Scheduling Process (Grades 8-11)

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    Dear Students & Families (Grades 8-11):

    As we begin our second semester, it is time to focus on scheduling for the 2018-2019 school year.  Our 2018-2019 Program of Studies is available for families and students through our website. 

    Please use this document to assist you in creating or updating your comprehensive educational graduation plan.  Within the Program of Studies, you will find essential information detailing curricular offerings, course selection and scheduling.  We encourage you to use this as a guide throughout the scheduling process.

    Over the past several years, the district has been refining the process by:

    • Creating a student/parent friendly useful document.
    • Refining scheduling process to ensure all students spend time with their counselors and teachers to discuss course options.
    • Revising  pathway charts to clarify options for students as they move through various pathways.
    • Utilizing the Graduation Plan document.
    • Providing time in all classrooms for teachers to discuss their department's course pathway options with students.
    • Providing all students the opportunity to discuss course selections one-on-one with both their teachers and school counselor

    Our high school teachers will be sharing course recommendations for next year with all students through February 5, 2018.  After requests are submitted, our school counselors will be meeting with students to review course requests and address questions.  A list of significant dates and events are listed below for your information.  These events help to support our students through this process and guide their scheduling decisions as well.

    January 26-February 5

    PRMS teachers share course recommendations with current 8th grade students. PRHS teachers share course recommendation with individual students at the high school.

    January 30 at 7:30 a.m.

    Class meeting for Grade 8 in high school auditorium; representatives from each elective department will present.

    January 31 at 7:30 a.m.

    Class meeting for Grade 11 in high school auditorium; representatives from each elective department will present.

    January 31 at 9:15 a.m.

    Class meeting for Grade 10 in high school auditorium; representatives from each elective department will present.

    February 1 at 7:30 a.m.

    Class meeting for Grade 9 in high school auditorium; representatives from each elective department will present.

    February 13  at 6:30 p.m.

    Informational meeting for middle school and parochial parents in high school auditorium.  Teachers will be present to share information and answer questions about high school courses.

    February 15

    Grades 8 - 11 students will receive core academic course requests and informational letters during homeroom (high school) and social studies classes (middle school) for students to take home and choose electives.

    February 22

    Deadline for all students to return completed and signed academic course requests to homeroom teachers (high school) or social studies classes (middle school).

    February 26 - March 16

    Counselors will begin meeting students on an individual basis and input electives.

    March 20

    Students receive verification forms in home room (high school) or social studies classes (middle school). Students and parents are asked to verify only that the courses showing match their original course request form.

    March 22

    Deadline for signed verification forms to be returned to homeroom teacher (high school) or social studies classes (middle school).  

     
    Sincerely, 
    Nancy Bowman
    Principal
    Laura Burns
    Assistant Principal
    Stephanie (Skrinjar) Svilar
    Assistant Principal

     

     

Scheduling Resources

Program of Studies