2 Course Selection Process 1. Course selection presentation in Social Studies classes. 2. Take course request sheet home to share with parents- Parents must sign the form! 3. Return the form, Signed/initialed course selection sheet to Social Studies teacher by Feb You will be entering your course selections into the computer before Spring Break.
3 In order to be promoted to the eighth grade, a couple of things need to occur. If these things are not in place, you will be required to attend summer school or repeat the seventh grade. You must have an overall average of 70 or higher in all courses You must also have an overall average of 70 or higher in three of the four academic courses: math, language arts, social studies, and science.
4 Choosing Classes for 8 th Grade Choose for 7 periods Choose English, Math, Social Studies, Science, PE Pick 2 electives and three alternate electives CHOOSE CAREFULLY!
5 PREAP CLASSES In order to be in a preap class you must meet the following criteria: 1. Have an A in the academic class or have a B in the preap class 2. Have parent approval PreAP courses are designed to challenge motivated students and prepare them for success in advanced coursework. These courses: 1. typically move at a faster pace 2. are more academically challenging 3. require more independent learning 4. have more homework than academic courses
6 PREAP Exit Guidelines May choose to exit during 1 st 6 weeks or at the end of the 1 st semester. Must have teacher and parent approval. If the 6 weeks average falls below 70, then you will be taken out of the class at the end of the grading period.
7 Athletics for 8 th Grade You may not sign yourself up for athletics. See your coach if you are interested in playing a sport next year. The Coaches will give the counselors a list of students to put into the athletic period.
8 Reading Elective and Math Block If you do not pass the Reading section of STAAR, then you will be placed in the Reading elective. If you do not pass the Math section of STAAR, then you will be placed in Math Block.
9 High School Credit classes will go on a High School Transcript. A high school transcript will impact the rest of your educational career. GPA (Grade Point Average) Class rank Colleges first snapshot of you You will take a Mid-term and final exam that will count 15%of your semester average.
10 *Algebra (J0211) you must qualify based on screening -1 math credit *Spanish I, Part 2 (J6318)- Prerequisite is Spanish I, Part 1-1 Other Languages credit *Spanish I (J6319)-1 Other Languages credit *Art I (J7511)-1 Fine Art credit *Principles of Human Services -Home Ec (J8353)-1 elective credit *Principles of Applied Engineering - Concepts of Engineering & Tech (J8616) 1 elective credit *Principles of Manufacturing Woodshop (J8043) 1 elective credit
11 Band J860 (J660 Beginning Band) Choir J867/J868 Girls or Boys Orchestra J859 (J653 Beginning Orchestra) Theater I (J648)1 st year Theater II (J746) 2 nd year Theater III (J846)3 rd year Art I (J750) Not for high school credit
12 Teen Leadership J999 learn leadership and personal and business skills. Focus on developing a healthy selfconcept, healthy relationships, and personal responsibility through individual and group activities. Publications (Yearbook) J855 Application Required Technology Applications (Computers) J875 -Not for High School Credit-Spreadsheets, word processing, database, multimedia, telecommunications, & graphic design
13 Student Aide (Application required) help in attendance office, front office, library, counselor s office, and sometimes PE must be willing to be placed in any of these offices Must be highly responsible, like filing, organizing, alphabetizing, and doing repetitive tasks. Must be reliable, helpful and able to keep information confidential Grades and any office referrals will be considered. You will be required to fill out an application and write a short answer. You will be notified of the topic and deadline. Not everyone applying will be chosen for an Aide position.
14 Name: Counselor: Student ID # Campus: Personal Graduation Plan: Foundation High School Program + Endorsement Subject Credits FHSP + Endorsement Curriculum Requirements English I, English II, English III or AP English Language, and an additional English required; English 4 Additional English (1): English IV, AP English Literature & Composition, Dual Cr. English IV; Humanities, Independent Study in English, Creative Writing, Research & Technical Writing, Newspaper III, Yearbook III, Oral Interpretation III, Debate III, College Prep English Math 4 Algebra I, Geometry and two additional Math credits (Algebra II required for STEM endorsement); Additional math options: Topics in Math, Algebra II, PreCal, AP Statistics, AP Computer Science A, AP Calculus (AB or BC), College Prep Math, Dual Cr. College Alg (.5), Dual Cr. Elements of Calc (.5), Dual Cr. Plane Trigonometry (.5) Science 4 Biology and one course selected from IPC, Chemistry or Physics, and two additional Science credits (Chemistry and Physics required for STEM endorsement) Additional science options: Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy & Physiology, Forensic Science, Aquatic Science, Environmental Systems, Earth & Space Science, Advanced Animal Science, Principles of Engineering, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics II, AP Environmental Science Social Studies 3 World Geography or World History, US History, Government (.5) and Economics (.5) required Language Other Than English 2 Levels 1 & 2 of one language required: French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, American Sign Language, Computer Science (if selected, both levels of Computer Science must be completed by August 31, 2016) Physical Education 1 Foundations, Ind & Team Sports, Aerobic Activity, Athletics, Off-Campus PE, Cheer 1, Drill Team 1, Color Guard (fall), Band (fall), Dance 1, NJROTC I Fine Art 1 Band, Orchestra, Choir, Music Theory, Theatre, Art, Dance, AP Art History, Floral Design, Digital Art & Animation Electives (including Endorsement courses) 7 In addition to course requirements for completing the selected endorsement, students must include.5 credit Health (KISD graduation requirement) and a communication skills component, selected from Pro Comm, Debate, Oral Interpretation, Pro Standards in Agribusiness, Teen Leadership, Theatre, or Dual Cr. Speech See Endorsement Worksheet on Back of Page Junior High 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Other summer, virtual, etc. Student Signature: Date: /_ /20_ Parent Signature: Date: /_ /20_ Signatures authorize the student to pursue the FHSP + _Endorsement and serve as an agreement that the student will take courses appropriate for this endorsement. OCPS11/2015
15 The Foundation High School Program + Endorsement The following requirements apply to students first entering 9 th grade in the fall of 2014 and thereafter. FOUNDATION HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM (FHSP) The 22-Credit Foundation Is Required for All Endorsements ENGLISH... 4 Must consist of English I, II, III (ESOL I may be substituted for English I for students with limited English proficiency), and an additional/advanced English course MATHEMATICS... 3 Must include Algebra I, Geometry, and an additional/advanced math course beyond Algebra I SCIENCE... 3 Must include one Biology credit, one credit selected from IPC, or Chemistry, or Physics; and one additional/advanced, lab-based science course SOCIAL STUDIES... 3 Must include U.S. History, one-half credit Government, one-half credit Economics, and World History or World Geography OTHER LANGUAGES... 2 Must consist of 2 levels in the same language FINE ARTS... 1 Choir, Band, Orchestra, Dance, Art, Theatre Arts, Art History, or Music Theory I and II; Principles & Elements of Floral Design or Digital Art & Animation may substitute PHYSICAL EDUCATION... 1 May include Athletics or PE (up to 4 credits), Foundations of Personal Fitness (.5 credit); Dance, Dance Team I, fall semesters of Marching Band or the first year of Cheerleading may substitute. HEALTH Katy ISD Board-adopted requirement ELECTIVES Must include a communication skills component, earned through Professional Communications, Debate, Oral Interpretation, Professional Standards in Agribusiness, Teen Leadership, Theatre, or Dual Credit Speech. TOTAL FHSP CREDITS 22 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ENDORSEMENT MATHEMATICS... 1 SCIENCE... 1 ADDITIONAL ELECTIVES... 2 Electives must be chosen from the five endorsement categories of STEM, Business & Industry, Arts & Humanities, Public Services, and/or Multidisciplinary Studies TOTAL CREDITS: FHSP + ENDORSEMENT 26 College Board Advanced Placement and Dual Credit courses may be substituted in appropriate areas for both Foundation and Endorsement credits. STATE ASSESSMENT PERFORMANCE In addition to the credit requirements as listed above, students must meet passing standards on the following End-of-Course Exams: o English I Reading & Writing o English II Reading & Writing o Algebra I o Biology o United States History ENDORSEMENTS All students are required to declare an endorsement in writing. Students will be permitted to change their endorsement with written notification. There are five endorsement options, which allow students flexibility based on individual interests and career goals. Each endorsement category is designed to prepare students to successfully enter postsecondary education or the workforce upon graduation from high school. The endorsement and the careers areas to which they correspond are as listed below: o o o o o STEM Science, including computer science; Technology; Engineering and Mathematics (Algebra II, Chemistry, and Physics are required for the STEM endorsement); PUBLIC SERVICES Education and Training; Government and Public Administration; Health Science, Human Services; and Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security; BUSINESS & INDUSTRY Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Architecture and Construction; Business Management and Administration; Finance; Hospitality and Tourism; Information Technology; Manufacturing; Marketing; Transportation; and Journalism, including broadcast journalism, newspaper, and public speaking; ARTS & HUMANITIES Social Studies; Languages other than English; Fine Arts; and English Language Arts; MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Allows students to take courses in several endorsement areas as listed above. Courses and sequences are to be determined. Specific requirements for each endorsement are were adopted by the State Board of Education on January 31, RECOGNITIONS Students have the opportunity to earn additional recognitions in the following areas. DISTINGUISHED LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT A student may earn a distinguished level of achievement by successfully completing all curriculum requirements for the Foundation High School Program, plus each of the following: o A fourth credit in mathematics, which must include Algebra II; o A fourth credit in science; o The requirements of at least one endorsement A student must graduate with a Distinguished Level of Achievement to be considered for the Top 10% and eligible for automatic admission to a Texas public college or university. PERFORMANCE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A student may earn a performance acknowledgement in one or more of the following categories: o AP test score of 3 or above; o IB test score of 4 or above (applies to transfer students only as the International Baccalaureate program is not offered in Katy ISD) o Outstanding performance on the PSAT, the SAT or the ACT; o Completion of at least 12 hours college coursework with final grades of A or B (3.0 GPA or above); o Bilingualism and biliteracy; and o Earning a nationally or internationally recognized business or industry certification or license
17 Choose three alternate Electives A class may be full A class may not fit into your schedule A class may not make the final schedule Choose Wisely!!
18 Course Sheet due by Thursday, Feb. 2. Keep Neat and Clean Choose courses carefully Choose 3 alternate electives Take Good Care of It!
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