Course registration for junior year 2019-2020

Course registration for junior year 2019-2020

MIDDLE SCHOOL COURSE REGISTRATION 2020-2021 COURSE CARD FOR 2020-2021 All students will be receiving a paper copy of the course card in ELA Electronic registration through MyStudent Have a conversation with your teachers prior to selecting your courses Then have a conversation with your parents/guardians about your selections After you make your decisions, your parent/guardian must sign your card A grade level Counselor will be visiting your English Language Arts classroom for online registration Between February 19th-March 2nd COURSE SELECTION 6 period school day You must select 4 core courses English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies You must choose 2 full periods of electives and select additional alternatives. Choose top 6 electives options number 1-6 to indicate your level of interest in each elective choice with 1 being your top choice Course Descriptions will be posted on CCMHS website

SCHEDULE PLANNING SHEET7TH GRADE CORE/PE English Language Arts --ELA X M/J Language Arts 2 Advanced (1001050Z) Mathematics (Choose ONE) _____ M/J 7th Math (1205040Z) _____ M/J 7th Math Advanced (1205050Z) Directions: Classes are offered on the basis of the choices that you make. The choices that you make are binding. If you do not choose alternate elective courses and your first choice electives are full, your classes will be chosen for you.. Please choose wisely since you will be taking the classes that you select. Schedule change requests will not be honored. Some classes require a teacher signature for approval or the completion of an application. Science M/J Compre Sci 2 Advanced (2002080Z) *These classes require a prerequisite. M/J Compre Sci 2 Accelerated/Honors (2002085Z) (You must take 1-4 in order) Social Studies ___X _ M/J Civics Advanced (2106020Z) **These classes may require additional fees. These classes are co-curricular and require mandatory out of school,

evening attendance for performances that are part of a students grade. PE (Choose ONE) _____ M/J 7th Team Sports (1508200Z) _____ M/J Compre 7/8 PE (1508600Z) HS Credit denotes high school credit earning course. SCHEDULE PLANNING SHEET--7TH GRADE ELECTIVES Electives (Number Elective Choices 1-7 with #1 being the one you want most) _____ Criminal Justice 1Exploration of Criminal Justice (8900220Z) (SEMESTER) _____ Engineering 1Exploration of Tech Design (8600082-Z) (SEMESTER) _____ *Engineering 2Exploration of Robotics Tech (8600072-Z) (SEMESTER) _____ *Engineering 3Exploration of Power and Energy (8600252-Z)

(SEMESTER) _____ Exploration of 2-D Art (0101005Z) (SEMESTER) _____ Exploration of 3-D Art (0101035Z) (SEMESTER) _____ Coding Fundamentals 1 (9009200Z) (SEMESTER) _____ *Coding Fundamentals 2 (9009200Z) (SEMESTER) _____ Digital Media/Multimedia Foundations 1 (8201210Z) (FULL YEAR) _____ M/J Theatre 1 (0400000Z) (FULL YEAR)

_____ M/J Musical Theatre 1 (0400200Z) (FULL YEAR) _____ **Chorus 1 (1303000Z) or **Chorus 2 (1303010Z) CIRCLE ONE (FULL YEAR) _____ **Band 1 (1302000Z) or **Band 2 (1302010Z) CIRCLE ONE (FULL YEAR) _____ **Orchestra 1 (1302040Z) or **Orchestra 2 (1302050Z) CIRCLE ONE _____ **M/J Dance 1 (0300000Z) _____ Spanish 1 (HS Credit) 0708340Z _____ American Sign Language 1 (HS Credit) 0717300Z _____ Journalism 1--Yearbook (1006000Z)

(FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) COURSE PLANNING SHEET8TH GRADE CORE/PE English Language Arts --ELA X M/J 8th Language Arts 3, Advanced (1001080Z) Mathematics (Choose ONE) _____ 8th Grade Pre-Algebra (1205070Z) _____ Algebra 1 Honors (HS Credit) 1200320Z _____ Geometry 1 Honors (HS Credit) 1206320Z Science M/J Compre Sci 3 Advanced (2002110Z) ______ Physical Science Honors (HS Credit) 2003320Z Social Studies ___X M/J World History Advanced (2109020Z) PE (Choose ONE) 8th Individual & Team Sports (1508500Z) M/J Compre 7/8 PE (150870Z) Directions: Classes are offered on the basis of the choices that you make. The

choices that you make are binding. If you do not choose alternate elective courses and your first choice electives are full, your classes will be chosen for you. Please choose wisely since you will be taking the classes that you select. Schedule change requests will not be honored. Some classes require a teacher signature for approval or the completion of an application. *These classes require a prerequisite. (You must take 1-4 in order) **These classes may require additional fees. These classes are co-curricular and require mandatory out of school, evening attendance for performances that are part of a students grade. HS Credit denotes high school credit earning course. COURSE PLANNING SHEET8TH GRADE ELECTIVES Electives (Number Elective Choices 1-7 with #1 being the one you want most) _____ Criminal Justice 2--Intro to Law, Public Safety and Security (91603502-Z) _____ Engineering 1Exploration of Tech Design (8600082-Z)

_____ *Engineering 2Exploration of Robotics Tech (8600072-Z) _____ *Engineering 3Exploration of Power and Energy (8600252-Z). _____ *Engineering 4Space and Flight Exploration of Aerospace Technology (8600050Z) _____ Exploration of 2-D Art (0101005Z) (SEMESTER) _____ Exploration of 3-D Art (0101035Z) (SEMESTER)

_____ Digital Media/Multimedia Foundations 1 (8201210Z) _____ M/J Theatre 1 (0400000Z) or Theatre 2 (0400010Z) CIRCLE ONE _____ M/J Musical Theatre 1 (0400200Z) _____ **M/J Chorus 2 (1303010Z) or **M/J Chorus 3 (1303020Z) CIRCLE ONE (FULL YEAR) _____ **M/J Band 2 (1302010Z) or **M/J Band 3 (1302020Z) CIRCLE ONE (FULL YEAR)

_____ **M/J Orchestra 2 (1202050Z) or **M/J Orchestra 3 (1202060Z) CIRCLE ONE (FULL YEAR) _____ **Dance 1 (0300000Z) _____ **Dance 2 (APPLICATION REQUIRED) 0300010Z _____ Journalism 1--Yearbook (1006000Z) (FULL YEAR) _____ Journalism 2--Yearbook (1006010Z) (FULL YEAR)

_____ Pack Leader (APPLICATION REQUIRED) 1400000Z _____ Spanish 1 (HS Credit) 0708340Z _____ American Sign Language 1 (HS Credit) 0717300Z (SEMESTER) (SEMESTER) (SEMESTER) (SEMESTER) (SEMESTER) (FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR)

(FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) (FULL YEAR) TURNING IN YOUR COURSE CARD All students need to turn in their course cards to their ELA teachers no later than February 19th, 2020 NO SCHEDULE CHANGES WILL BE MADE PLEASE CHOOSE YOUR ELECTIVES WISELY REQUIRED APPLICATIONS Pack Leader 3.0 Grade Point Average required Dance 2 Application & Performance-based/try-outs Available online via CCMHS website under Registration tab Deadline for application is March 6th DATES TO REMEMBER

Curriculum Fair on February 18th from 6:00pm-8:00pm Parent Night February 18th from 7:15pm-7:45pm Counselor classroom visit for course registration February 19th-March 2nd Make sure to have your course card with you as a reference. The course card will be collected at end of class period. Deadline for Applications is March 6th PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD Behavioral Reminders Dress Code Tardy Kindness Positive Choices for a Positive Day Academic Reminders No Fs Missing assignments 0-100 HOWL Mission CELEBRATION

Coyote Cash: 6th- $48,757.00 7th-$54,951.00 8th-$39,043.00 QUESTIONS? If you have questions regarding the course cards, please make an appointment with your school counselor or see them at lunch.

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Shining a light on epilepsy Epilepsy Awareness www.epilepsy.ie

    Shining a light on epilepsy Epilepsy Awareness www.epilepsy.ie

    Calibri Arial Myriad Pro Tahoma Times New Roman EI standard PPT template 1_EI standard PPT template Epilepsy Awareness PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation SERVICES SERVICES PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint ...
  • Cornerstone: Creating Success through Positive Change 6th edition

    Cornerstone: Creating Success through Positive Change 6th edition

    Cornerstone: Creating Success through Positive Change 6th edition Chapter Two: Engage On the following questions, rank yourself from 1-5 Not at all = 1 Rarely = 2 Sometimes = 3 Often = 4 Very Often = 5 I'm unsure of...
  • CSNB 143 Discrete Mathematical Structures

    CSNB 143 Discrete Mathematical Structures

    Both recursive and explicit formula can have both finite and infinite sequence. Ex 5: Consider all the sequences below, and identify which sequence is recursive/explicit and finite/infinite. C1 = 5, Cn = 2Cn-1, 2 n 6 D1 = 3, Dn...
  • 슬라이드 1 - Db 보안 어떻게 이룰 것인가?

    슬라이드 1 - Db 보안 어떻게 이룰 것인가?

    지원 환경 지원가능 DBMS Oracle 8i, 9i, 10g IBM DB2 UDB 8.X IBM Informix Sybase ASE Sybase IQ Microsoft SQL 2000 and 2005 - MySQL, Teradata, 2008 Q2지원 예정 서버 OS (S-TAP Agent 설치시) Unix: HP-UX, AIX, Solaris Linux Windows...
  • Comparing postural stability analyses to differentiate fallers and

    Comparing postural stability analyses to differentiate fallers and

    Walking and balance is complex. Multiple mechanisms involved in slip and fall. ... 15. Lake, D.E., et al., Sample entropy analysis of neonatal heart rate variability. American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 2002. 283(3): p. R789-R797.
  • "How to Do Document Based Question Essays"

    "How to Do Document Based Question Essays"

    Supports the theme with relevant facts, examples, and details. Demonstrates a logical and clear plan of organization; includes an introduction and a conclusion that are beyond a restatement of the theme. Score of 3: Develops all aspects of the task...
  • Look Whos Becoming a FIP School in Ohio!

    Look Whos Becoming a FIP School in Ohio!

    Fairfield is a large suburban district serving 10,000 students. We have 600 teachers, so anything we do has to be well thought out. With all of the changes going on right now in the nation, state, and in our district...
  • BoldMoves Fundraising Workshop Boston, MA

    BoldMoves Fundraising Workshop Boston, MA

    Richard--I find this slide a bit technical. Do you think they need this level of detail in light of all the other slides? Corporate Prospect Research. Determine which industry sectors are most . compatible with your mission and programs.