Presentation on theme: "The mission of Shorewood High School is to educate students, to cultivate a desire for life-long improvement, and to nurture a sense of responsibility,"— Presentation transcript:
The mission of Shorewood High School is to educate students, to cultivate a desire for life-long improvement, and to nurture a sense of responsibility, integrity, and good citizenship, within the framework of a challenging curriculum.
53 Minute Periods Zero Hour6:45 - 7:30 Period 1 7:35 - 8:28 Period 28:33 - 9:26 Period 39: :24 Period 410: :28 2 Min. of 4 th Period Lunch11: :13 Period 512:18 - 1:11 Period 6 1:16 - 2:09 Period 7 2:14 - 3:07 43 Minute Periods Zero Hour6:45 - 7:30 Period 1 7:35 - 8:18 Period 28:23 - 9:06 Homeroom9:11 - 9:26 Period 39: :14 Period 410: :06 2 Min. of 4 th Period Lunch11: :51 Period 511: :39 Period 6 12:44 - 1:27 Period 7 1:32 - 2:15
Lunch: Open Campus SHS Curriculum Handbook Parent & Student Handbook Activity Code Transition Events: ☻ SIS Course Selection ☻ 8 th Grade Parent Orientation Evening ☻ SIS Spring Tour & ☻ FresHound RoundUP Online Orientation Activities ☻ August Orientation Evening For Parents & Students ☻ Peer Mentor Small Lunch Group Meetings (First 8wks)
Attendance + Attitude + Effort = Success “In high school, everything counts” Make connections… * Get to know your teachers * Make new friends Get Involved Ask for help when you need it
School Calendar Review the School Calendar of Events-Get Involved Attendance Know the Attendance Policies and Procedures Activities Code Review SHS Activities Code & Student/Parent Handbook Student/Parent Handbook Graduation Requirements Get Familiar with Graduation Requirements Standardized Test Review Standardized Test Results Choose Appropriate Courses Help your student Choose Appropriate Courses each year Get Involved Encourage your student to Get Involved
Amnesty International AFS (American Field Service) Art Club AVOC ( Audio-Visual & Other Content) Camera Club Chess Club Culinary Arts Drama Club Forensics Magic Club Math Team Mock Trial (tryout required) Model UN National Honor Society (apply Junior year) Pegasus (Literature Magazine) PEER MENTORS (Application Required) Photo Club Ripples (School Newspaper) Student Council (elected office) AND MANY, MANY MORE
INCLUDES: 4 Year Academic Plan Clubs & Activities Personal & Career Goals Prepare for Standardize Tests Freshmen: Explore Sophomores: Plan Juniors: PSAT(fall) ACT/SAT (spring)
SAMPLE: SHS FRESHMAN SCHEDULE WORKSHEET HR SEMESTER ONESEMESTER TWO CREDIT TOTALS 0 OPTION IF FULL SCHEDULE AND WANT TO TAKE ART BEFORE SCHOOL 0/2 1 ENGLISH I (REQUIRED) 2 2 AMERICAN SOCIETY (REQUIRED) 2 3 INTEGRATED HEALTH (REQUIRED) 2 4 INTEGRATED MATH I OR INTEGRATED MATH II Teacher Recommendation 2 5 INTEGRATED SCIENCE OR BIOLOGY Teacher Recommendation INTEGRATED SCIENCE OR BIOLOGY Teacher Recommendation 2 6 ELECTIVE COURSE (REQUIRED) World Language, Visual/Performing/Applied Arts 2 7 ELECTIVE COURSE OR STUDY PERIOD ELECTIVE COURSE OR STUDY PERIOD ?
46 Credits for Graduation 8 credits of English 6 credits of Math 6 credits of Science 6 credits of Social Studies 2 credits of Integrated Health 2 credits of Physical Education 2 credits of Visual/Performing/Applied Arts 14 credits of Electives
VISUAL/PERFORMING/APPLIED ARTS Art I (year) or Art Dynamics is Zero Hour Introduction to Graphic Art & Design (semester) Intermediate Graphic Art & Design (semester) Concert Band (year) Concert Choir (year) String Orchestra (year) Drama I (semester or year) Drama II(semester or year) Technical Theater (year) Intro to Culinary Arts I (semester) Intro to Culinary Arts II (semester) Ripples Newspaper (year) MATH (see recommendation sheet) Integrated Math I Integrated Math II SCIENCE (see teacher recommendation) Integrated Science (year) Biology (year) concurrent with Math II & Science Dept recommendation WORLD LANGUAGES French (year) Spanish (year)
GREY RED PEOPLEYOUSHOULDKNOW
The K-12 Counseling Program implemented in the Shorewood School District is intended to address the needs of the “whole child” at developmentally appropriate age levels and to build a foundation of good decision-making skills that serves the student into adulthood.
SIS 8 th Grade Lunch Tours: Students eat lunch on campus and SHS Ambassadors lead small groups of students on a tour of campus while answering questions. Non SIS 8 th Grade Shadow & Lunch Students shadow a current Freshman for a half day and stay for a question/answer lunch session.
Peer Mentor Program All Freshmen will be assigned a Peer Mentor Small Group. Meetings are held at lunch to model/teach skills & strategies needed for student success. There is a possibility of individual meetings with the Mentor if grades are low after first quarter and/or first semester.
FresHounds Online Summer Freshmen Orientation created for students to access information through out the summer. Students will get to know about their teachers, what to expect in high school, and connect with their peers and mentors using technology.
First Day Class Meeting We meet with all Freshmen in the Auditorium to introduce how to make the next 4 years of high school a success. All Freshmen receive a packet of information to take home and refer back to the information that was shared. We discuss setting goals for freshman year that are reviewed with Peer Mentors to set an Action Plan.
Website: Phone: High School Attendance Office Student Support Services Mandy Kluck (Students Last Name N-Z) Jennifer Runde (Students Last Name A-M)