Rockwood Families: Review Your Students' Academic Planner Selections by Friday, Feb. 9
Rockwood School District families with students in eighth through 11th grade should review the course selections they have made in the Infinite Campus Academic Planner before the application window closes on Friday, Feb. 9, at 4 p.m.
In November, Rockwood school counselors started meeting with students in eighth through 11th grade to explain the Four-Year Academic Planning process. Students were encouraged to follow the steps outlined in their enrollment packet to develop their plan and enter it into the Infinite Campus Academic Planner by Friday, Feb. 9 at 4 p.m. At that time, the Academic Planner will be closed for further changes.
After the Academic Planner is closed, several additional steps will take place.
- High school counselors will be holding advisement meetings with students through April to review Academic Plans and discuss course selections.
- Parents will receive communication explaining how to review and approve their student’s Academic Plan sometime in May, once Academic Advisement is complete.
To complete this process, please refer to the Planning Packet, Course Maps and Infinite Campus Academic Planner Instructions that you received via ParentSquare message. Please also refer to the Rockwood Canvas course about the Academic Planning process as well as the Rockwood high school course catalog.
Thank you for working with us to ensure all students have a full understanding of the available coursework to help plan for a successful high school experience.
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