Welcome to the Community Resource (CR) Program
  
A CR course is a class that...
you create for graduation credit. It appears on your schedule in PowerSchool.
It counts as one of your 6 classes and counts in your GPA. 

CR Applications are closed for
1st semester, 2017-18:
1st window: May 15 to June 7
2nd window: August 15 to Sept 8

CR ORIENTATION / FIRST DOCUMENTATION CHECK MEETING:

**NEW** ALL CR STUDENTS MUST ATTEND ONE MEETING.  IF YOU ARE NEW TO CR, A MONITOR WILL REVIEW THE WORK THAT YOU HAVE COMPLETED SO FAR WHILE YOU COMPLETE THE FACE TO FACE ORIENTATION.  IF YOU HAVE PREVIOUSLY COMPLETED A CR, YOU CAN COMPLETE THE VIRTUAL ORIENTATION ON YOUR OWN TIME AND JUST SHOW YOUR WORK TO THE MONITOR AND LEAVE.


Monday, Sep 18 @ Pioneer HS during both lunch periods: Computer Lab: C231

Tuesday, Sep 19 @ Huron HS during both lunch periods: Library Computer Lab

Wednesday, Sep 20 @ Community HS @ lunch (11:15) Library Computer Lab

Wednesday, Sep 20 @ Skyline HS during both lunch periods: iCommons Lab

Thursday, Sep 21 @ Community HS @ lunch (11:15): Library Computer Lab


*Virtual Orientation: Submit your orientation in the assignment section in Moodle.


Multimedia Storytelling CR


    Please note
    • Students who have permission from the UM instructor to attend class at UM as a CR student should begin attending the class on the day that class begins.

    • All CR courses will appear on PowerSchool once approved by the CR monitor. If the CR is denied, the student and parent will be notified before the district drop/add deadline.  

    • Student and parent will receive an email detailing the important dates and requirements of the CR program within the first few weeks of the semester.

    • All students must complete a CR orientation.


    A CR is special because you get to create the class based on what YOU want to study! Here's what you need to do: 
    • Find a QUALIFIED volunteer to work with you for about 3-4 hours a week 
    • Work independently for another hour or two (or more based on your interest) 
    • Put together the curriculum and course plan with your volunteer instructor and guidance from the CR office. 
    You can also work as a volunteer in a SERVICE CR.  Talk to your Forum Leader or someone in the CR Office about how to follow your passion!