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CLASS OF 2013. THE FINAL YEAR AT CHS. CLASS OF 2013. PARENT MEETING AUGUST 30, 2012 SENIOR COUNSELOR CATHY VOSS. Campus High School Principal Mr. Myron Regier. Our Vision for Campus (what can we be?). Graduation rate of 90% by 2014.

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Class of 2013

CLASS OF 2013

THE FINAL YEAR AT CHS


Class of 20131

CLASS OF 2013

  • PARENT MEETING

  • AUGUST 30, 2012

  • SENIOR COUNSELOR

    CATHY VOSS


Class of 2013

Campus High School

Principal

Mr. Myron Regier


Our vision for campus what can we be

Our Vision for Campus(what can we be?)

  • Graduation rate of 90% by 2014.

  • Meet AYP in reading, writing and math. (Reading – 90.7%, Math 88.2% for “12-13”)

  • Meet Standard of Excellence in reading and math.

  • Average score of 23 on ACT.

  • Provide a safe, nurturing environment for our students.


Goal graduation rate of 90 by 2014

Goal: Graduation rate of 90% by 2014.


Goal 90 7 for all groups

Goal: 90.7% for all groups.


Goal 88 2 for all groups

Goal: 88.2% for all groups.


Goal of ap test number of graduates

Goal: # of AP test = number of graduates.


Goal less than 10 per year

Goal: Less than 10 per year.


Richard elliott

RICHARD ELLIOTT

  • Assistant Principal and Athletic Director

  • Campus High School

  • [email protected]

  • 554-2236


Karen slous senior sponsor

Karen Slous, Senior Sponsor

  • Upcoming activities

  • HOMECOMING

    PARADE – Friday, October 5

    DANCE – Saturday, October 6

  • [email protected]


Graduation may 19 2 00 pm koch arena wichita state university

GRADUATION MAY 19, 2:00 PM KOCH ARENA WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY

  • Awards Assembly/Baccalaureate on May 12: 1:30 P.M. & 3:00 P.M.

  • Senior Finals: May 10, 13, 14, 15

  • Senior Breakfast: May 15, 7:00 A.M.

  • Graduation Practice: May 17, 9:30 A.M.

  • Senior Luncheon: May 17, 11:30 P.M.

  • Project Graduation: May 19, 11:00 P.M.


Project graduation

PROJECT GRADUATION

  • PARENT ORGANIZED, FUNDED AND SPONSORED

  • SCHOOL OFFERS USE OF FACILITIES AND HELP WITH COLLECTING PAPERWORK

  • CAMPUS CONTACT – Pam Burkett

    316-554-2240

  • PARENT CONTACT- Mindee Chambers

    316-708-4131


Chs credits for graduation

CHS CREDITS FOR GRADUATION

  • 4 ENGLISH

  • 3 MATH

  • 3 SCIENCE – BIOLOGY, PHY SCIENCE, AND 1 ELECTIVE

  • 3 SOCIAL STUDIES – W STUDIES, W HISTORY, US HISTORY, GOVT

  • 1 PE

  • 1 FINE ART

  • 10 ELECTIVES

  • MUST PASS ADVISORY/SEMINAR FOR EVERY SEMESTER ENROLLED AT CHS


Credit reminders

CREDIT REMINDERS

  • STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE 25 CREDITS TO GRADUATE FROM CHS

  • SEMINAR CREDIT DOES NOT COUNT TOWARDS THE 25

  • IF STUDENTS ARE MISSING CREDITS, THEY MUST BE RECOVERED PRIOR TO MAY 1, 2013

  • REFER TO GRADUATION PROGRESS


Credit recovery

CREDIT RECOVERY

  • NIGHT SCHOOL- CORE COURSES MUST HAVE LETTER FROM COUNSELOR TO ENROLL, COST $150 PER ½ CREDIT

  • PASS PROGRAM - ELECTIVE COURSES, COST $ 70 PER ½ CREDIT (Used to make-up seminar)

  • 12-13 SCHEDULE – REQUIRED CLASSES WORKED BACK INTO SCHEDULE


Grading schedule

GRADING SCHEDULE

  • FALL GRADE CHECKS ISSUED DURING 5th WEEK AND 9TH WEEK

  • FINAL GRADES FOR THE FALL WILL BE ISSUED ON JANUARY 4. THESE GRADES WILL BE ON THE FINAL HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT.

  • SPRING GRADE CHECKS ISSUED DURING 5TH WEEK AND 9TH WEEK

  • FINAL GRADES FOR THE SPRING WILL BE SET BY MAY 16 ( 8:00 a.m.)

  • FINAL TRANSCRIPTS WILL BE READY IN JUNE


Parent teacher connections

PARENT TEACHER CONNECTIONS

  • PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES ON OCTOBER 17TH AND 18TH

  • POWER SCHOOL OPTIONS: LOOK AT GRADES AND ATTENDANCE WEEKLY, TALK TO TEACHERS ABOUT ISSUES THAT COME UP, ARRANGE E-MAIL NOTIFICATION ABOUT GRADES

  • EXPECT PHONE CALLS FROM TEACHERS AND COUNSELING OFFICE, IF GRADES ARE A CONCERN


Academic support

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

  • TUTORING PROGRAM AVAILABLE TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY FROM 3:05 PM – 4:00 PM IN ROOM C16

  • TEACHERS ARE THE BEST RESOURCES WE HAVE. STUDENTS NEED TO TALK TO THEIR TEACHERS, IF THEY ARE STRUGGLING, AND MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH TEACHERS TO COME IN BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL.


All school test day september 27

ALL SCHOOL TEST DAY: SEPTEMBER 27

9TH-11TH GRADE STUDENTS WILL BE TESTING

SENIORS WILL BE PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

  • ORDER GRADUATION SUPPLIES

  • SENIOR INDIVIDUAL PICTURE $10, USED FOR YEARBOOK AND CLASS PANEL, GROUP PICTURE $16

  • REALITY U: WHAT WILL LIFE BE LIKE IN 10 YEARS?

  • BREAKOUT SESSIONS: LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL


Graduation supplies

GRADUATION SUPPLIES

  • ORDER WILL BE PLACED ON SEPTEMBER 27, STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE THEIR JOSTEN PACKETS AND PICTURE PACKETS IN SEMINAR, SEPTEMBER 17

  • $60.00 DEPOSIT RECOMMENDED

  • BILL WILL BE MAILED TO YOU IN JANUARY 2013

  • DELIVERY OF SUPPLIES TO CAMPUS IN MARCH

  • SUPPLIES NOT PICKED UP THE DAY JOSTENS DELIVERS, WILL BE KEPT IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE


Taking care of business

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS

  • ALL STUDENTS IN A FULL SCHEDULE

  • DISCUSSION OF SECOND SEMESTER SCHEDULE IN OCTOBER

  • STUDENTS MUST BE ENROLLED IN 5 CLASSES SECOND SEMESTER. SOME STUDENTS WILL ELECT TO TAKE SENIOR PASSES AND/OR COMMUNITY SERVICE SEMINAR

  • BEGIN COLLEGE PAPERWORK, TAKE THE ACT IF NEEDED


Parents can help

PARENTS CAN HELP

  • HELP STUDENTS AVOID SENIORITIS

  • HELP STUDENTS FOCUS ON WORK NEEDED TO ACHIEVE THE HIGHEST GRADES POSSIBLE

  • ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO TAKE THE ACT, IF NEEDED

  • HELP STUDENTS FINISH COLLEGE PAPERWORK

  • HELP STUDENTS MAKE MAJOR DECISIONS ABOUT LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL


Post high school decisions

POST HIGH SCHOOL DECISIONS

  • OCTOBER 1: FUTURES FAIR AT CENTURY II, 6:00-8:00 PM SESSION DESIGNED FOR SENIORS AND THEIR PARENTS. DAY SESSIONS AVAILABLE ON OCTOBER 2.

    REPRESENTATIVES FROM OVER 100 SCHOOLS WILL BE PRESENT.

  • NOVEMBER 1: PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR KANSAS 4 YEAR PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES.


Post high school testing

POST HIGH SCHOOL TESTING

  • ACT WILL BE USED FOR ADMISSION, SCHOLARSHIPS AND COURSE PLACEMENT AT A FOUR YEAR UNIVERSITY

  • COMMUNITY COLLEGES WILL USE THE ACT OR THEIR OWN PLACEMENT TEST

  • TECHNICAL COLLEGE WILL REQUIRE WORK KEYS OR COMPASS


Post high school testing1

POST HIGH SCHOOL TESTING

  • ACT TEST DATES AND REGISTRATION DEADLINES:

    • OCTOBER 27 (SEPTEMBER 21)

    • DECEMBER 8 (NOVEMBER 2)

    • FEBRUARY 9 (JANUARY 11)

    • APRIL 13 (MARCH 8))

    • JUNE 8(MAY 3)

  • COST: $35

  • ONLINE REGISTRATION INFORMATION IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE OR GO ONLINE AT WWW.ACT.ORG

  • CONTACT THE COUNSELING OFFICE REGARDING FEE WAIVERS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES


  • Post secondary choices

    POST SECONDARY CHOICES

    • 2 YEAR VS 4 YEAR COLLEGES

    • PUBLIC VS PRIVATE SCHOOLS

    • IN-STATE VS OUT OF STATE

    • VOCATIONAL, TECHNICAL SCHOOLS

    • MILITARY SERVICE

    • DIRECTLY INTO THE WORK FORCE


    Admission process

    ADMISSION PROCESS

    • THE INTERNET IS YOUR FRIEND

    • COLLEGE REPS

    • COLLEGE VISITS

    • APPLICATION, FEE, AND UP TO DATE TRANSCRIPT

    • COMPLETE THE PROCESS A.S.A.P TO SECURE A SPACE AND BEGIN THE SCHOLARSHIP PROCESS


    Scholarships

    SCHOLARSHIPS

    • CAN BE BASED ON ACADEMIC ABILITY, ACTIVITIES, ATHLETICS

    • INSTITUTIONAL, LOCAL, NATIONAL

    • REQUIREMENTS: ACT, GPA, ACTIVITIES CHART, BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY (QUESTIONS), AND LETTERS OF REFERENCE

    • KEEP COPIES OF EVERYTHING


    Federal financial aid

    FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

    • FAFSA REQUIRED FOR ALL SENIORS TO DETERMINE FINANCIAL NEED, CAN’T BE FILLED OUT UNTIL JANUARY 1, 2013 IT WILL BE BASED ON 2012 INCOME TAX INFORMATION

    • AID CAN COME IN THE FORM OF LOANS, GRANTS, WORKSTUDY, SCHOLARSHIPS

    • FINANCIAL AID NIGHT AT CAMPUS 7:00 P.M., NOVEMBER 5TH


    Senior news to know

    SENIOR NEWS TO KNOW

    • COLLEGE INFORMATION AND SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES UPDATED MONTHLY

    • POSTED IN COUNSELING OFFICE, AND ENGLISH CLASSES.

    • LOCATED ON THE USD 261 WEBSITE IN THE CAMPUS COUNSELOR CORNER

      • USD 261.COM


    Ncaa clearinghouse

    NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE

    • Students considering competing in athletics at the NCAA Division I or II level must be registered with the NCAA Clearinghouse.

    • www.eligibilitycenter.org

    • Students registering or wanting information on how to register need to check with the counseling office.

    • NAIA and NJCC also have clearinghouses.


    Helpful websites

    HELPFUL WEBSITES

    • www.actstudent.org – Register for the ACT

    • www.eligibilitycenter.org- NCAA I and II

    • www.fafsa.ed.gov – Fill out the FAFSA

    • www.kansasregents.org – Kansas Scholarships

    • www.fastweb.com – Scholarship Search Engine

    • www.careerpipeline.org – Career Information


    More help if you need it

    MORE HELP IF YOU NEED IT

    • www.anycollege.com - Search for colleges

    • www.college.gov – General information

    • www.collegeNET.com – General information

    • www.usd261.net/public

      • Counselor Corner

        • Senior News to Know

        • This powerpoint will be posted on the website


    Campus counseling department

    Campus Counseling Department

    • Cathy Voss- Senior Counselor

    • Walter Zemanick - Junior Counselor

    • Todd Hook- Sophomore Counselor

    • Jeff Michael - Freshman Counselor

    • Sheri Tucker- Registrar

    • Pam Burkett- Secretary

      Contact Info 554-2240


    Campus counseling department1

    Campus Counseling Department

    Services Available

    • Academic Planning & Counseling

    • Career Development Counseling

    • Personal & Social Counseling

    • Testing ( EXPLORE, PLAN, PSAT, ACT )

    • College Information

    • Scholarship/ Financial Aid Information


    Questions cathy voss cvoss@usd261 com 554 2240

    QUESTIONS?Cathy [email protected]


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