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1 Do You Have: Scheduling packet you received from your middle school? If you did not receive one, we some extras PowerPoint Notes Freshman Supplemental Scheduling Sheet from your packet If you forgot your packet, we have some extra Supplemental Scheduling Sheets If you are planning to sign up for band, your Supplemental Scheduling Sheets are orange  Pick up missing sheets from the tables where you walked in

2 Student Last Name Counselor A-C, X-Y Jennifer Roush Kloth D-H Kevin Calaway & Vanessa Varrelman I-Mc Carolann Carter Me-Sa Teri Hildenbrand Sb-W, Z/ Head Counselor Susan Shanker Support Counselor Portia Atcherson Registrar Donna Willy Counseling Secretary Jan Bing Career Center Solana Olsen

3 COURSE LOAD:Select appropriate courses each year HOMEWORK:Complete all homework and turn it in on time ORGANIZATION:Use a Student Planner or Assignment Book TIME MANAGEMENT: Balance your time between studies, activities and your social life INVOLVEMENT:Join a club, team or activity that interests you ATTENDANCE:Attend regularly GOALS:Set goals for yourself and strive to meet them

4 Applied Math ASL Club Badminton Club Bay Area Music Club Bridge Club Bookworms CSF Chess DDR Debate Club DECA Destination Imagination Drama Earth Club Equestrian Falcon Fan Club FEAT Team Fish Club French Gamers’ Club Gay/Straight Alliance German Guitar Interact Jade Japanese Jazz Singers JSA Key Club Kidz R Us Latin Latin Dance Club Literary Club Men’s Ensemble Mountain Biking Multi-cultural Muslim Student Associat. National Honor Society Philosophy Club Public Speaking Red Cross Club Robotics Club Science Club Science Olympiad Spanish Club Support Our Troops Uganda Club Veteran’s History Project Women’s Help Org. Peer Mediation

5 Fall Sports Cross Country Football Golf, Girls Tennis, Girls Volleyball, Girls Cheerleading Water Polo, Girls Water Polo, Boys Winter Sports Basketball, Boys Basketball, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Girls Wrestling Cheerleading Spring Sports Baseball Golf, Boys Lacrosse, Boys Lacrosse, Girls Softball Swim & Dive Tennis, Boys Track & Field Volleyball, Boys Must have insurance Must have a medical exam Can earn a letter

6  Your Counselor  Teachers  After School Tutoring  Support Classes  Weekly Grade Checks

7 6 classes per semester X 5 credits= 30 credits per semester 30 credits per semester X 2 semesters = 60 credits per year 60 credits per year X 4 years= 240 credits total What is a Credit? Something you earn for passing a class. How many do you get? 5 credits for each semester class you pass with a D- or better How many do you need to graduate? 230 How many is it possible to earn? 240 How many credits are there to spare? 10 credits which is equal to 2 one semester classes. How can you lose credits? Fail classes &/or Repeat classes

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9 Web-based college and career resource Counseling common core curriculum All students will get exposure to selected Naviance lessons each year Naviance will help students: Assess learning styles Determine college & career options based on personality traits & interests Research colleges, careers, majors, & scholarships Naviance can be accessed from home computers same password as "Q" student connection and PUSD Gmail Next Fall, parents will be able to utilize this powerful tool

10 Career-focused learning communities Explore careers while in high school Real-world experience Recognized by 2-year and 4-year colleges 5 Academy Options: Business and Finance; Health and Bioscience; Arts, Media and Entertainment; Public and Human Services; and Culinary Arts Career Pathways consist of 5 combined Career Courses and related College Prep Courses Application and Pathway Chart at →Counseling →Forms & Downloads

11 On the 9 th Grade Worksheet : 1 - Choose English level 2 - Choose Math level 3 - Choose semester of Global Studies (Honors or Regular)- paired with semester of Health 4 - PE (mandatory for all freshmen) 5 - Choose 2 electives—science (Conceptual Physics or Biology), world language, visual or performing art, Culinary Skills, etc Be sure to back your electives with alternates Register online between Jan 27 th - Feb 10 th Freshman Supplemental Scheduling Sheet must be turned in TONIGHT!!!

12 DIRECTIONS: Mark the courses selected on your 9 th Grade Worksheet Identify First Priority Courses Identify an Alternate Courses for Each Elective Course Make note of what you choose tonight on the 9 th Grade Worksheet, so you can enter the same courses online! After midnight on 2/10, future changes will not occur until Fall 2014 This form is DUE TONIGHT!

13 FHS FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULING SHEET *** MUST TURN IN ON INCOMING 9TH GRADE SCHEDULING NIGHT, January 21, 2014*** Name: ______________________________ ID: _______________ Date: ______________ Courses you plan to request when registering online: Freshman English:□ Regular□ Honors English 2. Physical Education □ PE 3. Math: □ Math I □ Geometry □ Honors Geometry □ Inter. Algebra II □ Honors Inter Algebra II □ Other:________________________ 4. Global Studies/Health: □ Global Studies/Health □ Honors Global Studies/Health 5. Elective 1:_______________________Alternate: _______________________ 6. Elective 1:_______________________Alternate: _______________________ Early, Regular and Late start preferences: Most students attend school periods 1-6 (Regular schedule). However, you may have the option of attending school on a staggered schedule, such as periods A-5 (early start, early end) or 2-B (late start, late end). All of these options involve six classes. Please circle which option you prefer: EARLY STARTREGULAR STARTLATE START Periods A-5Periods 1-6Periods 2-B 7:00am – 1:44pm 8:01am – 2:47pm9:04am – 3:48pm FHS offers a limited 7-period day for students meeting certain criteria. Eligible students are those who are credit deficient or enrolled in classes that are repeated for credit only for more than one year (e.g. Academic Support, AVID, CAHSEE Support, Choir, ELD, Instrumental Music, Journalism, Leadership, Publications, and Reading Improvement, and/or any potential new course that may be offered for students). If you are eligible for a 7-period day and have requested a 7th period, please indicate which course you would drop if we are unable to offer a 7-period day and circle whether you prefer A or B period for your 7th class. Course name: _______________________________ A period B Period Parent Signature Indicating Approval of this Form: _____________________________________________ Parent Phone Number: _______________________________Parent _________________________ Honors/Advanced Placement (AP) Contract: Student Signature & Parent Signature

14 Select an English Class: Honors English – or – English Freshman English: □ Regular □ Honors English

15 Select Physical Education (PE) (PE is Required for all 9 th Grade Students) Physical Education: □ PE

16 Select a Math Class: (Use Math Flow Chart & Consult with your student’s current math teacher) Math: □ Math I □ Geometry □ Honors Geometry □ Inter Algebra II □ Honors Inter Algebra II □ Other:________________________

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18 Select a Global Studies Class/Health (1 semester each): Honors Global Studies/Health -OR- Global Studies/Health Global Studies/Health: □ Global Studies/Health □ Honors Global Studies/Health

19 Choose an Elective Class: Science, Language, VPA, Academic Support, Career Prep, Etc. ( Many Students Select a Science Class for one of their Electives Use Science Flow Chart for Recommendation) Elective 1:________________ Alternate: _________________

20 Biological Science (Special Ed) Biology (P) AP Biology (HP) Anatomy & Phys. (P) Zoology (P) Principles of Biomedical Sciences LIFE SCIENCEPHYSICAL SCIENCE ROP Environmental Science & Technology: Meets both life and physical science requirements for FHS Meets Life Science requirement (P) for UC/CSU Physical Science (Special Ed) Conceptual Physics (P) Chemistry (P) Physics (P) AP Chemistry (HP) AP Physics (HP)

21 Choose an Elective Class: Science, Language, VPA, Academic Support, Career Prep, Etc. Elective 1:_______________ Alternate: ________________

22 Q Student Portal will be open Jan 27 th - Feb 10 th at Midnight To register online: foothillfalcons.org → Students & Parents → Scroll to Q Connection → Students Or go to: https://sis.pleasanton.k12.ca.us/StudentPortal User Name: Student ID number Password: Same as your Q Student Connection & Gmail passwords You can change your courses online as many times as you want until midnight Feb 10 Do not enter Alternates for your Electives online!!!

23 Complete the Freshman Supplemental Scheduling Sheet & turn it in tonight before you leave Log on to Q Student Connection and select your course requests between Jan 27 th & Feb 10 th You may log in and change your course requests until Feb 10 th at midnight As of Midnight Feb 10 th, all requests are final!!! After midnight, Feb 10, future changes will not occur until Fall 2014

24 Please turn in the Freshman Supplemental Scheduling Sheet as you leave. Thank You for Attending Scheduling Night! --Your FHS Counseling Dept


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