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Welcome to Campus High School. Campus High School Principal Mr. Regier.

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1 Welcome to Campus High School

2 Campus High School Principal Mr. Regier

3 Our Vision for Campus (what can we be?) 1.Graduation rate of 93% by Make AMO (annual measurable objectives) in reading, writing and math 3.Average score of 23 on ACT. 4.Provide a safe, nurturing environment for our students.

4 Education at Campus …… Reading Writing Math (the 3 R’s)

5 CHS Graduation Rate

6 CHS Reading Scores

7 CHS Math Scores

8 CHS Violent Acts

9 CHS Advanced Placement

10 Class of 2018 Freshman Counselor Jeff Michael

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12 Enrollment Timeline  February 11 th and 12 th Pre-Enrollment Campus High School by appointment or Walk-ins Wed. 5-8pm Thur. 8-12, 1-4, 5-8  July- Postcard received Go on line see classes and finish enrollment.  August-Go to Campus and have ID picture taken  August New Student Orientation:

13 Transition from Middle School to Campus High School Transition years are difficult due to differences between schools. 1.Grading Differences. 2.Level of expectation changes. 3.Schools schedule changes. 4.Policy & Procedural changes. 5.School environment changes.

14  CHS grades continue from the 1 st day of school to the end of the semester. The final grade determines credit in the course.  Progress reports are done every 9 weeks

15  CHS every class counts toward graduation requirements.

16  Longer, more detailed assignments.  More assignments & projects to be completed at home.  Unit Tests and Final Exams count as a greater percentage of the course grade.

17 Schedule :  CHS Students are on a Block Schedule with 4 – 80 minute classes on alternating days. Day12345 Black Science Room: F07 1(B) World Studies t Room: B02 2(B) Boys Pe Room: GYM 2 3(B) Child Development Room: E08 4(B) Seminar 1 Room: F10 5(B-W) White Algebra I Room: C13 1(W) Intro to Art Room: H01 2(W) Weight Training- WT ROOM 3(W) 9 English Room: D07 4(W) Seminar 1 Room: F10 5(B-W)

18 Regular Day Alternating Black & White 1 st Block 7:50-9:12 2 nd Block 9:18-10:42 3 rd Block 10:48-12:49 4 th Block 12:55-2:17 5 th: Seminar 2:23-3:05

19 Lunch LunchStartReturnTardy 1 st 10:4211:0711:10 2 nd 11:0711:3111:35 3 rd 11:3211:5712:00 4 th 11:5712:2311:25 5th12:2312:4912:55

20 Advisory / Seminar Period 5 th block  Work on assignments, get help from teachers, make up tests, labs, etc.  Club meetings, school assemblies, etc.

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22 Graduation Requirements 4 English (Includes ½ Credit of Speech) 3 Mathematics 3 Science 3 Social Studies 1 Physical Education 1 Fine Arts 12 Electives 27 Total Credits

23 Number of Credits Required for Grade Level Classification  Freshman< 6  Sophomore6 +  Junior13 +  Senior20 +

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25 Each Check Mark = one semester (half a year)

26 Enrollment Form REQUIRED COURSES (Check both Fall & Spring) 9 English / 9 Honors English* World Studies/Pre-AP World Studies (one check) Mathematics (select both semesters)  Algebra I  Geometry  Science (select both semesters)  Integrated Science  Biology  Honors Biology*  PE (select both semesters)

27 Enrollment Form Electives  Full Year Electives  Semester Electives Alternates (select 4 total) Mark with an “A”

28 Fine Arts Required by the State can take any time in the next 4 years One credit of Fine Arts Intro to ArtDrawing 1 Into TheatreCeramics BandJazz ChoirHumanities OrchestraArt Glass & Woods Forensics All Semester classes ½ Credit

29 Curriculum Guide Campus Web site All classes listed with their Prerequisite. Page 3 – Graduation requirements.

30 A.V.I.D. Advancement Via Individual Determination Casey Meier

31 I.B. International Baccalaureate Joe Sailors

32 Failure is Not an Option  In most cases, students fail classes due to missing assignments rather than not understanding content.

33 Help is Available  Most teachers are available before or after school with prior arrangement  Seminar  Campus High School Tutoring Program

34 Campus High Tutoring Program  Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday  3:05 to 4:00 in room C-16  Prior arrangements not required  Help available in all core subjects (Math, Science, English & Social Studies)  Generally at least 3 teachers

35 When Concerns Arise  Talk with your student  Contact the teacher  Contact Counselor / Administrator  Policies & Procedures –Student Handbook –Campus Web site

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37 Athletics & Activities Eligibility Mr. Elliott- CHS Assistant Principal & Athletic Director  Participation in activities & athletics correlates with increased grades & attendance.  KSHSAA Eligibility Requirement: must pass 5 classes previous semester to participate.  Eligibility this fall is dependent upon grades last semester of 8 th grade.  Athletics & Activities ( Band, Choir, Debate )

38 Campus Administrative Team  Myron Regier - Principal  Joe Sailors- Assistant Principal  Tracy Repp- Assistant Principal  Glenda Cowell - Assistant Principal  Richard Elliott - Assistant Principal  Contact Information

39 Campus Counseling Department Mardy Moree - Senior Counselor Walter Zemanick - Junior Counselor Todd Hook - Sophomore Counselor Jeff Michael - Freshman Counselor Sheri Tucker - Registrar Pam Burkett - Secretary Contact Info

40 Campus Counseling Department Mardy Moree - Senior Counselor Walter Zemanick - Junior Counselor Todd Hook - Sophomore Counselor Jeff Michael - Freshman Counselor Sheri Tucker- Registrar Pam Burkett - Secretary Contact Info

41 Campus Counseling Department Services Available  Academic Planning & Counseling  Career Development Counseling  Personal & Social Counseling  Testing ( EXPLORE, PLAN, PSAT, ACT )  College Information  Scholarship/ Financial Aid Applications

42 Campus Counseling Department Contact: Jeff Michael Freshman Counselor

43 Questions?


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