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1 2011 – 2012

2 Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC) Accredited California Model Continuation School

3 Principal – Mr. Gordon Chamberlin Counselor/ROP Specialist - Mrs. Karen Edwards Secretary – Cheryl Kasa Attendance – Jeanne Melodia Records Clerk – Jane DeRose

4 voluntary placement an alternative settings for credit deficient students to receive a high school diploma. Graduate on time or early graduation opportunity to return back to their home school at the beginning of the school year or of 2 nd semester (if credit appropriate).

5 small classroom setting (25 to 1) Homeroom (Mondays only) no homework (extra credit optional) all school material (paper, pencils, books etc.) (No backpacks) flexible class schedules daily credit

6 Mondays ONLY PLC (teachers only) 7:45 am – 8:45 am Period 1 8:55 am – 9:30 am Period 2 9:33 am – 10:08 am Period 3 10:11 am – 10:46 am Break (afternoon students arrive) Period 4 11:02 am – 11:37 am Period 5 11:40 am – 12:00 pm HOMEROOM Period 6 12:03 pm – 12:38 pm Break (morning only students dismissed) Period 7 12:54 pm – 1:29 pm Period 8 1:32 pm – 2:07 pm Period 9 2:10 pm – 2:45 pm

7 AM Schedule Period 0 7:00 am – 7:55 am Period 1 7:58 am – 8:43 am Period 2 8:46 am – 9:31 am Period 3 9:34 am – 10:19 am BREAK (afternoon students arrive) Period 4 10:35 am – 11:20 am Period 6 11:23 am – 12:08 am PM Schedule Period 4 10:35 am – 11:20 pm Period 6 11:23 am – 12:08 pm BREAK (AM students dismissed) Period 7 12:24 pm – 1:09 pm Period 8 1:12 pm – 1:57 pm Period 9 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm

8 El Dorado, Esperanza, Valencia, Yorba Linda 230 Credits Requirements: 6 classes earning 5 credits each semester (4 quarters) 30 credits = One semester (passing all classes) 40 hrs. of Community Service Students must earn the following credits each year : 9 th grade = 60 credits 10 th grade = 120 credits 11 th grade = 180 credits 12 th grade = 230 credits

9 El Camino Real High School 210 Credits Students can earn: 24 credits = quarter (with an 8 period day) 48 credits = semester 96 credits = a year **potential to earn 3 credits per class per quarter** 60 hrs. of community service Pass state exam - CAHSEE (English/Math)

10 Productive Days DAYS CREDIT

11 El Dorado, Esperanza, Valencia & Yorba Linda 11 th grade Beginning of school year = 120+ credits 2 nd semester = 150 credits 12 th grade Beginning of school year = 180 credits 2 nd semester = 200 Goal: Student/Parent let counselor know in advance Extra credits = Shorter School Day

12 How to earn credits Daily attendance Being on time Full day schedule (after 10 consecutive days) 0 period Homework (extra credit) PLATO (computer classes) Night School ROP courses School fieldtrips Spanish Test Summer School Work Experience Community Service Hours 60 hrs. = 5 credits (graduation requirement) 120 hrs. = 10 credits (max students can earn)

13 Attendance (tardiness, absences, suspension) Non productive days Not adding extra classes Losing classes/full day schedule ** Students lack of school performance can lead to schedule changes at any given time without student/parent consent. IT IS A CHOICE NOT A PRIVILIGE

14 ROP is an accredited career-technical/vocational training program for students and adults. Courses are FREE to all high school students (some material charges may apply) Students have priority registration Courses are offered at high schools, four centers and a variety of locations in Orange County Students can earn high school and/or college credit while advancing in college courses.

15 ROP Courses Benefits Career Training for Transition (job placement) Medical Automotive Culinary Computer Graphics Welding Photography Fire Tech Restaurant & Retail Law Enforcement and more… Personal growth Career development New skills Job placement School credit Career options College Advancement Certificate of completion FREE

16 Membership Fee $10 Membership fees assists with the following: o Student field trips (transportation) o School incentives (raffle prizes, gift cards etc.) o Assemblies o Scholarship for seniors Your membership is much appreciated

17 School of Origin Checkout Procedures Return all textbook/library books See finance clerk Pay outstanding fines/fees Get yellow paper signed at the end of the day


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