Sayreville War Memorial High School Parent Orientation for Class of 2014
The high school administration, including Principal Mr. Brown and Vice Principals Mr. Leonardo, Mr. Preston, and Mrs. Goscienski,
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Slide1SAYREVILLE WAR MEMORIALHIGH SCHOOL ORIENTATION for Parents/Guardians of Class of 2014 February 4, 2010
Slide3 DISTRICT SUPERVISORS Mrs. Sicola Counseling & Guidance Mr. Anschuetz Science & World Language Mrs. Kennelly Special Education Mr. Eberhardt Business & Mathematics Mr. Gentile Humanities Mr. Kohutanycz Health, Physical Education & Athletics Ms. Reilly Language Arts
Slide4SCHOOL COUNSELORSMr. Abruscato All Freshman Sophomores- Seniors Ms. Nakielny A - C Ms. Schnorbus D - I Mr. Feldman J - M Ms. Fass N - S Ms. Panza T - Z
Slide5H I S T O R Y H I S T O R Y World History Honors World History CP World History -- NJ ASK 8 determined World History -- CST determined
Slide6H I S T O R Y E L E C T I V E S H I S T O R Y E L E C T I V E S Current History World Geography Street Law
Slide7Performing Performing Arts Arts Electives Electives Band Mixed Chorus Music Appreciation Theory & Harmony Theatre 1
Slide8Performing / Visual Arts Performing / Visual Arts Electives Electives Art Appreciation Art Appreciation Creative Crafts Creative Crafts Introduction to Art Introduction to Art Graphic Arts Graphic Arts
Slide9TECHNOLOGYELECTIVES TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVES Auto Shop 1 Wood Shop 1 Engineering Drawing Robotics
Slide10S C I E N C E S C I E N C E General Science Honors General Science CP General Science -- NJ ASK 8 determined General Science -- CST determined
Slide11W O R L D L A N G U A G E S W O R L D L A N G U A G E S French 1 Spanish 1 Spanish 2 Spanish 1 for Native Speakers Spanish 2 for Native Speakers
Slide12M A T H E M A T I C S M A T H E M A T I C S Plane Geometry Algebra 1b Algebra 1 Math 104 -- NJ ASK 8 determined Math 9 -- CST determined
Slide13MATHEMATICSELECTIVES MATHEMATICS ELECTIVES Visual Basic Programming Computer Programming C++
Slide14BUSINESS ELECTIVES BUSINESS ELECTIVES Business Organization & Management Career Development Computer Applications & Information Processing Microsoft Word Computerized Accounting Computer Presentation & Design
Slide15PHYSICAL EDUCATION & HEALTH PHYSICAL EDUCATION & HEALTH Physical Education 1S Physical Education 2S
Slide16E N G L I S H E N G L I S H English 9 Honors English 9 CP English 9 -- NJ ASK 8 determined English 9 -- CST determined English ELL Reading 9 -- NJ ASK 8 determined Reading A -- CST determined
Slide17E N G L I S H E L E C T I V E S E N G L I S H E L E C T I V E S Creative Writing Journalism Mysteries in Film and Literature Mythology
Slide18GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS English 4 years Mathematics 3 years Science including Biology 3 years U.S. History 2 years World History 1 year World Language 1 year Visual/Performing Arts 1 year Practical/Vocational Arts 1 year Physical Education and Health 4 years
Slide19HIGH SCHOOL PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT HIGH SCHOOL PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT In addition to passing the required courses and attaining the 120 credits, all students must successfully complete the requirements of the High School Proficiency Assessment ( HSPA ) – which is the graduation test given for the first time in the spring of the junior year.
Slide20CREDITS REQUIRED CREDITS REQUIRED Cumulative 25 credits To pass to grade 10 50 credits To pass to grade 11 85 credits To pass to grade 12 95 credits To be eligible for an early dismissal schedule 120 credits To graduate!
Slide21COLLEGE ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS COLLEGE ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS MINIMUM 4 yrs. English 3 yrs. History 3 yrs. Mathematics 3 yrs. Science 2 yrs. World Language Academic Electives RECOMMENDED 4 yrs. English 3 yrs. History 4 yrs. Mathematics 4 yrs. Science 4 yrs. World Language Academic Electives
Slide22WHEN & WHERE WHEN & WHERE Beginning mid-March Two meetings: group meetings in cafeteria and individual meetings in the Guidance Office From Physical Education or Health class
Slide23TYPICAL FRESHMAN SCHEDULE TYPICAL FRESHMAN SCHEDULE 1. English 2. Mathematics 3. Science 4. World Language 5. World History 6. Visual/practical/performing arts OR Academic electives 7. Physical Education 8. Lunch
Slide24Tom Jones’ Grade 9 Schedule Tom Jones’ Grade 9 Schedule Pd. 1 YR General Science B9 Boyle Pd. 2 YR World History A215 Clarkint Pd. 3 YR English 102 A203 Hoosit Pd. 4/5 S1 PE1S Gym March Pd. 4/5 S2 Auto 1 C16 March Pd. 6 S1 Lunch Café Jenkins Pd. 6 S2 Lunch Café Jenkins Pd. 7/8 YR Spanish 1 A93 Songel Pd. 9/10 S1 Creative Crafts E4 Enrico Pd. 9/10 S2 PE 2S Gym Fells Pd. 11 YR Algebra 1 b A228 Mattski
Slide25SCHEDULING TIPS• Read the course description book • Have 5 – 7 alternate elective courses in mind • Take course selection sheet home for parent/guardian review and signature • Return signed course selection sheet within 3 days to Middle School Counseling Office
Slide26NJ ASK 8 Reminder NJ ASK 8 Reminder April 27, 28, 29, 30 Test Taking Tips Get a good night’s sleep Eat breakfast Take seriously – performance affects 9 th grade English, Mathematics and Science placements For more information see state website: www.state.nj.us/education/index.html
Slide27Class of 2014 Class of 2014 Parents/Guardians Parents/Guardians The SWMHS School Counselors wish your children (and you) success as they complete their last year in the Middle School. We look forward to September and the beginning of their high school career!