Congratulations to all our SAGE All Stars!
School Spirit: Emma Oien
School Leadership: Bailey Blake, Willeta Harris, Gabe Nixon
Perfect Attendance: Gabby Pena
Social Studies: Kahlia Miller
Language Arts: LaSonja Bady
Science: Catrina Hill
Math: Jaelyn Rust
Fine Arts: LaVeah Bailey
Life Fitness: Gabby Pena
Best PJs: Emma Oien
Best Sportswear: Mallory Nayes
Best Advisory Spirit: Bailey Blake
Best Halloween Costume: Makeil Willas-Dass
Virtual College Fair
Come join Brooklynk for two quick and informational sessions with HTC and NHCC -- both 30 minutes long on December 4th from 12:00pm – 1:00pm. Come learn about the resources they offer, their admissions processes, and some college readiness tips.
Open to all young people! Ages 14-24.
Here is the zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/99740633487
Virtual Career Fair
BrookLynk is hosting a virtual youth job fair to connect young people to job opportunities around them (mainly entry level positions). The event is on Monday, December 14th, 11-1pm. Youth will hear from employers who are looking to hire. We will have half of the hour for young people to hear from the employers and then youth will be able to speak directly to employers themselves.
We invite you to share the attached flyer with youth (14-24) and other youth program partners. All youth are welcome!
Change to Chill : Mental Well-Being Live Sessions for Students and Parents
SCHOOL TEENS and PARENTS: Well-being sessions hosted by Change to Chill
Free well-being sessions for teens and their caregivers are being offered through the Allina Health Change to Chill program. The 60-minute virtual sessions will cover general topics like coping with change, grief and anxiety, as well as exploring healing practices. Sessions for those most impacted by COVID-19 and the civil unrest will be led by culturally competent community leaders and mental health counselors. For more information and to register for sessions, visit the Change to Chill Website.
Future dates and target audience; all sessions are free via Zoom from 7 to 8 PM
November 12 All teens
November 17 Latinx parents/caregivers (Provided in Spanish)
November 19 Latinx teens
December 1 Native parents
December 3 Native teens
December 7 LGBTQIA+ teens
December 8 Black parents
December 10 Black teens
After School Program
Starting Oct. 20, 2020, SAGE will be offering an afterschool program that allows students to work with educators one-on-one. Every Tuesday and Wednesday during distance learning, staff will be available 4:30-6:30 to provide additional support virtually. Students must sign up prior to 10:30 am of that day. There is a limited number of slots open each night so it is important to sign up early. Students can sign up by calling or texting 651-583-6198 or email email@example.com.
Hennepin County Library Student Support Service
The library offers online homework help 7 days a week. They also offer many online resources for students as well as events to support student study skills. To access the help, go to https://www.hclib.org/programs/homework-help
Call For School Board Members SAGE Academy is currently seeking school board members. If you are interested, please contact Dean Heller at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Listening Session: Each month, SAGE Leadership Team will provide parents with a time to meet with them virtual to answer any questions and provide supports. Dates: Sep. 24, Oct.22, Nov. 24, Dec. 16, Jan. 20, Feb. 24, Mar. 24, Apr. 21, May 19
Time: 4:00 pm
Google Meet link: https://meet.google.com/lookup/h2vnogvjeo
Distance Learning Contact Information
Attendance Line, Lunch Program: 651-583-6198,
Programming, Enrollment: 651-583-6199,
Special Education: 651-243-0066,
504, PSEO, SEL: 651-583-6210,
Staff Open Office Hours
Cari-Ana Garcia Luna 3:10-3:55
Josh Bickert 12:07-12:55
Cam Reed 3:10-3:55
Leslie Geist 11:15-12:00
Laurie Traxler 10:22-11:10
Amy Kinney 10:22-11:10
Molly Zupon 11:15-12:00
Anna Sepeda 12:10-12:55
Deven Michels 3:10-3:55
https://meet.google.com/lookup/agdzdekxi7 Joseph Norby- White 2:20-3:05