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Welcome to Campus High School

Welcome to Campus High School

Campus High School Principal Mr. Regier

Campus High School Principal Mr. Regier

Our Vision for Campus (what can we be? ) 1. Graduation rate of 93%

Our Vision for Campus (what can we be? ) 1. Graduation rate of 93% by 2017. 2. Make AMO (annual measurable objectives) in reading, writing and math 3. Average score of 23 on ACT. 4. Provide a safe, nurturing environment for our students.

Education at Campus …… • Reading • Writing • Math • (the 3 R’s)

Education at Campus …… • Reading • Writing • Math • (the 3 R’s)

CHS Graduation Rate

CHS Graduation Rate

CHS Reading Scores 100 90 80 70 % Proficient 60 50 40 30 20

CHS Reading Scores 100 90 80 70 % Proficient 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 scores 2005 56. 9 2006 76. 7 2007 70. 1 2008 77. 6 2009 81. 8 2010 86. 3 Year and Score 2011 93 2012 93. 8 2013 93. 5

CHS Math Scores

CHS Math Scores

CHS Violent Acts

CHS Violent Acts

CHS Advanced Placement

CHS Advanced Placement

Class of 2018 Freshman Counselor Jeff Michael

Class of 2018 Freshman Counselor Jeff Michael

Enrollment Timeline Ø February 11 th and 12 th Pre-Enrollment Campus High School by

Enrollment Timeline Ø February 11 th and 12 th Pre-Enrollment Campus High School by appointment or Walk-ins Wed. 5 -8 pm Thur. 8 -12, 1 -4, 5 -8 ØJuly- Postcard received Go on line see classes and finish enrollment. ØAugust-Go to Campus and have ID picture taken Ø August New Student Orientation:

Transition from Middle School to Campus High School Transition years are difficult due to

Transition from Middle School to Campus High School Transition years are difficult due to differences between schools. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Grading Differences. Level of expectation changes. Schools schedule changes. Policy & Procedural changes. School environment changes.

Ø CHS grades continue from the 1 st day of school to the end

Ø CHS grades continue from the 1 st day of school to the end of the semester. The final grade determines credit in the course. Ø Progress reports are done every 9 weeks

Ø CHS every class counts toward graduation requirements.

Ø CHS every class counts toward graduation requirements.

Ø Longer, more detailed assignments. Ø More assignments & projects to be completed at

Ø Longer, more detailed assignments. Ø More assignments & projects to be completed at home. Ø Unit Tests and Final Exams count as a greater percentage of the course grade.

Schedule: Ø CHS Students are on a Block Schedule with 4 – 80 minute

Schedule: Ø CHS Students are on a Block Schedule with 4 – 80 minute classes on alternating days. Day 1 2 3 4 5 Black Science Room: F 07 1(B) World Studies t Room: B 02 2(B) Boys Pe Room: GYM 2 3(B) Child Development Room: E 08 4(B) Seminar 1 Room: F 10 5(B-W) White Algebra I Room: C 13 1(W) Intro to Art Room: H 01 2(W) Weight Training. WT ROOM 3(W) 9 English Room: D 07 4(W) Seminar 1 Room: F 10 5(B-W)

Regular Day Alternating Black & White 1 st Block 7: 50 -9: 12 2

Regular Day Alternating Black & White 1 st Block 7: 50 -9: 12 2 nd Block 9: 18 -10: 42 3 rd Block 10: 48 -12: 49 4 th Block 12: 55 -2: 17 5 th: Seminar 2: 23 -3: 05

Lunch 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th Start 10: 42

Lunch 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th Start 10: 42 11: 07 11: 32 11: 57 12: 23 Return 11: 07 11: 31 11: 57 12: 23 12: 49 Tardy 11: 10 11: 35 12: 00 11: 25 12: 55

Advisory / Seminar Period 5 th block Ø Work on assignments, get help from

Advisory / Seminar Period 5 th block Ø Work on assignments, get help from teachers, make up tests, labs, etc. Ø Club meetings, school assemblies, etc.

Graduation Requirements 4 English (Includes ½ Credit of Speech) 3 Mathematics 3 Science 3

Graduation Requirements 4 English (Includes ½ Credit of Speech) 3 Mathematics 3 Science 3 Social Studies 1 Physical Education 1 Fine Arts 12 Electives 27 Total Credits

Number of Credits Required for Grade Level Classification ØFreshman ØSophomore ØJunior ØSenior <6 6+

Number of Credits Required for Grade Level Classification ØFreshman ØSophomore ØJunior ØSenior <6 6+ 13 + 20 +

 • Each Check Mark = one semester (half a year)

• Each Check Mark = one semester (half a year)

Enrollment Form REQUIRED COURSES (Check both Fall & Spring) • 9 English / 9

Enrollment Form REQUIRED COURSES (Check both Fall & Spring) • 9 English / 9 Honors English* • World Studies/Pre-AP World Studies (one check) • Mathematics (select both semesters) Ø Algebra I Ø Geometry q Science (select both semesters) Ø Integrated Science Ø Biology Ø Honors Biology* q PE (select both semesters)

Enrollment Form • Electives ØFull Year Electives ØSemester Electives • Alternates (select 4 total)

Enrollment Form • Electives ØFull Year Electives ØSemester Electives • Alternates (select 4 total) Mark with an “A”

Fine Arts • Required by the State can take any time in the next

Fine Arts • Required by the State can take any time in the next 4 years One credit of Fine Arts Intro to Art Drawing 1 Into Theatre Band Choir Orchestra Forensics Ceramics Jazz Humanities Art Glass & Woods All Semester classes ½ Credit

Curriculum Guide Campus Web site www. usd 261. com/pdffiles/Curriculum_Guide All classes listed with their

Curriculum Guide Campus Web site www. usd 261. com/pdffiles/Curriculum_Guide All classes listed with their Prerequisite. Page 3 – Graduation requirements.

A. V. I. D. Advancement Via Individual Determination Casey Meier

A. V. I. D. Advancement Via Individual Determination Casey Meier

I. B. International Baccalaureate Joe Sailors

I. B. International Baccalaureate Joe Sailors

Failure is Not an Option ØIn most cases, students fail classes due to missing

Failure is Not an Option ØIn most cases, students fail classes due to missing assignments rather than not understanding content.

Help is Available Ø Most teachers are available before or after school with prior

Help is Available Ø Most teachers are available before or after school with prior arrangement Ø Seminar Ø Campus High School Tutoring Program

Campus High Tutoring Program Ø Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Ø 3: 05 to 4:

Campus High Tutoring Program Ø Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Ø 3: 05 to 4: 00 in room C-16 Ø Prior arrangements not required Ø Help available in all core subjects (Math, Science, English & Social Studies) Ø Generally at least 3 teachers

When Concerns Arise Ø Talk with your student Ø Contact the teacher Ø Contact

When Concerns Arise Ø Talk with your student Ø Contact the teacher Ø Contact Counselor / Administrator Ø Policies & Procedures – Student Handbook – Campus Web site www. usd 261. com/campus

Athletics & Activities Eligibility Mr. Elliott- CHS Assistant Principal & Athletic Director Ø Participation

Athletics & Activities Eligibility Mr. Elliott- CHS Assistant Principal & Athletic Director Ø Participation in activities & athletics correlates with increased grades & attendance. Ø KSHSAA Eligibility Requirement: must pass 5 classes previous semester to participate. Ø Eligibility this fall is dependent upon grades last semester of 8 th grade. Ø Athletics & Activities ( Band, Choir, Debate )

Campus Administrative Team Ø Myron Regier - Principal Ø Joe Sailors- Assistant Principal Ø

Campus Administrative Team Ø Myron Regier - Principal Ø Joe Sailors- Assistant Principal Ø Tracy Repp- Assistant Principal Ø Glenda Cowell - Assistant Principal Ø Richard Elliott - Assistant Principal Ø Contact Information - 554 -2236

Campus Counseling Department Mardy Moree - Senior Counselor Walter Zemanick - Junior Counselor Todd

Campus Counseling Department Mardy Moree - Senior Counselor Walter Zemanick - Junior Counselor Todd Hook - Sophomore Counselor Jeff Michael - Freshman Counselor Sheri Tucker - Registrar Pam Burkett - Secretary Contact Info 554 -2240

Campus Counseling Department Mardy Moree - Senior Counselor Walter Zemanick - Junior Counselor Todd

Campus Counseling Department Mardy Moree - Senior Counselor Walter Zemanick - Junior Counselor Todd Hook - Sophomore Counselor Jeff Michael - Freshman Counselor Sheri Tucker- Registrar Pam Burkett- Secretary Contact Info 554 -2240

Campus Counseling Department Services Available Ø Academic Planning & Counseling Ø Career Development Counseling

Campus Counseling Department Services Available Ø Academic Planning & Counseling Ø Career Development Counseling Ø Personal & Social Counseling Ø Testing ( EXPLORE, PLAN, PSAT, ACT ) Ø College Information Ø Scholarship/ Financial Aid Applications

Campus Counseling Department Contact: Jeff Michael Freshman Counselor 554 -2240 email: jmichael@usd 261. com

Campus Counseling Department Contact: Jeff Michael Freshman Counselor 554 -2240 email: [email protected] 261. com

Questions?

Questions?