Counselor Assignments - San Ramon Valley Unified School District by jizhen1947

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									     Welcome To
San Ramon Valley High
       School
  Home of the Wolves
  Counselor Assignments
A – Cha    Jennifer Kessler     552-3035
Che – Ge   Craig Ritts          552-3025
Gh – K     Nancy Conti          552-3027
L – Ni     Sara Spence          552-3045
No – Sch   Jenifer Levy-Wendt   552-3092
Sci – Z    Vivian Srouji        552-3033
            Role of Counselor
To Access Counselor:
  Drop in before school, during brunch or lunch
  or during the school day by appointment.
  Email: critts@srvhs.org or phone
Students are encouraged to direct questions to
  individual counselor.
Typical Services: Academic Counseling,
  Conflict Resolution, Post Secondary Planning,
  Referrals, Academic and personal crisis
  counseling.
          Important Dates
 April 5, AP Evening 7 pm PAC
 April 17, Home Room to return Course
    Selection Material
 April 28, College Connection 1-4:50

    St. Mary’s College
         Important Dates
Summer School at Los Cerros Middle School
       or Venture
Session 1 6/22 – 7/13 8:00 am – 12:25 pm
Session 2 7/16 – 8/3 8:00 am – 12:25 pm
              Remediation only
      Important Dates
 Packet Pick-Up – 8/16 and 8/17
      Cafeteria 9:00 – 3:00
 Wolf Pack Days –

      Tuesday - 8/21 8-12 and 3-7
      Wednesday 8/22 7am -12pm
 1st Day of School Monday - 8/27

 Evening with Principal - 9/12

      7:00 pm PAC
           Agenda
 Graduation  Requirements
 Subject and Credit Requirements

 Course Selection

 College Entrance Requirements

 Question and Answer Session
Graduation Requirements
  English                                  40 Credits
  Math - (Must Pass Algebra 1B or equiv)   20 Credits
  Social Studies                           35 Credits
  Science                                  20 Credits
  Physical Education                       20 Credits
  Foreign Language
  Visual/Performing Arts                   20 Credits
  Vocational/Applied Arts
  Health                                   5 Credits
             Sub Total                      160 Credits
  Electives                                 80 Credits
               Total                        240 Credits
   Pass CAHSEE
     Length of School Day
All 12th graders must be enrolled in periods 1 – 6

Period 1 – 6 required per district policy
                  8:30 – 3:10 M W TH FR
                  9:30 – 3:10 Tuesdays

Optional seventh class – A Period (If available)
                 7:30 – 3:10 M W TH FR
                 8:40 – 3:10 Tuesdays
         Course Selection



These are the planned course offerings for 2007-08
      We strongly encourage you to follow
           recommended guidelines.
Budget and enrollment may impact whether or not
          these courses are provided.
              English
 English 12 (Year)
 English Literature AP (Year)

 Composition (Year)

 Film as Literature (Year)

   Non College – Prep
                   Social Studies
   American Government             Law (Semester)
        (Semester)                  Psychology (Semester)
   American Gov. AP (Year)         Psychology AP (Year)
   Economics (Semester)            Vietnam Era (Semester)
   Economics AP (Year)             Roots of Rock Music
   European History AP (Year)       (Semester)
                                    Great Political Thinkers
   Civil War (Semester)             & Mass Movements
   World War II (Semester)          (Semester)
                                    AP Comparative Gov’t
                                     (Must be taken
                                     concurrently with English
                                     12-Team taught)
                  Mathematics
   Algebra 1 ( Year)             Math Topics Advanced
                                   (Year)
   Standards Algebra (Year)
                                  Statistics AP (Year)
   Geometry (Year)
                                  Trig/Math Analysis
   Algebra 2 (Year)               (Year)
   Algebra 2 Advanced            Trig/Math Analysis
    (Year)                         Honors (Year)
                                  Calculus AB AP (Year)
                                  Calculus BC AP (Year)
       Physical Science
 Physical Earth Science (Year)
 Chemistry (Year)

 Chemistry Honors (Year)

 Chemistry AP (Year)

 Physics (Year)

 Physics Honors (Year)

 Physics B AP (Year)
          Life Science
   Life Science (Year)
   Biology (Year)
   Biology AP (Year)
   Anatomy/Physiology (Year)
   Environmental Science AP (Year)
         Physical Education
   See course selection for course listings
         World Languages
   French 1 (Year)             Latin 1 (Year)
   French 2 (Year)             Latin 2 (Year)
   French 3 (Year)             Mandarin 1 (Year)
   French 4 Honors (Year)      Spanish 1 (Year)
   French Language AP (Year)   Spanish 2 (Year)
   German 1 (Year)             Spanish 3 (Year)
   German 2 (Year)             Spanish 4 Honors (Year)
   German 3 (Year)             Spanish Language AP (Year)
   German 4 Honors (Year)
Visual/Performing Arts All Year Long Courses

   Art 1
   Art 3
   Studio Art AP
   3 D Art 1
   Graphic Design 1
   Dance 1 - 5
   Photography
   Photography Adv
   Digital Photo
   Theatre Arts 1 – 4
   Theatre Production
   Oral Interpretation
   Concert Band
   Jazz Band - Audition
   Jazz Ensemble - Audition
   Music Theory AP
          Visual/Performing Arts
   Symphonic Band - Audition
   Orchestra
   Men’s Ensemble
   Women’s Ensemble
   Treble Choir - Audition
   Concert Choir - Audition
   Chamber Singer - Audition
   Dance 1 – 5
   Art of Video Production 1
   Art & Animation 1 – ROP
   Multimedia 1 - ROP
         Vocational/Applied Arts
   Careers with Children (ROP) (Semester)
   Culinary Arts 1 (Semester)
   Culinary Arts 2 (Semester)
   Sun Java Programming (Comp 1)(Semester)
   Computer AP (Year)
   Web Page Design (Year)
   Internet Essentials (Semester)
   Auto 1 (Semester)
   Auto 2 (Semester)
   Alternative Fuels (Semester)
   Auto Technology (ROP) (Semester)
   Careers in Education (Semester)
   Business Computer Applications (ROP) (Semester)
   Sports Medicine (ROP) (Year)
                Non-Departmental
   Journalism (Semester)
   Speech 2 (Year)
   Yearbook (Year)
   Newspaper (Semester)
   Creative Writing (Semester)
   Engineering (Year)
   Work Experience (Semester) (Documentation Required)
   Marching Band (Semester)
   Unscheduled A (Fall, Spring )
        Use for 6 Period Day
College Courses on SRVHS Site
• Intro to Business - Bus 109 (DVC) (Fall )
• BusMK 255/Advertising (DVC) (Spring)
• Sign Language 280 (DVC) (Spring)
        Special Education
 Resource /Tutorial
 Full Inclusion

 Pre Transition

  IEP Required for all these programs
   Semester 1           Semester 2

English             English
Government          Economics

Alternate Choices   Alternate Choices
    Community College Admission
   High School Graduation, California High
    School Proficiency Exam, or 18 years old
   Assessments in Math, Writing & Reading
    Comprehension
   Counseling Orientation Course
   Certificate Programs
   AA Degree
   4 Year College Transfer
       CSU/UC Entrance a-g Requirements
all courses must be completed with a grade of C or better
 a      History (2 years): one year of
             World/European History; one year
             US History or one semester US and
             one semester American Government
 b      English (4 years)
 c      Math (3 years) must include Algebra 1,
             Geometry, Algebra 2
 d      Laboratory Science (2 years) one year life,
             one year physical
CSU/UC a-g Entrance Requirements
e   World Languages (completion of 2nd
          level of the same language)
f   Visual/Performing Arts (single year long
          approved course)
g   Elective (additional year or two
          semesters of SRVHS approved
          courses)
          Additional Requirements
   CSU                            UC
      SAT Reasoning Test             SAT Reasoning Test

       or ACT                           or ACT
      Application deadline           SAT II

      November 30th for                (2 tests in different
       priority admissions              subject areas)
      More information go to           Personal Statement
       www.csumentor.edu              November 30th Application
                                       deadline
                                      Comprehensive Review

                                      More information go to
                                       www.ucop.edu/pathways
Independent Colleges/Universities and
         Public Out of State
        Colleges/Universities
      Check Admission Requirements
        Course Requirements
        Testing Requirements

        Grade Point Average Requirements (GPA)

        Letters of Recommendation (Private)

        Essays and/or personal statements

        Comprehensive Review
      Annual East Bay
     College Connection

Date: April 28
Time: 1 - 4:50
Place: Saint Mary’s College
               Career Center
 Career Center Coordinators
    Candy Jewett, Carolyn Mackell 552-3007
   Hours 8:00 - 4:00 Monday - Friday
   College/Testing/Career/Scholarship/
    Volunteer Opportunities/Financial Aid/Work
    Permits/Job Board/
    College Rep Visits/Computer Search,Videos
    and College Catalogues

**Library Open M-W-TH-F 7:15 – 3:30,
      Tuesday 8:00 – 3:00
              Checklist for Seniors
   Review high school transcript and status report. Make sure you
    are meeting high school graduation requirements
   Four year college must meet “a-g” requirements with at least a
    “C” grade.
   Use SRVUSD Summer School or DVC to remediate “D’s” &
    “F’s”
   Maintain solid college prep program for senior year
   Athletes Division I & II - complete NCAA Clearinghouse
    paperwork (Online www.ncaaclearinghouse.net)
   SAT/ACT Testing for UC/CSU complete by October, if
    possible. Send scores to colleges of your choice.
   CSU & UC Applications available in Career Center by October
    1st - Apply On Line
   Attend College Fairs
        More College Information
   Prepare a resume, parent brag sheet, personal
    statement before requesting letters of
    recommendation (letters for private colleges).
   Community Service
   Visit colleges
   Maintain solid college preparatory program
    and GPA in senior year.
   File for Financial Aid January 1st
  Thank you for
    attending
   and have a
pleasant evening.

								
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