Presentation on theme: "Welcome SequoitS Class of 2018. Administration Mr. Bradford Hubbard -Principal Ms. Aryan Haren -Assistant Principal-Curriculum & Instruction Mr. Omar."— Presentation transcript:
Administration Mr. Bradford Hubbard -Principal Ms. Aryan Haren -Assistant Principal-Curriculum & Instruction Mr. Omar Rodriguez -Assistant Principal-Student Services Mr. Steven Schoenfelder -Assistant Principal- Athletics/Buildings & Grounds Ms. Janet Frichtl -Director of Special Education Ms. Pat McGuigan -Dean of Students Mr. Wilbur Borrero -Dean of Students
Program Objective Tonight we will review information about… Tonight we will review information about… RegistrationRegistration EnrollmentEnrollment InvolvementInvolvement Course OfferingsCourse Offerings SchedulingScheduling NavianceNaviance ExpectationsExpectations BehaviorBehavior Attendance & Timely ArrivalAttendance & Timely Arrival
Registration & Enrollment Contents of Tonight’s Packet Contents of Tonight’s Packet AgendaAgenda EXPLORE ResultsEXPLORE Results Course & Activity GuideCourse & Activity Guide Student Information Form*Student Information Form* World Language FlyerWorld Language Flyer School MapSchool Map “Steps Towards College”“Steps Towards College” Homework TipsHomework Tips Feedback FormFeedback Form
Registration & Enrollment Student Verification SheetStudent Verification Sheet Student Fee SheetStudent Fee Sheet Emergency Treatment Consent FormEmergency Treatment Consent Form Medication Consent FormMedication Consent Form Health History InformationHealth History Information Freshman Health PacketFreshman Health Packet General Permission FormGeneral Permission Form Sex Offender LetterSex Offender Letter Release of Records FormRelease of Records Form Electronic Network AccessElectronic Network Access All registration paperwork is required to be completed before a student can attend school.
Getting Involved Relationships, Relationships, Relationships Relationships, Relationships, Relationships Increased involvement and engagement positively contribute to student success!Increased involvement and engagement positively contribute to student success!
Parent involvement at ACHS Sequoit Pride Sequoit Pride Football Moms Football Moms Principal’s Advisory Committee (PAC) Principal’s Advisory Committee (PAC) Antioch Music Performing Art Support (AMPS) Antioch Music Performing Art Support (AMPS) Discipline and Attendance Committee Discipline and Attendance Committee
Student involvement at ACHS Academic Program Academic Program Tonight and throughout the enrollment period, engage in conversation with…Tonight and throughout the enrollment period, engage in conversation with… ParentsParents 8 th grade teachers8 th grade teachers ACHS Counselors and Department ChairsACHS Counselors and Department Chairs Athletics/Fine Arts/Clubs & Activities Athletics/Fine Arts/Clubs & Activities Student Cabinet AKA… (Mr. Hubbard’s Cupboard) Student Cabinet AKA… (Mr. Hubbard’s Cupboard)
Data Used to support placement in Core Academic Courses 8 th Grade EXPLORE Results8 th Grade EXPLORE Results GradesGrades NWEA MAP Math DataNWEA MAP Math Data Department Chair/Counselor Articulation with Middle School Staff and StudentsDepartment Chair/Counselor Articulation with Middle School Staff and Students 8 th Grade Teacher Placement Recommendation8 th Grade Teacher Placement Recommendation
Data Used to support placement in Core Academic Courses Contd… ENGLISHMATHSCIENCESOCIAL STUDIES English I Honors (EXPLORE Reading 17+ and English 17+; writing sample) Integrated Math 1 Honors (EXPLORE Math 19+; NWEA 235-250) Physics Honors (EXPLORE Science 19+ and Math 19+; co-rec. Integrated Math 1 Honors or higher) Global Studies Required Freshman Course English I (EXPLORE English ≤ 16 and Reading ≤ 16) Integrated Math 1 (EXPLORE Math 15-18; NWEA 225-240) Physics (EXPLORE Science ≤18 and Math ≤18) Reading Improvement (EXPLORE English ≤ 12 and Reading ≤ 12) Integrated Math 1 Extended (EXPLORE Math 12-14; NWEA <225) Physical Science (EXPLORE Science ≤15 and Math ≤14) English 100 LOP English 101 Instructional English 103 ED REQUIRE AN ACTIVE IEP Integrated Math 2 Honors (B in Alg. I Honors and Math 2 Bridge summer class or B in Integrated Math 1 Honors; NWEA 250+) Science 101 Instructional Science 103 ED REQUIRE AN ACTIVE IEP Algebra II Honors (B in Alg. I Honors and Geometry Honors) Math 100 LOP Math 101 Instructional Math 103 ED REQUIRE AN ACTIVE IEP
P.E., Driver Education & Health English Department Chair: English Department Chair: Ms. DeeAnn AndershockMs. DeeAnn Andershock Math Department Chair Math Department Chair Ms. Jill FarrellMs. Jill Farrell Science Department Chair: Science Department Chair: Ms. Elizabeth Potter-NelsonMs. Elizabeth Potter-Nelson Social Studies Department Chair: Social Studies Department Chair: Mr. John WalkerMr. John Walker Special Education Coordinator: Special Education Coordinator: Dr. Brie CedernaDr. Brie Cederna
World Languages Department Chair: Department Chair: Ms. Kristina WilsonMs. Kristina Wilson Courses Open to Freshman: Courses Open to Freshman: German I & IIGerman I & II Spanish I, II, IIISpanish I, II, III Spanish III HonorsSpanish III Honors Spanish IVSpanish IV Spanish IV HonorsSpanish IV Honors
Career & Technical Education Department Chair: Department Chair: Ms. Susie SoukupMs. Susie Soukup Program is divided into four areas of study: Program is divided into four areas of study: 1.Business Education *Consumer Education *Consumer Education 2.Career Programs (LCHD) 3.Family & Consumer Science 4.Technology Information Courses Open to Freshman: Courses Open to Freshman: Introduction to Business* Computer Applications Multimedia Design Foods 1, 2, 3 Apparel Design & Construction 1, 2 Preschool 1, 2 Foundations of Technology (STEM) Wood Technology Electronics Computer Aided Drafting & Design (CADD) Small Engines
Fine Arts Department Chair: Department Chair: Ms. Wanda TeddyMs. Wanda Teddy Program is divided into three areas of study: Program is divided into three areas of study: 1.Visual Arts 2.Theatre 3.Music Courses Open to Freshman: Courses Open to Freshman: Fine Arts Appreciation Art 2D Art 3D Drawing 1 Painting 1 Ceramics 1 Computer Art Digital Photography Beginning Theatre Stagecraft Orchestra Percussion Ensemble Concert Band Class Voice Treble Choir Concert Choir a Cappella Choir Music Theory I Electronic Music Keyboarding
P.E., Driver Education & Health Department Chair: Department Chair: Ms. Teri KlobnackMs. Teri Klobnack General Information: General Information: 3.5 years of PE is required3.5 years of PE is required Weekly RoutineWeekly Routine 3 days per week of a sports activity, weight training, or recreational activity.3 days per week of a sports activity, weight training, or recreational activity. 2 days per week of fitness-related activities, designed to improve personal levels of fitness.2 days per week of fitness-related activities, designed to improve personal levels of fitness. Fitness testing will be done three to four times per year.Fitness testing will be done three to four times per year. A school-issued P.E. uniform is required for all students.A school-issued P.E. uniform is required for all students. Drivers Education is also open to freshman who turn 15 before January 1 st.Drivers Education is also open to freshman who turn 15 before January 1 st. Enrollment priority is issued to upper classmen.Enrollment priority is issued to upper classmen.
Courses & Credits CoursesGraduation Requirement by Credit Hours (Semesters) College Requirement by Semester Math 3 (6 Semesters)8 English 4 (8 Semesters)6 Science 2 (4 Semesters)6 Social Studies 3 (6 Semesters)6 World Language 04 Fine Arts.5 (1 Semester)Variable Illinois Elective Credit1 (2 Semesters)0 Health.5 (1 Semester)0 PE3.5 (7 Semesters)0 Traffic Safety.50 Consumer Ed..50 PSAENA Graduation Requirement a Minimum of 22.5 Total Credits = 18.5Remaining 4 credits in elective courses
Increased rigor Students are encouraged to increase the rigor of their academic program.Students are encouraged to increase the rigor of their academic program. Beginning with the class of 2018, students are expected to incorporate an Advanced Placement (AP) course into their academic program.Beginning with the class of 2018, students are expected to incorporate an Advanced Placement (AP) course into their academic program. District 117 has increased the number of AP classes from 17-21 across several departments.District 117 has increased the number of AP classes from 17-21 across several departments. You can see a complete list of AP courses on pg. 23 of your Course & Activity Guide.You can see a complete list of AP courses on pg. 23 of your Course & Activity Guide. Beginning with the class of 2018, District 117 will no longer calculate class rank.Beginning with the class of 2018, District 117 will no longer calculate class rank.
Examples of Student Schedules This schedule includes 4 academic courses, Extended Math I & Support, Health/P.E. and Study Hall. This schedule includes 4 academic courses, Extended Math I & Support, Health/P.E. and Study Hall. 1.Study Hall 2.Global Studies 3.Integrated Math I Extended 4.Lunch/Study Hall 5.Physical Science 6.Extended Math I Support 7.Health (Semester 1)/PE (Semester 2) 8.English I
Examples of Student Schedules This schedule includes 5 academic courses, Reading Improvement and two one semester elective courses. This schedule includes 5 academic courses, Reading Improvement and two one semester elective courses. 1.Global Studies 2.Reading Improvement 3.Integrated Math I 4.Lunch/Study Hall 5.Physical Science 6.Wood Tech (Semester 1)/Art 2D (Semester 2) 7.English I 8.PE (Semester 1)/Health (Semester 2)
Examples of Student Schedules This schedule includes 5 academic courses, with Honors Math, Science, PE/Health and an elective. This schedule includes 5 academic courses, with Honors Math, Science, PE/Health and an elective. 1.Physics Honors 2.Health (Semester 1)/P.E. (Semester 2) 3.Spanish 1 4.Lunch/Study Hall 5.Global Studies 6.Integrated Math Honors 7.English I 8.Concert Choir
Academic PlanningAcademic Planning College/Career DevelopmentCollege/Career Development Student/Parent Liaison to School PersonnelStudent/Parent Liaison to School Personnel College Application SupportCollege Application Support Financial Aid SupportFinancial Aid Support Facilitate College Application ProcessFacilitate College Application Process Social Emotional SupportSocial Emotional Support Student Support Team (SST)Student Support Team (SST)
ACHS Attendance Expectations Attendance Attendance Average Daily Attendance (ADA)Average Daily Attendance (ADA) Excusable Absence/TardyExcusable Absence/Tardy Personal IllnessPersonal Illness Court AppearanceCourt Appearance Death in the Family (Please contact your student’s counselor)Death in the Family (Please contact your student’s counselor) School-sponsored Field Trip or ActivitySchool-sponsored Field Trip or Activity Medical Lockout Medical Lockout Absence Authorization Absence Authorization Please call 847-395-1421 to report an absence.Please call 847-395-1421 to report an absence. Absences must be reported by 9:00 AM on the day of the absence.Absences must be reported by 9:00 AM on the day of the absence.
Important Dates February 19 & 20, 2014 - 8 th Grade Course Enrollment February 19 & 20, 2014 - 8 th Grade Course Enrollment Appointments by alpha orderAppointments by alpha order Mailing with detailed information to followMailing with detailed information to follow February 27, 2014 February 27, 2014 Deadline to make changes to course selectionsDeadline to make changes to course selections June 3-27 June 3-27 Summer Freshman AcademySummer Freshman Academy Full Day of Attendance on June 3 rdFull Day of Attendance on June 3 rd Summer SchoolSummer School Times will be forthcomingTimes will be forthcoming Dates Subject to Change Due to Weather Dates Subject to Change Due to Weather
Important Dates August 12, 2014 August 12, 2014 Freshman OrientationFreshman Orientation August 13, 2014 August 13, 2014 Fall Sports BeginFall Sports Begin August 18, 2014 August 18, 2014 First Day of Student AttendanceFirst Day of Student Attendance August 19, 2014 August 19, 2014 Freshman Parent NightFreshman Parent Night August 22, 2014 August 22, 2014 Athletic Kick Off NightAthletic Kick Off Night
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