Overview 1.Review credits and graduation requirements 2.Review transcripts to help complete credit check and determine if student is on-track to graduation 3.Complete/update Naviance 4-year Academic Plan and “My ICAP” Survey 4.Introduce credit recovery options
Credit Review Students earn credits by passing a class (receiving an A, B, C, or D) For each standard one-semester course students’ pass, they earn 5 credits o (Courses may be worth more or less than five credits, depending on several factors, including how often the course meets.) If students fail (earn an F) in a course, they do NOT earn any credits and will need to repeat the course To be considered on-track to graduate, sophomores MUST have… o Passed 2 years of English: Intro to Lit & Comp and American Lit T1 o Passed 2 years of math: Algebra 1 and Geometry T1 o Passed at least 1 year of science: Earth Science o Passed at least 1 year of social studies: US History o Earned at least 90-95 credits
Graduation Requirement Review 240 credits to graduate!
Transcript Review via Student Portal From here, you can view your attendance, grades, & other important information to help you stay on-track.
Credit Check 40 credits 30 credits 20 World Language 10 PE/Band/ROTC 10 Fine Arts/Tech Ed 60 other electives 240 credits total 9 th T1 9 th T2 10 th T1 (90 minimum, 105 credits possible) Identify the classes and # of credits you need to recover Each box = 5 credits
Credit Recovery Credit Recovery – a class that is taken online or in the classroom in which students work to earn credit for a class in which they previously failed o Cost: $25 per class o Passing Score: A student must score at least 80% (an A or B) on all unit tests in order to earn credit for the class. o On your transcript, the recovered course will be recorded as a new course, with a new grade. Unfortunately, your original course grade will also remain on your transcript.
Credit Recovery Explain how credit recovery works at your school It’s much easier to stay on-track from the beginning o If you’re already on-track, what do you need to continue doing to stay on-track? It may be difficult, but it’s not too late to make a change and get back on-track o If you are between 0 and 30 credits off-track, what will you do differently this time in order to earn an A or B and recover these credits? What is your plan to help you stay on-track moving forward? o If you are more than 30 credits off-track, you may want to consider a Multiple or Intensive Pathway school as an option to help support you in recovering credits and finding a PS readiness educational pathway that will lead you to graduation.
Naviance 4-Year Plan & ICAP Survey Open a new tab and log-in to Naviance using the following Username and Password Student ID # mmddyy Click, “Log In”
Academic Plan & ICAP Survey Click “about me” Click to take the following surveys “Course Plan Survey” “ICAP Survey” Complete each surveys and click
4-Year Plan Credit Check Check to see that the credits in your plan meet the credits required for graduation. SubjectRequired CreditsMy total credits? English40 credits (4 units) Math40 credits (4 units) Social Studies30 credits (3 units) Science30 credits (3 units) PE/ROTC10 credits (1 unit) Electives90 credits (9 units)