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1 2616 HESPERIAN BLVD, HAYWARD, CA EDENROP.ORG REAL SUCCESS STARTS HERE

2 THE MISSION OF THE EDEN AREA REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM IS TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR CAREERS & FURTHER EDUCATION AS WELL AS TO INSTILL WORKPLACE VALUES THAT WILL ENABLE THEM TO COMPETE SUCCESSFULLY IN THE ECONOMY OF TODAY & THE FUTURE

3 CONTENTS EDEN AREA REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM ABOUT US BUS SCHEDULE CENTER PROGRAMS (BY SECTOR) ARTS, MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY SECTOR GRAPHICS & DIGITAL DESIGN BUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SECTOR CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY I, II EDUCATION, CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTOR CAREERS IN EDUCATION I, II (PSYCHOLOGY OF CAREERS IN EDUCATION) ENGINEERING AND DESIGN INDUSTRY SECTOR CYBERSECURITY/PROGRAMMING HEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY SECTOR DENTAL ASSISTING, REGISTERED DENTAL ASSISTING MEDICAL CAREERS I, II HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND RECREATION INDUSTRY SECTOR CULINARY SCIENCE MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY SECTOR WELDING TECHNOLOGY & METAL FABRICATION PUBLIC SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTOR CAREERS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIRST RESPONDER (FIRE SCIENCE/EMT) TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY SECTOR AUTO REFINISHING AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY MARKETING, SALES AND SERVICE INDUSTRY SECTOR MERCHANDISING OCCUPATIONS PARTICIPATING SCHOOL SITES STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL-WIDE LEARNER OUTCOMES UC A-G COMMUNITY COLLEGE ARTICULATION AGREEMENT

4 ABOUT US What is ROP? The Eden Area Reional Occupational Proram (ROP) is a collee-career-trainin proram offered by Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro and San Lorenzo School Districts. ROP offers hands-on learnin classes and opportunities for hih school students to learn somethin new and prepare for the future. In partnership with local school districts and the business community, ROP prepares students for collee and careers by providin marketable skills and work ethics to build and keep a career. Are Hih School & Collee Credits Available? Yes! All classes offer hih school credits. Some classes may fulfill raduation requirements in math or science too. Additionally, students can earn collee credits towards a certificate or deree proram from the community collees in most ROP. prorams, also referred to as articulations. Why Take ROP? Experience is the reatest teacher. All ROP. courses ive students the hands-on experience in each industry to help start career plans and et the skills that will last for a lifetime. What Is The Cost? ROP is free to hih school students. What About Transportation? Free bus transportation is available for hih school students enrolled in an ROP course at the hayward center. Buses transport students to and from their home hih school to our center. (Refer to the bus schedule) Are There Any Other Costs? Some of our courses have additional costs for uniforms, protective equipment, or medical clearances. This information is provided at orientation and on the first day of class. Is Business Involved? Over three hundred local employers participate on ROP advisory committees to keep trainin current with industry standards. Many classes offer non-paid internships or on-the-job trainin at businesses and industry sites throuhout the county. Employers who need hihly skilled, motived employees hire R.O.P. raduates! How Do I Reister for R.O.P. Classes? Students that are interested in reisterin for ROP classes are encouraed to make an appointment with their hih school counselor or visit the career center on their hih school campus. Students may also visit our website What Is An Articulation? Articulation (Community Collee Credit) is defined as a planned process linkin two or more education systems to assist students in makin a smooth transition from the secondary level of occupational or academic trainin to the two-year and four-year post secondary level without experiencin a delay of duplication of learnin. Articulation is envisioned as a continuum of skills which may lead to advanced placement and students are able to receive collee credit for articulated hih school classes (See paes 28 and 29). What Is A Community Classroom? A community classroom (work-site learnin also known as an internship) is an instructional methodoloy that supplements classroom instruction. It allows a student to expand on their classroom instruction at a job site in a non-paid position. 4

5 217 CLASSES ELEVEN INDUSTRY SECTORS 4,672 STUDENTS 4 DISTRICTS SERVED CASTRO VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT HAYWARD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SAN LEANDRO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SAN LORENZO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 5

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7 BUS SCHEDULE HAYWARD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT DEPART HOME SCHOOL ARRIVE AT ROP DEPART FROM ROP ARRIVE AT HOME SCHOOL DEPART HOME SCHOOL ARRIVE AT ROP DEPART FROM ROP ARRIVE AT HOME SCHOOL AM PM Hayward Tennyson Mt. Eden 7:00 am 7:15 am 7:25 am 7:45 am 7:45 am 7:50 am 11:05 am 11:05 am 11:05 am Thursday Only (Hayward, Mt. Eden & Tennyson) 11:20 am 11:20 am 11:15 am Brenkwitz Hayward Mt. Eden Tennyson 12:10 pm 12:15 pm 12:15 pm 12:20 pm 12:0 pm 12:5 pm 12:5 pm 12:25 pm :5 pm :5 pm :5 pm :5 pm :45 pm 4:00 pm :45 pm :45 pm 7:0 am 7:50 am *10:10 am *10:20 am SAN LEANDRO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT DEPART HOME SCHOOL ARRIVE AT ROP DEPART FROM ROP ARRIVE AT HOME SCHOOL DEPART HOME SCHOOL ARRIVE AT ROP DEPART FROM ROP ARRIVE AT HOME SCHOOL AM PM San Leandro 7:15 am 7:45 am 11:05 am 11:25 am San Leandro 12:00 pm 12:20 pm :5 pm 4:05 pm Wednesday Only (San Leandro) Tuesday Only (San Leandro) San Leandro Lincoln 7:15 am 7:05 am 7:45 am 7:45 am *9:40 am 11:05 am *10:00 am 11:5 am San Leandro Lincoln 12:15 pm 11:50 am 12:5 pm 12:20 pm :5 pm :5 pm 4:05 pm 4:00 pm SAN LORENZO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT DEPART HOME SCHOOL ARRIVE AT ROP DEPART FROM ROP ARRIVE AT HOME SCHOOL DEPART HOME SCHOOL ARRIVE AT ROP DEPART FROM ROP ARRIVE AT HOME SCHOOL AM PM Arroyo San Lorenzo 7:25 am 7:25 am 7:45 am 7:45 am 11:05 am 11:05 am 11:25 am 11:5 am Arroyo San Lorenzo Royal Sunset 12:00 pm 11:50 pm 12:05 pm 12:25 pm 12:10 pm 12:25 pm :5 pm :5 pm :5 pm 4:00 pm :55 pm :45 pm Wednesday Only (Arroyo and San Lorenzo) 7:25 am 7:45 am *10:10 am *10:0 am CASTRO VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT No Mornin ROP Classes. DEPART HOME SCHOOL ARRIVE AT ROP DEPART FROM ROP ARRIVE AT HOME SCHOOL PM Castro Valley Redwood 11:55 am 12:00 pm 12:20 pm 12:20 pm :5 pm :5 pm :55 pm 4:00 pm 7

8 GRAPHICS & DIGITAL DESIGN ARTS, MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY SECTOR (Computer Graphics) Credit up to 40 per year This course meets UC/CSU Requirements for Collee Prep Elective (f) credit. Community Collee Credit Available:, Las Positas, Collee Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates in Arts Deree in Graphic Desin, Certificate of Proficiency in Business Graphics, Diital Media or a Certificate in Diital Desin at Collee. Students will explore the wonderful world of desin while learnin basin principles and techniques usin Adobe Creative Suite software (Illustrator, InDesin, Photoshop and Dreamweaver). This course is desined to expose students to several fast-rowin industries and helps them take advantae of the opportunities that exist within each one. Students will develop the ability to think critically, work in teams, and produce professional-quality work while buildin the confidence needed to pursue further education. Course topics include loo desin, pae layout, imae manipulation, t-shirt makin (heat press and screen-printin), basic HTML, personal brandin andentrepreneurship. Students will learn the importance of time and task manaement, accountability and presentation. Emphasis will be placed on effective communication, interpersonal skills, problem solvin, ethics and use of technoloy. Students will be workin to arrane a portfolio that showcases their desin talent. 8

9 CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY I, II BUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit Up to 40 a year Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates in Science deree in Industrial Technoloy or a Certificate of Achievement in Industrial Electronic Technoloy at Collee. Associates in Science Deree in Machine Tool Technoloy at Collee. Construction Technoloy is a course in fundamental carpentry skills that includes project plannin, blue-print readin, concrete structures, framin, roofin, interior/exterior finishes, basic plumbin/electrical installations, remodelin and solar/reen technoloy applications available throuhout the construction process. The curriculum is delivered in a real world construction environment where students are exposed to the work ethics and professional behavior expected of all construction industry participants. As crew members, students utilize critical thinkin, leadership, and effective communication as they plan, execute, and evaluate different scale construction projects. Students are routinely exposed to construction apprenticeship/trainin opportunities and become familiar with construction career pathways in both field positions (carpenter, electrician, etc.) and professional positions (architect, enineer, etc.). Students are made aware of the pride and rapid upward mobility within the construction industry continent on their personal motivation and career commitment. 9

10 CAREERS IN EDUCATION I, II EDUCATION, CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTOR (Psycholoy of Careers In Education) Credit up to 40 per year Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates in Arts/Science in Early Childhood Development or an Associates in Arts Deree in Early Childhood Intervention at Collee. Associates in Arts in Psycholoy BA in Early Childhood Education This course meets UC/CSU requirements for collee prep elective () credit. Community collee credit available:, Las Positas, and Mission Collee The Careers in Education proram provides instruction, trainin and community experience for child care professionals in the preschool and elementary levels. This course ives students the opportunity to be exposed to workin in the field of education. Students learn how to support children s development mentally, physically, socially and emotionally. Instruction is reinforced throuh trainin in community field sites such as school-ae prorams, child care centers, preschool prorams and elementary schools where ROP students are responsible for plannin and supervisin educational activities for children from infancy to preadolescence. Careers in Education students also participate in collee tours, field trips and other community events. 10

11 CYBERSECURITY/PROGRAMMING ENGINEERING AND DESIGN INDUSTRY SECTOR Meets UC requirement Collee and Collee credit available San Lorenzo Hih School- math credit Hayward USD (Seniors Only): math or science credit CISCO Certification- A+, Security, Routin and Switchin As part of the CISCO Networkin Academy, students learn how to protect personal data and privacy online and in social media, and why more and more IT jobs require cybersecurity awareness and understandin. The course introduces students to characteristics of cybercrime, security principles, technoloies, and procedures to defend networks. Throuh interactive, multimedia content, lab activities, and multi-industry case studies, students build technical and professional skills to pursue careers in cybersecurity. Additionally, the course covers IT Essentials with hands on labs that provide practical experience to prepare students for enterprise networkin and troubleshootin. 11

12 DENTAL ASSISTING, REGISTERED DENTAL ASSISTING HEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year Reconized by the Department of Education as a Model Proram Meets the raduation requirements for the followin districts: San Leandro Unified School District San Lorenzo Unified School District Health and Safety Hayward Unified School District, San Leandro Unified School District, San Lorenzo Unified School District Science Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates in Arts Deree in Dental Hyiene at Collee The Dental Assistin proram prepares student for employment as a dental chair side assistant. Upon raduation students will earn a completion certificate, infection control certification and a license to take dental x-rays in California. Students are also eliible to sit for the National Entry Level Dental Assistant (NELDA) issued by the Dental Assistin National Board (DANB). Students also have the opportunity to intern in a dental office in our community, where they can put into practice those skills learned in the classroom and be mentored by dental professionals. This is a challenin and fast paced class. Students must be able to work independently, as well as collaborate with other students. Some of the instructional areas covered are dental chartin and terminoloy, infection control and sterilization, hazardous waste manaement, chair side procedures, manipulation of dental materials, dental radioraphy, anatomy and physioloy and dental office procedures. Upon completion of this course, students have the option of advancin to the Reistered Dental Assistin course. Graduates of the Reistered Dental Assistin course are immediately eliible to take the State Board examination to become a Reistered Dental Assistant (RDA). For any student interested in the dental profession, this is a wonderful place to start. Students ain knowlede of the dental career ladder and the many career options available in dentistry. 12

13 MEDICAL CAREERS I, II HEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year Reconized by the CA Department of Education as a Model Proram This course meets UC/CSU requirments for Collee Prep Elective () credit Meets the raduation requirements of the followin Hih Schools: San Leandro Unified School District, San Lorenzo Unified School District Science and Health & Safety Castro Valley Unified School District Hayward Unified School District Science Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates in Science Deree LVN to RN Nursin Proram, Associates in Science or Certificate of Achievement in Medical Assistin, Associates in Science in Nursin, Nursin Proram, LVN to RN at Collee. *Certificate of Achievement in Health Care Manaement An extensive medical proram offerin instruction in a rane of health related careers and preparin students for an entry level position in a doctor s office or hospital settin. This proram covers administrative procedures and clinical procedures frequently performed by an entry level healthcare professional. First semester consists of classroom instruction in Medical Terminoloy, Anatomy and Physioloy, Clinical Skills, Professionalism and Career Preparation. Second semester provides on-site trainin in community medical facilities as well as classroom instruction in administrative procedures, minor surery, pharmacoloy, first aid and CPR as well as introduction to billin and codin. Students participatin in this proram are expected to be professionally and academically prepared to successfully complete an internship at a near by medical facility. Students who successfully complete both years in the Medical Careers proram may be eliible to sit for the administrative and basic portions of the CCBMA examination. 1

14 CULINARY SCIENCE HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND RECREATION INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year This course meets UC/CSU requirements for Collee Prep Elective () credit. Community collee credit available: Mission Collee Culinary Science is desined to ive students the theory and hands-on experience in food preparation, hospitality, and restaurant manaement. The course develops industry competencies eared towards accreditation set by the California Restaurant Association and the American Culinary Federation. Culinary Science provides unique opportunities to work with local chefs and participate in a number of caterin events. Students learn the importance of health, safety and sanitation as they earn their Serv-Safe certification. In our two year course, students learn manaement and communication skills, and cookin techniques such as rillin, sautéin, braisin and bakin. Also, students learn how to prepare soups, appetizers, main courses, side dishes, breads and pastries. Students develop knife skills and knowlede in meat and veetable classification. The ROP has its own workin oranic arden, as students have an opportunity to row their own produce and learn farm to table cookin. Class work develops effective communication and problem solvin, includin learnin skills with technoloy and employment literacy. Culinary also reinforces mathematics, science, and Enlish to help students be better prepared for a wide rane of academic and employment opportunities. Students compete and demonstrate their abilities in SkillsUSA competitions. 14

15 WELDING TECHNOLOGY & METAL FABRICATION MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year Community Collee Credit Available: Collee Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates in Science Deree in Weldin Technoloy or a Certificate of Proficiency in Weldin at Collee. This certificate proram is desined to provide a student with the basic skills needed to obtain entry level employment in the weldin industry. Students will have entry level skills usin power tools, hand tools, drill press and band saw. Entry level blueprint readin welders need ood eyesiht, hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity. Students should be able to concentrate on detailed work for lon periods. This course offers entry level skills in safety and operation, equipment maintenance, and equipment setup in the followin processes: Shielded Metal Arc Weldin (SMAW) stick weldin, Gas Metal Arc Weldin (GMAW), MIG weldin, Gas Tunsten Arc Weldin (GTAW), TIG weldin, Weldin, FLUX core weldin, plasma arc cuttin, metal preparation, shieldin ases, and cylinder safety. The class also implements text book principles and hands on applications. The class also provides occupational opportunities in weldin, resume buildin and interview skills. 15

16 PROGRAM IMPACT I took this class aain so that I can desin a better portfolio. I am interested in attendin the Academy of Art University. -Chelsea Diaz Web, Graphics & Diital Desin Class of

17 81% Of students report their knowlede and skills have improved throuh the use of technoloy 90% Of students report the classroom environment is safe and positive. 87% Of students report they have learned about the importance of continuin to learn throuhout their career. 90% Of students report their ROP teacher is enthusiastic and knowledeable about the subject they are teachin. 87% Of students report the teacher used a variety of teachin methods (such as videos, demonstrations, lectures, roup work) that enabled them to learn. 17

18 CAREERS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE PUBLIC SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year Reconized by the Department of Education as a Model Proram This course meets UC/CSU requirements for Collee Prep Elective () credit Community Collee Credit Available:, Las Positas and Collee Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates in Arts/Science Deree in Administration of Justice at Collee. This class is desined to ive students both theory and hands-on experience in the skills and knowlede in the fields of forensic science and criminal justice, includin: Introduction to crime scene investiation: crime scene photoraphy physical evidence in solvin crimes dustin and liftin finerprints evidence collectin and processin methods criminal justice practices and procedures powers of arrest laws of Arrest arrest and controls criminal justice operations Emphasis will be placed on the importance of effective communication and interpersonal skills, professional development, stron academic skills, problem solvin, safety and the use of technoloy. 18

19 FIRST RESPONDER (FIRE SCIENCE/EMT) PUBLIC SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year Community Collee Credit Available: Collee Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates Deree in Fire/Science and/or complete the EMT Certification at a community collee. The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the skills and knowlede required of firefihters, EMTs and paramedics, which are necessary to prepare students for further trainin and employment as a first responder. First Responders help to sustain life, reduce pain, minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness and preserve property. Today s professional fire science practitioner must be able to analyze and ethically solve complex issues involvin fire fihtin, dealin with hazardous materials, manaement, budetin, administration and health and safety. This course is desined to ive students information, theory, skills and practice in the chosen trainin area. The core curriculum consists of, in part: medical terminoloy, anatomy and physioloy, leal & ethical standards, safety, infection control, body mechanics, vital sins, death and dyin, nutrition and basic life support and patient assessment. Instruction and certification of Basic Life Support (BLS), Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), First Aid, Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for infant, children and adults for healthcare providers is provided. Students will also be trained and certified in CERT (Community Emerency Response Team). Characteristics such as honesty, interity, responsibility and leadership will be emphasized. Students are expected to participate in physical aility exercises, drills and marchin and professional dress days (class uniform). 19

20 AUTOMOTIVE REFINISHING & PAINTING TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year This proram provides students with entry level skills and hands-on trainin in the auto body and paint industry. The course is desined for students to achieve basic to advanced skills in filler repair, metal finishin, metal fabrication, paint preppin, color matchin, paintin, detailin, structural analyst and estimatin. The Auto Refinishin and Paintin proram course exposes students to what is expected of the technician s appearance, manners, work ethics and ability to work with others in a work related industry. The class focuses on usin the latest products and technoloy that are bein introduced to the automotive industry; helpin students have relevant and current real life experience. Students also have the opportunity to compete in SkillsUSA; which is a competition that is juded by professionals in the industry. Students choose to et industry certifications such as I-CAR, PPG and ASE. 20

21 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year Reconized by the CA Department of Education as a Model Proram Community Collee Credit Available: and Las Positas Collee Prepares students in a career pathway to earn an Associates in Science Deree in Automotive Technoloy, Automotive Technoloy with emphasis in BMW Manufacture Trainin; or a Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Maintenance, Chassis, Drivetrain, Enine Performance Technoloy, Automotive Enine Machinin, or Automotive Technoloy Entrepreneur at Collee. Interested in learnin how a car works and how to make them perform better on the road? This course is accredited by NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) and covers brakes, suspension and steerin, enine performance and electricity/electronics. The class covers safety, industry standards, related automobile operational theory, dianosis and troubleshootin and repair procedures. Students will be exposed to the automotive business and industry and provided with entrylevel job skills. Other course topics are major enine tune-up and performance, function of fuel systems, enine overhaul and electrical repairs. 21

22 MERCHANDISING OCCUPATIONS MARKETING, SALES AND SERVICE INDUSTRY SECTOR Credit up to 40 per year Pre-requisite: Special Education or Department of Rehabilitation Client This proram provides trainin to students with disabilities throuh exploration of career clusters and learnin both their career interests and strenths to prepare them for career success. Students, while learnin and receivin educational classroom work-based trainin (paid or unpaid), will be assessed and acquire the knowlede and skills employers want. Students will enroll throuh the process of an Individual Education Plan (IEP) placement meetin with the ROP instructor present. OTHER LOCATION OFFERINGS The also offers classes on local hih school campuses. Students are encouraed to speak with their hih school counselor about enrollin in these courses. Auto Mechanics Castro Valley, San Leandro Biotechnoloy Castro Valley, Hayward, Tennyson Business and Finance Academy San Leandro Business Economics & Finance Arroyo, Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro Business Ownership & Economics Arroyo, San Lorenzo CISCO Internet Enineerin Castro Valley Computer Applications Hayward, Tennyson Computer Essentials Mt. Eden, San Lorenzo Criminal Justice Mt. Eden Culinary Careers Tennyson Drama / Advanced Drama Hayward Entrepreneurship Arroyo, Hayward, Mt. Eden, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Tennyson Graphic Desin San Leandro Graphics/Journalism/Yearbook San Leandro, San Lorenzo Wood Technoloy (Basic Carpentry/Woods) Hayward, San Leandro Marketin Economics Arroyo, Castro Valley, Hayward, Mt. Eden and San Lorenzo Media Arts Arroyo, Castro Valley, Hayward, Mt. Eden Medical Interventions Tennyson Photoraphy Arroyo, Castro Valley, Hayward, Mt. Eden, San Lorenzo Principals of Biomedical Science - Tennyson Sports Marketin Castro Valley, Hayward Video Production/Video Production Advanced San Lorenzo Word Processin Castro Valley 22

23 PARTICIPATING SCHOOL SITES FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL EDEN AREA ROP AT (510) OR (510) EDEN AREA REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM Hayward Center (510) Hesperian Blvd Hayward, CA CASTRO VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Castro Valley Hih School (510) Santa Maria Avenue Castro Valley, CA Redwood Alternative Hih School (510) Clifton Way Castro Valley, CA HAYWARD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Hayward Hih School (510) East Avenue Hayward, CA Mt. Eden Hih School (510) Panama Street Hayward, CA Tennyson Hih School (510) Whitman Street Hayward, CA Brenkwitz Continuation Hih School (510) Princeton Street Hayward, CA SAN LEANDRO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT San Leandro Hih School (510) Bancroft Avenue San Leandro, CA Lincoln Continuation Hih School (510) Teaarden Street San Leandro, CA SAN LORENZO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Arroyo Hih School (510) Lorenzo Avenue San Lorenzo, CA San Lorenzo Hih School (510) East Lewellin Boulevard San Lorenzo, CA Royal Sunset Continuation Hih School (510) Royal Avenue Hayward, CA The Western Association of Schools and Collees (WASC) accredit. Students can earn up to 40 academic credits per year. 2

24 AUTO MECHANICS Castro Valley and San Leandro Hih Schools The Automotive courses offer instruction from basic to advanced instruction and hands-on trainin in the automotive repair trades. Trainin covers precision tuneup, major enine overhaul, transmissions, differentials, brake systems, carburetion, inition, applied weldin and automotive electronics. BIOTECHNOLOGY Castro Valley, Hayward and Tennyson Hih Schools Approved for University of California d entrance requirement. This course incorporates the job-specific fundamentals with didactic and laboratory competencies for the various biotechnoloy occupations. Students will study advanced bioloy and chemistry concepts, and apply them to current biotechnoloy techniques, such as DNA manipulation and micropipettin, proper washin, sterilizin, plantin and culturin techniques. BUSINESS AND FINANCE ACADEMY San Leandro Hih School Prerequisite: Counselor Recommendation The San Leandro Academy is a three-year proram. The proram provides students with academically challenin course of study that allows students to demonstrate mastery of the course objectives. The academy focuses on the history and study of financial markets and institutions. The primary objective of the course will be to help students obtain a better understandin of these and other important financial issues facin citizens and overnment policymakers both her in the United States and abroad. The overall oal of these courses is to develop each student s critical thinkin, readin and writin skills. An in-depth study of the economy of the 21st Century and aspects of marketin concepts, such as entrepreneurship, computer literacy, advanced communication strateies, decisionmakin for the market place and resource allocation and product distribution are emphasized. Students will explore the reen technoloy, utilization, of traditional advertisin, interated marketin and critical thinkin skills to evaluate ideas and information and to analyze and synthesize qualitative and quantitative evidence (both in the classroom and the community). Students will also be required to complete class and homework research assinments. BUSINESS OWNERSHIP ECONOMICS San Leandro and Castro Valley Hih Schools Prerequisite: Grade 12. Interest in business. Teacher/ counselor approval. Meets UC/CSU Subject requirement. This Business Manaement course seeks to develop sound manaement skills within students. Students are able to analyze, synthesize and evaluate data from the other functional areas of business (e.. marketin, finance, accountin, entrepreneurship and leadership), as well as focus on manain one s time and the time and talents of others. Effective manaement requires decision makin abilities, lon rane plannin knowlede, human relation expertise and motivational skills. Students learn leadership skills and are able to select appropriate manaement styles. Finally, with the trends of international trade, there are numerous opportunities for travel to exotic locations as you pursue a manaement position. Students become familiar with the economic system of the United States and how it operates. They also explore the roles of various components of the American economic system. Students examine their roles as consumer, worker, investor and votin citizen. Topics of discussion include the stock market, comparative economic systems and the impact of political and social decisions on the economy. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in DECA! The teacher will help students find a job and receive paid onthe-job experience for workin a minimum of hours per week and earn additional units of credit. Students will also have an opportunity to et work experience at school. Students may earn units to credit towards community collees in business. WORK EXPERIENCE- CAREER DEVELOPMENT 10 Credits Prerequisite: 12th rade Description: Interested in ettin credit for workin? Workin in retail? Well, join the Marketin Career Development Proram that meets 7th period one day per week. Learn employment skills, assess personal values, oals, interest and abilities for career decision makin. CAD/DRAFTING Castro Valley Hih School This course is desined to provide students with the ability to visualize objects in three dimensions, prepare workin drawins and blueprints, think throuh draftin problems clearly and completely, draw clearly and accurately and practice draftin techniques throuh the use of a computer-aided draftin (CAD). CISCO INTERNET ENGINEERING Castro Valley Hih School Computer Maintenance (IT Essentials Cisco Curriculum): PC Hardware and Software presents an in-depth exposure to computer hardware and operatin systems. Students learn the functionality of hardware and software components as well as suested best practices in maintenance and safety issues. Throuh hands-on activities and labs, students learn how to assemble and confiure in a computer, install operatin systems and software and troubleshoot hardware and software problems. Additionally, chapters on networks and communication skills are included. This course helps students prepare for COMPTIA s A+ certification and leads to networkin and its certifications. Students will have the opportunity to manae a lare or small company some time durin your life.this excitin field will not only ive students hih personal satisfaction, but possible lare financial rewards. 24

25 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (INTRODUCTION) WORD PROCESSING/ IT COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY CODING Castro Valley, Hayward, San Lorenzo and Tennyson Hih Schools This course includes computer literacy with an emphasis on computer applications. It will prepare students for a position that utilizes computer skills, as well as enable collee-bound students to utilize the skills attained by producin theme papers and reports necessary for collee. Students learn how to prepare and present professional slide show presentations, develop keyboardin skills (proper keystrokes, posture, speed and accuracy), Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), desktop publishin and advanced Microsoft Word and Excel. Students will produce spreadsheets, newsletters and make an employment portfolio presentation. COMPUTER ESSENTIALS Mt. Eden Hih School This semester-lon survey course is an overview of business and computer technoloy concepts. Course includes introductory units in Keyboardin, Computer Applications, and Computer Literacy as they relate to information technoloy. In addition, this course prepares students for success in collee and careers. This course is often paired up with Freshman Health. CULINARY CAREERS Tennyson Hih School Students are trained to work in food service jobs as a waiter, waitress, head cook, baker and dishwasher. This is a basic course that is desined to teach students theory and ive hands-on experience in the skills and knowlede in the field of culinary arts. Students will also learn the importance of health and safety, food preparation, proper use and cure of equipment as well as job preparation. CRIMINAL JUSTICE San Lorenzo Hih School This course is desined to ive students both theory and hands-on in the field of criminal justice and forensic science, police operations, laws of arrest, includin introduction to crime scene investiation. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of effective communication and interpersonal skills, problem solvin, safety, leadership, self-discipline, oal settin and the use of law enforcement technoloy. The curriculum includes the police, court systems, and corrections. Students will learn about laws and how they are made, causes of crime, how citizens react to the breakin of laws, the police and their problems they are face, court procedures, correction, rehabilitation and juvenile justice. This course is sponsored by Eden Area ROP. ENTREPRENEURSHIP I/ II Arroyo, San Leandro and San Lorenzo Hih Schools A-G Approved Entrepreneurship is a Collee prep elective course that analyzes and applies the steps for new venture creation. Usin Network for Teachin Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Curriculum, the course is desined to provide students with an understandin of the external drivers and internal levels of business launchin, start-ups, and financin. It is structured in modules that form the foundation for students creation of a business plan, and investor elevator pitch. Concepts Covered include entrepreneurial mindset, business structure, opportunity reconition, value proposition and market research. Students will learn to apply business theory to their own ventures, marshalin available resources to ather relevant information. By usin extensive scenario analysis throuh classroom projects and roup work, students will develop critical thinkin and problem structurin skills. Experiential course activities include product development, work-based learnin experiences, and participation in reional and national competitions. This course is sponsored by ROP. GRAPHIC DESIGN San Leandro Hih School The course provides students with academically challenin course of study that allows students to demonstrate mastery of the course objectives. The academy focuses on the history and study of financial markets and institutions. The primary objective of the course will be to help students obtain a better understandin of these and other important financial issues facin citizens and overnment policymakers both here in the United States and abroad. The overall oal of these courses is to develop each student s critical thinkin, readin and writin skills. An in-depth study of the economy of the 21st Century and aspects of marketin concepts, such as entrepreneurship, computer literacy, advanced communication strateies, decisionmakin for the market place and resource allocation and product distribution are emphasized. Students will explore the reen technoloy utilization of traditional advertisin, interated marketin and critical thinkin skills to evaluate ideas and information and to analyze and synthesize qualitative and quantitative evidence (both in the classroom and the community). Students will also be required to complete class and homework research assinments. GRAPHICS/YEARBOOK San Leandro and San Lorenzo Hih Schools This course provides entry and immediate level trainin in a computer raphics and desin. The creative and technical process of project manaement is tauht with emphasis placed on concept to completion plannin, instruction in typoraphy, desin elements and color manaement. Students learn software prorams coverin pae layout, illustration, photo manipulation and scannin. Course Instruction includes plannin the yearbook, buildin desin and layout, desktop publishin skills and marketin concepts. 25

26 MARKETING ECONOMICS Arroyo, San Leandro and San Lorenzo Hih Schools A-G Approved This class is desined to help students develop skills for careers in marketin and/or for further instruction leadin to careers in business. Throuh classroom instruction students will learn the core competencies of marketin. Students will apply marketin concepts by creatin a professional portfolio and participatin in marketin class projects (i.e. innovation challenes, entrepreneurship events, and virtual competitions) as work samples. Students will learn about career development, labor laws, and will acquire knowlede to make informed consumer choices. Throuh DECA (An Association of Marketin and Business Students), members will ain skills to enhance their self-confidence and leadership skills by participatin in and travelin to career development competitions. Students will practice leadership, technoloy, and communications skills to assist them in their endeavor to be responsible, ethical and successful youn adults in the community, education and in the workforce. Students who are employed can earn up to 10 additional elective course credits per semester. MEDIA ARTS San Lorenzo Hih School Prerequisite: BADA SLC Media Arts is an advanced course desined for seniors who will continue their study of diital media in visual arts as they write film and produce feature films throuh the school year. Students continue to develop an understandin, appreciation, and a more personal approach to the expression of film and television. Students will enae in riorous activities in which they produce music videos, photo documentaries, commercials, public service announcements, news broadcasts and short narrative films. Films and other activities will portray the use of composition, film auteur, lihtin for expression, use of sound, effects, backround music, and other techniques that cover the visual arts standards. A variety of industryrelated field trips and uest speakers help students learn what oes on behind the scenes in the world of film and television production. Students are encouraed to enter their work in a variety of Bay Area youth video festivals/ Additionally, the video proram produces a weekly school wide. MEDICAL INTERVENTIONS Tennyson Hih School Media Arts is an advanced course desined for seniors who will continue their study of diital media in visual arts as they write film and produce feature films throuh the school year. Students continue to develop an understandin, appreciation, and a more personal approach to the expression of film and television. Students will enae in riorous activities in which they produce music videos, photo documentaries, commercials, public service announcements, news broadcasts and short narrative films. Films and other activities will portray the use of composition, film auteur, lihtin for expression, use of sound, effects, backround music, and other techniques that cover the visual arts standards. A variety of industryrelated field trips and uest speakers help students learn what oes on behind the scenes in the world of film and television production. Students are encouraed to enter their work in a variety of Bay Area youth video festivals/ Additionally, the video proram produces a weekly school wide. PRINCIPLES OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE Tennyson Hih School This is the second course in the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Biomedical Science Pathway. Students examine the interactions of human body systems as they explore identity, power, movement, protection, and homeostasis. Explorin science in action, students build orans and tissues on a skeletal Maniken ; use data acquisition software to monitor body functions such as muscle movement, reflex and voluntary action, and respiration; and take on the roles of biomedical professionals to solve real-world medical cases. SPORTS MARKETING Castro Valley Hih School Grade This course is desined to introduce the student to the world of sports and entertainment marketin. Students will learn how to apply the marketin mix (product, place, price and promotion) to the sports and entertainment industries. Students will learn about sponsorships careers, look at advertisin, the media, licensin merchandisin, copyriht laws and create promotional materials. Students will ain a reater awareness of marketin campains used to sell products in each of these industries as well as understand the economic impact of sports and entertainment. Students will also have opportunities to participate on community classroom and/or cooperative vocational education. WOOD TECHNOLOGY/ ADVANCED WOOD TECHNOLOGY Hayward and San Leandro Hih Schools This is a woodworkin class encompassin the use of hand tools and machines. Emphasis is placed on safety and ood workmanship habits. Students will spend class time developin plans, fiurin costs and layout of materials, and seekin pride in craftsmanship throuh well-desined woodworkin projects. Instruction will include lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on buildin experiences. Students will be introduced to different methods of woodworkin used in furniture, cabinetry, framed construction, and woodcrafts. This is a project-based class where students learn by doin and includes many hours of hands-on buildin experience throuh constructin required projects. Students will experience assinments at an individual and roup level, with opportunities for advisory positions. 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27 EDEN AREA REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM SCHOOL-WIDE LEARNER OUTC MES Students successfully completin courses throuh the Eden Area Reional Occupational Proram will: Demonstrate Appropriate Work Ethic by actin as a responsible citizen in the workplace and the community, modelin interity, ethical relationships, and effective manaement. Demonstrate Career and Collee Preparation by applyin appropriate technical skills and academic knowlede, developin an education and career plan alined to personal oals, applyin technoloy to enhance productivity, and practicin personal health and understandin financial literacy. Demonstrate Effective Communication by communicatin clearly, effectively, and with reason, workin productively in teams while interatin cultural/lobal competence. Demonstrate Critical Thinkin Skills by utilizin critical thinkin to make sense of problems and persevere in solvin them. 27

28 UC A-G & COMMUNITY COLLEGE ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS ROP Course Collee Collee Course Unit ROP/Hih School UC (a-) Automotive Technoloy Automotive Technoloy Automotive Technoloy Las Positas Las Positas Atec 50 - Automotive Fundamentals Atec 55 - Automotive Service Auto Intr - Automotive Service and Introduction.5 4 Biotechnoloy Biot Biotechnoloy 4 CV Business Economics/ Business Manaement Ba Microeconomics ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ d Business Economics/ Business Manaement Bus 12 - Introduction To Business ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ Business Economics/ Business Manaement Bus 95 - Work Experience 1 ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ Business Economics/ Business Manaement Bus 96 - Work Experience Seminar 1 ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ Careers In Education Mission Chd 10 - Principles and Practices in Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Careers In Education Las Positas Las Positas Las Positas Las Positas Ecd 50 - Early Childhood Principles Ecd 50 - Early Childhood Principles Ecd 95 - Work Experience Ecd 95 - Work Experience Ecd 96 - Work Experience Seminar Ecd 96 - Work Experience Seminar Ecs Work Experience Education Ecs 01 - Childhood Growth And Development Ecs 00 - Childhood Growth & Development Ecs 11- Art For The Youn Ecd 64 - Play - Materials and Environments Cisco Cnet Cisco Networkin 4 CV, Computer Applications Cnet 101A - Computer Applications 2, CV Computer Art/Graphics Computer Art/Graphics Las Positas Las Positas CIS 89A - Desktop Presentation CIS 89B - Desktop Publishin CV, HAY, Computer Maintenance Cnet Cnet 4 CV, Computer Web Prorammin Cnet 101- Cnet 4 Computer Web Prorammin Crime Scene Investiation Las Positas Cnet Cnet Aj 61: Evidence 4 4, CV Criminal Justice/ Forensic Science Criminal Justice/ Forensic Science Criminal Justice/ Forensic Science Criminal Justice/ Forensic Science Las Positas Aj Administration Of Justice Aj 50 - Intro To Administration Of Justice Aj 50 - Intro To Administration Of Justice Aj 74 - Gans And Drus UC (a-) ( a ) History / Social Science ( b ) Enlish ( c ) Mathematics ( d ) Laboratory Science ( e ) Lanuae other than Enlish ( f ) Visual and Performin Arts ( ) Collee - Preparatory Elective 28

29 ROP Course Collee Collee Course Unit ROP/Hih School UC (a-) Culinary Science Entrepreneurship Mission Fdrst 051- Basic Food Preparation Entri - Intro to Entrepreneurship 5 SLE, SLZ, HAY Graphics Las Positas Cis89A - Desktop Presentation 1 Graphics/Journalism Graphics/Yearbook Jour 148- Photoraphy / Graphic Art Newspaper Jour 148 Photoraphy / Graphic Art Newspaper SLE SLE Marketin Economics Marketin Marketin Marketin Marketin Operations Bus 12 - Introduction To Business Bus 95 - Work Experience Bus 96 - Work Experience Seminar Bus Elective Marketin Elective ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ ARR, CV, HAY, SLE, SLZ Medical Careers Hea 51A - Basic Terminoloy 2 Photoraphy Photoraphy Photoraphy Photoraphy Art 14A - Basic Color Photoraphy Photo 50 - Intro To Photoraphy Photo 52 - Beinnin Camera Photo 5B - Beinnin Diital Camera Use, ARR, CV, HAY, MTE, SLZ, ARR, CV, HAY, MTE, SLZ, ARR, CV, HAY, MTE, SLZ, ARR, CV, HAY, MTE, SLZ f f f f Sports Medicine Sports Medicine Kin Prevention And Care of Athletic Injuries Kin 2 - Intro to Athletic Trainin 4 4 ARR ARR Video Production Video Production Brdc Diital Video Web And Dvd Brdc Film And Video Production SLZ SLZ f f Weldin Weldin Weldin Weld 70 - Introduction To Weldin Weld 67A - Weldin Skills Labor Weld 67B - Advanced Weldin 2 2 UC (a-) ( a ) History / Social Science ( b ) Enlish ( c ) Mathematics ( d ) Laboratory Science ( e ) Lanuae other than Enlish ( f ) Visual and Performin Arts ( ) Collee - Preparatory Elective 29

30 JOIN THE TEAM The Ambassador Proram is an honorary roup of students who represent the and serve as the student overnment. Part of the criteria used to select candidates include bein in ood academic standin and demonstrate leadership in the classroom. The ambassador proram enhances the student s learnin experience by ivin them opportunities to attend monthly meetins, serve as tour uides on sophomore tours, help promote ROP school spirit, promote ROP at middle schools, attend campus and district, events, ive presentations and participate at the annual Open House and Science Fair. Applications are accepted at the start of each school year. I like bein ambassador because I feel like a leader. It s an amazin opportunity to be able to learn how to communicate, lead others and prepare for my future. I am more confident speakin in front of a lare roup of people and the feelin I et is empowerin. Kimberly Cervantes Web, Graphics and Diital Desin Proram Class of

31 STUDENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY There are three levels of reconition for students ae 16-25: Gold Medal: 250 hours or more Silver Medal: hours or more The President s Volunteer Service Award reconizes students who have provided at least 100 hours of service to their community this school year. Alon with the honor of Presidential reconition, recipients receive a personalized certificate, an official medallion and a conratulatory letter from the President of the United States. Last year, our students enaed in a rane of service projects as part of their classes throuh work-based learnin activities. Givin back to others is simply how many of our instructors teach and our students learn. There are many examples of how our students ive back to the community. Some of which include: Students from our Reistered Dental Assistin proram volunteered at East Bay Stand Down by providin dental care to homeless veterans. Students from our Medical Careers proram completed internships at several medical offices and hospitals. Students from our Construction proram built storae sheds and made improvements to a number of ROP prorams, includin Auto, Dental and the Adult Education Office. Students from our Culinary Science proram cooked for and hosted dinners for various charity events and staffed our student store. Students from our Careers In Education proram worked as teacher s assistants for local pre-k and elementary schools. Bronze Medal: hours or more 1