HB 5 Presentation

Report
ORE CITY INDEPENDENT
SCHOOL DISTRICT
College and Career Ready
HB 5 Presentation
Foundation Graduation Plan
Ore City ISD
Spring 2014
ENDODRSEMENTS
ELECTIVES
4 YEAR
FOUNDATION PLAN
ADVANCED
CREDITS
CTE
COURSES
Making the Puzzle Fit for our Students
HB 5
STUDENT CHOICES
Distinguished
Graduate
SCHOOL ADVISING
PERFORMANCE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
PARENTAL
INCLUSION
What is the purpose of HB 5?
Simply, to give students a more relevant
chance of college entrance, career
recognition goals, and allowing the student
to make those course selections with their
parents and the school so they can better
prepare for a career.
Welcome
OUR GOALS:
Prepare you and your 8th grade student for high
school by:
• Providing information on HB 5 requirements of the
new graduation plan for all new 2014 9th graders
and is optional for current high school students
• Sharing information on graduation requirements so
that family discussions on Endorsements can begin
• Sharing important dates and upcoming activities.
• Student, parent and school must sign the plan
New Graduation Requirements of HB 5
#1 College or Post
Secondary Readiness
College Readiness
College readiness can be defined as the level
of preparation necessary for students to
enroll and succeed—without remediation—
in entry-level, credit bearing, general
education courses.
New Graduation Requirements of HB 5
#2 Career Readiness
Career Readiness
Career readiness involves three major skill
areas:
1. Core academic skills and the ability to apply
those skills in the workplace
2. Employability skills such as critical thinking
and responsibility that are essential to all
career areas
3. Technical, job-specific skills related to a
specific career pathway that offer familysustaining wages and opportunities for
advancement.
New Graduation Requirements of HB 5
• College or Post Secondary Readiness
• Career Awareness/Exploration/Planning for PK-12
• Parental Engagement Component in selecting credit
choices for your student’s four-year Personal
Graduation Plan
What is a credit
• One credit = 1 full year in a class
• One half credit = 1 semester of a class
To earn a credit:
• Semester average must be 70% or greater
• Must attend 90% of days allotted each year for course
credit
Key Components of HB 5 –
Graduation Requirements
• HB 5 eliminates the Minimum, Recommended, and
Advanced high school graduation plans
• The new Graduation plan is called the Foundation High
School Program (FHSP), with career pathway
endorsements
• Expanded Career and Technology courses to satisfy
endorsement requirements
• Required for Freshman entering 9th grade in 2014-2015,
optional for current high school students.
As a parent, what do you need to do?
Suggestions:
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Attend this meeting
Be aware of credit requirements for graduation
Talk to your student about their future goals
Explore all of the possibilities that are available for
college and careers
5. Keep in contact with your student’s counselor at Ore
City High School
6. Students may change Endorsement but make sure
Endorsement requirements are able to be met
8. Realize we are learning about this plan, too.
Present & Past Graduation Plans
• Students beginning high school in 20142015 must complete the requirements of
the new graduation program.
• Students enrolled in high school prior to
2014-2015 will have the choice to complete
their current (MHSP, RHSP, or DAP)
graduation program or to transition to the
new Foundation High School Program.
Personal Graduation Plans
• This academic year, parents & 8th grade students
will create a plan for high school years and
beyond
• Counselors will work with 8th grade students to
discuss credits, grades, GPA, & high school
graduation requirements.
• Upon entering 9th grade, a student must indicate
(in writing) an endorsement he/she intends to
earn.
• Students must be allowed to choose a different
endorsement at any time
Personal Graduation Plans
• Must pass 5 End of Course assessments:
English I, English II, Alg I, Biology, & U.S.
History to graduate
• Two optional EOC assessments offered:
English III and Algebra II
• Additionally, counselors will discuss with
students about life beyond high school
(college & careers)
Personal Graduation Plan
• High School counselor
– Review the PGP with each student entering 9th grade
– Must discuss options for distinguished diploma
• Create a High School PGP to include
– Promote college and workforce readiness
– Facilitate student’s transition from secondary to post
secondary
Foundation Graduation Plan
All students will take all courses in The Foundation Plan
22 Credits
English Language Arts
Mathematics
Science
4
3
3
Social Studies
PE or PE Substitute
Fine Arts
3
1
1
Foreign Language (LOTE)
Electives (electives earned will count towards the
2
student’s endorsement)
TOTAL CREDITS
5
22
Endorsements
Foundation Plan
Core Subjects
Foundation Plan
English Language Arts
4
Math
3
Science
3
Social Studies
3
Foreign Language
2
Fine Arts
1
Physical Education
1
Electives
5
CREDITS FOR
GRADUATION
22
Endorsements
Foundation 22 + ( 1 Adv Math + 1 Adv Science)
2 CTE Endorsements = 26 credits
Foundation Plan
Additional Credits needed
for Endorsement
English Language Arts
4
Any CTE credits
Math
3
1 advanced MATH
Science
3
1 advanced SCIENCE
Social Studies
3
Foreign Language
2
Fine Arts
1
Physical Education
1
Electives
5
Core Subjects
CREDITS FOR
GRADUATION
TOTAL CREDITS FOR
GRADUATION
Advanced classes prepare a
student for college, career,
more grade points toward
your GPA, & possible credits
through AP exams and Dual
Credit classes
4 CTE Courses
22
4
26
FHSP with Endorsements
• With Endorsements require 26 credits for
graduation, including:
• 4th Math credit
• 4th Science Credit
• 4 additional elective credits in a coherent
sequences within the endorsement
Endorsements
• Each school district must make available to
high school students courses that allow a
student to complete the curriculum
requirements for at least one endorsement.
• A student shall specify in writing an
endorsement the student intend to earn upon
entering 9th grade.
• A school district that offers only one
endorsement curriculum must offer the multidisciplinary studies endorsement curriculum
Change of Endorsements
• Continue to update the 4-Year Plan every
year, along with Course registration
• Students will have the opportunity to
change Endorsements, but need to make
sure Endorsement requirements are able
to be met
• As of now, OCISD shall clearly indicate an
Endorsement on the transcript of a student
Graduation without an Endorsement
• A student can graduate under the Foundation Program
without an endorsement if, after his/her sophomore
year:
– The student and the parent are advised by the
counselor of the specific benefits of graduating from
high school with one or more endorsements; and
– The student’s parent files with the school counselor
written permission (on a TEA developed form)
allowing the student to graduate under the
Foundation High School Program without an
endorsement
View the Ore City Plans
for Student Endorsements
 Arts and Humanities
Business and Industry
STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Math)
Public Services
Multidisciplinary Studies
Arts and Humanities
Courses related to:
• Political Science
• Cultural Studies
• English Literature
• History
• Fine Arts
• World Languages
Arts Administration, Advertising &
Publication, Fashion Design, Interior
Design, Performing Arts, Book editor,
Curator, Graphic Designer, Music
Director, Photographer, Musician,
Creative Director, Editor, News
industry
Business and Industry
Courses related to:
• Accounting
• Marketing
• Agricultural Science
• Graphic Design
• Welding
• Automotive Technology
Accountant, Business Administration, Forestry,
• Finance
Human Resources, Mortgage Broker, Office
• Construction
Manager, Paralegal, Recruiter, Court Clerks,
Reporters, Data Entry, Legal Secretaries,
• Graphic Design Court
Insurance Claims, Public Relations, Medical
Sec, Computer Programmers, Auditors, Payroll
Clerks
STEM
Courses Related to:
• Technology
• Computer Science
• Biotechnology
• Environmental Science
• Engineering
Bio-Technology, Computer
Science, Engineering, PreProfessional Health, Researcher,
Software Developer, Dental,
Occupation Therapist, Fitness
Trainers, Data Analyst,
Construction, Transportation,
Aerospace, Advanced
manufacturing, Veterinarians,
Financial Examiners
STEM will require students to successfully complete Algebra II and
Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Public Services
Courses related to:
• Health science occupations
• Law enforcement
• Culinary arts and hospitality
• Education & training
Clergy, Corrections Officer, Federal
man Relations, Nursing, Social Worker,
Teacher, Hospital Administrator,
Director Nursing, Nonprofit
organization, Communications,
Nutritionist, Physician Assistant,
Human Resources, Public Relations,
Financial Manager, Risk Management,
Claims Examiner
Multidisciplinary Studies
Allows a student to select courses
from the curriculum of each
endorsement area and earn credits in
a variety of advanced courses from
multiple content areas sufficient to
complete the distinguished level of
achievement.
Dual Credit
• Students can begin taking college courses
AFTER their 10th grade year.
• Dual credit is permissible during the
summer and regular school year.
• Student must meet certain criteria to be
eligible for Dual Credit.
Career and Technical Education
(CTE)
CTE State Plan
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Competencies leading to academic and technical skill attainment
Industry-recognized license
Associate degree
Opportunities for college credit
Opportunities for dual credit courses
TEA and HECB
– Will develop English Language Arts III and Algebra II as an EOC and
be ready in 2016.
– These two courses measure college readiness by the student
passing these 2 additional EOC exams. Taking the exams is
voluntary but serve as the entrance examination for college (takes
place of the TSI) and eligibility for a TEXAS grant.
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4 credits in mathematics which must include Algebra II
4 credits in science
Complete the FOUNDATION PLAN
Complete curriculum requirements for at least one
endorsement
• A student in the top 10% of his/her class must have
earned the Distinguished Level of Achievement to be
eligible for automatic admission to a Texas public college
or university.
• Not required—student choice
A student may earn a performance
acknowledgement
– For outstanding performance
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In a dual credit course
In bilingualism & biliteracy
On an AP test or IB exam
On the PSAT, ACT-Plan , the ACT
For earning a nationally or internationally recognized
business or industry certification or license by high
achievement on an examination (CNA cert., Microsoft
Office Suite Certification, etc. )
• Not required
Future Events / Dates
• March 24 OCISD HB 5 Administrative Team will present
graduation plan to the OCISD Board of Trustees
• ________OCISD Administration will met with 8th grade
parents and students to discuss HB 5 and introduce the
graduation plans and endorsements.
• _______OCISD High School and OCISD Middle School
Counselors will being meeting with 8th grade
parents/students to outline course schedules and select
endorsement plan for high school.
Extra
Information
Outstanding Performance
• In a dual credit course (12 hours college academic courses with
3.0-4.0 grade)
• In bilingualism & biliteracy (Credit for all ELA subjects with 80-100
and 3 credits in one language with 80-100 or TEKS Proficiency Level IV
with 80-100, or LOTE score 3/4 on College Board AP exam/LOTE score
4 on IB exam, or Int to High on National Language Assessment and
Met exit for ESL as Advanced High on TELPAS state examination)
• On an AP exam must score 3/4 or IB exam score 4
• On the PSAT score commended, the ACT-Plan show college
readiness score on 2 of 4 subject tests, the SAT combined
read/math 1250, or the ACT composite score of 28 (excludes
writing)
• For earning a nationally or internationally recognized
business or industry certification or license by high
achievement on an examination (CNA cert., Microsoft Office
Suite Certification, etc. ) *see next slide for examples
• Not required
Outstanding Performance
• For earning a nationally or internationally recognized
business or industry certification or license by high
achievement on an examination
• OCISD currently or may offer:
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NCCER Welding, Level One
NCCER Welding, Level Two
American Welding Society (SENSE Certification)
Floral Design Certification (Texas Floral Association)
IC3 Internet and Computing Core Certification
Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Word, Excel,
Powerpoint
– Office Access, Outlook and Microsoft MTA
– Adobe Photoshop
Endorsements
Career Examples
1. Arts & Humanities
Arts Administration, Advertising &
Publication, Fashion Design, Interior
Design, Performing Arts
2. Business & Industry
Accountant, Business Administration,
Forestry, Human Resources, Mortgage
Broker, Office Manager, Paralegal,
Recruiter
3. STEM Science,
Technology, Engineering
& Mathematics
Bio-Technology, Computer Science,
Engineering, Pre-Professional Health,
Researcher
4. Public Services
Clergy, Corrections Officer, Federal man
Relations, Nursing, Social Worker,
Teacher
5. Multidisciplinary
All of the above in addition to
college/career readiness. An open
option.
Endorsements Careers
Endorsement
1. Arts & Humanities
2. Business & Industry
3. STEM Science,
Technology, Engineering
& Mathematics
Description
Courses directly related to political science, world language,
cultural studies, English literature, History and Find Arts.
Courses directly related to database management,
information technology, communications, accounting,
finance, marketing, graphic design, architecture,
construction, welding, logistics, automotive technology,
agricultural science.
Courses directly related to science including environmental
science, technology, including computer science, engineering
and advanced mathematic. *Algebra 2 is required for STEM
endorsement.
4. Public Services
Courses directly related to health sciences and occupations,
education and training, law enforcement, and culinary arts
and hospitality.
5. Multidisciplinary
Allows students to earn credits in a variety of advanced
courses from multiple content sufficient to complete
distinguished level under the Foundation High School
Program.

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