Presentation on theme: "Coconino High School Home of the Coconino Panthers Vision Statement 2014-2015 To create a vibrant school community that exemplifies academic excellence."— Presentation transcript:
Coconino High School Home of the Coconino Panthers Vision Statement 2014-2015 To create a vibrant school community that exemplifies academic excellence and model citizenship.
Panther Counselors Academic Guidance Counselors A – Gon: Karen Hughes Good – Pere: LaShia Scharfenberger Perk – Z: Joyce Daoust Native American Advisor: Loreal Scott CAVIAT Career Counselor: Donna Lyons Test Coordinator: Carrie Johnson
CHS Counselors Responsibilities Guide/Coach/MentorSystem Support High School Course SelectionsPBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Support Team) College & Career Choices ~ ECAPS3 (School Improvement Team) Letters of RecommendationRachel’s Challenge aka Legion of Kindness Scholarship & Awards Assemblies Graduation Monitor Progress Academic/Direct Information Resources Evaluate transcriptsParent Nights D/F listsCounseling Website & Newsletter Meeting 1:1Naviance SSTs Edmodo On-line learning (PLATO, NDLP)Summer Enrichment Programs 504 PlansScholarships/Awards/Financial Aid School Profile Responsive Referrals to Community ResourcesFUSD Crisis Team
Panther Pride The doors opened in the fall of 1967 starting with sophomore and junior classes. High school configuration was 10 th -12 th. School facts in 1968: Coconino High School became the 2 nd high school in Flagstaff. The first graduating class of Coconino High School was the Class of 1969. School facts in 2013 - 2014: Class of 2014 Honors Over $6,000,000 in scholarships awarded (up more than $2,000,000) CHS West Point Cadet Appointment CCC Associate Degree before CHS Diploma CHS Gates Millennium Scholar 3 Chief Manuelito Scholarship Finalists Class of 2015 Honors The Class of 2015 completed their Junior year with 36.Presidential Academic Excellence Award winners (3.5 GPA+, exceeds in AIMS math or reading) CHS Questbridge Prep Scholar
E C A P Education Career Action Plan a process combining students’ personal interests, plan of coursework, career aspirations extended learning opportunities to develop individual academic and career goals. The outcome is a 4 Year Academic and Career Plan. Counselors meet with students each year to expand and refine their ECAPs. Each student has a web-based account in AzCIS and Naviance (New!)
Resources Check In Check Out for students needing the support of daily communication about attendance and grades Academic Tutoring Room 401 daily FOR=Friends of Rachel for any student who wishes to promote a compassionate community environment Scholarship Pathway each Thursday in the library to assist with college applications, FAFSA, and scholarship applications FUSD Family Resource Center Tutoring M – R 3:30 to 5:30 Northern Arizona College Resource Center www.nacrc.netwww.nacrc.net for students wishing to prepare for the ACT or SAT
Hot Topics AIMS: All seniors and juniors must pass all areas to earn their high school diploma. P.I.T.: Parent Involvement Team meets first Monday of each month at 5:30 PM in the South Commons. Weekly e-newsletter. PBIS: Positive Behavior Intervention Support, year 3 Rachel’s Challenge: creating a culture of acceptance. College Bound Student Athletes: Must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse https://www.ncaaclearinghouse.net.https://www.ncaaclearinghouse.net Student Vue & Parent Vue Panther to (Detroit) Tiger ~ Kyle Lobstein, CHS graduate 2008
College Access Campaign November 19 th - 20 th Initiative with the AZ Commission for Post- Secondary Learning National campaign--Goal is to have ALL senior students complete an application for a community college, tech/trade school, and/or university Kick off night Nov. 18 th at 6pm.