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Welcome Class of 2016 Cook High School to CHS Orientation.

EACH academic area. – Ninth Gr Lit/Comp OR American Lit/Comp – Coordinate Algebra OR Coordinate GeometryBiology I OR Physical Science – US History OR Econ/Bus/Free Enterprise ALL EOCTs or Class Final Exams count 20% of the final grade. Promotion Criteria Students are / before trying out for a sport. ALL first time 9th graders are eligible for all sports in the fall of their freshman year. To continue to be eligible for participation in any sport the student must pass 3 of 4 classes each semester. Sports/


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then travel to WT in 10th grade for their additional pathway classes. (Students who are NOT in the specialty program located full time at WT). 21 End of Course Test (EOCT) counts as 20% of a student’s final grade in a course. English 9 – Literature/Composition English 11 –American Literature CCGPS Coordinate Algebra CCGPS Analytic Geometry Biology Physical Science United States History Economics 21/


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Class of 2015 10/15/20151 Tonight’s Topics:  Introduction of Coordinators  What to expect next year  Graduation requirements  Available supports Power Point available on the South High Counseling website: http://south.mpls.k12.mn.us/Counseling.html 10/15/20152 Meet your Counselors Kim Friesen Counselor, Open and LA Grades: 9th/s teacher:  Intermediate Algebra  Geometry  Advanced Algebra  College Algebra &/Biology  Chemistry  Physics OR Physical Science An AP or higher level science class may sub for/


◦ Course Requests and Review of Transcript History ◦ Course Requests and Plan for Sophomore Year as well as Plan for Junior and Senior Years ◦ Use of.

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RISING FRESHMAN REGISTRATION INFORMATION for 2015-2016 Presented by: CCHS School Counselors.

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Welcome to the Incoming 9 th Grade Parent night  General Information About BHS  People to Contact for Questions  Graduation Requirements  The Scheduling.

 8 th Grade English Teacher Recommendation Courses for 9 th Grade Courses for 9 th Grade Mathematics  Algebra 1  Geometry  Algebra 2  Resource Room Math (As recommended for students with an IEP) Placement is determined by the following criteria:  8 th Grade Math Class Grade  8 th Grade Math Teacher Recommendation Course for 9 th Grade Science  Geo-Physical Science  Biology  Advanced Earth and Space Placement is/


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Zachary High School Class of 2017 8 th -9 th Transition Meeting February 18, 2013.

Class of 2017 8 th -9 th Transition Meeting February 18, 2013 Objectives for Tonight’s Meeting To share information regarding Freshman Academy resources for ZHS students and parents To review Graduation Requirements and TOPS curriculum To prepare for 9th/IV Mathematics4 Units Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, 4 th Math Science4 Units Biology, Chemistry, 3 rd and /for various classes/programs. August 1st - 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Freshmen Only Day Questions??? Contact… Donna Kline, Freshman Academy Coordinator/


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Class of 2019 Parents Class of 2019 Who are they?  838 Students  400 Males / 438 Females LHS Counseling Department Mrs. Shari Endo, Counselor 9th/ of Curriculum Mrs. Theresa Adamczyk, Graduation Coach (IST, SST & 504 Coordinator) Mrs. Nicole Lea, School Social Worker Mrs. Lea SanAntonio, Counseling Secretary/Biology  Algebra I  Geometry  American Lit.  U.S. History  Economics The EOC will account for 20% of the student grade in the subject. College Preparatory Curriculum What are colleges looking for/


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FRESHMAN PREVIEW NIGHT Class of 2020. Why are we here? ▪Explore the Campo Verde campus & classes ▪Open Doors to New Opportunities –For students and parents.

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Monday, November 11, 2013 Counselor Presentation P.U.S.H. Parents United for South High.

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Welcome to AVID Acceptance Night! AVID Coordinator Matt Bean: 951-894-5750 Ext: 6608.

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Pre-Registration Classes of 2014, 15, 16 “What classes should I take next year?”

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INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE Family Night for 7 th -10 th Graders.

HL Experimental Sciences Biology SL/HL Chemistry /Geometry Math Studies 1,2 Math Studies 3,4 (Alg. II/pre- Calculus)(intro to Calc/Stats & IB Project) Algebra II Math SL Math SL (Math Analysis/Trig)(survey of Calc/Stats & IB Portfolio) This sequence prepares for the IB Math HL exam. 9th/ scholarship Benefits of IB classes College Admissions UniversityAcceptance Rates all/for IB Diploma students so they should plan to start studying French in 10 th grade. *Complications or Questions – Call the IB Coordinator/


MALLARD CREEK HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR PARENT NIGHT Thursday, January 29, 2015 CLASS of 2015.

Geometry Pre-Calculus Pre-Calculus - Honors AB/BC Calculus - AP GPA, credits earned, class/above the historical averages for the college and / or past ALB students NC Colleges/Universities UNIVERSITY OF NC CHARLOTTE (UNCC)  Popular Majors: Business, Biology, Education, Engineering, /.nc.uslaronda1.brown@cms.k12.nc.us  First Time 9th Grade Students: Charlene Jones, charlene1.jones@cms.k12.nc/.stewart-ayers@cms.k12.nc.us  Career Development Coordinator: Rebecca White, rebecca.white@cms.k12.nc.usrebecca./


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Accessing the key to your student’s future in high school and beyond Tuesday, March 3, 2015.

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CLASSES EACH SEMESTER MUST ATTEND MVHS FOR THE FULL YEAR FRESHMAN REQUIREMENTS 9th Grade English 1000/1001 9th Grade English Pre AP 1004/1005 9th Grade English 1000/1001 9th Grade English Pre AP 1004/1005 Language Arts-2 options Geo Physical Lab Science 3000/3001 or Pre AP Geo Physical Lab 3004/3005 *Biology 3020/3021 or Pre AP Biology/I 2012/2013 Geometry 2020/2021 Pre-AP Geometry 2026/2027 Algebra II 2040/2041 Pre AP Algebra II 2046/2047 Algebra I 2012/2013 Geometry 2020/2021 Pre-AP Geometry 2026/2027 /


IB 101 a short course explaining the elements of IB to parents of current IB students.

9th 10th 11th 12th Traditional 2 Sciences Physics Physics H IB Physics 1 (1 st yr HL) or IB Physics 2 IB Physics 1 (1 st yr HL) or IB Physics 2 IB Physics 3 HL Biology-Pre IB Chem Pre-IB  IB 201 will be offered in January regarding more details about course progression and scheduling  Students register for next year’s classes/  Tutoring  PHS IB Policies-Cheating  Academic probation if GPA below 2.75 COORDINATOR TIPS CENTER of the CIRCLE Theory of Knowledge Creativity, Action, Service Extended Essay  /


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End of Course Tests (EOCT) Pre-Administration Webinar Spring 2014 March 4 – March 6, 2014 While you are waiting, please do the following: Configure your.

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Presented by: The Cambridge Counseling Department.

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Agenda Parent Scheduling Orientation Tuesday, January 29, 7:00 p.m. I.Introductions & Welcome - Joe Spiccia II.Overview of the evening – Sally Miller/Christl.

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Largo High APECS Program December 16, 2015 1. Agenda ■ Welcome and Introductions ■ Program description and requirements ■ Admissions criteria ■ Testing.

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Going to High School What all students and parents need to know… 1.

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HIGH SCHOOL ON THE H ORIZON COUNT DOWN TO 2019! Centennial Campus Magnet Middle School.

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DATA REVIEW 9 th Lit 2011--2012 = 71% 2012--2013 = 77% 2013--2014 = 75% 2% decrease from last year 11.7% below State target 4% above system strategic.

students scoring at Meets or Exceeds on the Biology EOCT Actual 2013-2014 Actual 2012-2013 Actual /ED59.859.364.7 Non-ED77.974.377.8 Coordinate Algebra 2011--2012 = N/A% 2012--2013 /Meets or Exceeds on the Analytic Geometry EOCT Actual 2013-2014 Actual /for continued remediation and enrichment Utilize Learning Blade to target math and reading deficiencies of Administratively placed and at-risk 1st time 9th grade students in Freshmen Focus Class Looking Ahead We will ……. Continue using SMART Goals and class/


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