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Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

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Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Creating Student Schedules

Each spring all students in grades eight through eleven are scheduled to meet with the School Counselor to review their graduation plan and request courses for the upcoming school year. The schedule requests are based on graduation requirements and additional course electives a student wishes to take to create a major or explore other curricular areas. A student’s course requests are then sent home with the student for their parents to review and sign, signifying that they approve and understand the course their child will be taking. Parents are encouraged to contact the guidance office if they have any questions concerning the requested courses. Due to staffing, graduation requirements, and class numbers, not all requested classes may be scheduled. It is very important that all concerns regarding student schedules are brought to the attention of the School Counselor as soon as possible so that they can be rectified or an explanation can be given. Prior to the fall semester beginning you can reach the School Counselor by email, written note, fax, etc. However, we do expect the student and guardian both be included in the communication via a signature, courtesy copy (CC), etc. We want this process to be as collaborative as possible.

Drop/Add Procedure

Once the Fall Semester begins schedule changes go thru the Drop/Add procedure. The Drop/Add procedure involves the School Counselor, Teacher(s), Principal, Student, and his/her Parent(s)/Guardians. Add/Drop forms can be found on the Guidance website and in hard copy format in the Guidance Office. When the drop/add request receives the School Counselor approval, it indicates that the student may make this schedule change without affecting his/her graduation plans. The School Counselor will communicate any concerns that may exist via the notes section of the form, a phone call or email. Students will then take their request to each impacted teacher to seek their input and initials as well. Finally, the student’s parents must sign the bottom of the form, indicating their consent to any changes. Anyone can refuse to initial/sign the form if they disagree with the change. This will result in the School Counselor reaching out to all parties to informally resolve the matter or schedule a parent/school conference to discuss more complicated situations.

The fall semester Drop/Add process begins once the first day of the falls semester begins and lasts through the second Friday of September. The spring semester Drop/Add process runs from the first day of the second semester to the second Friday of February each year.

Paperwork must be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by the close of each semester’s Drop/Add window for the dropped course grade not to show on student records.

In exceptional circumstances the HS Principal may approve an add/drop after the windows have closed. Requests describing the exceptional circumstances must be made in writing to both the HS School Counselor and Principal. However, please note any courses dropped outside the add/drop window will result in the students in-progress grade(s) showing on the student transcript.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.