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  • Perry Meridian High School 8th Grade Parent Meeting

    January 31, 2018

    “Engaging Students Today to Empower Leadership for tomorrow”

  • A Special Time and a Special Place…Transitions

    TRADITIONS – TRUE HS EXPERIENCE: ❑ Academic Rigor – Expansive and Viable Curriculum ❑ Advanced Placement – Dual Credit Courses – Early College ❑ Extracurricular Activities - Clubs TRANSITION FROM MS TO HS – FUTURE IS NOW: ❑ Academic Planning - Course Selection - Interests ❑ Adolescent Independence - Young Adults PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT: ❑ Academic Planning Meetings – Goal is to ensure our parents are involved ❑ Vital role in their success - Challenge to stay actively involved ❑ Foster and encourage their extraordinary capacity – Healthy Balance

  • General Tips for Success

    ❏ Stay Calm - Students sense anxiety and trepidation ❏ Stay Informed - Make sure your Skyward email is listed

    correctly (Naviance). ❏ Be patient - You are important to us, but we have students

    that are finishing their HS experience and transitioning ❏ Don’t overschedule - Balance, Balance, Balance ❏ Schedule with your child, not for your child ❏ Make decisions based on the needs of your child- not your

    Neighbors, friends, family members

  • Indiana Dept. of Education Perry Meridian High School

    YEAR LETTER GRADE 2014 B 2015 B 2016 B 2017 B

  • https://www.facebook.com/Perry-Meridi an-High-School-755335077910559/

    https://www.facebook.com/Perry-Meridian-High-School-755335077910559/ https://www.facebook.com/Perry-Meridian-High-School-755335077910559/

  • Names to Know: •Mr. Boedicker- Principal •Mr. Albright- Vice Principal •Mrs. Brewer- Vice Principal •Mr. Klipsch- Dean •Mrs. Buesking- Dean •Mr. Schornick- Athletic Director

  • Counselors ✰ Mrs. Mills A-Da ✰ Mrs. Morrow De-H ✰ Mr Magdalinos I-Mo ✰ Mrs. Shull Mu-Si ✰ Mr. Cottingham Sj-Z ✰ Mr. Miller Guidance Director

  • Choices After High School

    • Sponge off your parents • Enter the workforce • Join the service • Begin an apprenticeship • Enter college

    – 2 year – 4 year

  • Hoosier Hot 50 Jobs

    Indiana Department of Workforce Development

    1 Registered Nurses: $57,370 Education: Associate’s/Bachelor’s

    2 K-12 Teacher: $49,151 Education: Bachelor’s

    3 Heavy & Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers: $38,470 Education: Certification

    http://www.in.gov/dwd/

  • Class of 2016 Follow Up Survey

  • Where did they go? School Number of Perry Students Attended

    2016

    Ivy Tech 71

    IUPUI 40

    Indiana University 25

    Indiana State University 15

    University of Indianapolis 17

    Ball State University 19

    Franklin College 9

    Purdue University 4

    Marian University 7

  • What does it take to get into a 4 year college/university?

    • This will all appear on your transcript! – Type of Diploma – Classes taken + grades – Grade Point Average (GPA) – SAT or ACT- usually taken in grade 11 – Grade 10 Assessment – Attendance

  • 2016 Freshman Profile Class School Average

    GPA SAT Score ACT Score Total

    Enrollment for 2016

    Incoming Freshman for 2016

    Acceptance Rate

    IUPUI 2.8 1039 28,748 4,003

    Purdue University 3.5-4.0 1180-1380 25-31 30,043 7,200 60%

    Indiana University 3.53-4.0 1180-1360 25-31 32,924 7,875

    Indiana State University 2.5 1000 20-21 13,565

    Ball State University 3.5 1060 23 16,602 3,900 65%

    Ivy Tech Indianapolis Branch

    CR:460 Writing: 460 Math: 520

    20,711

    University of Indianapolis 3.49 1099 *Old SAT

    23 5,400 994

    Franklin College 3.08-3.78 1340-1630 19-26 1,087 336

    Hanover College 1,133

    Anderson University 1041 1,883 420 33.1%

    Butler University 3.54-4.07 1160-1310 25-30

  • Types of Diplomas

    • Core 40

    • Core 40 with Technical Honors

    • Core 40 with Academic Honors

  • HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS SUBJECT CORE 40 DIPLOMA CORE 40 WITH

    TECHNICAL HONORS DIPLOMA

    CORE 40 WITH ACADEMIC HONORS

    DIPLOMA

    English 4 years 4 years 4 years

    Math 3 years 3 years 4 years **

    Science 3 years 3 years 3 years

    Social Studies 3 years 3 years 3 years

    PE I/II Health

    3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

    Foreign Language

    2 years (recommended) 2 years (recommended) 3 years of 1 language or **

    2 years of 2 languages

    Fine Arts (Music and Art)

    None None 1 year or ** 2 credits

    TOTAL NEEDED FOR GRADUATION

    40 credits 47 credits 47 credits

    Class of 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022: Students must pass the ISTEP English and ISTEP Mathematics. Student must take a mathematics course or quantitative reasoning course each year in high school.

  • • Core 40 with Academic Honors 47 Credits Minimum grade for each core course is C- (1.667) Minimum Cum GPA of 3.000

    Must Complete One: -Two Dual Credit Courses or -Two AP Courses or -One Dual Credit Course and One AP Course or

    -Score 1200 on Math/CR SAT or -Score 26 Composite on ACT

  • Advanced Placement

    • Lit. & Comp. - Eng 11 • Lang. & Comp. - Eng 12 • Calculus I- AB • Calculus II- BC • Statistics • Computer Science • Spanish V • Music Theory • Studio Art:

    – 2D, Drawing, 3D

    • Biology • Chemistry II- new • Environmental Science • Physics I B • Physics II C: Mechanics • US Gov. & Politics • Psychology • US History • World History • Seminar • Research

  • Dual Credit

    • IU-Bloomington – Chemistry I H – German III, IV, V

    • UIndy – International Business

    • Ivy Tech – PLTW

    • IED • POE • DE

    • Ivy Tech – Finite Math – Bus Law/Ethics – Prin. of Bus. Mngt – Prin. of Mkt – Comp. Prog. – Dig. Appl. & Responsibility – French III and IV

  • • Core 40 with Technical Honors – Must Attend C-9 for this Diploma

    47 Credits Minimum grade for each core course is C- (1.667) Minimum Cum GPA of 3.000

    • State Approved Industry Recognized Cert. OR • 6 Dual Credit

    • AND then complete one- Requirement from AHD Diploma Work Keys, Accuplacer or Compass-

    » min. score

  • Sample:

    A 4.0 C 2.0 B+ 3.333 A- 3.667 B 3.0 B 3.0

    Total= 19 / 6 =

    3.1666 GPA

  • Words to know:

    • CREDIT: One credit is awarded for each class you pass with a D- or above each semester.

    • REQUIRED CLASSES: Classes which you must pass to graduate include English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Health and Physical Education.

  • Words to know:

    • ELECTIVE: Classes which you choose to take to help fulfill the 40 credits and it may include: Foreign Language, Business, Art, Music, Family/Consumer Science, and Technology Education.

    • PREREQUISITE: A prerequisite course must be taken and passed before you can take another course. For example, you must take 2D Art before you can take Drawing.

  • 8th Grade Scheduling Process • 8th Grade Lang Arts, Math, Science, EL, For. Lang, Sp.

    Ed. teachers met to review the “Recommendation Sheet for 9th Grade Scheduling”

    • Parent cover letter with dates, Recommendation sheet, Student Plan Sheet mailed to families

    • Tonight’s parent meeting • Students return their recommendation sheet and blue

    plan sheet to their science teacher on February 8th. • H.S. counselors will give a presentation on February 9th

    to each 8th grade science class and review the blue plan sheet.

    • Students will put schedules in the computer the week of February 12th with their E/LA classroom.

  • Guidelines for Placement Lexile Score Range- SRI Suggested Class

    Placement for English Suggested Class Placement for Science

    200-900 English 9 Biology

    901-1200 English 9 CP Biology CP

    1201+ English 9 Honors Biology H or CP

  • English

    • English – English 9 a/b- Read 180*- Double Block – English 9 a/b – CP English 9 a/b – Honors English 9 a/b – Honors/GT English 9 a/b

    • Student will need to maintain or increase his/her current level of EFFORT in order to be successful at the above recommendation.

  • Math

    • Math – Algebra I a/b- Alg. Enrichment a/b

    • double block – Algebra I a/b – CP Geometry a/b – Algebra II a/b

    • Student will need to maintain or increase his/her current level of EFFORT in order to be successful at the above recommendation.

  • Science

    • Science – Biology a/b – CP Biology a/b – Honors Biology a/b

    • Student will need to maintain or increase his/her current level of EFFORT in order to be successful at the above recommendation.

  • Social Studies

    – Geography/History of the World – World History – AP World History- additional form must be

    completed

  • World Language Electives Spanish Levels 1-6 AP @ 5 and 6 French Levels 1-5 Ivy