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Nov. 09, 2020

Magabook Leadership Portfolio Rubric

from:Long, Michael

to:Magabook Leadership, PUBL 216

Oct. 28, 2020

Salvation Syllabus

from:Cadiz, Joseph

to:Salvation, RLGN 110

Sept. 23, 2020

Life and Teachings Study Guide

from:Cadiz, Joseph

to:Life and Teachings of Jesus, RLGN 211

PFY! Love ya guys.

Sept. 23, 2020

Salvation Study Guide

from:Cadiz, Joseph

to:Salvation, RLGN 110

PFY!

March 18, 2020

Souls West Spring Quarter 2020 Schedule

from:Administrator

to:All Students

Hello SOULS West Students!

Attached you will find the schedule for Spring Quarter. Stay tuned for further information as to the online platform we will be using.

Thank you & blessings!

Sept. 19, 2019

Grievance Policy 2019

from:Administrator

to:All Students, All Teachers

GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE POLICY
SOULS West
Pacific Union Conference’s Evangelism Training School


Purpose

Our grievance procedure policy explains how employees and students can voice their complaints in a constructive way. We want to resolve conflicts as soon as possible; our organization desires to foster a supportive and pleasant setting for everyone.  This policy refers to everyone in the organization regardless of position or status.  Grievances can relate to harassment, health and safety, supervisor behavior, etc. 


Procedure

Employees and students should try to resolve less important issues informally before they resort to a formal grievance. When this isn’t possible, here is how to file a grievance:

1. Communicate informally with their direct supervisor. The supervisor will try to resolve the problem. When employees or students want to complain about their supervisor, they should first try to discuss the matter and resolve it between them. In that case, they’re advised to request an informal meeting. Supervisors should try to resolve any grievance as quickly as possible. When they’re unable to do so, they should refer the matter to the SOULS West Director. If resolution is still not obtained, the matter should be referred to the Pacific Union Literature Ministries Director.

2. If the grievance relates to a supervisor behavior that can bring disciplinary action (for example, sexual harassment or violence), employees or students should refer directly to the Pacific Union Literature Ministries Director.

Note:  This procedure may vary according to the nature of the grievance.

Students, employees, or supervisors who face allegation have the right to receive a copy of the allegations against them, respond to the allegations, and appeal on any formal decision.

Note:  One of the staff volunteers, Caren White (who may be substitute teaching/etc.), is directly related to the SOULS West Director (who is also the Pacific Union Literature Ministries Associate Director).  Therefore, if any staff/student has a grievance, complaint, or conflict relating to Caren White, then the “Procedure” guidelines are amended to state that when, after an informal meeting between the two parties, resolution is not obtained, they should refer the matter, not to the SOULS West Director, but to the Pacific Union Literature Ministries Director.

Sept. 19, 2019

Grievance Policy 2019

from:Administrator

to:All Students, All Teachers

GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE POLICY
SOULS West
Pacific Union Conference’s Evangelism Training School


Purpose

Our grievance procedure policy explains how employees and students can voice their complaints in a constructive way. We want to resolve conflicts as soon as possible; our organization desires to foster a supportive and pleasant setting for everyone.  This policy refers to everyone in the organization regardless of position or status.  Grievances can relate to harassment, health and safety, supervisor behavior, etc. 


Procedure

Employees and students should try to resolve less important issues informally before they resort to a formal grievance. When this isn’t possible, here is how to file a grievance:

1. Communicate informally with their direct supervisor. The supervisor will try to resolve the problem. When employees or students want to complain about their supervisor, they should first try to discuss the matter and resolve it between them. In that case, they’re advised to request an informal meeting. Supervisors should try to resolve any grievance as quickly as possible. When they’re unable to do so, they should refer the matter to the SOULS West Director. If resolution is still not obtained, the matter should be referred to the Pacific Union Literature Ministries Director.

2. If the grievance relates to a supervisor behavior that can bring disciplinary action (for example, sexual harassment or violence), employees or students should refer directly to the Pacific Union Literature Ministries Director.

Note:  This procedure may vary according to the nature of the grievance.

Students, employees, or supervisors who face allegation have the right to receive a copy of the allegations against them, respond to the allegations, and appeal on any formal decision.

Note:  One of the staff volunteers, Caren White (who may be substitute teaching/etc.), is directly related to the SOULS West Director (who is also the Pacific Union Literature Ministries Associate Director).  Therefore, if any staff/student has a grievance, complaint, or conflict relating to Caren White, then the “Procedure” guidelines are amended to state that when, after an informal meeting between the two parties, resolution is not obtained, they should refer the matter, not to the SOULS West Director, but to the Pacific Union Literature Ministries Director.

April 07, 2019

Sample Budget Template

from:Lopez, Alexandra

to:Prin. Money Manage, BUSN 218

Attached is an excel sheet of a sample budget you can use to create your own personal budget.

March 31, 2019

Reading Assignment for Track II

from:Administrator

to:Track 2

Bill Krick will be teaching a mini intensive on Wednesday, April 3rd. Please see attachment for the reading assignment in preparation for his class.


Thank you!

Dec. 04, 2018

Grievance Policy for SOULS West

from:Administrator

to:All Students, All Teachers

Attached is a basic, one-page grievance policy for SOULS West and an addendum to the Grievance Policy, SOULS West, April, 2019

Dec. 04, 2018

Grievance Policy for SOULS West - Additional Info for Supervisors

Attached is a additional info for supervisors, as well. This second document is a supplement to the first.

Also attached is an addendum to the Grievance Policy, SOULS West, April, 2019

Dec. 04, 2018

Grievance Policy for SOULS West

from:Administrator

to:All Students, All Teachers

Attached is a basic, one-page grievance policy for SOULS West and an addendum to the Grievance Policy, SOULS West, April, 2019

Nov. 05, 2018

CARE Group Resource

Attached are CARE Group Resources - training, guidelines, lesson studies, ice breaker ideas, Q&A ideas for sharing time, song book, etc.

Nov. 04, 2018

2018 FALL INTENSIVE: Philosophy of Publishing

from:Administrator

to:Track 1

PHILOSOPHY OF PUBLISHING
2018 FALL INTENSIVE
INITIAL ASSIGNMENT


Read Publishing Ministry by Ellen White, chapters 4, 18-29, and 38-40.  Be sure to read carefully chapter 4, “God’s Purpose in the Publishing Work.”  Spend as much time as you can reading, getting the main ideas from the chapters listed above.  Write a response paper, 500-1,000 words (typed, of course), interacting with and responding to the material, and quoting sections which especially impressed you personally.  State why those particular sections impressed you.  (Pat answers and clichés are strictly forbidden.)  Try to include things which you:

a) never knew Ellen White said
b) just realized we’ve been doing in our programs all along
c) see can make our current work better
d) can apply to yourself, specifically
e) etc.

The main idea of this assignment is to interact with the ideas and thoughts in Publishing Ministry.

This assignment is worth 30% of your total grade, and is due by noon Sunday, November 18.  (Class will begin Sunday afternoon November 18.)  Please turn in your assignment to Jenny Kim.  No credit will be given for assignments handed in late.  I recommend the non-procrastinator route.  (Besides, this book is so interesting.)  If you have not completed your assignment by noon Sunday, November 18, please turn in whatever you have completed.

I look forward to spending time with you in a few days.

In the Blessed Hope,

Bill Krick
Literature Ministries Director
Pacific Union Conference of SDA
bill.krick@adventistfaith.com

Sept. 15, 2018

Ed Church Wknd Seminar

from:Tuazon, Candice

to:Philosophy of Education, EDUC 112

Please carefully read and print out a copy of the attached document "Christian Education Church Weekend Seminar" and include it in your Education portfolio.--CT

Sept. 13, 2018

Lesson Plan 1.2

from:Lopez, Alexandra

to:Health and Healing, HLTH 101

Hi All,

Attached you will find a sample of Lesson Plan 1.2 - Physical Fitness Test

Thanks!
Alix

May 06, 2018

Schedule Change!

from:Tuazon, Candice

to:Marriage and the Family, RLGN 113, Speech, EDUC 102

There is a schedule change for the next two days. 

May 06, 2018

Schedule Change!

from:Tuazon, Candice

to:Marriage and the Family, RLGN 113, Speech, EDUC 102

There is a schedule change for the next two days. 

Sept. 10, 2017

Imp. New Schedule Changes

from:Tuazon, Candice

to:Philosophy of Education, EDUC 112

Attn: Both Tracks

New schedule for Sunday (9-10-17) and Monday (9-11-17):


Track 1--

Per. 1 Salvation

Per. 2 Daniel

Per. 3 Ed

Lunch

Per. 4 How2StdyBible

Per. 5 Business


Track 2--

Per. 1 Rev.

Per. 2 Health

Per. 3 StdyHall/Prep

Lunch

Per. 4 LTJesus

Per. 5 Bible Work

Sept. 24, 2014

Midterm Tomorrow

from:Fukuda, Monica

to:Bible Work, BLWK 316

Just a reminder that you have a midterm test tomorrow. First period for Biblework class