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Dear Parents

YOUR CHILD WILL NOT BE ABLE TO START 7TH GRADE WITHOUT PROOF OF THE TDAP IMMUNIZATION.

In accordance with state law EVERY student entering 7th grade must provide proof of a Tdap immunization.  Verification of this required immunization must be received prior to your student registering for 7th grade in late August.  You may submit this verification at anytime prior to registration.  If your child has already received the immunization, please provide proof to the health office or you may attach a copy to the course selection paperwork.  Please call the Health office at 760-331-6190 if you have questions or need to confirm if you previously submitted proof of the immunization. If your child is missing additional required  immunizations you will be contacted individually.
 

Dress Code

Our school dress code  is very important on campus. Please take the time to become familiar with it in order to reinforce appropriate school dress at Aviara Oaks Middle school.

Attendance & Checking Your Student out During School Hours

Please click here for attendance policies and the process for checking your student out of school during school hours.

Important Reading for Parents about Bullying and Cyberbullying

North County Resources

Being a teenager in San Diego is tough.  There are difficult choices to be made and pressures to deal with everyday.  Sometimes it will be up to you to make your own choices but there may be times when you need some outside help.  This resource guide was made with the intention to get you help when you need it.  

If you need help - ask!  Everyone has problems that are difficult to handle and nobody wants you to deal with them on your own.  There is a solution to every problem so keep asking until you get someone that cares.

North County Resource Guide

Parents--Tips for Success

  • Attend Back-to-School Night: Each teacher will review their class expectations and will explain their grading policy.  In addition, they will share the best way to get in contact with them and how parents can monitor their student’s progress.
  • Check your student’s planner: Each student is provided a school planner free-of-charge.  Review the planner on a daily basis to monitor that assignments are being written and completed.
  • Access the school website on a regular basis: Many teachers have class websites that allow parents to monitor daily assignments and even grades.  In addition, the school website has up-to-date announcements.
  • Write down progress report dates in your calendar:  
    • 1st Grading Period ends on October 8, 2021; Progress Report available on October 15, 2021.
    • 2nd Grading Period ends on November 19, 2021; Progress Report available on December 3, 2021.
    • First Semester ends on January 20, 2022; Report Card available on January 28, 2022.
    • 4th Grading Period ends on March 4, 2022; Progress Report available on March 11, 2022.
    • 5th Grading Period ends on April 15, 2022; Progress Report available on April 29, 2022.
    • Second Semester ends on June 9, 2022; Report Card on  June 17, 2022

40 Developmental Assets

An important tool that counselors use when working with students is analyzing how many internal and external developmental assets they possess. Counselors help students with transition to and the pressures that come with adolescence. Curious about the 40 Developmental Assets? Want to know how many Developmental Assets your child has? Click Below!

40 Developmental Assets

What should I do if my child is not achieving to his/her ability level?

1st: Talk to your student.  Find out what he/she is struggling with and what steps he/she has taken to get help. Work with him/her to self-advocate. 

2nd: Weekly Progress Reports:   Students and parents can monitor weekly progress by using the Weekly Progress Report.  Every Friday, the student takes the WPR to his/ her teacher at the beginning of the period and brings it home to the parents at the end-of-the-day.

3rd: Communicate with the teacher. Is the student struggling with tests, quizzes, homework, and/ or behavior?  Ask about what classroom interventions might help to improve the student’s achievement level in the class.

4th: Wait a few weeks to see if performance improves. 

5th: If classroom and home interventions are still not effective, communicate with the counselor about other available interventions.

Parent Tips