Presentation on theme: "Warrensville Heights High School “Home of the Tigers” BOE presentation, March 8, 2012 “We Are Under Construction” Ms. Lori Crum-Glenn, Principal."— Presentation transcript:
Warrensville Heights High School “Home of the Tigers” BOE presentation, March 8, 2012 “We Are Under Construction” Ms. Lori Crum-Glenn, Principal
Warrensville Heights High School “We Are Under Construction” Past – Foundation Present – Building Future - Roof
Warrensville Heights High School Performance Index Past – 2010 – 76.4 Present – 2011 – 76.8 Future – ? – Continuous Improvement The high school needs a score of 80 in order to make Continuous Improvement – This means 3.2 points
Warrensville Heights High School The Facility Instructional Programs Distance Learning 21 st Century Fine Arts Vocational Programs College Connections Extracurricular Activities School Climate
Warrensville Heights High School English Department Utilizing Dr. Mark Forget “Max Teaching” strategies Senior Seminar Course Cleveland Playhouse Scholarship Program Integration of Technology Community Partners – ITT, Bryant & Stratton, Charter One Bank STEM Conference for students CSU Partnership – “Making My Future Work” Ohio Youth Voices Academic Intervention (During Lunch) OGT Blitz Preparation
Warrensville Heights High School Math Department Development of Math Curriculum to the Common Core Utilizing Dr. Mark Forget “Max Teaching” strategies Integration of Technology Academic Intervention (During Lunch) OGT Blitz Preparation
Warrensville Heights High School Science Department Utilizing Dr. Mark Forget “Max Teaching” strategies Integration of Technology Hands-On Labs and activities Academic Intervention (During Lunch) OGT Blitz Preparation
Warrensville Heights High School Social Studies Department Utilizing Dr. Mark Forget “Max Teaching” strategies Integration of Technology Academic Intervention (During Lunch) OGT Blitz Preparation
Warrensville Heights High School Fine Arts Department Music Mayor Sellers Inauguration Winter Concert Singing Valentines Black History Program (High School & Senior Center) Greater Cleveland Solo & Ensemble Contest Spring Concert LEL Choral Festival Addition of Band Course during school day for
Warrensville Heights High School Fine Arts Department Art ART I KAP Drawing Photo & Fashion Design Art Display in Room 154
Warrensville Heights High School Fine Arts Department Graphic Arts Graphic Arts Council Awards Graphic Imaging Technology
Warrensville Heights High School High Schools That Work WHHS participated in a Technical Assistance Visit 10 Key practices Progress Max Teaching – Literacy across the curriculum Exam Grading Policy Targeted extra help for students Teacher Based Teams and review of student data Instituting a 9 th Grade Academy
Warrensville Heights High School Distance Learning – 2012/2013 Chinese I and add Chinese II – Partner Brush High School Math addition - Advanced Placement Calculus AB – Partner Brush High School Math addition - Advanced Placement Statistics – Partner Cuyahoga Heights High School ACT/SAT Test Preparation – Partner WVIZ
Warrensville Heights High School 21 st Century The purpose of the 21 st Century Learning Center is to increase academic achievement, promote positive youth development, and increase parent and family engagement. Credit Recovery Book/Club Reading Food/Nutrition Sewing/Crafts Artistic Expressions Homework Help Effective Spring 2012 all athletic teams will participate in the first hour of 21 st Century. Coordination of School Calendar
Warrensville Heights High School Business Partners Young Audiences of Northeast Ohio Cuyahoga County Library Starting Point Marcus Thomas CollegeNow
Warrensville Heights High School College Connections Kenyon College – Drawing, Honors English 3, Government, African American History – Students earn credit from Kenyon college. Students do not have to take the AP exam. Each course is worth over $ th and 11 th grade students are also offered a summer program were they can live on campus at no cost. If a student from Warrensville is interested in attending this college, Kenyon will provide a financial aide package which will cost the family $0.
Warrensville Heights High School College Connections Tri-C – Post Secondary Educational Options Program aka PSEOP – This is a state funded program were kids can earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Students can earn an Associate’s Degree along with a high school diploma. Students can take any course if they meet the college placement exam. Every 9 th /10 th grade students that have a 2.8 GPA will receive a letter to take the college placement exam.
Warrensville Heights High School Career Tech Program Training Programs Cosmetology Auto Tech Auto Collision Engineering Graphic Arts Pharmacy Audio Engineering Clinical Health Careers Digital Media Production Business management Computer networking Criminal Justice Interactive Media Marketing Exercise Science OCIS All programs are offered to every 10 th grade student. This is a 2yr commitment. Students are provided with shadowing experiences.
Warrensville Heights High School Extracurricular Activities Athletic Football Basketball Track Wrestling Cheerleaders Baseball Volleyball NonAtheletic School Paper Vocal Music Marching Band Men/Women of Distinction Student Council National Junior Honor Society Arts Program
Warrensville Heights High School Field Trips – College Exposure Akron University Cleveland State University John Carroll University Kent State University Youngstown University Shaw University Hiram College Tiffin University University of Cincinnati
Warrensville Heights High School Field Trips – College Exposure Ohio University Walsh University Ursuline University Kenyon College Wayne State University University of Toledo U.S. Army Bowling Green University
Warrensville Heights High School Field Trips – College Exposure Ashland University U.S. Air Force DeVry University North Carolina University
Warrensville Heights High School Student Perceptions High Schools That Work has a Student Perception survey that will be administered to them towards the close of the school year.
Warrensville Heights High School Field Trips Red Tails movie visit Radio Golf play Underground Railroad in Cincinnati Motown Museum – Detroit NASA Chinese New Year – CSU Football Hall of Fame PowerSports Institute ITT Tech
Warrensville Heights High School Planetarium The business office has contacted NASA in regards to collaboration, design assistance etc. regarding reviving the planetarium.