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1 PARENTS & STUDENTS CLASS OF 2017 WELCOME

2 PRINCIPAL Ben Dale

3 PTSA Parent, Teacher, Student Association T hank You for Giving PTSA President – Tami Brothers

4 In , Parent donations to MBEF will fund: In , Parent donations to MBEF will fund: Small English classes Gr (24:1 in 9 th grade) Small English classes Gr (24:1 in 9 th grade) Guidance Counselors, Support Counselors and College/Career Counselors Guidance Counselors, Support Counselors and College/Career Counselors Librarian Librarian Music Teachers (40% of music costs district wide) Music Teachers (40% of music costs district wide) Science Lab Assistant Science Lab Assistant 21 st Century teaching specialist 21 st Century teaching specialist DONATE TODAY at MBEF.org DONATE TODAY at MBEF.org

5 GRAD Nite

6 Counselors School Phone #: Jennifer Woodie: A - Da 5023 Jennifer Woodie: A - Da 5023 Corrine Lee-Iwai: Db - Hoo 5034 Corrine Lee-Iwai: Db - Hoo 5034 Brittney Olson: Hop - Mh 5022 Brittney Olson: Hop - Mh 5022 David Beck: Mi - Se 5021 David Beck: Mi - Se 5021 Sue Bertran: Sf - Z 5024 Sue Bertran: Sf - Z 5024 Keshia Fields: Support 5027 Keshia Fields: Support 5027 Eliza Hynes Support 5010 Eliza Hynes Support 5010 Jaime MancillaV.P., A.D., 9 th, 12th Grade, ext 5006 Jaime MancillaV.P., A.D., 9 th, 12th Grade, ext 5006

7 College & Career Center (CCC) Counselors: Counselors: Kristi Branim5252 Megen Anspach 5187 CCC Resources CCC Resources Communication Communication UC/CSU A – G Requirements UC/CSU A – G Requirements Private College Requirements Private College Requirements

8 Special Assistance Programs Guidance Office Individual/Group Counseling Individual/Group Counseling Impact Impact Student Academic Support Student Academic Support Student Study Team Student Study Team Substance Abuse Counselor Substance Abuse Counselor Licensed Therapist Licensed Therapist Parent Education Parent Education School Resource Officer School Resource Officer

9 Officer John Loy, MBPD On campus Monday – Thursday On campus Monday – Thursday , ext , ext Work #: Work #:

10 Student Intervention Advisor Rocky Wilson, Ph.D. (a Mira Costa resource for both students and parents) Phone: , Programs Safe Space Parent Program (forms available in lobby)Safe Space Parent Program (forms available in lobby) Canine searches on campusCanine searches on campus Volunteer Drug TestingVolunteer Drug Testing Assistance for students and for parentsAssistance for students and for parents Impact Program for studentsImpact Program for students PACE – Teaching awareness and responsibilityPACE – Teaching awareness and responsibility Parent Support Group – Navigating Risky Behavior- Tues. 7:-8:30pmParent Support Group – Navigating Risky Behavior- Tues. 7:-8:30pm

11 Parent Support: Navigating Risky Behavior from Teens TUESDAYS 7:00 P.M. TO 8:30 P.M. Meetings are held weekly at: MCHS room 57 Meetings are held weekly at: MCHS room 57 Open to any parent who would like to… Open to any parent who would like to… Build better relationships with your teen Build better relationships with your teen Explore skills to minimize conflict Explore skills to minimize conflict Understand signs of adolescence at-risk behavior Understand signs of adolescence at-risk behavior Learn how to effectively talk with your teen about drugs and alcohol Learn how to effectively talk with your teen about drugs and alcohol Improve communication skills Improve communication skills Enhance boundary setting Enhance boundary setting Form a support network with other parents Form a support network with other parents Information on community resources Information on community resources For more information please contact For more information please contact (310) (310) no cost to attend.

12 MCHS WEBSITE Current information about the school and all major events and announcements.

13 Graduation Requirements English4 years English4 years Math2 years (including Algebra) Math2 years (including Algebra) Science1 year Bio/1 year Phys. Sci. Science1 year Bio/1 year Phys. Sci. PE/Athletics 2 years PE/Athletics 2 years Social Studies3 years Social Studies3 years Arts or Foreign 1 year Arts or Foreign 1 year Language Language

14 Graduation Requirements Health1 semester Health1 semester Electives17 semesters Electives17 semesters –Total of 230 credits completed to walk at graduation –Students must pass the High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)

15 Ninth Grade Curriculum English 9 CP English 9 CP Math(Algebra AB, CD, Algebra 1, Geometry) Math(Algebra AB, CD, Algebra 1, Geometry) Physical Science or Biology Physical Science or Biology Physical Education or Athletics Physical Education or Athletics Electives (Foreign Language and/or Art) Electives (Foreign Language and/or Art) Other Electives such as Health/MUN/Geography combination Other Electives such as Health/MUN/Geography combination Must have at least 6 classes in schedule

16 Strategies for Success/Parent Tips Power School Power School Daily Bulletins Daily Bulletins Mustang Newsletter- sign up at MCHS website (instructions attached) Mustang Newsletter- sign up at MCHS website (instructions attached) Daily Planner Daily Planner Notebook for awards, certificates, summer activities Notebook for awards, certificates, summer activities Course Description Book Course Description Book Tutoring Tutoring Regular Attendance Regular Attendance

17 9th Grade Vice Principal, Jaime Mancilla School Policies & Procedures Ethics Policy/Rules of School Ethics Policy/Rules of School Attendance – clear absences within 3 days Attendance – clear absences within 3 days Communication Communication Construction Construction Grade Notification/Power School Grade Notification/Power School –First Progress Report and Final Report Card are mailed home. –All other grades on Power School along with attendance, unofficial transcripts, etc.

18 Athletics Physical Education Requirements Physical Education Requirements Fall-Winter-Spring Sports Fall-Winter-Spring Sports Athletic Period – 6 th period Athletic Period – 6 th period GPA Requirement GPA Requirement Commitment Commitment NCAA NCAA

19 Student Athletes & NCAA For any student athlete that thinks they may play sports at the collegiate level, it is very important that you follow the guidelines to insure eligibility. Please see MCHS website and go to “Athletics” then to “Athletic Forms” for annotated NCAA File. Please note that these requirements change and it is important that you have the most up-to-date information. For any student athlete that thinks they may play sports at the collegiate level, it is very important that you follow the guidelines to insure eligibility. Please see MCHS website and go to “Athletics” then to “Athletic Forms” for annotated NCAA File. Please note that these requirements change and it is important that you have the most up-to-date information.

20 Questions/Answers Please use your sticky note on your flyer to write your questions and leave them on the “Parking Lot” boards as you leave. We will answer all questions and send out answers via Principal’s . To join Mustang Newsletter, go to miracostahigh.org, click on Parents, scroll down to the bottom and click on join/leave.

21 ******** Next 9 th Grade Parent meeting: Next 9 th Grade Parent meeting: March 4 th, 2014 Thank You! The Guidance Team


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