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  1. Ankeny Centennial High SchoolStudent Registration 2014-15 Parent Information Night January 23, 2014

  2. Welcome &Introductions • Welcome Class of 2015 & 2016! • Welcome Parents • Let Our Journey Begin

  3. District Mission Ankeny Community Schools is unified in its commitment, passion, and vision so every learner is prepared to achieve a lifetime of personal success.

  4. Core Values • Community - Learn and work together experiencing belonging, respect and collaboration • Challenge - Develop high expectations and rigor with accountability • Excellence - Pursue passionately world-class learning and continuous improvement • Inspiration - Nurture the diverse aspirations of all learners • Leadership - Model accountability to the district strategic road map, by acting intentionally, disciplined and compassionate in words and action

  5. Vision…we will establish a culture known for… Achievement and Responsiveness whereby: • All students are engaged in and accountable for their learning • All students are achieving their potential and prepared for success beyond K-12 • All students are accessing individualized and challenging programming

  6. Vision…we will establish a culture known for… (cont.) Innovation and Professionalism whereby: • All staff are high quality and engaged with a clear focus on students and learning • All students and staff are integrating technology innovations which accelerate learning and assure success for all Leadership and Unity whereby: • All embrace and are engaged and are utilizing the comprehensive strategic roadmap to guide every priority and decision

  7. Administrative Team Ms. Jodie Graham Dr. Jen Lindaman Mr. Darin Haack

  8. Guidance Staff Ms. Janae Griffith A-G Ms. Kari Joel H-O Ms. Nicole Wee P-Z

  9. Today’s Purpose • Online Junior Course • Course Registration

  10. Online Junior Class • IHAPI – State Required for all students grade 8-12 • Career/College Exploration • Ties to Course Registration • Completion by Feb. 14 • If not complete by deadline, study hall will be assigned

  11. Tools Needed Online Junior Class login/syllabus sheet Curriculum Guide – On line Course Request Form/Curriculum Guide - Handout Ankeny website:

  12. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students must earn 48 credits to Graduate 8 Credits- Language Arts 6 Credits – Math – minimum completion through Algebra II 6 Credits – Science – through chemistry 8 Credits - Social Studies 1 Credit - Health 4 Credits - PE 15 Credits – Electives – can be taken from all subject areas

  13. Honors Distinction Diploma

  14. Graduation Requirements vs. College Entrance Requirements

  15. Regents Admissions Index-RAI Regents Admissions Index or RAI Used to calculate a score for entrance into Iowa’s Regent Universities (ISU, UNI and U of I) Mathematical formula using ACT score, class rank, GPA and core classes taken in high school (ACT X 2) + (High School Rank X 1) + (20 X GPA) + (5 X the number of core courses taken) 245

  16. Department Requirements & Recommendations • Review the course registration sheet • Teacher recommendations • Course length indicators • Full time student status (6 credits plus PE) • Alternative courses • Parent/Guardian signature

  17. Language Arts - 11th Grade English Required – 2 Credits English 11 OR American Cultures (English11/U.S. History) OR AP Literature & Composition English Elective Courses Acting I Creative Writing Intro to Theatre Intro to Classic Film Journalism Publications Yearbook

  18. Language Arts - 12th Grade Required – 2 credits • AP Language & Composition (Year Long) OR • College Prep Comp AND one of the following: • Brit Lit., Cont. Lit., Shakespeare, Literacy Matters, or Fund. Of Oral Communication OR • Communication Skills AND one of the following: • Brit Lit., Cont. Lit., Shakespeare, Literacy Matters, or Fund. Of Oral Communication • Electives • Journalism • Publications • Acting • Creative Writing • Intro to Classic Film • Intro to Theater • Yearbook

  19. Math - 11th & 12th Grade Required - 2 credits Geometry Algebra II Trig/Pre – Calc AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Statistics Discrete Math Applied Math NOTE: Alg. I, Geometry, Alg. II Required for Graduation

  20. Science– 11th & 12th GRADE REQUIRED - 2 credits Biology or Honors Biology (Write on Form) AP Biology Anatomy & Physiology Chemistry or Honors Chemistry (Write on Form) AP Chemistry Physics AP Physics C AP Environmental Science Geology Astronomy

  21. Social Studies - 11TH Grade Required – 2 credits U.S. History OR American Cultures (English 11/U.S. History) OR AP U.S. History • Electives • Why Iowa? • Psychology • AP Psychology • Sociology • Intro to Sociology • AP Comparative Government • Argumentation & Debate • Iowa Adventure (2 periods)

  22. Social Studies - 12TH Grade Required – 2 credits U.S. Government OR AP U.S. Government AND Economics OR AP Microeconomics and/or AP Macroeconomics • Electives • Why Iowa • Psychology • AP Psychology • AP Microeconomics • AP Macroeconomics • Sociology • Intro to Sociology • AP Comparative Government • Argumentation & Debate • Iowa Adventure (2 periods)

  23. Physical Education 11th & 12th Grade REQUIRED – 1 credit (must enroll in 1 PE class each semester) • *Request P.E. for both semesters in IC • Adv Strength & Conditioning (meets daily) • Extreme Fitness (meets daily) • Wellness • Team Activities • Individual & Dual Activities • Iowa Adventure (1 PE credit and 1 SS elective credit) • PEOPLE PE – Application Needed

  24. Elective Credits • Business • Family & Consumer Sciences • Industrial Arts • Computer Operations & Applications • Art • Music • Modern Language • Math • English • Science • Social Studies

  25. Art Art I (prerequisite for all classes) Drawing I Drawing II Digital Images & Photo I Digital Images & Photo II Graphic Design Painting I Painting II • Jewelry I • Jewelry II • Photo I • Photo II • Pottery I • Pottery II • Sculpture

  26. Business/Technology Accounting I Internship Web Development Marketing Business Law Entrepreneurship Emerging Technologies Managing Your Money Video/Audio Broadcasting MOC (seniors only)

  27. Computer Application & Operations Intro Program. Logic C++ Programming Visual Basic AP Computer Science A

  28. Family and Consumer Science Intro. To Foods Food Prep I Fashion Analysis/Design Interior Design Child Development Relationships in Reality Parenthood Textiles

  29. Industrial Technology - Computer Aided Drafting & Design Beginning House Design CAD I CAD II Architectural CAD Intro to Engineering & Design Principles of Engineering

  30. Industrial Technology - Automotive Shop Fundamentals & Minor Service (pre-requisite) Auto Engine Rebuild Brakes and Driveline

  31. Industrial Technology - Construction Introduction to Construction (prerequisite for all other courses) Building Construction Cabinetry Advanced Trim & Finish Home Repair & Maintenance

  32. Modern Language French I French II French III French IV French V • Spanish I • Spanish II • Spanish III • Spanish IV • Spanish V • Chinese I • Chinese II • Chinese III • Chinese IV

  33. Music Vocal Music Instrumental Music Music Theory AP Music Theory

  34. DMACC Shared Programming Students MUST BE proficient on the Iowa Assessments in order to enroll in DMACC course in the academic program. Courses in the vocational program are exempt from this requirement. Academic advisors at DMACC closely monitor student progress in DMACC shared programming courses. Students who do not maintain a 2.0 GPA in their DMACC coursework are at risk of being placed on academic probation. Students taking a college math course for the first time – ALEKS Assessment

  35. Opportunities for Academic Advancement DMACC Shared Programming – High school courses that students concurrently enroll in a corresponding DMACC course DMACC Career Advantage Program – Vocational academies (multiple courses) located on the DMACC campus Advanced Placement (AP) Coursework – High school courses aligned to college coursework through the College Board. College credit awarded by the receiving postsecondary school based on the student’s score on the AP exam.

  36. DMACC Advantage Programs Auto Collision Technology Auto Mechanics Technology Building Trades/Finish Carpentry Business Administration Criminal Justice Culinary Arts Diesel Mechanics Technology Health Occupations Information Technology Network Admin Machine Operations/Tool & Die PLTW – Project Lead the Way Civil Engineering & Architecture Digital Electronics Teacher Academy Visual Communications (Graphic Design/Web) Courses taught on high school campus, DMACC Campus or Mixed for College Credit.(see page 8 of curriculum guide)

  37. Registration Process Take time to choose classes Discuss parent/student Current Teachers and Counselors Fill out your Course Request Form X in box to register for the course Full time student status - 6 credits plus PE Open Campus/Study Hall – not guaranteed to have in period want Choose alternative courses Get teacher recommendations Parent/student signature

  38. IMPORTANT DATES Jan. 13 &14: Student Presentations @ Centennial Jan. 15-17: Teachers discuss with students curricular areas and sign off on recommendations Jan. 17: Student Presentations @ Northview Jan. 23: Parent/Student Evening Meeting Jan. 13 – 27: Student Portal in Infinite Campus open for students to register Jan. 29: All student course request forms due to Advisement teachers Jan. 30-31: meet individually with students in PE to check over course requests in Infinite Campus