigen screening at the start of the following screening cycle.
Any student-athlete participating in Jesuit High School Sacramento athletics must complete weekly on-campus Covid19 rapid antigen testing. A screening is valid for athletic activities for seven days only. If the student is doing classes by Distance Learning, the student should arrive at the start of the screening day window at 7:15 am and remain on campus while awaiting his test results either in the gym or in his vehicle until the test results are posted on his PowerSchool. account.
Free tutoring for students, by students! CSF is a group of really academically talented students with sound experience in every subject.
Dress Code & Personal Appearance Policy
Includes examples and dress policies for distance and in-person learning
- Face coverings will be mandatory for everyone on campus. Students are responsible for their own face coverings and are advised to bring 2 face coverings to school each day.
Storm Day Procedure
Inclement Weather Plan for All-School Distance Learning Schedule in event of heavy rain or wind
Due to the physical distancing requirement of our Safe Return Plan, finding enough space for students to eat outside without masks can be difficult during inclement weather. We have expanded our outdoor eating areas, but they may become insufficient if there is severe weather with heavy wind and rain.
Parking permits have been discounted and are now available for $12.50 for the remainder of the current school year (expiring on June 1, 2021.)
Limited availability, order online & pickup
Now open for sophomores
All students are expected to park on campus and no student parking is allowed on Jacob Lane or in the neighborhood surrounding Jesuit.
Student Lockers will be available upon request only. Due to social distancing requirements, only a limited number of student lockers will be available. Once the form is completed (if a locker is available), the student will receive an email with his locker number and combination.
Please note: form access is limited to Jesuit students with school gmail account
Social media and online presence is a critical piece of Jesuit High School’s overall communications outreach to internal and external audiences.
For information on the use or creation of all Jesuit High School related social media or online platform accounts please read the Marketing and Communications Team for further assistance.and contact the
Mark your calendar now and have your student set an alert!
Morning Collaboration Meetings with Counselors begin January 13. These mandatory Collaborations will be conducted on Zoom with your student’s counselor and scheduled according to their original designated Cohort Group Color (Red or Gold). Students will receive an overview of the course request selection process, become familiar with the 2021-2022 Course Catalog and prerequisites, and begin the initial pre-selection process. Attendance and promptness are mandatory as these sessions will be live and not recorded.
Choosing your Schedule for Next Year
Course Catalog, Progress Toward Graduation, Course Selection, Appeal Process
Picking classes and balancing courseload can seem daunting—the Counseling team is here to assist you with choosing your schedule for the next year.
- Attend the mandatory Collaboration meeting by student’s grade & group
- Review catalog and discuss options with family
- Meet one-on-one with a counselor
- Sign Progress & Course Selection sheet
- Appeal (optional)
Jacob Lane Entrance Gates and Drop-off/Pick-up Reminder
No student drop-off or pick-up on Jacob Lane
The Jacob Lane entrance gates will remain closed until classes begin at 9:45 am. If parents have a need to access the Main Office before school, please first check in with Lizzy Duran in the Business Office, located to the left of the bell tower; she will get a hold of the Main Office for you. If no one is at the front desk of the Business Office, please ring the bell for assistance. Students may access Main Office and Dean’s Office from inside campus before school following the check-in and screening process which begins at 7:30 a.m.
Congratulations to Peter Wisner, ’21, for being named a semi-finalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program!
The following members of the Class of 2021 were recognized as National Merit Commended Students:
- Evan M. Bird
- Daniel S. Burky
- Santiago C. Chang
- Andrew W. Condrin
- Donovan J. Jasper
- Zachary Leslie
- Andrew T. Loehr
- William T. Segale
- Alfred Yu
Additional congratulations to the members of the Class of 2021 who have received a commendation as part of the National Hispanic Recognition Program:
- Christopher K. Raboy
- Isaias Iniguez-Sandoval
- Carlos M. Contreras IV
- Joseph N. Watanabe
- George D. Sicner
- Santiago C. Chang
The National Merit Scholarship competition seeks to recognize students for their outstanding performance on the PSAT as juniors (taken in October 2019), as well as sustained high achievement in the classroom.
Conflict Resolution Addition to Student-Parent Handbook
Notification that an addition was made November 2020 to share existing practices & policies
We would like to notify you of an addition to the 2020-21 Student-Parent Handbook. The addition can be found on pgs 33 – 35 in the section entitled “Conflict Resolution”. This addition to the Handbook serves to formally share the practices Jesuit High School has always employed to resolve conflicts and does not reflect a change in policy or practice.
With Sacramento County’s move to the Red Tier and the hybrid resumption of in-person classes at Jesuit High School, Jesuit High School students engaging in Service and Justice Programming can engage in in-person service activities at pre-approved agencies where students are welcomed by the agency as volunteers. Please note that students are still welcome to complete their Service and Justice requirement entirely through virtual and remote opportunities. No in-person service is required or expected for the 2020-2021 school year.
Flex Periods/PE for All
Exercise and Workouts to Keep our Students Physically and Mentally Healthy
PE Classroom code and rehab appointments
While we are in distance learning, students do not need to check in via zoom during their flex period(s). Instead, we invite all students to take advantage of our “PE For All” programming during Flex Periods to get some exercise instead of continuing to be plugged into a device.
Last revision August 20, 2020
Distance learning protocols will be in effect for the duration of any period of extended campus closure, during which no on-campus instruction will be taking place.
Students can access all Service and Justice resources in their grade-level Service and Justice Google Classroom Page. Resources available there include:
- Service Directory
- One-time service events and instructions on how to sign up
- Service and Justice Agreement to be signed by all students and parents
- Service and Justice Program Goals and Policies
- Service Site Proposal Form
We have worked to provide a streamlined approach in directing you to online merchants from whom you may purchase your course materials. Rather than shopping around online at multiple merchant sites one by one, this link allows you to obtain the same results with just a few simple clicks. It eliminates the need to copy and paste multiple ISBNs over and over again into individual merchant sites in order to find the best deal.
24hr National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
National Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
(a caring professional will text you back immediately)
Staying Connected provides parents, students, faculty, and staff valuable information about happenings at Jesuit High School Sacramento.
We also invite our greater Jesuit Sacramento community to read this newsletter to find out what is happening at 1200 Jacob Lane and to keep in touch with your Marauders.
All students and student-athletes are invited to sign up for an opportunity to meet one-on-one through Zoom with Athletic Director Hank Weinberger to get insight into who they are as athletes. Students will get insight into what kind of athlete they are and learn how to translate that into success on the field, court and in the pool. To start this process, students just need to fill out a very brief form to indicate interest in this customized athletic assessment. After completing the two-minute survey, stude
Given the current need for social distancing, many people are experiencing isolation in new, deeper ways. For people who were already isolated, this social distancing can be especially painful.
To respond to this reality, we will be inviting our students to engage in an optional service opportunity by writing a letter to a client or resident (or multiple clients or residents) at one of several non-profit agencies and programs.
Morning prayers and the Examen started online with the coordination of two seniors. Carlo Pedroncelli ’21 coordinated and posted the morning video prayers, and Donovan Jasper ’21 coordinated and posted the video Examen. When we started back to school in the hybrid model, students began leading the prayers over the P.A. system. (If you are interested in leading morning prayer or the Examen, please contact the Campus Ministry Team.) Every Monday morning we announce a challenge for the week based on the profile of the Graduate at Graduation. During the Examen on Fridays we reflect on how we have done toward that challenge and end by praying: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can; and the wisdom to know the difference. In this time of uncertainty and change, this can be a life-giving prayer for us to pray weekly or maybe even daily in our own prayer lives.
In response to the current school closure, the Jesuit Sports Performance Team is committed to providing guidance and support not only to our students-athletes, but the entire school community while campus is closed. Physical and mental well-being is not something to be taken for granted, therefore we will continue to reference the current research and employ standard practices to provide the very best health advice. All current research supports this balanced, minimalistic protocol for promoting comprehensive wellness and basic human performance.
These guidelines suggest best practices regarding the publication of commentary on social media by students.
Bell Schedule, Collaborations, and Calendars
We are currently following Q3 "On-Campus Hybrid" schedules
All calendared school events and activities, along with the daily bell schedule and student Collaboration information and dates, are now available to view online through the school calendar.
Please refer frequently to the online calendar on the Jesuit High School website for the most up-to-date information on upcoming events and the daily bell schedule.
Online calendar: View Full Calendar
As of September 8, 2020, the 2020-21 Student-Parent handbook has been finalized and was distributed to each student and family through Final Forms. All parents and students were notified to log into their account to sign and submit the form acknowledging receipt of the handbook and confirming your agreement to conform to Jesuit High School Sacramento’s standards of conduct.
About the Daily Schedule
- Office Hours and/or Collaborations availability each morning
- 60-minute classes, 2 class meetings per week
- 15 minute passing between classes, 5 minutes after lunch
- 2 groups (A/B) with 40 minutes for lunch when on-campus
- 1 lunch group when in Distance Learning
Since we first announced our adapted bell schedule in early July, we received the feedback we had hoped for and have made some revisions.
Help students establish meaningful post-secondary goals and connect those goals with their coursework and college planning activities.
As you head into finals week next week remember that while it is important to strive for your best on your exams, your health and well-being is even more important. As the posters around campus highlight from the Impact Distracted Driving campaign: Instincts Matter. Instincts matter when you are driving, and instincts matter in our everyday experiences with ourselves and others. Pause, assess, and if necessary Speak Up.
Here are some common letters of recommendation questions that we get from students during the college application cycle. This is the same information that we communicated to students and parents in our college information nights, college advising meetings, and during collaboration periods. We thought it may be useful to have this information in a cohesive and easily accessible document for your reference.