Presentation on theme: " Northfield Community School Tuesday, January 18 and Wednesday, January 19 Somers Point – Jordan Road Thursday, January 20 and Friday, January."— Presentation transcript:
Northfield Community School Tuesday, January 18 and Wednesday, January 19 Somers Point – Jordan Road Thursday, January 20 and Friday, January 21 Linwood Schools – Belhaven Thursday, January 27 and Friday, January 28
Select your classes at home and circle them on the course selection sheet. During the 15 minute meeting, recommendations will be discussed and MRHS Counselor will confirm course request after answering any questions. (Selections are based upon teacher recommendations) Please be on time.
Required for all 9 th Graders Replaces Issues of Conscience (Tolerance) and Personal Finance/Tech and Career Cohort Structure – Held in Regular Classrooms and Computer Labs The purpose of this course is to give incoming ninth graders a structured program to facilitate the transition from middle school to high school, build life-long learning skills, develop 21 st century skills and raise awareness of the challenges and complexities of living in a multicultural society.
High School Orientation Academic Honesty and Integrity (Honor Code) Time Management, Organization and Study Skills Coping with Academic Stress Ethical Decision Making, Leadership and Issues of Conscience Causes, consequences and impact of prejudice, discrimination and intolerance in society Human Relations, Social Skills and Conflict Resolution Bullying, Harassment and Internet Safety Interpersonal and Communication Skills Self/Career Awareness and Goal-Setting Responsible, Appropriate and Effective Use of Technology (Internet) Technology / Computer Ethics Computing and Technology Skills The Research Process
3 Options in US History I Pre-AP Honors A Cohort Honors College Prep Summer Reading Assignments – Pre-AP Honors A and Honors Honors US History (Pre-AP) – Prepares students for AP U.S. History (10 th Grade) – Taught as a Cohort with Honors A English (Students must register for both Honors A History and English) Honors U.S. History I – Reading and Writing Intensive compared to College Prep
3 Options Pre-AP Honors A Cohort Honors College Prep Summer Reading Assignments – All levels will have an assignment. English I Honors (Pre-AP)– Prepares students for AP English Language (11 th Grade) – Taught as a Cohort with Honors A History (must register for both) English I Honors – Reading and Writing Intensive compared to College Prep English I College Prep – Focused on the development of basic skills necessary for success in high school English, as well as other disciplines.
8th Grade Math Course Level of Achievement Recommended 9th Grade Course H. GeometryA or BH. Algebra II H. GeometryC or Below RETAKE H. Geometry or CP Algebra II AlgebraA or B+H. GeometryAlgebraB or CCP Geometry AlgebraD or FRETAKE Algebra Foundations Algebra Transitional Math Pre-Algebra A or BAlgebra Foundations Algebra Transitional Math Pre-Algebra C or BelowPre-Alg/Alg.
Options – Italian, French, Latin, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish Italian, French, Latin and Mandarin Chinese – All students start at Level 1 Spanish Options Pre-Honors Spanish II Spanish II Spanish I Recommendation – Students who have struggled in Language Arts should consider not taking a World Language in 9 th grade
RESOURCE ROOM E02F1 Freshman Seminar E01E1 Developmental English E01R1 Developmental Reading E02R1 English-Reading Novice E01M1 Developmental Math E02M2 Integrated Math E02M3 Algebra I E02M4 Geometry E01S1 Developmental Science E02S2 Physical-Earth Science E01G1 Adaptive P.E / Health E01H1 Developmental History E02H1 US History I RR ELECTIVES E02P1 Personal Development E02B1 Structured Work Based Learning-Academic E02B2 Structured Work Based Learning-School E01D1 Cultural Diversity E02FS Fall Academic Maintenance E02SS Spring Academic Maintenance
INCLUSION CLASSES L110V English 1 College Prep M001V Pre-Algebra-Algebra with Math Lab M002V Algebra-Geometry M100V Algebra 1 CP M101V Geometry CP S012V Applied Phys Sci-Earth Science S108V Advanced Physical Science H110V US History I CP TAP PROGRAM* * Recommendation of Child Study Team only E0TH3 History E0TM3 Math E0TE3 English E0TC3 TAP Elective E0TS3 Science E0TG3 Phys. Ed./Health E0TP3 TAP Special Projects
Concert Band 1 (all incoming freshmen instrumentalists) Concert Band 2 (only if selected by the All-South Jersey Band in middle school) Chorus or Select Choir (with audition) Beginning or Intermediate Strings (with audition)
Options Dance (Semester) Theater (Semester) Musical Theater and Dance (Semester) Producing and Performance (Semester) Competitive Speech and Drama (Year)
Visual Arts Art I Crafts Technology CADD courses (2.5 / 5.0 Credit options) Media Production Media Production (5.0 Credit) Family & Consumer Sciences Living/Cooking on Your Own, Foods, Child Care, Money Management
A. Credits earned through courses 2.5 Credits for Semester Class 5.0 Credits for Year Class B. Grade Level will be based on earned credits 120 Credits for Graduation 30 credits, including core courses for 10 th Grade 60 Credits, including core course for 11 th Grade 90 Credits to be a 12 th Grader - (Senior Privileges) C. Work Expectations Homework and studying will be necessary for success ** SET GOALS **
Day ADay BDay CDay D 8:00 – 8:59 Period 1 Period 4Period 3Period 2 9:04 – 9:58 Period 2 Period 1Period 4Period 3 10:03 – 10:57 Period 3 Period 2Period 1Period 4 10:57 – 11:47 Period 5 (Unit Lunch) Period 5 (Unit Lunch) Period 5 (Unit Lunch) Period 5 (Unit Lunch) 11:47 – 12:41Period 6Period 9Period 8Period 7 12:46 – 1:40Period 7Period 6Period 9Period 8 1:45 – 2:39Period 8Period 7Period 6Period 9