SAIL High School

A School for Arts and Innovative Learning

Enrollment 2020-2021

Welcome

  • Welcome to SAIL’s website! The purpose of this website is to provide an easy and convenient way for parents, students, staff, and community partners to access the latest school information, news, and events. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions, concerns, or ideas. We are looking forward to an awesome 18-19 school year! Thanks for visiting our website.


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Important Information

  • Office Hours

    • Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
    • Morning Supervision from 7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m.
    • Afternoon Supervision from 2:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.
    • Office Phone# 850-488-2468

    Attendance 

    • In an effort to streamline our processes, SAIL High School Attendance is now accepting email!
    • Simply email your excuse note to the following email address:  SAILAttendance@Leonschools.net  
    • Please indicate the student name, dates of absences and reasons for absences.  Should you include a doctors note, please indicate that it can be found on the attachment.
    • Questions?  Please call Jessica Chapman, Assistant Principal at 850-488-2468 or email chapmanj@leonschools.net

     

    • Attendance message line is still available, but we will be phasing it out this semester.
    • Attendance message line is 850-617-5929  (available 24 hours, 7 days a week)
    • Please call within 24 hours to excuse an absence and explain why the student is absent.

    Listserv

    • Make sure to sign up for our email newsletters. Join our Listserv here

    PTSO

    • Become active in the Parent Student Teacher Organization. For more information click here.

    Contact Information

Mission and Goals

  •  SAIL High School Mission and Goals Statement

    Our Mission is to provide an educational choice for high school students in Leon County. By way of an innovative, high-quality, respectful and caring environment, SAIL seeks to provide a diverse student population with the foundation necessary to become responsible citizens in a global community.

    Community of Respect—Continue our safe, caring and respectful school climate.

    Literacy—Increase our knowledge and critical thinking skills by reading and writing in every discipline.

    Health/Fitness-Students and staff will move more, eat healthy foods and get more mentally and physically fit.

    College and Career Readiness- All SAIL graduates will be academically ready and eligible to pursue their postsecondary goals.

    Community Outreach—SAIL will communicate who we are to other schools and to the community through our actions and deeds. Students will create opportunities to serve others in the community.

    The Arts—Students will be exposed to the arts and find their “inner artist”. They will become actively involved in the arts through school-wide activities and community outreach.

    Going Greener – SAIL will recycle, reuse, and reduce to shrink our carbon footprint. We will also garden, compost and become more energy efficient.

    STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math – Sail will offer coursework, support, and educational options which will encompass the tenets of the sciences.

    Cultural Diversity – The SAIL community will promote an atmosphere of cultural acceptance and awareness.


    Respect
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     Respect is the guiding principle of our school. We expect everyone to adhere to the following guidelines:

    • Respect your fellow humans. No bullying, put-downs, gossip or abusive/ insulting language or harassment, including on Social Media. This includes all forms of sexual, racial, national origin, disability or other forms of discrimination or harassment.
    • Be true to yourself and others. No lying, forgery, cheating, or plagiarism.
    • Respect everyone’s right to learn, work, and teach. No disrupting classes. No sleeping in class.
    • Let’s keep our campus beautiful. No littering, graffiti, or destruction of property. No food or drinks in class.
    • Be aware of your classmates with food allergies.
    • Come to school. No skipping or being late to class.
    • Expand your vocabulary. Eschew vulgar language.
    • Learn to resolve differences creatively. No fighting or weapons.
    • Give your body a chance. No smoking, alcohol, or drugs.
    • Respect yourself, peers, staff, teachers, and neighborhood

School Updates & News

  •  Blood Drive

    Monday January 27, 2020

    8:30 am - 1 pm

    All donors will receive a OneBlood Long Sleeve T-Shirt, a coupon for a FREE Small Papa John’s Pizza, and a wellness checkup! All donors MUST EAT A FULL MEAL and BRING PHOTO ID before donating blood. Parental consent form needs to be signed for all 16 year olds in advance of the drive day! Please sign up in the Media Center!


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  • YearBookCover

    Yearbook Cover Competition Has Begun !!!


    • 8.5 x 11 - Standard Paper Size
    • Full Color
    • Any Design (or the theme-Vaporwave)
    Due: Friday January 24
    Turn In: email to sailjournalism@gmail.com Or click on the yellow start, My YearbookTurn in your pages here > Cover Art Submissions ** Or see Emily in the Media Center if you have questions **


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  • Math

    SATURDAY MATH CAMP (is back)
    • WHERE: Comp Lab 2
    • WHEN: 10 AM - 1 PM
    • DATE: January 25, 2020

    Upcoming tentative dates: 2/22, 3/7, 3/28, 4/18, 4/25, 5/9


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  • 411 wfsu  Teen Tapings      

    Do You Have Opinions?  Do You Want to Share Them?

    See Caitlin to sign up to participate in an upcoming episode of Teen 411. Upcoming topics include:

    • January 16 - stressed out: students discuss things in life that are causing stress

    • February 13 - facial recognition: does it violate our constitutional rights of privacy?

    • March 5  - Blended families: living with step brothers/sisters and step parents

    • April 2 - Friends: who are your friends; how much time do you spend with them etc.

    • April 30 - Presidential race/election

    • May 14 - plastics are taking over our environment!

    Anyone who is interested in signing up, click here to go to the sign up page ...

    We Need You !!!


     

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  • CCYS Any students interested in joining CCYS’s Youth Advisory Board should email Taylor Biro at: taylor@ccys.org ... They are looking for youth interested in being involved in their community and want to make a difference in the lives of their peers.


     

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  • Free ESE Workshops


     

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  • Scholarship Opportunities 

    Click here to go to the Guidance page for more information.

    Deadlines are approaching fast !!!

    Click here to go to the Guidance page for more information.


     

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SpotLights

  • Congratulations to SAIL’s 2020 MLK Dreamers and Doers - Madeleine and Connor!

    They were recognized today at the annual MLK Commemorative Breakfast sponsored by the Tallahassee Branch NAACP and Leon County Schools.

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  • Ethan We are proud to announce that Ethan Dhanarajan has been awarded the Josiah Penfield scholarship at Mercer University valued at $25,000 !!! This is a huge feat! We are very proud of Ethan and all the great people who have contributed to his education !!! Congratulations Ethan !!! 

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  • Youth Forum

    Jaylinn James and Jadin Jarvis were amazing advocates !

    All of SAIL is proud, and thanks you for being great representatives !!!

    Youth Forum 

    (was) Monday January 20, 2020

    Florida's Capitol Courtyard

    400 S. Monroe Street


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    • Shout out to our new National Honors Society members. Thanks Mari and NHS for welcoming these new members during induction last week.
    • Wow! Amazing job to all the students who participated in the Winter Concert last weekend. So much talent!  Thanks to Danny and everyone who made it possible.
    • Congratulations to our students who repped SAIL at the Winterfest competition last week. Great job to our award winners and everyone who participated.  Thanks Sheri and Jeff for supporting and facilitating this event.
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  • tcc On Nov. 12 Tallahassee Community College announced a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation at the inaugural STEM summit.

    This grant will provide 60 students with full tuition and fees over the next four years.

    Applications are now available, and the college will select the first 15 group of recipients for the fall 2020 semester who will have their tuition and fees covered. Students also will be provided tutoring, mentors, travel opportunities and will be encouraged to conduct research under faculty advisement.


     

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  • Hello Students!
    You have a special opportunity to let us know what you think! As a student in a Florida public district or charter school, your experiences and opinions are really important to us.A short survey has been designed that will take you at most 10 minutes to complete.Your responses will remain absolutely confidential.Use the following link

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B5GR6NS


     

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Around the District

  • Reading & Math Pals at Hawks Rise (VIDEO)

    Hawks Rise Elementary School students have Reading and Math Pals thanks to the United Way of the Big Bend. The program pairs mentors with students who need individual attention in math and reading. Students love the friendship and one on one support after school.

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  • Your Vote. Your Voice.

    Join us at your high school's media center.

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  • Why Do Students Listen In This Classroom? (Video)

    Answer? It's not because she is Trikia White, LCS Teacher of the Year. Click her picture and listen to what she has to say.

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  • LCSB Meeting (Replay)

    Leon County School Board Meeting rebroadcast (Originally aired January 14, 2020)

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