Overall expectations

  • A C- in one class does not keep students off project completely. They have to stay in that class and do a partial project
  • If a student cuts a class during third quarter, they will not be will not be able to sign out of that class
  • Multiple unexcused absences from classes may result in removal from project
  • Failure to report to job site without a reason may result in removal from project
  • A senior will receive an N grade if they miss a total of 6 class periods in the fourth term, including excused or unexcused absences in a class that meets 5 or 6 times per cycle.  If there are extenuating circumstances presented to the student’s Assistant Principal, the Assistant Principal may allow the student to receive a letter grade for the 4th term.

English

  • Any student doing a school-approved Senior Project may be absent from English class at the start of Senior Project (Monday, April 25th, 2022)
  • All 12th-grade ACP and H English courses at WHS will hold Senior Speeches during Quarter 4
  • All students participating in Senior Project are expected to return to class to attend all Senior Speeches
  • All 12th-grade English teachers will create a Senior Speech Schedule for their course(s) and distribute the schedule to students before the end of Quarter 3  

Math

  • Non AP classes
    • T3 grade is C or better, no class cuts
    • T4 grade will be SP
  • AP classes
    • All students stay in the class unless they get a letter from their college that they can show to their counselor and/or teacher
    • After AP exam, if they are current and have a C, they can go on full project

PE

  • Q4 students must stay
  • S2 students – no cuts means they can go on full project

Social Studies

  • US History at all levels
    • All stay through the last day for seniors regardless of grade or level
  • AP Psych
    • All students stay in the class until the last day for seniors unless they get a letter from their college that they can show to their counselor and/or teacher *** including after the AP exam ***
  • Students fulfilling 2.5 credits for graduation
    • Student must stay through the last day for seniors
  • S2 electives
    • Students who go on SP will complete an independent project 

CML

  • AP courses
    • All students stay in the class unless they get a letter from their college that they can show to their counselor and/or teacher
    • After AP exam, if they are current and have a C, they can go on full project
  • Non AP classes
    • Students with no cuts and C or better in Q3 are allowed to go on full project

Science

  • AP courses
    • No cuts for Q3 or C or better Q3
    • Must stay in the course until AP exam
    • Students who want to go on full project may do so after the exam
  • Non AP classes
    • No cuts for Q3 or C or better Q3

Visual Arts

  • If a student goes on project, they drop the class. They must inform their colleges prior to doing so. 
  • If the student needs the credits, they have to stay

Family and Consumer Sciences

  • Project Development: Students must present a final summary of the shared text connecting the reading to class experiences and the end of Q3 and earn a passing grade.
  • Marketing: Students must pass a test at the end of Q3 or present an Expert Review and earn a passing grade.
  • Fashion and Merchandising: Students must pass a comprehensive test at the end of Q3 OR complete and present a project
  • Intro to Child Development/Teaching Young Children/Child Lab: Students must demonstrate solid work and effort during Q3
  • Global Marketing + Business Law: Students who choose to go on Senior Project will only receive credit for Q3
  • Child Lab Intensive: Students must pass Q3 and meet all course expectations

 

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