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  1. Freshman Information Class of 2018 WELCOME

  2. Empowering ALL students to succeed in a changing society The relentless pursuit of excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service Edmond North High School’sMission Statement

  3. Graduation RequirementsClass of 2018 Two Curriculum Options: College Preparatory Curriculum Students will be enrolled in college prep unless parents opt out Core Graduation Requirements Currently, successful completion of either track will result in a standard diploma

  4. College Preparatory Courses • 90% of all courses at Edmond • North are college preparatory • classes • Find your passion ~ Where do you want to go? What do you love to learn?

  5. Subject Core Requirement College Prep ENHS Recom. • English 4 units 4 units 4 units • Math 3 units 3 units 4 units • Science 3 units 3 units 4 units • Social St. 3 ½ units 3 ½ units 4 units • The Arts 2 Options 2 Options 2 Options Edmond Public Schools Graduation Requirements Class of 20181 unit = 2 semesters

  6. PE requirement (1 unit or year) fulfilled by: • Any PE Course - - 1 Unit • Any Sport - - - - - 1 Unit • Cheer/Pom - - - - 1 Unit • ROTC - - - - - - - 1 Unit • Band - - - - - - - - 3 Units • Orchestra - - - - - 3 Units • Vocal Music - - - - 3 Units Plan to complete this requirement early. Physical Education 2 Semesters Required

  7. The ARTS To fulfill this requirement you must do one of the following: • Humanities, Shakespeare, or Mythology / Poetry or • AP Euro, AP World, or AP Art History or • 2 units (4 semesters) of visual or performing arts – art, drama, vocal, or instrumental music

  8. COLLEGE RECOMMENDATIONS

  9. World Languages 2 to 3 Units of the same language is recommended for Oklahoma colleges

  10. Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra IIRequired for College Admission

  11. Success in Higher Education The type of courses students take in high school is more important than test scores, class rank, or grade point average. U.S. Department of Education Study by Clifford Adelman

  12. Guided Study • Tutorial • Algebra I support classes • Edmond Summer Program for Intervention Now (ESPIN) Academic Support Programs

  13. Flex Schedule Bus transportation will be available only for the 1-6 schedule • 1-6 periods - - - 7:40-2:30 • 2-7 periods - - - 8:40-3:30 • 1-7 periods - - - 7:40-3:30

  14. Pre-EngineeringacademyBioscience & medicine academy Plan to get all requirements completed early! Edmond Public Schools / FRANCIS TUTTLE

  15. ACE LEGISLATION ACE Legislation passed in 2006 requires that: ALL students PASS 4 of 7 EOI exams in order to graduate High School. ALGEBRA I and ENGLISH 2 must be passed along with 2 additional from the following: Algebra II, Biology I, English III, Geometry and U.S. History

  16. Completing Your Enrollment

  17. EDMOND NORTH FRESHMAN 2014 – 2015 STUDENT ENROLLMENT FORM Student’s Name ______________________________________-____ Last First Middle Student’s cell #___________Alt. phone#_________Student email_______ Are you an OKLAHOMA PROMISE student? Circle one Yes No Transportation Information Please choose the mode of transportation your student will utilize both before and after school _____Parent/Guardian will transport _____Transported by bus _____Student driver/rider _____Student will walk Students requiring bus transportation must enroll in 1st-6th schedule. Please check one of the following: ____Flex AM 1st-6th schedule _____Flex PM 2nd-7th schedule _____1st-7th schedule RETURN TO DESIGNATED TEACHER: Central – March 5, 2014, Cheyenne – March 5, 2014 Sequoyah – March 5, 2014

  18. 2014-2015 Freshman Student Enrollment Form Con’t CORE CLASSES (Refer to recommendations by 8th grade teachers) English : Choose one English Course __Pre AP English --1001521 ___Reading Improvement--1031410 __English I--1001421 (Required for students scoring below level in Reading on the 8th grade OCCT) Oklahoma History: Choose one History Course ____Pre -AP Oklahoma History-(1 Sem)--2726511 __X__Health—(1 sem.)-141 410 ____Oklahoma History (1 Sem)- 2726411 (Required) Math: Choose one Math Course ____Algebra I—2031421 ___Pre AP Geometry ____Geometry— ___Pre-AP Algebra II--204152 Science: Choose on Science Course ___Biology--1711421 ___Pre-AP Biology—175521

  19. 2014-2015 Freshman Enrollment Con’t ELECTIVES You must EITHER select one (1) year long class or two (2) semester courses for each space. Also, if you plan to play a sport, you MUST list the sport(s) you plan to play as an elective. 1._________________________________/_____________________________ 2._________________________________/_____________________________ 3._________________________________/_____________________________ ****Alternate courses for electives must be listed in order of preference 1.________________ 2._________________ 3.__________________ Important Notice Choose your schedule carefully. Schedule Changes will only be made for the following reasons: school error or inappropriate placement (level). There will be NO mid-year changes. It is the responsibility of the student and parent to be aware of the requirements of the College Preparatory and Core Graduation Curriculum Guidelines enclosed in this packet (Senate Bill 982) I have read the above notice and agree to the requested courses Parent Signature__________ _Student Signature______________Date____________ FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO: edmondschools.net/north/departments/counselor.aspx

  20. Freshman Class Elective List 2014-2015 • BUSINESS • x Introduction to Business-0201411 • x Business Law-0299410 • BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY • x Computer Applications-0302422 • COMPUTER SCIENCE/MATH • x Comp Science Game Programming-0315410 • DEBATE • Debate I-1083421 • DRAMA • Drama I-1111421 • Competitive Drama I-1113421 • * Stagecraft I (Teacher Approval)-1112420 • AEROSPACE SCIENCE (ROTC) • Aerospace Science I- 2195621 • Aerospace Science I Honors-2195521 • AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION • Agricultural Science I-0102421 • (Students will be bused to the Ag. Bldg) • ART • x Introduction to Art-1160410 • (Required to take the following • Art Courses) • x Drawing & Design-1162410 • x Pottery I-1164411 • x 3D Construction-1189410 • PHOTOGRAPHY • x Photography I – 1171411

  21. Freshman Class Electives Con’t • MUSIC • Band-(1st Hour)-1120420 • Jazz Ensemble (Teacher Approval)-1126520 • $ String Orchestra- 1124421 • $ Men’s Chorus- 1132420 • $ Women’s Chorus I - 1133420 • $ Applied Vocal Music (Audition Only)-1135520 • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • x Fall Sports Lab-2304410 • x Spring Sports Lab- 2302410 • x Recreational Basketball-2325410 • x Personal Fitness & Toning-2331410 • x Strength & Conditioning-2312430 • * Athletic Trainer (Teacher Approval) - 2304420 • FAMILY/CONSUMER SCIENCES • Family & Consumer Sciences I-0501421 • HUMANITIES • x Humanities-2202410 • INDUSTRIAL ARTS • $ x Intro to Wood Technology-0417410 • JOURNALISM • *Journalism Newpaper--1902420 • * Yearbook (Application Required) - 1903420 • MATH • *Algebra I Support-2031422 (This course required for students scoring below grade level in Math on the 8th grade OCCT)

  22. Freshman Electives Con’t • COMPETITIVE ATHLETICS: • Baseball - 23110315,23210315 • Basketball (Boys)- 23110415, 23210415 • Basketball (Girls)- 23110416,23210416 • Cheer- 23119211, 23219211 (tryouts only) • Cross Country (Girls) 23110816 (Fall) • Cross Country (Boys) 23110817 (Fall) • Football 23111215,23211217 • Golf (Boys) 23121315,23221315 • Golf (Girls) 23121316,23221316 • Pom – 23119411, 23219411 (tryouts only) • Soccer (Boys) 23212315 (Spring) • Soccer (Girls) 23212316 (Spring) • Softball 23112418, 23212418 • Swimming (Boys) 23122615, 23222615 • Swimming (Girls) 23122616, 23222616 • Tennis (Boys) 23122917,23222917 • Tennis (Girls) 23122918,23222918 • Track (Boys) 23213015 (Spring) • Track Girls) 23213016 (Spring) • Volleyball - 231131816 • Wrestling - 23123317, 23223317 • READING/LEARNING SKILLS • * Reading Improvement- 1031411 (This course required for students scoring below grade level in Reading on the 8th grade OCCT) • WORLD LANGUAGE • Chinese I -1221420 • French I -1205421 • German I -1210421 • Latin I -1215421 • Spanish I - 1201421 • Spanish II -1201422 • PreAP Spanish II -1201522 • KEY: • x One semester class • * Course requires teacher approval • # Course requires completed application or • an interview or teacher’s initial next to • course name • $ There is a fee for this course

  23. Course Description Book These are available online at www.edmondschools.net EDMOND PUBLIC SCHOOLS MEMORIA L NORTH SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT INFORMATION & COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 2014-2015

  24. Enrollment Due Date Your enrollment packet is due to your designated teacher by: Cheyenne – March 5th 2014 Sequoyah – March 5th 2014 Central – March 5th 2014

  25. Enrollment Conferences Students & parents will meet with a Freshman Advisor individually to finalize their enrollment. Students NOTin ENHS district may call the registrar @ 340-2228 for an appointment

  26. Location:ENHS Freshman Academy Monday, March 24th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. Or Thursday, March 27th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. Sequoyah Enrollment ConferencesNo AppointmentsFirst Come, First Serve

  27. Location:ENHS Freshman Academy Tuesday, March 25th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. or Thursday, March 27th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. Cheyenne & Central Enrollment ConferencesNo AppointmentsFirst Come, First Serve

  28. Ann-Clore Duncan– President North Parent Group www.edmondschools.net/north

  29. Good Luck! HUSKIES 2018