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Junior Greenies 101

Classroom Guidance Lesson given to Traditional 11th Graders by Mr. Klinger, Guidance Counselor
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Kevin Klinger

on 27 November 2017

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Transcript of Junior Greenies 101

LVS/FLVS
Graduation Requirements
& Grades

Support
College & Career
Counselors
Diplomas &
Graduation Requirements
1 ENTIRE
COURSE
1 Credit
OR
1/2 Credit
Flyer in Guidance Lobby for Instructions
Counselors
Automatically
Approve Courses
24 Credits (CRs)
2.0 Unweighted GPA
College & Scholarships
Lee Virtual School (LVS)
Standardized Tests
Communicating with Counselors
Credit Recovery
Options
1. 1 Device Per Team
2. Go to:




3. Enter Game PIN:


4. Choose Team Name


www.kahoot.
it

1
ONLINE
Course
4 CRs English
4 CRs Math
3 CRs Science
3 CRs Social Studies
1 CR Fine or Performing Arts
1 CR P.E.
8 CRs Electives

MUST PASS: Achievement Level 3
*FSA 10th Reading
*

Algebra 1 EOC


EOC's = 30% of Final Grade
Biology, Geometry, US History
Don't
need Counselor Appointment after Requesting a Course.
Request It & Wait a Week
School Counselor Caseloads
(HOPE)
Greenies 101
Services of the Guidance Department
1. E2020
Credit Recovery Lab

2. Retake Online @
LVS/FLVS

3. Retake @
FMHS
(S1 x .35)
+ (S2 x .35)
+ (EOC x .30)
------------------
Final Grade

HELP!
OR
ACT Reading
(19)
Concordant

OR
SAT Critical Reading
(430)
Concordant
OR PERT Math
(97)
Concordant
IF you stumble, ASK for HELP!
What do I do IF I
FAIL
a Course?
You can still earn
FULL CREDIT
for a course if your
OVERALL FINAL AVERAGE
IS >60%
Formula EOC Courses
Course History/Transcripts
Assignments & Grades
Inside Your Class Grade Book
Athletic Eligibility Too!
That's Cool Klinger...
How do I know if I'm on Track?
FOCUS
LET'S PLAY A GAME!
10th & 12th Traditional:

9th & 11th Traditional:
& ACCESS
9th & 10th IB:

11th & 12th IB:
Kevin Klinger
Sheryl Jones
Laura Barrow
Melissa Hendrix
IB Coordinator:
Joan Becker
Administrative Team
Principal:
Asst. Principal:
Asst. Principal:
Asst. Principal:
Asst. Principal:
David LaRosa
Misty Bernard
Brian Pollitt
Jamie Kirschner
Michele Stanford
("End of Course")
11th/12th
11th/12th
GPA Calculations
GPA
Grades & QP's
Weighted Grades
Final Exams and Course Grades
Courses & Credits
GPA, Test Scores, Service Hours
Greenie Sports
Greenie Clubs
Monitoring Grades
Receiving Communication from FMH
FOCUS Parent Portal
Grades are posted every
TUESDAY
Parentlink
How Can Parents Stay
Involved & Informed?
fmh.leeschools.net/bright-futures
How Can I Help My Student?
Study Skills & Tips for Success
Great Study Environment
Tutoring & Extra Help
The Successful Parent
Academic Support & Course Selection
Post-Secondary Planning
Transcripts & Recommendations
Make-Up Work (Ext. Absences: 48 hrs)
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Parents
Students
Appt's by
Appt's by Request Form
Make-Up Work
Parent/Teacher Conf.
Transcript Requests
Recommendations
Unweighted GPA
: HS Graduation, Athletic Eligibility, Dual Enrollment Eligibility, Bright Futures Scholarship, NCAA Eligibility

Weighted GPA:
College Admissions, Class Ranking, Honorary Societies
Parent Approval REQUIRED
Personal Issues & Crisis
Show ME
the MONEY!
More Information to Follow from IB Coordinator & Counselors
Florida State University System (SUS)
FOCUS for Parents
SIGN-UP AND LOGIN
Monitoring Grades, Assignments, & Attendance
Viewing Class Assignments & Grades
X
= Exempt
Z
= Not Yet Graded (Calculated as 0)
0
= Cannot be made up
focus.leeschools.net
How to Read a Schedule
1. Email Teacher or leave a message first (discuss concerns with teacher)
2. Contact Counselor or Guidance Department to schedule Conference
3. Request which faculty members to attend the meeting
4. Discuss: Homework, Classwork, Time Management, Attendance, etc.
5. Academic strengths & Areas for growth
6. Connect with additional help, tutoring opportunities, outside resources

Parent/Teacher Conferences
1. ALWAYS USE YOUR AGENDA BOOK!
2. Organize your work/study space
3. Use a separate notebook for each class
4. Use flashcards regularly and draw pictures to help with concepts
5. Use graphs/tables/diagrams/charts to help with studies
6. Rewrite sections of notes and review study sheets
7. Participate in study sessions with other students and teachers
8. Participate in class and ask questions when unsure of directions
9. Keep “To Do” lists & keep it organized
10. Break down large projects
11. Review notes daily
12. Use a highlighter!!
13. On tests and assignments, read directions carefully
14. Answer questions that you know on a test first
15. Budget your time
16. Use free time to study, a few minutes can make a difference
17. Know your GPA, Credits, Graduation Requirements and Progress
18. Do Green Day homework on Green Day & White Day homework on White Day

Study Skills & Tips for Success
1. Tells student daily h/she is loved and shows it
2. Gives student a hug every day
3. Spends frequent quality time with student
4. Showers student with praise and positive attention
5. Tells student daily they are good, smart, and capable
6. Catches student doing good and lets them hear it daily
7. Recognizes progress. Praises steps taken and efforts made
8. Talks to student daily about school
9. Provides good place to study at home
10. If not doing well in school, finds reasons and seeks help ASAP
11. Student knows inappropriate behavior at school and has consequences at home
12. Respects student and student respects parent(s)
13. Listens to student
14. Helps student set high goals
15. Helps student with inner, moral and spiritual life
16. Teaches student good manners and how to be respectful of others
17. Establishes fair rules
18. Consistently and reasonably enforces rules
19. Provides child with structure and boundaries
20. Teachers student what is okay and not okay to do
21. Talks to student about sex, drugs, alcohol, social media, and abiding laws
22. Holds student accountable for their actions
23. Corrects student when they need correcting
24. Is involved in their student’s life
25. Knows where their student is
26. Knows whom their child is with (friends/parents)
27. Knows what their child is doing
28. Makes school and learning a top priority (attendance, grades, punctuality)
29. Gets help if the problem is more than h/she can handle

The Successful HS Parent
Top 3 Winners get Greenie Swag!
Weights are Cumulative, NOT Averaged w/ Unweighted GPA
Castle
"Digital Info Tech"
Fulfills Graduation Requirement
(On FMH Website)
Student MUST be Present!
Academic History will say "Online Requirements Have Not Been Met"
Mr. K
*
Which Test Shows YOU Best?
Need A Tutor?
Klinger's Test Taking Strategy
1. Take BOTH Tests 1x
(March/April)
2. Compare Results "Which Shows YOU Best?"
3. Focused/Deliberate Practice on 1 Test
4. Be a Savage on YOUR Test
(June)
Test Waivers =
FREE
Tests!
IF you qualify for
Free/Reduced Lunch
...
2 FREE
SAT
WAIVERS
2 FREE
ACT
WAIVERS
SEE
MRS. BARROWS
(GUIDANCE)
RECEIVE WAIVER/VOUCHER
Dual Enrollment
3.0 Unweighted GPA
"College Ready" Test Scores in 3 Subject Areas
Dual Enrollment
1. College GPA Begins (+ or -)
2. Not as Rigorous as AP
3. Very Involved Process (Time/Organization)
4. Senior Experience & Connection
5. Maturity, Responsibility, Independence
Dual Enrollment Meeting in Jan/Feb
Registration in March
Scholarship Searching Strategy
1. Organize Your Stuff (Resume)
2. Start Local & Network
3. Create "Talking Points" Essays
4. Use Your Uniqueness
5. Apply to Anything ($100/hr)
fmh.leeschools.net/scholarships
Documenting Your Volunteer Hours is a Pain!
1. Proposal "Essay"
2. Company Letterhead w/ Hours
3. Reflection "Essay"
For EACH Experience...
What're Colleges Looking For?
Mr. K's Story
"Talking Points":
1. Overcoming Obstacles
2. Teamwork/Problem-Solving
3. Impacting Community
4. Uniqueness/Exceptionality
5. Self-Improvement
Your Academic History
Your Graduation Progress
Test Scores
Graduation Requirement Categories
Grades
Credits
YR
SEM
"R" = Redone (Credit Recovered)

"X" = Canceled Grade
Bright
Futures
You Know Yourself Better Than I Do...
If something looks wrong,
please let me know!

Questions or Concerns about Your Academic History?
Submit Counselor Request (Pink Form)
GPA
CREDITS
Mr. K's Strategy
How Do I Compare?
Student Athletes Playing in College...
Your Requirements are Unique!
See Mr. Klinger
Apply to 3-5 Schools. At Least 1 in EACH Category
College Applications Begin Nov. 1st 2018
Your Junior Year are the LAST Grades Colleges will Evaluate for Admission Decisions
School Counselor (6 Years)
Masters in Counseling (M.A.)
Bachelors in Psychology (B.S.)
Professional Soccer Referee (MLS)
NCAA National Championship (Div. 3)
Objectives:
1. Show What You Know
2. Review Your High School Stuff
3. Learn Strategies for ACT/SAT
4. Learn Strategies for $ and College
5. Play a Review Game
Different Types of GPAs?!
Don't Worry about the Math...Klinger's Got You
Fast & Efficient!
What to do Senior Year?
Considering the Military After HS?
Take the ASVAB in January @ FMHS
Sign Up in Guidance
GPA's
940572
100% Tuition
75% Tuition
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