Are CIS Classes Good for High School Students? Last year, at Kingsland High School’s Graduation Ceremony, Josie Hinze not only receiveed her High School Diploma, but also her Associates of Arts Degree before even attending any college or university. Fast-forward to one year later, and seven Kingsland students will be graduating high school with both their High School Diploma and AA Degree thanks to the collaboration of Riverland Community College and Kingsland High School for allowing high school students to take college-level courses in high school and receive college credit for them. Not only that, but there are several others who will be graduating Kingsland High School with transferrable college credit so their first few semesters might
University of Central Florida and Seminole State College their Paths to Economic Convenience The University of Central Florida (UCF) and Seminole State College (SSC) both serve the essential purpose of higher education. Nonetheless, future students should still be hesitant in choosing whether to attend UCF or SSC. Consider the cost of tuition and housing rates before choosing between these schools. Taking in consideration the diverge path both take on economic convenience, will help students decide whether to pay a high price for a higher education or a rather modest price on higher education.
The participants selected for this study will consist of both male and females 18 years or older. Specific ethic background is not a criterion in participant selection, therefore will not play a role in participant recruitment. Only individuals who have worked in or with the informal class reassignment program at Carmack Elementary will be selected to participate in this study. Carmack Elementary is a public elementary school, which is part of the San Bernardino City Unified School District. The San Bernardino City Unified School District is identified as a large public school district and is located within Southern California. Participants selected for this study will consist of special education teachers and special education school personnel.
On Wednesday, April 12, 2017, I, Officer McDaniel #147, while at James Coble Middle School, located at 1200 Ballweg Rd, Arlington, TX, I was approached by Assistant Principal Myers, Laura, W/F, DOB 02/16/1968, in reference to a cell phone screen that was broke by another student.
SSCM Gilmore made an unannounced visit to Grovetown Middle School in Grovetown Ga to interview Kaydence Reliford. The interview included SSCM, Kaydence Reliford, and Ryan Brown (school counselor). Kaydence stated that her relationship with mom and dad is that she is able to talk with mom more than dad. She stated she is able to talk with her dad, but it is normally after school. She stated that her parents used to rarely argue; however, now they are arguing every night. She stated she rarely gets punished. She stated normally her punishments for discipline include, banned from television, or phone being taken away. She state she doesn’t get spanked much at all. She commented that she slaps her sister at times, because her sister will get on
Rancho Minerva Middle School (RMMS) is located in the rural area within the Vista Unified School District (VUSD). A major issue occurring at RMMS is corresponding to sixth to eighth grade male students being recipients of ineffective punishments as a result of their disruptive behavior. Students’ disruptive behavior refers to those who engage in altercations, disrupt teachers during instruction time, and become involved in substance use. The ramifications for students with disruptive behaviors are followed by disciplinary approaches such as expulsions, suspensions, Saturday school, and after school detention. Such approach has resulted in students achieving lower academics which can also increase the chances of engaging in risky behavior outside the school. According to RMMS School Accountability Report Card (SARC), in the 2014-2015 school year, RMMS reported 10.4% suspensions which demonstrated to be higher than the previous years. Additional factors that have had an effect on suspension rates are the limited in house services provided to this particular population at RMMS. Though RMMS does not have an appointed mental health provider or personnel to assist with mental health support on site, students are granted the opportunity to be referred to outside providers/therapist for counseling services. However, this has been a major limitation for our
Ridgeway Junior High School faculty and staff alongside some parents of students of Ridgeway find themselves in the throws of a heated debate against other parents on the permissibility of providing students attending this junior high with contraception through the school. Ridgeway Junior High is a low income school located in Maryland, where black, latino and other students of color are in majority. In many recent years, Ridgeway has seen the increase of teen pregnancies, last year alone there was a district record high of 25 pregnant girls, which didn’t include students who didn’t report because they for example, secretly had an abortion. Franklin Junior High which is just outside of Lincoln Heights, where Ridgeway is located, is predominantly middle class white families and sees much lower instances of teenage pregnancy without having to provide contraception at school. The health class at Ridgeway is not that comprehensive, abstinence is preached, but not extensively, it warns of the dangers of teenage pregnancy and STDs,
Well it was January and teachers were ready for Spring 2008. The area superintendent was first on the morning agenda to share that Principal Mrs. C would no longer be a part of Creek Middle School, as she had decided to leave the district and seek employment elsewhere. The area
Should the personnel director be worried? Why or why not? To determinate if the personnel director at East High School is in trouble for these lawsuit is important to consider the two sides and see if the laws that protects minorities are valid for this case or the arguments from Tory Bolton are valid in the case.
I strongly disagree with the decision of my school board, Dickenson County School Board, for making the decision to extend the school day an hour and a half. I believe that this decision will not help the students or staff who are affected by this decision. Extending the school day
County Prep high school has always had my interest. With all it has to offer, I’ve decided to make it my high school of choice for several reasons. There are things like the extracurricular activities they offer, the amount of AP courses they have. They are also offering vocational programs and LEAP courses. County Prep gives me the resources I will need to
Clarendon School District 1 would like to announce the up coming start of the Clarendon Promise School. The school district is committed to providing all students with a world-class education to help them achieve their fullest potential. The Clarendon Promise School is an innovated grant program dedicated to help manifest the commitment of the district. Some of the program’s objectives are to offset academic failure by providing students facing academic hurtles one-on-one instruction, apply interventions to intercept high school dropout, and minimize office referrals from student behavior
Demonstrated Need Cartersville Middle School is the only middle school in the Cartersville City School System. The total system population is 5,623 (pre-K-12), and Cartersville Middle School has a student population of 993 students. It currently has 72 ELL students enrolled. Based on Bartow County Chamber of Commerce predictions, this number
What do i think would make the school district of woodland park high school better for the students and teachers, I believe that we need more options in our classes, some students get bored with the lack of classes and i think some of our more, athletic students, More educated students, some of our less educated students, some of our more educated students, and some of our more ambitious students should be able to move forward with ease through their high school and college years.
C. Description of the benefits of the project to the chapter and chapter members’ understanding of leadership development, social intelligence and community service