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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6Sxv-sUYtM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=450p7goxZqg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyDUC1LUXSU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO7f-UvlObM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHnA94-hTC8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3ZLbtWEQ54 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjdF7VJSc6U

  2. 2014-2015 School Year Woodrow Wilson High School Orientation Assembly Monday, August 25, 2014

  3. Presentation of Colors Our National Anthem http://vimeo.com/24402747 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZiTPmD1RR0 At 14:30

  4. Welcome Back Video

  5. Welcome back to school!

  6. Outcomes • By the end of this orientation sessions, scholars will have: • Been welcomed back to the start of the 2014-2015 school year • Reviewed the objectives for this orientation session • Received information on the plans and initiatives of our Student Government Association

  7. Outcomes • By the end of this orientation sessions, scholars will have: • Heard a presentation on the State of Our School, the data from the 2013-2014 school year, and the initiatives and priorities for 2014-2015 • Heard and understood our policy and/or procedures for schedule corrections • Heard the policy and procedures for attendance • Heard a message from Principal Cahall on the vision for our school year

  8. This year, the Student Government Association (SGA) is going to: -Make recycling and composting a priority -Host an awesome Homecoming Dance, Winter Mixer, and Spring Dance -Play music in the atrium Friday mornings -Help w/ Pride Day on June 3rd -Write an article in the Beacon once a month -Advocate for YOUR ideas w/ the help of 2nd period reps *FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @WILSONSGA TO STAY UP-TO-DATE W/ OUR LATEST NEWS!

  9. How to contact us: Jennifer Li: Student Body President Sarah Marion: Senior Class President Margaret Kellogg: Senior Class Vice President Stop us in the hallway if you have any concerns or suggestions, or send us an email at wilsonstudentgov@gmail.com.

  10. HOMECOMING!!!!! Saturday, Oct. 25: -Game: WILSON v. HD Woodson -Dance: 7:30-11:30 pm -Theme: Glow in the Dark

  11. Did you know that according to last year’s waste audit, 75% of the waste Wilson produces is eitherrecyclable orcompostable?Ain’t that cool?Let’s put our trash in the right bins and do our part to protect our environment.

  12. In classrooms & offices, you can ONLY RECYCLE CLEAN PAPER PRODUCTS. Everything else goes in the black trash bins. Okay to recycle in the BLUE bins: • paper w/ scotch tape or staples • colored paper • post-its • paper w/ pen/pencil/ink markings • crumpled paper • cardboard

  13. In the cafeteria & atrium, we will compost AND recycle! We need volunteersto help monitor the bins and educate students on the new program. If you’re interested and want community service hours, please tell us!

  14. In hallways, teacher breakrooms, and common areas like Room 416, we will recycle clean paper products and empty containers (plastic, tin, glass) in separate BLUE bins.

  15. Do you have ideas on how to make Wilson better? Do you want community service hours? If so... BE A SECOND PERIOD REPRESENTATIVE! Second period reps meet w/ the entire SGA once a month to discuss issues and suggestions voiced by their peers. Every meeting you attend = one service hour. If you help set-up for dances, you’ll receive additional hours AND free admission *Students of each 2nd pd class will choose one rep by Friday, Sept. 12th

  16. Do you have ideas on how to make Wilson better? Do you want community service hours? If so... BE A SECOND PERIOD REPRESENTATIVE! Second period reps meet w/ the entire SGA once a month to discuss issues and suggestions voiced by their peers. Every meeting you attend = one service hour. If you help set-up for dances, you’ll receive additional hours AND free admission *Students of each 2nd periodclass will choose one rep by Friday, Sept. 12th

  17. Seniors: Get *free* tickets to a Nationals baseball game against the the Atlanta Braves on September 8 @ 7 pm! Just text or Facebook message Jennifer Li with your name & the number of tickets you want (max 5 per person). There are only 80 free tickets left, so reserve yours ASAP.

  18. Are you a freshman interested in joining SGA? You can get 60+ community service hours each year for your hard work w/ SGA! We will host an interest meeting on Wednesday, September 3 in room 309 during STEP aka lunch. There are four positions available: Class President, Class VP, Trea$urer, and Secretary. We would love to have you join the team!! (P.S. The perks are great.)

  19. Mr. Cahall has officially declared the first Friday of every month as College Day. Wear your college gear to school and help us create an environment where students are encouraged to pursue higher education and realize their full potential. As always, if you have questions regarding the college process, drop by Room 108A (College and Career Center).

  20. This year you might have a different counselor than you did last year, but don’t worry; your previous counselor will be more than happy to write your college recommendationif you prefer. Please make a point of getting to know your counselor and showing your appreciation for all their hard work! 

  21. If you’re a junior or senior who had a 3.0+ GPA last advisory, or increased their GPA by 0.5, don’t forget to turn in your off-campus lunch app by August 29! If you didn’t receive an application in the summer mailing, the form is available in the main office, as well as on the school website: wilsonhs.org In: About/School Information/Policies and Procedures

  22. Just as a friendly reminder, the Pool Entrance will be open to only juniors and seniors from 8:00 to 8:45amevery morning.

  23. kthnxbai weloveyou<3 pceout #stayratchet no more chicken bones in toilets plz wilsonstudentgov@gmail.com

  24. SGA Officers Introduce Principal Cahall Challenge Video

  25. 2014-2015 School Year Woodrow Wilson High School The State of Our School

  26. Four Goal Areas • A School Community of Acceptance and Tolerance • Standardized Testing • Graduation • First Time Ninth Grade Promotion • Stakeholder Satisfaction

  27. Standardized Testing • A School Community of Acceptance and Tolerance

  28. DC CAS Proficiency Results Goal Reading 67% Goal Math 66%

  29. DC CAS Reading Goal 30% Advanced

  30. DC CAS Math Goal 25% Advanced

  31. DC CAS Proficiency

  32. Advanced Placement Participation Goal - 37%

  33. Advanced Placement Performance Goal – 47%

  34. SAT Data Goal – 1020

  35. Goals for 2014-2015 School Year • PARCC Math–Baseline Year (New Assessment) • PARCC Reading– Baseline Year (New Assessment) • PARCC Math Advanced- Baseline Year (New Assessment) • PARCC Reading- Baseline Year (New Assessment) • SAT–Increase the average score by 70 points (1047) in verbal and math • Advanced Placement (Participation)–38% of scholars enrolled in an advanced placement course • Advanced Placement (Performance)-48% of scholars will earn a 3 or better on the Advanced Placement test

  36. Standardized Testing

  37. What is the PARCC test? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZbd7qEG3Ns

  38. PARCC stands for the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers

  39. PARCC • The DCCAS is DEAD…no more! • Computer based assessment that measures students knowledge of the CCSS • Two Parts Performance and Multiple Choice • Reading • English I • English II • Math • Algebra I • Geometry

  40. Scholastic Aptitude Test • SAT Prep Course • Word of the Day • SAT Problem of the Day • October Administration for Seniors • February Administration for Juniors

  41. Advanced Placement • Summer Institute Training • National Math and Science Initiative • 20 Additional Hours of Instruction • Incentives for Scholars and Teachers • Additional Resources and Materials • Focused Professional Development

  42. Graduation Rate • A School Community of Acceptance and Tolerance

  43. Graduation Rate

  44. Honor Roll (3.0 or Higher) (Goal 42%)

  45. Goals for 2014-2015 School Year • Graduation–80% graduation rate • Honor Roll–43% earning honor roll status per advisory

  46. Graduation • Interventions • 9th grade interventions and monitoring • Credit Recovery/Summer School • Mentoring • Remediation • Student Support Team (SST) • Create Action Plans When a Scholar Fails a Course • Community Service Hours

  47. Graduation • Planning Beyond Graduation • Every senior to take the SAT • Every senior to apply to a college • Communicate scholarship information • Every senior maintain a 2.0 or better GPA

  48. First Time Ninth Grade Promotion • A School Community of Acceptance and Tolerance

  49. First Time Ninth Grade Promotion RateGoal 84%

  50. Class Performance (2.0 or Higher) (Goal 75%)