West Sylvan

Grades 6-8

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W.S. Elective Forecasting 2018-19

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    West Sylvan Middle School
    ON-LINE Elective Forecasting Directions
    2018-19


    BEFORE YOU START you will need three things:

      1. A current and valid email address that can be accessed by a computer.
      2. Parent Approval of your elective choices. Your parents are required to sign your form upon completion of your forecasting survey, before you return it to the main office.
      3. Internet access - The survey can be completed online, with computers or mobile devices, but parents, or students, will need email access to print the attached form that will be generated and sent to you via email.

    Please review and consider your elective choices before you start the survey. PLEASE CHOOSE YOUR ELECTIVES CAREFULLY, as we will not be making schedule changes in the Fall. 

    (It is suggested that students complete their forecasting survey at home, with parent support. If this is not possible, students may have access to school computers before and after school,or during lunchtime, to take the survey and/or print their forms.)
                                                                                            

                                                        6th Grade Elective Descriptions   

                                6th Grade Elective Video "Snapshots"

                                7th & 8th Grade Elective Descriptions

     

    TO BEGIN:

    ● Review elective options.
    ● Click the Forecasting link for your grade level.

    Current 5th graders choose   6th Grade Forecasting Survey


    Current 6th graders choose   7th Grade Forecasting Survey


    Current 7th graders choose   8th Grade Forecasting Survey

     

    Sign in to the survey using your Apps for PPS account.
    ● Complete and Submit the survey.

    Note that some questions will require an answer. This is to assist in processing and decision making. Please answer accurately.


    ● After completing the survey, an email will be sent to your submitted email address, with an attached PDF document containing your forecasting information.

    Current 6th and 7th Graders:
    Please sign and return 
    this form to our main office 
    by February 2nd.


    Current 5th Graders:
    Will complete surveys at their current elementary schools, during the weeks of Jan. 30-Feb. 2nd  and 5th-9th.  

     


    If you are having trouble with accessing your emailed forecasting form, the forecasting survey, or need any other support in completing this process, please contact the West Sylvan Main office. We will work to assist you in submitting your information accurately. Thank you for your participation and support!

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    West Sylvan School Video Tour

    AVID at West Sylvan

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