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OFFICE ASSISTANT

Application Only

Elective Credit

11th & 12th Grade Only

(2212)-Student Service, Attendance, Main, Career Center

(2218)-Counseling Center

Semester/Year

Juniors and seniors may APPLY for enrollment as office assistants. Students must be responsible, punctual, and mature. Students must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA and satisfactory citizenship (no U’s). Grading is pass/fail, non-GPA. Students will be selected by application and interview. Please contact Mrs. Calder, Mrs. Wootton, for application packets and registration information.

 

TEACHER ASSISTANT

(Application Only)

(2214)

Elective Credit

11th & 12th Grade Only

Semester

Students that wish to assist teachers with classroom records and procedures must obtain an application form from individual teachers they would like to work with. Students should complete the application form and return it to their counselors during fall registration for final approval and class change information. Grading is pass/fall, non-GPA.

 

Prerequisite: 3.0 cumulative GPA, satisfactory citizenship (no U’s).

 


 

PEER TUTOR

Elective Credit

(2252)

Year

This course is valuable for students interested in medical professions, allied health services, or human services. Students acting as peer tutors take part in classroom teaching and/or supervision of off-campus activities. Students will be involved in at least one after-school activity with one or more disabled peer(s) a term. Students must register for this class through their counselor or through the teacher. Students will receive graded, GPA credit. Prerequisites: Counselor or teacher permission.


RELEASED TIME

RELEASED TIME - OTHER

NO CREDIT

(0850)

Year

To be released from compulsory education students must apply and be approved by the district. Applications available in Student Services.

 

RELEASE FROM EDU

NO CREDIT

(0610)

District approval only

Parents may release students for religious instruction or other school-approved activities any of the 8 class periods on either Block A or Block B throughout the regular school day.

 

EARLY COLLEGE

You will be admitted to college and earn an official transcript. Your classes will be taught by university faculty, and you will choose classes from the whole university listing. You may choose to take some classes at your high school, participate in activities there, and graduate with you class. You can enjoy university life and access many campus resources, such as tutorial services, career and personal counseling, athletics association memberships, cultural events, honors program, travel study, student activities, etc. You will get personalized advisement from an Early Access academic advisor. Your credit will transfer to other universities. You and/or your family will be responsible for the cost of your university tuition and fees, books and parking permit. You will need an ACT score and a good grade point average to be accepted into the program. Early college students are not eligible for federal aid. It will be up to you to coordinate your university life with your high school life. Your early college credits/grades will be placed on your permanent college transcript.

 

STUDY SKILLS PEER SUPPORT

Elective Credit

(7860)

(See counselor)

Year

This course is valuable for students interested in providing support to sophomore and junior students in study skills classes. Students acting as peer tutors take part in classroom teaching and/or supervision of study skills activities. Students will be involved in one of the classes for study skills students. Students must register for this class through their counselor, trackers or through the study skills teacher. Students will receive graded, GPA credit. Prerequisites: Counselor or academy teacher permission.