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    • CDC EVICTION MORATORIUM

      Vea a continuación la versión en español WHAT DOES THE EVICTION MORATORIUM DO? The CDC eviction moratorium prohibits a landlord from removing a covered tenant from a residential rental property for non-payment of rent before December 31, 2020. The CDC prohibits a landlord, owner, or other person with a right to pursue eviction from taking any action to remove or cause the removal of a covered tenant from the residential property for nonpayment of rent. Any action that causes the removal of a covered tenant is defined as an eviction under the CDC’s order, except if the residential property is foreclosed on. This includes legal attempts to evict a tenant, such as filing an eviction, and illegal attempts to evict a tenant, such as locking out a tenant or shutting off utilities. Landlords can evict tenants for some other reasons, including criminal activity on the premises. If your landlord is threatening to evict you, you should contact a lawyer immediately for legal advice. If you have been served with a summons, do not miss your court date! You should attend the hearing and, if you are not able to speak with a lawyer before your hearing, there are lawyers at the justice center who can provide you with advice and representation. DO I STILL HAVE TO PAY RENT? Yes, you are still required to pay rent. If you are able to make partial payments, you should make your best effort to do so. The eviction moratorium doesn’t “cancel” rent. If you do not pay your rent, you will still owe that amount to your landlord even though you cannot be evicted for non-payment. A landlord is also allowed to charge you late fees or other charges for non-payment of rent, but cannot evict you for not paying them. AM I COVERED BY THIS EVICTION MORATORIUM? The CDC has 5 requirements for you to be covered. You must meet all 5 of the requirements. You are covered if... WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I AM COVERED? If you are covered by the CDC eviction moratorium you must: Sign a declaration under oath stating that you are covered. Give a copy of the signed declaration to your landlord or property manager. Keep a copy of the signed declaration for your records. The declaration is available on the Housing Solutions website at awh4t.org/tenant-resources The declaration is signed under oath and under penalty of perjury. If you do not understand anything in the declaration, you should speak with a lawyer before signing it. MY LANDLORD IS STILL THREATENING EVICTION. WHAT DO I DO? You should speak with a lawyer immediately to get advice and representation. To receive free legal advice and representation, contact: 211: Call 2-1-1 or apply online csctulsa.org/211eok. Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma: Call 888-534-5243 or 918-428-4357 or visit oklegalconnect.org. Still She Rises: Call 918-392-0867 or visit stillsherises.org.

    • Papel Picado Contest!

      To celebrate Latinx Heritage Month, Collegiate Hall is sending all families materials to create your very own Papel Picado. What is Papel Picado? One of the traditional Mexican handicrafts that is always present in any celebration is papel picado. When traveling throughout Mexico, you will no doubt come across colorful banners that are strung up with cut out papers to decorate a variety of scenes. They may be strung up along the walls, across ceilings or even outdoors in churchyards or spanning from one side or a street to another, sometimes in seemingly endless rows. These festive banners consist of sheets of tissue paper with patterns cut out on them. In Spanish, they are called papel picado, which means cut paper. Check out some of our student's Papel Picado designs. Pictured below, Kayden McQuietor (7th grade) and Samantha and Sara Hartshorn (8th Grade). Great job! If you haven't created your papel picado and emailed Mr. Imlay a picture yet, you have until the end of November to send them in. Email your pictures of your papel picado and your family to bimlay@collegiatehall.net. Haven't received your Papel Picado materials? If not, they should be arriving to your house soon. Please let us know if you don't receive them by Thanksgiving. Kayden McQuietor (7th grade, Wittenberg Pride) Samantha Hartshorn and Sara Hartshorn (8th Grade, MC Pride) DIRECTIONS: By the end of November, we encourage all families to create their own Papel Picado and to hang it somewhere in their homes. Then, take a picture and send that picture to us to be highlighted on social media and our website. Use the templates provided to create your own papel picado. Hang the papel picado in your home. Take a picture Send that picture using one or more of the following options: Send to Mr. Imlay as a text: (614) 570-7724 Email the image to Mr. Imlay bimlay@collegiatehall.net

    • Student Spotlight // Week 11

      8th Grade MC Pride: "The Dudley" The Dudley Award is given to students in MC pride that are showing up and showing out. They are representatives of our pride and are living out Collegiate Hall core values. This week, Diana Ramirez, Adyson Carter and Gianna Bohlander all were voted by their pridemates to be the recipients of the Dudley Award. Diana showed courage and determination when completing her ROCK IT badge and being the first to present. Adyson and Gianna also showed determination in PMA by showing up despite some hardships and being encouraging friends to others in our pride. Congratulations to these girls! Mrs. Marshall, 7th + 8th Grade Social Studies MC Pride Leader

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    • Enroll Tulsa | Collegiate Hall

      TOP OF PAGE CHARTER SCHOOLS MAGNET SCHOOLS Enroll Tulsa Learn more about Tulsa Public Schools' high school enrollment process. Tailored specifically for Collegiate Hall 7th and 8th grade students and families, this page provides everything you need to be prepared for the 2021-2022 application window. CHARTER SCHOOLS High School Enrollment (8th Grade Families) ▶ HOW ARE STUDENTS ADMITTED TO A CRITERIA-BASED MAGNET SCHOOL? Criteria-based magnet schools have minimum eligibility standards and admit qualified applicants based upon their performance on a list of selection criteria, and in some cases, the quadrant of the city in which they live. Criteria information can be reviewed . here ▶ WHAT ASSESSMENTS ARE USED FOR CRITERIA-BASED MAGNET SCHOOL ADMISSIONS? We assess students in grades K-10 on two different math and reading tests, OSTP and NWEA-MAP, respectively. We use the most recent NWEA-MAP scores from the fall or early winter of 2019 and the most recent (Spring 2019) Oklahoma state test scores. The committees will use the higher of the scores in reading and math for criteria-based magnet applications. The Assessment Office will provide NWEA-MAP testing at the Enrollment Center on Dec. 16, 2019, for any student who does not have a recent standardized academic measure. Please call the Assessment Office at 918-746-6473 for more information. ▶ MY STUDENT HAS BEEN ENROLLED AND ATTENDING COLLEGIATE HALL (A TULSA PUBLIC SCHOOL) SINCE AUGUST 2020. DO I NEED TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTATION OTHER THAN MY ID AND PROOF OF RESIDENCY FOR A CRITERIA-BASED SCHOOL? Collegiate Hall will provide all other documentation from our student information system to the screening committee. Collegiate Hall will also provide teacher recommendation forms. If you have any additional information such as attendance or suspension information, it will need to be submitted with your application. Please email Ben Imlay for further questions at bimlay@collegiatehall.net ▶ MY STUDENT ATTENDED A SCHOOL OTHER THAN A TPS SCHOOL SOME OR ALL OF THE TIME SINCE 2019. WHAT DOCUMENTATION DO I NEED TO PROVIDE BESIDES MY ID AND PROOF OF RESIDENCY? for a checklist of items required for the screening committee. The Enrollment Center must receive these documents by 4 p.m. Jan. 31, 2020. Please review the Neighborhood, Charter and Magnet Application Information/Instructions LEER EN ESPAÑOL para leer en español Haga clic aquí WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CHARTER SCHOOL AND MAGNET SCHOOL? to learn more about the difference between a charter and magnet school. Click here MAGNET SCHOOLS We're glad you are interested in our magnet schools and programs. To be considered for acceptance into a magnet school or program, each student must submit a complete application including all required documents. (See details in Regulation 2206-R2 ) ​ Leer en español How do I apply for a criteria-based magnet school? Criteria-based magnet schools include: Carver Middle School Edison Middle School Rogers College Junior High (8th grade) Booker T. Washington High School Rogers College High School (9th - 12th grades) Edison Preparatory High School Tulsa Engineering Academy at Memorial High School MAGNET SCHOOLS High School Enrollment (8th Grade Families) ▶ HOW ARE STUDENTS ADMITTED TO A CRITERIA-BASED MAGNET SCHOOL? Criteria-based magnet schools have minimum eligibility standards and admit qualified applicants based upon their performance on a list of selection criteria, and in some cases, the quadrant of the city in which they live. Criteria information can be reviewed . here ▶ WHAT ASSESSMENTS ARE USED FOR CRITERIA-BASED MAGNET SCHOOL ADMISSIONS? We assess students in grades K-10 on two different math and reading tests, OSTP and NWEA-MAP, respectively. We use the most recent NWEA-MAP scores from the fall or early winter of 2019 and the most recent (Spring 2019) Oklahoma state test scores. The committees will use the higher of the scores in reading and math for criteria-based magnet applications. The Assessment Office will provide NWEA-MAP testing at the Enrollment Center on Dec. 16, 2019, for any student who does not have a recent standardized academic measure. Please call the Assessment Office at 918-746-6473 for more information. ▶ MY STUDENT HAS BEEN ENROLLED AND ATTENDING COLLEGIATE HALL (A TULSA PUBLIC SCHOOL) SINCE AUGUST 2020. DO I NEED TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTATION OTHER THAN MY ID AND PROOF OF RESIDENCY FOR A CRITERIA-BASED SCHOOL? Collegiate Hall will provide all other documentation from our student information system to the screening committee. Collegiate Hall will also provide teacher recommendation forms. If you have any additional information such as attendance or suspension information, it will need to be submitted with your application. Please email Ben Imlay for further questions at bimlay@collegiatehall.net ▶ MY STUDENT ATTENDED A SCHOOL OTHER THAN A TPS SCHOOL SOME OR ALL OF THE TIME SINCE 2019. WHAT DOCUMENTATION DO I NEED TO PROVIDE BESIDES MY ID AND PROOF OF RESIDENCY? for a checklist of items required for the screening committee. The Enrollment Center must receive these documents by 4 p.m. Jan. 31, 2020. Please review the Neighborhood, Charter and Magnet Application Information/Instructions LEER EN ESPAÑOL para leer en español Haga clic aquí WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CHARTER SCHOOL AND MAGNET SCHOOL? to learn more about the difference between a charter and magnet school. Click here

    • Schoolrunner | Collegiate Hall

      Shop Schoolrunner Schoolrunner is a student data management system, and is integrated with Collegiate Hall's existing Student Information System (SIS). Collegiate Hall uses Schoolrunner to track academics, attendance, behavior communication and standards mastery in one place. Collegiate Hall Middle School Parents and Guardians are now able to view their student’s grade online at any time with Schoolrunner Guardian Access. Scroll for instructions on how to create a Schoolrunner account, how to use Schoolrunner and for information on Collegiate Hall's grading policies and methods. Student Access Code Create an Account Schoolrunner FAQs Schoolrunner WHAT IS MY "STUDENT ACCESS CODE"? ​ In order to view your student's grades, you must first create a parent/guardian account on Schoolrunner using your personalized Student Access Code. Student Access Code(s) were sent to the primary guardian's email address on file. To find this email, open your email account and search for the subject line "Guardian Access to {Student First Name}'s Grades // Collegiate Hall Middle School". Your Student Access Code is included in that email. ​ *Note: each student has their own access code. If you have more than one Collegiate Hall student, you would have received an email for each student with their own code. CREATE A SCHOOLRUNNER GUARDIAN ACCOUNT Follow these steps to create a Schoolrunner Guardian account: Visit: collegiatehall.schoolrunner.org Before you can sign in, you first must create a Schoolrunner account. Near the bottom, click " " Parent/Guardian Sign Up Enter your personal information, beginning with the provided “ ". Student Access Code Enter that you want to use. YOUR (Guardian) email Enter . YOUR (Guardian) first and last name Create a password that meets the password requirements. Click " " Create Account ​ Get Started SCHOOLRUNNER HELP CENTER How do I add additional students to my account? After you have created a Schoolrunner account… Go to Schoolrunner by visiting the Student Portal at collegiatehall.org/students On the Student Portal, click on the "Schoolrunner" button at the top. Log in to Schoolrunner using the email and password you used when creating your account (if you have not yet created your account, please see #1). In the top right corner of the screen, click on the settings icon ⚙️ Click “ADD STUDENT” Enter the Student Access Code for the student you want to add to your account. Click “Add” How do I see my student's grades? Once you have created a Schoolrunner account… Go to Schoolrunner by visiting the Student Portal at collegiatehall.org/students On the Student Portal, click on the "Schoolrunner" button at the top. Log in to Schoolrunner using the email and password you used when creating your account. Once you are in Schoolrunner, click “Grades” on the menu at the top of the page. How do I use the Schoolrunner portal? On the Schoolrunner website, enter your username and password to access up-to-date progress reports and behavior information. The landing page in the parent/student portal is the slip. This shows a summary of behavior and academics over the past week. You can view past slips by selecting the desired date from the field labelled "Choose Slip Date" at the upper-right. Note that your slip may look different, and may not include both academic and behavioral information. The layout depends on how your school has configured slips. In addition to the slip, you can see grades by clicking on "Grades" in the main menu. The grid shows you performance for each course for each grading term. Hover over grades to view a summary of each course and its assessments. You can also hover over a GPA to see a helpful explanation of that number. Click "Progress Reports" from the main menu to review grades by course, term, assessment, grade earned and more. The filter options on the left of the page allow you to determine course, grading term, and more. Lastly, the "Class Attendance" and "Attendance" pages give an overview of tardies and absences earned by the student this year. Filters and a summary are available on the left side. Parents/Guardians: How to Reset Your Password Reset your password in the upper right of your screen, after you've logged in to the Schoolrunner portal. Click your user icon and then choose "Change Password". You'll be required to enter, confirm, and save your new password, and it will have to satisfy all of the password requirements. Note that you must already have a Schoolrunner account and be able to log in to reset your password. I have more questions about my student's grades For questions about student grades, or if you are experiencing issues accessing your account, please email your student's advisor or Ben Imlay, Dean of Culture + Community at bimlay@collegiatehall.net Don't know your student's advisor's email? Visit our staff directory page . here ​

    • Attendance Matters | Collegate Hall

      FAMILY PORTAL 2020-2021 CALENDAR ATTENDANCE MATTERS CH BLOG ENROLLMENT ENROLL TULSA: HIGH SCHOOL FAMILY + STUDENT SUPPORTS CULTURE + LANGUAGE SERVICES EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT SUPPORTS MEAL SITES PARENT FEEDBACK PARTNERSHIP TEAMS SCHOOLRUNNER UPCOMMING EVENTS VIRTUAL LEARNING 2020-2021 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS STUDENT PORTAL Attendance Matters Attendance matters. Research shows that attendance improves your student’s chances of graduating from high school and college. Virtual learning is no different. Collegiate Hall Middle School's Virtual Attendance Expectations On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, students will log on to either a Morning Pride Meeting each morning from 8:30 am - 9:30 am OR an Afternoon Pride Meeting from 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm. Wednesday Attendance On Wednesdays, Collegiate Hall Middle School students (grades 4-8) attend by completing their Wednesday Assignment and Attendance Survey in their Pride Google Classroom. The attendance survey is due by 3 PM on Wednesdays. Students must submit the attendance survey by 3 PM to be marked present. Students who do not submit the attendance survey or who submit the attendance survey after 3 PM will be marked absent. Click on the grade level below to view that grade's daily virtual learning schedule. 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade Why Attendance Matters! BUILDING GOOD ATTENDANCE HABITS Start building good attendance habits in preschool so children learn early on that going to school on time, every day is important. Good attendance will help children do well in school, in college, and in careers. ​ HOW CAN FAMILIES SUPPORT STUDENT ATTENDANCE? ​ Set a regular bed time and morning routine; Get clothes ready and pack backpacks the night before; Develop backup plans for getting to school if you are unable to take your child; Avoid medical appointments and extended trips when school is in session; and Talk to teachers or the school counselor if your child seems anxious about going to school. Visit the Student Portal and the CH Blog page to stay up to date on important updates. Did You Know? Attendance is the number one predictor of whether a student will drop out of school. ​ ​ The likelihood that a student will drop out increases 2.21 times for every year of chronic absenteeism. ​ ​ A student in grades 8-12 who is absent for 10 percent or more of a single school year is 7.4 times more likely to drop out. ​ ​ Students can still fall behind even if they miss just a day or two every few weeks.

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