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  1. Class of 2017 Sophomore Assembly August 20, 2014

  2. LHS Principal Mr. Croley

  3. Class of 2017Secretary Mrs. Madrid You will be notified via email when items are in the office for you. Check your Lindbergh email often!

  4. School Resource Officer(SRO) Officer Gordon

  5. Lindbergh High School empowers learners to become caring and responsible critical thinkers within the global community.

  6. Lindbergh Learning Communities You Personalizing your School Environment Curriculum, Instruction And Assessment

  7. Character Education Trustworthiness Respect Responsibility Citizenship Caring Fairness

  8. Attendance Goal 2014-2015 96%

  9. Student Responsibilities Be dressed appropriately Be respectful Be responsible Make the most of this opportunity Ask for help when you need it

  10. Professional Development Seminar (PDS) Release Day • 22 Wednesdays throughout the school year. • During PDS students are to be in the following area: • Cafeteria – Quiet study (Attendance make up or serving detentions) • Library – 40 students with academic passes only • Gym 3 – select number of students • Leaving campus, must follow the normal procedures

  11. Responsibilities • You are to arrive in your selected area by 1:40 and stay the entire time. • Cannot meet with teachers other than those teachers who are assigned to one of the four previous mentioned areas. • School Rules still apply

  12. Advisory on PDS Days • 7 Wednesday’s are designated as Advisory time • Students in 9 through 11th grades will meet with their advisor during the following: TODAY and the below dates: • Sep 17 Nov 12 Dec 10 • Jan 14 Feb 11 Apr 22 • Advisory is the 8th hour on your schedule. Today’s topic will be the summer reading assignment • Check your Lindbergh email account for an email from Mrs. Madrid with your Advisory teacher and room number/location • OR.. Check the list posted on the bulletin boards across from the 12th grade office for your advisor and room/location

  13. Alcohol & Drug Incident Consequences • Minimum 60 days of Suspension from class attendance (potential expulsion) • Cannot participate in any sport, club or other school activity • Cannot attend any school function, including home and away events • Cannot be present on any district property (trespassing) • Referral to authorities for criminal prosecution

  14. Electronic CigarettesE-Cigs • Possession and or use is an infraction • You will be suspended

  15. Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying • Degrading words and/or actions which fail to respect another person’s dignity • Comments about age, sex, race, religion, ethnicity and appearance • Sexual name-calling, gestures, jokes, slurs and spreading of rumors • Includes electronic forms of harassment

  16. Face book Twitter & ALL OTHER Social Sites

  17. High School Internet Access • Bring your own device • Security

  18. Tardiness Detentions No Credits (NC)

  19. Coach Heumann or Coach “H” Academic Monitor

  20. Counselor for Class of 2017 Dr. Jon Riethmeier

  21. 1 counselor : 500+ students • Oversee the entire Sophomore Class. • Please seek me out (problems, questions, suggestions). • Philosophy: “Student Advocate” – discuss any type of issue/concern; family, friends, classes, teachers, etc. • If I am not available: Great team of counselors (fully qualified) plus a crisis intervention counselor & a college/career counselor.

  22. Meeting with Counselor • How to make an appointment… • Schedule through Mrs. Vanausdoll , Guidance Office Secretary • Try to schedule appointments during learning lab • Email me directly

  23. Dropping Honors Courses • Speak with your teacher(s) first • Must use purple sheet • Cannot drop until September 12th, (One month into the year)

  24. A+ Program = Free tuition to any Missouri Community College • Tutoring Hours – 50 (Can begin this year as a sophomore) schedule with Mrs. Koller, 9th Grade office, (300 bldg.) • GPA – 2.5 or better (non-weighted) • Attendance – 95% or better • Must score advanced or proficient on Algebra 1 End Of Course (EOC) • Good Citizenship – No long-term suspension • Contacts: Ms. Debbie Koller Ext 1641 and Mr. Ryan Sherp, Ext 1640

  25. Athletes • Pass 6 of 7 classes for LHS eligibility (STUCO does not count) • College eligibility – NCAA Division 1 or 2 • May not take Geometry • Must be in Geometry-College Prep or Geometry Honors • See me if there is an issue

  26. Academic Help??? • Academic concerns • communicate directly with teacher • After school Instruction (ASI) • Math = Monday, Tuesday and Thursday - Room152 • AND Tuesday Morning 6:45 – 7:15 Room 152 • Social Studies = Tuesday - Room 30 • English = Tuesday and Thursday - Room 54 • Science = Monday Room 211 andThursday Room 203 & 206 • Modern Language =Tuesday • Check with your ML teacher for room assignment

  27. Upcoming Classroom Presentations • ASPIRE • PSAT • Missouri Connections

  28. Our goals for students… • Be successful. • Get the best grades possible. • Complete all homework assignments. • Study, study, study. • Communicate with the LHS support staff; Teachers, Mr. Luebbert, Dr. Riethmeier • GET INVOLVED!! Clubs, sports and or school activities

  29. Success = Communication • Students should advocate for themselves. • Communicate with your teachers . • When your teachers are informed – they are able to give more support and guidance. • Grades are crucial in planning your future. • Poor grades now can impact college admissions when you are a senior

  30. Student Information System (SIS) PORTAL • Contact: Kathy Bowden (kbowden@lindberghschools.ws) • Or ext. 1601 for password and to set up email account • Log – in user ID and Password • Managing the site • Typical selections for parents

  31. How do you stay out of the office? • NO Bus issues! • Leave valuables at home or Lock them up! AND do not leave them unattended! • Do not Park on Campus • Be Respectful and Trustworthy

  32. Lunch Expectations • Assigned areas • Throw your trash away – everyday!!! • Keep a positive lunch account balance

  33. A Tradition of excellence…. • Class of 2017-Keep the tradition going… • End of Course Exam • English 2 • Algebra 1B • Government • Biology 1B Expectations as a Sophomore

  34. Contacts for Sophomores Mrs. Noel Madrid, 10th Grade Secretary • Phone: 314-729-2400, Ext 1621 • Email: noelmadrid@lindberghschools.ws Dr. Jon Riethmeier, Counselor • Phone: 314-729-2400, Ext 1709 • Email: jriethmeier@lindberghschools.ws Mr. Keith Luebbert, 10th Grade Principal • Phone: 314-729-2400, Ext 1620 • Email: kluebbert@lindberghschools.ws Fax: 314-729-2412

  35. Class of 2017SOPHOMORE Officers • Anni Dineen – President • Nick Wiley – Vice President • Josie Korenak – Secretary • Kia Sewell - Treasurer