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House Bill 5
Information Session & Update
Prosper ISD Graduate Profile
A Prosper ISD Graduate:
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Exhibits Academic Readiness
Seeks Opportunities and Challe...
STAAR EOC EXAMS
Algebra I
English I
English II

Biology
U.S. History

House Bill 5 reduced the number of STAAR End of Cour...
5
End of
Course
Exams

26
Credits

House bill 5 requirements for all freshmen entering
high school in 2014
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Successfully...
Minimum High
School Program

Recommended
High School
Program

Distinguished
Achievement
Program

22

26

26

Credits

Cred...
Foundation High
School Program

Foundation High
School Program
with Endorsement

Distinguished
Level of
Achievement

22

2...
Distinguished Level of Achievement – 26 Credits
Algebra II Required, Eligible for Top 10% Automatic Admissions

1 Math and...
Prosper ISD Graduation Requirements
Distinguished Level of
Achievement

22 Credits

 Arts & Humanities
 Business &
Indus...
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A student may earn a distinguished level of
achievement by successfully completing:

-a total of four credits...
STEM

Arts &
Humanities

Multidisciplinary

Endorsements

Public
Services

Business
& Industry
STEM
(Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics)
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Engineering
Robotics
Computer Science
Science
Mathematics...
Business & Industry
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Veterinary Medicine
Horticulture
Welding
Auto Mechanics
Video Production
Animation
Bu...
Public Services
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Nursing Assistant
Pharmacy Tech
Health Care
Teaching

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Training
Police officer
Firefighter
...
Arts & Humanities
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Theatre
Art
Music
Literature
Psychology/Sociology
Literary Genres
AP Art History
Applied Voic...
Multidisciplinary
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Career exploration
Academics
Advanced Placement

Multi-Disciplinary
Content

English
Language Arts (4)

DAP (2013 and Prior)
English I
English II
English III

Content

English
Language Arts ...
Distinguished House Bill 5
Achievement Plan
4 Advanced Performance
Measures must be Acknowledgements
earned for DAP on the...
Outstanding Performance in:
Dual Credit (12 hrs. and 3.0 or higher)
Bilingualism and Biliteracy (3 credits & 80
or highe...
All top 10% graduates are eligible for
Automatic Admissions to any 4-year public
university in Texas
(except UT Austin top...
English

Math

Science

Social
Studies

UH-MAIN

4

3

3

3

TX A&M

4

4

4

UT Austin

4

3 (4)

2 (3)

3

2 (3)

TX Sta...
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Update 4 – Year Plan
Matchmaker & My Skills
Learning Styles Inventory
Ability Profiler
Career Selector
School...
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Continue to update the 4 – Year Plan every year,
along with Course Registration

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Students will have the opportunity ...
As of now, a school district shall clearly
indicate an Endorsement on the
transcript or Academic Achievement
Record (AAR) ...
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Students have been building and updating
their 4 year plans since 8th grade

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Encouragement to take the courses that
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2/26/2014
2/28/2014
3/03/2014

3/5-7/2014
3/17/2014

PHS Faculty Mtg.
Send course catalog to be printed
Each Dept. will cr...
HB5 information session - Prosper ISD
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HB5 information session - Prosper ISD

  1. 1. House Bill 5 Information Session & Update
  2. 2. Prosper ISD Graduate Profile A Prosper ISD Graduate:      Exhibits Academic Readiness Seeks Opportunities and Challenges of Learning Demonstrates Well Rounded Characteristics Values Honoring Others and Exhibiting Respect Contributes to Community through Involvement
  3. 3. STAAR EOC EXAMS Algebra I English I English II Biology U.S. History House Bill 5 reduced the number of STAAR End of Course (EOC) Exams from 15 to 5 and eliminated the requirement that test results constitute 15% of an overall course grade. Students who do not successfully complete the EOC will be given the support and assistance they need to successfully complete a retest.
  4. 4. 5 End of Course Exams 26 Credits House bill 5 requirements for all freshmen entering high school in 2014 • Successfully pass 5 STAAR EOC Exams • In Prosper ISD, graduate under the Distinguished Learning Plan (22 credits) • Select an Endorsement (4 credits)
  5. 5. Minimum High School Program Recommended High School Program Distinguished Achievement Program 22 26 26 Credits Credits Credits
  6. 6. Foundation High School Program Foundation High School Program with Endorsement Distinguished Level of Achievement 22 26 26 Credits Credits Credits State Minimum Goal Focused Goal Focused + Alg 2 Mandated for all incoming 9th grade students in 2014 2015 and optional for current high school students
  7. 7. Distinguished Level of Achievement – 26 Credits Algebra II Required, Eligible for Top 10% Automatic Admissions 1 Math and 1 Science STEM Business & Industry Endorsements – 26 Credits Public Services Endorsement Requirements Arts & Humanities Multidisciplinary Studies Distinguished High School Program 22 Credits + 4 Endorsement Credits
  8. 8. Prosper ISD Graduation Requirements Distinguished Level of Achievement 22 Credits  Arts & Humanities  Business & Industry  Public Services  STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics)  Multidisciplinary 26 Credits to Graduate 4 English 4 Math 4 Science 4 Social Studies 1 PE 2 Languages (other than English) 1 Fine Arts 2 Electives +4 Endorsement Credits
  9. 9.      A student may earn a distinguished level of achievement by successfully completing: -a total of four credits in mathematics, which must include Algebra II -a total of four credits in science -the remaining curriculum requirements -the curriculum requirements for at least one endorsement A student must earn distinguished level of achievement to be eligible for top 10% automatic admission.
  10. 10. STEM Arts & Humanities Multidisciplinary Endorsements Public Services Business & Industry
  11. 11. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics)      Engineering Robotics Computer Science Science Mathematics AP Physics 1 Earth and Space Science AP Calculus BC Pre-AP Calculus/AP Calculus AB Combo Engineering Mathematics STEM Advanced Engineering Design & Presentation Forensic Science
  12. 12. Business & Industry         Veterinary Medicine Horticulture Welding Auto Mechanics Video Production Animation Business Management       Accounting Marketing Culinary Arts Fashion Design Journalism Debate Restaurant Management Hotel Management Fashion Design Marketing Dynamics Business English Debate III Practicum in Business Management Business & Industry Debate II Oral Interpretation I
  13. 13. Public Services     Nursing Assistant Pharmacy Tech Health Care Teaching    Training Police officer Firefighter Forensic Science Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security Law Enforcement I Public Services
  14. 14. Arts & Humanities      Theatre Art Music Literature Psychology/Sociology Literary Genres AP Art History Applied Voice Music Theory American Sign Language Mandarin Chinese Special Topics in Language and Culture Arts & Humanities
  15. 15. Multidisciplinary    Career exploration Academics Advanced Placement Multi-Disciplinary
  16. 16. Content English Language Arts (4) DAP (2013 and Prior) English I English II English III Content English Language Arts (4) Algebra I English I English II English III 4th English Options English IV Mathematics (4) DLA (2014 forward) Mathematics (4) Geometry Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Science (4) Algebra II 4th Math Advanced Math Biology Science (4) Biology Chemistry Physics Physics/Advanced Science 4th Social Studies (4) IPC/Chemistry Advanced Science Science World Geography Social Studies (4) World Geography World History World History U.S. History U.S. History Government/Economics LOTE (3) LOTE I Government/Economics LOTE (2) LOTE II LOTE I LOTE II LOTE III Fine Arts PE Speech Electives Fine Arts PE Speech Elective 1 Fine Arts PE Speech Electives Fine Arts PE Elective 1 Elective 2 Elective 2 Elective 3 Elective 3 Elective 4 Endorsement Elective Endorsement Elective Endorsement Elective Endorsement Elective Total 26 Credits Total 26 Credits
  17. 17. Distinguished House Bill 5 Achievement Plan 4 Advanced Performance Measures must be Acknowledgements earned for DAP on the transcript graduation Plan
  18. 18. Outstanding Performance in: Dual Credit (12 hrs. and 3.0 or higher) Bilingualism and Biliteracy (3 credits & 80 or higher) Advanced Placement Exams( 3 or above) PSAT, ACT-PLAN, SAT or ACT (College Readiness, ACT -28 SAT-1250) Business or Industry Certificate or License
  19. 19. All top 10% graduates are eligible for Automatic Admissions to any 4-year public university in Texas (except UT Austin top 7%)
  20. 20. English Math Science Social Studies UH-MAIN 4 3 3 3 TX A&M 4 4 4 UT Austin 4 3 (4) 2 (3) 3 2 (3) TX State 4 4 4 3 2 (3) BAYLOR 4 4 4 3 2 UT San Antonio 4 3 3 2 2 Texas Tech 4 4 4 SFA 4 3 3 4 SHSU 4 2 2 RICE 4 3 (4) 4 4 2 (4) UT Dallas 4 3 (4) 3 3 (4) 2 (3) LSU 4 4 4 4 2 UH Downtown 4 4 4 4 3 TAMU Galveston 4 4 4 TCU 4 3 3 3 2 HBU 4 3 3 3 1 UNT 4 4 3 4 3 SMU 4 3 (4) 3 (4) 3 2 (3) Abilene Christian 4 3 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor 3 2 The number represents the subject credit requirements for admissions. The number in parentheses represents the recommended subject credit(s) for admissions. 3 COLLEGE LOTE 2 2 2 2 2 2 College admission requirements may be less rigorous than the requirements for a college major of choice.
  21. 21.       Update 4 – Year Plan Matchmaker & My Skills Learning Styles Inventory Ability Profiler Career Selector School Selector
  22. 22.  Continue to update the 4 – Year Plan every year, along with Course Registration  Students will have the opportunity to change Endorsements, but need to make sure Endorsement requirements are able to be met
  23. 23. As of now, a school district shall clearly indicate an Endorsement on the transcript or Academic Achievement Record (AAR) of a student who satisfies the applicable requirements
  24. 24.  Students have been building and updating their 4 year plans since 8th grade  Encouragement to take the courses that are most interesting to each individual student  Create a seamless transition between high school and post-secondary opportunities
  25. 25. 2/26/2014 2/28/2014 3/03/2014 3/5-7/2014 3/17/2014 PHS Faculty Mtg. Send course catalog to be printed Each Dept. will create FAQs Science & Math Coordinators visit classrooms Post new Course Catalog online Course selection video 3/18/2014 3/18/2014 9th-11th Grade Parent Night@ 6:30 p.m. 8th Grade Parent Night @ 5:30 pm CE0 Expo from 6-8 p.m. 3/19/2014 3/19/2014 3/21/2014 3/25-27/2014 3/31/201 4/09-10/2014 6/02/2014 Review HB5 changes, new graduation plans and staff’s role in guiding students The board approved course catalog should be sent to print shop. Brett Hankey will upload online version. Each Dept. will create FAQs relating to changes in their departments as a result of HB5 K. Hamilton will present course option changes to PAP Geometry and all Algebra 2 classes. B. Benjamin will present course options to Biology and Chemistry classes. New Course Catalog will be posted on school website 9th gr-11th gr students will watch the course selection instructional video in class. We will be on an advisory schedule that day. Present Course Selection Information and HB5 changes Clubs, Elective teachers, and Organization sponsors will be available to answer questions students may have regarding their program. 8th Grade Parent Night@ 6:30 p.m. Present new graduation programs and course selection information. 8th, 9th -11th Grade Parent Morning MakeUp meeting Course Selection through S.S. Classes Present Course Selection Information and HB5 changes All Course Selections are closed Small Group Meetings with 8th graders and their parents. All schedule change requests due Students will input Course Selections on laptops in the LGI through their S.S. classes. All course selections should be entered into Career Cruising by 3/31/2014. Review submitted graduation plan and answer questions. Schedule change requests & waivers deadline.

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