Principal – Ted Lyon firstname.lastname@example.org Dean of Counseling and Student Services – Laurel Schroeder email@example.com Students with the last names – M - Z Counselor – Monica Michel firstname.lastname@example.org Students with the last names A – L and all EL students 938-8550
Administrative Assistant – Kim Domingues email@example.com Registrar and Attendance Technician – Sherry Keinert firstname.lastname@example.org 938-8595 – Absence Line Media and Career Specialist – Brenda Williams email@example.com ASB Secretary - Michelle Downing firstname.lastname@example.org
Dress Code Electronic equipment 2.0 Policy After School Tutorial Attendance
Orcutt Academy is growing, but there are many ways to get involved: Student Government (ASB) Band (After School) Dances ClubsThis area is going to expand BE AN ACTIVE SPARTAN!
Must have a pass. Seniors may park in the lot in the front of the school. All other student drivers may park in the lot behind the school. Students can not park in OJHS staff lot. Passes must be purchased in the office.
Fall Volleyball Football Cross Country Tennis Girls Golf Winter Basketball Soccer Spring Volleyball Tennis Track Golf Swimming Baseball/Softball
English Lit (12) Calculus BC Biology Government Statistics World Cultures (10) US History (11) English Language (11) Calculus AB
Newsletter Make sure we have your email address Website www.oahs.net Email name@orcutt- schools.net name@orcutt- schools.net (lschroeder) AERIES – parent portal
6 periods a day/ MTF---3 Blocks on W/TH Lunch 40 minutes Times Monday, Tuesday, Friday 7:40 to 2:50 Wednesday, Thursday 7:40 to 2:10
2011-2012 Bell Schedule Regular DayBlock DayMinimum Day PeriodFromToMinPeriodFromToMinPeriodFromToMin Passing7:40 AM7:49 AM9Passing7:40 AM7:49 AM9Passing7:40 AM7:49 AM9 Period 17:49 AM8:46 AM57Block 1/27:49 AM9:23 AM94Period 17:49 AM8:23 AM34 Passing8:46 AM8:52 AM6Break9:23 AM9:28 AM5Passing8:23 AM8:29 AM6 Period 28:52 AM9:49 AM57Passing9:28 AM9:34 AM6Period 28:29 AM9:03 AM34 Passing9:49 AM9:55 AM6Block 3/49:34 AM11:13 AM99Passing9:03 AM9:09 AM6 Break9:55 AM10:00 AM5Passing11:13 AM11:19 AM6Period 39:09 AM9:45 AM36 Period 310:00 AM11:01 AM61Spartan Sem.11:19 AM11:50 AM31Break9:45 AM9:55 AM10 Passing11:01 AM11:07 AM6Lunch11:50 AM12:30 PM40Passing9:55 AM10:01 AM6 Period 411:07 AM12:04 PM57Passing12:30 PM12:36 PM6Period 410:01 AM10:35 AM34 Lunch12:04 PM12:44 PM40Block 5/612:36 PM2:10 PM94Passing10:35 AM10:41 AM6 Passing12:44 PM12:50 PM6 Minutes Per Day:345 Period 510:41 AM11:15 AM34 Period 512:50 PM1:47 PM57 Days per School Year64 Passing11:15 AM11:21 AM6 Passing1:47 PM1:53 PM6 Total Minutes22080 Period 611:21 AM11:55 AM34 Period 61:53 PM2:50 PM57 Minutes Per Day:245 Minutes Per Day:385Grand TotalDays per School Year12 Days per School Year104 Required Minutes64800 Total Minutes2940 Total Minutes40040Minutes in the Year65060 Deficit - /Exess +260 Days in the Year180
Students are assigned a teacher 9 th grade year. Students stay with teacher all 4 years. Community service hours turned in to Spartan Seminar teacher. Team competitions. Curriculum: 9 th – Academic 10 th – Personal and Social 11 th – Career 12 th - Transition
9 th grade group academic planning meetings 10 th – 12 th grade individual academic conferences Career Days, College Fairs and College Visits Parent nights on a variety of post graduate planning related issues Help choosing the right college for you and help applying Help with scholarships and financial aid Academic, Career and Personal / Social Counseling
Personal/Social Counseling…… Relationship, family, life, drama Career Counseling…….. College, work, life after high school (it does exist) Academic Counseling……. Grades, study skills, test taking, classes
Straight to a 4 year college 2 year to a four year 2 year degree Career Tech Programs Work Military
History/Social Science - 2 years required: One year of U.S. History or ½ year of U.S. History and ½ year of civics or American Government. CSU requires one additional year of Social Science. UC requires one year of world history, cultures, and geography. English - 4 years required: Four years of college preparatory English Mathematics - 3 years required, 4 years recommended: Classes must include the topics of algebra, geometry, and intermediate algebra. Approved integrated math courses can also fulfill this requirement. Laboratory Science - 2 years required, 3 years recommended: CSU requires one biological and one physical. UC requires classes in at least two of the following areas: biology, chemistry, and physics. Language Other Than English (Foreign Language) - 2 years required, 3 years recommended: At least two years of the same language. Visual & Performing Arts - 1 year required: One yearlong course in dance, drama/theatre, music, or visual art. College Preparatory Electives - 1 year required: One additional year in any of the above A-F areas or other approved elective.
The following guidelines can help you determine what counts for community service, Non-paid: · Service to a government agency · Service to a not-for-profit local, national or international organization · Service to a school or school organization · Service to a religious organization Some ideas for community service include: Homeless Shelters, Food Banks, Beaches Cleanup, Tutoring
Back to School Night – August 23rd: 5:00 – 6:00 – BBQ 6:00 – 6:30 – Welcome, Introductions PTA/Booster Meeting 6:30 – Classroom visitations First day of School: August 15 th ! August 28 th – Picture Day
Business office will be taking the money for this. Can send money to school with students.
Any questions that may pertain to the group? We will also stick around after to answer questions you may want answered individually.