Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Staff development 13
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Staff development 13

106

Published on

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
106
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Hall Center for Education Counselors 2013-2014 Marcie Strahan, A-L Rhonda Bullard, M-Z
  • 2. We are the Champions! What makes Hall the best kept secret in Aldine ISD?
  • 3. WHAT’S NEW FOR 2013-2014
  • 4. Intervention  District-wide initiative (middle and high schools)  30 minutes everyday  Allows built in support  Testing needs  College preparation  Tutorials  NOT ADVISORY or Study hall  Graded classwork with requirements (2 grades a week)  Bell to bell instruction Changes may be made once enrollment slows to more adequately serve students.
  • 5. Student, Ima B. 6th period will be used as a credit recovery. Lunch Assignment
  • 6. Schedule Concerns – Week 1  Only students with holes in their schedules need to come to the office during the first week of school  Priority will be given to newly enrolled students  If students have concerns or questions about credits earned, encourage them to use the counselor request form or you can email us  Encourage detail on the counselor request form
  • 7. HB 5HB 5
  • 8. Minimum Attendance for Class Credit  No credit given for a class unless the student is in attendance for at least 90% of the days the class is offered  Students in attendance for at least 75% but less than 90% may be given credit for the class if the student completes a plan approved by the school’s principal that provides for the student to meet the instructional requirements of the class (NG Policy)
  • 9. Limitation on Removal from Class for Tutoring  Students may not be removed from a regularly scheduled class for remedial tutoring or test preparation for more than 10% of the school days on which the class is offered without parent consent in writing
  • 10. Interruption of Classes  Announcements are limited to once a day unless there is an emergency  How this affects Hall Center for Education?  PSAT Testing  Assemblies  Senior Meetings  Field Trip Departure / Return Pay close attention to emails and student lists and make sure you have students report to the meeting location on time.
  • 11. EOC / STAAR Requirements  Reduction in number of tests required for graduation from 15 to 5:  English 1  English 2  Algebra 1  Biology  US History  ELA test is now a combined assessment (Reading and Writing)
  • 12. Foundation High School Program (22 credits)  4 credits in English  3 credits in Mathematics  3 credits in Science  3 credits in Social Studies  2 credits in Foreign Language  5 credits in Electives  1 credit in Fine Arts  1 credit in PE … COMING SOON
  • 13. Foundation High School Program with Endorsements (26 credits)  STEM  Business and Industry  Public Services  Arts and Humanities  Multidisciplinary Studies … COMING SOON
  • 14. Foundation High School Program with Endorsements (26 credits)  Complete the requirements for Foundation High School Program  An additional advanced mathematics course, or advanced career and technology course  An additional advanced science course, or advanced career and technology course  2 additional credits in electives … COMING SOON
  • 15. What about the old graduation plans? Students currently in the 9th , 10th , and 11th grade may graduate on the graduation plans that are currently in place (Minimum, Recommended, or Distinguished) or they can choose the new HB5 graduation program. Current plans will be phased out over time.
  • 16. GraduationGraduation RequirementsRequirements 2013-20142013-2014
  • 17. Minimum Graduation Plan (22 credits)  4 credits in English  3 credits in Mathematics  2 credits in Science  4 credits in Social Studies  6 credits in Electives  1 credit in Fine Arts  1 credit in PE  .5 credit in Communication Applications  .5 credit in Health
  • 18. Entered 9th Grade 2010 or Before  Earn at least 22 credits (Minimum Plan)  Pass all parts of Exit Level TAKS  ELA  Math  Science  Social Studies
  • 19. Entered 9th Grade 2011 and Beyond  Earn at least 22 credits (Minimum Plan)  Pass all STAAR/EOC Exams at the end of:  English 1  English II  Algebra 1  Biology  US History The 2013 - 2014 schedule reflects EOC courses for the previously tested core subjects until a decision is made by district leadership to make a change. Credits will be awarded at the completion of the A and B section.
  • 20. Entered 9th Grade in 2007 - 2008 and Beyond (26 credits for Recommended Plan Graduate) 9th Grade Requirements for 10th classification Requirements for 11th classification 12th Grade 0 - 5.5 6.0 – 11.5 12.0 - 17.5 18+  English 1  Algebra 1  1 credit from: World Geography, World History, US History  1 credit from: IPC, Biology  English 1 & 2  Algebra 1 & Geometry  2 credits from: World Geography, World History, US History  Biology  l credit from: IPC, Chemistry, Physics Must meet 11th grade classification requirements before being classified as a 12th grader Classification Requirements Entered 9th Grade in 2011 and Beyond (26 credits for Recommended Plan Graduate) 9th Grade Requirements for 10th classification Requirements for 11th classification 12th Grade 0 - 5.5 6.0 – 11.5 12.0 - 17.5 18+ The classification status of each student is updated each term.
  • 21. Transcript Overview When counting total credits earned, make sure to subtract all local credits. Local credits are included in the total credit earned section of the transcript, but they do not count towards Hall Center for Education’s graduation plan. NGNG’s’s NG tutorials will be held Monday - Thursday. Students can make up 2 NGs after school. A student acquires 4 NGs (one per class) each day they are absent over the allotted days. If NGs are not cleared, the student does not receive credit. Averaged Credit Some districts average semester grades for credit.
  • 22. Grade Change Form
  • 23. Graduation Checklist Students’ progress is tracked by the counselors using the graduation checklist.
  • 24. A Exit TAKS Scores NG’s
  • 25. STAAR/EOC Student EOC Scores
  • 26. College Advisor On campus once a week in the LMC to assist students in college preparation (financial aid, college applications, scholarships)
  • 27. Students with Special Needs  Eliminate student discussions regarding personal issues in class  Refer concerns to the counselors (email or personal visit)  Counselors will follow up with you to as needed

×