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					PROGRAM OF STUDIES
       Career Planner




Northeast Vernon County R-I High School
         216 E. Leslie Avenue
        Walker Missouri 64790
            417/465-2221
        www.nevcknights.org

              2012 - 2013
PURPOSE OF THE CAREER PATHWAY GUIDE:                             HOW CAN CAREER PATHS HELP ME?
The first section of this booklet has been designed to           Deciding on a career path can help you prepare for
help students, with the assistance of adult family               your future. The intent is not for you to decide on a
members and other knowledgeable adults, make an                  specific occupation for the rest of your life, but to
initial career path decision and then select appropriate         select a career path in which you can begin directing
school courses to prepare for that path.                         your energies. Identifying a career path can help you
                                                                 in selecting courses, activities and part-time
                                                                 employment.        It can also help guide your
BENEFITS OF CAREER PATHS FOR STUDENTS:                           participation in workplace readiness programs like
1.      Career paths provide a plan for all students,            school-to-work, internships or cooperative education.
        regardless of their interests, abilities, talents,
        or desired levels of education. All paths have
        equal dignity.                                           WHAT IF I CHANGE MY MIND?
2.      Career paths provide all students will areas of          A career path choice is not a permanent commitment.
        focus, along with flexibility and a variety of           As you have new experiences, you will learn new
        ideas to pursue as they make decisions                   things about yourself and may change paths. If you
        regarding course selection.                              decide on a new career path, you should discuss it
3.      Career paths allow students to see relevance             with your counselor and adjust your future course
        in their selected school courses. Thus,                  selections in accordance with your new career
        students are more apt to do better in school.            direction.
4.      Career paths help parents and other adults
        provide better assistance to students as they
        discuss careers and select courses.                      HOW DO I DECIDE WHICH CAREER BEST FITS
                                                                 ME?
                                                                 This portion of the publication is designed to guide
WHAT ARE CAREER PATHS?                                           you as you make a career path decision by helping
Career paths are clusters of occupations/careers that            you to:
are grouped because many of the people in them                   1.      Identify your interests, abilities and talents.
share similar interests and strengths. All paths                 2.      Consider the possible careers in each path in
include a variety of occupations that require different                  relationship to your interests, abilities and
levels of education and training. Selecting a career                     talents.
path provides you with an area of focus, along with              3.      Decide which career path seems to fit you
flexibility and a variety of ideas to pursue.                            best.
                                                                 4.      Select courses related to that path.

WHAT CAREER PATHS ARE AVAILABLE?
Arts & Communications                                            HOW CAN PARENTS AND OTHERS HELP?
Business Management & Technology                                 1.      Help your students identify interests, abilities
Health Services                                                          and talents by discussing the strengths that
Human Services                                                           you see in him or her.
Industrial & Engineering Technology                              2.      Share information with him or her about
Natural Resources/Agriculture                                            careers and your work experiences.
                                                                 3.      Arrange for your student to talk with people
                                                                         you know about careers that are of interests
ARE CAREER PATHS DESIGNED FOR ME?                                        to him or her.
Career paths are designed for all students. By
selecting a career path, you can prepare for the future,
regardless of your interests, talents or desired level of
education. All paths have equal dignity.




                                                             2
                                 Self Inventory (for the student)

List courses in school that you have done well in and/or enjoyed:




List work experiences (paid or unpaid) that you have found interesting and enjoyable:




List special achievements, awards or certificates you have received:




List your special interests, talents or hobbies:




List clubs and organizations that you have enjoyed:




Personal strengths/attributes: Check five words below that best describe you.

      Practical                                  Cautious                       Patient
      Independent                                Creative                       Responsible
      Ambitious                                  Innovative                     Confident
      Analytical                                 Courageous                     Adventurous
      Scientific                                 Dramatic                       Well Organized
      Observant                                  Friendly                       Accurate
      Precise                                    Helpful                        Conscientious
      Scholarly                                  Outgoing                       Thrifty
                                                  Understanding




                                                         3
   Career Paths Survey
   Keep in mind the information you just gained from the Self Inventory. Read each of the following descriptions.
   Rank them 1 to 6 (1 being best) in the order that best describes you. Use each number only once.

   A. Are you a creative thinker? Are you imaginative, innovative and original?           _____________
      Do you like to communicate ideas?


   B. Do you enjoy being a leader, organizing people, planning activities for     _____________
      others and talking with people? Do you like to work with numbers or ideas? Do you enjoy
      carrying through with an idea and seeing the end product? Do you like to know what is expected
      of you and like things around you to be neat and orderly?


   C. Do you like to care for people or animals who are sick or help them stay _____________
      well? Are you interested in new diseases and in how the body works? Do you enjoy observing
      patients and looking for changes in how they are doing?


   D. Are you friendly, open, outgoing, understanding and cooperative? Do you _____________
      like to work with people to help solve problems? Is it important to you to do something that
      makes things better for people?


   E. Are you mechanically inclined and practical? Do you like to use your hands ____________
      and build things? Are you curious about how things work?


   F. Are you a nature lover? Are you practical, curious about the physical       _____________
      world and interested in plants and animals? Do you like to be physically active? Do you like to
      observe, learn, and investigate to solve problems?


Key to Survey:
       A = Arts & Communications
       B = Business, Management & Technology
       C = Health Services
       D = Human Services
       E = Industrial & Engineering
       F = Natural Resources/Agriculture


 Discuss this information with adults in your family and with other interested adults. Ask them to share
 what they see as your strengths and talents. It is also helpful to ask them to talk about information they
   may have about careers and the world of work. Your counselor will be glad to help you compare
               information from other interest inventories with the career path categories.




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                           CAREER PATHS DESCRIPTIONS
Career paths are groups of occupations that require different levels of education and training. People
working in a career path typically share interests, abilities, and talents. Career paths help you identify a
career focus with being locked into a specific occupation.



                                      ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS
                                      Occupations in this path are related to humanities and performing,
                                      visual, literary and media arts. These include:
                                      Architecture: graphic, interior and fashion design.
                                      Writing: film, fine arts, journalism, languages, media, advertising,
                                      and public relations.


                                      BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, & TECHNOLOGY
                                      Occupations in this path are related to the business environment.
                                      These include entrepreneurship, sales, marketing,
                                      computer/information systems, finance, accounting, personnel,
                                      economics and management.



                                      HEALTH SERVICES
                                      Occupations in this path are related to the promotion of health and
                                      treatment of disease. These include research, prevention, treatment
                                      and related health technologies.


                                      HUMAN SERVICES
                                      Occupations in this path are related to economic, political, and
                                      social systems. These include education, government, law and law
                                      enforcement, leisure and recreation, military, religion, child care,
                                      social services, and personal services.


                                      INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
                                      Occupations in this path are related to technologies necessary to
                                      design, develop, install and maintain physical systems. These
                                      include engineering, manufacturing, construction, service and
                                      related technologies.


                                      NATURAL RESOURCES/AGRICULTURE
                                      Occupations in this path are related to agriculture, the environment
                                      and natural resources. These include agriculture sciences, earth
                                      sciences, environmental sciences, fisheries, forestry, horticulture and
                                      wildlife.
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                      ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS
Are you a creative thinker?
Are you imaginative, innovative and original?
Do you like to communicate ideas?

                                       Actor/Director/Producer
                                       Dancer/Choreographer
COMMUNICATIONS                         Model
OCCUPATIONS                            Musician
     Interpreter/Tran
       slator
     Public
       Relations
       Specialist
     Radio/Televisio
       n
       Announcer/Ne
       wscaster
     Reporter/Corre
       spondent
     Technical
       Writer
     Writer/Editor



                              VISUAL ARTS OCCUPATIONS
                                    Fashion Designer
                                    Floral Designer/Florist
                                    Graphic Artist
                                    Graphic Designer
                                    Industrial Designer
                                    Interior Designer
                                    Merchandise Display Worker
                                    Motion Picture Camera Operator
                                    Photographer/Camera Operator
                                    Set Designer
                                    Sign Painter and Letterer
PERFORMING ARTS                     Visual Artist
OCCUPATIONS


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       BUSINESS MANAGEMENT &TECHNOLOGY
Do you enjoy being a leader?
Organizing people?
Planning activities for others?
Do you like to work with numbers or ideas?
Do you enjoy carrying through with an idea?
Do you anticipate what is expected?
Are you neat and orderly?
                THIS MAY BE THE CAREER PATH FOR YOU!

EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE &         COMPUTER, MATHEMATICAL &
MANAGERIAL OCCUPATIONS              OPERATIONS RESEARCH
   Account/Auditor                 OCCUPATIONS
   Construction                       Computer Systems Analyst
    Contractor/Manager                 Mathematician
   Education Administrator            Statistician
   Health Services
    Manager/Administrator           ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
   Hotel Manager/Assistant         OCCUPATIONS
   Personnel/Training/Labor           Adjuster/Investigator/
    Relations                             Collections Worker
   Specialist/Manager                 Bank Tellers
   Property & Real Estate             Bookkeeping/Accounting/
    Manager                             Auditing Clerk
   Restaurant & Food Service          Computer Operator
    Manager                            Court Clerk
   Retail Sales Manager               Court Reporter
                                       Dispatcher
MARKETING & SALES                      File Clerk
OCCUPATIONS                            General Office Clerk
   Cashier                            Postal Clerk/Mail Carrier
   Insurance Agent/Broker             Receptionist
   Real Estate                        Records Clerk
    Agent/Broker/Appraiser             Secretary
   Retail Sales Worker                Teacher Aide
   Stockbroker/Securities &           Typist/Work Processor/Data
    Financial Services Sales            Entry Operator
    Representative
   Travel Agent


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                              HEALTH SERVICES
Do you like to care for people and animals?
Are you interested in new diseases?
Do you want to know how the body works?
Do you enjoy observing patients and how they are doing?

                 THIS MAY BE THE CAREER PATH FOR YOU!


HEALTH ASSESSMENT &
TREATING OCCUPATIONS
   Activities Therapist
   Dietician/Nutritionist                    HEALTH TECHNOLOGISTS &
   Occupational Therapist                    TECHNICIANS
   Pharmacist                                     Clinical Laboratory
   Physical Therapist                               Technologist or Technician
   Recreational Therapist                         Dental Hygienist
   Registered Nurse                               Dialysis Technician
   Respiratory Therapist                          EEG Technologist
   Speech/Language                                EKG Technician
    Pathologist/Audiologist                        Licensed Practical Nurse
                                                   Medical Records Technician
HEALTH SERVICES OCCUPATION                         Nuclear Medicine Technologist
   Dental Assistant                               Optician
   Medical Assistant                              Radiologic Technologist
   Nursing and Psychiatric Aide                   Surgical Technologist
                                                   Ultrasound Technologist or
HEALTH DIAGNOSING PRACTITIONERS                      Sonographer
   Chiropractor
   Dentist
   Optometrist
   Physician
   Podiatrist
   Veterinarian




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                             HUMAN SERVICES
Are you friendly, outgoing, understanding?
Do you like to work with people to solve problems?
Is it important to you to make things better?
Do you cooperate well with others?


PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS                   Lawyer/Judge
   Correction Officer                            Paralegal
   Firefighter
   Guard                                      RELIGIOUS OCCUPATIONS
   Police Officer                                Minister/Rabbi/Priest
   Detective                                     Religious Worker
   Special Agent
                                               PERSONAL, BUILDING & GROUNDS
FOOD & BEVERAGE PREPARATION &                  SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
SERVICE OCCUPATIONS                               Animal Caretaker
   Chef/Cook                                     Barber/Cosmetologist
   Foods/Beverage Service Personnel              Child Care Worker
                                                  Flight Attendant
SOCIAL SCIENTISTS & URBAN PLANNERS                Gardener/Groundskeeper
   Economist & Marketing                         Home Health Aide
   Research Analyst                              Janitor/Custodian
   Psychologist                                  Preschool Worker
   Sociologist

SOCIAL & RECREATION OCCUPATIONS
   Human Services Worker
   Social Worker
   Recreation Worker

TRANSPORTATION & MATERIAL
MOVING OCCUPATIONS
   Bus Driver
   Rail Transportation Worker
   Truck Driver


LEGAL OCCUPATIONS
   Court Administrator
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         INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Are you mechanically inclined and practical?
Do you like to use your hands or build things?
Are you curious about how things work?

                THIS MAY BE THE CAREER PATH FOR YOU!
ENGINEERS                              TECHNOLOGISTS (EXCEPT HEALTH)
      Aerospace Engineer                   Aircraft Pilot
      Chemical Engineer                    Air Traffic Controller
      Civil Engineer                       Broadcast Technician
      Electrical/Electronics Engineer      Computer Programmer
      Industrial Engineer                  Drafter
      Mechanical Engineer                  Engineering Technician
      Nuclear Engineer
      Petroleum Engineer              CONSTRUCTION TRADES OCCUPATIONS
                                            Bricklayer
ARCHITECTS & SURVEYORS                      Carpenter
      Architect                            Carpet Installer
      Landscape Architect                  Drywall Worker
      Surveyor                             Electrician
                                            Glazier
MECHANICS, INSTALLERS & REPAIRERS           Insulation Worker
      Aircraft Mechanic                    Painter/Paperhanger
      Automotive/Automobile Body           Plasterer
       Repairer                             Roofer
      Automotive Mechanic                  Sheet-Metal Worker
      Diesel Mechanic
      Electronic Equipment Repairer   METALWORKING & PLASTICS WORKING
      Heating & Air Conditioning      OCCUPATIONS
       Repairer                             Boilermaker
      Home Appliance Repairer              Jeweler
      Line Installer & Cable Splicer       Machinist
                                            Tool & Die Maker
PLANT & SYSTEM OPERATORS                    Welder
      Power Generating Plant
       Operator
      Stationary Engineer
      Water Treatment Plant Operator


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         NATURAL RESOURCES/AGRICULTURE
Are you a nature lover?
Are you practical, curious about the physical world?
Are you interested in plants & animals?
Do you like to be physically active?
Do you like to observe, learn, investigate, problem solve?

             THIS MAY BE THE CAREER PATH FOR YOU!


LIFE SCIENTIST
    Agricultural Scientist
    Biological Scientist
    Forester/Conservationist



                                                AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY,
                                                FISHING & RELATED
                                                OCCUPATIONS
                                                    Agriculture Engineer
                                                    Cooperative Extension
                                                      Service Personnel
                                                    Farm Operator/Manager
                                                    Farm Worker
                                                    Fish/Game Specialist
                                                      (Warden)
                                                    Nursery




PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS
   Chemist
   Geologist/Geophysicist
   Meteorologist
   Physicist/Astronomer




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                  INTRODUCTION                                           GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
         Regardless of what you plan to do following                                CLASS OF 2013
high school graduation, it is becoming increasingly             Students must complete the following course
important that you plan your high school program                requirements:
carefully and with the utmost concern about what the            Communication Arts                             4 units
future may hold for you.                                        Math                                           3 units
         With our broadened curriculum at the high                  Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II
school level and increasingly rigid requirements in             Science                                        3 units
the educational and vocational areas following high                 Physical Science               required 9th grade
school, the responsibility of planning your high                    Biology                       required 10th grade
school program becomes very important and                           Biology II, Chem. or A&P required 11th grade
sometimes a complicated undertaking that must be                Social Studies                                 3 units
faced by you and your parents when making a final                   Civics                         required 9th grade
decision.                                                           World History                 required 10th grade
         We at the Jr. – Sr. High School level, wish to             United States History         required 11th grade
assist you as much as possible in making these plans            Physical Education                              1 unit
and hope that this guide will aid you and your parents              9th grade PE                             required
in resolving what the best course of study is in your           Health                                         ½ unit
particular case.                                                    9th grade Health                         required
                                                                Fine Arts                                       1 unit
        TO THE PARENTS AND STUDENTS                             Practical Arts (0.5 Must be Personal Finance) 1 unit
         The Northeast Vernon County School                     Computer Applications                           1 unit
District provides individual and group counseling               Core Elective                                   1 unit
services, as well as, classroom presentations on a              Electives                                   6 ½ units
variety of social and educational issues through                                     25 Units Total for Graduation
school counselors and social workers.           Some
individual students may be referred by teachers                 Pass the U.S. and Missouri Constitution Assessments
and/or other school personnel to the counseling                 Students may attend the Vocational Technical School
center.                                                         at Nevada during 11th and 12th grades if they have
         Information shared in a counseling                     enough credits to be inline for graduation. A junior
relationship is treated with the deepest respect in             must have 12 credits at the beginning of the junior
general, we are obligated to share information with             year to be able to go to Vo-Tech. Students with IEP’s
parents based upon counseling standards and ethics.             will follow their prescribed course work in order to
We must divulge information to protect students form            graduate. Students may take PE and/or Music for
harm, including abuse and neglect, as well as to warn           credit every year.
those whom the student may plan to harm. Our
counseling service is designed to help students with                   COLLEGE PREPARATORY STUDIES
questions or problems dealing with classes,
educational or occupational plans or perhaps a                      Students should take classes in high school that
personal problem.                                               will meet the freshmen admission requirements at the
                                                                college or university of their choice. These are the
           EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY                              suggested number of credits for a high school
        No person shall on the basis of race, color,            student planning to attend college:
national origin, creed, religion, sex, marital status,          Communication Arts                            4 units
age or disability, be subjected to discrimination under         Mathematics                                   4 units
any education program or in recruitment.                        Science                                       3 units
                                                                Social Studies                                3 units
              TITLE IX RESOLUTION                               Physical Education                             1 unit
         The Northeast Vernon County R-1 School                 Health                                        ½ unit
Board of Education resolves to comply with Federal              Fine Arts                                      1 unit
Title IX guidelines and on the basis of this resolution,        Practical Arts (0.5 Must be Personal Finance) 1 unit
is declaring that the Northeast Vernon County R-1               Computer Applications                          1 unit
District does not discriminate on the basis of sex.             Electives (3 specified core)               6 ½ units
                                                                                       25 Units Total for Graduation
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                                                                           GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
                                                                             CLASS OF 2015 AND BEYOND
Specified Core Electives: At least three units                    Students must complete the following course
selected from foreign language (2 units of one                    requirements:
foreign language are strongly recommended) and/or                 Communication Arts                             4 units
combinations from two or more of the following                    Math                                           3 units
areas: English, math, social studies, science, and fine               Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II
arts. A computer science course with a prerequisite               Science                                        3 units
of at least Algebra I is permissible as a math elective.              Physical Science               required 9th grade
State and/or international history courses are                        Biology                       required 10th grade
permissible as social studies electives.                              Biology II, Chem. or A&P required 11th grade
                                                                  Social Studies                                 3 units
For students who plan to attend a college or                          Civics                         required 9th grade
university, it is suggested that a student earn at least a            World History                 required 10th grade
3.0 GPA in the four subject areas, take electives in                  United States History         required 11th grade
the core academic areas including foreign language,               Physical Education                              1 unit
score above the national average on college entrance                  9th grade PE                             required
examinations such as the SAT or ACT, and maintain                 Health                                         ½ unit
a 9-12 attendance rate of at least 95 percent. Dual                   9th grade Health                         required
credit courses may be counted toward satisfying the               Fine Arts                                       1 unit
core curriculum requirements.                                     Practical Arts (0.5 Must be Personal Finance) 2 unit
                                                                  Computer Applications                           1 unit
Additional credits may be necessary for many college              Core Elective                                   2 unit
admission requirements.        Please consult your                Electives                                   7 ½ units
counselor for specifics concerning the college of your                                *28 Units Total for Graduation
choice.                                                           * The principal has the authority to waive a unit as
          GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS                                 necessary for individual circumstances. Students
                    CLASS OF 2014                                 enrolled at Nevada Regional Technical Center for
Students must complete the following course                       both their junior and senior year may graduate with
requirements:                                                     27 credits. Students completing 28 units of credit at
Communication Arts                             4 units            the end of their 7th semester may, upon approval of
Math                                           3 units            the Board of Education, be excused from the 8th
    Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II                               semester of attendance if they elect early entry into
Science                                        3 units            the Armed Forces, are entering the work-force, or are
    Physical Science               required 9th grade             experiencing some other life-changing event.
    Biology                       required 10th grade
    Biology II, Chem. or A&P required 11th grade                                   WEIGHTED CLASSES
Social Studies                                 3 units
    Civics                         required 9th grade             The following classes have been identified as
    World History                 required 10th grade             weighted classes based on rigor as established by
    United States History         required 11th grade             freshmen admission requirements for many Missouri
Physical Education                              1 unit            colleges and universities: Advanced Math, College
    9th grade PE                             required             Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, U.S. History 106,
Health                                         ½ unit             U.S. History 107, Spanish II, Business Technology
    9th grade Health                         required             II, Accounting II, English 101, English 102,
Fine Arts                                       1 unit            Chemistry, Physics, Theatre, Speech, Psychology,
Practical Arts (0.5 Must be Personal Finance) 1 unit              and Sociology.
Computer Applications                           1 unit
Core Elective                                   1 unit
Electives                                   7 ½ units
                     26 Units Total for Graduation




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              REGISTRATION PROCESS                           GRADE POINT EQUIVILENTS:
    In order to enroll students in an organized              A = 4.00     B- = 2.67   D+ = 1.33
    fashion, which will allow students to take as            A- = 3.67    C+ = 2.33   D = 1.00
    many courses as possible, we will use the                B+ = 3.30    C = 2.00    D- = 0.67
    following steps:                                         B = 3.00     C- = 1.67   F or NC = 0
    1. Advisement and pre-registration will be done
        in the spring.                                       WEIGHTED GRADE POINT EQUIVILENTS:
    2. Students will list the courses they would like        A = 5.00    B- = 3.67  D+ = 2.33
        to take, and they should include alternates.         A- = 4.67   C+ = .33   D = 2.00
    3. A master schedule will be built using                 B+ = 4.33   C = 3.00   D- = 1.67
        available information including teacher’s            B = 4.00    C- = 2.67  F or NC = 0
        assignments, class requests and availability
        of rooms.                                             WHICH ELECTIVE COURSES SHOULD I TAKE
    4. Student schedules will be fit to the master              As you use this guide, you should keep these
        schedule as closely as possible.                     considerations in mind:
    5. Class sizes will be adjusted.                            1. Notice that many courses are important to
                                                                     practically all occupations. If you plan
    HOW SHOULD YOU BEGIN SCHEDULING                                  wisely, you can change and modify your
    1.      First, you should check the graduation                   occupational objectives without losing the
            requirements, if you have not completed                  value of the courses you have already taken.
            the required courses; you should sign up            2. Select your courses in light of your chosen
            for them first.                                          career pathway.
     2.     What are your future plans – college,               3. Evaluate the courses you should take not
            vocational training, etc.? What courses                  only in relation to occupational objectives,
            will help you achieve your desired goals?                but also in relation to your interests, abilities,
     3.     You should also consider any special                     and past performance.
            interest you may have such as art, music,           4. Study the course descriptions carefully so
            etc.                                                     that you will fully understand what the
     You should select your courses carefully. (Once                 course is about and what will be expected of
you are enrolled in a class you selected, if may be                  you as a student.
difficult to change at a later date.)
     Seniors will have first opportunity to enroll in                        CAREER PATHWAYS
classes. Juniors, sophomores and freshmen will                   All students will be evaluated for career interests
follow in order. Classes will be closed when class           and employability skills to guide their selection of a
size reaches the maximum number determined for the           career pathway course of study for their four years of
classroom. Schedules may be adjusted in order to             high school. Students will choose from the following
balance courses that have more than one section.             career clusters.
                                                                 1. Arts & Communication – Occupations
          DEFINITION OF TERMS USED                                   related to the humanities & performing,
CREDIT:      the numerical reward received for                       visual and media arts.
completing the unit in a specified course.                       2. Business, Management & Technology –
ELECTIVE: a subject or course, which may be                          Occupations related to the business
chosen for study as distinguished from courses,                      environment.
which are required.                                              3. Health Services – Occupations related to the
PREREQUISITE: the preliminary requirement that                       promotion of health and the treatment of
must be met before a certain course can be taken.                    disease.
Thus, Algebra I must be successfully completed                   4. Human Resources – Occupations related to
before Algebra II can be taken.                                      economic, political and social systems.
GRADE POINT AVERAGE: this is the total                           5. Industrial & Engineering Technology –
accumulated academic grade point divided by the                      Technologies necessary to design develop,
number of academic courses attempted.                                install or maintain physical systems.
REQUIRED COURSE: any course required for                         6. Natural Resources Systems – Occupations
graduation.                                                          related to the environment and natural
                                                                     resources.
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    Each career pathway includes detailed course                    Students in grades 7 - 8 must be enrolled in a
requirements, suggested electives, and articulation            normal course load for he or she’s grade at the
agreements or more information can be obtained                 member school. Students must have been promoted
from your counselor.                                           to a higher grade prior to the first day of classes for
    The following courses require instructor and/or            the new school year. However, even though you may
school approval: Nevada Regional Technical Center              have been promoted, you will be ineligible if you
courses (application), Office Aid, Dual credit,                failed more than two courses the previous semester.
Supervised Work Programs, and Journalism.
    A parent/guardian’s signature on the student                COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL DUAL ENROLLMENT
schedule form confirms a student’s program for the                 Crowder College and Northeast Vernon County
next school year. Each form will be sent home for              Schools have instituted a program whereby qualified
the parental signature.                                        and highly motivated high school seniors can gain
                                                               advanced college credit while still in high school.
            PROGRAMMING POLICIES                               The cost per college credit is approximately $60 per
    Conditions for modifying subject load:                     credit. Please contact the counseling center for
    1. The deadline for dropping a subject extends             complete details.
       only through the first week of each semester.               The credit and grades earned become a part of
    2. Dropping a course after this time must be               your high school and college permanent academic
       done through the principal’s office. A grade            records. While we cannot guarantee transfer of credit
       of “F” will be recorded for the semester on             to all universities, it has been our general experience
       the grade report, unless approved by the                that a majority of universities/colleges accept these
       board.                                                  courses.
    3. Permission must be secured from the parents                             SPECIAL SERVICES
       before a subject can be dropped.                            Full educational services are provided for
    4. Courses may not be added to the schedule                students who have mental, physical, emotional or
       after one week into the semester.                       learning problems. Handicapped students have a
    5. Due to the complexity of scheduling, it is              wide range of individual needs, and for this reason,
       almost impossible to honor a request for a              different types of special education programs are
       specific teacher or class section.                      available.
    6. It will be the responsibility of each pupil who
       fails a subject or who feels he or she cannot                    LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER
       continue in the course sequence, to contact                          (SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS)
       the counselor.                                               The Learning Resource Center is for those
                                                               students with an IEP who are experiencing some
                TESTING PROGRAM                                difficulty in specific areas of learning. Placement is
    Northeast Vernon County School is involved in              determined by evaluation.
the implementation of a variety of testing                          The Learning Resource Center provides an
opportunities that include such items as the                   individualized program with emphasis on the
EXPLORE, PLAN, ASVAB, PSAT, TerraNova,                         development of those skills in which there is a
MAP and End of Course assessments. Aptitude,                   deficiency. An Individual Education Plan (IEP) is
achievement and interest inventories may be                    drawn up for each student stating goals to work
administered to students during the course of the              toward during the year. Grades for the classes are
school year. For more information, contact the                 based upon completion of these goals.
counseling center.

  MSHAA ELIGIBILITY FOR PARTICIPATION                            JUNIOR HIGH COURSES
    In order for a student in grades 9 – 12 to be
eligible to represent the school in any area of
competition, such as athletics, music, drama, speech,
                                                               ENGLISH 7 (REQUIRED)
debate, etc., he or she must have earned, the                  GRADE: 7                            2 Semester Course
preceding semester of attendance, a minimum of 3.0             This course is designed to provide the student with a
units of credit and be enrolled and regularly attending        study of grammar, literature, vocabulary and spelling.
six (6) solid classes during the semester of                   The areas of instruction covered in this course
competition. (Teacher Aid not acceptable.)                     include but are not limited to the following: a review

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of grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, selected                 ALGEBRA I (REQUIRED)
readings of short stories, poetry, drama, non-fiction,        GRADES: 8-12                              Credit: 1
essays and exercises in creative writing. A short             PREREQUISITE: Must pass 7th grade Math with a
research paper will be required.            Literature        “B” or better average. 8th graders must have
summaries will be written on a regular basis. The             successfully completed Grade 8 Math with a “C” or
students will be expected to do all daily exercises,          better. This course is designed to extend the
take tests, complete writing assignments and bring all        algebraic and mathematical concepts of previous
writing and reading materials to class.                       courses and to insure preparation for geometry and
                                                              advanced algebra. It is a foundation for college-
ENGLISH 8 (REQUIRED)                                          bound students. The course includes solving linear
GRADE: 8                            2 Semester Course         equations, operations with polynomials, algebraic
This course is designed to provide the student with a         functions, rational and irrational numbers, and
study of grammar, literature, vocabulary and spelling.        solving quadratic equations. Emphasis is placed on
The areas of instruction covered in this course               acquiring strong algebra skills, equation solving
include but are not limited to the following: a review        techniques, and problem solving. Students will have
of grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, selected                 daily assignments both in class and as homework.
readings of short stories, poetry, drama, non-fiction,        Tests are given at the end of each unit. This course
essays and exercises in creative writing. A research          may be counted as a high school course for 8th
paper will be required: topic will vary. Literature           graders, but will not count toward the three required
summaries will be written on a regular basis. The             mathematics courses for graduation.
students will be expected to do all daily exercises,
take tests, complete writing assignments and bring all        SCIENCE 7 (REQUIRED)
writing and reading materials to class.                       GRADE: 7                           2 Semester Course
                                                              This course is the second of the three part science
READING ENRICHMENT (REQUIRED)                                 interactions series. Course I was taught in grade 6.
GRADES: 7, 8            1 Quarter Course                      The course content will cover, but is not limited to:
This course is designed to help the students become a         forces and pressure, work and energy, machines,
better reader. The students will be expected to read          minerals, the rock cycle, energy resources, chemical
aloud in class, summarize articles to share with the          reactions and the structure and function of the human
class, and participate in independent reading.                body.
Students will be responsible for weekly vocabulary
assignments and quizzes in order to enhance their             SCIENCE 8 (REQUIRED)
personal vocabulary. Students will also be required           GRADE: 8                          2 Semester Course
to write reviews on outside reading books.                    This course is the third of the three part science
                                                              interactions series. Course II is taught in grade 7.
MATH 7 (REQUIRED)                                             This course is divided into the areas of geology,
GRADE: 7                         2 Semester Course            hydrology,      oceanography,    meteorology     and
This course is designed to give students a general            astronomy. It will cover such topics such as weather,
background of numerical and algebraic concepts.               erosion and plate tectonics. An introduction to
Upon completing the course, the students should be            genetics and blood transport will also be taught.
ready to take Algebra or Math 8. Areas of instruction         With each topic there will be laboratory
covered are: problem-solving, graphing, decimals,             investigations.
patterns, number sense, fractions, introduction to
geometry, ratios and proportions, percents, area and          SOCIAL STUDIES 7 (REQUIRED)
volume.                                                       GRADE: 7                 2 Semester Course
                                                              This is a basic survey course that introduces students
MATH 8/ PRE-ALGEBRA (REQUIRED)                                to world civilizations and to the various themes and
GRADE: 8                2 Semester Course                     regions of geographical study. Students will learn
This course is designed to extend the students’               about major world cultural climatic and geographical
foundation from Math 7 and to prepare the students            regions and about the political, economic and social
for Algebra. Concepts from Math 7 will be reviewed            developments in each of these regions. Students will
and reinforced.                                               also learn to read and interpret maps and understand
                                                              how environment and humans interact. This class
                                                              should help students to understand how people adapt
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to and change the world around them, and to gain               painting, design and drawing. The student will be
understanding about people from other cultures and             challenged with several types of art, media, and class
races and should help students with practical skills in        lectures.
reading and interpreting maps and other social-
studies materials that students will use throughout            EXPLORATORY MUSIC
their lives.                                                   GRADES: 7, 8                        1 Quarter Course
                                                               Students will learn about and experience a variety of
SOCIAL STUDIES 8 (REQUIRED)                                    musical concepts through graded projects and
GRADE: 8                 2 Semester Course                     performances. Studying Composers, careers in music,
This course provided and in-depth examination of               basic theory, and choral singing are just a few of the
American History from the nation’s beginning to                many activities that will help open up the world of
1877, describing the Native American cultures that             music. Research skills and advanced writing skills
existed before Columbus’ arrival as well as European           are also taught as we dive into musical instruments,
movements and events that led to and era of                    rock and roll greats, and the makings of a lyricist.
discovery and colonization of the Americas.                    Whether you're a musical pro or a total novice,
Students will recount the birth of the United States,          Exploratory Music has lots to offer.
the creation of the Constitution, and the young
nation’s economic and geographic expansion.                    BAND
                                                               GRADES: 7-12                       2 Semester Course
HEALTH (REQUIRED)                                              This course is designed to expose the students to a
GRADES: 7, 8                       1 Semester Course           variety of musical experiences through the use of
The main emphasis of this course is the concept of             marching and concert music.               A greater
being healthy through a good, safe lifestyle. Self-            understanding of self-discipline and unity is achieved
esteem and a positive sense of self-worth are stressed.        through success in concerts, contests, and parades.
Nutrition and exercise are taught as lifetime skills.          The areas of instruction in this course are: basic
Diseases and disease control are introduced and ways           music fundamentals theory, harmony, music
to maintain a healthy lifestyle are stressed. Drug and         terminology, and music performance. Students will
Alcohol awareness is also a major topic of                     be expected to bring their instruments to class every
discussion.                                                    day to play individually or in-group, as well as take
                                                               their instrument home for additional practice. (may
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (REQUIRED)                                  not be offered every year)
GRADES: 7, 8            1 Semester Course
Students will be required to dress out and participate         EXPLORATORY FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE
in various physical activities, which will increase            GRADE: 7,8                         1 Quarter Course
their physical fitness level. A variety of team and            This is a course that helps early adolescents achieve
individual games will be introduced.                           self-responsibility at home, within the family and in
                                                               the community through development of skills
EXPLORATORY KEYBOARDING (REQUIRED)                             relationships, management and citizenship. Projects
GRADES: 7, 8            1 Quarter Course                       for this class include cooking and sewing. (may not
Seventh and eighth grade keyboarding is a course in            be offered every year)
which the student will learn to operate the computer.
Emphasis is placed on correct finger position and              EXPLORATORY AGRICULTURE
proper techniques. The skills developed in this                GRADE: 7,8                           1 Quarter Course
source provide a foundation for the operation of a             A general literacy course designed to introduce and
computer or word processor. The student will                   apply life skills related to one of America’s basic
become acquainted with computer applications for               industries – agriculture.
business and personal use. This will include word
processing applications.                                       EXPLORATORY STUDY SKILLS
.                                                              GRADES: 7, 8             2 Semester Course
EXPLORATORY ART (REQUIRED)                                     This is a course designed to help junior high students
GRADES: 7, 8           1 Quarter Course                        gain organizational, research, note-taking, library, goal-
The focus of this course is developing art awareness           setting and time-management skills. Students will be
consisting of four areas: art history, introductory

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required to keep a daily journal, complete personal            base as well as their research skills. The students will
learning inventories, and self-assessments.                    study progression of American literature through
                                                               time. Quarterly reviews on outside reading books
                                                               will be required. This course provides students with
  HIGH SCHOOL COURSES                                          the opportunity to master English skills necessary to
                                                               succeed on other classes and to progress more easily
                                                               through life with the use of reading, writing, speaking
  COMMUNICATION ARTS                                           and thinking.

                                                               ENGLISH IV (REQUIRED)
ENGLISH I (REQUIRED)                                           GRADES: 12                           Credit: 1 Unit
GRADE: 9                             Credit: 1 Unit            Students will continue to master and prefect their
This course is designed to provide the student with a          reading, writing, speaking, listening and thinking
study of grammar, literature, composition,                     abilities. Students will broaden their literature base
vocabulary skills and study skills. The areas of               by surveying American and English literature,
instruction taught in this course include, but are not         including short stories and novels. Emphasis will be
limited to the following: a review of grammar,                 placed upon extensive writing and critical thinking
punctuation, vocabulary, selected readings of short            skills in compliance with the needs associated with
stories, poetry, drama, nonfiction, Charles Dickens’           those of college-level writing assignments. Students
novel Great Expectations, essays and exercises in              will write narrative, descriptive, persuasive, and
creative writing. A research paper will be required:           various expository paragraphs at the rate of
the topic will vary. The students will be expected to          approximately one per week. This year’s work is
do all daily exercises, take tests, complete writing           culminated in the writing of a four to five page term
assignments and bring all writing and reading                  paper of the students choosing.
materials to class. Any late work will be penalized.
Being punctual is an important quality to possess.             COLLEGE ENGLISH COMPOSITION 101
                                                               DUAL ENROLLMENT                  FALL SEMESTER
ENGLISH II (REQUIRED)                                          GRADES: 12                          Credit: ½ Unit
GRADES: 10                            Credit: 1 Unit                                     College Credits: 3 Units
PREREQUISITE: English I                                        PREREQUISITE: English III with a “B” or better
Students will continue to master and perfect their             and qualifying scores on the PLAN (18), ACT –
reading, writing, speaking, listening and thinking             English (18), or COMPASS (70).
abilities. Emphasis will be placed upon grammar                The primary aim of this writing course is to give
usage, emerging vocabulary, improving writing skills           students instruction and practice in writing
and enhancing critical thinking skills. Basic skills           mechanically correct, well organized, and well
will be developed in writing descriptions, narratives,         developed expository themes on topics of importance
exposition, persuasion journals and research.                  and significance. This course fulfills a portion of
Students will study different genres of literature.            communications general education requirements for
They will also read write summaries over outside               all Missouri colleges and universities. Appropriate
reading books. Students will benefit from this course          enrollment fees must be paid to receive college
by learning English skills that are necessary to               credit.
succeed in other classes as well as life skills. They          All students enrolled in this course must take this
will steadily improve their abilities to read, write,          class for college credit.
listen, speak and think critically.
                                                               COLLEGE ENGLISH COMPOSITION 102
ENGLISH III (REQUIRED)                                         DUAL ENROLLMENT                   SPRING SEMESTER
GRADES: 11                            Credit: 1 Unit           GRADES: 12                           Credit: ½ Unit
PREREQUISITE: English II                                                                College Credits: 3 Credits
Students will continue to master and perfect their             PREREQUISITE: English Composition 101.
reading, writing, speaking, listening and thinking             This writing course continues the study of clearly
abilities. Emphasis will be placed upon extensive              effective written expository prose for those who have
grammar usage, writing skills and enhancing critical           successfully completed English 101. In addition,
thinking skills. Mastery of the basics will be strongly        students advance to study more complex methods of
emphasized. Students will broaden their literature             thesis development. Research and documentation
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procedures are integral subject matter. This course
fulfills a portion of communications general                          FOREIGN LANGUAGE
education requirements. Appropriate enrollment fees
must be paid to take this course.                                SPANISH I
All students enrolled in this course must take this              GRADES: 9-12                     Credit: 1 Unit
class for college credit.                                        In this two semester course students will achieve
                                                                 proficiency in basic Spanish spelling,
JOURNALISM - THE EXCALIBUR                                       vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation with the
(YEARBOOK)                    BY INVITATION ONLY                 goal of engaging in simple conversations,
GRADES: 10-12                          Credit: 1 Unit
                                                                 expressing oneself in common situations, writing
This English elective class is designed to teach
                                                                 in Spanish and understanding Spanish dialogue.
students basic Journalism skills. The Excalibur is a
record book, a memory book and a historical                      Special voice board activities encourage
reference for the students, faculty, administration and          conversation practice. Students also learn the
community of NEVC.            Published annually the             history and culture of Latinos.
Excalibur strives to include student and school
activities, events and trends of the year in a manner            SPANISH II
derived form the yearbook staff’s designs and basic              GRADES: 10-12                        Credit: 1 Unit
fundamentals of good journalism. The practical                   PREREQUISITE: Spanish I.
application of organizing, financing, designing,                 This two semester course is designed for students
writing, editing and photographing subjects is the               who have successfully completed Spanish I or its
work of staff.                                                   equivalent. The purpose of this course is to enable
                                                                 students to enhance proficiency in Spanish by
SHORT STORIES                                                    developing linguistic, communicative, and cultural
GRADES: 10-12                         Credit: ½ Unit             knowledge of the Spanish language and culture.
This English elective class is designed to explore the           Vocabulary development in a wide variety of topics
sort story genre. Students will read short stories, learn        is an integral part of this course as students examine
about the authors, learn about the times and evaluate            various types of folklore and traditions. This course
why they are still relevant today.                               places emphasis on the development of listening,
                                                                 speaking, reading, and writing skills. Throughout the
MEDIA LITERACY/MASS MEDIA                                        curriculum, students express feelings, ideas, and
                                                                 opinions in Spanish and comprehend spoken and
GRADES: 10-12             Credit: ½ Unit
                                                                 written Spanish.
This English elective class is designed to teach
students the following concepts: bias, propaganda,
advertising, and source reliability.                             Additional foreign language classes are sometimes
                                                                 offered through Missouri’s Virtual Instruction
                                                                 Program. These are on-line courses and will require
SPEECH
                                                                 students to be self-directed and maintain a high
DUAL CREDIT                              1 SEMESTER
                                                                 degree of organization.
GRADE: 9-12                          Credit: ½ Unit
                            College Credit: 3 Units
This course is designed to help students develop                           MATHEMATICS
skills in public speaking, understanding literature,
and argumentative tactics. The focus of the class will
be competitive speech in preparation for various                 ALGEBRA I (REQUIRED)
speech and debate competitions. Competitive events               GRADES: 8-10                        Credit: 1 Unit
include poetry and prose reading, humorous and
                                                                                      th
                                                                 PREREQUISITE: 8 graders must pass 7th grade
dramatic interpretation of literature, radio speaking            Math with a “B” or better and Instructor approval.
and improvisation. This course is available for dual             This course is designed to extend the algebraic and
credit through Crowder College.                                  mathematical concepts of previous courses and to
                                                                 insure preparation for geometry and advanced
                                                                 algebra.   It is a foundation for college-bound
                                                                 students.    The course includes solving linear
                                                                 equations, operations with polynomials, algebraic
                                                                 functions, rational and irrational numbers, and
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solving quadratic equations. Emphasis is placed on           functions, logarithms, develops trigonometric identity
acquiring strong algebra skills, equation solving            relationships, and solving trigonometric equations. It
techniques, and problem solving. Students will have          also includes advanced graphing both rectangular and
daily assignments both in class and as homework.             polar, conic sections, vectors limits and other pre-
Tests are given at the end of each unit.                     calculus subjects.
This course may be counted as a high school course
for 8th graders, but will not count toward the three
required math courses for graduation.
                                                             MATH 111 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA
GEOMETRY (REQUIRED)                                          DUAL CREDIT                              1 SEMESTER
GRADES: 9-12                         Credit: 1 Unit          GRADE: 12                             Credit: ½ Unit
PREREQUISITE: Completion of Algebra I.                                                     College Credit: 3 Units
This course is designed to teach the student to think        PREREQUISITE: Completion of three years of HS
logically to solve mathematical problems involving           Math, Must have a 22 on the ACT or a qualifying
geometric figures. It is designed for college bound          score on the COMPASS exam.
students and the student who attends a vocational            College Algebra studies algebraic expressions, real
technical program.      The course develops and              and complex numbers, algebraic functions, equations,
understanding of the nature of proofs and gives              inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions.
experience in writing proofs in two-column form.             This course will satisfy most degree requirements in
Concepts of space geometry are combined with plan            Mathematics and should transfer to any four-year
geometry.      Algebra skills are reviewed and               institution. College Algebra will help prepare the
strengthened through application to solving                  student for an increasingly technical society. College
problems. Included are construction, coordinate              credit for this course is awarded by Crowder College.
geometry, and an introduction to trigonometry.
Emphasis is placed on developing a logical approach          MATH 112 - TRIGONOMETRY
to problem solving. Students will be expected to             DUAL CREDIT                             1 SEMESTER
memorized definitions, postulates and theorems.
                                                             GRADE: 12                            Credit: ½ Unit
                                                                                           College Credit: 3 Units
ALGEBRA II (REQUIRED)                                        PREREQUISITE: Completion of three years of HS
GRADES: 10-12                       Credit: 1 Unit           Math, Must have a 22 on the ACT or a qualifying
PREREQUISITE: Completion of Algebra I &                      score on the COMPASS exam.
Geometry.                                                    Trigonometry involves the study of the six
This course continues the automation of fundamental          trigonometric functions and their applications.
skills of algebra. The course will provide a strong          College credit for this course is awarded by Crowder
background for both the college bound student and            College.
the student who attends a vocational technical
program. Areas of instruction taught: the study of
the structure of the systems of real and complex                               SCIENCE
numbers, the concept of functions including
polynomial functions, the complex rules of                   PHYSICAL SCIENCE (REQUIRED)
exponents, analytical geometry and trigonometry,
                                                             GRADE: 9                  Credit: 1 Unit
problem solving with equations, interpretation and
                                                             The focus of Physical Science is for students to
translation of written statements into algebraic
                                                             develop an understanding of matter, energy, force
equations.
                                                             and motion. Topics such as chemical reactions,
                                                             work, machines, electricity, magnetism and
ADVANCED MATH
                                                             alternatives for future energy use will be addressed.
GRADES: 11, 12                       Credit: 1 Unit
                                                             Through scientific inquiry, research and analysis,
PREREQUISITE: Completion of Algebra II and
                                                             students should acquire the necessary skills to apply
Geometry with a “C” or better.
                                                             problem-solving skills to everyday life.
This course prepares students with broadened options
for succeeding high school. It design is to meet the
needs of the students who are preparing for college
mathematics. Areas of instruction taught: advanced
study in coordinate geometry, polynomial equations,
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BIOLOGY I (REQUIRED)                                          ASTRONOMY
GRADE: 10                             Credit: 1 Unit          GRADES: 11, 12               Credit: ½ Unit
The purpose of this course is to provide students with        PREREQUISITE: C or better in Biology
general exploratory experiences and activities in the         This course is a scientific exploration of the universe.
fundamental concepts for life. The content shall              Earth's properties will be compared with those of the
include, but not limited to: scientific method,               other planets. This course includes study of the
scientific  measurement,       cell    biology,   cell        properties of light and matter and the tools
reproduction, basic genetics, classification and              astronomers use. The course also covers exciting
taxonomy structure and function of the human body             contemporary topics such as black holes, the
and ecological relationships                                  expansion of the universe and the search for
                                                              extraterrestrial life. (may not be offered every year)
BIOLOGY II
GRADES: 11, 12                        Credit: 1 Unit          INTEGRATED (ENVIRONMENTAL) SCIENCE
PREREQUISITE: C or better in Biology                          GRADES: 11, 12          Credit: ½ Unit
Biology II is the study of living things with an in-          This course will be a hands-on study of the physical
depth study of the five kingdoms of organisms. The            and biological systems of the Earth, their connections
course will cover the animal kingdom, with emphasis           and patterns, and human interactions with the
on structure, function, classification and the                environment. (may not be offered every year)
importance of each phylum.             Basic animal
embryology, behavior and ecology will also be
taught. Laboratory experience will be provided
                                                              APPLIED PHYSICAL SCIENCE
primarily through animal dissection. Students will            GRADES: 11, 12                      Credit: ½ Unit
also have the opportunity to learn microbiology as            This course will be a hands-on study of the forces of
they    study    viruses,    bacteria    and    other         nature, Newton's laws of motion, and energy.
microorganisms.                                               Through experimentation students will demonstrate
                                                              how scientific principles explain what we observe in
                                                              nature and in everyday life. (may not be offered
CHEMISTRY
                                                              every year)
GRADES: 11, 12                        Credit: 1 Unit
PREREQUISITE: C or better in Algebra
Chemistry is the study of matter and its structure,                    SOCIAL
                                                              CIVICS (REQUIRED)           STUDIES
properties and composition. This course will cover
topics such as: measurement, the atom, chemical
equations, the gas laws, periodic table, chemical             CIVICS (REQUIRED)
bonding, acid-bases-salts, organic chemistry and              GRADE: 9                               Credit: 1 Unit
biochemistry.     With each topic there will be               This course is a combined field of studies intended to
laboratory investigations, which include the use of           acquaint students with government, citizenship,
the scientific method, measurement, laboratory                economics, and geography concepts. The student
apparatus and safety skills. (may not be offered every        will understand government structure of the national,
year)                                                         state, and local levels with an emphasis on citizenship
                                                              and participation. Students will meet state graduation
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY                                        requirements by passing the Federal and Missouri
                                                              Constitution tests. The economic objective will
GRADES: 11, 12                       Credit: ½ Unit
                                                              allow the student to gain insight and demonstrate the
PREREQUISITE: C or better in Biology
                                                              skills used in American economics as well as
Anatomy/Physiology is the study of cells and organs
                                                              compare our principles with other economic systems.
and their relationship to the whole organism. This
                                                              Geography will have an emphasis on the five themes
course will discuss the systems of the human body,
                                                              and students will be able to identify how each relates
including skeletal muscular, circulatory, respiratory,
                                                              to our physical world, how government policy affects
nervous,     digestive,   integumentary,     immune,
                                                              our environment, and how students can conserve our
excretory, endocrine and reproductive. Laboratory
                                                              natural resources.
experience will be provided primarily through animal
dissection. (may not be offered every year)



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WORLD HISTORY (REQUIRED)                                      PSYCHOLOGY
GRADE: 10                Credit: 1 Unit                       GRADES: 11, 12                       Credit: ½ Unit
This course will trace man’s achievements and                 This course is a basic survey course that introduces
failures from the 13th century to the present time.           students to the scientific study of behavioral and
Emphasis will be on relating causes, sequences and            mental processes. Students will study: methods used
consequences of major events and the development              by psychologists, human growth and development
of significant movements, which affect us today.              and their impact upon human behavior, learning and
Research skills using appropriate resources, critical         thinking theories, how to understand and interpret
thinking and decision making skills will be                   physical sensations and perceptions and how to
developed. This course is intended to give students a         interpret emotion and motives, conflicts and
perspective from which to view world affairs today.           personality disorders and ways of treating them, and
                                                              the impact of behavior upon small groups and society
UNITED STATES HISTORY (REQUIRED)                              in general.
GRADE: 11                  Credit: 1 Unit
The United States History course is designed to give          SOCIOLOGY
the student a sound understanding of how this                 GRADES: 11, 12                         Credit: ½ Unit
country came to be and make them aware of the                 This is a basic survey course that introduces students
people and events of our past, which formed our               to the major subject areas and principles of sociology.
present condition. This course will help students             Students will study: society and culture, social
understand mistakes of the past so as not to repeat           structure,     social    institutions,    socialization,
them as well as instill in students an appreciation of        community and change, and social problems. This
what our country is and the people helping to keep it         course will teach students how to view different
strong. Students will become knowledgeable and                cultures and belief systems through a sociological
interested in current events, develop an awareness of         perspective- understanding how and why societies
the role the U.S. plays in world affairs and how other        and groups adopt the cultures that they do, even if
countries and their people affect the U.S.                    they are different from our own.

HIST 106 – U.S. HISTORY I                                     MISSOURI HISTORY
DUAL CREDIT                            1 SEMESTER             GRADES: 10-12                            Credit: ½ Unit
GRADE: 11,12                         Credit: ½ Unit           A one semester study of the State of Missouri. The
                             College Credit: 3 Units          course will focus on significant events (such as the
PREREQUISITE: English III with a “B” or better                Civil War) and individuals (such as Jesse James and
and qualifying scores on the PLAN (Reading 21),               Mark Twain) that helped to shape the state of
ACT (Reading 18), or COMPASS (Reading 80).                    Missouri as it is, and as it is perceived in the popular
This introductory course surveys the development of           culture. Emphasis will also be placed on learning the
American culture from the Colonial period through             Missouri Counties, and students will be expected to
Reconstruction. The growth of political, social and           produce a short biographical project on a famous
economic institutions is emphasized. College credit           Missourian.
for this course is awarded by Crowder College.
                                                              WORLD WAR II
HIST 107 – U.S. HISTORY II                                    GRADES: 10-12                        Credit: ½ Unit
DUAL CREDIT                            1 SEMESTER             A one semester in-depth study of the causes, effects,
GRADE: 11,12                         Credit: ½ Unit           and events of World War II. Topics such as why
                             College Credit: 3 Units          Germany was allowed to get so powerful before a
PREREQUISITE: HIST 106 - U.S. History I                       was declared, why the United States chose not to get
History 107 surveys United States economic, social,           involved until the attack on Pearl Harbor, why the
political and diplomatic history from Reconstruction          Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, as well as significant
to the late twentieth century. College credit for this        individuals, and events of World War II (culminating
course is awarded by Crowder College.                         in the use of the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima and
                                                              Nagasaki) will be discussed in detail. Students will
                                                              read and analyze historical texts, films, and
                                                              documentary footage of the War. There will be a
                                                              distinct section of the class focusing on the
                                                              Holocaust. In this section, students will read “Night”
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by Elie Wiesel, in addition to viewing films and               PHYSICAL EDUCATION (REQUIRED)
documentary footage.                                           GRADES: 10-12            Credit: 1 Unit
                                                               Students are required to dress out and participate in a
THE VIETNAM WAR                                                variety of different activities such as: basketball,
GRADES: 11, 12                       Credit: ½ Unit            volleyball, football, softball and a variety of indoor
A one semester, in depth study of the causes, effects,         and outdoor games. Exercises and stretching are a
significant individuals, and events of the Vietnam             part of daily warm up and are progressively increased
War. Topics such as Vietnamese history, U.S.                   throughout the year.
decisions and consequences, the legality of the war,
the war protest movement, and how the war impacted             LIFETIME SPORTS
the servicemen and women and their families will be            GRADES: 10-12                         Credit: 1 Unit
addressed. Students will be read and analyze                   Students will study the history of games and sports.
historical texts, films, and documentary footage of            Students are required to dress out and participate in a
the war. Oral History reports and/or guest speakers            variety of indoor and outdoor games. Exercises and
will be part of the curriculum                                 stretching are a part of daily warm up and are
                                                               progressively increased throughout the year.
U.S. HISTORY IN FILM
GRADES: 11, 12                         Credit: ½ Unit
A one semester comparison of actual events in U.S.                BUSINESS EDUCATION
History with the way those events are portrayed in                  PRACTICAL ARTS
popular film. Students will study and analyze
primary source materials (such as letters, speeches,
eyewitness accounts, etc), as well as secondary                KEYBOARDING
source materials (such as biographies, textbooks, etc)         GRADES: 9                           Credit: ½ Unit
of specific important events in U.S. History from              Keyboarding I is a course in which the student will
Jamestown to the Present. Students will then compare           learn to operate the computer. Emphasis is placed on
and contrast these accounts with popular films and             correct finger position and proper techniques. The
television shows from the early 1900’s to the Present.         skills developed in this course provide a foundation
Written comparison/contract reports will be an                 for the operation of a computer or word processor.
essential part of the course.                                  Basic skills will be developed in keying letters,
                                                               envelopes, tables, business forms, job application
 Health & Physical Education                                   papers, and reports with footnotes and references.
                                                               The student will also learn how to correctly use the
HEALTH (REQUIRED)                                              numeric keypad and how to apply editorial skills
GRADES: 9                            Credit: ½ Unit            such as proofreading, making corrections, and
This course is designed to teach students about                dividing words.
mental, physical and social aspects of our well-being.
A major emphasis in the course is on personality               RECORD KEEPING
development and self-esteem. Other topics to be                GRADES: 9-12                        Credit: ½ Unit
covered are: self-worth and well-being, nutrition,             Students will learn about real life business record
diseases and disease control and drug and alcohol              control. This class will provide hands-on activities
awareness.                                                     to prepare for the world of work.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (REQUIRED)                                  BUSINESS MATH
GRADES: 9                Credit: ½ Unit                        GRADES: 11-12                         Credit: ½ Unit
Students are required to dress out and participate in a        The course will assist students in reaching a level of
variety of different activities such as: basketball,           increased competence in mathematics and expanded
volleyball, football, softball and a variety of indoor         understanding of the applications of mathematical
and outdoor games. Exercises and stretching are a              concepts in business activities. Emphasis is placed
part of daily warm up and are progressively increased          upon learning mathematical concepts through
throughout the year to gain and maintain strength and          practical application to common business problems.
fitness.


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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (REQUIRED)                               BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY II
GRADES: 9-12              Credit: 1 Unit                       GRADES: 11, 12                       Credit: 1 Unit
PREREQUISITE:           Keyboarding or pass the                PREREQUISITE: Business Technology I
keyboarding test which a 3-minute test. The student            This is a continuation of Business Technology I. This
must have 30 net words or better with 4 or less errors.        course is designed to help students develop the
Students will be accepted as space allows.                     qualities, knowledge, and skills necessary for working
This course gives the students an in-depth                     in a business. Students enhance computer application
introduction to computers, computer systems and                skills as they develop competencies needed by
programs. The areas of instruction taught include:             administrative support professionals. The content
an introduction to computer terminology, history and           includes the use of technology to develop
applications. Students become informed users of                communication skills, the performance of office
computer systems and gain skills in the use of various         procedures tasks, the production of quality work using
computer programs such as word processing,                     advanced features of business software applications,
database, spreadsheets, and presentation graphics.             and the production of high quality employment
This course would be helpful in preparing students             portfolios and job-seeking documents. In addition, this
for a career choice involving computers.                       course provides training or skills many employers find
                                                               deficient:    dealing with other people, using the
DESKTOP PUBLISHING                                             telephone, organizing work, and handling other crucial
GRADES: 10-12                     Credit: 1 Unit               tasks
PREREQUISITE: Computer Applications
This course provides comprehensive coverage of the             SUPERVISED BUSINESS EXPERIENCE
Microsoft Office Publisher 2003 software. Topics               GRADES: 12                  Credit: 1 Unit
include creating and editing a publication; designing          PREREQUISITE: Enrolled in Business Technology I OR
a newsletter; preparing a tri-fold brochure; and               II and permission by Mrs. Bybee
creating an e-mail letter using Publisher. Also                This is a work release program in the school. Students
included are topics covering personalizing and                 will maintain a notebook. Students will learn about
customizing publications with information sets;                things like handling diversity, employment laws,
creating business forms and tables; and creating an e-         dressing for success, customer service, filling out
commerce Web site.                                             employment paperwork, business etiquette, team work,
                                                               business relationships, sexual harassment, business
BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY I                                          policies and procedures, etc. We also discuss any
GRADES: 11, 12                       Credit: 1 Unit            problems or situations that are occurring at their place
PREREQUISITE: Computer Applications                            of employment. Students have to maintain a C average,
This course is designed to help students develop the           90% attendance at school and work, no major
qualities, knowledge, and skills necessary for working         violations of school rules, have their own transportation
in a business. Students enhance computer application           and insurance, the business has to have workers comp
skills as they develop competencies needed by                  or the student has to have medical insurance to cover
administrative support professionals. The content              injuries at work, students must have three
includes the use of technology to develop                      recommendations to get into the program, etc.
communication skills, the performance of office
procedures tasks, the production of quality work using         ACCOUNTING I
advanced features of business software applications,           GRADES: 11, 12                        Credit: 1 Unit
and the production of high quality employment                  PREREQUISITE: Must have a “C” or better grade in
portfolios and job-seeking documents. In addition, this        Math class.
course provides training or skills many employers find         Accounting is a study of the theory and practices of
deficient:    dealing with other people, using the             double entry methods of recording business
telephone, organizing work, and handling other crucial         transactions. The student will analyze and record
tasks.                                                         business transactions in journals and ledgers prepare
                                                               financial statements and close the fiscal period. The
                                                               opportunity is to develop entry level accounting skills
                                                               and a basis for the continued study of accounting will
                                                               be provided. The student will spend class time
                                                               working on accounting problems and accounting
                                                               simulations. Also accounting knowledge will be
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integrated with computer software. The student will             nature, function, and significance of human
gain experience in the use and understanding of an              relationships within the family/individual units.
automated accounting system. The areas of study in              Includes instruction in the concepts and principles
automated accounting include the general and                    related to various family living conditions, including
subsidiary ledgers, financial statements and reports.           abuse prevention; the establishment and maintenance
                                                                of relationships; the preparation for marriage,
                                                                parenthood, and family life; and the socialization and
  FAMILY AND CONSUMER                                           developmental needs of individuals. This course may
                                                                be taken as articulated college credit.
        SCIENCE
                                                                PERSONAL FINANCE
     PRACTICAL ARTS                                             GRADES: 11, 12                           Credit: ½ Unit
                                                                                               College Credit: 3 Units
                                                                Learn how to maximize your earnings, create a
CAREER AND FAMILY LEADERSHIP
                                                                budget, plan for major expenditures, save for the
GRADES: 9-12              Credit: 1 Unit
                                                                future, invest wisely, and keep financial records-
Students will learn to construct meaning through
                                                                skills needed for productive citizenship. You'll learn
interpreting family values, needs, wants and goals.
                                                                about banking, taxes, credit, insurance, the stock
To communicate effectively with family members
                                                                market, and retirement accounts. These skills are
and agencies that provides consumer products and
                                                                essential. This course fulfills the state requirement for
services. Learn problem solving techniques that
                                                                .5 credits of Personal Finance. College credit for this
impact family resource management. Learn decision
                                                                course is awarded by the University of Central
making techniques that contribute to economic
                                                                Missouri or Crowder College.
stability and quality of life for families. Basic sewing
and cooking projects will be done in class. This
course can be repeated with permission from the                 HOUSING ENVIRONMENT & DESIGN
instructor.                                                     GRADES: 11, 12            Credit: ½ Unit
                                                                To assist students in preparing for successful family
                                                                and career life. Students will be able to: construct
NUTRITION AND WELLNESS
                                                                meaning and acquire skills related to housing
GRADES: 10-12                       Credit: ½ Unit              environment and design; and utilize leadership,
The students will have a better understanding of food,
                                                                problem-solving, and communication skills to
nutrition, and health. They will explore workspace,
                                                                assume roles as responsible family members and
tools and techniques used in the kitchen. They will
                                                                citizens. This course may be taken as articulated
be able to make better consumer decisions and plan,
                                                                college credit.
prepare, and serve nutritional meals and snacks.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT                                                         AGRICULTURAL
GRADE: 11, 12                        Credit: ½ Unit
This semester class for eleventh and twelfth graders                       EDUCATION
is an instructional program that describes the study of
the intellectual, social, emotional, and biological
                                                                         PRACTICAL ARTS
development of children and the planning and design
of related human services. Includes instruction in
                                                                AGRICULTURE SCIENCE I
parent-child relations, parenting practices, special            GRADES: 9-12                          Credit: 1 Unit
needs of children, parental and environmental                   A course designed for instruction in animal science,
influences on child development; external support               agricultural mechanics, career exploration, leadership
services; and related public policy issues. This                and personal development, and supervised
course may be taken as articulated college credit.              agricultural experience. Units may include
                                                                agribusiness, natural resources, and food science.
FAMILY LIVING
GRADES: 11-12                       Credit: ½ Unit              AGRICULTURE SCIENCE II
PREREQUISITE: Career and Family Leadership                      GRADES: 10-12                   Credit: 1 Unit
This semester course for eleventh and twelfth graders           PREREQUISITE: Agriculture Science I
is designed to prepare individuals to understand the
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A course designed for instruction in plant and crop             This course includes the production, arrangement and
science, soils, entomology, horticulture, and forestry,         retailing of flowers. It includes fresh, silk, or dried
and additional instruction in agricultural mechanics,           flowers to be used in the design of corsages, wedding
career development, leadership, and supervised                  bouquets, table flower arrangements, and seasonal
agricultural experience.                                        holiday decorations. (may not be offered every year)

AGRICULTURE COMMUNICATIONS &                                    NURSERY OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT
LEADERSHIP                                                      GRADES: 11-12              Credit: 1 Unit
GRADES: 11-12             Credit: 1 Unit                        PREREQUISITE: Agriculture Science II
PREREQUISITE: Agriculture Science II                            This course includes the production of plants, shrubs,
This course will enable students to develop the                 and trees for the purpose of transplanting or
knowledge, attitudes, and skills to demonstrate                 propagation. Approved practices in wholesaling and
positive leadership for agriculture. Areas of focus             retailing of nursery crops will be applied. (may not be
include public speaking, extemporaneous speaking,               offered every year)
impromptu speaking, written communication,
meeting people, good first impressions, personal
goals, team work, team/organizational goals,
organizing groups to take action and evaluation of                              FINE ARTS
team/organizational actions.
                                                                ART I
AGRICULTURAL STRUCTURES & MECHANICS                             GRADES: 9-12                         Credit: 1 Unit
GRADES: 11-12             Credit: 1 Unit                        This is an introductory course in which students will
PREREQUISITE: Agriculture Science II                            experience many different aspects of art. The
                                                                students will produce harmony and unity by using
This course includes electrical wiring, electrical              lines and shapes and manipulation to make a
motors, concrete masonry, plumbing and sewage                   complete learning experience. All students will be
disposal, farm fences, product handling and                     challenged to experiment with each media.
processing equipment, and farm buildings.
(may not be offered every year)                                 ART II
                                                                GRADES: 10-12                        Credit: 1 Unit
ANIMAL SCIENCE/ADVANCED ANIMAL SCIENCE                          PREREQUISITE: Completion of Art I.
GRADES: 11-12              Credit: 1 Unit                       The focus of this course is to enhance individual
PREREQUISITE: Agriculture Science II                            styles in areas of their choice of media and format.
Advanced study in animal production, management,                The student is required to complete several
marketing, nutrition, breeding, production records,             assignments, prepare for art fairs and design his/her
selection, animal health, waste management, and                 own portfolio.
biotechnology may be included in this course.
(may not be offered every year)                                 DRAWING
                                                                GRADES: 11-12                         Credit: 1 Unit
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES &                             PREREQUISITE: C or better in Art I & II
FOREST MANAGEMENT                                               Students will improve drawing skills with a variety of
GRADES: 11-12             Credit: 1 Unit                        materials, including printmaking. Students will
PREREQUISITE: Agriculture Science II                            explore different styles of drawing through the study
                                                                of realism, stylized design, cartooning, and
This course prepares students for activities in the             abstraction. Students will be expected to keep a
conservation and/or improvement of natural                      sketchbook and create a portfolio.
resources such as soil, water, crops, air, forests, fish
and wildlife for economic and recreational purposes.            WORLD ART SURVEY
(may not be offered every year)                                 GRADES: 9-12                     Credit: 1 Unit
                                                                Students explore the connection between world
FLORICULTURE                                                    cultures and four forms of art: visual, musical,
GRADES: 11-12                   Credit: 1 Unit                  theatrical and literary.  Lessons will combine
PREREQUISITE: Agriculture Science II                            research, hands-on projects, and discussion to

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identify how different people from a variety of               STUDY SKILLS
cultures and times responded to their world through           GRADE: 9-12                            Credit: 1 Unit
the art they created. This class will fulfill the             This is a course designed to help high school students
required fine art credit.                                     gain organizational, research and note-taking skills.
                                                              Students will also practice goal-setting and time-
CHORUS                                                        management skills. Students will be required to keep
GRADES: 9-12                         Credit: 1 Unit           a daily journal, complete personal learning
This course is designed to help the student to read           inventories, and self-assessments.
and understand music and to sing with proper
technique. The areas of instruction covered in this
course include a wide range of music styles, basic
singing in techniques, fundamentals of music, sight-
reading and memorization. Students will work on
polishing their performance for concerts and contests.
There are several required events outside the school
day that will be included in the grade for this class.
Students in this ensemble would be eligible for Music
Lettering Program.

MUSIC APPRECIATION
GRADES: 11-12                      Credit: ½ Unit
                            College Credit: 3 Units
Students will take an in depth look at music’s
many different styles and purposes through
graded projects. Students will study music
forms, composers, time periods, and cultures.
Research skills and advanced writing skills are
also taught. This course is available for dual credit
through Crowder College.

THEATRE
DUAL CREDIT                              1 SEMESTER
GRADE: 12                             Credit: ½ Unit
                              College Credit: 3 Units
This class examines the elements of theatre, theatre
history and philosophy. Students will have the option
to perform a play but acting is not required. Film
history is briefly covered as well. This course is
available for dual credit through Crowder College.



     GENERAL ELECTIVES
OFFICE/TEACHER AID
GRADE: 12                            Credit: 1 Unit
PREREQUISITE: Staff Approval
Students learn machine operation, telephone
etiquette, mail handling, filing and knowledge of
basic teacher activities. An assistant must be
dependable and trustworthy. Grade will be pass/fail.




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                                              also be important in being selected to         AUTOMOTIVE
    NEVADA                                    a program. Some programs require
                                              an interview with the instructor prior
                                                                                             TECHNOLOGY I & II
                                                                                             Grades: 11, 12
  VOCATIONAL                                  to acceptance in the program.                  Credit: 2-4 units
                                                                                             College Credit: AUTO 124, 125,
   TECHNICAL                                  CAREER “PASSPORT”
                                              PORTFOLIO
                                                                                             214, 225 – 18 hrs (Crowder
                                                                                             College); AUTO 101, 113, 115, 116
    CENTER                                    A completer of a career and
                                              technical program at NRTC may earn
                                                                                             – 21 hrs (State Fair Community
                                                                                             College) & must pass NATEF Test
                                              a "Passport". This honor’s portfolio           w/ 75% or higher
Telephone: 417/448-2090                       contains documentation of the student’s        Prerequisite: Algebra I or equivalent
Director:                                     success in academic, technical, and            and interview with the instructor.
Counselor: Tammy Hendron                      employability skills. It is designed to assist This program provides the training
                                              students in the transition from school to work necessary to enter and succeed in the
INTRODUCTION                                  or further education. Requirements emphasize field of automotive repair,
The mission of Nevada Regional                attendance, grade average, and mastery of      maintenance, and service. Classroom
Technical Center is to provide an             competencies in the technical program.         instruction involves the
environment of learning where high quality                                                   technical information pertaining to
career and technical education empowers each Normally students attend NRTC ½ day             the engines, power train, and
student to be a productive and responsible    and NEVC ½ day. All Technical Center           automotive electronics.. Shop
citizen in our changing global society. Eight courses receive full credit for high school    experiences consist of automobile
partnering high schools within a radius of    graduation. NEVC students are                  component work and some customer
approximately thirty-five miles send students transported to and from NRTC by school         owned vehicle repair. Students will
to NRTC.                                      bus. Students are not allowed to drive         work with basic computer
                                              themselves. Permission must be obtained        diagnostics on the automobile. This
COLLEGE ARTICULATION                          from both NRTC and NEVC for a student          course consists of two years of two
Free college credits are made                 to drive him/herself in special                hour blocks. In addition, students
available through the Tech Prep               circumstances. Students are expected to        must complete a fifty hour internship
Program. Tech Prep focuses on                 follow the Nevada student rules when on        in the field of automotive. This
improving the educational process             campus at NRTC as well as NEVC rules           internship is arranged with the
and career direction of both                  and policies at all times.                     instructor.
academic and technical college
bound students. High school                                                                  CONSTRUCTION
                                                                                             TECHNOLOGY I & II
students may earn up to 18 hours of
free college credits from Crowder
                                                 NRTC COURSE                                 Grades: 11, 12
                                                                                             Credit: 3-6 units
College, Metropolitan Community
College, Ozarks Technical College                DESCRIPTIONS                                College Credit: CONS 143, 213,
or State Fair Community College by                                                           223, 233 – 12 hrs (Crowder
completing a two year program at                                                             College); CST 135, 180 – 8 hrs
NRTC and meeting the following                                                               (OTC); CNST 140 – 6 hrs (State Fair
                                                                                             Community College)
guidelines:
1. B average or higher at NRTC.
                                                      TRADE &                                This two-year program is designed to
                                                                                             acquaint students with various
2. 90% attendance at NRTC and high
school.
                                                    INDUSTRIAL                               aspects of residential construction
                                                                                             and to prepare students for entry
3. Full-time student at the specific
community college.
                                                    EDUCATION                                level jobs in the construction trade.
                                                                                             The program concentrates on
Dual Credit is available for                                                                 residential construction of a family
Agriculture Business, Animal                  WELDING TECHNOLOGY                             dwelling and uses this as the primary
Science and Advanced Computers                TECHNOLOGY I & II                              learning vehicle. The first year
                                              Grades: 11, 12                                 students are trained in the
through Missouri State University.
Students must pay a fee and fill out
                                                      TRIAL
                                              Credit: 3-6 units                              fundamentals of construction, use
                                              This program allows students the opportunity and recognition of hand tools,
an application to enroll in the college
program.
                                                    EDUCATION
                                              to learn entry-level welding skills. Units of  familiarization with masonry and
                                              study include Print Reading, Oxy-Fuel          concrete principals, blueprint
STUDENT SELECTION                             Welding & Cutting, Gas Tungsten Arc, Gas reading, construction cost estimation,
If a student has an interest in a             Metal Arc, Flux Cored Arc, Shielded Metal      site work, building permits and
program, he/she will need to obtain                                                          codes, framing and roofing, safety
                                              Arc and Plasma Arc Welding.
an application from the high school                                                          procedures, window and door
                                              Students may become AWS (American              insulation, siding, and exterior paint.
counseling center and return it by
                                              Welding Society) certified and become a        More experienced students concentrate on
April 15th. The application provides
                                              member of SkillsUSA.                           rough-in electrical work, plumbing, insulation,
important information with the
program selection and                                                                        drywall hanging and finishing, interior
recommendations. A student’s                                                                 painting, ceramic tile, and interior
attendance history and grades will                                                           finishing.

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SUPERVISED                                   orthographic as well as becoming
WORK EXPERIENCE
Trade and Industry - Health
                                             more skilled in geometric
                                             construction, dimensioning and
                                                                                        CULINARY
Occupations
Grade: 12 – teacher approval
                                             composition. They will also learn
                                             how to create cross sections, multi
                                                                                         ARTS &
Credit: 1- 2 units
This program is intended primarily
                                             view drawings, basic floor plans, and
                                             3D solid modeling. AutoCAD 2009
                                                                                       HOSPITALITY
for students in the trade and                and other related programs are used
industrial programs who expect to            extensively throughout the CAD I         CULINARY ARTS &
enter a trade after completing high          and CAD II. This is a very versatile     HOSPITALITY I & II
school, as well as students in the           program commonly used in industry.       Grades: 11, 12
Health Sciences program who expect
to work in the health care field. It is
                                             Most assignments come in the form
                                             of design tasks such as buildings,
                                                                                           TRIAL
                                                                                      Credit: 3-6 units
                                                                                      College Credit: HSM 101, 115, CUL
a cooperative arrangement between
the school and local employers
                                             mechanical parts, electronic
                                             products, furniture, etc, and/or
                                                                                         EDUCATION
                                                                                      101, 121 – 12 hrs (OTC); ProStart
                                                                                      Certification – 4-12 hrs with any MO
designed to provide students with            problems that require creativity on      college/university with a
practical on-the-job training and            the part of the student to solve. Good   Culinary/Hospitality Program
experience in the trade or profession        math and measurement skills are          This program provides students with
they are pursuing in school. This            recommended as is an eye for detail      education in the Culinary Arts and
course is for high school credit and         and an interest in design.               Hospitality Industry. This program
requires students to complete written                                                 targets those students who are
work in addition to their work site          COMPUTER AIDED                           interested in careers in culinary arts,
experience.                                  DESIGN II                                restaurant management, event
                                             (CAD)                                    planning, hotel management and the
EXPLORING ENGINEERING                        Grades: 12                               travel/tourism industry. Students
Grades: 11, 12                               Credit: 2 units                          complete units of study in sanitation
Credit: 1 unit                               College Credit: DRFT 101, 105, 115       and kitchen safety, customer service,
An introductory course which                 – 9 hrs (Crowder College); DDT           recipe development, hospitality
develops student’s problem solving           100, 160 – 8 hrs (OTC); INDT 102         management, and food production.
skills with emphasis placed upon             DRFT 111 & 114 – 9 hrs (State Fair       Students are also provided with
technical drawing and design areas           Community College)                       training in cash handling, menu
of study. The focus is directed              Prerequisite: CAD I                      design and costing, work ethic and
toward the application of the tools          This course is a continuation of CAD     career development. Students operate
and processes of drafting and design         I. Students will continue to             the Service Edge Café and will work
in order to solve basic design               investigate a variety of complex         towards earning certification from
problems. Course topics include:             drawings on the computer using an        the National Restaurant Association
design processes, architectural              AutoCAD program. The design tasks        ProStart Program. With the ProStart
drawing and design, instrument               or problems given to the students        Certificate students may articulate up
drafting, projections, dimensioning,         will be more challenging and the         to 12 of credit hours with Ozark
and development drawing. The students        expectations for accuracy and quality    Technical Community College. The
will also receive an introduction to         of presentation will be higher.          ProStart Certificate provides
AutoCad 2009 a widely used program           Students will be expected to work        articulation and college credit with
and an introduction to Chief Architect X2.   independently on large projects and      all Missouri Colleges and
Good math and measurement skills are         initiate problem solving. This course    Universities with a
recommended as is an eye for detail          will provide students with a wide        Restaurant/Hospitality Management
and an interest in design and creativity.    range of useful skills that could be     Program. Students may earn an
Students will also have labs where they      utilized in a number of exciting         embedded credit in communication
will work on engineering projects and        fields of study or employment such       arts.
experiments.                                 as engineering, interior design,
                                             architecture, industrial design and
                                             3D design. Good math and
COMPUTER AIDED
DESIGN I                                     measurement skills are                        EARLY
                                             recommended as is an eye for detail
(CAD)
Grades: 11, 12                               and an interest in design.                  CHILDHOOD
Credit: 2-4 units
Prerequisite: Basic Technical                                                            EDUCATION
Drawing, Algebra I & Geometry are
HELPFUL                                                                               EARLY CHILDHOOD
Drafting technicians prepare detailed                                                 CAREERS I
working drawings of machinery,                                                        Grades: 11,12
mechanical devices and structures                                                     Credit: 3 units
indicating dimensions, tolerances,                                                         TRIAL
                                                                                      Suggested Prerequisite: FACS and
and other engineering data. Students                                                  Child Development
will learn how to create and interpret                                                   EDUCATION
                                                                                      Prerequisites: Request for Child
a variety of formal drawings such as                                                  Abuse or Neglect/Criminal Record,
isometric, perspective, and                                                           TB Test & Mandatory Prescreening

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interview prior to enrollment
Students looking for a bright future
in the Early Childhood field, either
                                                   HEALTH                              COMPUTER
in a preschool, home day care, or as
an elementary teacher, should
                                                  SCIENCES                            NETWORKING
consider this class. Covered topics
will include: creative experiences for   HEALTH SCIENCES I                         COMPUTER NETWORK
children, child health and safety,       Grades: 11, 12                            TECHNICIAN
CPR and first aid, nutrition, guiding    Credit: 3 units                           Grades: 11, 12
children, and much more. Students
will participate in a lab (Small World
                                         College Credits: PNUR 102 – 1.5 hrs
                                         (Metropolitan Community College)
                                                                                           TRIAL
                                                                                   Credit: 2-4 units
                                                                                   College Credits: CNS 103 – 3 hrs
Preschool), working hands-on with
children. Students can earn up to
                                         Suggested Prerequisites: strong
                                         foundation in math and science
                                                                                         EDUCATION
                                                                                   (Crowder College); NET 150, 151,
                                                                                   152, 153 – 12 hrs (State Fair
eight college credit articulated hours   Prerequisites: Background check, TB       Community College)
from Crowder College, Ozark              Test                                      Prerequisite: Pre-screening
Technical College, or Penn Valley        This course introduces students to a      interview
Community College after                  wide variety of health care               This program is a course designed to
successfully completing the full two     opportunities. The course will            bring a working view of networked
year program. Interested students        include communication skills, team        computers to the students. This
should submit an application to their    playing, professional conduct,            program is designed to provide
counselor so that they may be            problem solving, development of           specific job training for entry-level
scheduled for a pre-enrollment           career goals, medical terminology, a      employment in technologies
interview. Selection for the class       STRONG foundation in Anatomy              including hardware that most PCs
will be based upon factors measured      and Physiology, precautions required      and peripherals employ, safety
in the pre-enrollment interview.         for a variety of health occupations:      precautions to take while working
                                         ex. Safety, Asepsis, Vital signs, first   with this hardware, and the
EARLY CHILDHOOD                          aide and CPR. You will also become        fundamental troubleshooting
CAREERS II                               CPR certified. There will be guest        procedures that will make the student
Grades: 11, 12                           speakers and tours. You also have         employable. Students will work
Credit: 3 units                          the option of becoming a member of        toward becoming certified in each
College Credit: ECD 101, 103, 203 –      HOSA (Health Occupation Students          area and will have the opportunity to
8 hrs (Crowder College); ECD 101,        of America) which allows you to           take the exam at specific times
160, 170 – 11 hrs (OTC); CDCG            compete at state/national levels in       during the school year. The exams
101, 110, 113, 132 – 12 hrs              different health related categories       all require a fee prior to being taken.
(Metropolitan Community College)         and allows you to participate in
Prerequisites: Request for Child         activities such as the school blood       Computer Networking I
Abuse or Neglect/Criminal Record,        drive. During the second semester,        1st-4th quarter – A+Certification
TB Test, early childhood careers I or    two days a week are devoted to            course of study.
instructor interview/application.        observe and experience your area of       All students have the
This class builds on the knowledge       interest with a health professional.      opportunity to take the A+
learned in Early Childhood Careers.                                                Certification exams by the end
Covered topics will include: Child       You will choose a specialty area          of the school year.
development, working with parents,       from: Activities Director, Nurse
professionalism, and the Child           Assistant (CNA), Pharmacy,                Computer Networking II
Development Associate (CDA)              Physical Therapy, Radiology,              (Linux)
components. Students will                Operating Room, Laboratory                Students who have passed
participate in a lab (Small World        Assistant Phlebotomist, Sports            either A+ exams from the
Preschool), working hands-on with        Medicine and Physical Therapy Aide        previous year will begin the
children. Students can earn up to        Programs, Animal care Assistant,          Network+ course. To be in this
eight college credit hours from          Dietary & Dental Aide,                    section, students MUST be A+
Crowder College, Ozark Technical         Electrocardiography essentials,           certified. If not, the student
College, or Penn Valley Community        Foundation in Respiratory Therapy.        will be placed back into
College after successfully               Upon completion of the nurse              Computer Networking I for
completing the full two year             assistant program, you will be able to    further preparation for the A+
program. Students successfully           take the state test and be licensed in    certification exam.
completing both Early Childhood          the state of Missouri as a Certified      Linux+ Certification – This is
Careers classes may be eligible to       Nurse Assistant (CNA). Job training       available for the students once
take the Child Development               is 3-4 days a week in a healthcare        they become A+ and Network+
Associate (CDA) certification test.      field internship with a healthcare        certified.
This is a nationally recognized early    provider.                                 A+ Certification – Provides
childhood certification.                                                           competency in core hardware and
                                                                                   operating systems. This includes
                                                                                   installation, configuration,
                                                                                   diagnosing, preventive maintenance
                                                                                   and some basic networking
                                                                                   Network+ Certification – Provides

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competency and skills needed to           activities, meetings, conferences, and   foundations; promotion; safety and
install, configure and troubleshoot       competitions provide many                security; and career development.
basic networking hardware and             opportunities for application of         Skills in communications, human
protocols and network support.            instructional competencies.              relations, psychology, and
Linux+ Certification – Introduction                                                mathematics are reinforced in this
to Linux including installations and      ENTREPRENEURSHIP                         course. Marketing simulations,
file system structure, management,        Grades: 11, 12                           projects, teamwork, DECA
administration, working with the          Credit: 1 unit                           leadership activities, meetings,
shell, printing, troubleshooting and      Prerequisite: Good computer skills       conferences, and competitions
performance monitoring and                Have you ever considered going into      provide many opportunities for
security.                                 business for yourself? This course       application of instructional
                                          will explore the meaning of              competencies.
                                          entrepreneurship and your potential
                                          to become an entrepreneur. The           TRAVEL & TOURISM
     MARKETING                            focus will be on understanding the       MARKETING
                                          basics of our economy, creative          Grades: 11, 12
     EDUCATION                            thinking, decision-making, global
                                          opportunities, research, types of
                                                                                   Credit: ½ unit
                                                                                   Prerequisite: Good keyboarding
                                          business ownership and business          skills
Do you want to be successful? Do          management. Prepare yourself to be       This semester course is designed to
you want to start your own business?      a business leader of the future.         provide a foundation for students
Are you interested in becoming a          Business simulations, projects,          interested in a career in travel,
sports agent, fashion retailer, event     teamwork, DECA leadership                tourism, and recreation marketing.
planner or advertising specialist?        activities, meetings, conferences, and   38
NRTC Marketing students run an in         competitions provide many                Emphasis is placed on the
class business selling snack items,       opportunities for application of         hospitality/tourism industry,
drinks and spirit items. Marketing        instructional competencies.              customer relations, travel
students have the opportunity to join                                              destinations, tourism promotion,
DECA. DECA is part of an                  FASHION & RETAIL                         economics, and career development.
international organization for high       MARKETING                                Skills in mathematics, psychology,
school students that provide avenues      Grades: 10, 11, 12                       geography, and communications are
for personal and professional             Credit: ½ unit                           reinforced in this course. Marketing
development in the areas of               Prerequisite: Good keyboarding           simulations, projects, teamwork,
leadership, social intelligence,          skills                                   DECA leadership activities,
vocational understanding and civic        This semester course is designed to      meetings, conferences, and
consciousness.                            apply marketing concepts to the          competitions provide many
                                          fashion and retail industries.           opportunities for application of
ADVANCED MARKETING                        Emphasis is placed on fashion            instructional competencies.
Grade: 11, 12                             merchandising, product
Credit: 1 unit                            development, distribution, pricing,      COOPERATIVE WORK
Articulation Credit: BUS 130-3 hrs        promotions and career development.       EXPERIENCE
(OTC); BSAD 205 – 3 hrs                   Skills in communications, research,      Grades: 12
(Metropolitan Community College)          math, psychology, textiles, and          Credit: 1-2 units
Prerequisite: Intro level marketing       economics are reinforced in this         Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment
course completed. Good                    course. Marketing simulations,           in an NRTC class and coordinator
keyboarding skills                        projects, teamwork, DECA                 approval.
This course provides an opportunity       leadership activities, meetings,         This program prepares students for
for advanced study in marketing,          conferences, and competitions            the world of work through classroom
wholesaling, and service occupations      provide many opportunities for           instruction and actual job experience.
from the perspective of management.       application of instructional             With the cooperation of local
Skills in such areas as sales             competencies.                            businesses, high school seniors have
promotion, employer/employee                                                       the opportunity to explore careers in
relations, selling, handling              SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT                   their area of interest. Students earn
customers, business                       MARKETING                                high school credit for both class
operations/management, Ecommerce          Grades: 10, 11, 12                       work and time spent on the job site.
and job success will be                   Credit: 1 unit
developed. Students will demonstrate      Prerequisite: Good keyboarding
the ability to use content and apply      skills
knowledge to real-world situations.       This course is designed for students
They will also gain the ability to        interested in sports, entertainment,
communicate effectively, problem          and event marketing. Emphasis is
solve, and use life skills such as time   placed on the following principles as
management, planning, follow              they apply to the industry: branding,
through, and organization.                licensing, and naming rights;
Marketing simulations, projects,          business foundations;
teamwork, DECA leadership                 merchandising; economic

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                                          have the opportunity and are highly            MULTIMEDIA
  BUSINESS                                encouraged to participate in the
                                          career and technical student
                                                                                         Grades: 11,12
                                                                                         Credit: ½ unit
TECHNOLOGY                                organization Future Business
                                          Leaders of America (FBLA).
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Keyboarding
                                                                                         Students will develop valuable business and
                                                                                         communication skills using digital
GRAPHIC DESIGN I                          ADVANCEDCOMPUTER                               communication and multi-media applications
DESIGN CONCEPTS AND                       APPLICATIONS                                   including music composing, audio and video
APPLICATIONS                              (Dual Enrollment)                              capture and editing, photography and photo
     TRIAL
Grades: 11, 12
Credits: 1 unit
                                          (Fall & Spring Semesters)
                                          Grade: 11, 12
                                                                                         editing, electronic presentations, and wiki
                                                                                         usage, and web design. Industry recognized
   EDUCATION
Prerequisite: 1 semester of
Computers
                                          Credit: ½ unit
                                          College: CIS 101-2 hrs (MO State
                                                                                         hardware and software are utilized to expand
                                                                                         student knowledge of multimedia functions in
This one-hour course introduces           University); BSAD 125 – 3 hrs                  the workplace.
students to basic principles of visual    (Crowder College); CIS 101 – 3 hrs
communication with printed                (OTC); CAPP 125 – 3 hrs (State Fair            WEB TOOLS & BEYOND
materials. Using the Adobe Creative       Community College)                             Grades: 11,12
Suite, students learn page layout         Prerequisite: 1 semester computers             Credit: ½ unit
using Adobe InDesign, vector              & keyboarding skills                           Prerequisite: Keyboarding
graphics using Adobe Illustrator, and     This course is offered for dual college or     This course will further develop
image editing using Adobe                 articulated college credit. Students will be   more advanced multimedia,
PhotoShop. Projects include               expanding their knowledge of Windows,          animation, and information
newsletters, business cards,              Microsoft Office, and computer technology.     technology skills using Microsoft
calendars, magazine covers, and           File management spreadsheets, databases, and   Office, web forms, and web design
design components for use on web          document publication will be the focus.        applications. Students will create
pages. Students will research             Utilization of cloud computing and the world   and publish their own “Web Site”.
copyright issues and careers, design      of Web 2.0 will be introduced.                 Students will gain valuable real
a creative resume, and select and                                                        world skills using extensive internet
prepare pieces for a digital portfolio.   GRAPHIC DESIGN II                              research and online resources.
This course is available for              PRODUCTS AND SIGNS                             Students will have the opportunity to
articulated college credit if taken in    Grades: 11, 12                                 participate in the student
conjunction with Graphic Design II.       Credit: 2 units                                organization Future Business
Students have the opportunity to          College Credit: OA 113 – 3 hrs                 Leaders of America (FBLA).
participate in and are highly             (Crowder College); GDT 105 – 4
encouraged to join the student            hrs (OTC)
organizations Future Business             Prerequisite: Graphic Design I
Leaders of America (FBLA) and/or          This two-hour course will develop
                                                                                                ALTERNATIVE
SkillsUSA.                                advanced skills in principles of                        CHOICES
                                          visual communication with printed
DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS                    materials. In addition to advancing                    PROGRAM
Grades Level: 11,12                       software skills using the Adobe
Credit: 1 unit                            Creative Suite, students will also
Prerequisite: 1 semester of               develop work ready skills by                   ALTERNATIVE CHOICES EDUCATION
computers & 1 semester of                 producing products through the                 (THE ACE PROGRAM)
Multimedia                                NRTC Printables in-house products              Grades: 11, 12
Credit: 1 unit                            service. Students will also learn basic                 TRIAL
                                                                                         Credit: 1 unit
Students will develop valuable            digital photography, including photo           Prerequisite: Enrollment in a Career
business and communication skills         composition and editing as well as                    EDUCATION
                                                                                         and Technical Program
using digital communication and           web design. In addition, students              The ACE program is designed to allow
multi-media applications including        learn to make vinyl signs and                  students access to core content material in an
music composing, audio and video          banners. Projects include posters,             alternative classroom setting. This program
capture and editing, photography and      calendars, banners, t-shirts, web              utilizes the Anywhere Learning System A+LS.
photo editing, electronic                 pages, as well as actual job orders            The various courses offered in the ACE
presentations, wiki usage, and web        from within the school district.               classroom, through A+LS are designed to
page design. Apple GarageBand,            Students will set career goals, design         closely reflect content covered in the
Apple iMovie, Adobe Premier Pro,          a creative resume, and select and              traditional classroom. Courses: American
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Go Live            prepare pieces for a digital portfolio         History, World History, Civics, U.S.
are some of the software programs         and Senior Showcase. This course is            Geography, World Geography, Earth and
utilized to expand student knowledge      available for articulated college              Space Science, General Science, Biology,
of multimedia and communication           credit if taken in conjunction with            Health, Literature, English Skills I, II, III,
functions and use in the workplace as     Graphic Design I. Students have the            and IV.
well as several other Internet based      opportunity to participate in the
programs. Equipment used includes         student organization Future Business
Apple computers, digital cameras,         Leaders of America (FBLA) and/or
scanner, video cameras, Bluetooth         SkillsUSA.
devices and laser printers. Students

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                                   FOUR YEAR PLANNED PROGRAM
   NAME: _______________________________                           CARREER PATHWAY: _____________________
   DATE PREPARED: ____________________                             YEAR OF GRADUATION:___________________
  Fill in your courses based on suggestions in the career pathway section and consultation with your parents and counselor.
          FRESHMAN                    SOPHOMORE                             JUNIOR                                  SENIOR

             English I                      English II                      English III                          English IV
                                                                   Algebra II or Advanced                 Advanced Math or Coll
    Algebra I or Geometry          Geometry or Algebra II
                                                                               Math                             Alg/Trig DC
                                                                   Biology II or Chemistry               Biology II or Chemistry or
         Physical Science                    Biology
                                                                             or A&P                                  A&P
                                                                                                       Social Studies:
              Civics                   World History                   United States History
                                                                                                       ____________________
           Health/P.E.             Fine Art: ________

                                   Practical Art:
Keyboarding or Computer App                                              Personal Finance
                                   _______________
Elective: _________                Elective: _________

Alternate:                         Alternate:                     Alternate:                           Alternate:




                   Graduation Requirements (Class of 2013)                                Additional Requirements for
                                     General                    College                   College Admission may include:
          Department
                                     Diploma                 Preparatory
                                                                                                 3.0 G.P.A
Communication Arts                      4                          4                             Core Electives including Foreign
                                                                                                  Language
Math                                    3                          4
                                                                                                 Score at or above National
Science                                 3                          3                              Average on ACT or SAT
                                                                                                 High Attendance Rate
Social Studies                          3                          3
Fine Arts                               1                          1                       Students should take classes in high school
                                                                                             that will meet the freshmen admission
Practical Arts
                                        1                          1                      requirements at the college or university that
(.5 Personal Finance)                                                                                  they plan to attend.
P.E.                                    1                          1
Health                                 0.5                        0.5
Computer Applications                   1                          1
                                                                                           All Graduates Must Successfully
Electives (at least 1 core)            7.5               6.5 (3 specified core)                Complete the MO and US
              Total                    25                         25                           Constitution Assessments


               PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE:_______________________________________
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                                 FOUR YEAR PLANNED PROGRAM
   NAME: _______________________________                          CARREER PATHWAY: _____________________
   DATE PREPARED: ____________________                            YEAR OF GRADUATION:___________________
  Fill in your courses based on suggestions in the career pathway section and consultation with your parents and counselor.
          FRESHMAN                    SOPHOMORE                            JUNIOR                                 SENIOR

             English I                    English II                      English III                          English IV
                                                                  Algebra II or Advanced                Advanced Math or Coll
    Algebra I or Geometry          Geometry or Algebra II
                                                                              Math                            Alg/Trig DC
                                                                  Biology II or Chemistry              Biology II or Chemistry or
         Physical Science                    Biology
                                                                            or A&P                                 A&P
                                                                                                     Social Studies:
              Civics                   World History               United States History
                                                                                                     ____________________
            Health/P.E.            Fine Art: ________

                                   Practical Art:
Keyboarding or Computer App                                             Personal Finance
                                   _______________
Elective: _________                Elective: _________

Alternate:                         Alternate:                    Alternate:                          Alternate:




             Graduation Requirements (Class of 2010 and Beyond)                         Additional Requirements for
                                     General                    College                 College Admission may include:
          Department
                                     Diploma                 Preparatory
                                                                                               3.0 G.P.A
Communication Arts                       4                         4                           Core Electives including Foreign
                                                                                                Language
Math                                     3                         4
                                                                                               Score at or above National
Science                                  3                         3                            Average on ACT or SAT
                                                                                               High Attendance Rate
Social Studies                           3                         3
Fine Arts                                1                         1                     Students should take classes in high school
                                                                                           that will meet the freshmen admission
Practical Arts
                                         1                         1                    requirements at the college or university that
(.5 Personal Finance)                                                                                they plan to attend.
P.E.                                     1                         1
Health                                  0.5                       0.5
Computer Applications                    1                         1
                                                                                         All Graduates Must Successfully
Electives                       7.5 (at least 1 core)    6.5 (3 specified core)              Complete the MO and US
              Total                      25                       25                         Constitution Assessments



               PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE:_______________________________________
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                 NORTHEAST VERNON COUNTY R-I HIGH SCHOOL
                         STUDENT SCHEDULE FORM

NAME: ________________________BIRTHDATE: __________GRADE NEXT YEAR: ____

ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________________

CITY: _____________________ ZIP: ___________ HOME PHONE:_________________

MOTHER’S NAME _________________________MOTHER’S PHONE : ________________
MOTHER’S WORK ____________________________ WORK PHONE:________________

FATHER’S NAME __________________________FATHER’S PHONE: _________________
FATHER’S WORK ____________________________ WORK PHONE:________________

     CLASS PERIOD                SEMESTER 1                 SEMESTER 2
           1
           2
           3
           4
           5
           6
           7
           8

ALTERNATE(S):
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
COMMENTS:
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________

  PARENT SIGNATURE: _______________________________ DATE: _____________

 PARENTS – IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SET UP AN APPOINTMENT TO DISCUSS YOUR CHILD’S
                  CLASS SCHEDULE, PLEASE CALL 465-2221 EXT 5.

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   PLEASE RETURN THIS FORM TO MRS. NAAS BY ___________________. THANKS!
               NORTHEAST VERNON COUNTY R-I HIGH SCHOOL
                         STUDENT SCHEDULE FORM

NAME: ________________________BIRTHDATE: __________GRADE NEXT YEAR: ____

ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________________

CITY: _____________________ ZIP: ___________ HOME PHONE:_________________

MOTHER’S NAME _________________________MOTHER’S PHONE : ________________
MOTHER’S WORK ____________________________ WORK PHONE:________________

FATHER’S NAME __________________________FATHER’S PHONE: _________________
FATHER’S WORK ____________________________ WORK PHONE:________________

     CLASS PERIOD                SEMESTER 1                 SEMESTER 2
           1
           2
           3
           4
           5
           6
           7
           8
ALTERNATE(S):
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
COMMENTS:
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________

  PARENT SIGNATURE: _______________________________ DATE: _____________

 PARENTS – IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SET UP AN APPOINTMENT TO DISCUSS YOUR CHILD’S
                  CLASS SCHEDULE, PLEASE CALL 465-2221 EXT 5.

   PLEASE RETURN THIS FORM TO MRS. NAAS BY ___________________. THANKS!
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