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MHS Student Success Plan
Overview
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Student Success Plan
The Student Success Plan (SSP) is an
individualized student driven plan that will be
developed to address every student’s needs and
interests to help every student stay connected in
school and to achieve postsecondary educational
and career goals. The SSP will begin in the 6th
grade and continue through 12th grade to provide
the student support and assistance in setting goals
for social, emotional, physical and academic
growth.
Core Components of Effective Student Success
Plans
• Academic Development (A)
– Selection of rigorous courses linked to interest, skills
and career pathways
– Selection of courses for the attainment of education
and/or career goals
– Progress toward successful completion of
Portfolio/Capstone Project
– Ongoing support and assessment of progress with
mentor/advisor
– Provision of timely intervention
Core Components of Effective Student Success
Plans
• Career Development (C)
– Interest and ability inventories
– Career exploration activities and elective courses
– Postsecondary education and career pathway
development
Core Components of Effective Student Success
Plans
• Social, Emotional and Physical
Development (P/S)
– Effective decision-making skills
– Empathic interactions and community service
– Utilizing supportive resources
– Healthy and safe life skills/choices
– Broadened awareness of self within a global context
Grade 9 General
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Pride – reflection/goal setting A, P/S, C
Individual Meetings with Counselor A, P/S, C
Diversity Week P/S
Link Crew P/S
Guidance Pop-Ins – Introduction to school,
support staff and resources P/S
• Course Selection/Credit Check A, C
• Testing – Standardized Test Preparation A
Grade 9 Classroom
• Wellness 9 – Social/Personal health, Drugs and
alcohol, Healthy relationships, Sexual Awareness,
Gender roles P/S
• English 9 – Personal Narrative
– Cultural Awareness A, P/S
Grade 10 General
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Pride – reflection/goal setting A, P/S, C
Individual Meetings with Counselor A, P/S, C
Diversity Week P/S
Guidance Pop Ins – Introduction to Career
Clusters, Graduation Requirements A, C
• Course Selection/Credit Check A, C
• Testing – CAPT A
• Career Expo (optional) A, C
Grade 10 Classroom
• US History – Understanding of Civic Responsibility,
Empathy toward Historic and Current Events, Research
Skills A, P/S
• Biology – how science and technology affects our lives,
transmission of diseases, sanitary habits, evaluation of
data, application of critical thinking through writing,
reading, discussion and presentation A, P/S
• Geometry – practical problem solving strategies, statistics
and probability, evaluation of data A, P/S
• Wellness 10 – drug and alcohol awareness, physical
wellness A, P/S
Grade 11 General
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Pride – reflection/goal setting A, P/S, C
Individual Meetings with Counselor A, P/S, C
Diversity Week P/S
Course Selection/Credit Check A, C
Impact Presentation P/S
Testing – PSAT, SAT (optional), AP (optional) A
Post-secondary Planning Night for Parents and
Students (optional) C
Grade 11 Classroom
• Finance Requirement – Financial Literacy A, P/S
• Civics Requirement – Civic duty and responsibility
of US Citizens A, P/S
• Wellness 11 – Personal Health P/S
Grade 12 General
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Pride – reflection/goal setting A, P/S, C
Individual Meetings with Counselor A, P/S, C
Diversity Week P/S
Credit for Life A, P/S, C
Community Service Requirement P/S, C
Capstone Project A, P/S, C
Testing – SAT, ASVAB, ACT, AP (optional) A, C
Financial aid night (optional) C
Scholarship Information (optional) A, C

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