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Title: Central High School


1
Name______________ID_______ Grade___Counselor__
________
  • Central High School
  • Scheduling For
  • 11th-12th Grade

2
Cardstock Form Pupil Data Information
  • Cardstock Scheduling Form
  • Complete Pupil Data Information
  • (Backside)
  • Turn in cardstock copy to teacher

Website www.davenportschools.org/central
3
Hand Out to Students
  • Transcript
  • Course Guide (also available on website)
  • Write Your Name on
  • Paper Scheduling Form (flimsy copy)
  • Scheduling Worksheet

Course Guide on Website www.davenportschools.or
g curriculum
4
  • STEP I Worksheet
  • Review graduation requirements

p. 47
DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS
CLASSES REQUIRED
  • 7 Language Arts 3.5 units 3.5 units
  • 6 Social Studies 3.0 units 3.0 units
  • 4 Math 2.0 units 2.0 units
  • 4 Science 2.0 units 2.0 units
  • 19 Electives 9.5 units 9.5 units
  • 4 PE 1.5 units 1.0 units
  • (including1 each year at Central)
  • TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED 21.5 units 21.0
    units
  • 11th Grade 12th Grade
  • diploma diploma
  • requirement requirement


Circle and sign up for any required
classes if failed
5
StudentsReview Transcript
  • Page 2
  • Grade Point Average
  • GPA
  • GPA each year
  • Cumulative GPA
  • Rank in Class
  • Number of Students
  • in Your Grade
  • Credits Earned
  • Credits Required
  • Page 1
  • Classes Selected
  • Grades Earned
  • Credits Attempted
  • Credits Earned

6
Four-Year College Entrance Requirements
P, 45
7
11th 12th Grade Scheduling Form
EX
Course Title Blocks
EX0068 Geometry 2
prerequisite required x referral
required p application required
EX Courses take 2 boxes AP Courses take 3 boxes
Draw Arrows to Additional boxes
  • List 4 Alternate Courses
  • 1.________________
  • 2.________________
  • 3.________________
  • 4.________________

COMPLETE 16 Boxes Plus 4 Alternate Courses
List numbers from Scheduling Form. Do NOT list
numbers from Course Guide.
8
Important!
  • Choose your courses carefully.
  • Your selections are final.
  • Counselors may substitute courses
  • when appropriate.

9
Language Arts
p. 23
  • STEP II. Review Required Courses
  • Choose 1 or more from each group

LA3 American Literature American Readings
(1) American Literature (1) American Authors (1)
LA 5 - General Literature Guided Literature
Projects (1) Contemporary Ideas (1) Cultural
Tapestries (1) In the Spirit of Poetry
(1) Classical Literature (1) AP English (3)
LA 4 Writing Guided Writing Projects
(1) Writers Studio (1) Advanced Writing (1)
(Advanced Writing is a prerequisite for AP
English.)
10
EXAMPLE
11
Social Studiesp. 34
  • 1 or more from each group required for diploma

Social Studies 2 - SS2 Geography (1) Cultural
Tapestries SS (1) World Cultures (1) Early
Western Civilization (1) Modern Western
Civilization (1) Russian History (1)
Social Studies 3 - SS3 Applied Economics
(1) Sociology (1) Economics (1) Psychology
(1) Advanced Psychology (1)
Social Studies 4 - SS4 American Government
(1) Studies in American Government (1) - the
advanced class
12
EXAMPLE
13
Mathematics p. 28
  • CT Algebraic Principles or Algebraic Principles
    (2)
  • CT Algebra or Algebra (2)
  • Geometry (2)
  • Advanced Algebra (2)
  • Pre Calculus (2)
  • AP Calculus (3)
  • AP Statistics (3)

AP Calculus AP Statistics can be taken in
either order
Teacher Referral Required General Math
(2) Consumer Math (2) Intermediate Math (2)
14
EXAMPLE
15
Science Progression
p. 32
Weather/Climate/Space (1) Earth Materials
(1) to Investigative Biology (2) or to
Molecular Biology (2) the advanced class
  • Biology (2) to Chemistry (2)
  • Chemistry (2) to Physics (2)
  • Or Other Science Electives

16
Other Science Electives
  • Meteorology (1)
  • Environmental Science (1) or (2)
  • Physiology I (1)
  • Physiology II (1)
  • Zoology I (1)
  • Zoology II (1)
  • Genetics (1)
  • AP Biology (3)
  • Organic Chemistry (1)
  • AP Chemistry (3)

17
EXAMPLE
18
PE
p. 30
  • 10-11 PE (1)
  • 11-12 PE (1)
  • BFS (1)
  • Bigger-Faster-Stronger
  • Extreme Fitness (1)
  • Life guarding (1)
  • by application tryout
  • Outdoor Education (1)
  • by application

PE (1)
19
AJROTC
p. 21
AJROTC Level I (2 or 4 terms) AJROTC Level II
(2 or 4 terms) AJROTC Level III (2 or 4
terms) AJROTC Level IV (2 or 4 terms)
  • Offered 4 terms per year
  • minimum of 2 terms per year
  • may be counted as PE requirement

Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
20
EXAMPLE
21
Listed in Course GuideAlphabetically by
Department
  • STEP III Worksheet - Review Elective Courses
  • Language Arts Electives p. 23
  • Business Education p. 4
  • Family Consumer Sciences p.13
  • Fine Arts - Music p. 15
  • Fine Arts -Visual Arts p. 16
  • Health Education p. 30
  • Industrial Technology p. 18
  • World Languages p. 38

22
Language Arts Electivesp. 26
Language Arts Electives Do Not Count as Required
Core Language Arts Credits Language Arts
Electives Count as Electives Only
  • Introduction to Acting (1)
  • Theatre Performance (1)
  • Public Speaking (2)
  • -with recommendation of Speech teacher
  • Advanced Public Speaking (2)

23
Communications Electives
p. 26
  • Newslab 3 blocks 0
  • Mrs. Buttleman-Malcolm
  • Yearbook
  • 3 blocks 0
  • Mrs. McConnell

Newslab/PE (1) Newslab/PE (1) Newslab (1) Newslab
(0)
Yearbook/PE (1) Yearbook/PE (1) Yearbook
(1) Yearbook (0)
List all 4!
permission required of Mrs. Buttleman-Malcolm
or Mrs. McConnell
24
Business Education
p. 4
Word Processing (1) Computer Applications I
(1) Computer Applications II (1) Web Page
Design (1)
Introduction to Business (1) Business Law
(1) Operating a Small Business (1)
Recordkeeping - (1) Accounting I -
(2) Accounting II - (2)
25
Computer Programming
p. 4
  • Visual Basic Programming (1)
  • Advanced Visual Basic Programming (1)
  • C Programming (1)

26
Family and Consumer Sciences
FCS
p. 13
Clothing Technology (1) Advanced Clothing (1)
Interior Design (1)
Relationships (1) Independent Living (1)
Child Development (1) Occupational Child Care
(4) (at West High School)
27
Culinary
FCS
p.13
  • Foods (1)
  • Advanced Foods (1)
  • Foreign Foods (1)
  • Culinary/Hospitality PROSTART
  • 4 classes - 1 block class per term (4)
  • 4 classes OJT work experience
  • outside of school day (0)

28
Fine Arts - Music
p. 15
Marching Band (1)
Band (3) Orchestra (4) Chorus (4) Band-Chorus
(3) Orchestra-Chorus (3) Band-Orchestra
(3) Band-Chorus-Orchestra (3)
  • Not Scheduled At This Time
  • Show Choir by audition
  • Flags by try-out

29
Fine Arts - Visual
p. 16
  • Art Foundations (1)
  • Commercial Art (1)
  • Drawing (1)
  • Painting (1)
  • Advanced Studio 2 D (1)
  • Ceramics (1)
  • Sculpture (1)
  • Advanced Studio 3 D (1)
  • Jewelry Design (1) materials fee required

2 Dimensional
3 Dimensional
30
Fine Arts Visual
p. 16
  • Computer Graphics (1)
  • Computer Graphics II (1)
  • Photography (1)
  • 35mm camera plus materials fee required
  • Advanced Photography (1)

31
Health Education
p. 30
  • Health
  • No longer counts as PE

32
Industrial Technology
P. 18
Basic Woodworking (1) Advanced Woodworking
(1) Cabinetmaking (1)
Basic Carpentry (1)
Student Built Home (8) - Seniors Only -
Requires Application
Engineering Drafting (2) Architectural Drafting
(2)
Introduction To Engineering (2) Principles of
Engineering (2)
New Courses
33
Industrial Technology
p. 18
Introduction to Electronics (2) Introduction to
Robotics (1) Microsoft A Certified
(1) Microsoft Net Certified II (1)
Metals M P -- Metals, Materials, Processes
(1) Advanced Metals M P (1)
Basic Welding (1) Advanced Welding
(1) Vocational Welding (8) - at West High School
34
Industrial Technology p. 18
Know Your Car (1) Basic Auto (1) Advanced Auto
(1) Auto Technology (6) Advanced Auto
Technology (6)
OJT On-the Job Training Only for Seniors with
Jobs working minimum 15 hours per
week Related Subjects Class/Work (2) OJT
(On-the-Job) Training (0) See Mr. Blinkensop
--- Room 105
35
World Languages p. 38
Many 4-year colleges require - - 2 years of 1
language for admission to the college - 4 years
of 1 language for some college degrees
German I, II, III, or IV (2)
Spanish I, II, III, or IV (2) Hispano America
(2) AP Spanish (3)
French I, II, III, or IV (2) French
Civilization (2) AP French (3)
Introduction to Classical Languages (2) -
Seniors Only
36
Special Scheduling
Talented Gifted p. 37
Mrs. Heninger
  • By Recommendation Only
  • TAG Option 1 222202 (1) or (2)
  • During the school day
  • 1 or 2 terms
  • TAG Option 2 086214 (0)
  • After the school day
  • 1, 2, 3, or 4 terms

School-Within-a-School SWS by
recommendation See Ms. Woods
Special Education Students with an
IEP Individual Educational Program See your IEP
teacher
37
Not Scheduled At This Time
Show Choir See Mr. Reese Requires Audition
Student Council See Mrs. Edwards Requires Election
Internship See Mrs. Akers Room Requires
Application
38
EXAMPLE
39
Sign up for 16 classesplus 4 alternate classes
20
plus any 0 block classes
Check Open Enrollment Requested If you request
to Transfer From Central to North From
Central to West
____Minority Open Enrollment Requested From
Central to _________________
40
Scheduling Paper Form
  • With Your Parent
  • Page 1 - Make Any Additions or Corrections
  • Page 2 Fill out Pupil Information
  • Fill Out New Pupil Information With Your Parent
  • Print ALL Information
  • Print Accurate Address and Phone Very
    Important!
  • Check any box if new information
  • Check IEP or 504 box----- only if applicable

Bring Paper Form to Homeroom Thursday
41
Consult with Your Parent/Guardian
Take Home and Return Thursday------ 1.
Scheduling Paper 2. Scheduling Worksheet
Thursday - Return Scheduling Paper with Parent
Signature
42
Review Scheduling Materials
  • 1. Course Guide
  • Take home only if you wish and return it
    Thursday
  • also available on website www.davenportschools.o
    rg
  • 2. Transcript
  • DO NOT TAKE HOME!
  • Teachers collect ALL Transcripts (student may
    request copy from counselor)
  • 3. Scheduling Card
  • DO NOT TAKE HOME!
  • 4. Scheduling Paper
  • TAKE HOME AND RETURN Thursday
  • Fill out Course Scheduling and Data Information
  • Requires Parent Signature
  • Bring to Homeroom Thursday
  • 5. Scheduling Worksheet
  • TAKE HOME AND RETURN Thursday


End of Tuesday
43
Thursday Agenda
Students Should Have Scheduling Paper and
Scheduling Worksheet with Them Today
  • Hand Out Scheduling Materials to All students
  • Course Guides - if needed
  • Transcripts
  • Scheduling Cards

44
Scheduling Completion
Students --- Copy Course Lists from
Scheduling Paper to Scheduling Card Use ONLY
Course Numbers from Scheduling Form DO NOT use
Numbers from Course Guide
45
Sports Eligibility Academic Honors
  • Sports Eligibility
  • must pass 3 of 4 classes

See Davenport CSD Interscholastic Competition
Policy and Eligibility Rules (505.05)
  • Academic Honors
  • must maintain full time student status

ALL STUDENTS must be scheduled for 16 class
choices and 4 alternate class choices
46
To Complete the Scheduling Process
Staple and Turn In ALL MATERIALS to Guidance (at
teachers next prep or after school) 1.
Students staple together materials in this
order a. Scheduling Card on top b.
Scheduling Paper c. Transcript 2. Turn in
Course Guides 3. Check-in materials with
Guidance Staff
End of Thursday
47
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2008
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Title: Central High School


1
Name______________ID_______ Grade___Counselor__
________
  • Central High School
  • Scheduling For
  • 11th-12th Grade

2
Cardstock Form Pupil Data Information
  • Cardstock Scheduling Form
  • Complete Pupil Data Information
  • (Backside)
  • Turn in cardstock copy to teacher

Website www.davenportschools.org/central
3
Hand Out to Students
  • Transcript
  • Course Guide (also available on website)
  • Write Your Name on
  • Paper Scheduling Form (flimsy copy)
  • Scheduling Worksheet

Course Guide on Website www.davenportschools.or
g curriculum
4
  • STEP I Worksheet
  • Review graduation requirements

p. 47
DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS
CLASSES REQUIRED
  • 7 Language Arts 3.5 units 3.5 units
  • 6 Social Studies 3.0 units 3.0 units
  • 4 Math 2.0 units 2.0 units
  • 4 Science 2.0 units 2.0 units
  • 19 Electives 9.5 units 9.5 units
  • 4 PE 1.5 units 1.0 units
  • (including1 each year at Central)
  • TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED 21.5 units 21.0
    units
  • 11th Grade 12th Grade
  • diploma diploma
  • requirement requirement


Circle and sign up for any required
classes if failed
5
StudentsReview Transcript
  • Page 2
  • Grade Point Average
  • GPA
  • GPA each year
  • Cumulative GPA
  • Rank in Class
  • Number of Students
  • in Your Grade
  • Credits Earned
  • Credits Required
  • Page 1
  • Classes Selected
  • Grades Earned
  • Credits Attempted
  • Credits Earned

6
Four-Year College Entrance Requirements
P, 45
7
11th 12th Grade Scheduling Form
EX
Course Title Blocks
EX0068 Geometry 2
prerequisite required x referral
required p application required
EX Courses take 2 boxes AP Courses take 3 boxes
Draw Arrows to Additional boxes
  • List 4 Alternate Courses
  • 1.________________
  • 2.________________
  • 3.________________
  • 4.________________

COMPLETE 16 Boxes Plus 4 Alternate Courses
List numbers from Scheduling Form. Do NOT list
numbers from Course Guide.
8
Important!
  • Choose your courses carefully.
  • Your selections are final.
  • Counselors may substitute courses
  • when appropriate.

9
Language Arts
p. 23
  • STEP II. Review Required Courses
  • Choose 1 or more from each group

LA3 American Literature American Readings
(1) American Literature (1) American Authors (1)
LA 5 - General Literature Guided Literature
Projects (1) Contemporary Ideas (1) Cultural
Tapestries (1) In the Spirit of Poetry
(1) Classical Literature (1) AP English (3)
LA 4 Writing Guided Writing Projects
(1) Writers Studio (1) Advanced Writing (1)
(Advanced Writing is a prerequisite for AP
English.)
10
EXAMPLE
11
Social Studiesp. 34
  • 1 or more from each group required for diploma

Social Studies 2 - SS2 Geography (1) Cultural
Tapestries SS (1) World Cultures (1) Early
Western Civilization (1) Modern Western
Civilization (1) Russian History (1)
Social Studies 3 - SS3 Applied Economics
(1) Sociology (1) Economics (1) Psychology
(1) Advanced Psychology (1)
Social Studies 4 - SS4 American Government
(1) Studies in American Government (1) - the
advanced class
12
EXAMPLE
13
Mathematics p. 28
  • CT Algebraic Principles or Algebraic Principles
    (2)
  • CT Algebra or Algebra (2)
  • Geometry (2)
  • Advanced Algebra (2)
  • Pre Calculus (2)
  • AP Calculus (3)
  • AP Statistics (3)

AP Calculus AP Statistics can be taken in
either order
Teacher Referral Required General Math
(2) Consumer Math (2) Intermediate Math (2)
14
EXAMPLE
15
Science Progression
p. 32
Weather/Climate/Space (1) Earth Materials
(1) to Investigative Biology (2) or to
Molecular Biology (2) the advanced class
  • Biology (2) to Chemistry (2)
  • Chemistry (2) to Physics (2)
  • Or Other Science Electives

16
Other Science Electives
  • Meteorology (1)
  • Environmental Science (1) or (2)
  • Physiology I (1)
  • Physiology II (1)
  • Zoology I (1)
  • Zoology II (1)
  • Genetics (1)
  • AP Biology (3)
  • Organic Chemistry (1)
  • AP Chemistry (3)

17
EXAMPLE
18
PE
p. 30
  • 10-11 PE (1)
  • 11-12 PE (1)
  • BFS (1)
  • Bigger-Faster-Stronger
  • Extreme Fitness (1)
  • Life guarding (1)
  • by application tryout
  • Outdoor Education (1)
  • by application

PE (1)
19
AJROTC
p. 21
AJROTC Level I (2 or 4 terms) AJROTC Level II
(2 or 4 terms) AJROTC Level III (2 or 4
terms) AJROTC Level IV (2 or 4 terms)
  • Offered 4 terms per year
  • minimum of 2 terms per year
  • may be counted as PE requirement

Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
20
EXAMPLE
21
Listed in Course GuideAlphabetically by
Department
  • STEP III Worksheet - Review Elective Courses
  • Language Arts Electives p. 23
  • Business Education p. 4
  • Family Consumer Sciences p.13
  • Fine Arts - Music p. 15
  • Fine Arts -Visual Arts p. 16
  • Health Education p. 30
  • Industrial Technology p. 18
  • World Languages p. 38

22
Language Arts Electivesp. 26
Language Arts Electives Do Not Count as Required
Core Language Arts Credits Language Arts
Electives Count as Electives Only
  • Introduction to Acting (1)
  • Theatre Performance (1)
  • Public Speaking (2)
  • -with recommendation of Speech teacher
  • Advanced Public Speaking (2)

23
Communications Electives
p. 26
  • Newslab 3 blocks 0
  • Mrs. Buttleman-Malcolm
  • Yearbook
  • 3 blocks 0
  • Mrs. McConnell

Newslab/PE (1) Newslab/PE (1) Newslab (1) Newslab
(0)
Yearbook/PE (1) Yearbook/PE (1) Yearbook
(1) Yearbook (0)
List all 4!
permission required of Mrs. Buttleman-Malcolm
or Mrs. McConnell
24
Business Education
p. 4
Word Processing (1) Computer Applications I
(1) Computer Applications II (1) Web Page
Design (1)
Introduction to Business (1) Business Law
(1) Operating a Small Business (1)
Recordkeeping - (1) Accounting I -
(2) Accounting II - (2)
25
Computer Programming
p. 4
  • Visual Basic Programming (1)
  • Advanced Visual Basic Programming (1)
  • C Programming (1)

26
Family and Consumer Sciences
FCS
p. 13
Clothing Technology (1) Advanced Clothing (1)
Interior Design (1)
Relationships (1) Independent Living (1)
Child Development (1) Occupational Child Care
(4) (at West High School)
27
Culinary
FCS
p.13
  • Foods (1)
  • Advanced Foods (1)
  • Foreign Foods (1)
  • Culinary/Hospitality PROSTART
  • 4 classes - 1 block class per term (4)
  • 4 classes OJT work experience
  • outside of school day (0)

28
Fine Arts - Music
p. 15
Marching Band (1)
Band (3) Orchestra (4) Chorus (4) Band-Chorus
(3) Orchestra-Chorus (3) Band-Orchestra
(3) Band-Chorus-Orchestra (3)
  • Not Scheduled At This Time
  • Show Choir by audition
  • Flags by try-out

29
Fine Arts - Visual
p. 16
  • Art Foundations (1)
  • Commercial Art (1)
  • Drawing (1)
  • Painting (1)
  • Advanced Studio 2 D (1)
  • Ceramics (1)
  • Sculpture (1)
  • Advanced Studio 3 D (1)
  • Jewelry Design (1) materials fee required

2 Dimensional
3 Dimensional
30
Fine Arts Visual
p. 16
  • Computer Graphics (1)
  • Computer Graphics II (1)
  • Photography (1)
  • 35mm camera plus materials fee required
  • Advanced Photography (1)

31
Health Education
p. 30
  • Health
  • No longer counts as PE

32
Industrial Technology
P. 18
Basic Woodworking (1) Advanced Woodworking
(1) Cabinetmaking (1)
Basic Carpentry (1)
Student Built Home (8) - Seniors Only -
Requires Application
Engineering Drafting (2) Architectural Drafting
(2)
Introduction To Engineering (2) Principles of
Engineering (2)
New Courses
33
Industrial Technology
p. 18
Introduction to Electronics (2) Introduction to
Robotics (1) Microsoft A Certified
(1) Microsoft Net Certified II (1)
Metals M P -- Metals, Materials, Processes
(1) Advanced Metals M P (1)
Basic Welding (1) Advanced Welding
(1) Vocational Welding (8) - at West High School
34
Industrial Technology p. 18
Know Your Car (1) Basic Auto (1) Advanced Auto
(1) Auto Technology (6) Advanced Auto
Technology (6)
OJT On-the Job Training Only for Seniors with
Jobs working minimum 15 hours per
week Related Subjects Class/Work (2) OJT
(On-the-Job) Training (0) See Mr. Blinkensop
--- Room 105
35
World Languages p. 38
Many 4-year colleges require - - 2 years of 1
language for admission to the college - 4 years
of 1 language for some college degrees
German I, II, III, or IV (2)
Spanish I, II, III, or IV (2) Hispano America
(2) AP Spanish (3)
French I, II, III, or IV (2) French
Civilization (2) AP French (3)
Introduction to Classical Languages (2) -
Seniors Only
36
Special Scheduling
Talented Gifted p. 37
Mrs. Heninger
  • By Recommendation Only
  • TAG Option 1 222202 (1) or (2)
  • During the school day
  • 1 or 2 terms
  • TAG Option 2 086214 (0)
  • After the school day
  • 1, 2, 3, or 4 terms

School-Within-a-School SWS by
recommendation See Ms. Woods
Special Education Students with an
IEP Individual Educational Program See your IEP
teacher
37
Not Scheduled At This Time
Show Choir See Mr. Reese Requires Audition
Student Council See Mrs. Edwards Requires Election
Internship See Mrs. Akers Room Requires
Application
38
EXAMPLE
39
Sign up for 16 classesplus 4 alternate classes
20
plus any 0 block classes
Check Open Enrollment Requested If you request
to Transfer From Central to North From
Central to West
____Minority Open Enrollment Requested From
Central to _________________
40
Scheduling Paper Form
  • With Your Parent
  • Page 1 - Make Any Additions or Corrections
  • Page 2 Fill out Pupil Information
  • Fill Out New Pupil Information With Your Parent
  • Print ALL Information
  • Print Accurate Address and Phone Very
    Important!
  • Check any box if new information
  • Check IEP or 504 box----- only if applicable

Bring Paper Form to Homeroom Thursday
41
Consult with Your Parent/Guardian
Take Home and Return Thursday------ 1.
Scheduling Paper 2. Scheduling Worksheet
Thursday - Return Scheduling Paper with Parent
Signature
42
Review Scheduling Materials
  • 1. Course Guide
  • Take home only if you wish and return it
    Thursday
  • also available on website www.davenportschools.o
    rg
  • 2. Transcript
  • DO NOT TAKE HOME!
  • Teachers collect ALL Transcripts (student may
    request copy from counselor)
  • 3. Scheduling Card
  • DO NOT TAKE HOME!
  • 4. Scheduling Paper
  • TAKE HOME AND RETURN Thursday
  • Fill out Course Scheduling and Data Information
  • Requires Parent Signature
  • Bring to Homeroom Thursday
  • 5. Scheduling Worksheet
  • TAKE HOME AND RETURN Thursday


End of Tuesday
43
Thursday Agenda
Students Should Have Scheduling Paper and
Scheduling Worksheet with Them Today
  • Hand Out Scheduling Materials to All students
  • Course Guides - if needed
  • Transcripts
  • Scheduling Cards

44
Scheduling Completion
Students --- Copy Course Lists from
Scheduling Paper to Scheduling Card Use ONLY
Course Numbers from Scheduling Form DO NOT use
Numbers from Course Guide
45
Sports Eligibility Academic Honors
  • Sports Eligibility
  • must pass 3 of 4 classes

See Davenport CSD Interscholastic Competition
Policy and Eligibility Rules (505.05)
  • Academic Honors
  • must maintain full time student status

ALL STUDENTS must be scheduled for 16 class
choices and 4 alternate class choices
46
To Complete the Scheduling Process
Staple and Turn In ALL MATERIALS to Guidance (at
teachers next prep or after school) 1.
Students staple together materials in this
order a. Scheduling Card on top b.
Scheduling Paper c. Transcript 2. Turn in
Course Guides 3. Check-in materials with
Guidance Staff
End of Thursday
47
Central High School Class of 2007 and Class of
2008
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