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PSP Institute
July 29 and August 1, 2014
Today’s Focus
• Identify available school specific programs of
study through a process that utilizes data.
• Understand how the program of study and
personal graduation plan must work
collaboratively to satisfy House Bill 5.
• Reduce anxiety about endorsements.
Define College
College is ANY Post-secondary Education
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Technical School
Certification classes or licensure courses
Military Career
Certificate Program
Two Year College
Four Year University
Professional Degree Program
“College” means any further study beyond high school.
What is 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.”
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Source: Dr. David T. Conley (2007). Redefining College Readiness, volume 3.
Eugene, OR: Educational Policy Improvement Center.
What is Career Readiness?
Career readiness involves three major skill areas:
• core academic skills and the ability to apply those skills to concrete
situations in order to function in the workplace and in routine daily
activities;
• employability skills (such as critical thinking and responsibility) that
are essential in any career area;
• technical, job-specific skills related to a specific career pathway.
These skills have been emphasized across numerous pieces of
research and allow students to enter true career pathways that
offer family-sustaining wages and opportunities for advancement.
Source: Association for Career and Technical Education
Program of Study Defined
• A Program of Study is a comprehensive education plan
designed to support college/career readiness through
strategic alignment of high school academic, technical, and
enrichment courses fostering multiple postsecondary options
tied to student interest.
• It is a comprehensive plan because…
…programs of study identify extended learning experiences including work
based learning, to support curriculum, and encourages valued added
components such as earning credentials, earning college credit in high
school, and participating in community and related experiences that utilize
the identified curriculum.
House Bill 5 Requirement
• “Counselor or School Administrator to review
personal graduation plan options with EACH student
entering grade nine…”
• “A personal graduation plan must identify a program
of study that: promotes college and workforce
readiness; and career placement and advancement;
and facilitates the students transition from
secondary to postsecondary education.”
Source: House Bill 5, Section 14, Subchapter B, Chapter 28, Section 28.02121
Mind Shift 1: Promotion
Mind Shift 2: Counseling
Mind Shift 3: Student Advocacy
Our students go to “college”!
Analyze The Master Schedule
• Highlight courses that represent your career
offerings.
Align course sections to career clusters.
16 Career Clusters
Career Cluster logos Source: AchieveTexas with permission from State Career Cluster Initiative.
Calculate the percentage of courses for each career cluster.
Resources
Transportation, Distribution &…
STEM
Marketing, Sales & Service
Manufacturing
Law, Public Safety & Corrections
Information Technology
Human Services
Hospitality & Tourism
Health Science
Government & Public…
Finance
Education and Training
Business, Management,…
Arts, AV Technology &…
Architecture & Construction
Agriculture, Food, Natural Resources
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Example for Workshop
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Resources
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Analyze The Labor Market
• Go to SOCRATES at (http://socrates.cdr.state.tx.us/).
• Select “Regional Occupational Evaluation”.
Select the Region you wish to analyze from the 28 Texas Workforce
Regions in Texas.
• Select desired weight for each criteria identified.
• Filter by wage (at least $15.14/hour to $9999/hour) to access high
wage occupations.
• Filter by education (any education attainment past high school; use
Ctrl to select multiple levels of education- anything past high
school).
• Perform Occupational Evaluation.
• Align identified occupations to the 16 Career Clusters.
Texas Labor Market
Transportation, Distribution…
STEM
Marketing, Sales & Service
Manufacturing
Law, Public Safety &…
Information Technology
Human Services
Hospitality & Tourism
Health Science
Government & Public…
Finance
Education and Training
Business, Management,…
Arts, AV Technology &…
Architecture & Construction
Agriculture, Food, Natural…
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Labor Market
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Student Interest
• Required by House Bill 5
• Student interest is a developmental process
• Many vendors: Career Cruising, XAP, KUDER,
Naviance, etc.
Student Interest
Transportation, Distribution &…
STEM
Marketing, Sales & Service
Manufacturing
Law, Public Safety & Corrections
Information Technology
Human Services
Hospitality & Tourism
Health Science
Government & Public Administration
Finance
Education and Training
Business, Management,…
Arts, AV Technology &…
Architecture & Construction
Agriculture, Food, Natural Resources
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Example for Workshop
Interest
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Layer the Data
Resources/Courses
Labor market
Student interest
Layer Data Sets for Analysis
Transportation, Distribution &…
STEM
Marketing, Sales & Service
Manufacturing
Law, Public Safety & Corrections
Information Technology
Human Services
Hospitality & Tourism
Health Science
Government & Public…
Finance
Education and Training
Business, Management,…
Arts, AV Technology &…
Architecture & Construction
Agriculture, Food, Natural…
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Example for Workshop
Interest
Resources
Labor Market
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Start with Programs of Study.
It’s all about creating quality
Programs of Study
that lead to an endorsement!
A student may earn an endorsement by
successfully completing:
1) curriculum requirements for the
endorsement
2) four credits in mathematics
3) four credits in science
4) two additional elective credits
STEM
A student may earn a STEM endorsement by
completing foundation and general endorsement
requirements including:
1. Algebra II,
2. chemistry, and
3. physics and:
(A) a coherent sequence courses for four or more credits in CTE
that consists of at least two courses in the same career cluster
including at least one advanced CTE course which includes any
course that is the third or higher course in a sequence. The
courses may be selected from courses in all CTE career clusters
or CTE innovative courses approved by the commissioner of
education. The final course in the sequence must be selected
from the STEM career cluster.
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
CTE Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
CTE
PE
LOTE
CTE
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FA
CTE
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(B) a coherent sequence of four credits in computer science
selected from the following:
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Fundamentals of Computer Science
Computer Science I
Computer Science II
Computer Science III
AP Computer Science
IB Computer Science, Standard
Level
IB Computer Science, Higher Level
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Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
Digital Forensics
Game Programming and Design
Mobile Application Development
Robotics Programming and Design
Independent Studies of Technology
Applications
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
e
LOTE
Comp Sci
PE
LOTE
Comp Sci
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FA
Comp Sci
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Comp Sci
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C) A total of five credits in mathematics by successfully
completing Algebra I, geometry, Algebra II and two
additional mathematics courses for which Algebra II is a
prerequisite
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
Adv Math
LOTE
FA
PE
LOTE
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D) A total of five credits in science by successfully
completing biology, chemistry, physics, and two
additional science courses
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
Adv Sci
LOTE
FA
PE
LOTE
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E) In addition to Algebra II, chemistry, and physics, a
coherent sequence of three additional credits from no
more than two of the areas listed in (A), (B), (C), and (D)
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
Adv Sci
LOTE
FA
PE
LOTE
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Business & Industry
(A)a coherent sequence courses for four or more credits in CTE that consists of at
least two courses in the same career cluster including at least one advanced CTE
course which includes any course that is the third or higher course in a sequence.
The courses may be selected from courses in all CTE career clusters or CTE
innovative courses approved by the commissioner of education. The final course in
the sequence must be selected from one of the following CTE career clusters:
• Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
• Architecture & Construction
• Arts, Audio/Video Technology, &
Communications
• Business Management & Administration
• Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics
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Marketing
Information Technology
Manufacturing
Hospitality &Tourism
Finance
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
CTE Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
CTE
PE
LOTE
CTE
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FA
CTE
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(B) four English elective credits by selecting three levels
in one of the following areas:
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advanced broadcast journalism
public speaking
advanced journalism: newspaper
debate
advanced journalism: yearbook
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
Eng Elect
PE
LOTE
Eng Elect
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FA
Eng Elect
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Eng Elect
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(C)
four technology applications credits by selecting from the
following:
•Digital Art and Animation
•3-D Modeling and Animation
•Digital Communications in the 21st Century
•Digital Video and Audio Design
•Web Communications
• Web Design
• Web Game Development
• Independent Study in
Evolving/Emerging Technologies
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
Tech Apps
PE
LOTE
Tech Apps
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FA
Tech Apps
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Tech Apps
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(D) a coherent sequence of four credits
from (A), (B), or (C)
(A)a coherent sequence courses for four or more credits in CTE that consists of at
least two courses in the same career cluster including at least one advanced CTE
course which includes any course that is the third or higher course in a sequence.
The courses may be selected from courses in all CTE career clusters or CTE
innovative courses approved by the commissioner of education. The final course in
the sequence must be selected from one of the following CTE career
clusters:
•Education & Training
•Human Services
•Government & Public Administration
•Health Science
•Law, Public Safety, Corrections, & Security
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
CTE Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
CTE
PE
LOTE
CTE
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FA
CTE
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(B) four courses in Junior Reserve Officer
Training Corps (JROTC)
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
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JROTC
LOTE
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JROTC
FA
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JROTC
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JROTC
(A) A total of five social studies courses
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv
CTE Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
SS
LOTE
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PE
LOTE
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FA
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SS
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(B) four levels of the same language in a language other than
English
(C)
two levels of the same language in a language other than
English and two levels of a different language in a language other
than English
(D)
four levels of American sign language
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
CTE
AdvSci
Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
FA
PE
LOTE
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LOTE
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LOTE
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(E) a coherent sequence of four credits by selecting
courses from one or two categories or disciplines in fine
arts or innovative courses approved by the
commissioner
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
AdvSci
Sci
CTE
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
e
LOTE
FA
PE
LOTE
FA
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FA
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FA
e
(F) four English elective credits by selecting from the following:
•English IV
•Humanities
•Independent Study in English
•Literary Genres
•Research and Technical Writing
•Creative Writing
•Communication Applications
•Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition; or
•International Baccalaureate Language Studies A1 Higher Level; or
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
e
LOTE
Eng Elect
PE
LOTE
Eng Elect
e
FA
Eng Elect
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e
Eng Elect
e
(A)
four advanced courses that prepare a student to
enter the workforce successfully or postsecondary
education without remediation from within one
endorsement area or among endorsement areas that
are not in a coherent sequence
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
CTE
Adv Sci
Sci
US Hist
W Geog/H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
FA
PE
LOTE
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(B) four credits in each of the four foundation
subject areas to include English IV and
chemistry and/or physics
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
Adv ELA
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
W Geog
Gvt/Ec
W Hist
LOTE
FA
PE
LOTE
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(C)four credits in advanced placement,
International Baccalaureate, or dual credit
selected from English, mathematics, science,
social studies, economics, languages other than
English, or fine arts
9th
10th
11th
12th
Eng I
Eng II
Eng III
AP Eng IV
Alg I
Geom
Alg II
Adv Math
Biology
AP Chemistry
AP Physics
Adv Sci
US Hist
AP W H
Gvt/Ec
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LOTE
FA
PE
LOTE
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Distinguished
A student may earn a distinguished level of
achievement by successfully completing:
• the foundation curriculum
• four credits in mathematics, which must include
Algebra II,
• four credits in science (Fine Arts exception), and
• the curriculum requirements for at least one
endorsement.
Source: House Bill 5, Chapter 74, Subchapter B, Section 12
This means add Algebra II to programs of study.
Handout
• Outlines the specific requirements for each
endorsement
• Remember the reason for all of this… the
endorsement must mean something to the
student for it to be of value.
• Can a school develop a program of study that
earns all 5 endorsements?
ESC 13 offers
87 Programs of Study/Personal Graduation Plans
aligned to the endorsements
@
http://www4.esc13.net/ccr-support-center/pgppos-alignment/
House Bill 5 Requirement
• “A school district shall ensure that each student, on
entering ninth grade, indicates in writing an endorsement
that the student intends to earn. A district shall permit a
student to choose, at any time, to earn an endorsement
other than the endorsement the student previously
indicated.”
Source: House Bill 5, Section 16, Section 28.025, (b)
• “The SBOE by rule shall provide students with multiple
options for earning each endorsement, including, to the
greatest extent possible, coherent sequences of
courses.”
Source: House Bill 5, Section 16, Section 28.025, (c-1)
POS and PGP Side-by-Side
A Program of Study is:
A Personal Graduation Plan is:
• an advisement tool for
students, parents, and
counselors.
• a working document used by
counselors to track student
completion of graduation
requirements.
• a map for college and
career readiness aligned
to an occupational
objective.
• developed by
stakeholders to ensure
relevant, accurate
information.
• a tool used to document
grades, assessment
outcomes, etc. during high
school.
• an opportunity for students
and counselors to meet
individualized student
needs.
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Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
8th Grade Career Testing
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
(e) A school district may not prevent a student and the student ’s parent
or guardian from confirming a personal graduation plan that includes
pursuit of a distinguished level of achievement or an endorsement.
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
ACT
(f) A student may amend the student ’s personal graduation plan after
the initial confirmation of the plan under this section. If a student
amends the student ’s personal graduation plan, the school shall send
written notice to the student ’s parents.
total credits
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
0
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
0
0
TSI
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e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
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Parent s ig nat ure
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Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
Fall 2014
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
PSAT
Credits from JrH
PLAN
SAT
ACT
total credits
0
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
0
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
© 2014 Education Service Center Region 13
Fall 2014
Business & Industry
Identify educational
goals
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Personal Assessment
Results
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
Diagnostic
Information
credit
Dyslexia
12th Grade
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
ACT
total credits
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
0
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
0
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
Fall 2014
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Ongoing Evaluation of
Academic Progress
Credits from JrH
Intensive Instruction
Program
total credits
PLAN
SAT
ACT
0
Intensive Program Of Study
0
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
PSAT
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
0
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
Fall 2014
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
Acceleration
total credits
SAT
ACT
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
0
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
0
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
Fall 2014
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
ACT
total credits
0
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
0
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
Parent/Guardian Participation
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Fall 2014
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
9th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Personal Assessment
Results
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
Ability:
The personal GPA
graduation
planWork Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan options reviewed must include the
Diagnostic Information
10th Grade
credit
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
distinguished level of
achievement described by Section
28.025(b-15) and the endorsements
described by Section 28.025(c-1).
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
ACT
total credits
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
0
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
0
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
© 2014 Education Service Center Region 13
Fall 2014
Business & Industry
(d)A personal graduation plan under Subsection (c) must
identify a course of study that:
(1)promotes:
(A)college and workforce readiness; and
(B)career placement and advancement; and
(2)facilitates the student ’s transition from secondary to
postsecondary education.
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
total credits
Intensive Program Of Study
Before the conclusion of the school year, the
student and the student ’s parent or guardian
must
confirm and sign
a personal graduation
0
0
0
planMonitoring
for the
student.
Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
ACT
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
Fall 2014
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
STAAR EOC Assessments
Personal Assessment
Results
At all levels, a school counselor shall advise students and their
parents/guardians on the importance of post secondary
education.
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
The counselor must:
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
Explain and encourage parents (to the greatest extent possible) the benefits
of choosing a high school personal graduation plan that includes the
distinguished level of achievement under the foundation high school
program and includes one or more endorsements to enable the student to
achieve a class rank in the top 10 percent for students at the campus.
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
The importance of a High School graduation plan that includes
Program
Of Study
Process
one orIntensive
more
endorsements
and theMonitoring
distinguished
level of
Acceleration/Remediation:
Course Grades
achievement
and the importance
of Post Secondary Education,
Activity
Year
Benchmark Scores
Scores
automatic college admission andAssessment
eligibility
for financial aid
Teacher Input
Parent Input
have been explained to me.
Attendance
total credits
0
0
0
ACT
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
Other:
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
Fall 2014
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
HB 3028
technical education program that leads to an industryrecognized license, credential
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
ACT
total credits
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
0
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
0
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
Fall 2014
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
credit
12th Grade
credit
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
College Readiness Results
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
ACT
total credits
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
0
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
0
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
© 2014 Education Service Center Region 13
Fall 2014
Business & Industry
PRINT
Personal Graduation Plan
Foundation Coursework
Endorsement Coursework
Distinguished Coursework
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
3 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 1 Adv)
4 English (English 1-3 & 1 Adv)
4 M ath (Alg 1, Geo, & 2 Adv)
3 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 1 Adv)
4 Science (Bio, IPC or Adv, & 2 Adv)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
5 Electives
(22 credits)
3 SS (US H, Ec/Govt, & W G or W H)
2 LOTE
1 FA
1 PE
7 Electives
(26 credits)
STAAR EOC Assessments
* Endorsement/s
* 4 Science
* Algebra 2
English 1
English 2
Industry Recognized Credential or
Certification
Interest:
Algebra 1
Biology
US History
GPA
Ability:
Work Ethic:
Rank
Graduation Plan
9th Grade
credit
10th Grade
credit
Personal Assessment
Results
Diagnostic Information
11th Grade
credit
12th Grade
credit
English
Math
S cience
S ocial S tudies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Electives
Dyslexia
LEP
Migrant
G/T
Special Education
Other:
Other:
Retained:
Electives
College Readiness Results
Electives
Electives
Eng 3
Electives
Alg 2
Credits from JrH
PSAT
PLAN
SAT
ACT
total credits
0
Intensive Program Of Study
Monitoring Process
Acceleration/Remediation:
Activity
0
Year
Course Grades
Benchmark Scores
0
0
TSI
Th e imp o rta n c e o f a Hig h S c h o o l g ra d u a tio n p la n th a t in c lu d e s o n e o r mo re
e n d o rs e me n ts a n d th e d is tin g u is h e d le ve l o f a c h ie ve me n t a n d th e
imp o rta n c e o f P o s t S e c o n d a ry Ed u c a tio n , a u to ma tic c o lle g e a d mis s io n a n d
e lig ib ility fo r fin a n c ia l a id h a ve b e e n e xp la in e d to me .
Assessment Scores
Teacher Input
Parent Input
Attendance
Other:
S t ud ent S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent s ig nat ure
Dat e
Co uns elo r S ig nat ure
Dat e
Parent's educational expectation for the student:
© 2014 Education Service Center Region 13
Fall 2014
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Contact Information
Steve Frank,
College & Career Readiness Coordinator
[email protected]
512-919-5221
Gena Helton,
Education Specialist: College & Career Guidance
[email protected]
512-919-5337
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