New Student Orientation. WELCOME TO MATES. GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT Ms. Catherine Ferrara Seniors –Anderson- to Intile Juniors –Alan to Jones S ophomores –Abdul to Raziq to Minotti Freshmen – Arrowood to Malta Mrs. Alison Prendeville Seniors – Maio to Zambito
Ms. Catherine Ferrara
Seniors –Anderson- to Intile
Juniors –Alan to Jones
Sophomores –Abdul to Raziq to Minotti
Freshmen – Arrowoodto Malta
Mrs. Alison Prendeville
Seniors– Maio to Zambito
Juniors –King to Zuckerman
Sophomores– Mueller to Zodl
Freshman- Mazzaccaro to Zdyrski
September 5th will be a regular school day.
Full-Day Bell Schedule
Warning Bell 7:25
Homeroom 7:30 – 7:37
Block 1 7:37-8:57
Block 2 8:58-10:18
Activity Period 10:39-11:00
Block 3 11:02-12:22
Block 4 12:23-1:43
Freshmen are enrolled in the following courses:
English I Health I/Phys. Ed.
Algebra I or RMA (testing) Geometry
Spanish I or II (testing) World History
Biology I Chemistry I
Spanish IV or V
*Option II V/PA available as a P/F course for 5 credits to enroll in Spanish IV or V
** Spanish V
**Utilizing the points listed above will decrease feeling stressed and overwhelmed throughout the school year.
Make-up work protocol:
If you are planning a vacation, you should fill out a Vacation Request Form. This form is located in the guidance department and on the OCVTS website; it should be turned in to your guidance counselor prior to vacation.
Tips for Breaking Middle School Habits:
Students should demonstrate integrity and honesty at all times. Simply stated, cheating is taking credit for work that is not one’s own. Cheating will result in loss of credit for the assignment and may result in further disciplinary action as determined by the Academy Administration. Records of cheating by students will be maintained throughout a student’s full four years of attendance.
Plagiarism is copying all or part of another person’s work (ideas as well as exact words) as if they were the copier’s own. It is stealing; it is illegal and unethical. Any use of pictures, graphics, videos, sound recordings, etc., from computer databases, the Internet, books or magazines, must be documented appropriately. Anyone plagiarizing will face disciplinary action; plagiarized work will not be accepted nor will credit be given. It will be at the teacher’s discretion to allow the student to resubmit the project. The plagiarism incident will remain in the student’s permanent discipline file.
CYBER BULLYING: Ensure your child does not post information that could be misused. Ensure that your child communicates respectfully with others in cyberspace.
being online. Disrupted friendships. School avoidance.