PARENTAL/GUARDIAN CONSENT TO COMPLETE HSP PROJECTEach student participating the the High School Project are required to have their parent/guardian complete the online consent form BEFORE beginning their HSP.Parents are agreeing to the following:
- HSP is divided into 5 sections that have to be completed in order to receive credit for the HSP - Proposal, Brochure, Project, Portfolio, Presentation
- Student may work on activity during their senior year with at least 15 hours being logged during the course of the year. All activity hours are to be accompanied by an Activity Log.
- The student is responsible for requesting ANY resources or assistance in order to complete the HSP.
- The project activity the student elects to pursue is a decision made independently of the staff and administration of Sunnyvale ISD.
- All activities are the responsibility of the student and his or her parent/guardian.
- Every project must be represent a learning stretch for the student.
- If student is found guilty of forging required signatures, plagiarism, or failure to successfully complete any one componet of the HSP, they will not receive credit; therefore, they will not be eligable to graduate with honors or receive endorsement for the HSP on their final transcript.
- Parent gives permission to complete the HSP and agrees to release the school district and its employees from all claims arising from financial obligation incurred, or damage, injury, or accident suffered while student participates in the project chosen.
Sunnyvale High School encourages seniors to consider the safety factor when selecting their projects. SISD reserves the right to reject any inappropriate, dangerous or illegal project.
PARENTAL/GUARDIAN CONSENT - HSP MENTOREach student participating the the High School Project are required to have their parent/guardian complete the online consent form concerning the student's mentor BEFORE beginning their HSP.Parents are agreeing to the following:
- Student will be required to have a mentor that has knowledge and experience in his/her topic who can provide support and guidance to your son/daughter.
- Selected mentor must be at least 21 years or older who has a minumum of 3 years expertise and experience in the topic your child has chosen.
- The mentor can answer questions, provide guidance, provide encouragement and motivation, give information on how to access resources, help develop relevant research topics and research questions, provide "how to" information and general support.
- Student is required to meet with mentor a MINIMUM of 3 times throughout the project and keep a Mentor Log that both student and mentor sign-off on after each meeting. The meetings CAN be virtual.
- Student's mentor CANNOT be a parent or relative of your child or a SISD faculty/administration employee.
- Student may select more than one mentor. If more than one mentor is selected, consent form will need to be completed for each mentor.
- Mentors do not have to live in the community but it has been found that it works much easier if they live close by. The mentor needs to see the product at its various stages and this would be difficult with a distant relationship. The mentor must evaluate the student's final product. However, in today's highly connected would, mentors and students may find a way to have a meaningful student/mentor meeting online.
Please see Mrs. Tolleson if you would like to request a paper copy of the Parent/Guardian Consent Forms for HSP