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12 th Grade ICAP. Goal Setting. Overview. Review DPS Transcript Option 1: Print and distribute transcripts by class Option 2: Have students log onto student portal Complete/u pdate Naviance 4-year Academic Plan and “My ICAP” Survey Ensure post-secondary goals are SMART

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12 th grade icap

12th Grade ICAP

Goal Setting


Overview

Overview

  • Review DPS Transcript

    • Option 1: Print and distribute transcripts by class

    • Option 2: Have students log onto student portal

  • Complete/update Naviance 4-year Academic Plan and “My ICAP” Survey

  • Ensure post-secondary goals are SMART

  • Discuss importance of having Plan A and Plan B

  • Review skills for post-secondary readiness and the importance of the senior year


Transcript review via student portal

Transcript Review via Student Portal

From here, you can view your attendance, grades, & other important information to help you stay on-track.


12 th grade icap

Click “Grades”

Click “GPA & Transcript Access”

3) Click “DPS

Transcript”


12 th grade icap

Check your GPA and ACT scores and compare with the college index. Schedule to re-take the ACT if you would like to improve your scores.


Overcoming the act test obstacle

Overcoming the ACT Test Obstacle

  • If you still aren’t happy with your score(s),

    • Study for and schedule to re-take the ACT test

    • Continue working on improving your GPA to help increase your total Index Score

  • If your scores don’t meet the college ready benchmark,

    • Study for and schedule to re-take the Accuplacer test on a college campus as an alternative way to meet the college ready benchmark.

    • OR, make sure you’ve taken and passed the Dev. Ed. Course equivalent with a C- or higher to show the college that you are ready for college level coursework, without remediation.

You can get into college without these scores/courses but you will start by taking remedial course (not college level), which means you will not receive financial aid for those courses or any college credit toward graduation)


Act schedule

ACT Schedule

  • To register, visit www.actstudent.org

  • Cost: $34.00

  • Cost with optional writing test: $49.50

  • Late registration fee: addition $21.00

  • Fee waivers are available to students who qualify for free/reduced lunch


Sat schedule

SAT Schedule

  • To register, visit www.collegeboard.com

  • Cost: $49.00

  • Late registration fee: additional $26.00

  • First subject test: $22.00

  • Additional subject tests taken on same date: $11.00

  • Fee waivers are available to students who qualify for free/reduced lunch


12 th grade icap

Add up your total credits earned. Subtract this number from 240 to see how many credits you need to earn your senior year.


Transcript review

Transcript Review


Credit check

Credit Check

Each box = 5 credits

40 credits

40 credits

30 credits

30 credits

20 World Language

10 PE/Band/ROTC

10 Fine Arts/Tech Ed

60 other electives

240 credits total

Identify the classes and # of credits you need to recover


4 year plan

4-Year Plan

  • Map out which courses you need to take/pass this semester or next second semester in order to meet graduation requirements and graduate with your peers.


Naviance 4 year course plan

Naviance4-Year Course Plan

  • Open a new tab and log-in to Naviance using the following Username and Password

Student ID #

mmddyy

Click, “Log In”


Dps surveys

DPS Surveys

  • Click “about me”

    • Click “Academic Plan Survey”

  • Complete surveys and click


4 year plan credit check

4-Year Plan Credit Check

  • Check to see that the credits in your plan meet the credits required for graduation.


Credit recovery

Credit Recovery

  • If you’re on track…

    • what do you need to continue doing to stay on-track and finish strong?

  • If you’re off-track…

    • It may be difficult, but it’s not too late to make a change and get back on-track

    • Explain how credit recovery works at your school


Credit recovery1

Credit Recovery

  • Credit Recovery – a class that is taken online or in the classroom in which students work to earn credit for a class in which they previously failed

    • Cost: $25 per class

    • Passing Score: A student must score at least 80% (an A or B) on all unit tests in order to earn credit for the class.

    • On your transcript, the recovered course will be recorded as a new course, with a new grade. Unfortunately, your original course grade will also remain on your transcript.


Credit recovery2

Credit Recovery

  • What will you do differently this time in order to earn an A or B and recover these credits? What is your plan to help you stay on-track moving forward?

  • If you are more than 30 credits off-track, you may want to consider a Multiple or Intensive Pathway school as an option to help support you in recovering credits and finding a PS readiness educational pathway that will lead you to graduation. Set up a meeting with your counselor as soon as possible!


Post secondary readiness

Post-Secondary Readiness

  • Academic Skills

    • ACT, GPA, AP scores + High level literacy, math, science, technology, research, communication, and leadership skills

  • Academic Beliefs

    • Belief in self, in one’s effort, in personal control over results, etc.

  • Academic Behaviors

    • Self-discipline, study skills, attendance, time-management, work ethic, etc

  • Academic Planning

    • Complete college essays on Naviance

    • Complete relevant placement testing:

      • Study and sign-in for AP assessments

      • Re-take ACT if within 2-3 points of your admissions goal

      • Otherwise, begin studying for Accuplacer

      • Or take and pass college remedial (Dev Ed) courses before graduating

    • In the next several months, plan to…

      • Apply to at least 3 scholarships and turn into DSF advisor

      • Apply for FAFSA

      • Complete a college and/or other application aligned with PS goal


Ensuring my goals are smart

Ensuring my goals are SMART

  • Specific

  • Measureable

  • Attainable

  • Realistic

  • Time specific

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Complete Worksheet with Plan A, Plan B, etc.


Budgeting go to http www coloradorealitycheck com

BudgetingGo to http://www.coloradorealitycheck.com

Click #2 “Future Salary”

$26,000

Enter the lowest salary you would accept in order to

include as many occupational choices as possible

If the site is not working, click http://www.texasrealitycheck.com/


Select education cluster goal

Select Education & Cluster Goal

  • Select your education goal and Career Cluster

  • Record your Cluster selection on your handout

Click “Get Careers”


Career salary

Career & Salary

  • Record the salary of careers in your interest area that accept your level of education and meet or exceed your salary goal.

  • Circle the annual salary (above) of the career you are most interested in pursuing


Monthly salary after taxes

Monthly Salary After Taxes

  • Take this salary and times it by .8 to get an estimate of your take home salary after federal and state taxes, social security, and Medicare deductions.

  • Annual salary: $________________ X .8 = $________________ (Annual salary after taxes)

  • Take this number and divide it by 12 to get your estimated monthly income after taxes. Annual salary after taxes: $ ______________ / 12 months = $ _____________ (Monthly pay)


Plan your budget

Plan Your Budget


Naviance 4 year plan icap survey

Naviance4-Year Plan & ICAP Survey

  • Open a new tab and log-in to Naviance using the following Username and Password

Student ID #

mmddyy

Click, “Log In”


Academic plan icap survey

Academic Plan & ICAP Survey

  • Click “about me”

    • Click to take the following surveys

      • “Course Plan Survey”

      • “ICAP Survey”

  • Complete each surveys and click


Course plan

Course Plan


4 year plan credit check1

4-Year Plan Credit Check

  • Check to see that the credits in your plan meet the credits required for graduation.


My icap

“My ICAP”

Complete questions 1 – 4

and 11 – 13

And 26 - 29


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