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Mainland Regional High School Scheduling Orientation Program 1/13/11. Scheduling Dates at Schools. Northfield Community School Tuesday, January 18 and Wednesday, January 19 Somers Point – Jordan Road Thursday, January 20 and Fri day , January 21 Linwood Schools – Belhaven

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scheduling dates at schools
Scheduling Dates at Schools
  • Northfield Community School
    • Tuesday, January 18 and Wednesday, January 19
    • Somers Point – Jordan Road
    • Thursday, January 20 and Friday, January 21
    • Linwood Schools – Belhaven
    • Thursday, January 27 and Friday, January 28
scheduling meeting
Scheduling Meeting
  • Select your classes at home and circle them on the course selection sheet.
  • During the 15 minute meeting, recommendations will be discussed and MRHS Counselor will confirm course request after answering any questions.
  • (Selections are based upon teacher recommendations)
  • Please be on time.
freshman seminar full year 5 0 credits
Freshman Seminar(Full Year – 5.0 Credits)
  • Required for all 9th Graders
  • Replaces Issues of Conscience (Tolerance) and Personal Finance/Tech and Career
  • Cohort Structure – Held in Regular Classrooms and Computer Labs

The purpose of this course is to give incoming ninth graders a structured program to facilitate the transition from middle school to high school, build life-long learning skills, develop 21stcentury skills and raise awareness of the challenges and complexities of living in a multicultural society.

freshman seminar key topics
Freshman SeminarKey Topics
  • High School Orientation
  • Academic Honesty and Integrity (Honor Code)
  • Time Management, Organization and Study Skills
  • Coping with Academic Stress
  • Ethical Decision Making, Leadership and Issues of Conscience
  • Causes, consequences and impact of prejudice, discrimination and intolerance in society
  • Human Relations, Social Skills and Conflict Resolution
  • Bullying, Harassment and Internet Safety
  • Interpersonal and Communication Skills
  • Self/Career Awareness and Goal-Setting
  • Responsible, Appropriate and Effective Use of Technology (Internet)
  • Technology / Computer Ethics
  • Computing and Technology Skills
  • The Research Process
history
History
  • 3 Options in US History I
    • Pre-AP Honors A Cohort
    • Honors
    • College Prep
  • Summer Reading Assignments – Pre-AP Honors A and Honors
  • Honors US History (Pre-AP) – Prepares students for AP U.S. History (10th Grade) – Taught as a Cohort with Honors A English (Students must register for both Honors A History and English)
  • Honors U.S. History I – Reading and Writing Intensive compared to College Prep
english
English
  • 3 Options
    • Pre-AP Honors A Cohort
    • Honors
    • College Prep
  • Summer Reading Assignments – All levels will have an assignment.
  • English I Honors (Pre-AP)– Prepares students for AP English Language (11th Grade) – Taught as a Cohort with Honors A History (must register for both)
  • English I Honors – Reading and Writing Intensive compared to College Prep
  • English I College Prep – Focused on the development of basic skills necessary for success in high school English, as well as other disciplines.
science
Science

3 Options

  • Honors Chemistry (with Honors Algebra 2)
  • Advanced Physical Science ( with Algebra 1

or higher)

  • Applied Physical/Earth Science –

(with Pre-Algebra/Algebra)

world languages
World Languages
  • Options – Italian, French, Latin, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish
  • Italian, French, Latin and Mandarin Chinese – All students start at Level 1
  • Spanish Options
    • Pre-Honors Spanish II
    • Spanish II
    • Spanish I
  • Recommendation – Students who have struggled in Language Arts should consider not taking a World Language in 9th grade
physical education health
Physical Education/Health

9th Grade

  • 1 Quarter Health
  • 1 Quarter Swimming
  • 2 Quarters Physical Education
special education grade 9
SPECIAL EDUCATION (Grade 9)

RESOURCE ROOM

  • E02F1 Freshman Seminar
  • E01E1 Developmental English
  • E01R1 Developmental Reading
  • E02R1 English-Reading Novice
  • E01M1 Developmental Math
  • E02M2 Integrated Math
  • E02M3 Algebra I
  • E02M4 Geometry
  • E01S1 Developmental Science
  • E02S2 Physical-Earth Science
  • E01G1 Adaptive P.E / Health
  • E01H1 Developmental History
  • E02H1 US History I

RR ELECTIVES

  • E02P1 Personal Development
  • E02B1 Structured Work Based Learning-Academic
  • E02B2 Structured Work Based Learning-School
  • E01D1 Cultural Diversity
  • E02FS Fall Academic Maintenance
  • E02SS Spring Academic Maintenance
special education grade 9 continued
SPECIAL EDUCATION (Grade 9) continued

TAP PROGRAM*

*Recommendation of Child Study Team only

E0TH3 History

E0TM3 Math

E0TE3 English

E0TC3 TAP Elective

E0TS3 Science

E0TG3 Phys. Ed./Health

E0TP3 TAP Special Projects

INCLUSION CLASSES

  • L110V English 1 College Prep
  • M001V Pre-Algebra-Algebra with Math Lab
  • M002V Algebra-Geometry
  • M100V Algebra 1 CP
  • M101V Geometry CP
  • S012V Applied Phys Sci-Earth Science
  • S108V Advanced Physical Science
  • H110V US History I CP
music
Music
  • Concert Band 1

(all incoming freshmen instrumentalists)

  • Concert Band 2

(only if selected by the All-South Jersey Band in middle school)

  • Chorus or Select Choir (with audition)
  • Beginning or Intermediate Strings(with audition)
theater performing arts
Theater/Performing Arts

Options

  • Dance (Semester)
  • Theater (Semester)
  • Musical Theater and Dance (Semester)
  • Producing and Performance (Semester)
  • Competitive Speech and Drama (Year)
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Visual Arts
  • Art I
  • Crafts

Technology

  • CADD courses (2.5 / 5.0 Credit options)

Media Production

  • Media Production (5.0 Credit)

Family & Consumer Sciences

  • Living/Cooking on Your Own, Foods, Child Care, Money Management
high school expectations
High School Expectations

A. Credits earned through courses

  • 2.5 Credits for Semester Class
  • 5.0 Credits for Year Class

B. Grade Level will be based on earned credits

  • 120 Credits for Graduation
    • 30 credits, including core courses for 10th Grade
    • 60 Credits, including core course for 11th Grade
    • 90 Credits to be a 12th Grader - (Senior Privileges)

C. Work Expectations

    • Homework and studying will be necessary for success

** SET GOALS **

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