Presentation on theme: "Welcome class of 2017. Class of 2016 Visit to HS on April 9 Saw career and tech classes, plus Biology, Calculus and Spanish Learned about Graduation Requirements."— Presentation transcript:
Class of 2016 Visit to HS on April 9 Saw career and tech classes, plus Biology, Calculus and Spanish Learned about Graduation Requirements – as far as we know. Heard from current HS students about clubs and programs
CURRENT PLANS *Distinguished Achievement Program – 26 Credits *Recommended Program – 26 Credits Minimum Program – 22 Credits PROPOSED CHANGES TO THESE PLANS * Foundational High School Program
College Readiness: Many colleges and universities minimally require the RHSP (Foundational) for admission. In addition, students ranked in the top 10% of their graduating class from an accredited Texas public high school are eligible for automatic admission to most Texas public universities if they have completed the RHSP or the DAP. (Exceptions – UT Austin requires for 2014 Top 7%) Recognition: The RHSP seal will be affixed to the Academic Achievement Record (transcript). Test Results: Research suggests that students who take the additional English, math, social studies, and science courses make higher scores on the SAT or ACT college entrance exams. The RHSP requires four credits in each of these core courses. (Foundational Plan would continue some of these requirements.)
o STAAR replaced TAKS beginning in March 2012. o Beginning with 2011-2012 9 th grade students must take the End of Course (EOC) tests for the courses in which they are enrolled. o Continues with incoming 9 th grade 2013-2014, but may look different than current.
o Students must pass the courses required by their graduation program.
English Language Arts English I English II English III* Mathematics Algebra I Geometry Algebra II* Social Studies World Geography World History U.S. History Science Biology Chemistry Physics *Also has College Readiness Score
English Language Arts English II *English III Mathematics Algebra I *Algebra II Social Studies U.S. History Science Biology *For College Readiness
Four different scores Minimum Score Students who do not achieve minimum score must retake the EOC Passing Score (Satisfactory Performance) College Readiness Score Cumulative Score
Achieve satisfactory performance required for graduation.
Foundational (Recommended) Graduation Program (Default program for all CCISD students Must take all EOC tests. Must achieve Satisfactory Academic Performance on the EOC * Stay tuned for more details.
Register for 4 core courses – English 1, Algebra 1, Biology, World Geography Register for Athletic/PE courses Register for Electives Teen Leadership Spanish 1 Art/Choir/Band/Theater Principles of Ag Business Info Mgmt Principles of Human Service/Hospitality Med. Terms (.5) Principles of Law PreAP Determinations: PreAP English 1, PreAP Geom, PreAP Biology
English ISpanish I PAP English I Business Information Management Algebra I PAP GeomPrinciples of Ag. Food & Nat. Resources BiologyPrinciples of Human Services PAP Biology Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Medical Terminology World Geography Principles of Law, Public Safety Teen Leadership (year) Personal Fitness/ Team Sports Athletics Choir/ Band/ Theater/Art
Clyde High School Current AP and Dual Credit Offerings for Jr and Sr students 9 th Grade12 th Grade PreAP English 1Dual Credit English IV PreaAP GeometryAP English IV PreAP BiologyDual Credit Alg/Statistics AP Calculus 10 th GradeDual Credit Biology PreAP English 2Dual Credit Anatomy and Physiology Pre AP Alg. 2Dual Credit Spanish 4 Pre AP ChemistryDual Credit Welding Dual Credit Law Enforcement 11 th Grade AP English 3 Pre AP Pre Cal Dual Credit Biology Dual Credit Spanish 3 Dual Credit Welding Dual Credit Law Enforcement
1.Student Course Request Instructions 2.Go to www.clyde.esc14.netwww.clyde.esc14.net 3.Find the Students tab 4.Click on TxMyZone at the bottom and this screen will appear 5.You will need your Student ID, your date of birth and the last four digits of your social. 6.Click Login to access the student course requests 7.Once into the system, you should see your name in the left corner of the screen with the grade level you will be in next year. 8.You will have anywhere from 8-16 Units showing the left corner 9.Once you begin selecting courses, this number should (in most cases) decrease by two. Each 1 year course is worth 2 units. 10.You will select a tab under the subjects heading and click on the course you desire. In some cases, a course has already been selected for you. If the chosen course IS NOT what you desire email your counselor firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org 11.Requested courses will move from available to requested. 12.Please be sure to select at least 2 alternate courses. 13.Once all course selections have been made you must hit submit. 14.Turn your choice sheet back into a counselor with a parent signature.
In order to receive credit for a class, a student must be in attendance 90% of the days the class is offered. That means a student may not miss more than 18 days per course, or 9 days per semester course. A student missing more than 10 minutes of a class will be counted absent. Attendance counts for EVERY class. Please make every effort to attend school. If a student must be out, please bring a note. Also, the day of the absence a parent/guardian needs to call the school.
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Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and know your grades. Commit to making the highest 6 weeks grade possible. Attend class every day. Communicate: Have ongoing conversations with counselors, parents, and teachers.
Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and how to apply them to your child’s grades. Use on-line grade checking to keep track of your child’s grades and EOC test scores. Encourage your child to excel in all EOC courses. Communicate: Have ongoing conversations with your child, your child’s counselor, teachers, and administrators.