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1 WELCOME

2 Principal – Ted Lyon Dean of Counseling and Student Services – Laurel Schroeder Students with the last names – M - Z Counselor – Monica Michel Students with the last names A – L and all EL students

3 Administrative Assistant – Kim Domingues Registrar and Attendance Technician – Sherry Keinert – Absence Line Media and Career Specialist – Brenda Williams ASB Secretary - Michelle Downing

4  Mascot - Spartan  School Colors – Blue, White, Silver

5  Dress Code  Electronic equipment  2.0 Policy  After School Tutorial  Attendance

6  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!

7  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.

8  Fall  Volleyball  Football  Cross Country  Tennis  Girls Golf  Winter  Basketball  Soccer  Spring  Volleyball  Tennis  Track  Golf  Swimming  Baseball/Softball

9  English Lit (12)  Calculus BC  Biology  Government  Statistics  World Cultures (10)  US History (11)  English Language (11)  Calculus AB

10  Newsletter  Make sure we have your address  Website    schools.net schools.net  (lschroeder)  AERIES – parent portal

11  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

12 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

13  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

14 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

15  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

16 55, , % 25% below

17  Straight to a 4 year college  2 year to a four year  2 year degree  Career Tech Programs  Work  Military

18 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.

19 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

20  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

21  Business office will be taking the money for this.  Can send money to school with students.

22  Any questions that may pertain to the group?  We will also stick around after to answer questions you may want answered individually.


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