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									    Welcome
       to
Sierra Pacific High
      School
      Established 2009
 Home of the
“Golden Bears”
Sierra Pacific High
      School
         Principal
       Roger Hartman

         Counselors
         Ed Kotoian
         Maria Lee

    Activities Coordinator
        Nancy Nunes
8th Grade Registration
  Parents receive materials from 8th grade
   schools
  Counselors visit schools to register students
  Counselors enter course requests into
   computer database via internet
  Sierra Pacific staffing is begun
  Master Schedule of classes is created based
   on student course requests
  Students get schedules at walk-through in
   August
Student and Parent
    Handbooks
 Bell Schedules
 Policies (dress code, discipline,
  attendance, etc.)
 Graduation Requirements
 Rights and Responsibilities
 Procedures
Course Catalog
 Important phone
  numbers
 Graduation
  requirements
 College admission
  requirements
 Course descriptions
 Academic policies
   HJUHSD Graduation
     Requirements
 265 Total Credits
 California High School Exit Exam
  (CaHSEE)
 No Debts to the District (ceremony)
 HJUHSD Core Graduation
     Requirements
40 credits   English
30 credits   History/Social Science
             (World Hist, US Hist, Civics/Econ)
20 credits   Mathematics
             (Including Algebra 1 or higher)
20 credits   Science
             (10 Biological, 10 Physical)
10 credits   Fine Arts
10 credits   Career Technical Education (CTE)
20 credits   Physical Education (P.E. 1 required for all 9th graders)
10 credits   Success 101 (required for all 9th graders)
105 credits Electives
  College Admissions
   A-G Requirements
A - HISTORY/SOCIAL SCIENCE: 20 credits/2 yrs
B - ENGLISH: 40 credits/4 yrs
C - MATHEMATICS: 30 credits/3 yrs (UC
   recommends 40 credits/4 yrs)
D - LABORATORY SCIENCE: 20 credits/2 yrs (UC
   recommends 30 credits/3 yrs)
E - LANGUAGE-OTHER THAN ENGLISH: 20
   credits/2 yrs of same language (UC rec. 30 credits/3
   yrs)
F - VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS: 10 credits/1
   yr
G - COLLEGE PREP ELECTIVE: 10 credits/1 yr
Sierra Pacific Electives
Career and Technical           Arts: Visual & Performing
   Education (CTE)                   Art 1: Visual Arts
Agriculture 1 - Intro to Ag       Marching/Symph Band
    Ag Mechanics 1                   Beginning Drama
                                       Concert Choir
Intro to Industrial Processes             Jazz Band
     Word Processing 1                   Percussion
          Business 1                    Color Guard
          Science                   World Languages
    Biology—Advanced                   Spanish 1 or 2
        Earth Science         Spanish for Spanish Speakers 1, 2
                                            Other
         Ag Biology                        AVID 9
      Ag Earth Science             Journalism/Yearbook 1
                                    Student Government
       Sample Freshman
          Schedule
English       English 1
Math          Algebra
Required      Success 101
Course
Physical Ed   P.E. 1
Elective      CTE (e.g: Word Proc 1)
Elective      World Language (e.g: Spanish)
Elective      Art (e.g: band)
     Sample Freshman
    Advanced Schedule
English       Advanced English
Math          Advanced Geometry
Required      Success 101
Course
Physical Ed   P.E. 1
Elective      Advanced Biology
Elective      World Language (e.g: Spanish)
Elective      Art (e.g: band)
   Sample Freshman
 Schedule with Support
English       English 1
Elective      Academic Literacy
Math          Algebra 1
Required      Success 101
Course
Physical Ed   P.E. 1
Elective      Interest (e.g.: Ag Science 1)
Elective      Skills (e.g.: Word Processing 1)
     Eligibility Policy
   2.0 GPA or higher.
   No more than one “F” grade.
   No more than one “Unsatisfactory” mark.
   Maintain satisfactory citizenship.
   Maintain satisfactory attendance.
Citizenship
 Attendance

 Punctuality

 Responsibility

 Behavior
   Attendance
 Why it is important?      90% Requirement
   State law                 18 days per year
   Academic success          Exceptions:
   Graduation ceremony          Doctors note
                                 Court subpoena
                                 Funeral of immediate
 Procedures for                  family
  clearing attendance         Ways to make up
   Phone call/note from       attendance:
    parent                       Summer School
   Note from                    Saturday School
    doctor/court
Counselor Roles
  Academic Counseling


  College Planning


  Career Planning

  Group and Individual
  Crisis Intervention
HJUHSD Online
  Gradebook
      HJUHSD Online
        Gradebook
 Getting started
      Provide email address to school (sign up sheet
       on back table)
      You will receive an email from the school with
       your private password and instructions for
       logging onto the online gradebook
 Benefits
      24/7 access to your child’s grades
      Up-to-date access on your child’s attendance
       Athletics
         (Interest based)
             Fall Sports
               Football
          Girls Volleyball
            Girls Tennis
           Winter Sports
     Boys and Girls Basketball
       Boys and Girls Soccer
           Spring Sports
              Baseball
               Softball
          Track and Field
Other Sports if participation warrants
           Cross County
            Boys Tennis
             Water Polo
             Swimming
              Wrestling
                 Golf
      Clubs and Activities
California Scholarship   MECHA
 Federation (CSF)        MESA Society
Cheerleading             S.A.L.A.D Bowl
Class Activities         Student of the
Drama Club               Month
Future Farmers of
 America (FFA)
Fellowship of
 Christian Students
      Parent Involvement
        Opportunities
   Ag Parents Club
   Athletics Boosters
   Band Boosters
   School Site Council: Monthly
   Extra-Curricular Activities (sporting events,
    dances, etc.)
   English Language Advisory Committee
   Bilingual/Migrant Ed Parents
   Bear - PAC-(Parent Advisory Committee)
   Clerical assistants
   Tutoring assistants
   Summer School

•Students scoring at basic or
    below on the CST in
    English and/or Math.
•Students interested in
    Junior Police Academy or
    NJROTC.
    **Subject to availability of resources.
Thank You!


   … and welcome to
Sierra Pacific High
      School

								
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