Futures Knights News

New School Year!

Dear Parent,

Coming back from the summer break, making sure your child is well dressed, homework is done, and all the beginning of the year forms are turned.  It is a busy and somewhat stressful time for many.

For Futures staff, it is an exciting and stressful time as we prepare the program and the facility to ensure that as soon as students come, they are ready to learn. As an administrator of 11 years, I still eagerly await for the new and returning students every year.  I know that every year brings new and exciting moments and learning opportunities not just for the students, but for me as well. I graduated hundreds of students in the past years and met thousands of students in my 19 years in education. And I firmly believe that every child is unique and intelligent, and every time I meet a new student, a new world is opening to me. As we progress with this year, I will get to know your child and you, and I want to share a bit about my passions so you can get to know me better too. 

As an educator, I am passionate about reading - anything I can get my hands on, from biographies and historical accounts to fantasy and mystery stories (except romance stories). Most importantly, I am passionate about working with students (teenagers) - learning from them, talking and working with each kid is like reading a new book with an unexpected ending that you may or may not discover in many years… everybody is unique and different, and it is a new experience every time.

I wish that the start of the new school year is smooth and enjoyable for you. Your children grow and change every day and every year, and it is a fantastic experience to see these changes.

When students get more mature, they not only grow physically, but they also grow emotionally. This inner world is new, scary, and complicated. The way they take in information and emotions change as they try to find their identity and self-image. With many changes going on and not knowing how to describe it, the students may begin to act differently. Either they may close up or begin to act out.

One of the methods that we find useful is listening. Listening to your children will help them express themselves and allow them to alleviate the pressures they may be feeling. A mother shares her experience with us,

“As my daughter has gotten older, I’ve noticed that she doesn’t talk to me as much. So when she does feel like chatting, I try to take advantage of the moment and listen to her. I’ve noticed that it’s best to do less talking and more listening. Sometimes, if I sit quietly with her, she’ll start sharing. And other times I ask questions, “What do you think? Or “What would have you done?” simply doing that changed the way we communicate and our relationship.”

Simply listening can strengthen the relationship with adolescents and help with being better parents and friends for them.

Nataliya Panasiuk

Principal, Futures High School

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Superintendent Fall Staff Presentation                              4

Student Talk Radio (8:00 am)                                                  7

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Red Ribbon Week                                                                  21-25

School Site Council  (4:00 pm)                                                30

School and Family Radio Program

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Parents

We, as teachers and staff of Futures High School, believe that the presence and participation of parents is vital for student success in their education and growth to become contributors to our community. That is why we make every effort to provide opportunities to volunteer. We invite you as a parent, grandparent, or guardian to visit our campus and see where you would like to make a positive impact. Here are some options:

 

  • Office aid

  • Teacher assistant

  • Helping at Events

  • Art and Drama Boosters club

  • Field trip chaperoning

  • School Site Council membership/participation

  • Before and After school assistance

Мы, как преподаватели и сотрудники школы Futures считаем, что присутствие и участие родителей в школьной жизни ребёнка имеет жизненно важное значение для успеха учащегося как в образовательном процессе, так и в его внутреннем  росте и в стремлении завоевать своё место в обществе. Именно поэтому мы прилагаем все усилия, чтобы обеспечить различные возможности для вашего участия в жизни школы. Мы приглашаем вас, уважаемые родители, а также бабушек и дедушек наших учеников прийти в нашу школу и посмoтреть, чем бы вы могли нам помочь. Со своей стороны мы предлагаем  несколько вариантов помощи:

  • Офисная помощь 

  • Помощник учителя   

  • Art and Drama Boosters club

  • Помощь в экскурсиях 

  • Участие в школьном родительском комитете

  • Помощь до и после школы  

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This Parent Portal is always open!

 

Портал всегда открыт для вас!

Check Grades & Other Info:

 

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Parent Liaison

Max Gonchar

Max.gonchar@gcccharters.org

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Grand Opening Event

Parents, students, and the community came together for the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting at the Rancho Del Paso Site home of Higher Learning Academy and Futures High School. Superintendent Dr. Cindy Peterson and guest State Assembly Member Kevin Kiley and Allen Warren, Sacramento Council Member spoke shared their excitement, and support for both schools.

Родители, студенты и представители общественности собрались вместе на церемонии открытия для того, чтобы перерезать символическую ленточку, тем самым открыв  новое место для работы двух школ сразу: Rancho Del Paso Site: Higher Learning Academy и Futures High School. Суперинтендант д-р Синди Петерсен, Член Государственного Собрания Кевин Кайли и Аллен Уоррен, член Совета Сакраменто, поддержали нашу радост по поводу открытия и обещали свою поддержку обеим школам.

First Day of School

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Leadership students participated in giving a warm welcome to our parents, students and teachers on the first day of school! KCRA 3 News recorded this moment and asked for interviews.

В создании теплой и дружеской атмосферы приема родителей, студентов и учителей в превый день школы участвовали наши студенты-лидеры. KCRA 3 News сняли это событие и провели небольшое интервью.

Back to School Night

We would like to thank all the parents and students that joined us for our first Back to School event at the new school site! We also would like to thank our Assistant Superintendent Michael Gillespie and Assistant Director of Community Engagement & Development Sergey Terebkov for joining and supporting us during the night. This year our leadership students helped us with the beginning of the year presentation and interactive games.

Огромное спасибо всем родителям и учащимся, принявшим участие в нашем первом « Дне открытых дверей» на новом месте, в новых условиях. Мы также благодарим помощника управляющего Майкла Гиллеспи и Помощника директора по вовлечению и развитию сообщества Сергея Теребкова за участие в вечере и активную поддержку во время его проведения. В этом году наши студенты лидерского класса помогли нам  с презентацией начала учебного года и различными интерактивными играми.

Student Talk Radio 

Mon. 8:00AM-8:30AM (1430AM)

Leadership Students take the mic during our Student Talk Radio to talk about how they ignite positive change in their school and the community.

Студенты лидерского  класса собираются возле  микрофона и ведут иногда забавные, иногда деловые, а иногда и критические беседы о позитивных изменениях в жизни школы, их необходимости и своем в них участии.

Rally

First rally in our new gym! Enthusiasm and anticipation filled the room when our students gathered for the rally. After our Principal Natalia Burko gave the welcome speech to all the students, the students engaged in class competitions. The freshmen class won the last game called “Finish the Lyrics”!

Первое ралли в нашем спортзале! Энтузиазм и предвкушение чего-то потрясающего  наполнили помещение, как только наши студенты собрались для проведения ралли. После приветственной речи директора нашей школы Наталии Бурко, обращенной ко всем учащимся, студенты приняли активнейшее участии в соревнованиях между классами.  В последней игре под названием «Закончите текст» победили 9-тиклассники.

Student Garden

Steve Papkov with Modernwoodmen gave a donation of plants, flowers, and other garden supplies for our leadership beautification crew! Students can help make Futures more eco-friendly and help in keeping their school beautiful.

Стив Папков вместе с Modernwoodmen пожертвовал нашей школе растения, цветы и различные садовые принадлежности. Учащиеся помогут не только сохранить, но и приумножить  экологическую привлекательность нашей школы  и сделать ее по-настоящему цветущей и красивой.  

Events 
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Girls Volleyball

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boys Soccer

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Fall Sports Schedules

Adrienne Herbst
 

Futures Athletic Director
GCC Athletic Director

 

(408) 916-6125
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@gcccharters.org

(916) 286-1902 | (916) 564-4124 (fax)

900 Grace Avenue Sacramento, CA 95838