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1 Rutherford B. Hayes High School Scheduling Future Sophomores

2 Scheduling can be stressful BUT It doesn’t need to be. Pay close attention and take some notes.

3 Counselor Phone #’s and A – D Mr. Brown delawarecityschools.net E - K Mrs. Pollard L - R Miss Darcy S – Z Ms. Stewart

4 FreshSophJuniorSenior Required EnglishEnglish 9 English 10 English 11English 124 Math Algebra 24 Science Physical Science Biology Science Elective 3 Social Studies World Studies U.S. Studies Govt / Econ3 PE / Health PE/ Health PE.5 /.5 Music/Art/DACCFine Art1 Electives 5 Pass OGT Tests Total Credits21 Required Courses

5 This criteria is in addition to the DCS requirements for graduation.  English 4 units  Mathematics 4 units ( including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II or equivalent and another higher level course)  Science 4 units (including Physics 1 & Chemistry)  Social Studies 4 units  Foreign Language 3 units (including at least 2 units in each language studied)  Fine Arts 1 unit  Grade Point Average3.5 on an unweighted 4.0 scale  ACT/SAT Score 27 ACT / 1210 SAT (excludes scores from the writing sections)* HONORS DIPLOMA College prep students must meet 7 of 8 criteria. Career-tech requirements are slightly different You do not need to take Honors courses to qualify for Honors Diploma

6  Check your school ! It has been ed to you!  If you need further descriptions of all the courses, you may access the course curriculum book on-line at:  Click through ---   Guidance  Course & Scheduling Information  Course Handbook

7 GPA Ranking GPA SCALE HAS CHANGED BEGINNING WITH THE CLASS OF 2014 Course grades are based on + / - scale. We will be using the following scale to compute GPA’s. AP Courses are weighted 1 point for grades C- or above. A %4.0 A93-97%4.0 A-90-92%3.7 B+88-89%3.3 B83-87%3.0 B-80-82%2.7 C+78-79%2.3 C73-77%2.0 C-70-72%1.7 D+68-69%1.3 D63-67%1.0 D-60-62%.7 F0-59%0

8 1. Post-Secondary Educational Options (PSEO) PSEOP allows Ohio high school students to earn college credit and high school credit through completion of college courses. Students must meet the state and university requirements. Students travel to the university to take these courses. Students do not have to pay college tuition for these courses. 2. Concurrent Enrollment Students attend a university and can earn college and high school credit at the same time. Parents and students absorb this cost. Universities that do not participate in PSEO offer this option.

9 3. Dual Enrollment Students take these classes at Hayes High School in their regular schedules, taught by Hayes High School teachers. Students pay reduced tuition fees and can receive both high school and a college credit at the end of the course. Look in the Course Handbook or refer to the course selection sheet. 4. Advanced Placement (AP) The Advanced Placement (AP) Program is offered to high school students through The College Board and provides a resource for students to earn collegiate credit before enrolling at a university. Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered at Hayes High School. Students must apply for these courses. These courses also have additional fees and a culminating test in May. Students who take AP courses stand out in the admissions process. High test scores can result in college credit. See the course guide for available courses. Beginning with the Class of 2014 a student must earn a C- or better to earn the additional point for weighted grading.

10 Marion-Tech PSEO Courses  Students with a 2.75 GPA may apply for the PSEO courses that will be taught by a Marion Tech Instructor at Hayes.  Sociology and Oral Communications will be taught the first semester and Psychology and Dealing with Diversity will be taught second semester. Students must take all four courses, which will be taught in two consecutive periods Monday through Thursday.  Students will earn 12 semester hours of credit!!!!  If you are interested in PSEO and did not attend the Jan 22 nd meeting, there is a make-up meeting on Feb 7 th at 7:00 – 7:30 PM in Room  This meeting is REQUIRED for participation in PSEO.

11 Credit-Flex  Students may now earn credits in non-traditional ways through new Ohio legislation.  These ways include:  Virtual Learning  Test-Out  Independent Study, which may include: distance learning, educational travel, independent study, an internship, music, arts, after-school/tutorial program, community service or other engagement projects and sports  For additional information:  Costs  Deadlines (June 1st!)  Applications  Visit the guidance website

12  AP Language & Composition  AP Literature & Composition  AP Calculus AB  AP Calculus BC  AP Statistics  AP Biology  AP Chemistry  AP Environmental  AP Physics  AP European History  AP US History  AP Government  AP Art History  AP Studio Art ***Applications can be found on the web or in guidance. Signatures from current teacher and AP teacher need to be obtained on application.

13 VHS  VHS stands for Virtual High School  Available for enrichment opportunities  Courses are available to students who have a desire to learn elective curriculum that is not available here at Hayes. However they do not replace courses available. Visit for course offerings.  See the guidance website to learn more and to access the on-line application.

14 Weighted Grades  AP classes are weighted for grades of C- or higher. This means that an A = 5 pts. B = 4 pts. etc. for AP classes only  GPA’s can be over 4.0  Valedictorian - all students who have a 4.1 GPA and 3 AP classes.  Salutatorian - all students who have a 4.0 GPA and 2 AP classes.

15  8 Class Periods + 1 lunch  Shortened periods to 45 minutes, school day extended by 10 minutes  Sophomore must take 7 periods of classes  Lunch periods: 4, 6, 8, 10  School Hours are: 7:30 – 2:40  Your schedule might look something like this: OR Period 1 7:30-8:15 Period 28:20-9:05 Period 39:10-9:55 Period 4 - Lunch 10:00-10:30 Period 5/610:35-11:20 Period 7/811:25-12:10 Period 9/1012:15-1:00 Period 111:05-1:50 Period 121:55-2:40 Period 1 7:30-8:15 Period 2 8:20-9:05 Period 3 9:10-9:55 Period 4/510:00-10:45 Period 6/7 10:50-11:35 Period 8/911:40-12:25 Period 10 - Lunch 12:30-1:00 Period 11 1:05-1:50 Period 12 1:55-2:40

16  Concert Orchestra  Symphonic Orchestra  Chemistry Accelerated  AP Environmental Science  Hybrid Fitness/PE  Hybrid Health  JAG Multiyear  Child Development  Life Choices  On Your Own  Volunteer Work Experience  Concert Orchestra  Symphonic Orchestra  Chemistry Accelerated  AP Environmental Science  Hybrid Fitness/PE  Hybrid Health  JAG Multiyear  Child Development  Life Choices  On Your Own  Volunteer Work Experience

17 Science oAP Environmental Science oMust have completed Algebra 2 and have completed or be concurrently enrolled in Chemistry oChemistry Accelerated oThis course will go more in-depth & at a faster pace than Chemistry. Students planning to major in the Sciences in college are encouraged to take this course. oMust be enrolled concurrently in Pre-Calc or have a B or higher in Biology or H. Biology oAP Science courses will be 2 periods in length for lab

18 Hybrid Courses Hybrid courses are taught partly online and partly in the classroom. Students may not be required to report to the course daily but will have coursework to complete on their own on that day. Hybrid Courses will be offered in: Earth Science Government & Economics Health Fitness/PE

19 Music  Concert Orchestra  Symphony Orchestra *Audition Only  Marching & Wind Ensemble Band  Music Theory & Harmony  Jazz Band will become an after-school program.

20 Volunteer Work Credit An opportunity to earn 1 credit through 160 hours of volunteer service at a non-profit community service organization. May be repeated once. Name Changes: Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) - Formerly JOG Jobs for America’s Graduates Multi-Year – Formerly Futures Life Choices – Formerly Life Planning Child Development – Formerly Parenting On Your Own – Formerly Living Today

21 o Career Focused Sophomore Program  Explore transportation, and construction programs  Complete a wide range of projects using the appropriate tools, techniques, and terminology associated with each program  Hands-on projects include: Building CO2 race cars, model engines, spend time in transportation modular lab, and construct small sheds o Career Focus: Prepared for a two year technical program in construction or transportation o Career Graphics  Work in a print shop to develop employability, problem-solving, and life skills  Hands-on projects include: Glass etching, laser engraving, painting, signage for school projects, billboard design, building CO2 cars, etc.  Explore a wide-range of career tech programs while receiving academic support o Career Focus: Prepared to continue high school and qualify for a career tech program

22 Applications  AP Classes  Open Lunch and Study hall Option  Virtual High School -VHS  Delhi  D-Town  Applications can be found on the web or in the School Counseling office.

23 Physical Education Waiver o Students may opt to waive their PE classes by participating in & successfully completing two seasons of an OHSAA approved sport or Marching Band o At the conclusion of each athletic season, the Athletic Dept. and Marching Band Director (fall only) will provide the Counseling Office with a list of students who completed the season. The students will be awarded one PE waiver on their high school transcript. At the conclusion of each school year, the AFJROTC instructor will provide the Counseling Office with a list of students who completed a full year of AFJROTC. These students will also be awarded a PE waiver on their high school transcript. Students not wishing to take part in the PE waiver should submit a letter to their high school counselor.

24 Students will now only be able to drop courses ONE time during their high school career without penalty after the first two weeks of the start of a course. A “W” indicating Withdrawal from the course will be entered on the transcript. This does not affect the GPA. All courses dropped after this option is used, will result in an F. This will be entered on the transcript and will affect the GPA. If a student has dropped courses prior to the school year, he/she will still be granted the one-time “W” option.

25 The following restrictions are placed upon this choice:  No required core course may be taken pass/fail.  No more than one credit may be elected in a given subject area during the four years of high school.  PowerSchool will indicate actual grade percentage earned.  A student may choose to return to the standard letter grade anytime prior to the end of the course. If this option is selected, the student is responsible for making the request in writing to their Guidance counselor by the end of the course. The student will then receive a letter grade for the final grade of the course. When the student drops the pass/fail option, they may not use the pass/fail option for another course in that school year.  Application must be returned to guidance no later than the end of course’s 1st Term.

26 Scheduling Think about your 4-year plan. Be sure you consider what you want your senior year to look like. Decide on what classes you want to take next year. PE & Health are important especially if you want to attend the Career Center. Be sure you have enough classes for graduation, honors diploma, athletic eligibility, etc. Check out the Course Handbook on-line at: Discuss your choices with your parents. Make a list of questions to discuss with your guidance counselor when you schedule.

27  Your counselors will be scheduling with you individually during your science class on your assigned date  Talk with your parents this week regarding your schedule for next year.  What is your 4 year plan?  Consider what you would like to take during your future years.  If you have questions, ask your assigned counselor during scheduling.  During individual scheduling, time will be limited. Please have decisions made beforehand.  Your counselors will be scheduling with you individually during your science class on your assigned date  Talk with your parents this week regarding your schedule for next year.  What is your 4 year plan?  Consider what you would like to take during your future years.  If you have questions, ask your assigned counselor during scheduling.  During individual scheduling, time will be limited. Please have decisions made beforehand.

28 FridayFeb. 1PittmanFridayFeb. 8Hohman Mon.Feb. 4AustinMon.Feb. 11Kovatch Tues.Feb. 5BabsonTues.Feb. 12Lehman Weds.Feb. 6BakunasWeds.Feb. 13King Thurs.Feb. 7CarpenterThurs. Friday Feb. 14 Feb. 15NesselroadNoll Scheduling

29 All Course Applications are due February 22, 2013 Course selection sheets are due when you meet with your counselor on your scheduling date Any requests to change your course selections must be submitted to your School Counselor by June 10, Students may only make ONE request to change their schedule. (Multiple changes can be made in this one request.) Students will only be able to change course requests to the alternate courses that are originally submitted to the counselor. NO REQUESTS WILL BE HONORED AFTER THIS DATE.

30 Powerschool Scheduler Students will be able to register for classes through Powerschool You should access this now prior to your assigned Science scheduling day when you meet with your counselor. Your counselor will verify the classes you have signed up for during your meeting. Consult your graduation progress plan online as you are selecting your classes.

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