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Welcome to Pickerington Junior High Schools Lakeview Jeff Clark, Principal Michelle Watts, Asst. Principal Ridgeview Susan Caudill, Principal Milton Folson,

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2 Welcome to Pickerington Junior High Schools Lakeview Jeff Clark, Principal Michelle Watts, Asst. Principal Ridgeview Susan Caudill, Principal Milton Folson, Asst. Principal

3 School Counselors Lakeview Nerma Cockrell Shannon Trexler Lakeview Nerma Cockrell Shannon Trexler Ridgeview Eileen McGarvey Kris Owen

4 School Information Lakeview  Ault Road Pickerington, Oh Lakeview  Ault Road Pickerington, Oh Ridgeview  Hill Road Pickerington, Oh Welcome Center - located at Ridgeview Hill Road Pickerington, OH 43147

5 Student Day  School day for students is from 8:05 am - 2:25 pm  Our day has 7 periods, which includes 6 periods of academic classes and 1 period of lunch. There is an 18 minute Advisory period built into the schedule each day following second period.  School day for students is from 8:05 am - 2:25 pm  Our day has 7 periods, which includes 6 periods of academic classes and 1 period of lunch. There is an 18 minute Advisory period built into the schedule each day following second period.

6 Current Bell Schedule Per 1 8:05-8:54 (49 mins.) Per 2 8:58-9:46 (48 mins.) ADV 9:46-10:04 (18 mins.) Per 3 10:08-10:56 (48 mins.) Per 4 11:01-11:49 (48 mins.) Per 5 11:53-12:41 (48 mins.) Per 6 12:45-1:33 (48 mins.) Per 7 1:37-2:25 (48 mins.) Per 1 8:05-8:54 (49 mins.) Per 2 8:58-9:46 (48 mins.) ADV 9:46-10:04 (18 mins.) Per 3 10:08-10:56 (48 mins.) Per 4 11:01-11:49 (48 mins.) Per 5 11:53-12:41 (48 mins.) Per 6 12:45-1:33 (48 mins.) Per 7 1:37-2:25 (48 mins.)

7 Classes that students must take:  English  Math  Science  Social Studies  Lunch  English  Math  Science  Social Studies  Lunch

8 English 7th Grade  English 7  Accelerated Eng. 7 (by permission only) 7th Grade  English 7  Accelerated Eng. 7 (by permission only) 8th Grade  English 8  Accelerated Eng. 8 (by permission only) **All students will select English 7/8 and will automatically be placed into accelerated based upon test scores.

9 7th Grade Math 7th Grade  Math 7  Accelerated Math 7 - by permission only (this course consists of all of 7th grade math curriculum plus 1/2 of 8th) All students will select the math course they wish to take. However, students will be placed into accelerated based upon test scores. High School Credit Option - By permission only  Algebra 1 (1.0) (this course consists of parts of the 8th grade curriculum and all of the Algebra 1 curriculum) 7th Grade  Math 7  Accelerated Math 7 - by permission only (this course consists of all of 7th grade math curriculum plus 1/2 of 8th) All students will select the math course they wish to take. However, students will be placed into accelerated based upon test scores. High School Credit Option - By permission only  Algebra 1 (1.0) (this course consists of parts of the 8th grade curriculum and all of the Algebra 1 curriculum)

10 8th Grade Math 8th Grade  Math 8 High School Credit Option - By permission only  Algebra 1 (1.0) (this course consists of 1/2 of the 8th grade curriculum and all of the Algebra 1 curriculum)  Geometry 1 (1.0) (must have credit for Algebra 1) 8th Grade  Math 8 High School Credit Option - By permission only  Algebra 1 (1.0) (this course consists of 1/2 of the 8th grade curriculum and all of the Algebra 1 curriculum)  Geometry 1 (1.0) (must have credit for Algebra 1)

11 Science 7th Grade  Science 7 8th Grade  Science 8 High School Credit Option - By permission only  Integrated Science (1.0) (This course also covers 8th grade Life & Earth Science as well as the Integrated Science material) 7th Grade  Science 7 8th Grade  Science 8 High School Credit Option - By permission only  Integrated Science (1.0) (This course also covers 8th grade Life & Earth Science as well as the Integrated Science material)

12 Social Studies 7th Grade  Social Studies 7 7th Grade  Social Studies 7 8th Grade  Social Studies 8

13 Electives  There are two types of electives: 1. Semester (2 quarters) 2. Year-long (4 quarters)  Students must take 2 periods of electives.  Examples: 1. 4 semester classes 2. 2 year-long classes 3. 1 year-long class and 2 semester classes  There are two types of electives: 1. Semester (2 quarters) 2. Year-long (4 quarters)  Students must take 2 periods of electives.  Examples: 1. 4 semester classes 2. 2 year-long classes 3. 1 year-long class and 2 semester classes

14 Junior High Electives (non-credit) Semester Electives:  Fitness and Nutrition  Physical Education  Health  Art Survey  Intro. to Multimedia Production  Innovations in Applied Science 1 & 2 (formally called STEM)  Theatre Performance (by permission of instructor) Year-long Electives:  Band  Choir  Orchestra Semester Electives:  Fitness and Nutrition  Physical Education  Health  Art Survey  Intro. to Multimedia Production  Innovations in Applied Science 1 & 2 (formally called STEM)  Theatre Performance (by permission of instructor) Year-long Electives:  Band  Choir  Orchestra

15 High School Electives ( HS credits) Semester Electives:  Lifetime Fitness (.25)  Team Sports (.25)  Theatre 1 (.5)  Intro. to Engineering Technology (.5)  2-Dimensional Design (.5)  3-Dimensional Design (.5) Year-long Electives:  Spanish 1 (1.0)  Spanish 2 (1.0)  French 1 (1.0)  German 1 (1.0) Semester Electives:  Lifetime Fitness (.25)  Team Sports (.25)  Theatre 1 (.5)  Intro. to Engineering Technology (.5)  2-Dimensional Design (.5)  3-Dimensional Design (.5) Year-long Electives:  Spanish 1 (1.0)  Spanish 2 (1.0)  French 1 (1.0)  German 1 (1.0)

16 Music - All courses are year-long 7th & 8th Grade  Choir  *Band  *Orchestra *Students taking band or orchestra must already have a foundation. 7th grade students not taking music must take physical education or health class. 7th & 8th Grade  Choir  *Band  *Orchestra *Students taking band or orchestra must already have a foundation. 7th grade students not taking music must take physical education or health class.

17 Physical Education & Health - All courses are a semester long 7th & 8th Grade  Physical Education  Health  Fitness and Nutrition  Lifetime Fitness (.25)  Team Sports (.25) 7th & 8th Grade  Physical Education  Health  Fitness and Nutrition  Lifetime Fitness (.25)  Team Sports (.25) 7th grade students not taking music must take physical education or health class.

18 Foreign Language - All courses are year-long 7th Grade  Spanish 1 (1.0) 7th Grade  Spanish 1 (1.0) 8th Grade  French 1 (1.0)  German 1 (1.0)  Spanish 1 (1.0)  Spanish 2 (1.0) *French 1 and German 1 will be offered at the high school prior to the start of the junior high school day. *Students are still required to take 6 periods of classes and a lunch at the Junior High.

19 Art - All courses are a semester long 7th & 8th Grade  Art Survey  2-D (.5)  3-D (.5) (not offered ) 7th & 8th Grade  Art Survey  2-D (.5)  3-D (.5) (not offered )

20 Integrated Technology - All courses are a semester long 7th & 8th Grade  Introduction to Multimedia Production  Introduction to Engineering Technology (.5) 7th & 8th Grade  Introduction to Multimedia Production  Introduction to Engineering Technology (.5)

21 Interdisciplinary Innovations - All courses are a semester long 7th & 8th Grade  Innovations in Applied Science 1  Innovations in Applied Science 2 **Formally known as STEM** 7th & 8th Grade  Innovations in Applied Science 1  Innovations in Applied Science 2 **Formally known as STEM**

22 Theatre - All courses are a semester long 7th & 8th Grade  Theatre 1 (.5)  Theatre Performance (by permission of instructor) 7th & 8th Grade  Theatre 1 (.5)  Theatre Performance (by permission of instructor)

23 Sample Student Schedule Q1Q2Q3Q4 1 English 7 Mrs. Sanders Rm. 119 English 7 Mrs. Sanders Rm. 119 English 7 Mrs. Sanders Rm. 119 English 7 Mrs. Sanders Rm Choir Mr. Parulakar Rm. 405 Choir Mr. Parulakar Rm. 405 Choir Mr. Parulakar Rm. 405 Choir Mr. Parulakar Rm Lunch 1 Cafeteria Lunch1 Cafeteria Physical Education Mr. Hammond Gym Physical Education Mr. Hammond Gym 4 Theatre 1 Mr. DeCarlo Rm. 400 Theatre 1 Mr. DeCarlo Rm. 400 Lunch 2 Cafeteria Lunch 2 Cafeteria 5 Accelerated Math 7 Mrs. Collins Rm. 100 Accelerated Math 7 Mrs. Collins Rm. 100 Accelerated Math 7 Mrs. Collins Rm. 100 Accelerated Math 7 Mrs. Collins Rm Science 7 Mr. Bartos Rm. 108 Science 7 Mr. Bartos Rm. 108 Science 7 Mr. Bartos Rm. 108 Science 7 Mr. Bartos Rm Social Studies 7 Mr. Frost Rm. 129 Social Studies 7 Mr. Frost Rm. 129 Social Studies 7 Mr. Frost Rm. 129 Social Studies 7 Mr. Frost Rm. 129

24 High School Credit Classes  All high school classes must be taken for HS credit. Courses cannot be repeated for a higher grade and will include high school level semester exams.  Students may take all high school credit classes for pass/fail instead of a letter grade.  Students must meet the deadlines in order to take a HS class as pass/fail.  All high school classes must be taken for HS credit. Courses cannot be repeated for a higher grade and will include high school level semester exams.  Students may take all high school credit classes for pass/fail instead of a letter grade.  Students must meet the deadlines in order to take a HS class as pass/fail.

25 Pass/Fail Policy Students wishing to take a HS class as pass/fail must meet the following deadlines:  1st semester classes – up to 10 days after quarter 1 report cards are distributed.  2nd semester and year-long classes – up to 10 days after quarter 3 report cards are distributed.  Students choosing pass/fail will receive an “S” or “U” as the final grade on their report card.  Pass/fail classes will not be counted in determining grade point average for honor rolls, class rank, or academic awards. Students wishing to take a HS class as pass/fail must meet the following deadlines:  1st semester classes – up to 10 days after quarter 1 report cards are distributed.  2nd semester and year-long classes – up to 10 days after quarter 3 report cards are distributed.  Students choosing pass/fail will receive an “S” or “U” as the final grade on their report card.  Pass/fail classes will not be counted in determining grade point average for honor rolls, class rank, or academic awards.

26 High School Graduation Requirements Diploma 20 credits/units  4 English  4 Math  3 Science  3 Social Studies  1 Fine Arts .5 Health .5 P.E.  4 Electives Diploma 20 credits/units  4 English  4 Math  3 Science  3 Social Studies  1 Fine Arts .5 Health .5 P.E.  4 Electives Honors Diploma 20+ credits/units  4 English  4 Math  4 Science  4 Social Studies  1 Fine Arts .5 Health .5 P.E.  3 Foreign Lang. or 2 in two Languages  3.5 GPA  27 on ACT or 1210 on SAT

27 Schedule Changes Schedule changes will NOT be made in August unless the reason for the request meets the criteria set forth by the board of education. Please carefully discuss and review the registration materials with your child before submitting the form. Schedule changes will NOT be made in August unless the reason for the request meets the criteria set forth by the board of education. Please carefully discuss and review the registration materials with your child before submitting the form.

28 Returning Registration Materials Students are to turn the course request sheet in to their homeroom teacher, no later than: 2/28/13 Students are expected to fill in all of the blanks for elective alternatives on the course request form. Failure to do so will result in students being assigned alternative electives if needed without their input or ability to change. We are unable to accommodate teacher requests. Students are to turn the course request sheet in to their homeroom teacher, no later than: 2/28/13 Students are expected to fill in all of the blanks for elective alternatives on the course request form. Failure to do so will result in students being assigned alternative electives if needed without their input or ability to change. We are unable to accommodate teacher requests.

29 It won’t be long… First Day of School: August 19, 2013 Please continue to check our website regarding school information for the school year. First Day of School: August 19, 2013 Please continue to check our website regarding school information for the school year.

30 Athletics Mandatory Fall Sports Athletic Rules Meeting in August, 2013 Please check out our school’s website for more athletic information including sports available, tryouts, physical requirements, summer camps, fees, etc. website: OHSAA website: Mandatory Fall Sports Athletic Rules Meeting in August, 2013 Please check out our school’s website for more athletic information including sports available, tryouts, physical requirements, summer camps, fees, etc. website: OHSAA website:

31 For More Information Please visit The School Counselor web pages on the Ridgeview or Lakeview website to review this presentation and for a listing of all course descriptions to help with your selection of courses. Click “Lakeview” or “Ridgeview” Click “School Counselor” on the left side of the page. Please visit The School Counselor web pages on the Ridgeview or Lakeview website to review this presentation and for a listing of all course descriptions to help with your selection of courses. Click “Lakeview” or “Ridgeview” Click “School Counselor” on the left side of the page.


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