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1 Class of 2018 Freshman Orientation TERRA Environmental Research Institute

2 Welcome Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Vivamus et magna. Fusce sed sem sed magna suscipit egestas. Ms. Carrie Montano, Principal Assistant Principals Mrs. Jennifer Knepper Illá, Environmental Academy Mr. Jose Sirven, Robotics/Engineering Academy Mr. Henny Cristobol, Biomedical Academy

3 What Box?

4 Discipline

5 MRS. KNEPPER-ILLA Assistant Principal

6 Uniforms White or hunter green polo shirt with the TERRA logo and navy blue colored pants. NO shorts, jeans, capris, SKINNY PANTS, or skirts. (Note: no other colored shirts or pants will be permitted.) The school logo must be in the upper left hand corner of the uniform shirt. Shirts must be TUCKED in at all times. Sweaters must be school colors with the TERRA logo (white, hunter green, or navy blue.) Absolutely no hoodies allowed. Belts must be worn at all times. No open-toed or backless shoes (no sandals, flip-flops, slides, bedroom slippers, or Crocs are permitted.) Sneakers are allowed.

7 Uniforms

8 ID Policy

9 MR. CRISTOBOL Assistant Principal

10 First Day of School Monday, August 18, 2014 School begins at 7:20 A.M. SHARP Arrive by 7:10 A.M. Make sure you are dressed for success in your school uniform FREE breakfast is served daily begining at 6:30 A.M. in the Cafeteria KNOW WHERE TO GO: Please report to your Homeroom class where you will receive your schedule Lunch schedule to be announced School day ends at 2:20 P.M.

11 Attendance School hours – 7:20 A.M. – 2:20 P.M.

12 Tablets

13 MR. SIRVEN Assistant Principal

14 TERRA Map and Main Entrance

15 Lunch Procedures

16 Lunch Applications Apply today at:

17 Pay Pams

18 MR. IASSUDO Test Chairperson

19 PSAT October 15, 2014 Register today and during lunch for $14.00

20 Help Your Teenager Get on the Path to College

21 Scholarship Competition By taking the PSAT/NMSQT, your child may be eligible to enter competitions for college scholarship and other academic recognition programs from: – The National Merit Scholarship Corporation – The College Board offers additional scholarship and recognition programs. Information can be found at

22 MS. FRIEDLANDER Student Service Department Chairperson

23 Student Services 9 th Grade Counselor – Ms. Fowler 10 th Grade Counselor – Mrs. Friedlander – 11 th Grade Counselor – Mr. Miller – 12 th Grade Counselor – Mrs. Cardenas –

24 Graduation Requirements (2015) 24 CREDITS ENGLISH/ESOL 4 CREDITS MATH 4 CREDITS (ALG 1, GEOM, & 2 COURSES AT ALG 2 OR HIGHER) SCIENCE 3 CREDITS (EARTH SPACE & BIO 1 & 1 OF: PHYS SCI, CHEM, PHYS) SOCIAL SCIENCE 3 CREDITS (WORLD HIST, US HIST, GOVT & ECON) FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIRED FOR COLLEGE ADMISSION TO STATE UNIVERSITIES PERFORMING ARTS/FINE ARTS/PRACTICAL ARTS 1 CREDIT PERFORMING/FINE ARTS OR PRACTICAL ART PHYSICAL SCIENCE/HEALTH I CREDIT ELECTIVES 8 CREDITS GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) CUMULATIVE 2.0 ON A 4.0 MINIMUM GRADE TO EARN COURSE CREDIT D TESTINGPASSING SCORE ON FCAT 2.0 READING AND ALL APPLICABLE EOC TESTS COMMUNITY SERVICE 100 HOURS DIGITAL LEARNING AT LEAST ONE ONLINE COURSE IS REQUIRED

25 Internet Policy

26 MS. NELSON Athletic Director

27 Athletics

28 MRS. GONZALEZ Activities Director

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30 Activities/Field Trip Participation Criteria ACADEMICS: Students on academic probation may be denied participation in any student activity. Student must maintain a 2.5 Grade Point Average. CONDUCT: Student must maintain at least a “B” in conduct for each class. STUDENT FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS: Student must not have any pending financial obligations with the Media Center or Class Fees. DISCIPLINE: Student must not have had any suspensions throughout the school year. ATTENDANCE: Students may not participate in activities once they accumulate 10 tardies/10 absences (excused or unexcused). Students MUST be present in school on time the day of any event in order to participate. COMMUNITY SERVICE: Student must have submitted the required 100 community service hours to their counselor by Friday, December 19 th, (Applies to Senior Activities only.) INTERSHCOLASTIC CONTRACTS (FM-7155): Applies to all performing groups and competitions. Each student must have one on file with the group sponsor.

31 CLUB RUSH Club Fair September 11 th, 2014 during lunch National Art Honor Society Art Club Biomedical Club Book Club Chess Close Up Conservation Teen Scientists Debate English Honor Society Environmental Club Future Business Leaders of America Future Educators of America French Honor Society GSA HOSA Interact Japanese Club Marine Science Club Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society Marine Science Club National Art Honor Society Art Club Biomedical Club Book Club Chess Close Up Conservation Teen Scientists Debate English Honor Society Environmental Club Future Business Leaders of America Future Educators of America French Honor Society GSA HOSA Interact Japanese Club Marine Science Club Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society Marine Science Club Model UN Tri-M Music Honor Society National Honor Society Quill & Scroll Journalism Honor Society Pep Squad/Emerald Dancers Photography Club Robotics Club S.A.D.D Science Honor Society (Phi Beta Chi) Silver Knight Social Studies Honor Society Spanish Honor Society Student Government TERRA Class 2015 TERRA Class 2016 TERRA Class 2017 TERRA Class 2018 Thespian Honor Society Vex Women of Tomorrow Yearbook Model UN Tri-M Music Honor Society National Honor Society Quill & Scroll Journalism Honor Society Pep Squad/Emerald Dancers Photography Club Robotics Club S.A.D.D Science Honor Society (Phi Beta Chi) Silver Knight Social Studies Honor Society Spanish Honor Society Student Government TERRA Class 2015 TERRA Class 2016 TERRA Class 2017 TERRA Class 2018 Thespian Honor Society Vex Women of Tomorrow Yearbook

32 A Student Perspective Katie Barrow SGA Vice-President

33 STAY CONNECTED TERRA Website: Follow us on Facebook. (Follow the school page as well as your Class’s group page).

34 STAY CONNECTED Visit TERRA’s School Tube page Subscribe to get regular updates on TERRA Activities

35 Mrs. Rosa Maria Barbara – President School Uniforms PTSA Membership and Donations First PTSA General Meeting: – September 17, 6:00 P.M. Mrs. Rosa Maria Barbara – President School Uniforms PTSA Membership and Donations First PTSA General Meeting: – September 17, 6:00 P.M.

36 PTSA meetings TERRA PTSA College Scholarships TERRA activities TERRA families Farmers Market Park Clean Up Athletics Performing and Visual Arts College Fair College and Coffee HOWL AT THE MOON Family/Movie Night Volunteer Student Activities Teacher Appreciation Week Teacher Welcome Back Orientation Guest Speakers PTSA Store ACTIVITIES THAT NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

37 TERRA PTSA STAY CONNECTED: Scan your smart phone over the QR code to go to our webpage TERRA PTSA STAY CONNECTED: Scan your smart phone over the QR code to go to our webpage

38 TERRA ALMA MATER Innovators, pioneers and leaders all combine To make the world a greener place for all of humankind. Ambassadors delivering our message all around, TERRA Wolves never cease to stand tall and proud. TERRA Alma Mater always proudly we shall sing. TERRA Alma Mater forever the howl will ring. Through the seas of knowledge and integrity we sail May our unity and strength eternally prevail. A noble legacy the terra wolves shall leave behind Our precious memories shall be conserved for all of time. TERRA Alma Mater always proudly we shall sing. TERRA Alma Mater forever the howl will ring.

39 Save the Dates! 9/11: CLUB RUSH during lunch in the Courtyard 9/12: FALL PEP RALLY!! 9/30: Open 6:00 pm 10/23: C/O 2018 ELECTIONS MEETING

40 ACADEMY PRESENTATION/TOUR


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