Parents and HB5. Information to share with parents on House Bill 5 and a Foundation diploma. Red text are items you need to add. Blue text are areas you delete If they are not offerings in your district. What is a House Bill 5 diploma?.
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Information to share with parents on House Bill 5 and a Foundation diploma
Red text are items you need to add
Blue text are areas you delete
If they are not offerings in your district
* Note that the English tests are one day Reading and Writing combined tests.
Electives – 5 credits
Basics – 17 credits
Core subject areas credits and LOTE not used for Basic requirements
Other Fine Arts/Health/PE credits
CTE, Technology Applications, and Career Development
Some may overlap for Endorsement requirements
ELA/R - 4
Social Studies - 3
U.S. History, Government and Economics required
A choice between World Geography and World History must be made
The combo World Geo/World History class will be developed
Science - 3
Math - 3
Algebra I and Geometry required
There are two lists of additional credit possibilities your counselor will work through with you and your child
Prerequisites affect the order of courses
For the next few slides, consider what your district offers and how students will be supported in their efforts to achieve the Acknowledgements
Consider what you have available for courses, tutorials, tests given on campus
Also, how can parents found out when these are offered?
The type of Endorsements and Performance Acknowledgements your child earns will be written on their:
Remember a transcript is like a resume!