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Who’s Your Counselor? A - CL = MRS. ZACARIAS CO - GON = MR. NAKASHIMA GOO - LA = MRS. RAMIREZ-HOLLINGSHEAD LE - OL = MRS. MARTINEZ OM - SAK = MS. BIXLER.

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Presentation on theme: "Who’s Your Counselor? A - CL = MRS. ZACARIAS CO - GON = MR. NAKASHIMA GOO - LA = MRS. RAMIREZ-HOLLINGSHEAD LE - OL = MRS. MARTINEZ OM - SAK = MS. BIXLER."— Presentation transcript:

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2 Who’s Your Counselor? A - CL = MRS. ZACARIAS CO - GON = MR. NAKASHIMA GOO - LA = MRS. RAMIREZ-HOLLINGSHEAD LE - OL = MRS. MARTINEZ OM - SAK = MS. BIXLER SAL - Z = MRS. REDGATE Licensed Clinical Social Worker – Angela Castellanos A - CL = MRS. ZACARIAS CO - GON = MR. NAKASHIMA GOO - LA = MRS. RAMIREZ-HOLLINGSHEAD LE - OL = MRS. MARTINEZ OM - SAK = MS. BIXLER SAL - Z = MRS. REDGATE Licensed Clinical Social Worker – Angela Castellanos *The current counselor caseload will change this summer

3 Registration Presentations Monday, March 26 (Lake Center) Tuesday, March 27 (Lakeside) Friday, March 30 (Los Nietos) Counselors will: 1. Handout registration documents 2. Review registration information 3. Answer questions re: registration and Santa Fe High School

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7 Student’s First & Last Name Counselor will fill in I.D Parent’s Signature Student’s Signature

8 TURN OVER – Additional Information on back

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10 Please complete the information requested on this form.

11 Items to be RETURNED ON Tuesday, April 3 (Lakeside) Wednesday, April 4 (Lake Center) Thursday, April 5(Los Nietos) 1. Course Selection Form w/parent and student signature. Green 2. WUHSD Emergency Information Form 3. Enrollment Form Front Back AND

12 Santa Fe High School Athletics Our athletics directors will be visiting the middle schools and provide your students information on our SFHS athletic offerings. Our athletic directors will be available after this presentation to answer questions. Our athletics directors will be visiting the middle schools and provide your students information on our SFHS athletic offerings. Our athletic directors will be available after this presentation to answer questions.

13 Santa Fe H.S. Summer School 9 th Grade summer school will be held for Bridge Students Only! Bridge students are middle school students who do not meet the promotion requirements. 9 th Grade summer school will be held for Bridge Students Only! Bridge students are middle school students who do not meet the promotion requirements.

14 Information about 8 th Grade Testing! All 8 th graders will take a placement test.

15 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS TESTING Week of May 21 – May 25 MATH TESTING Week of May 29 – June 1Week of May 29 – June 1 All English Language Arts and Math testing will take place at the middle schools. All tests will be given by your student’s current English Language Arts or Math teacher

16 New Students to WUHSD English & Math Testing (For Students Not Attending Our Partner Middle Schools) Testing for Private School students & students new to WUHSD is scheduled for: Saturday, April 28 8:00A.M. Sierra Education Center – 9401 S. Painter Avenue Rooms B200/221 Call to reserve a spot for your child – Vickee DeLadurantey at (562) , Ext Testing for Private School students & students new to WUHSD is scheduled for: Saturday, April 28 8:00A.M. Sierra Education Center – 9401 S. Painter Avenue Rooms B200/221 Call to reserve a spot for your child – Vickee DeLadurantey at (562) , Ext. 1171

17 HONORS TESTING There’s no special testing for Honors placement. English Language Arts/Math tests taken at Middle School CST scores & teacher recommendations will be used to help determine honors placement

18 HONORS NOTIFICATION Whittier Union HSD will notify parents, through the mail, if their student qualifies for the HONORS Program. English Hp & Geometry Hp classes require the completion of summer assignments Whittier Union HSD will notify parents, through the mail, if their student qualifies for the HONORS Program. English Hp & Geometry Hp classes require the completion of summer assignments

19 Service Learning Award  This program acknowledges students who have made contributions to their community by sharing their time and talents and making a difference in the lives of others.  Any student who performs 50 or more hours per year will receive a certificate of service in an awards ceremony at the end of the school year.  Seniors who have performed 200 or more hours of service** over the course of his/her four years in high school (NOT including Senior Project fieldwork hours) will be eligible to wear a corded medal at graduation.

20 You Are Not Yet High School Students!!!!! In the Next 3 Months You MUST: PASS ALL OF YOUR CLASSES: Students who fail to meet the middle school promotion requirements will: Be REQUIRED to attend the Summer Bridge Program (Summer School) Be placed in a Guided Study class as one of your ELECTIVE Choices. PASS ALL OF YOUR CLASSES: Students who fail to meet the middle school promotion requirements will: Be REQUIRED to attend the Summer Bridge Program (Summer School) Be placed in a Guided Study class as one of your ELECTIVE Choices.

21 Score Well on Standardized Tests: - Scores from California Standards Tests (CST) will be used in Honors Class Placement. - Possible placement of students in elective English and/or Math classes. - determine 9 th grade English & Math Class Placement (Algebra 1, Geometry-P, Geometry HP). * The material you are learning this year will be on the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). A passing score is required as part of the graduation requirements. - Scores from California Standards Tests (CST) will be used in Honors Class Placement. - Possible placement of students in elective English and/or Math classes. - determine 9 th grade English & Math Class Placement (Algebra 1, Geometry-P, Geometry HP). * The material you are learning this year will be on the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). A passing score is required as part of the graduation requirements.

22 Getting ready for 9 th Grade! All incoming 9 th grade students will need to: 1.Pick up an information packet which will be available in the guidance office in late July. 2. Return all forms during program confirmation week (Thursday, August 16), at which time they will receive their schedule.

23 Freshman Orientation Day Link Crew Members will contact incoming 9 th grade students Orientation Day – August 21 st and 22 nd Freshman Orientation Day Link Crew Members will contact incoming 9 th grade students Orientation Day – August 21 st and 22 nd

24 Freshmen 1st Day August 28, :30am – 11:30 Attend all classes Meet teachers – Get important tips for success in school Sign-up for clubs Freshmen Only

25 Mandatory Parent Partnership Meetings What: Parents & Students meet with a guidance counselor in a group setting to receive a Freshman Handbook and other essential information. Where: Santa Fe High School When: June :00pm & 6:00pm Why: The more information that we can provide to you, the better prepared you and your student will be in meeting the challenges of high school. You will receive a Teleparent phone message with the dates of the presentations. Attendance is mandatory in order for your student to receive his/her class schedule in August. & July :00am & 5:00pm

26 Items to be RETURNED ON Tuesday, April 3 (Lakeside) Wednesday, April 4 (Lake Center) Thursday, April 5(Los Nietos) 1. Course Selection Form w/parent and student signature. Green 2. WUHSD Emergency Information Form 3. Enrollment Form Front Back AND


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