Presentation on theme: "+ Freshman & Sophomore Night Welcome. + Resources around the school: The Administrators (Anything): Stephanie, Jericho and Tia College and Career Center."— Presentation transcript:
+ Resources around the school: The Administrators (Anything): Stephanie, Jericho and Tia College and Career Center (Projects, Colleges): Jenni Plueard (coordinator) & Numerous Volunteers Health Nurse (Care, Resources): Marlys Martin School Resource Officer (Safety Concerns): Ryan Wolgamott Attendance Secretary (Excuse Absences): Kim Ferguson Finance (Fees, Free & Reduced Lunch): Joni de Saint Phallie Volunteer Coordinator, School-to-Work, (Athletic Advising) Kathy Ruggles Academic Support Classes: Sarah Gobeille & Elton Villanueva
+ Counseling Department Room 13 Counselors: Academic Advisory, Post H.S. Planning, Social & Emotional Support. Same counselor throughout high school. Juli McGlinsky (A-G), John O’Donoghue (H-N) Shantel Buss (O-Z) Counseling Secretary: Melinda Shull (Call for appointment, schedule change process): Counseling Intern: Brittany McMillan Registrar: Elsa Andrew (School Records, Parent Vue) Counseling Webpage SEHS Webpage- Faculty- Counseling Department SEHS Counseling Depart.
+ Navigating Graduation Graduation Requirements Freshman 24 Credits for Oregon Diploma Classic Student: 5 (.50) classes X 3 Terms = 7.5 Credits at the end of the year IHS Student: 3 (.33) classes X 3 terms + 9 x.50 = 7.5 Credits at the end of the year. IHS Classes & Zero Period=.33 Credit For College Admission: -2 Credits in a World Language -Pass core classes with a C- grade or higher Personal Learning Activities -Essential Skills Day-Freshman Activities (October) -Freshman Project Start Naviance & CIS accounts (1 st or 2 nd Tri. depending on class) -Counselor Presentations (1 st or 2 nd Trimester)
+ Navigating Graduation Continued Graduation Requirements Sophomore 24 Credits for Oregon Diploma Freshman Year: 7.50 Credits Sophomore Year: At least 6 Credits =13.50 +/- Credits For College Admission: -2 Credits in a World Language is needed -Pass core classes with a C- grade or higher Personal Learning Activities -Essential Skills Day: PLAN Test (October) -Counselor classroom presentations (1 st and 2 nd Tri.) -Sophomore Project (In CCC 2nd or 3 rd Trimester) -Sophomore Interview: Think about classes for future goals. (In CCC 2 nd or 3 rd Trimester)
+ School Policies to Remember: Scheduling Facts: The bulk of the scheduling is done over the summer for the full year Schedules do change! Check StudentVue Administrators balance classes Students can meet with their Counselor to request a change 5 classes each trimester 5 days to drop a class without it showing on your transcript.5 credits each per 70 minutes class 5 or more unexcused absences = partial credit 5
+ Looking Forward Community Service & Volunteer Hours: Start keeping a record, when, where, how many hours, verification Upcoming Events: Financial Aid Night December 3 rd in Cafeteria Oregon Universities Visit South in April National Honor Society Application in April Stay Tuned; After Spring Break we will begin picking classes for next year. Look for scheduling information! Fall: LCC College Fair & 4J Study Abroad Fair
+ Advice to Students and Parents Freshman & Sophomore grades DO count but if something happens stay calm you have time to redeem yourself. Ask teachers for help. Wednesday IA time of 3:05-3:30, Tuesday and Thursday before school for many teachers is a great time. Do not wait until the end of the term to find out your grade in the class (Check StudentVue and talk to your teacher) Make new friends and be around positive social influences. Get Involved: Music, Drama, Clubs, Sports, Student Activities, Volunteer Opportunities but….. Establish a balance so you enjoy high school and stay healthy. Utilize our resources. We can probably help you in some way.
+ Parent & Student VUE ` If you do not have your initial activation code you can contact our registrar, Elsa Andrew at email@example.com_e@4j.lane.edu Students can get assistance and have their passwords reset in the library.