Maryville Junior High School. Academic Expectations and Data Results –Lisa McGinley General Information –Lisa McGinley Registration Process and Timeline –Kim Taylor Athletics and Eligibility –MJHS/MHS Summer School –Nate Lee Questions –Freshmen Faculty. Tonight’s Agenda.
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Where are they?
How’d they get there?
U.S. Department of Education
36% graduated with at least 3 hours college credit
16% graduated with 12 or more hours of college credit
77% enrolled in postsecondary institution after graduation
Composite Score 15
College (Apprentice, Career Technical, 2-yr and 4-yr Colleges and Graduate School)
The Benchmarks are scores on the ACT subject-area tests that represent the level of achievement required for students to have a 50% chance of obtaining a B or higher or about a 75% chance of obtaining a C or higher in corresponding credit-bearing first-year college courses.ACT College Readiness Benchmarks
18 15 13
22 19 17
College Social Sciences
Lisa McGinley, Principal
Credit for each course taught at MJHS/MHS is based on the Carnegie Unit.
MJHS uses letter grades (A, B, C, D, F, P) to report student progress. Plus/minus may be added to the letter grade as an incentive/warning. The plus/minus will appear on the student’s record, but will have no quality point value when computing the GPA.
To calculate the Grade Point Average (GPA) add up all of the quality points for the courses taken and divide by the total number of credits that have been earned.
Q1(37.5%) + Q2(37.5) + Sem. Ex (25%) = S1 S1(50%)+S2(50%)=Final Grade
Q3(37.5%) + Q4(37.5%) + TCAP or Course Exam (25%) = S2Grades
First (1st) Semester Exams will compose 25% of first semester average
According to School Board Policy –to receive credit for passing any grade or course students must attend 90% of class time
There is no perfect formula for determining the proper amount of academic study for each student. It is not unreasonable to expect a student to routinely have academic study each night and some weekends.
French 1 & 2
Latin 1 & 2
Spanish 1 & 2
Drama 1 & 2
Band, Orchestra, Chorus
Introduction To Engineering Design
Family and Consumer Science
Leadership and Marketing
The master schedule is made on the basis of student course requests received during the spring registration.
The purpose of the Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is to be a support organization to Maryville Junior High School faculty, staff, and families by providing feedback, assistance and opportunities that will contribute to the success of every studentPAC Mission Statement
Parent to parent communication and education: bridging the gap between school and families regarding news, updates, and events.