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The Ninth Grade Academy at Southern Vance HS. Tannis Jenkins Counselor Wednesday, December 5, 2012. DATA..DATA..DATA. EOC Data School-wide EOC 2008-2009 = 63.6% 2009-2010 = 74.5% 2010-2011 = 70.6% 2011-2012 = 81.0%. End Of Course Composites. Graduation Rate at SVHS.

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the ninth grade academy at southern vance hs

The Ninth Grade Academy at Southern Vance HS

Tannis Jenkins

Counselor

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

data data data
DATA..DATA..DATA..

EOC Data

School-wide EOC

2008-2009 = 63.6%

2009-2010 = 74.5%

2010-2011 = 70.6%

2011-2012 = 81.0%

collaboration
Collaboration

Career Day, Guest Speakers, Field Trips

Summer Orientations

Parent Nights

Student/Parent/ Teacher Meetings

career academic
Career& Academic
  • College and University trips
  • Military Visits from
  • Academic &Attendance Incentives
  • Career Day
personal social
Personal/Social
  • Parenting Meetings
  • Small/Large Group Sessions
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Guest Speakers
future plans
Future Plans
  • Continue to work with students with planning for their future
  • Collaborate with administrators on how to plan for smaller class sizes
  • Continue to collaborate with middle school teachers & counselors to help with the transition of rising 9th graders
  • Invite more guest speakers & individual mentoring
  • Large & small groups to focus on academic, personal/social, career activities
  • Increasing incentives for academics and attendance
  • More College/University visits to expand exposure
  • Stronger focus on repeaters and strugglers
references
References
  • Carrie Cook, H.F. (2008). Ninth Grade Academies Easing The Transition To High School. Raleigh:NCDPI.
  • Jerald,C. (2007, March 27). Keeping Kids in School: Lessons from research about preventing dropouts. Washington DC, USA.
  • Southern Regional Education Board
  • NCDPI
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